Humble Bulgaria gave European champions Italy a good start in the European qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup, beating them 1-1 at home. With a 2-1 win.
England beat Hungary 4-0, Germany beat Liechtenstein 2-0.
Florence, at the Artemio Franசிois Stadium, Italy disappointed, and were satisfied with the draw with Bulgaria, last participating in the 1994 World Cup final, finishing fourth.
In the first three matches of this qualifying round, Italy beat Northern Ireland 2-0, Bulgaria in Sofia, Barma and Lithuania in Vilnius, 2-0.
Juventus striker Enrico Cesa opened the scoring for the European champions with a creepy left foot shot 16 minutes later, but Bulgaria equalized in the 39th minute through Adanas Ilyev.
Despite being in complete control of the Italian team, especially in the second half, he was unable to get out of the match with three points and was the first appearance for the Italian team after winning the title on July 11. UK spending on fines.
But despite the disappointment of the draw, Italy increased its tally to 35 without losing a match, equaling the longest line in its history, set by Spain and Brazil.
Italy coach Roberto Mancini said of his team’s decision, “We had to be very effective towards the goal. This is football. “
Sweden suffered a moral blow to Spain’s hopes of reaching the 2022 World Cup final, having lost 2-1 in the second leg.
Sweden have won the full title with 9 points so far, having won all three of their matches, Spain have 7 points, and have played more matches, and Spain’s first defeat in a World Cup qualifier since 1993 against Denmark, 0-1
The top teams in their group advance directly to the World Final, while the runners-up in each of the ten groups play in the play-offs, with two qualifying teams from the Nations League settling the remaining three cards for the final. “The Old Continent”.
The start of the match came quickly from both sides, and the Spaniards scored by Carlos Solar 45 minutes later, but the spectators did not enjoy the lead as much as Sweden’s young striker Alexander Isaac responded in the next minute, before Victor Glassen scored a goal to end the hosts’ favor before the decision was made. Win in the 57th minute after a great pass.
The result is somewhat surprising after the exciting journey of Spanish coach Los Enrique Battalion to the European Cup, where his team advanced to the semifinals, relying on a mix of experienced players and youth elements in the “La Rose” line-up.
Spain should wake up from this dilemma when hosting Georgia on Sunday before facing Kosovo on Wednesday.
England have been on full score since the start of the qualifiers, beating Hungary by four goals in Budapest and taking a giant step towards reaching the 2022 World Cup final.
The “Three Lions” took the lead with 12 points from 4 matches with a “full score”, 5 points ahead of second Poland, which crushed Albania 4-1, while Hungary’s draw was third.
The first half ended in a disappointing negative draw for England, which was very active and missed several chances, especially as striker Harry Kane started the second half after Kyle Walker’s pass. Peter Kulachki was saved.
The England team found the perfect opportunity to open the scoring after Jack Grilish started a cross game from Mason Mount and from him to Raheem Sterling. Manchester City striker’s 18th goal in 69 internationals.
Kane quickly left his scoreboard after a header from the penalty spot, with Todd scoring Sterling’s cross, passing the decisive balls, elevating the Tottenham striker to 39 goals, a goal more than fifth-placed Michael Owen.
The Hungarian defense rises from the second inning, after receiving a third after Luke Shaw’s corner kick, after a header from Harry Maguire.
A series of goals were consistently lost in exchange for goalkeeper Gulac’s ability to tackle Sterling and Kane, before league goalkeeper Jack Greelish made a mistake before evaluating a shot by Declan Rice after an avoidance break. Shake the ball and net with his hand.
And the German national team started the era of its new coach Hansie Flick with a moderate victory over Liechtenstein 2-0 in the fourth round of the Tenth Group match.
Germany advanced to second place in the group with 9 points, one point ahead of leaders Armenia, which negatively combined with its host North Macedonia, now third with 7 points. While Romania increased its score to fourth by 6 points, after a second win in the qualifying round, it lost to its host Iceland, with two clean goals.
Despite the two goals scored by Timo Werner in the 41st minute and Leroy Sane in the 77th minute, the Manschaft team was not much convinced.
Joachim Lowe, in place of Flick, last oversaw “Manchaft” in the European Cup final, where he was eliminated in the second round at the hands of England.
It was not difficult for Belgium to beat Estonia 5-2, with its highest scorer, Romelu Lukaku, its best scorer after raising 99 points to 66 in its history.
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