Even the performances in the League of Nations have recently shown the development of football, players and the Luxembourg team, but in 2021 the news will be that the Republic of Ireland will lose at home to the small nation of Central. Europe.
This Saturday, the Group A qualifier for the 2022 World Cup – Portugal – gave Luxembourgers a 1-0 victory (Gerson Rodriguez’s goal, 86), only the sixth qualifying victory for the World Cup. .
The result, with the goal of a player born in Prague, gave the players in Luxembourg, Dublin a “tough party” and, next Tuesday, Luxembourg-Portugal, surprisingly, will have group leadership in the game. .
Of the remaining groups, G remains the most theoretically balanced, in which the Netherlands and Norway have already stumbled and, like Turkey and Montenegro, remain undefeated.
The Turks won again this Saturday, beating the Scandinavians 3-0 in Malaga (change of stage due to flight restrictions), Tufan (4 ‘, 59’) and Soyunu (28 ‘).
Earling Holland’s presence in the Norwegian invasion was not enough to stop Turkey, and Montenegro’s company was first in the group. As expected from the Netherlands’ victory over Latvia, the Balkans beat Gibraltar 4-1 in the expected result – a 2-0 victory over Berguis (32 ‘) and Luke de Jong (69’).
Finally, watch out for some amazing draws. Strong Belgium failed to face the home team of the Czech Republic and were knocked out of Prague by a 1-1 draw (Provod and Lukaku scored), allowing Slovakia to take away important points.
The two-goal draw at Trincomalee left H confused, as only Russia (2-1 against Slovenia and D’Souba’s Encore) won the game. Russia’s main rivals Slovenia, Croatia and Slovakia have already stumbled in this qualification.