The third edition of UEFA League of Nations Sunday continues in cities across Europe, s shows matches that are broadcast on the FOX Sports family networks (and aired in the FOX Sports app).
Starting at the Sinoba Stadium in Prague, the Czech Republic and Spain, led to a 2-2 draw. Elsewhere, at the Jose Alvalade Stadium in Lisbon, Portugal won in Switzerland 4-0.
Here are the best plays.
Czech Republic v. Spain (League A)
In the third minute, thanks to a goal by Jakub Pesek, the Czech Republic quickly took the lead with a score of 1: 0.
Jakub Pesek completes a beautiful series, leading the Czech Republic 1-0
Jakub Pesek turned into a great effective goal kick, which gives the Czech Republic a 1-0 advantage over Spain in the UEFA League of Nations match.
The 17-year-old Spaniard Gavi equalized in the 45th minute with a big goal.
Gavi’s sophistication equalizes the score for Spain, 1-1
Gavi perfectly finishes the ball in the opposite direction of the goal, giving Spain a draw against the Czech Republic shortly before the half in the UEFA League of Nations.
The Czech Republic was in a better position to regain the lead over Spain in the 53rd minute with an open goal, but missed a shot on the right, and the score remained 1-1.
The Czech Republic got another opportunity to move forward, and it was thanks to Jan Kuchta, who hit the gate at the break. The Czech Republic led 2-1 in Spain.
Jan Kuchta breaks free and kills the Czech Republic ahead with a score of 2-1
Jan Kuchta gets the perfect long ball and fights the distance to kill the Spanish goalkeeper to bring the Czech Republic ahead 2-1 in the 66th minute of the UEFA League of Nations.
Iniga Martinez’s header in the 90th minute led to a 2-2 draw between the two countries.
Portugal v. Switzerland (League A)
Portugal took the lead with a score of 1: 0 after in the 14th minute Cristiano Ronaldo received help from a free kick from William Carvalho.
The rebound of William Carvalho in the free kick of Cristiano Ronaldo put Portugal ahead with a score of 1: 0
Portugal takes the lead with a score of 1: 0 over Switzerland in the UEFA League of Nations after Cristiano Ronaldo’s free-kick repelled William Carvalho at the goal.
Towards the end of the 34th minute, Ronaldo completed an exciting sequence, leading Portugal 2-0.
In just four minutes, Ronaldo crept in and scored the ball for the second time in a row. Portugal took the lead with a score of 3: 0.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice in four minutes and put Portugal ahead 3-0
Cristiano Ronaldo scored in the 31st and 35th minute, putting Portugal ahead 3-0 over Switzerland in the UEFA League of Nations.
Seven minutes later Ronaldo almost made a hat trick, but was a little negative!
After not scoring for a while, Joao Cancello led Portugal 4-0 in the 68th minute.
Rapid ball handling and Joao Cancello’s goal increase Portugal’s advantage to 4-0
Joao Cancello’s quick moves around the goalkeeper increase Portugal’s advantage in the UEFA League of Nations to 4-0 over Switzerland.
Portugal ultimately did what many expected, winning in front of a home crowd 4-0.
Here’s a look at the rest of Sunday’s UEFA League of Nations games:
Serbia against Slovenia (League B)
Sweden v. Norway (League B)
Kosovo v. Greece (League C)
Bulgaria v. Georgia (League C)
Cyprus v. Northern Ireland (League C)
Gibraltar v. Northern Macedonia (League C)
San Marino v. Malta (League D)
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