Portugal achieves qualification for the Qatar 2022 World Cup | News


The Portuguese national soccer team qualified for the Qatar 2022 World Cup on Tuesday by defeating its similar team from North Macedonia by a score of two goals to zero, in the final match of the European playoffs.


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Two goals from Bruno Fernandes They made Portugal break North Macedonia, which, although they tried, were dominated in all lines by the team led by Fernando Santos, who only allowed three shots.

Portugal will modify its eighth pass to the biggest football event in the world, sixth in a row and its captain, Cristiano Ronaldowill have the chance to play in his fifth World Cup and score a goal, which would make him the first player to score in five World Cups.

In the other play-off final with a view to Qatar, Poland beat Sweden by a score of two goals to nil.

The Polish squad sustained their victory with goals from Robert Lewandoski (penalty) and Piotr Zielinski, in a match in which the Swedish squad controlled possession of the ball with 61 percent, but ran into the Italian Juventus goalkeeper, Wojciech Szczęsny, who used a luxury performance.

Within the European qualifiers, Portugal and Poland joined the already qualified Serbia, Spain, Switzerland, France, Belgium, Denmark, Netherlands, Croatia, England, Germany, awaiting the postponed match between Ukraine and Wales.

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