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Easy games in international football? There’s no such thing these days

Irish Independent 04 Apr 2021
An eight-match unbeaten run ended in November when they lost to Armenia, who currently sit top of the World Cup qualifying group containing both North Macedonia and Germany ... Armenia have taken more points from their first three games than they did from 10 in the last qualifying campaign.
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Putin, Pashinyan to Discuss Karabakh, Armenian Elections on April 7 in Moscow - Kremlin

Urdu Point 02 Apr 2021
... with Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan in Moscow on April 7 to discuss the implementation of the Karabakh agreements, and Armenia's upcoming parliamentary vote ... You know that Russia and Armenia are engaged in quite an active top-level dialogue.
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Germany beaten by North Macedonia to end WCup qualifying run

Enid News & Eagle 01 Apr 2021
Armenia is the surprise leader as the only team to win all three games so far, after coming from behind to beat Romania 3-2 ... ARMENIA ON TOP. Trailing 2-1 in the 87th minute, Armenia scored twice to beat 10-man Romania 3-2 for its third straight win in World Cup qualifying.
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Germany suffer shock loss in 2022 World Cup qualifiers

Anadolu Agency 01 Apr 2021
Germany’s national football team suffered a stunning 2-1 defeat to North Macedonia on Wednesday in a 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying group match ... Armenia are having a flawless run in the European qualifiers, topping the group with nine points and winning all three of their matches so far ... Greece - Georgia ... Armenia - Romania ... .
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North Macedonia upset Germany 2-1 in 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers

China Daily 01 Apr 2021
BERLIN - Eljif Elmas's late winner helped North Macedonia to shock Germany 2-1 at the third round in the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign on Wednesday ... "We are absolutely disappointed ... We were unable to put North Macedonia under pressure ... Unbeaten Armenia top Group J followed by North Macedonia, Germany, Romania, Iceland and Lichtenstein.
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