Quaison scores for Sweden
4-0 win over the Faroe Islands
The first round of Euro qualifiers in this international break kicked off on Thursday evening, however Robin Quaison was the only Mainz player to be on the winning side. His Sweden side defeated the Faroe Islands 4-0, with Mainz’s number seven scoring the final goal of the evening.
Two other Zerofivers play in the Euro qualifiers: Alexandru Maxim (came on in the 72nd minute) lost 2-1 at home against Spain with Romania and Edimilson Fernandes was an injury-time sub in Switzerland’s 1-1 draw in Ireland.
Ridle Baku and his twin brother Makan Baku (Holstein Kiel) became the third twins to play for Germany U21s in the same match in the 2-0 win over Greece, although they weren’t on the pitch at the same time, with Ridle coming off at half time. Jonathan Burkardt also played a half in the U20s 4-2 triumph against the Czech Republic.
Luxembourg slipped to a 1-0 loss in Northern Ireland as Leandro Barreiro played 73 minutes, while U23s player Florian Bohnert came on in the 85th minute.
Ádám Szalai was rested by Hungary’s national coach for the friendly in Montenegro (2-1 loss) ahead of the important Euro qualifier against Slovakia on Monday evening. Erkan Eyibil, Oscar Schönfelder and Niklas Tauer all played for Germany U19s in a 1-1 draw with Spain.
Spain U19s – Germany U19s 1-1 (Friendly)
Germany U20s – Czech Republic U20s 4-2 (Friendly)
Germany U21s – Greece U21 2-0 (Friendly)
Northern Ireland – Luxembourg 1-0 (Friendly)
Republic of Ireland – Switzerland 1-1 (Euro qualifier)
Romania – Spain 1-2 (Euro qualifier)
Montenegro – Hungary 2-1 (Friendly)
Faroe Islands – Sweden 0-4 (Euro qualifier)
Friday, 6th September
Sudan U23s – Nigeria U23s (Omdurman, Olympic Qualifiers)
Austria – Latvia (20:45 CEST, Salzburg, Euro qualifier)
Sunday, 8th September
Netherlands U20s – Germany U20s (16:00 CEST, Uden, Friendly)
Switzerland – Gibraltar (18:00 CEST, Sion, Euro qualifier)
Romania – Malta (18:00 CEST, Ploiesti, Euro qualifier)
Sweden – Norway (20:45 CEST, Stockholm, Euro qualifier)
Monday, 9th September
Poland – Austria (20:45 CEST, Warsaw, Euro qualifier)
Hungary – Slovakia (20:45 CEST, Budapest, Euro qualifier)
Germany U19s – England U19s (Haiger, Friendly)
Tuesday, 10th September
Nigeria U23s – Sudan U23s (Asaba, Olympic qualifiers)
Kazakhstan U21s – Israel U21s (15:00 CEST, Astana, Euro qualifier)
Wales U21s – Germany U21s (20:00 CEST, Wrexham, Euro qualifier)
Luxembourg – Serbia (20:45 CEST, Luxembourg, Euro qualifier)