France to restore prestige and Ronaldo to make history

The European qualifying wheel for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar returns today, Wednesday, in the fourth round, almost two months after the conclusion of the European Cup, with France trying to restore its prestige, Denmark continuing its splendor and the Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo making history. In the prime group competitions, Ronaldo, recently returned from Italian Juventus to Manchester United, will try when his country hosts Ireland to surpass his 109 goals in national team, hoping to become the national team’s all-time top scorer, a record which he currently shares with former Iranian international Ali Daei. With seven points in solid, like second Serbia, who imposed a 2-2 draw in March, Portugal can take advantage of Ireland to temporarily distance themselves from the lead, especially because questlast suffered two defeats in the prime two games. In Group D, France, after its bankruptcy in European Cup, will have to restore the spirit of confidence to its ranks when it receives the national team of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Didier Deschamps’ men lead the group with seven points, four points clear of Ukraine, which heads to Kazakhstan, bottom of the table, with an orphan point, behind Finland, which has two points. In group F, Denmark is in head, after having imposed a surprise in the last continental championship, when it arrived in semifinal, permanently in head reaching full points in three games played so far. And in Wednesday’s second game against Scotland, Denmark can move away from the seven-point lead in case of victory. In Group G, and with the return of coach Louis van Gaal to the leadership of the Dutch national team, succeeding Frank de Boer, who resigned after his team was eliminated from the European Cup final, team “Mills” will face the test of Norway on Wednesday in Oslo. In the same group, third Slovakia with five points will try to escape the ambush of their fifth host nation, Slovenia (3 points).

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