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France and Belgium qualify for the World Cup in Qatar and the Netherlands stumbles

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The French national football team qualified for the World Cup Qatar 2022 after a landslide victory over Kazakhstan by 8 clean sheets in the ninth round of Group D of the World Cup qualifiers, which also saw Finland beat Bosnia and Herzegovina 3-1.

Eight “rooster” Kylian Mbappe scored 4 goals (6, 12, 32, 87), Karim Benzema (55, 59), Adrien Rabiot (75) and Antoine Griezmann (84 from the penalty spot).

The French team raised its score to 15 points at the top of the standings, 4 points ahead of its closest followers, while Kazakhstan’s tally stopped at 3 points in the last fifth place.

In the second match, Finland defeated Bosnia and Herzegovina 3-1.

Finland raised its score to 11 points in second place, and the balance of the Bosnian team stopped at 7 points in fourth to last place.

Belgium topped Group E with 19 points (Reuters)

From Group E, Belgium booked its place in the Qatar World Cup, after beating its guest Estonia 3-1, which saw Wales beat Belarus 5-1.

The goals of the Belgian team were scored by Christian Benteke, Yannick Carrasco and Thorgan Hazard, while the goal for the Estonia team was scored by Eric Sorga (70).

The Belgian team raised its score to 19 points at the top of the standings, 5 points behind its closest followers, while Estonia’s tally stopped at 4 points in fourth to last place.

In the second match, Wales defeated Belarus 5-1.

Wales raised its score to 14 points in second place, and Belarus’s tally stopped at 3 points in the last fifth place.

World Cup - UEFA Qualifiers - Group G - Montenegro v NetherlandsMontenegro turned the tables on the Netherlands and imposed a draw (Reuters)

In Group G, the Netherlands tied with “Montenegro” 2-2, and the same group witnessed Turkey’s victory over Gibraltar with a clean six and Norway with Latvia 0-0.

Memphis Depay scored the two goals for the Dutch national team (25 from a penalty kick and 54), while the goals for the “Montenegro” team were scored by Ilya Vukotic (82) and Nikola Voinovic (86).

The Dutch team raised its score to 20 points at the top of the standings, and Montenegro raised its score to 12 points in third place.

In the second match, the Turkish national team maintained its chances of qualifying for the World Cup, after defeating its guest Gibraltar with a clean six, scored by Karim Akturkoglu (11), Halil Drovizoglu (38 and 41), Merih Demiral (65), Serdar Dorsun (81) and Mert Mulder. (84).

The Turkish team raised its score to 18 points in second place, with a goal difference against Norway, and Gibraltar remained without credit in the last sixth place.

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Reference-www.aljazeera.net

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