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KJAER ASSISTS AND WINS A PENALTY BEFORE BEING FORCED OFF IN DENMARK'S WIN AGAINST GEORGIA

Vacklík also performed well for the Czech Republic, keeping a clean-sheet in a 3-0 win against Montenegro

Three more Sevilla players are now officially on their summer break after their respective national teams played their last June fixtures. Two started, and made impressive displays. The third, Jesus Navas, could not repeat the performance he gave last Friday against the Faroe Islands and remained on the bench of the Santiago Bernabeu, where Spain beat Sweden 3-0 to remain at the top of Group F qualifying for Euro 2020.

 

Meanwhile Tomas Vaclík and Simon Kjaer started for their national sides, with both winning three points. The Czech goalkeeper was one of the shining lights of a 3-0 win against Montenegro, keeping another clean sheet. The Czech side keep their second-place spot in their Euro 2020 qualifying group, level on points with England, though having played one game more. 

Simon Kjaer, for his part, assisted Dolberg in Denmark's first goal against Georgia, as well as provoking the penalty that Eriksen would score to make 2-1. The Scandinavians ended up winning 5-1, but the Sevillian central defender had to leave the pitch ten minutes before the break due to injury. Denmark are second in a group E dominated by Ireland but with Switzerland hot on their tails.

This Tuesday will be the turn of the only other Sevillista with a pending fixture. Wissam Ben Yedder's France will face Andorra from 20.45 CET.


 

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