Jakarta, CNN Indonesia —
France confirmed a ticket to the World Cup after rolling Kazakhstan 8-0 at the Parc des Princes, Paris, Sunday (14/11) early morning WIB. In that match, Kylian Mbappe scored four of Les Bleus’ eight goals.
The other four French goals were scored by Karim Benzema (two goals), Adrien Rabiot, and Antoine Griezmann’s penalty.
France has the right to qualify after occupying the top position in Group D of the 2022 World Cup Qualifiers. The collection of 15 points achieved by Didier Deschamps’ squad can no longer be pursued by Finland, who is in second place with one game remaining.
In another match, Belgium became the next team to qualify after a 3-1 win over Estonia at the King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels. The three goals that decided Belgium’s victory were scored by Christian Benteke in the 11th minute, Yannick Carrasco (53′) and Thorgan Hazard (74′).
The additional three points made Belgium firmly at the top of Group E with 19 points from 7 matches. The acquisition of points owned by Belgium can no longer be pursued by Belgium, who is in second place with 14 points.
Previously, apart from Qatar being the host, Germany and Denmark ensured a ticket to the World Cup finals from the European zone qualifying path. Meanwhile, Brazil qualified because it was confirmed that they would finish at least in the top 4 of the CONMEBOL 2022 World Cup qualifiers.
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