| Fastest goal: Switzerland beat Portugal

Geneva / Malta / Oslo: Portugal, the strongest team in UEFA Nations League football, lost by a quick goal. Spain won for the second time in a row. Switzerland beat Parangipada with a goal in the 57th second. Spain beat Czech Republic by two goals to nil in the second. With the win, Spain leads Group A with eight points from four games. Portugal came in second with one point. The Czech Republic is third and Switzerland is fourth.

In front of their own fans in Geneva, Switzerland tied Portugal without superstar Cristiano Ronaldo. Portugal suffered a setback when they were unable to move the net despite being far behind their opponents in terms of ball possession and number of shots. Switzerland, on the other hand, took the lead one minute before the end of the match and ended the match with a full point. The Swiss won the toss and elected to field. Harris Seferovic scores the fastest goal of the game, scoring from Sylvan Widmer’s pass. Portugal had a handful of chances to equalize and take the lead, but were unable to capitalize on any of them. Goalkeeper Jonas Omlin saved the Swiss side with a shot from Danilo and Bernardo Silva. In the last three games, Thotampia have been alive with victory for Switzerland. Despite having control of the ball 58 per cent of the time, Portugal were embarrassed to not be able to score a single goal in eight of their 20 shots.

His ability to control the ball 76% of the time against the Czech Republic gave Spain the victory they deserved. Spain’s goals were scored in the second half. In the 24th minute of the first half, Carlos Solar put Spain ahead with a Marco Asensio pass. Pablo Sarabia’s goal in the 75th minute of the second half completed their tally.

Norway beat Sweden 1-0 in League B by Erling Holland’s double. Norway won 3-2. Holland scored the first goal in the 10th minute – a penalty in the 54th minute and scored the 20th goal in a Norwegian jersey. Holland has won 18 matches. Sorlot scored Norway’s third goal. Emil Forsberg and Victor Giorgos eased the burden on Sweden.

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