World Cup Qualification: Hungary Defeats, England Celebrate Run-Away Victory – Football

World Cup Qualification: Hungary Defeats, England Celebrate Run-Away Victory - Football

Punishment is needed …

Nothing works for the Hungarian national team without fans! They only lost 1-0 to Albania.

Due to racial defeats and the great behavior of the fans, the ranks had to remain empty. Fans will not be allowed in the next World Cup qualifier either.

Leipzig keeper Peter Gulasi is still level with the parade against Mirto Usuni. Armando Broja scored the golden goal in the 80th minute. This means that qualifying for the World Cup is a long way off. The Hungarians remain in fourth place, but five points behind second-placed Albania.

Beloved ones are not naked

There was a possibility of enough stumbling, but all the favorites remained calm!

England easily won 5-0 in Andorra, while English fans enjoyed the summer heat and Andorran beer. Meet Ben Chilwell, Buccaneer Saka, Tommy Abraham, James Ward-Prouse and Jack Greilish.

Despite a shaky start, Austria won 2-0 in the Faroe Islands. Leipzig’s Conrad Limer and Bayern professional Marcel Sabitzer ensure the winning goal.

In Poland, substitute Bayern superstar Robert Lewandowski has no hit after 66 minutes. They have a 5-0 win over football dwarf San Marino.

Zoom in

Great game, great weather, great drinks: England fans had many reasons to rejoice

Photo: Getty Images

Strange scene in Switzerland

The strange moment came in the game between Switzerland and Northern Ireland. Northern Irishman Jamal Lewis was sent off in the 37th minute for a tactical error in the Gladbach Brill embolo.

Last minute madness

Scotland and Greece won with two late goals!

Greece won a 90th-minute penalty in the 90th minute against former Georgia coach Willie Sagnol. There was even a second goal during the stoppage.

The Scots did as the Greeks did against Israel. United professional Scott McTomine threw the ball very close in the 94th minute. Now in second place is Scott’s big win with a four-point lead.

Insane scenes in front of the stadium
This is where Newcastle fans celebrate Sheikh’s takeover

Source: Twitter / Josh Holiday


Group A:
Azerbaijan 0-3 Ireland
Luxembourg – Serbia 0: 1

Group B:
Georgia 0-2 Greece
Sweden 3-0 Kosovo

Group C:
Lithuania – Bulgaria 3-1
Switzerland – Northern Ireland 2-0

Group D:
Kazakhstan 0-2 Bosnia-Herzegovina
Finland 1-2 Ukraine

Group F:
Scotland 3-2 Ireland
Faroe Islands 0-2 Austria
Moldova 0-4 Denmark

Group I:
Andorra – England 0: 5
Hungary 0-1 Albania
Poland – San Marino 5: 0

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