(Denmark-Austria 1-0) The Danes were stabbed and stabbed against Austrian Daniel Bachmann, until wing rabbit and Duracell Joakim Mæhle (24) made the trip in Austria’s chest.
The Atalanta defender, who dazzled greatly during this summer’s European Championship, put the ball behind the Watford goalkeeper and Barkin completely out of the hinges, knowing that the goal would send the Danes to the World Cup in Qatar, regardless of other results.
The jubilation was suspended due to the VAR check, but the result remained, Kasper Hjolmand’s men won the match and thus went on to Germany in the World Cup. Aside from host country Qatar, Germany and Denmark are the only two countries that are already preparing for the upcoming World Championships.
– It means a lot. It wasn’t pretty today, but the most important thing is that we won. This is one of the coolest fights in a long time. Now we’ll celebrate, match winner Mæhle tells Channel 5 according to Extra Bladet.
“We’re red, we’re white” roared over the park in overtime as flags waved. When the last signal went, there was tremendous encouragement among the Danish players, fans and coaches. The Danes’ success coach, Kasper Hjolmand, raised his arms in the air and clenched his fists.
Danes Set a record in previous qualifiers against MoldovaOnly records will be smashed. After the victory over Austria, they stand with 27 goals and 8 matches, giving an average goal of 3.3 (!) goals per game. In addition, they kept a clean sheet for the eighth time in Group F. The Red Devils and Whites did not conceded any goal in the World Cup qualifiers.
Denmark is the only country that has no goals against it in the qualifiers. Now there are only two charming stages left for Denmark in this qualification.
– Every game was a pleasure. It’s a unique thing we’ve created, and we can be very proud of that,” said midfielder Thomas Delaney according to Extra Bladet.
before the match The Danes honored with the Fair Play Award “Fair Play World Cup” After dealing with Christian Eriksen’s tightness during this summer’s EC.
Group leaders Scotland struggled for a long time to score a goal against the Faroe Islands, but after 86 minutes of play, Lyndon Dykes hit the ball home. However, the victory of the Scots has no effect on the Danish side: with two World Cup qualifiers remaining, the Danes have a seven-point lead over Scotland, who can at best secure a place in the playoffs.
Sweden at the top
Like Denmark, Sweden had a jubilant night on Tuesday: Greece were defeated 2-0 at Friends Arena, and so Sweden overtook Spain and finished first in Group B. The Swedes now have a two-point lead over the Spaniards with two qualifying matches left.
Sweden has Georgia away in its next match while Spain plays away against Greece. If both teams do the job there, a great final between the two teams awaits on Spanish lawn on November 14.
In the win that sent Sweden top of the group, Emil Forsberg and Alexander Isak scored the goals.
ronaldo hat trick
Cristiano Ronaldo, the player with the most goals ever in international football, gave Portugal 1 and 2-0 before playing the quarter-final in Portugal’s match against Luxembourg. Both goals came from a penalty kick.
Bruno Fernandez arranged 3-0 before the break, before the same man sent Balinha 4-0. Just before time was up, Cristiano Ronaldo capped another good night for Portugal by completing a hat-trick, this time with a header.
The Manchester United star now has an incredible 115 goals for the national team.
Unfortunately for Portugal, Serbia got the three points against Azerbaijan. Thus, Portugal is still second in Group A. There could also be a great final when Serbia and Portugal meet on November 14.
Other results from Tuesday’s World Cup qualifiers include:
Kazakhstan and Finland 0-2
Serbia and Azerbaijan 3-1
Kosovo and Georgia 1-2
Lithuania – Switzerland 0-4
Bulgaria and Northern Ireland 2-1
Ukraine, Bosnia and Herzegovina 1–1
Israel and Moldova 2-1
San Marino Andorra 0-3
Albania and Poland 0-1
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