BREMEN – Six former SV Werder Bremen players will play for their home countries at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. While Davy Klaassen had a somewhat disappointing result with the Netherlands, Josh Sargent was able to celebrate a sense of achievement with the USA – even if it wasn’t enough to win.
Although a help from Davy Claussen came Netherlands vs Ecuador Not beyond a 1-1 draw. Ex-dependency Werder Bremen Jackson intercepted Mendes’ pass in the sixth minute and immediately passed the ball to Cody Kakpo, who scored early to make it 1-0. As a result, Ecuador tore it up in the opening game W.M 2-0 win against Qatar, but continued to tie the game after the break. Pervis Estupinen’s shot was denied by Netherlands keeper Andries Nobert, but Enner Valencia converted the rebound to make it 1-1.
Already in the first round Ecuador Scored a goal, but it was disallowed due to an offside position. After 69 minutes the working day ended Davy Claussen Finally finished, no hits fell after that. The NetherlandsHe missed out on a 2-0 win over Senegal in their first group game W.M– Round 16 The Netherlands are on top of Group A along with Ecuador. Senegal are in third place after beating Qatar 3-1. Qatar, who will face the Netherlands on the final day of the group stage (Tuesday, 4pm), are already out.
Former Werder-Bremen pros at 2022 World Cup: Davy Klaassen and Josh Sargent get one point each
On the other hand, a surprise point victory was achieved Former Werder Bremen professional Josh Sergeant And this America: vs England, after it was considered the home of soccer, the Americans struggled to a 0-0 draw. The English were particularly frustrated in attack and created no chances, with striker Harry Kane missing a superb one in the tenth minute. The U.S. also had some great chances, the biggest coming from Christian Pulisic, whose shot landed on the crossbar.
Josh Sargent, initially on the bench, was finally switched on in the 83rd minute, but didn’t get a chance to score. for that America In the first group match, Wales were held to a 1-1 draw in a goalless drawAlready the second draw in this W.M. In the table, the Americans are third with two points. England Leads Group B with four points. Iran (three points) are second and Wales (one point) last. On the final day of group play (Tuesday, 8 p.m.), the U.S. meets Iran. (no)
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