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BALL – Results of the 4th round (League of Nations)



BALL - Results of the 4th round (League of Nations)

Results of the 4th round of the group stage of the League of Nations.

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Group 1:

France-Croatia, 0:1

(Luka Modric, 5′ gp)

Denmark-Austria, 2:0

(Jonas Wind, 21′, Andreas Skov Olsen, 37′)

Group 2:

(Seferovic 1′)

Spain-Rep. Czech Republic, 2:0
(Carlos Soler, 24′ and Sarabia, 75′)

Group 3:

England-Hungary, 0-4

(Roland Sallay, 16′ and 70′, Zsolt Nagy, 80′ and Daniel Rich, 89′)

Germany – Italy, 5:2

(Kimmich 10′, Gundogan 45+4′, Thomas Müller 51′ and Timo Werner 68′ and 69′); (Wilfried Gnonto 78 and Alessandro Bastoni 90 + 4)

Group 4:

Netherlands-Wales, 3-2

(Noah Lang 17′, Cody Gakpo 23′ and Depay 90+3); (Brennan Johnson 26′ Gareth Bale 90+2 d)

Poland – Belgium, 0:1

(Michi Batshuayi 16′)

League B

Group 1:

Armenia-Scotland, 1-4

(Vahan Bichakhchyan 6′); Stuart Armstrong 14′ and 45+1, John McGinn 50′ and Che Adams 54′)

Ukraine-Rep. Ireland, 1-1

(Artem Dovbyk 47′); (Nathan Collins, 31′)

Group 2:

Iceland-Israel, 2-2

(Thorsteinsson 9′ and Helgason 60′); (Gretarsson 35’pb and Dor Peretz 67′)

Group 3:

Romania-Montenegro, 0-3

(Stefan Mugosha 42′, 56’e 63′)

Bosnia and Herzegovina-Finland, 3-2

(Miralem Pjanic, 5′, Dzeko, 29′ and 58′); (Buck 10 and Benjamin Kallman 18)

Group 4:

Norway-Sweden, 3:2
(Haaland 10’e 54′ (h), Sorloth 88′; Forsberg 62′ Djokeres 90+5′)

Slovenia – Serbia, 2:2
(Cherin, 48′ and Sesko, 53′; Zivkovic, 8′ and Mitrovic, 35′)

League C

Group 1:

Turkey-Lithuania, 2:0

(Kaan Ayhan 37 and Chalkhanoglu 54 w.p.)

Luxembourg-Faroe Islands, 2-2

(Gerson Rodriguez, 12 minutes, sn and Christopher Martins Pereira, 49 minutes); Joannes Bjartalid 57′ and 59′)

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Group 2:

Northern Ireland-Cyprus, 2-2

(Paddy McNair 71′ and Johnny Evans 90+4); (Andronikos Kakullis 32 ‘e 51’)

Greece-Kosovo, 2-0
(Yakumakis 71′ and Mantalos 90+9′)

Group 3:

Kazakhstan-Slovakia, 2-1

(Vorogovskiy 18′ and Astanov 39′); (Matus Bero 51′)

Azerbaijan-Belarus, 2-0

(Mahir Emreli, 76′ and Ramil Sheydayev, 90+3′)

Group 4:

Macedonia – North Gibraltar, 4:0
(Bardi 4′, Miovski 14′ and 16′ and Churlinov 31′)

Georgia-Bulgaria, 0-0

League D

Group 1:

Moldova-Andorra, 2-1

(Mikhail Kaimakov 26’gp and Ion Nicolaescu 50’gp); (Marcio Vieira 45+4′)

Liechtenstein-Letonia, 0:2

(Gutkowski 20 ‘e 28’)

Group 2:

Malta-San Marino, 1:0
(Muscat 50′)

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