England vs Kosovo: England hopes to make it four out of four victories in Euro 2020, qualifying as the side of Kosovo Gareth Southgate in Southampton. The Three Lions weakened a 4-0 victory over Bulgaria at Wembley on Saturday, the Harry Kane hat-trick and Rakhim Sterling’s goal added brilliance to the score, which does not necessarily tell the whole story of the match.
11th September 2019
UEFA Euro Qualifying
Stadium: St Marys Stadium
Pos. Team MP GD P
1 England 3 +13 9
2 Kosovo 4 +2 8
3 Czech Republic 4 -2 6
4 Montenegro 4 -7 2
5 Bulgaria 5 -6 2
Southgate urged his players to urgency ahead of their second qualifying tournament in four days, and Kosovo – approved as a member of FIFA and UEFA in 2016 – may turn out to be a cunning visitor as they sit second in Group A – especially Vedat Murici, who was tied with Tottenham recently.
Kosovo has successfully started in qualifying and is currently unbeaten after four games, with two wins and two draws limiting significant growth since UEFA and FIFA welcomed it only three years ago. Kane and Southgate warned that despite the 4-0 score against Bulgaria, England was not all in its own way.
Three Lions, obviously, are of sufficient quality to win another routine victory, but perhaps it will be difficult for them if they start slowly in Southampton. Kosovo has made its way to qualification and is currently unbeaten after four games with two wins and two draws. This is a significant increase since UEFA and FIFA welcomed it just three years ago.
Kane and Southgate warned that, despite 4-0 against Bulgaria, England had no way. Since then, England has not lost a single one of its 41 qualifiers, and if they add the 33rd victory in this unbeatable period when they meet with Kosovo on Tuesday evening at St. Mary’s in Southampton, they will be on the verge of another final tournament, six points ahead of the Czech Republic, which finished third in Group A qualification with four games.
Nothing but a defeat will provide England with an extension of what is already the longest unbeaten selection among European parties in the second decade, and far ahead of its closest rivals – Spain, which lost 24 matches. The country declared independence from Serbia in 2008, but did not. Play your first official international match until 2014 and score only one point in the 2018 World Cup qualifier.
But four out of six wins in their League of Nations group and in the form of a goal scored by Fenerbach striker Vedat Mukiri and Werder Bremen midfielder Milot Rashits – the last injured for the game on Tuesday – blew up a nation played in the same sweat as Gibraltar and the Faroe Islands, up to second place in group A.
Recent Kosovo results show that this can be a daunting task, however, after they arrived from behind to beat the Czech Republic on Saturday and have not lost any of their four qualifiers to date.
Three Lions, obviously, are of sufficient quality to win another routine victory, but perhaps it will be difficult for them if they start slowly in Southampton. Harry Kane added his 23rd, 24th and 25th England goals to his account on Saturday to become just the 13th player. in the history of England, to win several hat-tricks for his country, and the first since Michael Owen took home his second ball after a friendly match with Columbia in 2005.
Kane’s trio against Bulgaria drove him outside the great Sir Jeff Hurst of England, ranking first in the scorers list, and although he still yields to his leader Wayne Rooney by about 28 shots, Southgate supported his captain – in anticipation of suitability – to break this record in time.
“I think it’s about fitness and how to avoid lasting injuries – things that you cannot control, but I would think that everything else really faces that,” said Southgate. This is something Gareth Southgate knows too well, but can catch a lot of people. The manager of the England team will hope that this does not apply to his players, and is working hard to prevent this.
Because on Tuesday in St. Mary, after the qualification group, which until now was one of the most forgiving in the country, faced with the same players who would face a talented team from Kosovo that would not miss a second. Kosovo has already paid the Bulgarians in Sofia with a score of 3: 2, they win by themselves, and then with a return of 2: 1 over the Czech Republic in order to take second place in the group and also make it 15 victories in a row.
“The reality is that there is a reason why only Bobby Charlton, Gary Lineker and Wayne Rooney got there, because it is such a difficult call to stay in shape, number one choice, concentration, long-term motivation that you need to be able to get games and get these goals.
It is this award, this international proclamation that they are a young nation, that electrically charges every match they play. Just as if finding your feet in the intern