Kovacic beats Turkey with double score
Watch Croatia vs Turkey Highlights as Coratia’s Mateo Kovacic scores two goals assuring the victory of Croatia at Timsah Arena at euro 2024 qualifiers.
As of the victory, Croatia levels with Wales scoring 4 points and both teams tops the group D in the euro 2024 Qualifiers.
Scotland tops the Group A, Switzerland and Romania tops the Group I in the Euro 2024 Qualifiers.
Croatia vs Turkey Highlights
After had a 1-1 draw in the last week games with wales, they had a victory in Bursa. Croatia’s goals looked like a luck, With only Kovacic , the chelsea player have scored three times for his country in this 91 appearences.
Georgia and Norway played out a 1-1 draw in Tbilisi in Euro 2024 Qualifying to leave Scotland in control of Group A.
A Scott McTominay double handed Steve Clarke‘s side a famous victory over Spain at Hampden Park, with Scotland three points clear at the top of the group and five ahead of Norway after two matches.
Stale Solbakken’s outfit took the lead against Georgia through Alexander Sorloth’s excellent opener but it was cancelled out by Georges Mikautadze on the hour mark.
Switzerland maintained their 100 per cent start in Group I as they cruised to a 3-0 win over Israel in Lancy, with goals from Ruben Vargas, Zeki Amdouni and Silvan Widmer.
Elsewhere in Group I, early goals from Nicolae Stancui and Andrei Burca set up Romania for a 2-1 win over Belarus in Bucharest, but the visitors kept battling and reduced the deficit through Vladislav Morozov four minutes from time.
Andorra lie above Belarus in the table, with Albert Rosas his country’s hero as he salvaged a rare point for the principality after a 1-1 draw in Kosovo, shortly after Edon Zhegrova gave the hosts a 59th-minute lead. The European Qualifiers have been in the peak and for more information about Croatia vs Turkey Highlights visit Uksports.
Belgium victory over Germany
Belgium battled to a 3-2 friendly win in Germany to make it two wins from two matches for new manager Domenico Tedesco, while piling pressure on the embattled Euro 2024 hosts.
With both teams eager to bounce back from their shock group-stage World Cup exits in December, it was Belgium who were the better side in Cologne, earning their first victory over the Germans since 1954.
Germany were completely outclassed in the first half, as Belgium attacked at will and took the lead with a superb five-pass move from deep in their own half as Yannick Carrasco, unmarked and with lots of space on the left, rifled home in the sixth minute.
Before the hosts had any time to recover, Belgium struck again after some more woeful German defending, with Kevin De Bruyne slipping the ball through to Romelu Lukaku to finish from inside the box.
The Belgium striker had also scored a hat-trick in their 3-0 win over Sweden in their opening Group F Euro 2024 Qualifier on Friday and he could have added another goal in the 20th minute when he rattled the bar with a powerful header.
Germany, who beat Peru 2-0 on Saturday in their first international since their World Cup exit in Qatar, earned a penalty on the stroke of half-time and forward Niclas Fullkrug converted for his sixth goal in six international matches.
Despite a livelier second half, the hosts conceded a third as De Bruyne finished from another swift Belgium move.
Serge Gnabry cut the deficit in the 88th minute but it was not enough to relieve the pressure on Germany boss Hansi Flick. For more information about Germany vs Belgium match visit Uksports.