Switzerland put pressure on Italy, beat Northern Ireland 2-0

Switzerland put pressure on Italy, beat Northern Ireland 2-0

He wins the match against Ireland and completes the mission for Switzerland and goes one point down from Italy to -3 points. Goals have the signatures of Zubair and Faznach, but the Irish’s deficit could be even heavier, forcing them to play from 10 to 30 in the first half. Switzerland’s next match is against Lithuania.

Switzerland laid the first bricks for Italy tonight in Group C to qualify for the 2022 World Cup. 2-0 win over Ireland The Swiss resume at 11, playing five games, just three points from the Azzurri, first in the 14th, but with one more match. To smile at Italy, now the only goal difference is its advantage (+5 against +11) but Switzerland’s next match is behind Lithuania – if there is a goal – more pressure on Italy in the face of a direct match on 12 November.

Switzerland started very strongly against Northern Ireland and soon found it The goal of the gain was then blocked by a millimeter offside via VAR. But the Swiss did not give up and control the entire first half. The goal is not only to win, but to achieve the desired result to sustain the progress of the Italian leaders, and to do so with as many goals as possible.

Shakiri, Embolo and his teammates believe in it and the match Irish national team is trying to stay in the game as best they can. Despite losing precious minutes, at 36, Louis, who finished prematurely in the locker room, came at a high cost. Referee Vinci does not accept spending too much time To take a simple throw-in and thus extract a second card from the Irish player.

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With Northern Ireland reduced to 10, the game is simpler for Switzerland: pressure is a must In the 48th over of the first half, Subar found his way to victory. Embolo’s clever escape ball and chain to cut the opponent’s defense in two, the best for the teammate and the unstoppable low shot for Peacock-Farrell. A few seconds before the break. The best viatikam for a recovery left on the Swiss tracks.

Countless Ireland deserve to stay in the game until the end, with the excellent saves of Peacock-Farrell and the celebration of the Swiss national team’s failed goal. So, even though the long-awaited Goliath did not arrive Fasnach’s final score of 90 was 2-0

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