Belgium, Netherlands, France and Croatia won

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Peter Kavinsky

League A favorites each scored three points.

On September 23 there was another match day of the League of Nations, reports Ukrinform.

In League A, Belgium defeated Wales (2:1), the Netherlands was stronger than Poland, France defeated Austria (2:0) and Croatia defeated Denmark (2:1).

The Netherlands and Croatia lead their groups, with France in 3rd place and Belgium in second.

Also read: The Ukrainian team lost Scotland in a UEFA Nations League match

As Ukrinform reported, Ukraine lost to Scotland (0:3) and takes 2nd place in Group 1 of League B.

Photo: Getty Images

Peter Kavinsky

Peter Kavinsky is the Executive Editor at cablefreetv.org

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