Night to Saturday won both Casemiro And Facundo Pellistri In the World Cup qualifiers in South America, and on Saturday evening, two matches were held in the European Championship qualifiers with United players on the field.
Ukraine 1-1 (1-1) England
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England have won all four of their matches so far in Group C of the European Championship qualifiers, but on a bad day they lost a point to Ukraine (in a match played in Wroclaw).
Harry Maguire He performed well for England and has renewed confidence here, in goal with Crystal Palace’s Mark Guehi.
In the 26th minute, Ukraine took the lead in Wroclaw (where the match was being held) after a wonderful attack that was blocked by Zinchenko. In the 41st minute, Kyle Walker equalized for England with his first goal with the national team.
Maguire had a chance in the 51st minute, but he did not advance enough over the ball, so the ball went wide of the goal. In the 72nd minute, he headed a ball into the goal after a corner kick, but the header went directly to the goalkeeper.
Marcus Rashford He started the match on the bench, but came on in the 65th minute.
Five minutes before the end of the match, Maguire received a yellow card after a clash with the goalkeeper following a free kick taken by Rashford, causing some panic in the home team’s defence.
Estonia 0-5 (0-3) Sweden
The match is broadcast on TV 2 Sport 1 (Norway), TV2 Play (Denmark) and TV6 (Sweden).
Austria and Belgium are Sweden’s main rivals in Group F, and they have already lost to both, so it was not a good start to qualifying for the European Championship.
However, the distance to the top is not completely impossible, but in any case there must be a win in a match like this. When you lose points, it seems very difficult.
National team captain Victor Lindelof It starts as expected for Sweden.
His almost namesake Victor Gjukeres sent Sweden ahead in the 18th minute of the match, and in the 24th minute Dejan Kulusevski doubled the lead. Alexander Isak scored in the 39th minute, after wasting several chances before that.
Robin Cuisson made it 4-0 a quarter of an hour before the end, before Viktor Claesson scored Sweden’s fifth goal in extra time.
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