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Spain defeats Cyprus, Belgium triumphs, and Italy defeats Ukraine in the EURO qualifiers

<p>In the Euro Qualifiers, Spain overcame Cyprus, Belgium kept their perfect record intact, while Italy won at home for the first time under Luciano Spalletti.<img decoding=”async” class=”alignnone wp-image-178998″ src=”” alt=” spain defeats cyprus belgium triumphs and italy defeats ukraine in the euro qualif” width=”1043″ height=”748″ srcset=” 265w,×108.jpg 150w” sizes=”(max-width: 1043px) 100vw, 1043px” title=”Spain defeats Cyprus, Belgium triumphs, and Italy defeats Ukraine in the EURO qualifiers 3″></p>
<p>In Group A of the European Qualification, Spain easily defeated Cyprus 6-0, while Belgium continued their perfect streak against Estonia with a 5-0 victory, and Italy defeated Ukraine 2-1 on Tuesday.</p>
<p>Lex Baena scored on his debut, while Ferran Torres scored twice as Spain’s subs ran wild in the second half to defeat Cyprus. reports UEFA.</p>
<p>The hosts’ first goals came from Nico Williams, who cut back for Gavi to volley in and then clipped a ball for Mikel Merino to head in before leaving the field with an injury. On his full debut, Lamine Yamal made a strong impression and almost scored when his shot rebounded off the crossbar.</p>
<p>After the halftime, Joselu scored on a header from a corner kick by Dani Carvajal, followed by a quick-fire double from Torres. To complete a successful night’s work, rookie Baena scored from close range in between.</p>
<p>Belgium defeated Estonia to maintain its sectional lead thanks to goals from captain Romelu Lukaku and Jan Vertonghen on their 150th and 150th international appearances, respectively.</p>
<p>Centre-back Four minutes later, Vertonghen tipped the ball in, and the hosts had even more reason to celebrate when Leandro Trossard outraced three opponents to score his team’s second.</p>
<p>Prior to halftime, Henri Anier of the visitors was denied by the woodwork, but Lukaku’s precise goals in the 56th and 58th minutes and Charles De Ketelaere’s attempt two minutes from time secured an easy victory for the Red Devils.</p>
<p>Italy triumphed in coach Luciano Spalletti’s first home game in charge, moving ahead of Ukraine into second position in their group with to two goals from Davide Frattesi.</p>
<p>By scoring the game’s first goal in the 12th minute and then guiding the ball past goalie Georgiy Bushchan after a ricochet 17 minutes later, Inter midfielder Frattesi capitalized on the home team’s strong start.</p>
<p>Four minutes before the break, Ukraine responded when Andriy Yarmolenko scored after Gianluigi Donnarumma made a save to keep Artem Dovbyk out.</p>
<p>Giacomo Raspadori’s shot was blocked by Bushchan with his fingers, while Manuel Locatelli’s attempt struck the crossbar, preventing the Azzurri from scoring more in the second half.</p>
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