Update Football results today 12/11, with the focus on international friendly matches with the participation of a series of big men such as the Netherlands, Germany, Italy …
Football results today 12/11
International friendly Football results today 12/11
– Lithuania 2-1 Faroe Islands
– Malta 3-0 Liechtenstein
– Montenegro 0-0 Kazakhstan
– Romania 5-3 Belarus
– San Marino 0-3 Latvia
– Bulgaria 3-0 Gibraltar
– Turkey 3-3 Croatia
– Denmark 2-0 Sweden
– Luxembourg 0-3 Austria
– Belgium 2-1 Switzerland
– Germany 1-0 Czech Republic
– Italy 4-0 Estonia
– Netherlands 1 – 1 Spain
– Poland 2-0 Ukraine
– Portugal 7-0 Andorra
– Slovenia 0-0 Azerbaijan
– France 0-2 Finland
Major Highlights Football results today 12/11
The Netherlands is inconclusive against Spain
In one day of silence, the Netherlands and Spain were inconclusive.
Although they have to play away from home, however, Spain is the team that entered more confidently. Right in the second minute, coach Luis Enrique’s army had a situation to intimidate the opponent’s goal, but Morata shot the ball to the wrong post.
Minutes later, Spain continued to play prominently and this team had a goal to take the lead in the 18th minute thanks to midfielder Canales.
Spain has a goal to take the lead – Football results today 12/11
Coach Luis Enrique’s men continued to be the dominant players for the remainder of the first half, though no more goals were scored. The two teams entered the break with a temporary advantage in favor of Spain.
The second half started, coach De Boer made a change in the Dutch squad and right in the 47th minute Donny van de Beek brought the game back to the starting line.
Van de Beek put the match back to the starting line in the second half
The next few minutes, in a row, were tit-for-tat situations from the two teams. Both the Netherlands and Spain have had tenets to finish off the opponent, however, in a day that proved too ungainly, no more goals were scored.
In the end, the Netherlands and Spain held each other with a 1-1 draw. This was the 5th consecutive match “Orange tornado” without knowing the smell of victory.
- Final: Netherlands 1-1 Spain
- LINE UP:
Netherlands: Bizot; Hateboer, Veltman, Ake, Wijndal; Van de Beek, F.de Jong, Wijnaldum; Berghuis, Depay, L.de Jong
Spain: Simon; Bellerin, Eric Garcia, Inigo Martinez, Gaya; Canales, Rodri, Koke, Asensio; Gerard Moreno, Morata
Portugal won the day Ronaldo returned
With outstanding class, Portugal had an easy victory over Andorra.
Given the nature of a test match, Portugal only launched Team B with the majority of young players. However, coach Fernando Santos’s army easily controlled the game and put it in front of the net with Neto after 8 minutes.
Portugal soon had a goal to take the lead
Minutes later, Portugal continued to dominate in control of the ball. Fernando Santos’s army repeatedly had dangerous situations and one of them was converted into a goal in the 29th minute by Paulinho.
During the remainder of the first half, Portugal continued to dominate, but did not score any more goals. The two teams entered the break with a temporary advantage in favor of the home team.
In the second half, coach Fernando Santos decided to bring two superstars Cristiano Ronaldo and Bernando Silva into the field. Soon after, Ronaldo made his mark with a classy assist to help Sanches increase the score to 3-0 for Portugal.
Ronaldo had 1 goal and 1 assist in this match
In the next few minutes, the match completely belonged to Portugal. The army of coach Fernando Santos controlled the ball up to 84% and quickly got 4 more goals thanks to 3 goals from Paulinho, Felix and Ronaldo and an own goal from the Andorra defender.
In the end, Portugal won a fierce victory at home, thereby having a perfect momentum before the great French war in the Nations League.
- Final: Portugal 7-0 Andorra
- LIEN UP:
Portuguese: Lopes (GK); Semedo, Duarte, R.Semedo, Rui; Moutinho, Oliveira, Sanches, Trincao, Paulinho; Neto.
Andorra: Gomes (GK); Rubio, Rodrigues, E. Garcia, Rebes, M.Garcia; Martinez, Cervos, Pujol; Sanchez, Vieira
France Tel received its first failure in 2020
Despite playing at home and only having to welcome a much weaker opponent, coach Deschamps’ army suddenly had to lose.
Welcoming Finland at home, Coach Deschamps has launched a relatively high-quality team with the participation of Europe’s top stars.
Les Bleus quickly took control of the game and pressed the opponent right after the opening whistle, however, the opening goal was not yet available for the World Cup champions.
In the next few minutes, Finland gradually regained its position and suddenly happened. In just 4 minutes, coach Deschamps’ army had to receive 2 consecutive goals, Marcus Forss and Onni Valakari were the ones who scored for Finland.
Finland scored against France for the first time in 27 years
Being flushed with a splash of cold water, France was forced to raise the squad to search for the equalizer, however, in the remaining minutes of the first round “The Gothic Roosters” were helpless to find the goal to the opponent.
Entering the second half of the game, France continued to be the team that actively controlled the game and launched the winning ball. In the 57th minute, coach Deschamps made three consecutive changes of people when he brought Martial, Griezmann, and Kate into the field in the hope of going upstream in the remaining time.
However, the top attacking stars of Les Bleus have not been able to break through the tight defense of Finland even once. In the end, Deschamps coach’s army received a bitter defeat with a score of 0-2 at home.
France’s top attacking stars have been disabled – Football results today 12/11
This is the first defeat of France against Finland, and also the first defeat of this team in 2020.
- Final: France 0-2 Finland
- LINE UP:
France: Mandanda, Digne, Lenglet, Zouma, Dubois, Sissoko, Pogba, Nzonzi, Thuram, Giroud, Ben Yedder
Finland: Joronen, Hamalainen, Ojala, O’shaughnessy, Vaisanen, Schuller, Karjalainen, Kauko, Forss, Valakari, Niskanen
France Tel has not had any failures for more than a year (6/2019 – 11/2020). Deschamps coach’s army has had a series of 12 unbeaten matches with 10 wins and 2 draws in this time.
On the other side of the front line, Finland is also not a comfortable opponent, coach Kanerva’s team has only received a single defeat in the Nations League and holds second place in Group B4.
After 8 meetings in the past, Finland has not once won against France, even this team has not been able to score against Les Bleus since 1993.
In the upcoming match, the goal of Deschamps teachers and students will certainly be a clean sheet victory, a victory to prolong the unbeaten run, and extend the clean sheet record against Finland.
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