Spain – Germany 6: 0, German megaostuda in the League of Nations! France and Portugal celebrate their winnings

Marcelo del well, Reuters

The Spaniards decided in Seville to win unequivocally in the first half, which they controlled 3: 0. Gradually, Álvaro Morata, Torres and Rodri hit. At the end of the half, the home team lost Captain Sergio Ramos, who had to replace due to muscle problems.

After the change of sides, Torres completed a hat-trick, in the end Mikel Oyarzabal set the final result.

Alvaro Morata took care of the opening goal of the match

MIGUEL MORENATTI, ČTK / AP

“We didn’t stand a chance. We said we trusted the players we called and we were on the right track. But today we saw that we didn’t move as far as we thought and as we hoped after the recent matches,” the website quoted uefa.com German coach Joachim Löw.

“I can’t wait for the media to write. No one can object to ‘buts’ to this win,” said Spanish striker Morata.

Spain’s footballers rejoice at the goal

Marcelo del well, Reuters

The Switzerland-Ukraine match was not played in the away team in Lucerne due to the spreading coronavirus infection. Local authorities sent the entire Ukrainian expedition to quarantine after the latest tests revealed covid-19 in four other members.

The European Football Union UEFA has announced that the match will not be played on Wednesday either, which is the last possible date. However, it is not yet clear whether it will be the turn of the contumacy to the detriment of Ukraine or, in the extreme case, the lot. Both teams want to stay in the elite League A.

Ukrainian footballers will not play due to the quarantine in Switzerland

France dealt with the Swedes

The reigning world champions, the French, who secured their place in the final tournament of the League of Nations on Saturday with a 1-0 victory in Portugal, won 4: 2 after a turn over Sweden. The remaining two participants in the final tournament of the second year of the League of Nations, which will take place in October 2021, will emerge from Wednesday’s matches.

The Swedes led from the fifth minute after Viktor Claesson’s goal, but by the end of the opening act Olivier Giroud and Benjamin Pavard turned the score around. In the second half, Giroud increased the lead of “Les Bleus” again, and Robin Quaison reduced the lead for “Tre kronor”. The fuse was added in the Kingsley Coman settings.

France’s footballers are rejoicing at the equalizer for Sweden’s net

Gonzalo Fuentes, Reuters

The Portuguese decided in the setting

The Northerners left the elite League A, in which, on the contrary, the Croats remained despite the domestic 2: 3 defeat with Portugal. Thanks to Mateo Kovačič, they led 1: 0, but after the exclusion of Marek Rog, the guests turned the result around. Kovačič managed to equalize, but in the 90th minute the Portuguese shot a second shot in the match Rúben Dias.

Cristiano Ronaldo in a duel with Luka Modrič

Antonio Bronic, Reuters

Montenegro moved into League B with a 4-0 victory over Cyprus. On the contrary, Cyprus fell into the worst performance league D.

Gibraltar moved to League C after a 1: 1 draw with Liechtenstein and the Faroe Islands after the same result in Malta.

League of Nations:
Group A3:
Croatia – Portugal 2: 3 (1: 0)
Goals: 29th and 65th Kovacic – 52nd and 90th +1 Dias, 60th Felix. RC: 51. Rog (Croatia).
France – Sweden 4: 2 (2: 1)
Goals: 16. a 59. Giroud, 36. Pavard, 90. + 5 Coman – 5. Claesson.
1. France 6 5 1 0 12:5 16
2. Portugal 6 4 1 1 12:4 13
3. Croatia 6 1 0 5 9:16 3
4. Sweden 6 1 0 5 5:13 3
Group A4:
Spain – Germany 6: 0 (3: 0)
Goals: 33., 55. to 71. Torres, 17. Morata, 38. Rodri, 89. Oyarzabal.
The match Switzerland – Ukraine was canceled due to a coronavirus infection in the away team.
1. Spain 6 3 2 1 13:3 11
2. Germany 6 2 3 1 10:13 9
3. Ukraine 5 2 0 3 5:10 6
4. Switzerland 5 0 3 2 6:8 3
Group C1:
Montenegro – Cyprus 4: 0 (3: 0)
Goals: 25. and 28. Boljevic, 14. Jovetic, 60. Mugosa.
Luxembourg – Azerbaijan 0: 0
1. Montenegro 6 4 1 1 10:2 13
2. Luxembourg 6 3 1 2 7:5 10
3. Azerbaijan 6 1 3 2 2:4 6
4. Cyprus 6 1 1 4 2:10 4
Group D1:
Malta – Faroe Islands 1: 1 (0: 0)
Goals: 54. Guillaumier – 70. Jonsson.
Andorra – Latvia 0: 5 (0: 1)
Goals: 57. a 60. J. Ikaunieks, 7. Černomordijs, 70. Gutkovskis z pen., 90. Raimondsz z pen.
1. Faroe Islands 6 3 3 0 9:5 12
2. Malta 6 2 3 1 8:6 9
3. Latvia 6 1 4 1 8:4 7
4. Andorra 6 0 2 4 1:11 2
Group D2:
Gibraltar – Liechtenstein 1: 1 (1: 1)
Goals: 17. Own Frommelt – 44. N. Frick.
1. Gibraltar 4 2 2 0 3:1 8
2. Lichtenstein 4 1 2 1 3:2 5
3. San Marino 4 0 2 2 0:3 2

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