Published: Sun, November 17, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Netherlands, Germany, Croatia And Austria Qualify For Euro 2020

Netherlands, Germany, Croatia And Austria Qualify For Euro 2020

The three-time champion advanced with a 4-0 win over Belarus on Saturday, with Toni Kroos scoring twice and steering his team top of Group C. Second-place Netherlands also qualified despite a 0-0 draw with Northern Ireland in Belfast.

Leon Goretzka scored four minutes after the break, and Ginter set up Kroos to mark his 95th game for Germany with the third goal in the 55th.

Steven Davis, who won his 116th cap, a record for a British midfielder, should have sent his side ahead but skied a penalty after half-an-hour, awarded when Joel Veltmans handled a cross.

The Netherlands, Germany and World Cup finalists Croatia expanded a list of big hitters to qualify for Euro 2020 on Saturday as the trio booked their places at next summer's finals.

Before the match there was a minute of silent in memory of Robert Enke, who committed suicide 10 years ago.

Two-goal Toni Kroos doesn't believe Germany are among the favourites for Euro 2020. Manuel Neuer pulled off a penalty save to deny Ihar Stasevich, in what was Die Mannschaft's sixth victory from seven qualifying games.

"I'm satisfied, there were some very good passing exchanges", said coach Joachim Low, who took over in 2006 and will be in charge at his seventh major tournament.

A win over Northern Ireland in Frankfurt on Tuesday will guarantee Loew's new-look side first place.

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Bruno Petkovic the put Croatia in front before Ivan Perisic sealed the deal.

Bayern Munich's David Alaba scored early while Stefan Lainer added his own three minutes into the second half, as Austria edged North Macedonia 2-1 at Ernst Happel Stadion.

Ginter, who landed the opener, carved out the third goal on 55 minutes when an exchange of passes on the right ended with Kroos calmly slotting beyond Hutar.

Wales kept their hopes of finishing second alive with a 2-0 win at Azerbaijan.

"We'll see how far we've come shortly before the tournament".

Belgium, who have already qualified, maintained their unbeaten qualifiers run with a 4-1 win over Russian Federation, securing the top spot in Group I.

Goals from Ryan Christie and John McGinn earned Scotland a 2-1 win at Cyprus in a dead rubber while Kazakhstan beat rock bottom San Marino 3-1.

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