In Group C, the situation was rather tense on Saturday with three teams vying for two directly qualifying places. Germany did not shudder when they beat Belarus 4-0 with goals from Ginter (41st), Goretzka (49) and Kroos (55 and 83) to take the lead with 18 points and guarantee his victory. access to the Euro 2020. The duel between the Netherlands and Northern Ireland resulted in a 0-0 split that does the business of the Dutch. The 'Oranje' have 16 points, three more than their opponents at night who are unfavorable ballast in direct confrontations. Northern Irish people are still hoping for a place in the play-offs.
In Group E, Croatia emerged from a difficult situation to secure a ticket and first place in the group with 17 points. Opposed Slovakia (10 pts), the vice-world champions were led 0-1 at the break but were able to turn the corner and win 3-1 thanks to the goals of Vlasic (55), Petokovic (60) and Perisic (74th) as well as the Slovak Mak (66th). In the other match of the group, Wales maintained their chances of qualifying by beating Azerbaijan 0-2. The Welsh (11 pts) and Hungary (12 pts) will compete for second place on Tuesday.
In Group G, Poland (22 pts) already qualified secured their first place by beating Israel 1-2 with goals from Krychowiak (4th) and Piatek (54th). Behind the Poles, Austria (19 pts) was stronger than Northern Macedonia (2-1) and won second place. Slovenia, 3rd with 14 pts, is definitely eliminated despite their 1-0 win against Latvia.
The final four direct tickets for the finals will be awarded at the end of the last day. The names of the 16 jumpers who will compete for the last four places of the Euro 2020 will also be known at that time.