Tournament qualifiers start, 10 matches on first day
Zanedinov, Yuri and Yan scored goals from Kazakhstan
Holland, Slovakia, Belgium and Croatia also won their own matches
Astana The UEFA Euro Cup qualifiers to begin in 2020 have started. On the first day, the world number 117 team of Kazakhstan defeated the 40th ranked Scotland 3-0. This victory for Kazakhstan is quite big, because in 16 matches of the last three qualifying events, it has managed to win only one. He had also lost in the World Cup qualifying campaign and the National League last year.
Yuri Parthasuk opens a goalkeeper account of Kazakhstan
In the sixth minute of the match, hosts Yuzhen Pertsuk of Kazakhstan made the team go ahead 1-0. In the 10th minute Yan Voroghovsky scored the goal and scored 2-0 in favor of his team. It's been a score of half time. In the 51st minute, Kazakhstan's Bakhtiyar Zanidinov scored the goal and made the team forward 3-0. Due to the 4-3-3 formation in the match, Scotland's manager Alex McCleed suffered a lot of criticism after the match.
Holland defeated Belarus 4-0, Manfish Depp scored 2 goals
Holland also defeated Belarus 4-0 in the first day's play. Memphis Dip was the hero of Holland's victory. In the first minute of the match, Menfis gave the team an edge over the goal. After this, Jorgeio scored in the 21st minute and Holland went ahead 2-0. It's been a score of half time. In the 55th minute, Memphis Dipay scored another goal on penalties to score 3-0. In the 86th minute, Virgil van Zik also scored a 4-0 defeat to Belarus. Holland's next match will be against Germany on Sunday.
Croatia beat Azerbaijan 2-1
There were 10 matches on the first day of the Euro qualifiers. In other matches, Northern Ireland scored Estonia 2-0, Croatia made Azerbaijan 2-1, Slovakia made it 2-0, Poland won 1-0, Austria beat Latvia 3-1, Belgium Russia beat 3-1, Cyprus defeated San Marino 5-0. Israel and Slovenia have a 1-1 draw in the match.
55 teams qualifier match for 20 seats in Euro Cup-2020
UEFA Euro Cup is to be next year. For the Euro Cup, 55 teams will pass through the qualifier round. Only 20 of these teams will get entry in Euro Cup. In June-July next year, Euro Cup matches will be played in 12 countries. 7 matches will be played at London's famous Wembley Stadium. These include finals, 2 semi-finals, a match of round-of-16 and 3 group matches.