Easy Play-off Compact: Former Hoffenheim Sigurdsson leads Iceland to final – DFB opponents in preliminary round?

Der Ex-Hoffenheimer Gylfi Sigurdsson führte die Nationalmannschaft Islands zum 2:1-Sieg über Rumänien.

Group A (Bulgaria 1-3 Hungary, Iceland 2-1 Romania)

Germany will face Iceland or co-hosts Hungary in the group stage of the European Championship next year. Both countries reached the play-off final on Thursday evening and the winner gets a ticket to the final round, which has been postponed to next year. Iceland, who reached the quarter-finals of the 2016 European Championship in the semi-finals, won 2-1 (2-0) against Romania thanks to two goals from former Hoffenheim’s Gylfi Sigurdsson. Hungary beat Bulgaria 3-1 (1-0) in 2021 in two group matches in Budapest. The play-off finals of both the selection teams will be held on November 12. After qualifying and drawing for the regular European Championships, Portugal and France set the German group opponents. The DFB selection will be played in the preliminary round at the Alliance Arena in Munich.


Group D (Georgia 1-0 Belarus, North Macedonia 2-1 Kosovo)

The first finalist for the playoffs crystallized with Georgia early in the morning. Eastern Europeans beat Torneik Okriashvili (seventh) 1-0 against Belarus. In the second match, North Macedonia held on 2-1 against Kosovo. For North Macedonians, Kosovar Benjamin Cololi (16) and Darko Velkoski (33) equalized while Florent Hederjonaj equalized (29).

In groups B (Bosnia-Herzegovina – Northern Ireland regularly played 1: 1 / Slovakia – Ireland 0: 0), C (Norway – Serbia 1: 1 / Scotland – Israel 0: 0) both games went into overtime. The striker should also shake Earling Holland From Borussia Dortmund, Norway lost early in the first 90 minutes. Matthias Norman (82nd) ​​equalized after the Norwegian goal was 1: 1 Superstar Serge Milinkovic-Savic The guests were brought to the front.

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