Remis to the debut for Stefan Kuntz in Turkey, favorite victory of the Netherlands in Latvia: The group G of qualifying for the World Cup 2022 in Qatar remains very tight. The Turks missed an important victory in the groundbreaking game against Norway and came only to a 1: 1 (1: 0), the Dutchman struggled to be a 1-0 (1: 0) at the steady outer manner Latvia.
For the former U21 national coach, everything was planning to plan with his debut with the Turkish national team. Against Norway, who had to do without his injured Superstar Erling Haaland, Kerem Kanzürkoglu (8.) brought the hosts early in the lead. But before the break Kristian Thorstvedt hit 1: 1 compensation (41.).
The Dutcher was faired to her favorite role in Latvia and successfully defended the first place in Group G, which would mean the direct qualification for the next year s tournament. The ex-Bremer Davy Klaasen scored the decisive hits (19th).
Behind the Dutch remains Norway with 14 meters on play-off-rank two, followed by Turkey (twelve) and Montenegro (eleven).
World Cup qualifier: Belgium almost certainly in Qatar
Belgium can meanwhile plan almost safely for the finals. Through the 2: 2 (1: 1) between the Czech Republic and Wales, the Belgians have already place two in the group E Safe – Wales could only repress the World Cup third of 2018 theoretically from the top.
Vice world champion Croatia continued on Cyprus 3-0 (1: 0). The former Bundesliga player Ivan Perisic (45.), RB Leipzig Josko Gvardiol (80th) and Marko Livaja (90. + 2) achieved the hits. The worst pursuer of the Croats remains Russia, which after the 1: 0 (1: 0) home victory against Slovakia also has 16 meters in Group H on the account.
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