3-1: Belgium turns Bale’s Wales upside down

Nor the love that processes Gareth Bale for Welsh It was enough to show that the British team has what it takes to fight a top team like Belgium, which took all three points (3-1) in its debut in the qualifying phase for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar (Group E).

And that the afternoon did not start well for those of Robert
Martinez. An absolute game of the Welsh ended in a pass of Bale for Harry
Wilson, who beat Courtois (11 ‘). Belgium was not in a hurry, aware of its offensive power, and it did not take long for its dominating effect to be reflected on the scoreboard. A right hand from De Bruyne from outside the area it was a draw (22 ‘) and minutes later Thorgan Hazard He already turned the head marker (28 ‘).

With that advantage, and also with the dominance of the game, he played Belgium until Romelu lukaku, from the penalty spot, he scored the third (73 ’) in a match in which, less in his goal, Welsh he did not disturb Courtois again.

Beating from the Czech Republic

The one that has presented a serious candidacy on this first day has been the Czech Republic, who nailed a monumental beating to Estonia in the other match of Group E (2-6). Although Silhavy’s team began by fitting somewhat of the work of Sappinen (12 ‘), he immediately got on the batteries and driven by Soucek, author of a hat trick (32 ‘, 43’ and 48 ‘), plus the goals of Schick (18 ‘), Barak (27 ‘) and Jankto (56 ‘), swept Estonia, which made up the score thanks to Anier (86 ‘).