footballThe Orange team, with Noah Lang on the field for 78 minutes, had no trouble with Gibraltar. The score was 6-0 in Rotterdam.
After a half-hour substitute against Latvia, Lang was allowed to make his De Kuip debut for Orange. He left the front, taking the place of the injured Cody Gakbo. “Noah is incredibly excited – that’s not a problem with him,” Louis van Gaal pointed to the starting point. “He’s a creative player, we need that against Gibraltar.”
Lang also started very eagerly. He played no part in Van Dijk’s 1-0 goal, with a header, but several times after that. First he was denied 2-0 for offside from the Liverpool defender, but then Lang was based on 2-0 Memphis Depay with Wasim. The Barcelona striker, who also scored a penalty before the end of the first half, scored 35 international goals and scored more in the orange shirt than Johan Cruyff (33) after tonight.
Danjuma Fallt in Scort
Three more goals were scored after the break. Lang drew a cross over Denzel Dumfries’ head and fifteen minutes before the end, substitute Danjuma scored his goal as well. The former Club Brugge player is currently having good weather at Villarreal. Lang relinquished his place to Doniel Mallin a few minutes after Danjuma’s goal secured the final 6-0 with a corner kick.
Because of this victory, the Orange team remains at the top of Group G qualifying for the World Cup, with the Netherlands taking two more points than Norway, which beat Montenegro. Turkey won thanks to a goal in the 99th minute against Latvia and follows 4 points from our northern neighbors.
Germany is sure to participate in the World Cup after tonight. After Friday’s victory over Romania, Macedonia won the night 0-4 thanks to goals by Havertz, Werner (2) and Mosila. Two passes from Muller • Genk’s Hrosovsky played 2-2 with Slovakia in Croatia, who are battling Russia to win the group. In a difficult match, Kramaric and Modric scored for Croatia, and Vlasic’s victory in the final stage was denied. Hrosovsky played the entire match with Slovakia, which saw both Schranz and Harraslin score. The Russians won 1-2 in Slovenia thanks to goals from Davieev and Jekia and now they are conceding two more points than Croatia.
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