The cadors assured. Except England. The sixth day of qualifying for the 2022 World Cup was marked by the victories this Wednesday evening of Belgium, Germany, Italy or even Italy. ??? Spain, and by the misstep of the Three Lions. In group I, the vice-champions of Europe were hooked at the end of the suspense by Poland in Warsaw (1-1). They had however done the hardest by opening the scoring on a missile signed by Captain Harry Kane, before being caught in the last seconds. With sixteen points taken in six games, however, they remain firmly established in first place in Group I and move closer to Qatar.

No bad surprise, however, for Belgium. With a reshuffled eleven, the selection of Roberto Martinez signed a narrow victory against Belarus (1-0), which allows him to push back the Czech Republic (which has one game less ), At nine lengths in Group E. Good operation also for Spain, who dominated Kosovo (2-0) with achievements by Pablo Fornals and Ferran Torres, and who can rejoice in the defeat suffered by Sweden in Greece (2-1). Four points now separate La Roja and the Swedes in Group B. After two draws against Bulgaria (1-1) and Switzerland (0-0), the champions of Europe Italians have spent their nerves on Lithuania (5-0), with in particular a double from the former Parisian Moise Kean, passed at the end of the transfer window from Everton to Juventus Turin . Sassuolo’s young striker Giacomo Raspadori, scorer, also shone.

La Nazionale leads Pool C with six points more than Switzerland, which at the same time stumbled over Northern Ireland (0-0). Another card of the evening, that of Germany in Iceland (4-0) in Group J. With a Thilo Kehrer once again tenured by Hansi Flick, at the post of left side.