Yesterday saw, besides the deportation drama in CONMEBOL qualifiers in World Cup football news, Germany, Spain, Poland enjoy big wins. They won in high-scoring affairs against Armenia, Georgia, and San Marino respectively. Meanwhile, Euro 2020 champions Italy, after their initial draw with Bulgaria, drew again in Group C, this time with Switzerland. Kosovo and Greece played another tie, last night, drawing 1-1 in Group B.
World Cup Football News – Germany, Spain, Poland Enjoy Big Wins
Firstly, in Group B, the two-time European champions, Spain, gained a 4-0 victory over Georgia. They thus made a rehabilitating comeback from their 0-2 defeat in Sweden last Thursday.
Moving on to Group C, most surprisingly, the Italian Euro 2020 title-winning squad failed to score in their second match. Instead, they ended up in a goalless draw with Switzerland.
Regardless, they have set another record as Roberto Mancini’s men avoided the defeat for a 36th consecutive game. While last time they held a joint record, Italy have now surpassed Brazil and Spain with a 35-games unbeaten streak.
As for Group I, Poland absolutely demolished San Marino by scoring seven goals to their one.
While Robert Lewandowski scored two goals, a brace, Adam Buksa scored three times and completed a hat-trick of late goals.
Lewandowski, Bayern Munich’s star striker, has now outranked Miroslav Klose with 72 goals becoming 4th on highest-scoring men’s international list.
Watch this San Marino – Poland match’s highlight moments.
Finally, in Group J the German national team smashed Armenia 6-0. They thus won their second game in a row because of which they’ve now secured first place in their group.
In the same Group J, Romania beat Liechtenstein at home and they are now placing third.
Spain – Georgia 4:0
Goals: Gaya 14’, Soler 25’, Torres 41’, Sarabia 63’
Kosovo – Greece 1:1
Goals: Muriqi 90+2’ – Douvikas 45+2’
Switzerland – Italy 0:0
San Marino – Poland 1:7
Goals: Nanni 48’ – Lewandowski 5’, 21’, Swiderski 16’, Linetty 44’, Buksa 67’, 90+2’, 90+4’
Germany – Armenia 6:0
Goals: Gnabry 6’, 15’, Reus 35’, Werner 45’, Hofmann 52’, Adeyemi 90+1
Romania – Liechtenstein 2:0
Goals: Tosca 11’, Manea 18’