Spain, Germany, and England came out on Sunday, giving themselves some nice offensive festivals against weaker opponents.

In Group B, Spain beat Georgia 4-0 last (1 point). Jose Gaya (14th), Carlos Soler (25th), Ferran Torres (41st) and Pablo Sarabia (63rd) scored the goals propelling La Roja to the top of the standings (10 points) But Sweden (9 points, 2nd) did not played only three matches. Following their 1-1 split, Kosovo (4 points, 4th) and Greece (3 points, 4th) remain in their positions. Anastasios Douvikas gave the Greeks the lead and Vedat Muriqi equalized for the visitors (90 ‘2, 1-1).

Wednesday’s duel in Warsaw between Poland and England will oppose the first two of Group I. Winners 1-7 in San Marino thanks to Robert Lewandowski (5th, 21st), Karol Swiderski (16th), Karol Linetty (44th) and Adam Buksa (63rd, 90th 2, 90th 4), the Poles climbed to second place (10 points). With five victories, including the one at the start of the evening against Andorra (4-0), the Three Lions are leaders (15 points). Victorious 1-0 over Hungary (7 points, 4th), Albania moved up to third position (9 points). Andorra is 5th (3 points) ahead of San Marino, which conceded five defeats despite the goal of Nicola Nanni (48th, 1-4).

With a 6-0 card, Germany took the lead of Group J over Armenia (10 points, 2nd). Serge Gnabry (6th, 15th), Marco Reus (35th), Timo Werner (45th), Jonas Hofmann (52nd) and Karim Adeyemi (90th 1st) brought the Mannschaft total to 12 points. In Bucharest, Romania inflicted a fifth setback on Liechtenstein (2-0). Thanks to Alin Tosca (11th) and Cristian Manea (18th), Romania (9 points, 3rd) leaps North Macedonia (8 points, 4th), which has overshadowed a two-goal lead (2-2) against the Iceland (4 points, 5th).

With 6 points ahead and an advantage in the direct confrontation, Belgium can hardly be reached any longer. At the rate things are going, a 6 of 6 against Belarus in Kazan and against Estonia could even secure qualification for the 2022 world championship before the final trip to Wales.

The summer leaves us only his memory for a few months. Its absence leaves us already nostalgic. Let’s go to devour films that remind us of summer.

Established for the second time, after his interesting performance in Estonia, Hans Vanaken shone like never before under the Devils jacket. He may have convinced the last skeptics …

The Devils forward did not miss the meeting. Author of a goal and an assist, the record holder for the number of goals with the selection shone for his hundredth cap.

With 6 points ahead and an advantage in the direct confrontation, Belgium can hardly be reached any longer. At the rate things are going, a 6 of 6 against Belarus in Kazan and against Estonia could even secure qualification for the 2022 world championship before the final trip to Wales.

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