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Denmark is already certain to participate in the World Cup with an eighth consecutive victory |  UEFA World Cup 2022 Qualifiers

Denmark is already certain to participate in the World Cup with an eighth consecutive victory | UEFA World Cup 2022 Qualifiers

  1. 45′ – Verve. Michael Damsgaard by Casper Dolberg
  2. 32′ – Yellow – Daniel Wass
  1. 90 + 2′ – Yellow – Marcel Sabitzer
  2. 90′ – Verve. Thomas Delaney by Matthias Jensen
  3. 90′ – Daniel Wass Follow Christian Norgaard
  4. 84′ – Verve. Marco Grol by Michael Gregorich
  5. 84′ – Verve. Konrad Laimer and Florian Kaines
  6. 78′ – Verve. Andreas Skov Olsen for Jens Streiger Larsen
  7. 73′ – Erkan continued Kara Louis Schaub
  8. 73′ – Verve. Stefan Ilsanker for Karim Onesieu
  9. 54′ – Goal – Joachim Muhl (1-0)
  10. 48′ – Yellow – Christopher Tremmel

Denmark will be in Qatar for the second time in a row at the FIFA World Cup Finals. As in the previous 7 World Cup qualifiers, it also beat Austria, thanks to a goal from former Genk player Joachim Mahle.

Denmark are doing this qualifying campaign for the first time in a long time without the spell of Christian Eriksen (who is still recovering from a heart attack at the European Championships). However, the Danes can put out a rare strong streak without him.

Based on the team that performed excellently in the European Championship (including against the Belgians), Austria won for the eighth time in a row. Shortly after the break, Delaney offered Joachim Mahle the only goal of the match.

This is the sixth time that the Danes have qualified for the World Cup. In Russia, they lost in the finals only 1/8 after a penalty shootout against later finalists Croatia.

  1. The second half, the 95th minute, the game is over
  2. Yellow card for Austria Marcel Sabitzer during the second half, 92nd minute
  3. Second half, minute 90. Substitution in Denmark, Matthias Jensen inside, Thomas Delaney exit
  4. Second half, minute 90. Substitution in Denmark, Christian Norgaard inside, and Daniel Was
  5. The second half, the 84th minute. Substitution in Austria, and Michael Gregorich entered, and Marco Grol came out
  6. Second half, 84th minute. Substitution in Austria, Florian Keynes inside, Konrad Laimer
  7. Second half, minute 78. Substitution for Denmark, Jens Streiger Larsen, Andreas Skov Olsen is out.
  8. The second half, the 73rd minute. Substitution in Austria, Louis Schaub inside, Ercan Kara outside
  9. Second half, minute 73. Substitution in Austria, Karim Onisio inside, Stefan Ilsanker exit
  10. Joachim Mohl can score for Denmark. The assistance is attributed to Thomas Delaney. Second half, 54th minute.
  11. A goal in the second half, the 54th minute from the Danish Joachim Mohl. 1, 0.
  12. Austrian Christopher Tremmel yellow card during the second half, minute 48
  13. The second half, the 46th minute, the match started
  14. The first half, the 48th minute, the game is over
  15. First half, minute 45. Substitution in Denmark, Kasper Dolberg inside, Mikel Damsgaard out
  16. Yellow card for Denmark Daniel Wass during the first half, minute 32
  17. First half, minute 1 the match started
  18. Denmark squad. Kasper Schmeichel, Andreas Christensen, Simon Kejer, Yannick Westergaard, Daniel Wass, Thomas Delaney, Pierre-Emile Hojberg, Joachim Mohl, Andreas Skov Olsen, Joseph Poulsen, Mikkel Damsgaard
  19. The setting is Austria. Daniel Bachmann, Christopher Tremmel, Stefan Ilsanker, Stefan Bosch, Martin Hinterger, David Alaba, Marcel Sabitzer, Florian Grelic, Konrad Laimer, Marco Grol, Ercan Kara
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