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England wins Kane’s hat-trick, Poland’s sixth win

Kathmandu. Captain Harry Kane’s hat-trick inspired England to a stunning victory in the European selection for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. Kane’s hat-trick helped the Three Lions to a 5-0 victory over Albania at Wembley Stadium on Friday night.

In England’s victory, Captain Kane completed the hat-trick with a goal in the 18th, 33rd and 45th minute of extra time. Harry Maguire scored in the ninth minute and Jordan Henderson in the 28th minute.

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With the victory, England has strengthened the possibility of being selected directly in the World Cup. In the next match of Group I, Poland defeated 10-man Andorra 4-1.

In Poland’s victory, captain Robert Lewandowski scored two goals and Kamil Jovik and Arcadius Milik scored one goal each. Andorra’s Mark Valles returned one goal.

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Andorra’s Ricard Fernandez was sent off in the first minute for eating a straight red card. After the victory, England is at the top of Group I with 23 points from 9 games. Defeated Albania is in third place with 15 points.

So far, Poland is in second place with 20 points from 9 games. Andorra is in fifth place with 5 points from the same game.

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