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31 March 2021

DUISBURG, GERMANY – 31 MARCH: Ilkay Gundogan of Germany looks on during the qualifying match of the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar between Germany and North Macedonia in the Schauinsland-Reisen-Arena on March 31 Dejected from sports stadiums across Germany on March 28, 2021 in Duisburg, Germany, due to the coronavirus pandemic, government social distancing laws prohibit fans in venues, resulting in games being played behind closed doors (Photo by Alex Grimm / Getty Images)

DUISBURG, GERMANY – 31 MARCH: Joshua Kimmich and Matthias Ginter from Germany react after they scored their team’s first goal during the qualifying game for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar between Germany and North Macedonia in the Schauinsland-Reisen-Arena on March 31 Duisburg, Germany Sports stadiums across Germany are still subject to strict restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic as government social distancing laws prohibit fans in venues, resulting in games being played behind closed doors (Photo by Alex Grimm / Getty Images)

DUISBURG, GERMANY – 31 MARCH: Eljif Elmas from North Macedonia celebrates with his teammate Stefan Spirovski after he died on March 31 March scored the second goal of his team during the qualifying game for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar between Germany and North Macedonia in the Schauinsland-Reisen-Arena, 2021 in Duisburg, Germany Sports stadiums all over Germany are still subject to strict restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic, as government social distancing laws ban fans in venues, resulting in games being played behind closed doors (Photo by Thilo Schmuelgen – Pool / Getty Images)

DUISBURG, GERMANY – 31 MARCH: Leroy Sane of Germany reacts after the qualifying game of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar between Germany and North Macedonia in the Schauinsland-Reisen-Arena on March 31 March 2021 in Duisburg, Germany Sports stadiums across Germany are still subject to strict restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic as government social distancing laws prohibit fans in venues, resulting in games being played behind closed doors (Photo by Thilo Schmuelgen – Pool / Getty Images)

PARIS, FRANCE – Sept. MARCH: Serhiy Sydorchuk of Ukraine celebrates with Oleksandr Zinchenko and teammates after scoring his team’s first goal during the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier between France and Ukraine in Qatar on Jan. Sports stadiums across France remain tightly restricted due to the coronavirus pandemic as government social distancing laws ban fans in venues, resulting in games being played behind closed doors (Photo by Aurelien Meunier / Getty Images)

VILNIUS, LITHUANIA – 31 MARCH: Ciro Immobile of Italy in action during the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier between Lithuania and Italy on March 31 March 2021 in Vilnius, Lithuania (Photo by Claudio Villa / Getty Images)

SEVILLE, SPAIN – 31 MARCH: Dani Olmo of Spain celebrates with his teammate Jordi Alba after scoring his team’s second goal during the qualifying match for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar between Spain and Kosovo at the Estadio Olimpico on March 31 Sports stadiums across Spain remain tightly restricted due to the coronavirus pandemic as government social distancing laws ban fans in venues, resulting in games being played behind closed doors (Photo by Fran Santiago / Getty Images)

SEVILLE, SPAIN – 31 MARCH: Players of Spain face the qualifying match of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar between Spain and Kosovo at the Estadio Olimpico on March 31 Sports stadiums across Spain continue to be severely restricted due to the coronavirus pandemic as the government’s social distancing laws ban fans in venues, resulting in games being played behind closed doors (Photo by Fran Santiago / Getty Images)

DUISBURG, GERMANY – 31 MARCH: Players from Germany react after conceding a goal as Goran Pandev from North Macedonia celebrates with teammates after scoring his team’s first goal during the qualifying match for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar between Germany and North Macedonia at Schauinsland-Reisen -Arena am 31 March 2021 in Duisburg Sports stadiums across Germany are still subject to strict restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic, as government laws on social distancing prohibit fans in venues, resulting in games being played behind closed doors (Photo by Thilo Schmuelgen – Pool / Getty Images)

VIENNA, AUSTRIA – 31 MARCH: Carlo Holse from Denmark fights for possession with Stefan Ilsanker from Austria during the qualifying game for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar between Austria and Denmark in the Ernst Happel Stadium on March 31 March 2021 in Vienna, Austria Sports stadiums across Denmark remain tightly restricted due to the coronavirus pandemic as government social distancing laws ban fans in venues, resulting in games being played behind closed doors (Photo by Christian Hofer / Getty Images)

LONDON, ENGLAND – Jan. MARCH: Harry Kane of England celebrates with Phil Foden and Raheem Sterling after scoring his team’s first goal from the penalty spot during the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier between England and Poland in Qatar on Jan. Wembley Stadium in London, England Sports stadiums across the UK remain tightly restricted due to the coronavirus pandemic as government social distancing laws ban fans in venues, resulting in games being played behind closed doors ( Photo by Catherine Ivill / Getty Images)

ANDORRA LA VELLA, ANDORRA – 31 MARCH: Attila Fiola of Hungary scores her team’s first goal during the qualifying match for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar between Andorra and Hungary at the Estadi Nacional on March 31 March 2021 in Andorra la Vella, Andorra A limited number of spectators (450) will be in attendance as the restrictions on the Covid-19 pandemic in (Andorra) are relaxed (Photo by David Ramos / Getty Images)

DUISBURG, GERMANY – 31 MARCH: Leroy Sane from Germany is played by Ezgjan Alioski during the qualifying game for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar between Germany and North Macedonia in the Schauinsland-Reisen-Arena on March 31 Challenged March 2021 in Duisburg Sports stadiums across Germany are still subject to strict restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic, as government social distancing laws prohibit fans in venues, resulting in games being played behind closed doors (Photo by Alex Grimm / Getty Images)

LONDON, ENGLAND – Jan. MARCH: Harry Kane of England scores his team’s first goal from the penalty spot during the FIFA World Cup 2022 qualifier in Qatar between England and Poland on March 31 At Wembley Stadium in London, England on March 23, 2021 Sports stadiums across the UK continue to face severe restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic as government social distancing laws ban fans in venues, resulting in games being played behind closed doors (Photo by Catherine Ivill / Getty Images)

BELFAST, NORTHERN IRELAND – 31 MARCH: Ivaylo Chochev of Bulgaria passes the ball under pressure from Paddy McNair of Northern Ireland during the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier between Northern Ireland and Bulgaria at Windsor Park on March 31 Belfast, Northern Ireland on March 25, 2021 Sports stadiums across the UK continue to face severe restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic as government social distancing laws ban fans in venues, resulting in games being played behind closed doors (Photo by Charles McQuillan / Getty Images)

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND – 31 MARCH: John McGinn of Scotland celebrates with teammates Kieran Tierney and Scott McTominay after scoring his team’s first goal during the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier in Qatar between Scotland and the Faroe Islands at Hampden Park on March 31 March had scored Glasgow, Scotland 2021 Sports stadiums across the UK remain tight restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic as government social distancing laws ban fans in venues, resulting in games being played behind closed doors (Photo by Ian MacNicol / Getty Images)

LONDON, ENGLAND – Jan. MARCH: Mason Mount of England battles for possession with Piotr Zielinski of Poland during the FIFA World Cup 2022 qualifier between England and Poland in Qatar on March 31, 2020 At Wembley Stadium in London, England on March 23, 2021 Sports stadiums across the UK continue to face severe restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic as government social distancing laws ban fans in venues, resulting in games being played behind closed doors (Photo by Andy Rain – Pool / Getty Images)

LONDON, ENGLAND – Jan. MARCH: Kamil Glik of Poland clears the ball under pressure from Phil Foden of England during the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier in Qatar between England and Poland on March 31 At Wembley Stadium in London, England on March 23, 2021 Sports stadiums across the UK continue to face severe restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic as government social distancing laws ban fans in venues, resulting in games being played behind closed doors (Photo by Catherine Ivill / Getty Images)

BELFAST, NORTHERN IRELAND – 31 MARCH: Andrey Galabinov of Bulgaria is joined by Daniel Ballard of Northern Ireland during the qualifying match for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar between Northern Ireland and Bulgaria at Windsor Park on March 31st Challenged March 2021 in Belfast, Northern Ireland Sports stadiums across the UK continue to face severe restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic as government social distancing laws ban fans in venues, resulting in games being played behind closed doors (Photo by Charles McQuillan / Getty Images)

DUISBURG, GERMANY – 31 MARCH: Goran Pandev from North Macedonia celebrates with his teammates Boban Nikolov and Enis Bardhi after scoring his team’s first goal in the qualifying match for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar between Germany and North Macedonia in the Schauinsland-Reisen-Arena March 2021 in Duisburg Sports stadiums across Germany are still subject to strict restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic, as government social distancing laws prohibit fans in venues, resulting in games being played behind closed doors (Photo by Alex Grimm / Getty Images )

SEVILLE, SPAIN – 31 MARCH: Dani Olmo of Spain celebrates with his teammate Marcos Llorente after scoring his team’s first goal during the qualifying match for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar between Spain and Kosovo at the Estadio Olimpico on March 31 March 2021 in Seville Spain Sports stadiums across Spain remain tightly restricted due to the coronavirus pandemic as government social distancing laws ban fans in venues, resulting in games being played behind closed doors (Photo by Fran Santiago / Getty Images)

VIENNA, AUSTRIA – 31 MARCH: Gernot Trauner from Austria and Martin Braithwaite from Denmark fight for possession during the qualifying game of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar between Austria and Denmark in the Ernst Happel Stadium on March 31 March 2021 in Vienna, Austria Sports stadiums across Denmark remain tightly restricted due to the coronavirus pandemic as government social distancing laws ban fans in venues, resulting in games being played behind closed doors (Photo by Christian Hofer / Getty Images)

ANDORRA LA VELLA, ANDORRA – 31 MARCH: Attila Fiola of Hungary scores her team’s first goal during the qualifying match for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar between Andorra and Hungary at the Estadi Nacional on March 31 March 2021 in Andorra la Vella, Andorra A limited number of spectators (450) will be in attendance as the restrictions on the Covid-19 pandemic in (Andorra) are relaxed (Photo by David Ramos / Getty Images)

LONDON, ENGLAND – Jan. MARCH: Harry Maguire of England celebrates with Mason Mount after scoring his team’s second goal during the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar qualifier between England and Poland on March 31 Sports stadiums across the UK continue to face severe restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic as government social distancing laws ban fans in venues, resulting in games being played behind closed doors (Photo by Catherine Ivill / Getty Images)

DUISBURG, GERMANY – 31 MARCH: Players from North Macedonia celebrate after their team’s victory in the qualifying game of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar between Germany and North Macedonia in the Schauinsland-Reisen-Arena on March 31 March 2021 in Duisburg, Germany Sports stadiums across Germany are still subject to strict restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic as government social distancing laws prohibit fans in venues, resulting in games being played behind closed doors (Photo by Alex Grimm / Getty Images)

ANDORRA LA VELLA, ANDORRA – 31 MARCH: Loic Nego of Hungary celebrates with his teammates after scoring his team’s fourth goal during the qualifying match for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar between Andorra and Hungary at Estadi Nacional on March 31 A limited number of spectators (450) will be in attendance as the restrictions on the Covid-19 pandemic in (Andorra) are relaxed (Photo by David Ramos / Getty Images)

DUISBURG, GERMANY – 31 MARCH: Eljif Elmas from North Macedonia celebrates with teammates after scoring the second goal of his team during the qualifying game for the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar between Germany and North Macedonia in the Schauinsland-Reisen-Arena on March 31 March 2021 in Duisburg, Germany Sports stadiums across Germany are still subject to strict restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic as government social distancing laws prohibit fans in venues, resulting in games being played behind closed doors (Photo by Alex Grimm / Getty Images)

Spain skipped Sweden and took the lead in Group B Spain’s added-time hero after his 2-1 win over Georgia Dani Olmo opened the gate and found the top corner with a nice, ruffled shot Ferran Torres had improved Spain by two points just a minute later, with a laser accurate, low and driven Finish, who kissed the post before kicking in Besar Halimi, scared La Roja as he scored a bizarre goal, clearing Unai Simon from the ball almost halfway and hitting from well over 40 yards out of form Villarreal striker Gerard Moreno 15 minutes before the end, however, Luis Enrique’s two-goal cushion was restored with a header from a corner

Khvicha Kvaratskhelia’s miracle goal brought Georgia to a 1-1 Group B draw in Greece a game with few chances swung the Greeks the way when Otar Kakabadze, trying to get the ball to the corner, knocked it off in 76 Shot into his own net within a few minutes, the 20-year-old Kvaratskhelia continued his good form by dribbling past two opponents and finding the bottom corner

A vastly changed Italy scored three 0-2 wins in a row with a loss to Lithuania in Vilnius Stefano Sensi broke the impasse three minutes after scoring his third goal in eight internationals at halftime and a penalty from Ciro Immobile in stoppage time sealed the victory of Italy’s top group C, three points over Switzerland, who have a game in their hands

Northern Ireland’s winless run continued after a goalless draw with Bulgaria that increased both teams’ chances of reaching Qatar in 2022. The hosts had the best chances of the game, coming just a few millimeters from kick-off in the first half as Stuart Leeds United’s Dallas went against the crossbar but there was no getting through for either side and the game ended with Northern Ireland going without a win in their last eight games and not having scored in any of their last five World Cup qualifiers

-2 0-2 🇮🇹🟢 0-0 🇧🇬👌 Italy stays perfect; Belfast’s stalemate matches the Swiss WC # WCQ | #WorldCup ImageTwittercom / PcuhQYon3Q

The world champions had to sweat, but they came out of Sarajevo with all three points and built their lead at the top of the group from Antoine Griezmann scoring in the 60 Minute the only goal and his 35th Goal for his country and carried a well-placed header from Adrien Rabiot’s cross Griezmann has now played 46 consecutive games for France; The last time he wasn’t there was on Jan. June 2017 against England

Kazakhstan took a famous point in Kiev as the hosts began their Qatar 2022 qualifying campaign with three straight 1-1 draws, Oleksandr Zinchenko dribbled at the heart of the Kazakh defense before releasing Roman Yaremchuk who shot a shot in the bottom corner rolled Kazakhstan out of nowhere on the other side of the half Serikzan Muzhikov led with a shot from the box to make sure they would go with their first point on the board

🇧🇦 0-1 🇫🇷🇺🇦 1-1 🇰🇿😓 Owners who worked up a sweat but ended the night four points ahead 👍 #WCQ | #WorldCup ImageTwittercom / BOuPJNApmG

Group F leaders Denmark continued their impressive start to qualifying for Qatar 2022 with a goal in the second half in Austria There was little to separate – the first and second in Group F at kick-off – before Andreas Skov Olsen shot high into the net for 12 minutes in the second half, however, this resulted in a flurry of four goals in just 16 minutes, with Joakim Maehle and Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg reaching the goal before Olsen ended his doubles as the Austrian defense fell apart Denmark is unbeaten in the last 12 World Cup qualifiers and has only conceded five goals in this sequence

John McGinn was the goalkeeper once again as Scotland celebrated their maiden win in Qatar 2022 qualifying The Aston Villa midfielder, who scored a spectacular overhead kick in the Scottish 2-2 draw with Austria, took off against Kieran Tierney went through to calm the nerves and secured the win with a solid header from another brilliant cross from Tierney Che Adams opened his international account in just his second start for Clarke’s team and Ryan Fraser nodded home from Andrew Robertson’s exact cross Scotland are unbeaten in the last nine World Cup qualifiers and moved up to second in Group F

Israel kicked off their Group F campaign with a resounding 4-1 win in Moldova, which took it to four points after three games. Catalin Carp gave the hosts the lead, but Eran Zahavi equaled Moldova’s Ion Nicolaescu at halftime Sent off shortly after the restart, and three goals within nine minutes courtesy of Manor Solomon, Munas Dabbur and Bebras Natcho drove Israel to victory

-4 0-4 🇩🇰🇲🇩 1-4 🇮🇱🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 4-0 🇫🇴🔥 Denmark with 3 wins out of 3 and 14 unanswered goals; Scotland until the second 📈 #WCQ | #WorldCup BildTwittercom / utV8xRpzGg

Harry Maguire’s late goal earned England a 2-1 win over Poland at Wembley, which took them to nine points after three games Harry Kane sure scored a Raheem Sterling penalty for the world champions from 1966 in the 19th Minute to bring them into the lead After a mistake by John Stones just before the hour, Jakub Moder scored a goal from close range. Stones made up for a late corner and headed the ball back to Maguire, whose hit proved by a crowd to be too powerful for Wojciech Szczesny could stay outside

Hungary scored two straight wins with the win in Andorra La Vella Attila Fiola led the guests seconds before the break to Daniel Gazdag and Laszlo Kleinheisler scored three goals for Hungary at the beginning of the second half before Loic Nego in the 90 Scoring four goals in the minute, Andorra received a consolation penalty which was converted by captain Marc Pujol

Albania recovered from losing to England with a win at Serravalle, but they had to be patient with Rey Manaj beheading in the 63rd Minute at the start before Myrto Uzuni was vigilant and crossed the finish line from close range five minutes before the end. Tougher tests await Edy Reja’s team with Poland and Hungary in September

-4 1-4 🇭🇺🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿2-1 🇵🇱🇸🇲 0-2 🇦🇱💪 The hard-fought win keeps England on course 🧭 # WCQ | #WorldCup BildTwittercom / zNCpKWHi7Z

Armenia came from behind to win an exciting competition with Romania and continue their impressive start to Qatar 2022 qualifiers, the goals all fell in a stunning second half that came to life as hosts Eduard Spertsyan moved forward unhindered drifted and Florin defeated Nita from 25 meters – but with the help of a nasty distraction Romania recovered well and turned the goal line upside down with a quick double from Alexandru Cicaldau.After a ruthlessly high challenge, the game turned red again for George Puscas, and that Loud home crowd exploded thanks to two goals in the last three minutes – a header from captain Varazdat Haroyan and a cool penalty from Tigran Barseghyan Armenia have now won three consecutive World Cup qualifiers for the first time in their history and remain at the top of Group J over Germany

North Macedonia caused excitement with a 2-1 away win against Germany in the European qualifying for Qatar 2022. Goran Pandev finished a wonderful team move to stun the 2014 Brazilian winners just before the break, but Ilkay Gundogan’s penalty put in the 63 Parity restored after Timo Werner had missed a blatant chance to put Germany in the lead, Eljif Elmas rushed to make North Macedonia one of her best results of all time

Iceland ended a loss in seven games and raised their hopes for Qatar in 2022 with a comfortable win in Liechtenstein.The Icelanders, who made their World Cup debut in 2018, got off to a miserable start to the current qualifying but their nerves were within 12 Calm minutes after kick-off when Birkir Saevarsson gave them the lead. The guests then completely dominated and provided the points when Birkir Bjarnason doubled his lead just before the break. Victor Palsson and Runar Sigurjonsson were late on the scorers list, which Yanik Fricks made Use made a mere consolation for the hosts

-2 3-2 🇷🇴🇩🇪 1-2 🇲🇰🇱🇮 1-4 🇮🇸🤯 Who would have predicted this a week ago? Breathtaking successes from Armenia and North Macedonia 👏 # WCQ | #WorldCup ImageTwittercom / 31e0rhCM5c

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