Poland beat Andorra to secure World Cup playoff place

 Poland beat hosts Andorra 4-1 to secure the second place in the Group I of the FIFA World Cup European qualification here.Warsaw, Nov 13, : , Poland defeated Andorra 4-1 in Warsaw to take second place in Group I of FIFA World Cup European Qualification.
The game was special for Aston Villa defender Matty Cash, who made his debut for Poland coached by Paulo Sousa.Aston Villa defender Matty cash, who was coached by Paulo Sousa and made his debut for Poland in the game.

The 24-year-old, whose mother was born in Poland, obtained Polish citizenship this month.This month, the 24-year-old, whose mother is from Poland, was granted Polish citizenship.

On Friday night, he came onto the pitch in the 62nd minute to replace Przemyslaw Frankowski.He replaced Przemyslaw Frankowski on Friday night in the 62nd minutes.

The hosts had to play with 10 men from the first minute as Ricard Fernandez was sent off for hitting Kamil Glik by the elbow.From the beginning, the hosts were forced to play with 10 men.Ricard Fernandez was sent out for striking Kamil Glik in the elbow.Poland didn’t have problems proving their advantage.Poland proved their advantage without any difficulty.Robert Lewandowski scored twice, while Kamil Jozwiak and Arkadiusz Milik also beat the goalkeeper.

Robert Lewandowski scored two goals, while Arkadiusz Mlik and Kamil Jozwiak also beat the goalkeeper.Andorra found a consolation goal just before the break thanks to Marc Vales who surprised Wojciech Szczesny.

Marc Vales, who surprised Wojciech Zczesny, scored Andorra a consolation goal right before the break.

Poland have secured their spot in the play-offs of the qualifications.

Poland has secured their place in the play-offs for the qualification.They have earned 20 points so far, five more than third-placed Albania with one game to play.

They have already earned 20 points, five more than the third-placed Albania who has one game left.

On November 15, Poland will host Hungary, while Andorra will try to beat Albania.

In Rome, Italy should have sealed a win but only settled for a 1-1 tie against Switzerland in a FIFA World Cup European qualifier, as Jorginho missed a late penalty, Xinhua reports.

Italy could have won in Rome but was unable to do so.Jorginho missed a penalty late on, Xinhua reports.It was a head-to-head for the top place of Group C as the two sides were tied in the standings with 14 points ahead of the final match-day as the Azzurri ranked first by virtue of a superior goal difference.The top spot in Group C was decided by head-to-head as both sides finished tied with 14 points.

However, the final match-day saw the Azzurri rank first due to a higher goal difference.The top finisher will advance to Qatar 2022 directly, while the second enter play-offs.

The winner will be able to travel directly to Qatar 2022, while the second player will enter play-offs.

Both sides entered the Stadio Olimpico in Rome on Friday evening with a long list of absentees as Italy lost Giorgio Chiellini, Ciro Immobile and Marco Verratti to injury, while Switzerland were without Granit Xhaka and Haris Seferovic.

Both teams entered Rome’s Stadio Olimpico on Friday night with a long list missing.Italy lost Ciro Immobile, Giorgio Chiellini and Marco Verratti, while Haris Seferovic and Granit Xhaka were both out.

The away side had a more aggressive start and went ahead in the 11th minute as Noah Okafor sprinted down the left and squared for Silvan Widmer to hit in a first-time screamer out of the box.The away team started more aggressively and won the game in the 11th minute.Noah Okafor ran down the left and squared Silvan Widmer, who hit a first-time blaster from the box.Italy managed to weather the early siege, and once the tempo and intensity of the opponents dropped, the game was transformed.Italy survived the initial siege and the intensity of the opposition dropped.The game was transformed once again.

The winners of the 2020 Euro Championship earned a genuine opportunity in the 22nd minute as Emerson broke into the box and pulled back for Jorginho, whose attempt was blocked and Nicolo Barella’s follow-up from a close range was denied by Yann Sommer.In the 22nd minute, the 2020 Euro Championship winners had a real opportunity.Emerson broke into the box to pull back for Jorginho.Jorginho’s attempt was blocked by Yann Sommer.Nicolo Barella was denied a follow-up from close range by Yann Sommer.

Italy got back on level terms through a well-designed free kick as Lorenzo Insigne’s dummy allowed his cross to find Giovanni Di Lorenzo who scored a header.

Italy was able to get back on level terms with a well-designed free kick.Lorenzo Insigne’s dummy allowed Giovanni Di Lorenzo to cross and score a header.

The situation is unchanged as the two teams in the group are still separated by just two goals.The current situation remains unchanged, as the teams are separated by only two goals.

Soccer Football – World Cup Qualifiers Europe – Group I – Hungary v Poland – Puskas Arena, Budapest, Hungary – March 25, 2021 Hungary’s Attila Fiola in action with Poland’s Piotr Zieliński REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo


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