On Tuesday, six United players featured for their national teams.
Marcus Rashford, Harry Maguire, Christian Eriksen, Rasmus Hoglund, Jonny Evans and Scott McTominay have all started for their national teams, with Evans and McTominay captaining Northern Ireland and Scotland respectively.
Marcus Rashford And Rasmus Hoglund They return to Manchester with a goal in the bag after each scoring on Tuesday.
Rashford after a brilliant raid from the left and inside the field when he gave the 2-1 lead against Italy. England eventually won 3-1 and can already book tickets for the European Championship in Germany in the summer of 2024.
Hoglund also scored when he put Denmark ahead against San Marino at the end of the first half. Denmark then dropped the match to 1-1, but eventually won 2-1.
England 3-1 Italy
Marcus Rashford And Harry Maguire He played the entire match for England.
77 minutes. Goal! Harry Kane during the match for England. He does everything himself, shows his qualities and makes it 3-1 alone with Donnarumma.
57 minutes. Goal! Marcus Rashford shows his best! He takes the ball from the left side and enters the field as quickly as he can. He drags himself from the left into the penalty area before shooting the ball powerfully into the far corner.
46 minutes. The second half is underway.
31 minutes. Goal! Harry Kane saved from the penalty spot and made it 1-1.
28 minutes. punish. Bellingham scores and England gets a penalty kick.
15 minutes. Goal! Italy is ahead against the run of play. Di Lorenzo cuts the ball from the right side after a counterattack. There is a miscount inside the penalty area in favor of England and the ball ends with Scamacca, who shoots the ball away into the roof of the net from five metres.
12 minutes. Rashford takes a free kick from 25 meters. Hugging in the usual way, but the shot just ended.
1 minute. The battle continues!
Northern Ireland 0-1 Slovenia
Johnny Evans He led the Northern Ireland national team when they narrowly lost at home to Slovenia. The Northern Irish therefore remain in fifth place in the group and are all set to qualify for the tournament.
Evans was also shown a yellow card before full-time.
San Marino 1-2 Denmark
Christian Eriksen And Rasmus Hoglund Both played from the start away against San Marino. The task may be more difficult than expected for the Danish boys.
Rasmus Hoglund gave Denmark the lead with a shot from the left side of the penalty area just before half-time, but in the second half San Marino equalized for their first goal in a competitive international match in almost two years. They might also have been looking to get their first point in the qualifiers, but with twenty minutes to go, the Danes scored another goal and made San Marino’s points dream still a dream. Denmark is approaching the European Championship matches.
France 4-1 Scotland
Scott McTominay He captained Scotland as they met France in a friendly match. There, it was Scotland who expected some very small numbers, even after taking a 1-0 lead. The French responded strongly and eventually won 4-1.
Italy U21 2-0 Norway U21
Isak Hansen-Aarøen played the entire match for Norway U21 and lost the ball before Italy’s first goal. Other than that, the United youngster had a good shooting chance which was also Norway’s biggest chance of the match.
65 minutes. Great opportunity for Isaac. Isak Hansen-Aarøen receives the ball in space and finds space to shoot. She shoots from 20 meters away and hits the Italian player before hitting the post.
46 minutes. Goal. Italy doubles the score. Francesco Esposito simply takes advantage of the marking play and takes a 2-0 lead.
25 minutes. Goal. Hansen Arwen plays the ball wide in their own half and Norway are punished severely. Tommaso Baldanza receives the ball and scores the first goal of the match.
1 minute. The battle continues
Japan 2-0 Tunisia
Hannibal Mayberry He sat the entire match on the bench for Tunisia in the training match away to Japan. In Japan, the home team was clearly the better team and deservedly won 2-0.
Sufyan Amrabat He was not in Morocco’s squad against Liberia.
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