With one day remaining, Group G of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers continues to generate suspense.
Norway, deprived of Haaland (injured) was held in check, this Saturday night at home against Latvia (0-0) during the 9e and penultimate day of qualifying for the 2022 World Cup.
Turkey, wide winner from its side of Gibraltar (6-0), is tied on points with his Scandinavian opponent in second place in the standings.
For their part, the Netherlands will be able to validate their ticket for Qatar in the event of success in Montenegro (kick-off at 8:45 p.m.), then assured of finishing in first place.
🇳🇴 0-0 🇱🇻
🇹🇷 6-0 🇬🇮
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