Denmark has booked a monstrous victory in qualifying for the 2022 World Cup on Sunday evening. The team of national coach Kasper Hjulmand, who made a statement against the human rights violations in Qatar before the match against Moldova, won no less than 8-0 in the Danish Herning.
It is the biggest victory for Denmark in 34 years. On June 10, 1987, the Danes were 8-0 too strong for Romania in an Olympic qualifying match. Sunday’s new monster victory was made possible in part by Kasper Dolberg, who scored second time in Herning.
The former Ajax player opened the score after nineteen minutes by using a penalty kick and also made it 6-0 shortly after the break. Mikkel Damsgaard scored twice, just like Dolberg, while Jens Stryger Larsen, Mathias Jensen, Robert Skov and Marcus Ingvartsen also scored their goal.
The 23-year-old Dolberg played the entire match, just like fullback Nicolai Boilesen. With Lasse Schöne, another former Ajax player started the kick-off, but the sc Heerenveen midfielder was replaced by Christian Eriksen after 77 minutes.
Following the example of Norway, Germany and the Dutch national team, Denmark made a statement against Qatar before the game. Just like the players of Orange, the Danes wore a shirt with the text ‘Football Supports Change’ on it before kick-off.
With the historic victory over Moldova, Denmark is proudly in the lead in group F with six points from two games. Later on Sunday, Austria-Faroe Islands and Israel-Scotland are on the program in that group (kick-off at 8.45 pm).
England makes no mistake in Albania
England did good business in Group I by winning the away match against Albania 0-2. Harry Kane opened the score in Tirana in the 39th minute with a nice header after a cross from Luke Shaw.
The Tottenham Hotspur striker, who made his 32nd international goal in his 48th official match, was the principal in the 63rd minute at Mason Mount’s 0-2.
England, which started the World Cup qualifying series on Thursday with a 5-0 win over San Marino, is the leader in the group. At 8.45 pm Poland-Andorra and San Marino-Hungary are still on the program.
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