World Cup Qualifying Compact: Luxembourg – Portugal avoid defeat to Belgium and Netherlands

World Cup Qualifying Compact: Luxembourg - Portugal avoid defeat to Belgium and Netherlands

Portugal’s national team fails to qualify for the World Cup: The Portuguese fall to a football dwarf from Luxembourg, but eventually win 3: 1 (1: 1). Liverpool’s Diego Jotta (45th + 2), superstar Cristiano Ronaldo (50th) and Joao Pahlinho (80th) scored a goal from Luxembourg’s Anderson Rodriguez (30th). After the second game, when Cristiano Ronaldo’s winning goal did not stop, the ball was just above the line but the European champions were on their way back to victory. Luxembourg can set up the next excursion after a surprise win over Ireland.


The Norwegian national team also battled again – and above all, BBB star Erling Holland. The 20-year-old Stryker, who was recently criticized in Norway, also failed to score in the Scandinavians’ third qualifying match and performed poorly. Coach Style Solbacan’s team won 1-0 (1-0), while Leipzig ‘s Alexander Charlotte scored the only goal on the scoreboard. After a flat cross from Mohammed Eleona ouci, he had to go inside (35th).

The mood on Tuesday evening was quite different in Belgium and the Netherlands: two EM favorites celebrated clear victories. Belgium beat Belarus 8-0 (4-0). Michi Batshuayi (14), Hans Wanaken (17, 89), Leonardo Trossard (38, 75), Jeremy Doku (42), Dennis Pret (49) and Christian Bentake (70) scored the goals. The Dutch won 7-0 (1-0) in Gibraltar. Steven Berguis (41.), Luke de Jong (55.), Memphis DePay (61., 88.), Giorgino Vijnold (62.), Donnel Malen (64.) and Donnie van de Beek (85.) . Orange, who lost first to Turkey and then to Latvia. “

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Other results of Tuesday evening’s European Championship qualification:

Azerbaijan – Serbia 1: 2 (0: 1)

Cyprus – Slovenia 1: 0 (1: 0)

Croatia – Malta 3: 0 (0: 0)

Slovakia – Russia 2: 1 (1: 0)

Turkey – Latvia 3: 3 (2: 1)

Wales – Czech Republic 1: 0 (0: 0)

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