- Continuation of qualifying for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 ™
- 10 matches in Europe: Belgium, Portugal and the Netherlands were in action
- AFC and CONCACAF also on deck
Eighteen matches played on three continents awaited us on March 30, 2021 for this new qualifying day for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 ™.
Asia was the first to kick in, with Japan largely dominating Mongolia (0-14). A little later, Palestine was beaten by Hervé Renard’s Saudi Arabia (5-0).
In Europe, brilliant in its first two outings, Turkey was hooked at home by Latvia. Held in check a few days earlier, Belgium and Portugal recovered perfectly against Belarus (8-0) and Luxembourg (1-3) respectively. Note also the victory of Cyprus against Slovenia and the great success of the Netherlands in Gibraltar (0-7).
Six other matches were also played in the CONCACAF zone, all of which smiled on the home side, with six home wins without any conceded goals.