DFB-Elf strong in Turkey - EURO Qualifiers - News 2

DFB-Elf strong in Turkey – EURO Qualifiers – News

GROUP C

Germany – Estonia 8: 0
The DFB-Elf shone in Mainz with enthusiasm and was already at the break 5-0 ahead. Marco Reus opened the scoring after a magnificent move. Serge Gnabry, Leon Goretzka, İlkay Gündoğan (penalty), again Reus, Gnabry, the replacements of Timo Werner and Leroy Sané assured the German victory.

Belarus – Northern Ireland 0: 1
The Northern Irish remain in a more league leading match in front of Germany. Paddy McNair scored the winning goal in the 86th minute.

GROUP E

Hungary – Wales 1: 0
Máté Pátkai scored the goal of the evening ten minutes before the end.

Azerbaijan – Slovakia 1: 5
Marek Hamšík, who has two wins, is now Slovakia's new record holder with 24 goals. Stanislav Lobotka put the guests in the lead early. After Juraj Kucka's second goal, Ramil Sheydaev took over the first goal before Hamšík struck twice. The last point was provided by Dávid Hancko.

GROUP H

Iceland – Turkey 2: 1
Ragnar Sigurdsson, who succeeded after two standard situations at the head, was the evening man. Dorukhan Toköz had only managed the goal of the match just before the break.

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Andorra – France 0: 4
After the bankruptcy in Turkey, France has returned to success. Three players scored their first international goal. Wissam Ben Yedder, Florian Thauvin and Kurt Zouma were successful after Kylian Mbappé took the lead.

Albania – Moldova 2: 0
Sokol Çikalleshi and Ylber Ramadani met for Albania.

GROUP I

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Belgium – Scotland 3: 0
Belgium celebrated its fourth victory in the fourth match. Romelu Lukaku gave the advantage to the local team 2-0, ahead of Kevin De Bruyne.

Russian – types 1: 0
Aleksei Ionov scored the only goal after 38 minutes.

Kazakhstan – San Marino 4: 0
After the home win against Scotland, Kazakhstan celebrated its second trio. Islambek Kuat took the lead just before half-time. Maxim Fedin, Gafurzhan Suyumbayev and Bauyrzhan Islamkhan scored three goals in the second half.

GROUP J

Italy – Bosnia and Herzegovina 2: 1
After the order book, Italy celebrated its fourth victory. Edin Džeko puts the guests in front, before Lorenzo Insigne flew straight after the break, the equalizer was successful. Marco Verratti scored the winner just before the end.

Greece – Armenia 2: 3
Armenia celebrated a memorable victory, beating the Greeks in third place. Aleksandre Karapetian scored the goal after curling the goalkeeper. Gevorg Ghazaryan increased the score to 2: 0. Although Zeca was able to shorten, Tigran Barseghyan restored the old distance soon after. Kostas Fortoun became a beautiful solo shortly before the end, but more was not enough for the hosts.

Liechtenstein – Finland 0: 2
Goalkeeper Teemu Pukki put the visitors ahead before the break, Benjamin Källman scored in the second half.