Nations League Compact: Switzerland lose to DFB Group against Ukraine – Turkey disappointed

Die Ukraine hat ihr Heimspiel gegen die Schweiz gewonnen. Die Türkei um Hakan Calhanoglu enttäuschte gegen Ungarn.

Switzerland got off to a bad start in the Nations League. The German team’s upcoming opponent lost 1: 2 (1: 1) to Ukraine in Lviv on Thursday evening. Former Dortmund Bundesliga players Andrzej Jarmolenko (14) and Alexander Sinchenko (68) scored their goals in the Swiss defeat. Former Frankfurt striker Harris Seferovic scored for Switzerland 1-1 in the 41st minute. Switzerland is Sunday (8.45pm)ZDF) The next opponent of the German team in Group 4 of the league is Basel.

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Russia unexpectedly celebrated a clear opening victory. 2018 World Cup hosts Serbia beat Moscow 3-1 (0-0). Artiോm D’Souba (48th / worst penalty, 81st) and Vyacheslav Karavazhu (69th) scored for coach Stanislav Chersheso’s team. Alexander Mitrovic (78th) won for Serbia. Russia is the first group leader ahead of Hungary.

The amazing bankruptcy of Turkey. Shivs lost 0-1 to third-placed Heweries in the World Cup on Thursday evening. Dominique Soboslai (80th) scored the decisive goal for the team around Leipzig Bundesliga goalkeeper Peter Gulaska. The team around former Bundesliga player Hakan Calhanoglu was severely bankrupt, which was at least equal.

No winners in the battle between Bulgaria and Ireland in Sofia: Shane Duffy secured the points for the guests with a goal in the fourth minute of stoppage time. In the 57th minute, Bossidar Krajev gave the Bulgarians the lead. Wales are Group 4 leaders in League B after a 1-0 (0-0) win over Finland.

Other results:

Slovenia 0-0 Greece

Finland – Wales 0: 1 (0: 0)

Moldova – Kosovo 1: 1 (1: 0)

Faroe Islands – Malta 3: 2 (1: 1)

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Latvia – Andorra 0: 0

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