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World Cup Qualifiers: Denmark saves horrible readings on the board – Spain saved from Georgia-induced humiliation with extra time – Football

Spain have played as many as 65 World Cup qualifiers in the tube without a loss.

Georgia was caught in a giant surprise in his home game for the men’s soccer World Cup qualifiers against Spain, but home disappointment came at the last minute. Dani Olmo hit Spain with a fiasco-avoiding 2-1 win extra time in the second minute.

Spain, which made it to the 1-1 draw in their qualifiers against Greece, experienced a shock in Tbilisi at the end of the opening half when Khvicha kvaratskelia took Georgia to the lead. Ferran Torres leveled the score after 56 minutes, but a splendid one-handed save by Spaniard put a stop to the attempt coming in from the right flank.

The match stretched Spain’s losing World Cup qualifier tube to a staggering 65. Spain last lost to the World Cup qualifiers in March 1993, when Denmark was better.

Modern-day Denmark, on the other hand, flocked to Moldova, which visited Herning.

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Denmark, who commented on the human rights situation in Qatar in the shirt message “Football supports change” before the initial whistle, had to wait for the opening goal for the 19th minute, but scored the next four within 20 minutes.

The final numbers were a wild 8-0 in the end, Kasper Dolbergin and Mikkel Damsgaardin getting two goals on their accounts.

The win was for Denmark in its biggest World Cup qualifiers through time, and the team has won both of these matches in these qualifiers.

In England is also a full score when Albania crashed away 2-0 Harry Kanen and Mason Mountin with paints.

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Iceland, which lost 0-3 in Germany on Thursday, also experienced hardships in Armenia as the home team celebrated a 2-0 victory. Armenia has opened the qualifiers with two wins for the first time in its history.



Source site www.is.fi

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