Matches To Look Forward To In The Upcoming September International Break

After three weeks of intense club football action, our attention is once again on international matches.

For the first time since all of the major events in the summer, national teams will come together for the triple header next month.

Although some countries have managed to squeeze in a friendly, the bulk of teams have obligations relating to FIFA World Cup qualifying.

In any event, there will be a lot to look forward to throughout the vacation, so try not to be let down. Using this list, we’ll shed some light on a few important matches.

Croatia Vs Denmark 


The group champion of Group A of the UEFA Nations League may be decided by the outcome of this game. Denmark is in first place in the group with nine points, followed by Croatia with seven points.

Many people would view this match as skewed given Croatia’s starting lineup. Actually, Denmark is not given enough credit. The competitors from Denmark advanced to the semifinals in the 2020 Euros. Mikkel Damsgaard performed admirably throughout the contest and even scored a free kick against England in the semifinals.

On the other hand, Croatia overcame the incumbent champions, France, in their most recent match. In contrast to Denmark, Croatia did not advance in the Euro 2020.

Ireland vs Portugal

The major reason to watch this game is to have the opportunity to witness Cristiano Ronaldo make history on a grand scale.

With 109 goals for Seleccao, the 36-year-old is tied with former Iranian legend Ali Daei for the most goals scored by a national team.

He simply needs one more strike to set a new record, and it’s possible that the Boys in Green will receive that key hit.

Ronaldo has a stellar record, yet he has never scored a goal against them. He has the opportunity to add his 45th victim to his list.

Germany vs England

Before the major event in Qatar, the final game between England and Germany will be played at Wembley.

England’s situation as it enters this window puts them in danger of being dropped from the Nations League.

The team under by Gareth Southgate drew with Italy and played in Munich in June, but they fell to Hungary twice, including a humiliating 4-0 loss at Molineux.

64 years ago, the Three Lions suffered their worst home defeat since 1928 when they went winless in five competitive games.

To avoid that, they must overcome Italy in the San Siro, as failure to do so will almost certainly lead to their humiliating relegation to League B.

Wales vs Belgium

Belgium and Wales’ Group D encounter has a long history. After 15 games, Wales is currently 6-5 down against Belgium. Without a question, Wales will want to make amends. But they must work extremely hard. They are currently last in Group D with just one point. In their UEFA Nations League opener, Poland defeated Wales. In addition, they lost both of their previous games against the Netherlands in the Nation’s League.

In the UEFA Nations League 2022 as of right now, Belgium has had a respectable run. At the table, they occupy the second seat. Belgium suffered a 4-1 defeat against the Netherlands in their opening game. They bounced back immediately to overcome Poland 6-1 in the next game. Belgium and Wales played to a scoreless draw on the third day of play.

Brazil vs Chile

The schedules for the CONMEBOL teams’ three-game FIFA World Cup qualification series will begin the following month.

For the first time since the 2021 Copa America, two titans—Chile and Brazil—will face off, but this time the stakes are bigger for Brazil.

There are new concerns about La Roja’s chances of repeating their failure to qualify for the 2018 FIFA World Cup after they have only won one of their first six games and drawn three times.

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