Nations League 2022-2023 – Highlights 11 June 2022 – Football News

There were four battles in Category A, with the winners unknown

England and Italy gave a boring fight

England and Italy gave a boring fight / Photo: Getty Images

There are so many exciting games being played today in the League of Nations. In the opening match of the day, Ukraine defeated Armenia and became the leader of Group B.

Scotland, the main rivals of our team, unexpectedly lost 3-0 away to Ireland. Petrakov’s guards are now three points ahead of each other.

Ireland – Scotland 3: 0
Brown, 20, Parrot, 28, Obafemi, 51

In the Premier League, Wolverhampton have been relegated to the final of the Champions League final against England. However, the coaches set up a duplicate lineup and set the boring “zero”.

England – Italy 0: 0

Germany, on the other hand, came to Budapest to face the Hungarians in a match that ended in a 2-2 draw at Euro 2020. This time, the Marco Rossi districts were not defeated again by the Bundestim. Hoffman responded with a quick shot.

Hungary – Germany 1: 1
: Nagy, 6 – Hoffman, 9

As a result, in Group A, Italy is one point ahead of Hungary. England, however, are still close to relegation.

In the fourth quarter the focus was on Rotterdam, where the Netherlands hosted Poland. Lewandowski’s absence did not prevent the visitors from scoring twice at the start of the second half.

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However, the hosts quickly equalized, scoring twice in three minutes. However, Van Hall’s guards could not win. And in the end, the hosts deserved a penalty, but DePay did not score.

The Netherlands – Poland 2 ፡ 2
: Klaus, 51, Dumfris, 54 – Cash, 18, Zieliński, 49

However, “Orange” still holds the lead in the group. Not only Poland, but also Belgium, who beat Wales today, are three points behind. Bale and his company appear to be in contention for the 2022 World Cup qualifier against Ukraine and are now close to relegation.

Wallace – Belgium 1 ፡ Stage 1
Johnson, 87 – Tielemans, 51


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