WM 2022 – Saturday Qualifier: Holland Cool, France Stumble – Football International

WM 2022 - Saturday Qualifier: Holland Cool, France Stumble - Football International

There was a World Cup qualifier on Saturday too!

Holland wins with Norway, Holland clearly wins and France stumbles.

Group G: Latvia 0-2 Norway

An iceberg opens Holland Norway’s victory!

In Group G, Dortmund’s super striker Erling Holland (21) scored 1-0 (20) on penalties, while the Norwegians beat Latvia 2-0. Eleanor made it clear with a 2-0 (66th) for the Norwegians.

In Group G, the Norwegians climbed to third place.

Group G: Netherlands 4-0 Montenegro

Holland manages Montenegro!

New Barcelona striker Memphis Depay (27) scored 1-0 (38) from the penalty spot in the first half to level the score at 2-0 in the 62nd minute. PSG player Giorgino Vijnold (70th) and Cody Gacpo from PSV Einhoven scored other goals in his home game (76th).

“Orange” remains first in Group G.

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Brfreiend: FC Barcelona ‘s Memphis join Depe Montenegro

Photo: Maurice van Stein / AFP

Group D: Ukraine 1-1 France

World champion France has a tough time against Ukraine!

France and EM quarter-finalists split in Group D of Ukraine 1: 1. France fell behind: just before half-time, Ukraine’s Mykola Shaparenko (22) scored 1-0 (44), while Man United’s Anthony Marshall (25) scored 1: 1 in the 50th minute.

PSG superstar Kylian Mbabane (22) has been ruled out with a hamstring injury. Despite the draw, France remain top of Group D, behind Ukraine and third-placed Finland. Finland won 1-0 against Kazakhstan.

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Great fun: Mykola Shaparenko 1-0 for Ukraine

Great joy: Mykola Shaparenko reached 1-0 for Ukraine

Photo: GENYA SAVILOV / AFP

More results

Group A: Serbia – Luxembourg 4: 1

Group A: Ireland 1-1 Azerbaijan

Group D: Finland 1-0 Kazakhstan

Group F: Israel 5-2 Austria

Group F: Scotland 1-0 Moldova

Group F: Faroe Islands 0-1 Denmark

Group G: Gibraltar 0-3 Turkey

Group H: Slovakia 0-1 Croatia

Group H: Slovenia 1-0 Malta

Group H: Cyprus 0-2 Russia

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