Friday, 1 September 2017


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FIFA WORLD CUP 2018 - Positive records are recorded Cristiano Ronaldo and Romelu Lukaku with Portugal and Belgium national team. Both scored a hat-trick in the continued World Cup 2018 World Cup qualifier on Thursday (8/31/2017) or Friday morning GMT.

Portugal entertain the Faroe Islands in the continued World Cup 2018 World Cup qualifier. In the match the final score 5-1 to victory Portugal.

Three of Portugal's five winning goals scored by Ronaldo. Two other Selecção goals were scored by William Carvalho and Nelson Oliveira.

 Elsewhere, Belgium reaped a big win in the 2018 World Cup qualifying Group H match. They won with a 9-0 score over Gibraltar.

With class players Romelu Lukaku, Thomas Meunier, to Eden Hazard, Belgium so superior to the match that took place at the Maurice Dufrasne Stadium.

Lukaku and Meunier can score a hat-trick against Gibraltar, while three other goals are donated by Dries Mertens, Axel Witsel and Hazard.

In a fight that took place this hard has forced the referee issued two red cards to Witsel and Erin Barnett.

In another Group A party, France won a landslide victory 4-0 at home to Holland at the Stade de France.

The four goals, each created Antoine Griezmann, Thomas Lemar, and Kylian Mbappe.

The French national team picked up a 4-0 win over Holland in the 2018 European Club World Cup qualifier at the Stade de France on Thursday (31/08/2017) local time.

The four French winning goals each were scored by Antoine Griezmann (14 '), Thomas Lemar (73', 88 '), and Kylian Mbappe (90' + 2). Create Mbappe, this is the first time with the French national team.

He created the goal just hours after completing his transfer from AS Monaco to Paris Saint-Germain (PSG).

In this Group A match, France only takes 14 minutes to be able to open a 1-0 advantage.

After the first good chance of getting Laurent Koscielny in the tenth minute, Antoine Griezmann managed to break into the wicket which guarded Jasper Cillesen by utilizing feedback from Olivier Giroud.

The first half really mastered Paul Pogba et al. At least Les Blues, French nickname, could make eight shots and four of them on target.

Meanwhile, goalkeeper Hugo Lloris did not get much of a threat in the first half because the Netherlands only once created opportunities off the mark.

The Netherlands immediately made substitutions since the first minute of the second half by dragging Wesley Sneijder and entering Tonny Vilhena.

The changes did not change the situation because France still dominates the game and more often spread threats in De Oranje defense, the Dutch nickname.

French first good chance Paul Pogba created in the 53rd minute, after receiving feedback from Laurent Koscielny that can still be muted Cillesen.

Dick Advocaat's squad effort scored a more elaborate backlash after Kevin Strootman was rewarded a straight red card in the 61st minute. He committed a gross violation of Griezmann.

The advantage of the number of players to make France can double the advantage to 2-0 in the 73rd minute. The goal was created Thomas Lemar fired a shot from outside the penalty box.

Defending champion European Cup 2016, Portugal was not to be outdone by shaving the Faroe Islands with a score of 5-1 in Group B match.

Mega Real Madrid star, Cristiano Ronaldo scored a hat-trick and two other goals donated William Carvalho and Nelson Oliviera.

Lemar again listed his name on the scoreboard and made France 3-0 by maximizing bait from Griezmann.

Les Blues finally secured a 4-0 victory and Mbappe's closing goal was created in injury time. (Wisnu Nova Wistowo)

France 4-0 Netherlands (Antoine Griezmann 14 ', Thomas Lemar 73', 88 ', Kylian Mbappe 90' + 2)

France: 1-Hugo Lloris, 19-Djibril Sidibe, 21-Laurent Koscielny, 5-Samuel Umtiti, 3-Layvin Kurzawa, 11-Kingsley Coman (10-Alexandre Lacazette 80 '), 6-Paul Pogba, 13-N'Golo Kante, 8-Thomas Lemar, 9-Olivier Giroud (20-Kylian Mbappe 76 '), 7-Antoine Griezmann.

Netherlands: 1-Jasper Cillesen, 2-Timothy Fosu-Mensah, 3-Stefan De Vrij, 4-Wesley Hoedt, 5-Daley Blind, 8-Georginio Wijnaldum, 6-Kevin Strootman, 11-Arjen Robben, 10-Wesley Sneijder 16 -Tonny Vilhena 45 '), 7-Quincy Promes, 9-Vincent Janssen (19-Robin van Persie 64').


European qualifying results on Thursday (31/08/2017) local time:

Group A

Bulgaria 3-2 Sweden (Stanislav Manolev 12 ', Georgi Kostadinov 33, Ivailo Chochev 79' - Mikael Lustig 29 ', Marcus Berg 44')

France 4-0 Netherlands (Antoine Griezmann 14 ', Thomas Lemar 73', 88 ', Kylian Mbappe 90' ​​+ 2)

Luxembourg 1-0 Belarus (Daniel Da Mota 60 ')

Group B

Hungary 3-1 Latvia (Tamas Content 6 ', Adam Szalai 26', Balazs Dzsudzak 68 '- Gints Friemanis 40')

Portugal 5-1 Faroe Islands (Cristiano Ronaldo 3 ', 29', 65 ', William Carvalho 58', Nelson Oliviera 84 '- Rogvi Baldvinsson 38')

Switzerland 3-0 Andorra (Haris Seferovic 43 ', 62', Stephan Lichsteiner 67 ')

Group H

Belgium 9-0 Gibraltar (Dries Mertens 16 ', Thomas Meunier 18', 61 ', 67', Romelu Lukaku 21 ', 38', 84 ', Axel Witsel 27', Eden Hazard 45 ')

Cyprus 3-2 Bosnia-Herzegovina (Demetris Christofi 65 ', Vincent Laban 67', Pieros Sotiriou 76 '- Toni Sunjic 33', Edin Visca 44 ')

Greece 0-0 Estonia