Have you heard of Sam Johnstone? The goalkeeper of England offered the evening phase in Europe! I assist brilliantly in the victory with Andorra. A big name, unique withdrawal from the national team


Sam Johnstone, the England goalkeeper, offered the evening phase in the World Championship preliminaries! The West Bromwich goalkeeper offered a fabulous assist in the victory with Andorra, which will not be forgotten too soon.

Titled in Saturday’s “training match”, the goalkeeper who plays in the Championship sent more than 50 meters with his hand, and Grealish managed to score in the 86th minute.

If Romania hopes to take second place and reach the dam, Hungary suffered another failure, after 0-1 with Albania, right in Budapest.

Sam Johnstone, fabulous assist in England’s victory! Fabianski, gala withdrawal from the Polish national team

If Sam Johnstone amazed the football world with the assist provided for Grealish, another special moment took place in the World Championship preliminaries: another goalkeeper, Lukasz Fabianski, ticked the last match for the Polish national team.

Results and rankings in the World Championship preliminaries

Group A: Azerbaijan – Ireland 0-3 (0-2)

They scored: Robinson ‘7, ’39, Ogbene ’90.

Ranking: Serbia – 14 points (6 matches), Portugal – 13 (5), Luxembourg – 6 (5), Ireland – 5 (6), Azerbaijan – 1 (6).

Group C: Switzerland – Northern Ireland 2-0 (1-0)

At the market: Zuber ’45 +3, Fassnacht ’90 +1.

– In the 37th minute, Jamal Lewis (Northern Ireland) was eliminated after receiving a second yellow card.

Group C: Lithuania 3-1 Bulgaria (1-0)

They scored: Lasickas ’18, Cernich ’82, ’84 / Despodov ’64.

Ranking: Italy – 14 points (6), Switzerland – 11 (5), Northern Ireland – 5 (5), Bulgaria – 5 (6), Lithuania – 3 (6).

Group F: Faroe Islands – Austria, score 0-2 (0-1);

They scored: Laimer ’26, Sabitzer ’48.

Group F: Moldova – Denmark, score 0-4 (0-4);

On the market: Skov Olsen ’23, Kjaer ’34, Norgaard ’39, Maehle ’44.

Group F: Scotland – Israel, score 3-2 (1-2);

Au marcat: McGinn ’30, Dykes ’57, McTominay ’90+4 / Zahavi ‘5, Dabbur ’32.

– Dykes (Scotland) missed a penalty in the 45 + 1 minute.

Ranking: Denmark – 21 points, Scotland – 14, Israel – 10, Austria – 10, Faroe Islands – 4, Moldova – 1.

Group I: Andorra – England 0-5 (0-2)

​Au marcat: Chilwell ’19, Saka ’40, Tammy Abraham ’58, Ward-Prowse ’79, Grealish ’87.

Group I: Hungary – Albania 0-1 (0-0)

A mark: Number ’80.

Group I: Poland 5-0 San Marino (2-0)

Au marcat: Swiderski ’10, Palazzi ’20 (a), Kedizora ’50, Buksa ’85, Friday ’90 +1.

Ranking: England – 19, Albania – 15, Poland – 14, Hungary – 10, Andorra – 3, San Marino – 0.


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