There were plenty of goals around Europe, including the fastest in UEFA World Cup qualifying history as the third match day continued on Monday.
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Wins from France and Sweden sank Netherlands outside Group A’s Top Two, while Belgium and surprising Greece remained perfect after the day’s results.
Netherlands 0-1 France
The three points gives France the top spot in Group A
Faroe Islands 0-6 Portugal
Andre Silva continues his big hello to international football, scoring a first half hat trick as Portugal handled its business on the road at Faroe Islands.
Silva scored in the 12th, 22nd, and 37th minutes to do the deed, as the 20-year-old Porto man is up to four senior goals in as many caps.
Cristiano Ronaldo added a goal in the 65th minute, while both Joao Moutinho and Joao Cancelo scored in stoppage time to complete the score line.
Gibraltar 0-6 Belgium
Estonia 0-2 Greece
Bologna defender Vasilis Torosidis netted in the second minute, as resurgent Greece remains unbeaten in qualifying. Augsburg left back Konstantinos Stafylidis added insurance in the 61st minute.
Latvia 0-2 Hungary
Adam Gyurcsó scored his second international goal to help Hungary steady its qualifying ship, and Adam Szalai added a late goal to salt away the three points.
Andorra 1-2 Switzerland
Fabian Schar converted a 19th minute penalty in a tighter affair than many would’ve predicted between the Swiss and their minnow opposition. Admir Mehmedi provided the visitors with a deserved insurance goal in the 77th minute, but Alexandre Martinez Palau scored late to give some hope to Tricolors.
Sweden 3-0 Bulgaria
Three different scorers put their names on the sheet in an easy win for the Swedes.
Belarus 1-1 Luxembourg
A 43rd minute red card to Dirk Carlson had the visitors down a man for more than half of this one, but The Red Lions held on for a point despite conceding in the 80th minute to Pavel Sawicki. It was Aurelien Joachim who tied it up for the undermanned side with five to play.
Bosnia and Herzegovina 1-0 Cyprus
Edin Dzeko now has 23 more international goals than anyone in BNH history after his 70th and 80th minute markers gave him 49 for his career.