Belgium moved to reaching Euro 2020 using a regular 4-0 triumph in San Marino to move eight points clear of third place nearer
Belgium kept their perfect start up to the team but had to wait till the minute to create the breakthrough, when Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi felt in the area.
Following half-time, Dries Mertens doubled their benefit, until ex-Spurs and West Brom winger Nacer Chadli added a third and an fourth out of Batshuayi.
Russia stayed three points behind them as they held Cyprus to a draw earlier in the 37,, although Kazakhstan house of qualifying remained alive.
Germany missed the opportunity since Netherlands came from behind to stun them 4-2 at Hamburg, to revive Northern Ireland in the top of Group C, together with Donyell Malen loving a fantasy introduction to put the visitors ahead in the game for the very first time. Elsewhere in the team, a Belarus goal from Maksim Skavysh refused Estonia a point of the qualifying campaign with a 2-1 defeat.
Slovenia amazed Group G leaders Poland 2-0, with goals in either half Aljaz Struma and Andraz Sporar, to move a stage within Austria, who thrashed Latvia 6-0 in Salzburg with former West Ham striker Marko Arnautovic scoring .
Wales left it late to keep his qualifying hopes well and truly in tact as Gareth Bale’s 84th-minute aim gave them a 2-1 win over Azerbaijan in Cardiff, however Croatia ensured they maintained themselves from the top two with a convincing 4-0 win in Slovakia, which saw Dejan Lovren on the scoresheet.
Watch highlights of most England’s eight Euro 2020 qualifying of Sky Sports – for example England vs Kosovo on Tuesday and England vs Bulgaria on Saturday.
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