UEFA Euro Qualifiers - The Road to England 2021

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  1. Bauser

    Bauser Member+

    Dec 23, 2000
    Norway
    Club:
    Fredrikstad FK


     
  2. Bauser

    Bauser Member+

    Dec 23, 2000
    Norway
    Club:
    Fredrikstad FK
    Today's action. Two matches only.

    GROUP G
    North Macedonia 0 - 6 Serbia

    Blagojevic 4, 34, Filipovic 38, Vukovic 46, 61, Stefanovic 82

    GROUP I
    Germany 8 - 0 Ukraine

    Bühl 7, 58, 61, Gwinn 30, Magull 37, 42, 90+3, Leupolz 87
     
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  3. Bauser

    Bauser Member+

    Dec 23, 2000
    Norway
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    Fredrikstad FK


     
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  4. hotjam2

    hotjam2 Member+

    Nov 23, 2012
    Club:
    Real Madrid
    a record amount of teams are playing today, There's got to be something for everyone. Hopefully we'll hear from our half dozen forum regulars, though blissett can be forgiven since he ight of suffered a mild heart attack after Italy failed to score after their first 70 mins. vs mighty Malta, lol. Here's today's schedule

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    as for me, I still a bit bias for Germany, considerong how the US looked burned out the last couple of ames featuring the same old, same old lineup, i do feeel Germany is the hottest team in the world right now. Coach MVT was wrong to give her 'pups' so much playng time in the WC, but now she's reaping the benefits for it as the 18 year old Klara Buhl is the leading scorer for all Euro qualifier squads NVT also scrambled & picked several nwebies form the the current, hot Hoffenehim club. So far they havn't got any playing time but you would figure perhaps today against a weaker Greece squad. Germany so far blew apart their 3 qualifers with the total score of 36-0. Lets see if they contiue their mass destruction!
     
  5. blissett

    blissett Member+

    Aug 20, 2011
    Italy
    Club:
    --other--
    Nat'l Team:
    --other--
    Luckily for me, I missed the match vs Malta, so I didn't risk too much of a heartache. :giggle:

    At the moment, the match vs Bosnia Herzegovina is going much better: Italy leads by 2-0 at HT, had some more goal chances and especially is playing quite well: 79% possession, no risk whatsoever in defense and good combination actions in attack. Since Bosnia, despite being quite poor, was considered the 3rd force in this group, and in fact made 6 points against the minions and only lost by 2-0 to Denmark, I guess Italy, for a change, is doing a good job at the moment.

    I guess the fact that Italy's league started so late somehow crippled players' conditioning, but it looks like at this point they're coming out of it: the team I had seen vs Israel last month was seriously lacking physical fitness, the one I see today looks much better. Although Denmark's goal difference is virtually out of reach, I am confident that Italy could score again in 2nd half in this match.
     
  6. Bauser

    Bauser Member+

    Dec 23, 2000
    Norway
    Club:
    Fredrikstad FK
    Today's round-up:

    GROUP A
    Turkey 1 - 6 Slovenia

    Kara 90+1 - Prasnikar 12, 38, 41, Rozmaric 25, Zver 28(p), Kolbl 51

    Estonia 1 - 2 Kosovo
    Loo 22(p) - Uka 41, 56

    Netherlands 2 - 0 Russia
    Van de Donk 12, Miedema 60
    Spitse (NED) missed penalty (26)


    GROUP B
    Italy 2 - 0 Bosnia Herzegovina

    Girelli 3, Giugliano 28
    RC: Krso 89 (BIH)

    Georgia 0 - 2 Denmark
    Gejl 14, N.Sørensen 58


    GROUP C
    Belarus 0 - 1 Wales

    Rowe 82

    Faroe Islands 0 - 13 Norway
    Utland 8, C.Hansen 23(p), 40, 52, Eikeland 37, Herlovsen 53, 67, 78, Sævik 60, Engen 63, 77, Maanum 64, Thorsnes 87


    GROUP D
    Czech Republic 1 - 5 Spain

    Vonkova 89 - J.Sedlackova 7(og), Mariona 11, Bonmati 23, Paredes 35, Hermoso 79


    GROUP E
    Finland 8 - 1 Albania

    Westerlund 2, Kollanen 9, Franssi 17, Öling 19, Sällström 35, 75, 89, 90+4 - Kuikka 77(og)


    GROUP F
    Sweden 7 - 0 Slovakia

    Asllani 26, Hurtig 30, Sembrant 34, Björn 60, Blackstenius 65, 68, Rolfö 90

    Latvia 0 - 6 Iceland
    Fridriksdottir 17, 45+2, Brynjarsdottir 29, Jensen 50, Johannsdottir 81, M.Vidarsdottir 90+5


    GROUP G
    Kazakhstan 0 - 3 France

    Gauvin 58, Le Sommer 70, Katoto 89

    Serbia 0 - 1 Austria
    Billa 12


    GROUP H
    Romania 0 - 1 Belgium

    Deneve 9

    Switzerland 2 - 0 Croatia
    Crnogorcevic 9, Reuteler 31


    GROUP I
    Greece 0 - 5 Germany

    Popp 33, Oberdorf 40, Starke 66, Bremer 75, Bühl 90

    Rep. of Ireland 3 - 2 Ukraine
    McCabe 25, Jarrett 28, Shmatko 53(og) - Shmatko 34, Ovdiychuk 43
     
  7. SiberianThunderT

    Sep 21, 2008
    DC
    Club:
    Saint Louis Athletica
    Nat'l Team:
    Spain
    Good on Kosovo! They're having a banner WoSo year between this and UWCLQ
     
  8. Every Four Years

    May 16, 2015
    Johns Creek, Georgia
    Nat'l Team:
    India
    Good year for Kosovar football, men's and women's, I'll note, with the men's side recording wins over Bulgaria and the Czech Republic.
     
  9. JanBalk

    JanBalk Member+

    Jun 9, 2004
    Uppsala, Sweden
    Nat'l Team:
    Sweden
    Perhaps worth knowing is that Sweden was in both matches missing half of their four star/core* players and three other experienced players. So the next generation are doing just fine.

    * Seger and Fisher out for medical reasons while Lindahl and Asllani played.
     
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  10. Bauser

    Bauser Member+

    Dec 23, 2000
    Norway
    Club:
    Fredrikstad FK






     
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  11. Páll Guðmundsson

    Valur FC
    Iceland
    Sep 14, 2018
    Reykjavík
    Nat'l Team:
    Iceland
    A comfortable win for Iceland over Latvia. Fanndís Friðriksdóttir (Valur) with a brace. Dagný Brynjarsdóttir (Portland Thorns) with a header wearing a mask as she broke her nose just eight days ago. Elín Metta Jensen (Valur) with her sixth international goal of the year and the fourth in the competition. 19 year old Alexandra Jóhannsdóttir (Breiðablik) with her first international goal and Margrét Lára Viðarsdóttir (Valur) with goal number 79 adding to her record. Also, Rakel Hönnudóttir (Reading) played her 100th cap becoming the 10th Icelandic player to reach that mark.
     
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  12. Bauser

    Bauser Member+

    Dec 23, 2000
    Norway
    Club:
    Fredrikstad FK
    A brief summary of standings in the groups.

    GROUP A
    Netherlands .. 4 ... 12
    Slovenia ......... 4 ... 6
    Russia ........... 3 ... 6
    Kosovo .......... 3 ... 6
    Turkey ........... 4 ... 1
    Estonia .......... 4 ... 1

    Next matches:
    08-11-2019: TUR - NED
    12-11-2019: NED - SVN

    - o - o - o - o - o - o - o -


    GROUP B
    Denmark ....... 4 ... 12
    Italy .............. 4 ... 12
    Bosnia & H ... 4 ... 6
    Israel ............ 2 ... 0
    Georgia ......... 3 ... 0
    Malta ............ 3 ... 0

    Next matches:
    07-11-2019: MLT - ISR
    08-11-2019: ITA - GEO
    12-11-2019: ISR - BIH
    12-11-2019: ITA - MLT
    12-11-2019: DEN - GEO

    - o - o - o - o - o - o - o -


    GROUP C
    Norway .................. 3 ... 9
    Wales .................... 3 ... 7
    Belarus .................. 3 ... 3
    Northern Ireland .... 2 ... 1
    Faroe Islands ........ 3 ... 0

    Next matches:
    08-11-2019: NOR - NIR
    12-11-2019: NIR - WAL

    - o - o - o - o - o - o - o -


    GROUP D
    Spain .................... 2 ... 6
    Czech Republic .... 2 ... 3
    Poland ................. 0 ... 0
    Azerbaijan ........... 1 ... 0
    Moldova .............. 1 ... 0

    Next matches:
    07-11-2019: AZR - CZE
    10-11-2019: MDA - AZR
    12-11-2019: POL - ESP

    - o - o - o - o - o - o - o -


    GROUP E
    Finland ........ 2 ... 6
    Scotland ..... 1 ... 3
    Portugal ...... 1 ... 3
    Cyprus ........ 1 ... 0
    Albania ....... 3 ... 0

    Next matches:
    07-11-2019: FIN - CYP
    08-11-2019: ALB - SCO
    12-11-2019: POR - FIN

    - o - o - o - o - o - o - o -


    GROUP F
    Sweden ........ 3 ... 9
    Iceland ......... 3 ... 9
    Slovakia ....... 3 ... 3
    Hungary ....... 2 ... 0
    Latvia ........... 3 ... 0

    Next matches:
    08-11-2019: SVK - HUN
    12-11-2019: HUN - LVA

    - o - o - o - o - o - o - o -


    GROUP G
    Austria .................... 2 ... 6
    Serbia ..................... 3 ... 6
    France ..................... 1 ... 3
    North Macedonia .... 3 ... 3
    Kazakhstan ............. 3 ... 0

    Next matches:
    08-11-2019: MKD - AUT
    09-11-2019: FRA - SRB
    12-11-2019: AUT - KAZ

    - o - o - o - o - o - o - o -


    GROUP H
    Switzerland ...... 3 ... 9
    Belgium ........... 2 ... 6
    Croatia ............ 3 ... 3
    Romania ......... 1 ... 0
    Lithuania ......... 3 ... 0

    Next matches:
    08-11-2019: ROM - LTU
    08-11-2019: CRO - BEL
    12-11-2019: BEL - LTU
    12-11-2019: SUI - ROM

    - o - o - o - o - o - o - o -


    GROUP I
    Germany .............. 4 ... 12
    Rep. of Ireland ..... 2 ... 6
    Greece ................. 1 ... 0
    Montenegro ......... 2 ... 0
    Ukraine ................ 3 ... 0

    Next matches:
    06-11-2019: MNE - GRE
    12-11-2019: GRE - IRL


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    OTHER STATISTICS

    Top scoring teams
    31 - Germany
    26 - Norway
    16 - Sweden
    16 - Netherlands
    15 - Denmark

    Top scorers
    8 - Caroline G. Hansen (NOR)
    6 - Linda Sällström (FIN)
    6 - Klara Bühl (GER)
    5 - Lara Prasnikar (SVN)
    5 - Isabell Herlovsen (NOR)

    Top assists
    6 - Kosovare Asllani (SWE)
    5 - Milica Mijatovic (SRB)
    5 - Caroline G. Hansen (NOR)
    4 - Nicoline Sørensen (DEN)
    4 - Alexandra Popp (GER)
     
  13. SiberianThunderT

    Sep 21, 2008
    DC
    Club:
    Saint Louis Athletica
    Nat'l Team:
    Spain
    Germany certainly seem to be rolling... But their group is cake and they haven't even faced the #2 team yet. Hard to argue with nearly 8 goals per game, though. Same with Norway.

    Netherlands, Denmark, and Italy are also looking pretty comfy. Funny to see Kosovo and Russia tied!
     
  14. shlj

    shlj Member+

    Apr 16, 2007
    London
    Club:
    FC Nantes
    Nat'l Team:
    France
    The news came last month but has not been mentioned yet I think :
    VAR will be used in the UEFA Women's Champions League final and alongside goal-line technology at UEFA Women's EURO 2021.
     
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  15. blissett

    blissett Member+

    Aug 20, 2011
    Italy
    Club:
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    --other--
    As usual, I am not sure if Italian Federation's YouTube official account is geo-blocked or not: you'll let me know about that, guys.

     
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  16. hotjam2

    hotjam2 Member+

    Nov 23, 2012
    Club:
    Real Madrid
    can't find the UEFA woso rankings, but FIFA got #25 Ukraine over #32 Ireland. Germany's all ready played their two game series with UKR, coming out with identical, 8-0 blowouts(so take it then

    ahsame for Ukraine that they couldn't build on their upset win over Sweden in last fall's WC qualifiers. Definitely a lack of support at home as less than a thousand showed up for the recent German game even though it was played in Kiev's major/national stadium.

    can't say enuff; Germany's future looks bright! Coach MVT's pup's are maturing. Cheking the highlights , the 17 year old Oberdorf scores GE's 2nd goal, a newbie from Freiburg, Starke, scores the 3rd. 4th goal on the break(a rarity among the possession minded Germans), done by Pauline Bremer(could she be returning to her pre injuries,sensational 2014 u20 WC form?).last but not least, 18 year old Klara Buhl's goal(could this be finally Germany's foray into the world of athletic forwards? lol)

    and even after all this MVT is still holding wild cards as she's yet to unleash any players from the current phenom, ,Hoffenheim club


    the fwd with the sort of mohawk hair style looks like a possible up & coming star for Italy, What's her name & how old is she?
     
  17. shlj

    shlj Member+

    Apr 16, 2007
    London
    Club:
    FC Nantes
    Nat'l Team:
    France
    The ranking used for the qualification seedings had Ukraine at 17 and Ireland at 21.You can find them on the UEFA website in the Euros section.
     
  18. Every Four Years

    May 16, 2015
    Johns Creek, Georgia
    Nat'l Team:
    India
    You’re thinking of the UEFA coefficient, which UEFA uses for its own tournaments and ranks sides solely within UEFA.
     
  19. blissett

    blissett Member+

    Aug 20, 2011
    Italy
    Club:
    --other--
    Nat'l Team:
    --other--
    #94 blissett, Oct 11, 2019 at 1:08 PM
    Last edited: Oct 11, 2019 at 1:15 PM
    Manuela Giugliano is just 22 and she was part of the team that won Bronze Medal at U-17 WWC 2014 in Costa Rica (some of them made Senior NT in the subsequent years: Valentina Bergamaschi, Lisa Boattin, Annamaria Serturini, but Giugliano has surely grown into the most high-profile one among those U-17 bronze-medalists).

    The interesting part is that she's not a FW at all (and it could somehow be seen from the fact that she only converted one of the three clear cut chances she had in the match vs Bosnia): she's always been a MF, but in the last match coach Bartolini tried to move her forward, alongside Girelli and Giacinti.

    It could have been a move that was made only to break this particular opponent and that won't be repeated against more solid teams like Denmark, but it could even be that, while Bonansea keeps being out injured, Bartolini wants to try Giugliano again as an offensive midfielder. We're going to see in the next games.
     
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  20. Bauser

    Bauser Member+

    Dec 23, 2000
    Norway
    Club:
    Fredrikstad FK
    Attendances from October's Euro qualifying matches:

    23877 - Netherlands vs Russia (2-0)
    10444 - Spain vs Azerbaijan (4-0)
    9748 - Sweden vs Slovakia (7-0)
    5504 - Germany vs Ukraine (8-0)
    5328 - Rep. of Ireland vs Ukraine (3-2)
    5100 - Italy vs Bosnia Herzegovina (2-0)
    4552 - Denmark vs Bosnia Herzegovina (2-0)
    4512 - Switzerland vs Croatia (2-0)
    2702 - Finland vs Albania (8-1)
    1895 - Czech Rep. vs Spain (1-5)
    1428 - Hungary vs Sweden (0-5)
    1193 - Kazakhstan vs France (0-3)
    1073 - Romania vs Belgium (0-1)
    1050 - Slovenia vs Netherlands (2-4)
    1000 - Serbia vs Austria (0-1)
    1000 - Albania vs Portugal (0-1)
    764 - Malta vs Italy (0-2)
    510 - Greece vs Germany (0-5)
    500 - Belarus vs Norway (1-7)

    The remaining matches had less than 500.

    Some good numbers in there and an improvement from September's matches.
     
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  21. blissett

    blissett Member+

    Aug 20, 2011
    Italy
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    --other--
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    --other--
    Well, after three consecutive away matches in places with virtually no attendance, Itally finally came back playing on home ground, and it shows! :)
     
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  22. JanBalk

    JanBalk Member+

    Jun 9, 2004
    Uppsala, Sweden
    Nat'l Team:
    Sweden
    Same reason for the Swedish numbers, and the first match at home since WWC.
     
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  23. Bauser

    Bauser Member+

    Dec 23, 2000
    Norway
    Club:
    Fredrikstad FK
    I'm hoping for the same factor with Norway. They started this autumn with three away games and will play their first home qualifier post-WC in November in Stavanger. The highly promoted England friendly in September drew +10 000, but the first competitive qualifier against less attractive opponents (Northern Ireland) will be a litmus test if Gresshoppene are winning ground in the public eye. I'm guessing the attendance will end up somewhere in the 5000 to 10000 range. Probably the lower end of that. News on the ticket sales will come soon.
     
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  24. hotjam2

    hotjam2 Member+

    Nov 23, 2012
    Club:
    Real Madrid
    an update.; Hoffenheim has just beaten Bayern Munich, to take over a solid 2nd place in the Budesliga. The implications should be enormous; Munich had 13 former & current German NT's on it's roster, including 8 that made the WC squad, plus another 4 internationals that played at the recent WC as well

    Hoffenheim; zero WC players. if, NT coach MVT ever implement some of Hoff. players into her squad, I think Germany will be a LOCK IN to win the Euros in 2021.
     

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