Poland left it late before goals from Arkadiusz Milik and substitutes Przemyslaw Frankowski gave them a 2-0 win over North Macedonia, which guaranteed their place in Euro 2020.
Poland earned the win they had to qualify from Group G as goals and Arkadiusz Milik secured a 2-0 win over North Macedonia.
Poland had fought to create the breakthrough in Warsaw despite appreciating 65 per cent of ownership and their frustration grew as Piotr Zielinski struck the pub from Sebastian Szymanski and the 17th minute hit the post five minutes.
The breakthrough finally came in the 74th minute. A long pass found Robert Lewandowski who chested down the ball, nutmegged a defender and was going to take once Frankowski awakens into and poked the ball through the legs of Stole Dimitrievski.
When he seemed to be fouled, lewandowski was also involved with the second goal six minutes later, but play was waved on and Milik implemented the finishing touch, his very first Poland target since November.
Group G leaders games together with North Macedonia and Slovenia, of Austria a five points behind.
A goal from Stefan Posch assisted Austria maintain position .
Liverpools Georginio Wijnaldum scored with a win in Belarus since the Netherlands merged top spot.
Wijnaldum opened the scoring in the 32nd minute with a well-taken header and scored a stunner from outside the penalty box for his second nine minutes later.
The Dutch were forced to sweat as the home team hit through Stanislav Dragun at the 53rd minute although goalkeeper Gutor saved closely to stop Donyell Malen – set up by Wijnaldum – by restoring their cushion, they kept on in Minsk.
Ilkay Gundogan scored as 10-man Germany won to stay on track for qualification.
Juventus midfielder Emre Can was sent off in Tallinn for a professional foul.
However, Joachim Low squad took the lead early in the second half through the angled drive of Gundogan and regrouped.
The Manchester City midfielder added a second, with replacement Timo Werner rapping at a third since Germany moved level on points and of Northern Ireland.
Belgium kept their 100 per cent record from Euro 2020 qualifiers up using a win over Kazakhstan.
Batshuayi and Thomas Meunier found the net as Roberto Martinezs side, currently through to next summers finals, enrolled an eighth win
The Belgians became the first team to book a spot in the 24-team closing championship of next year once they trounced San Marino 9-0 at home on Thursday and delivered a functionality that was professional to stay perfect.
Batshuayi opened the scoring at the 21st minute with a straightforward back-post complete after Dennis Praets fine curled pass round the rear of the house defence.
The next goal came after a sumptuous crossfield pass from captain Eden Hazard has been controlled and transformed into the second half seven minutes by Meunier .
Russia combined Poland, Belgium – and also – Italy from Group J – in sealing qualification to spare following a comprehensive 5-0 triumph .
The Russians just needed a draw to ensure eligibility and a finish but an early attack from Denis Cheryshev set them to a seventh victory in eight eligibility matches in their way – and he turned supplier for Magomed Ozdoev.
Any hopes Cyprus of forcing a comeback had disappeared when Konstantinos Laifis had been shown a red card in the 28th minute after a terror attack and the advantage count was made by Russia.
Artem Dzyuba made it to play and then helped set up Aleksandr Golovin to the fourth in the 89th minute, before Cheryshev ended a showing off with the last effort of the game.
Scotland might have to rely on the play-offs next March if they are to reach the Euro 2020 finals but following a defeat in Russia, they started the process of rebuilding sin using a 6-0 thrashing of San Marino in Hampden Park.
Aston Villas John McGinn became the very Scotland participant to evaluate a first-half while Lawrence Shankland and Stuart Findlay both scored their Scotland targets, until Stuart Armstrongs free-kick additional gloss to the scoreline.
Hungary closed on eligibility.
Mihaly Korhut felt the only objective of the game in the 10th minute as the hosts proceeded second from the group supporting Croatia, who perform with Wales in a fixture key for Ryan Giggs sides chances.
Gareth Bale was Wales saviour again as Ryan Giggs side kept their hopes with a draw against Croatia in Cardiff.
Bale struck in first-half stoppage time – his 33rd goal extending his own Wales album – to cancel Nikola Vlasic attack for the World Cup finalists .
The draw leaves Wales qualifying fate out of their very own hands going into the last two rounds of matches next month.
Wales needs to win their remaining two fixtures and expect Slovakia slip up against Croatia or even Azerbaijan to be sure of a place at Euro 2020.
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