The Danish football team today beat Armenia 1-0 in the debut in Group E of the European qualifiers towards the World Cup of Russia 2018, which also had the tie 2-2 against Kazakhstan Poland.
In Copenhagen, Denmark started on the right foot their way to Russia thanks to a goal by Christian Eriksen, who later missed a penalty, saved by goalkeeper Arsen Armenian Beglarian, the great figure of the encounter.
Different was the story for Poland, which let a 2-0 and finished tied 2-0 in their visit to Astana. Bartosz Kapustka and Robert Lewandowski, criminal, ahead of the visitors, but a double by Sergey Khizhnichenko in six minutes allowed the Kazakhs get a draw.
Coach Christoph Daum German could not successfully start their adventure with the selection of Romania. It was not the draw in Cluj against Montenegro (1-1) in a match that was summarized in two minutes of the final stretch. First with both Adrian Popa, who put the home side in 85 and two after, with Stevan Jovetic, who made the draw.
Everything went wrong for Romania, which had the victory in hand in the final stretch. But Nicolae Claudiu Stanciu missed a penalty in added time.
In Group F, he beats England 1-0 to Eslovaquiacon an agonized Adam Lallana goal in the debut of Sam Allardyce as manager. However, England is not the leader of the group F. The goal difference, harvested by the scoring in Malta, he led to the first place Scotland (1-5), who intends to return for the first time since 1998 to a major competition.
Hull City striker Robert Snodgrass English was the most benefited. He scored three of the five goals from Gordon Strachan combined. The other two were Chris Martin and Steven Fletcher. Malta, meanwhile, finished with nine players for the expulsion of Jonathan Caruana before the hour and Luke Gambin in the final stretch.