World Cup qualification: Hungary messes up in the penalty game – England, Poland and Austria sovereign – football

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Punishment is needed …

Nothing works for the Hungarian national team without fans! There was only one bitter 1-0 defeat against Albania.

Because of racist failures and massive misconduct by fans, the ranks had to remain empty. No fans are allowed in the next World Cup qualifying match either.

Leipzig keeper Peter Gulacsi still holds the tie with a parade against Myrto Uzuni. In the 80th minute Armando Broja scored the golden goal. This means that qualifying for the World Cup is a long way off. The Hungarians remain in fourth place, but are already five points behind the second-placed Albania.

The favorites are not naked

There was enough stumble potential, but all favorites stayed cool!

England easily wins 5-0 in Andorra, while English fans enjoy the summer temperatures and the Andorran beer. Meet Ben Chilwell, Bukayo Saka, Tammy Abraham, James Ward-Prowse and Jack Grealish.

Despite a shaky start, Austria won 2-0 on the Faroe Islands. The Leipzig Konrad Laimer and Bayern professional Marcel Sabitzer ensure the winning goal.

In Poland, Bayern superstar Robert Lewandowski, who is substituted after 66 minutes, does not have a hit. Against football dwarf San Marino there is a 5-0.

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Strange scene in Switzerland

The strangest moment came in the game between Switzerland and Northern Ireland. The Northern Irishman Jamal Lewis was sent off with yellow-red in the 37th minute because he took too long for a throw-in. He got his first yellow card for a tactical foul on the Gladbach Breel Embolo.

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Last minute madness

Scotland and Greece bagged their victories with two late goals!

Greece won against the Georgian national team, which is coached by ex-Bayern star Willi Sagnol, with a last-minute penalty in the 90th minute. In stoppage time there was even the second goal.

The Scots did the same as the Greeks against Israel. United professional Scott McTominay buxed the ball over the line from very close range in the 94th minute. An enormously important victory for the Scots, who now have a four point lead in second place.

The results

Group a:
Azerbaijan 0-3 Ireland
Luxembourg – Serbia 0: 1

Group B:
Georgia 0-2 Greece
Sweden 3-0 Kosovo

Group C:
Lithuania – Bulgaria 3-1
Switzerland – Northern Ireland 2-0

Group D:
Kazakhstan 0-2 Bosnia-Herzegovina
Finland 1-2 Ukraine

Group F:
Scotland 3-2 Ireland
Faroe Islands 0-2 Austria
Moldova 0-4 Denmark

Group I:
Andorra – England 0:5
Hungary 0-1 Albania
Polen – San Marino 5: 0


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