The European qualifiers on Sunday, March 28, 2021 see England, Denmark, France and Spain in tension soaked encounters won against their opponents.
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Group B: Georgia 1-2 Spain, Kosovo vs Sweden
Group C: Bulgaria vs Italy, Switzerland vs Lithuania
Group D: Kazakhstan 0-2 France, Ukraine vs Finland
Group F: Denmark 8-0 Moldova, Austria vs Faroe Islands, Israel vs Scotland
Group I: Albania 0-2 England, Poland vs Andorra, San Marino vs Hungary
Group J: Armenia 2-0 Iceland, North Macedonia vs Liechtenstein, Romania vs Germany
Kazakhstan 0-2 France
France started with just two of the players who began their opening game against Ukraine, but still won comfortably thanks to Ousmane Dembélé’s early strike and Sergei Maliy’s headed own goal. Outstanding throughout, goalkeeper Aleksandr Mokin saved Kylian Mbappé’s second-half penalty.
Next: Bosnia and Herzegovina vs France (31/03)
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Georgia 1-2 Spain
Dani Olmo’s last-gasp strike gave Spain a dramatic first qualifying win after the visitors had initially fallen behind. Khvicha Kvaratskhelia finished a flowing move just before half-time to put Georgia in front, but Ferran Torres began the comeback by sliding in after the restart.
Next: Spain vs Kosovo (31/03)
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Denmark 8-0 Moldova
Denmark racked up their record win in qualifying for a major tournament thanks to a stellar performance from a largely second-string side. Five goals in 21 first-half minutes did the damage, with Sampdoria’s Mikkel Damsgaard scoring two. Kasper Dolberg also struck twice as Denmark made it two wins from two at the start of a qualifying campaign for the first time since 1996.
Next: Austria vs Denmark (31/03)
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