Spain and Scotland are guaranteed Euros with a goal from Gavi. Norway had to beat Spain at home to secure the main stage of the Euros. But they could not do that. Norway lost 1-0 to Spain at home on Sunday (October 15) night. In this, Spain confirmed the main stage from the ‘A’ group of the Euro qualifiers. And with Spain’s victory, Scotland is also confirmed to play in the next Euro.
Killing two birds with one stone seems to be the same thing. On Sunday, the hosts entered the field in a life-and-death match in Oslo, the capital of Norway. However, Norway did not get along with Spain in the end. Barcelona footballer Gavi’s goal in the 49th minute of the match made the difference in the match.
The win not only took Spain into the main stage of the Euros, Scotland also qualified for the main stage. The 2010 World Cup champions were quite ahead in ball possession and attack from Norway throughout the match.
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Former champions Spain are at the top of Group A with 15 points from 5 wins in 6 matches. Scotland are second with equal points. And Norway is third with 10 points in seven matches. They have one match left.
Meanwhile, Türkiye has confirmed the main stage of the Euros from ‘D’ group. They beat Latvia 4-0 on Sunday to book their ticket to Germany. And in the other match of ‘D’ group, Croatia lost 2-1 to Wales. Turkey is at the top of Group D with 16 points from 7 matches. And with 10 points in 6 matches, Wales and Croatia are on the second and third of the table respectively.