2018 World Cup Qualifiers: Europe

England beat Slovakia in a Group F match played at Wembley on Monday night. Marcus Rashford’s mistake led to a goal from Slovakia to put the visiting team in front with only three minutes in the game. The English forward tried to help with the defence but it went all wrong leading to the goal. Tottenham Hotspur’s Eric Dier equalized for England from a corner delivered by Rashford in the 37th minute. England was under pressure to win on home soil and they kept pressing for a winning goal. The breakthrough for England came in the 59th minute through Marcus Rashford who rectified the mistake he made in the first half. Gareth Southgate’s side is still leading Group F with five points.

Belgium became the first European team to qualify for the 2018 Russia World Cup with a 2-1 victory over Greece in Athens on Sunday. Goals from the Spur’s Jan Vertonghen and Man United player Romelu Lukaku secured the qualification for Roberto Martinez’s side. The host Greece pulled one goal back through Zeca.

It was the seventh win for Belgium out of eight matches they played in Group H. The Belgians have already won the group leading second placed Bosnia-Herzegovina by eight points with only two matches to go. If you are a sports or casinos online fan, this is the team you should definitely bet on. The team joined already qualified countries such as Russia the host, Brazil, Japan, Iran, and Mexico.

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