New Zealand, the undisputed leader of Group B, face Tahiti, while Solomon Islands, the first team in Group A, face Papua New Guinea in the semi-finals of the Oceania Qualifiers (which are played entirely in Qatar). The winner will play against the fourth Congo (North American, Central American and Caribbean Federation) team in the playoffs for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
New Zealand’s favorite: they are the leaders of Group B, with three wins in multiple matches, twelve goals and one goal against. It was a 7-1 win over New Caledonia in this Thursday’s round Alex Greve took his first place with two goals, two from Chris Wood, one from Logan Rogerson, another from Andre de Jong and one from Bill Duiloma.
It was followed by Papua New Guinea, who beat Fiji 2-1 to finish second In a direct fight for that position. At the edge of the game, Atty Kebo and Tommy Semmey came from behind to open the scoring for Davida Varanasi.
Group A to compete after Vanuatu and Cook Islands resign due to Govt-19 damage The current round was reduced to one game for the Solomon Islands’ victory over Quartet’s first match against Tahiti, who qualified for the semifinals of the mini-tournament.
Rafael Lee scored all three goals for the Solomon Islands in the 20th, 52nd and 96th minutes. Meanwhile, Alvin Dehaw scored for Tahiti (3-1).
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