Chelsea, according to journalist Fabrizio Romano, have reached an agreement with Denmark defender Andreas Christensen, who will remain at Stamford Bridge for an additional year when his initial contract expires. Christensen has reportedly already been offered a four-year contract with an optional one-year extension following the successful conclusion of negotiations between the two sides.
The preparation for the next year World Cup competition has already gotten to a level that some countries has already qualified . So far, only few countries have made a tangible attempt of boosting a confident performance at the next year World Cup in Qatar. Below is a list of 3 countries that has qualified for the next year World Cup competition in Qatar.
Chelsea have more goalscorers than any other Premier League team this season. Thomas Tuchel's side have produced 12 different goalscorers in their first seven Premier League games of the season. However, there is still one player who has been struggling to find the back of the net for Chelsea.
Chelsea football club of England star Andreas Christensen was on action for Denmark national team on Tuesday night, and he was able to play a vital role in their deserved 1-0 victory over Austria in Europe's World Cup qualifier. The Chelsea Academy product was given another starting role by his coach, following his outstanding performance for the team in their previous game, and he was able to impress again.
The October international break is just a few hours from being officially over. The European and African countries are through with their different competitive matches but South American countries still have matches to play in their quest to qualify for the world cup which will be hosted in Qatar.
Denmark’s World Cup qualification (WCQ) job is almost done following their 4-0 win over Moldova on Saturday night, a result which means they’re guaranteed at least a play-off place. They’re the only European side to have won all of their group matches thus far (W7), netting 26 goals without reply, including four when they met Austria back in March.
The World Cup is arguably the biggest football competition in the globe because it gives almost every single country the opportunity to showcase what they are made of. The qualification matches are still ongoing while few teams like Germany, Denmark, Senegal and Morocco have already secured their tickets for 2022 with some games to spare.
The 2022 FIFA World Cup is around the corner, as national teams are already competing for a place in the tournament which is to be hosted by Qatar. Qatar is the first country from the Middle East that will be hosting the tournament as it’s also the first time the World Cup will be held at the end of the calendar year in November and December.
Three nations have already qualified for the 2022 world cup. Qatar is the first country to qualify for the 2022 world cup and this is because they are the host nation. So it is mandatory that the host nation will take part in the prestigious tournament. Germany became the second country to qualify for the 2022 world cup competition after they won North Macedonia 4-0 on Monday.
The FIFA World Cup qualifier matches continued across the world as players aim to fly their national team's flags in Qatar. Photo Credit: @Toniruediger || Twitter App. Two teams have joined Qatar as the first three teams to qualify for the competition, with four Chelsea players playing important roles in the qualification of Denmark and Germany.
It's obvious that countries participating in the 2022 World Cup qualifying series are making serious efforts to secure a place in the World Cup football competition finals. Among these countries are Denmark, Quatar and Germany. Denmark: Denmark are evidently, the second European team to qualify for next year’s competition in Qatar. They have also become the latest country to confirm their qualification for the 2022 World Cup. Germany & Quatar: Germany was able to secure the qualification on Monday night, when
Chelsea football club of England defender, Andreas Christensen was in action on Tuesday night for Denmark in their 8th game of the Group F FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Austria at the Parken. The Chelsea Football Academy product was handed a role to play in his team's starting XI following his incredible performance for the team in their previous game and he was able to impress.
According to a report, Chelsea's contract discussions with Andreas Christensen have hit a brick wall, the Denmark international has established himself as a key member of Thomas Tuchel's backline over the past year, making 10 appearances in all competitions this season. However, Christensen's contract with Chelsea is set to expire in 2022, and the Blues are determined to reach new terms with the defender in the coming weeks.
The FIFA World cup qualifier for European teams is almost coming to a climax as teams are already booking their spot at the sports showpiece. Already, Germany and Denmark have qualified for the sporting event. 2 European teams can join Germany and Denmark if they can win their next match.
The preparation for next year's FIFA World Cup hosted by Qatar is ongoing and just three Nations have booked their place in the competition so far. Many nations across the continent are playing their qualifying games at the moment and about 27 more nations are expected to make it to the competition at the end.
The UEFA World Cup qualifying team of the week for round 8 has been released as gathered from SOFASCORE, as Netherland has more players than any other European country. Germany and Denmark are the teams who have successfully qualified for the competition after the host Qatar. So here are the results of the notable games that took place in Europe on Monday and Tuesday:
English premier league giant, Chelsea FC defender Andreas Christensen was in ction yesterday for Denmark in their 7th game of the Group F FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Moldova at the Zimbru Stadium. The prolific and versatile defender was handed a role to play in his team's starting XI having established himself as a key figure in the squad paraded by Kasper Hjulmand, following his outstanding performance for the team in their previous game.
Denmark have secured their place in the world cup taking place in Qatar, becoming the second European team to have qualified for the tournament scheduled to take place in 2022. Germany being the first to have secured their place after winning North Macedonia 4-0 earlier. The Denmark team won Austria with a lone goal to secure their place in the 32-nation tournament in Qatar.
Chelsea defender Andreas Christensen made his 12th consecutive international start, and helped keep yet another clean sheet in Denmark's 1-0 win over Austria that confirmed Denmark’s place in the tournament next summer winter. Denmark have yet to concede a goal in their qualifying campaign. Andreas Christensen was on action for Denmark national team on Tuesday night, and he was able to play a vital role in their deserved 1-0 victory over Austria in Europe's World Cup qualifier.
As Kasper Hjulmand's squad maintained their flawless qualifying record, Joakim Maehle scored the game-winning goal, ensuring that they would finish top in Group F. After eight games, the Danes are seven points ahead of second-placed Scotland, with two games remaining. How did Denmark make the cut?