Euros: Germany & Belgium remain perfect

Andorra 0-4 France

France retained top spot in Group H a comprehensive 4-0 victory on Tuesday evening.

Mbappe grabbed the lead for Les Bleus in the 11th minute while Wissam Ben Yedder and Florian Thauvin gave Didier Deschamps’ troops a commanding 3-0 lead before the break, with Mbappe assisting Thauvin for the third goal on the stroke of halftime.

Kurt Zouma took the game away from Andorra on the hour-mark by netting the fourth goal for Les Bleus.

Germany 8-0 Estonia

Germany maintained their perfect record in the UEFA European Championship Qualifying after crushing Estonia 8-0 in their third match of Group C on Tuesday evening in Mainz.

Marco Reus, Serge Gnabry, Leon Goretzka, IIkay Gundogan gave Germany a 5-0 lead going in to the break, with Reus getting a brace in the first stanza while Gnabry completed his brace with another goal in the second stanza.

Timo Werner and Leroy Sane scored late goals for Die Mannschaft to complete the rout.

Germany clocked nine points in Group C after three matches but had to settle for second spot behind leaders Northern Ireland, who have played four and won four.

Belgium 3-0 Scotland

Romelu Lukaku scored a brace as Belgium kept their perfect record in Group I with a 3-0 victory over Scotland on Tuesday evening in Brussels.

After missing a couple of chances in the early stages of the first stanza, Lukaku finally broke the deadlock for Belgium on the stroke of halftime and made it 2-0 for Roberto Martinez’s charges three minutes before the hour-mark for his second goal of the match.

Kevin De Bruyne sealed the result deep in stoppage time making it 3-0, as Belgium clinched their fourth consecutive victory in Group I.

Italy 2-1 Bosnia and Herzegovina

Italy came from behind to sink Bosnia and Herzegovina 2-1 and maintained their 100 percent record in Group J on Tuesday evening in Turin.

Eden Dzeko broke the deadlock For Bosnia and Herzegovina in the 32nd minute, but Lorenzo Insigne levelled matters for Roberto Mancini’s charges four minutes after the break and provided an assist for Marco Verratti’s winner four minutes before time.

The Azzurri top Group J with 12 points after winning all their four matches while Bosnia, while Herzegovina are second-from bottom with four points after the same number of matches.

Hungary 1-0 Wales

Wales suffered their second consecutive defeat in Group E after going down 1-0 against Hungary on Tuesday evening in Budapest.

Gareth Bale and company were looking to bounce back after a narrow defeat against Croatia this past weekend but Mate Patkai piled pressure on manager Ryan Giggs as he netted the winner for Hungary with ten minutes remaining.

Wales dropped to fourth on the table with only three points from as many matches while Hungary claimed top spot with nine points in Group E, although they have played four matches.

Other Results:

Kazakhstan 4-0 San Marino

Azerbaijan 1-5 Slovakia

Albania 2-0 Moldova

Belarus 0-1 Northern Ireland

Greece 2-3 Armenia

Iceland 2-1 Turkey

Liechtenstein 0-2 Finland

Russia 1-0 Cyprus

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