Portugal in the qualifying match of the 2018 world Cup victory over Switzerland – 2:0.
The account was opened in the 41st minute thanks to an own goal from a Yohan Djourou, who deflected the ball into his own net. In the 57th minute, striker Andre Silva increased the lead by closing the transfer Joao Moutinho.
Note that in the starting lineup, Switzerland went from a former CSKA midfielder Steven Zuber. The midfielder played 66 minutes, and was then replaced by Blerim of the Post.
With this victory, the Portuguese team took first place in group B, which guarantee her direct entry to the 2018 world Cup. The Swiss, located on the second line, will conduct the play-offs.
Hungary in the final meeting beat Faroe Islands 1:0. The only goal was scored in the 81st minute, the author of which was striker Daniel Trouble. The former midfielder of “Anji” and “Dynamo” balázs Dzsudzsák played the whole game.
The national team of Latvia defeated Andorra 4:0. In the composition of the Latvian goals were scored by Davis Ikaunieks, Igor Tarassov, Valery Sabala who scored twice. Former goalkeeper “Moscow” Andrey Vanin, released in the starting lineup, had the game entirely.
Portugal – Switzerland – 2:0 (1:0)
Goals: Djourou, 41 – own goal (1:0). André Silva, 57 (2:0).
Portugal: Rui Patrício, Cédric Soares, Pepe, Jose Fonte, Eliseu (Antunes, 68), Bernardo Silva, Joao Moutinho, William Carvalho, João Mário (Danilo Pereira, 90+1), Cristiano Ronaldo, Andre Silva (Andre Gomes, 75).
Switzerland: Sommer, Lichtsteiner, Djourou, Cher, Rodriguez, Trailer (Zakaria, 46), Xhaka, Dzemaili (Zuber, 66), Shaqiri, Mehmedi (Ambolo, 66), Seferovic.
Warning: Freuler, 27. Eliseu, 45+1. Zakaria, 69.
Referee: Cuneyt Cakir (Turkey).
10 Oct. Lisbon. The Estadio da Luz.
Hungary – Faroe Islands – 1:0
Goal: Trouble 81.
Hungary: Gulacy, Kadar, Kuzmich, Clogs, Fiola, Dzsudzsák, Stieber (D. Nagy, 66), Patkai, A. Nagy, Ugrai (Sollai, 89), Appel (Trouble, 46).
Faroe Islands: Nielsen, Nes, Gregersen, Baldvinsson, Feret (Olsen, 88), Joensen, Jonsson, Benjaminsen (Hansson, 66), Wathaman, Edmundson, sørensen (Bartelstone, 73).
Warning: Benjaminsen, 18. Sorensen, 57. Baldvinsson, 62. Joensen, 85. A. Nagy, 90+2.
Judge: Reingruber (Israel).
10 Oct. Budapest. The Stadium, The Groupama Arena.
Latvia – Andorra 4:0 (2:0)
Goals: Ikaunieks, 11 (1:0). Sabala, 19 (2:0). Sabala, 59 (3:0). Tarasov, 63 (4:0).
Latvia: Vanin, Solovyov, Sergey Gabov (A. Vishnyakov, 65), Dubra, Kolesov, Tarasov, Klyushkin (Ulimbashev, 81), Indrans, Torres, Sabala, Ikaunieks (Uldrikis, 71).
Andorra: Gomez, Lima, M. Garcia, H. Rubio, Llovera Vieira (Riera, 87), Pujol, E. Garcia, Ropes, Alias (Juli Sanchez, 83), Clemente (Martinez, 63).
Warning: Lima, 55. E. Garcia, 55. Torres, 68. Uldrikis, 80.
Referee: Christoffersen (Denmark).
10 Oct. Riga. The Skonto Stadium.