Five Rossoneri were in action on the penultimate evening of the international window. Simon Kjær takes the headlines as he scored the second of Denmark's five goals in a thumping win (5-0) over Israel in Copenhagen on matchday 6 of qualifying for the 2022 World Cup. Kjær, in the 31st minute, did really well to pick up a pocket of space in the box and head home from a Daniel Wass corner kick. Denmark are currently top of Group F with six wins from six games (18 points).
We also have to make a mention of Theo Hernández's official debut for France. Theo started and played the full 90 in Les Blues' 2-0 win over Finland in Lyon (Greizmann brace) as they stayed top of Group B on 12 points. Mike Maignan was an unused substitute. Rade Krunić didn't take part in the 2-2 draw between Bosnia-Herzegovina and Kazakhstan in Zenica.
Fodé Ballo-Touré's Senegal ran out 3-1 winners over the Congo in Brazzaville; he played 61 minutes at left-back. Ismaël Bennacer played the full 90 in Algeria's 1-1 draw with Burkina Faso in Marrakech. Italy U21 recorded a vital win in EURO 2023 qualifying; Sandro Tonali started as the team's regista in a 1-0 victory over Montenegro in Vicenza, while Alessandro Plizzari remained an unused substitute.
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