Late Scares Overcome as France and Belgium Qualify for Euro 2024


Late Scares Overcome as France and Belgium Qualify for Euro 2024

Late scares overcome as france and belgium qualify for euro 2024 score

France and Belgium both narrowly clinched one-goal victories on Friday night, guaranteeing their spots in the upcoming Euro 2024

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tournament as the first teams to qualify. Despite late scares, Belgium, playing with 10 men, managed a 3-2 win in Vienna, securing a top-two finish in Group F and a place in the finals in Germany. Meanwhile, France secured their qualification with a 2-1 victory over the depleted Dutch in Amsterdam, courtesy of two goals from Kylian Mbappe.

In the intense match in Amsterdam, Mbappe netted his 42nd international goal, surpassing French legend Michel Platini and securing the fourth position on the all-time list. Quilindschy Hartman responded for the Dutch on his debut, but Mbappe’s late effort hit the crossbar, narrowly missing his hat-trick.

France coach Didier Deschamps expressed his satisfaction with the team’s achievements, highlighting their six wins, 13 goals scored, and only one conceded in the qualification campaign. He emphasized the importance of not trivializing their success.

Meanwhile, in Dublin, Greece’s 2-0 victory over Ireland eliminated the Irish and provided them with a lead over the Dutch. Giorgos Giakoumakis and Giorgos Masouras scored in the first half for the 2004 European champions, positioning them three points clear of the Netherlands, whom they are set to face in Athens on Monday.

Belgium, maintaining their unbeaten record, weathered a comeback from Austria in Vienna, ultimately prevailing 3-2 despite being reduced to 10 men. With a goal from Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal secured their seventh consecutive victory in Group J, ensuring a top-two finish with 21 points. Slovakia, although staying second in the group, faced increasing pressure from their pursuing opponents.

Luxembourg drew 1-1 in Iceland, closing the gap to two points behind Slovakia, with their upcoming match against the second-placed team set to be a crucial fixture. Bosnia and Herzegovina secured a 2-0 victory over Liechtenstein, with first-half goals from Amar Rahmanovic and Miroslav Stevanovic.


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