Yellow-red after throw-in: Switzerland beat Northern Ireland

Yellow-red after throw-in: Switzerland beat Northern Ireland

Switzerland wins Chase Duel match against Northern Ireland in World Cup Qualifying Group C. The most talked about scene was in the 37th minute.

Zachariah congratulates Fosnach on 1-0.
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Along with Froeler, there was only one player in the starting line-up in the Swiss team who was active or inactive in the Bundesliga. Otherwise, the host team’s starting line-up against Northern Ireland had seven current, former Bundesliga players who got off to a great start in the game – enjoying at least a short time after Zachariah’s opening goal. (5th). But after a check by VAR, the hit was later withdrawn as Shakiri was in the keeper’s view and offside. Shakiri later forgave Peacock-Farrell (11th).

Louis looks at the yellow-red with curiosity

Northern Irish played passively, but the hosts didn’t get much of a chance. The Swiss dominated, but lost crucial accuracy in the final three. However, in the 37th minute, referee Slavlo Vinciക്n took the center stage: after giving some warning to guests who had taken too long to implement the standards, Luis was finally warned to play time – because he had a throw-in. Took too long near the center line. Problem: For the 23-year-old Newcastle professional, this was already the second yellow card of the game, which is why he was sent off for yellow and red.

Shortly before the break, it was Suber who rewarded the Swiss player with a renewed impulse to take a 1-0 lead (45th + 3) after a counterattack.

Barrel Knight with late decision

After the break, the hosts worked hard and reduced the guests to half, but Embolo (55th) and Shar (70th) failed, thanks to the Northern Irish-backed Peacock-Farrell, barely free and on the other hand Somer. The side could not cause serious problems. Just before the end (87th) Embolo missed another great opportunity and never made a preliminary decision again. However, this task was taken over by the Joker Fassnach, who scored 2-0 in the final after a counterattack (90 + 1).

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Goals and cards

1: 0Suber (45 ‘)

2: 0Barrel night (90 ‘)

Switzerland

Switzerland

Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland

Referee team

Slavko Vinsik

Slavko Vinsik
Slovenia

Game Info

Thus the Swiss retain all the possibilities for direct entry into the World Cup. They are currently second in Group C, just below three points behind Italy, who are one game ahead. On November 12, the two teams will face off in a head-to-head encounter, before on Tuesday, Switzerland will face Lithuania, the bottom of the league, at home.

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