Nations League match results on 22 September: France, Netherlands and Croatia win

The results of the Nations League matches on Thursday 22 September: Croatia beat Denmark and jumped to 1st place in Group A1. Victories also for Holland, France and Belgium.

Author: Alessio Morra

France finds success in League of Nations and try to avoid the last place in the primacy of the group, which now belongs to Croatia that beat Denmark 2-1 at home. While in the other group, Holland and Belgium won and will play for the record on the last day of next Sunday.

At Saint-Denis la France we played a lot. The current champions of the Nations and especially the World Cup were the last in the group. It took a while to beat Austria. At halftime the score was always the starting one. In the second half, Maignan left due to injury and scored Mbappe AND Giroud, with his 49th career goal for the national team. 2-0 and overtaking the Austrians. But the strong overtaking in Group A made it there Croatia that by beating Denmark 2-1 they take the first place in the group. At the moment, Croatians are in the Final Four. Sosa and Majer goals. Primacy will be decided remotely. On the last day, Denmark-France and Austria-Croatia are played.

Kevin De Bruyne is still a great protagonist, goals and assists in Belgium – Wales.
Kevin De Bruyne is still a great protagonist, goals and assists in Belgium – Wales.

In Group A4 the Belgium liquidated Wales, but remained -3 ofNetherlands who, thanks to goals from Gakpo and Bergwjin, beat Poland 2-0. Atalantino Koopmeiners was immediately released due to injury. The oranges maintain a 3-point lead and have Final Four qualification in their pocket. Because the Netherlands must lose with 4 goals for Belgium to leave, or even 3 with a score of 1-4 up.

In the minor leagues of the League of Nations, victories outside Azerbaijan and Andorra and 3-3 between Turkey and Luxembourg.

Nations League match results for Thursday, September 22

  • Croatia-Denmark (Group A1) 2-1
  • France-Austria (Group A1) 2-0
  • Belgium-Wales (Group A4) 2-1
  • Poland-Netherlands (Group A4) 0-2
  • Lithuania-Faroe Islands (Group C1) 1-1
  • Turkey-Luxembourg (Group C1) 3-3
  • Slovakia-Azerbaijan (Group C3) 1-2
  • Liechtenstein-Andorra (Group D1) 0-2

Source: Fan Page IT