Sabitzer won the duel for United, and Ronaldo saved Portugal

Sabitzer won the duel for United, and Ronaldo saved Portugal

And on Tuesday evening, international matches were held, with the participation of eight players from United.

Among other things, we had one “Duel United” there Marcel Sabitzer Austria emerged victorious from the match against them Victor LindelofAnd Anthony Elanga and Sweden.

Bruno Fernandez And Diogo Dalot They both also started for Portugal, who may finally celebrate victory over Iceland after a late goal from Cristiano Ronaldo.

Austria 1-0 (0-0) Sweden

Goal: 1-0 Christoph Baumgartner (81), 2-0 Christoph Baumgartner (89)

Austria, Sweden and Belgium are among the teams battling it out for the top two spots in Group F, and it’s clear then that tonight’s match between the two former sides was very important.

There, Austria ended up picking up all three points, after two goals from Christoph Baumgartner near the end of the match.

Victor Lindelof played the match from the start for Sweden, while Marcel Sabitzer came on in the 59th minute, thus playing a part in Austria’s victory, although he was not involved in any of the goals.

Anthony Elanga also got a few minutes as a full-time substitute.

As for Austria, the victory guarantees it standing with 10 points after four matches, while Sweden stands with 4 points after three matches.

Tough start to qualifying: Sweden have one win and two losses in qualifying so far.
He lives:


89: Target! Austria doubles lead and may decide the match! Olsen is only good when he saves the first try from Michael Gregoric, but the ball ends up being headed home by Baumgartner in the second.

87: Anthony Elanga comes on for Dejan Kulusevski.

81: Target! There he sat down for Austria. Christoph Baumgartner is first on the rebound and puts the ball into the open cage.

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72: Austria will have another good chance. Florian Grealich shoots towards the right corner, But as always this evening, Olsen is on the way.

59: Marcel Sabitzer comes in for Patrick Weimer.

48: Olsen picks up where he left off in the first half. He went down first and blocked Michael Gregoric’s attempt with a header, before stopping substitute Wooper who played on his own at an angle.

46: The second half begins.


45 + 1: Now Robin Olsen is the reason why Austria is not in the top spot! The ball ends with Xavier Schlager after a corner kick shoots a missile towards the goal. However, Olsen quickly goes down and dodges.

41: Robin Olsen made a good save on a subsequent corner kick, before playing again two minutes later. Then he makes himself big when he manages to stop Junior Adamo’s 3-metre finish. He stops the shot with his face, lies on the ground for a while, but returns. Adamus was also an offside, so the goal would never have held up.

38: Patrick Wimmer loads the cannon from 20 meters out and hits well towards the left corner. However, Robin Olsen is on the score sheet and kicks the ball into the corner.

12: Sweden asks for a red card when STevan Bosch catches Alexander Isaacs on his way alone. It ends in yellow.

10: Great opportunity for Lindelöf! He meets a corner at the first post and heads the ball hard towards the goal. However, he goes straight to Alexander Schlager in the cage of Austria who beats him.

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1: The match begins.

Iceland 0-1 (0-0) Portugal

Goal: Cristiano Ronaldo (89)

12 points, aggregate and 14-0 in goal difference is the score so far for a Portugal team who couldn’t get off to a much better start in the EC Qualifiers.

On Tuesday, they won 1-0 against Ge Hareides Island, after a goal from Cristiano Ronaldo in the 89th minute.

Bruno Fernandes and Diogo Dalot started for the Portuguese, with the latter playing all the minutes, while Fernandes got 84 minutes on the field.

Iceland Willum Willumson also received his second yellow card and thus a red ten minutes before kick-off, making working conditions somewhat easier for Portugal in the final minutes.

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Right from the start: Diogo Dalot was given a chance from the start for Portugal with Bruno Fernandes.

Brazil 2-4 (1-1) Senegal

Goal: 1-0 Lucas Paqueta (11), 1-1 Habib Diallo (22), 1-2 Marquinhos – his goal (52), 1-3 Sadio Mane (55), 2-3 Marquinhos (58), 2-4 Sadio Mane (90 + 7).

It was a game rich in goals when Brazil eventually lost 2-4 in an international match, especially against Senegal.

Casemiro And Alex Telles Both started off the bench, but the latter was brought on for just over a quarter of an hour.

It was reported by Brazilian media before the match that Casemiro was suffering from a knee injury, which in this case was likely the reason he didn’t play.

Algeria 1-1 (1-1) Tunisia

Goal: 0-1 Montaser Al Talbi (14), 1-1 Riyad Mahrez (38 years old).

Hannibal Mayberry He played 77 minutes for Tunisia in Tuesday’s special international match against Algeria, which ended in a 1-1 draw.

Montaser Talbi put Tunisia ahead after fifteen minutes before Manchester City’s Riyad Mahrez equalized in the 38th minute.

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From 20.45: Scotland 1-0 Georgia (match delayed for a long time due to heavy rain)

Goal: Callum McGregor (6).

group on Saturday Scott McTominay Scotland put themselves in an impressive position in Group A as they turned around to beat Norway and secure their third win in as many attempts so far in the qualifiers.

On Tuesday, Georgia came to visit, having earlier in the qualifiers beat Cyprus and played a draw with Norway.

Six minutes into the game, Callum McGregor sent the Scots ahead, a few minutes earlier the game had been postponed for over an hour due to the pitch being hit by torrential rain.

The game eventually restarted, but since it wasn’t over after midnight we wouldn’t have an update on the final result until Wednesday morning.

However, the halftime score was 1-0.

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