“Even if we are happy now, we have already decided before the match not to continue,” the 62-year-old Czech coach told national television.
David Dodera (14), Tomas Chori (72), and Tomas Soucek (90+2) have previously scored for his team around Leverkusen striker Adam Hlozek. Moldova played superiorly from the 55th minute onwards and finished the group in fourth place.
In Ljubljana, German League star Benjamin Sisko finally put Slovenia on its way to participating in the European Championship against its rival, Kazakhstan. After the Leipzig player scored a penalty kick (41), the visitors only succeeded in temporarily equalizing through Ramazan Urasov (48), before Benjamin Verbic completed the home team’s success (86).
However, the Kazakhstans can still win a ticket for Germany in the qualifiers.
England remains unbeaten
Both ‘Today’s winners’ will travel to Germany as runners-up in their respective groups. Ahead of Italy, European Championship runner-up England, who had already won the group, remained unbeaten in North Macedonia by a 1-1 (0-1) margin after an own goal by the hosts at the end of the elimination. Due to the direct comparison, the Czech Republic was unable to overtake Albania, which successfully defended its lead with a goalless draw with the Faroe Islands. The Slovenians also had to finish the qualifiers with equal points behind group leader Denmark (0-2 in Northern Ireland).
The final place in Group D, which will be awarded through regular elimination, will be played out in a long-distance duel on Tuesday in Group D between Croatia and third-placed Wales in the World Cup. The remaining three places in the second final tournament in the history of the European Championship on German soil, which extends 63 years after the first show 35 years ago, will play in the qualifiers at the end of March in three tournaments, each of which includes four teams.
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