Sweden runs with the big win in belarus in Orange
The Dutch national team, despite the 3-1 victory at Bulgaria close to elimination for the world cup in Russia. Sweden made the job for Orange Sunday even more difficult by the same group in Borisov with 0-4 from White-Russia to win.
Sweden is, therefore, in qualifying group A on sixteen points, three more than the Netherlands. Sweden also has a much better goal difference (+11 against +5). France, like Sweden, on sixteen points, but Sunday night is still a home game credit against Luxembourg.
As the Dutch national team on 7 October win in Russia, there is on the last day (10 October) at home against Sweden is probably a big win need to still second in the group. Or the Scandinavians should be three days before surprising the home, choking in Luxembourg, the number last in the group.
Only the group winners will position itself directly for the world cup next summer. The eight best songs two of the nine leagues may play-offs play to still a world cup ticket to conquer.
To the end position in the group to determine the goal difference above the mutual result. With twelve points is also Bulgaria, which is fourth in group A, yet not permanently disabled.
The last time that Amber was missing on the final round of a world cup was in 2002. Under Louis van Gaal ran the Netherlands when the tournament in Japan and South Korea wrong.
Big win Sweden in belarus
Sweden celebrates the 0-2
Nyman benefits of geschutter in the belarusian defence and scores.
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Sweden lost Thursday yet surprisingly with 3-2 in Bulgaria, but recovered in the republic of belarus perfect for this setback. After eighteen minutes, opened Emil Forsberg the score after a dieptepass of Mikael Lustig.
Even before the pause ran Sweden out to 0-3. Christoffer Nyman scored after a blunder of White-Russian defender Mikhail Sivakov. Marcus Berg, former player of PSV and FC Groningen, pushed the ball in after a pass from Forsberg. In the second half was also 0-4, by a used penalty from Andreas Granqvist, also a former Groningen.
In group H did Cyprus bad business with the eye on a ticket for the play-offs. Deep into injury time, the away game against Estonia with 1-0 lost by a goal by Mattias Kait.
Estonia thus remains stuck at the fourth place in the group, three points behind number one Greece, that Sunday night at home against Belgium. The ‘Red Devils’ can already for the world cup. A victory in Athens is enough for the team of coach Roberto Martinez.