Denmark is also already guaranteed in the Qatar Cup / 2022 – Prisma

A vibração dos daneses, já no Qatar/2022

Now for the straight home. Thanks to their victory, on Monday, October 11, against North Macedonia in Skopje, in the home of the opponents, Germany became the first country, along with the host country, to secure its place in the Qatar Cup 2022, the 22nd in history. This Tuesday, the twelfth, but in its fields, by beating Austria 1-0, Denmark also secured themselves in the competition, eight wins in eight matches.

Europe is entitled to 13 seats in the cup. The Ten Keys Ten Leaders will automatically qualify for the Preliminaries. And now, in the final stage, on a very steep slope, of the 55 teams that make up UEFA, 20 more are still in the fight for the remaining eight places. Here are all the matches from Tuesday, Monday, as well as the points table for each group, from A to I.


Group A
Azerbaijan, Luxembourg, Portugal, Republic of Ireland, Serbia

Portugal 5 x 0 Luxembourg
Faro / Lully, Algarve Stadium
Referee: Benoit Bastien (France)

Goals: Cristiano Ronaldo/3/2 an inch, Bruno Fernandes, Balinha

Serbia 3 x 1 Azerbaijan
Belgrade, Rajko Mitic Stadium
Referee: Eric Lambrechts (Belgium)

Jules: Vlahovic / 1/2 pence, Tadic / Pen X Makhmudov

October 9 games
Azerbaijan 0 x 3 Republic of Ireland
Jules: Robinson/2, Ogbeni
Luxembourg 0 x 1 Serbia
Target: Vlahovic

Previous matches
1st of September
Luxembourg 2 x 1 Azerbaijan
Portugal 2 x 1 Republic of Ireland

September 4
Republic of Ireland 1 x Azerbaijan 1
Serbia 4 x 1 Luxembourg

September 7 games
Azerbaijan 0 x 3 Portugal
Republic of Ireland 1 x 1 Serbia

group b
Spain, Georgia, Greece, Kosovo, Sweden

Sweden 2 x 0 Greece
Solna, Friends Arena
Referee: Tobias Steller (Germany)

Jules: Forsberg / Pen, Isaacs

Kosovo 1 x 2 Georgia
Pristina, Fazil Fukri Stadium
Referee: Pawel Raczkowski (Poland)

Targets: Muriqi / Pen X Okriashvili, Davitashvili

October 9 games
Georgia 0 x 2 Greece
Targets: Paxitas / Qalam, Belkas
Sweden 3 x 0 Kosovo
Jules: Forsberg / Pen, Isaacs, Quayson

Previous matches
September 2
Georgia 0 x 1 Kosovo
Sweden 2 x 1 Spain

the fifth of september
Kosovo 1 x 1 Greece
Spain 4 x 0 Georgia

September 8
Greece 2 x 1 Sweden
Kosovo 0 x 2 Spain

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group C
Bulgaria, Northern Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Switzerland

Lithuania 0 x 4 Switzerland
Vilnius, LFF . Stadium
Referee: Thiago Martins (Portugal)

Goals: Ambolo/2, Stephen, Javranovic

Bulgaria 2 x 1 Northern Ireland
Sofia, Vasyl Levsky National Stadium
Referee: Alexei Kolpakov (Belarus)

Jules: Nedelev / 2 X Washington

October 9 games
Lithuania 3 x 1 Bulgaria
Targets: Lasickas, Cernich / 2 X Despodov
Switzerland 2 x 0 Northern Ireland
Gols: Zuber, barrel of the night

Previous matches
September 2
Italy 1 x 1 Bulgaria
Lithuania 1 x 4 Northern Ireland

the fifth of september
Bulgaria 1 x 0 Lithuania
Switzerland 0 x 0 Italy

September 8
Italy 5 x 0 Lithuania
Northern Ireland 0 x 0 Switzerland

group d
Bosnia, Kazakhstan, Finland, France, Ukraine

Kazakhstan 0 x 2 Finland
Nur-Sultan, Astana Arena
Referee: Halis Ozkahya (Turkey)

Jules: Bucky/2

Ukraine 1 x 1 Bosnia and Herzegovina
Helsinki, Helsinki Olympic Stadium
Referee: Felix Zuer (Germany)

Goals: Yarmolenko x Ahmetodzic

October 9 games
Kazakhstan 0 x 2 Bosnia and Herzegovina
Targets: Privlejack / 2
Finland 1 x 2 Ukraine
Targets: Boki X Yarmolenko, Yaremchuk

Previous matches
1st of September
Kazakhstan 2 x 2 Ukraine
France 1 x 1 Bosnia and Herzegovina

September 4
Finland 1 x 0 Kazakhstan
Ukraine 1 x 1 France

September 7
Bosnia and Herzegovina 2 x 2 Kazakhstan
France 2 x 0 Finland

GRUPO F
Austria, Denmark, Scotland, Far Orr, Israel, Moldova

Denmark 1 x 0 Austria
Copenhag, Tilia Parken Stadium
Referee: Ivan Kruziak (Slovakia)

Jules: Part

Faroer 0 X 1 Scotland
Torshavn, Torsvilor
Referee: Matej Jug (Slovenia)

Jules: dams

Israel 2 x 1 Moldova
Beersheba, Turner Stadium
Arbitro: Andres Treymanes (Letonia)

Targets: Zahavi, Wasp X Nikolaescu

October 9 games
Scotland 3 x 2 Israel
Jules: J McGinn, Dykes, McTominay X Zahavi, Dabur
Faroer 0 X 2 Austria
Goals: Laimer and Sabitzer
Moldova 0 x 4 Denmark
Goals: Skov Olsen, Kjaer/Kalam, Norgaard, Mihli

Previous matches
1st of September
Denmark 2 x 0 Scotland
Much more than 0 x 4 Israel

Moldova 0 x 2 Austria
September 4
Much more than 0×1 Denmark
Israel 5 x 2 Austria

Scotland 1 x 0 Moldova
September 7
Austria 0 x 1 Scotland
Denmark 5 x 0 Israel
Much more than 2×1 Moldova

The first group
Albania, Andorra, Hungary, England, Poland, San Marino

England 1 x 1 Hungary
Lunder, Wembley Stadium
Referee: Alejandro Hernandez (Spain)

Jules: X Sly Stones/Pen

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Albania 0 x 1 Poland
Tirana, Arena Competary
Referee: Clement Turpin (France)

Jules: Swedersky

San Marino 0 x 3 Andorra
Serravalle, San Marino Olympic Stadium
Arbitro: Khalil Umut Miller (Turkey)

Goals: Pujol, Moreno, Fernandez

October 9 games
Andorra 0 x 5 England
Jules: Chilwell, Saka, Abraham, Ward Urus, Grealish
Hungary 0 × 1 Albania
Target: No.
Poland 5 x 0 San Marino
Jules: Swiderski, Brolli/com, Kedziora, Buksa, Piatek

Previous matches
September 2
Andorra 2 x 0 San Marino
Hungary 0 x 4 England
Poland 4 x 1 Albania

the fifth of september
Albania 1 x 0 Hungary
England 4 x 0 Andorra
San Marino 1 x 7 Poland

September 8
Albania 5 x 0 San Marino
Hungary 2 x 1 Andorra
Poland 1 x 1 England

group E.
Belarus, Belgium, Estonia, Wales, Czech Republic

Games this round

October 11
Belarus 0 x 2 Czech Republic
Jules: Shake, holozyk
Estonia 0 x 1 Wales
Jules: mor

October 8
Czech Republic 2 x 2 Wales
Jules: Basic, Ward / Pen X Ramsey, James
Estonia 2 x 0 Belarus
Jules: Heaven, Genov

GRUPO G
Gibraltar, Latvia, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Turkey

Games this round

October 11
Latvia 1 x 2 Turkey
Targets: Demiral / Kom-X Dorson, Burak Yilmaz / Qalam
Netherlands 6 x 0 Gibraltar
Jules: Van Dyck, Depay/2/1 Ben, Dumfries, Danjuma, Malin
Norway 2 x 0 Montenegro
Target: Alyonosi/2

October 8
Gibraltar 0 X 3 Montenegro
Jules: Marosik, Bisraj/2/1 Ben
Latvia 0 x 1 Netherlands
Jules: Klassen
Turkey 1 x 1 Norway
Jules: Akturoglu X Thorstved

group h
Cyprus, Croatia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Malta, Russia

Games this round

October 11
Croatia 2 x 2 Slovakia
Jules: Kramaric, Modric X Schranz, Harraslin
Chipre 2 X 2 Malta
Targets: Papoulis, Sotiriou X Z. Muscat, Degabriele
Slovenia 1 x 2 Russia
Goals: Ilic x Daviev and Jekia

October 8
Cyprus 0 × 3 Croatia
Goals: Perisic, Guardiol, Levaga
Malta 0 x 4 Slovenia
Goals: Alisic/2, Sporer, Cisco
Russia 1 x 0 Slovakia
Target: Skriniar / con

GRUPO J.
Germany, Armenia, Iceland, Liechtenstein, North Macedonia, Romania

Games this round

October 11
Iceland 4 x 0 Liechtenstein
Jules: S. Thórdarson, A. Gudmundsson/2/2pen, Gudjohnsen
North Macedonia 0 x 4 Germany
Jules: Havertz, Werner/2, Musiala
Romania 1 x 0 Armenia
Target: Mitrita

October 8
Germany 2 x 1 Romania
Goals: Gnabry, Muller x Iannis Hagi
Iceland 1 x 1 Armenia
Jules: Johanesson X Hovhannisyan
Liechtenstein 0 x 4 North Macedonia
Targets: Velkovsky, Alusky / Pen, Nikolov, Chorlinov

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The 10 key winners of the European Qualifiers automatically qualify for the Cup. And how will the other three UEFA vacancies be filled? The 10 runners-up in the brackets will be joined by two other teams from the last Nations League. These twelve will then be divided into two classes or pots. In one, the six highest-scoring contestants will be in the UEFA rankings. On the other hand, the remaining four runners-up and NL runners-up – the best in their given ranking, of course ignored the champions and their runner-up.

A lottery will determine, in sequence, the individual qualifiers for the game, from 24 to 29 March 2022, supplementary duels, until the end of the thirteen performances that will be held in Qatar. Participants from 55 UEFA affiliates, including Gibraltar and the Faroer Islands, the administrative branches of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Denmark, the UEFA qualifiers have, to date, featured 200 matches and 586 goals, with an average of 2.93. At the moment, Dutch top scorer Memphis Depay with nine goals. Next, at eight, Eran Zahavi of Israel. Serbian Aleksandar Mitrovic scored seven. Robert Lewandowski of Poland, Timo Pukki of Finland and Cristiano Ronaldo of Portugal each scored six goals.

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