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The Italians play at home against Lithuania in contrast to the Swiss game with the B-Elf. Acerbi and Bastone play for the center-back duo Chiellini / Bonucci. The storm is also new: Bernadeschi, Raspadori and Kean. And Juve-Kean breaks the spell after 11 minutes. Utkus with an own goal to 2-0, newcomer Raspadori to 3-0. Kean again, 4-0. Everything is clear by the break. In the end it’s 5-0. Mancini’s eleven extend the world record: 37 times in a row without defeat.
The goals: 11. Kean 1: 0, 14. Utkus (Eigentor) 2: 0, 24. Raspadori 3: 0, 29. Kean 4: 0, 54. Di Lorenzo 5: 0
Germany pulls Iceland’s teeth early on. After just 24 minutes and Rüdiger’s 2-0 win, the story in Reykjavik is decided. Iceland lacks the power of attack in the offensive movement. After the tea break, the home team is denied a goal due to an offside position. Instead of the Germans breaking a sweat, they mark the third hit in the person of Sané. The former bogeyman is becoming more and more of a celebrated hero. Our northern neighbors are pulling away in Group J with the sixth win in the seventh game and are already one-legged as a World Cup participant in Qatar. The lead over second-placed Armenia is four points.
The goals: 6. Gnabry 0: 1, 24. Rüdiger 0: 2, 56. Sané 0: 3, 89. Werner 0: 4
Armenia – Liechtenstein 1: 1
Liechtenstein surprises against Armenia. The guests play cheekily and secure the first point of their World Cup qualifying campaign. This is a major setback for Armenia. Nevertheless, they are still in second place in the table. Four points behind Germany and one point ahead of Romania.
The goals: 45. Mchitarjan (P) 0: 1, 80. Frick 1: 1
Northern Macedonia – Romania 0: 0
Spain is doing its homework. Solid, but without additional show elements. Kosovo is getting off to a good start. Milot Rashica, the Norwich City striker, misses two good chances early on in the game. Instead of turning the game upside down, the game takes its predictable course. The quality of the guests is simply too high. Nevertheless, the underdog sniffs a possible sensation until the end. Nothing comes of that, Spain bags the three points and continues to adorn the top of the table. Sweden are four points behind and have played two games less. It remains a close race for direct World Cup qualification.
The goals: 32. Fornals 0: 1, 90. Torres 0: 2
Greece 2-0 Sweden
The goals: 62. Bakasetas 1: 0, 78. Pavlidis 2: 0, 80. Quaison
Of the Swiss trainer Thomas Häberli celebrates the first point win with Estonia. Against Wales and superstar Gareth Bale his team succeeds in a draw. Wales is currently in 3rd place in the table, level on points with the Czech Republic. However, the Welsh have played one game less. Estonia still holds the red lantern.
The goals: 9. Szalai (P) 1: 0, 18. Botka 2: 0, 82. Llovera 2: 1
The first 45 minutes are tough. Both goalkeepers never really have to intervene. The offensive rows try in vain to radiate any danger. A pack formation after the half-time whistle is one of the most spectacular. England are up the pace and are unlucky. A shot from the post prevents the opening goal. Kane does it better a little later and decides the striker duel against Lewandowski for himself. The home team strikes back in the last second. Not Lewandowski but Swiderski shocked the guests. The English remain undefeated in the World Cup qualifiers, but are giving up points for the first time. Nevertheless, they continue to lead Group I by four points. Poland ranks third, one point behind Albania.
The goals: 72. Kane 0: 1, 90. Swiderski 1: 1
Albania – San Marino 5: 0
The goals: 32. Manaj 1: 0, 58. Laci 2: 0, 61. Numbers 3: 0, 68. Hisaj 4: 0, 80. Uzuni 5: 0