Denmark gives Red Devils lead as a gift, Orange herpa …

Not only the Red Devils took action today, there were many top countries in action in the Nations League. An overview.

English national coach Gareth Southgate exchanged no fewer than five players from the starting eleven against Denmark who beat the Red Devils and that turned out not to be a good idea. In the early stages, the Danes had the better of the game. After half an hour, the match turned completely in the visitors’ favor when Harry Maguire took a second yellow card and Christian Eriksen Denmark scored the only goal of the game from the spot. With the loss of the English, the Red Devils are back in the lead, Denmark takes second place next to England.

Frank de Boer can breathe a sigh of relief

The Orange, which had started so dubiously under its new coach Frank de Boer, rose from its ashes against Italy after three matches without a goal. It was still behind in Bergamo by a goal by Lorenzo Pellegrini, but the connection goal by Donny van de Beek changed the game image. After the break, a strong Netherlands could claim the 1-2, but Gianluigi Donnarumma kept the home team right on a kick from Memphis Depay. It stayed at 1-1. Too bad for the Orange and Frank de Boer, which now drops to third place. Because Poland won 3-0 against Bosnia-Herzegovina – two roses from Robert Lewandowski – they become the new group leader. Italy follows one point.

France wins reissue World Cup final

In Group 3, France won in Croatia in a reissue of the World Cup final. Antoine Griezmann put the world champion in the lead early on with a striking tip. Vlasic scored against, but ten minutes before the end, who else but Kylian Mbappé gave the French the victory. As a result, France and Portugal, which simply beat Sweden 3-0, are side by side in the lead.



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