The Euro 2016 qualifying campaign is drawing to a close and the picture is becoming clearer as to who will feature in France next summer.
While there were plenty more goals on Sunday, arguably the pick of the bunch was from Grzegorz Krychowiak in Poland’s 2-1 win over the Republic of Ireland.
That victory ensured that the Poles made it through automatically with Ireland heading for the playoffs, while Germany topped the group after their 2-1 win over Georgia.
Elsewhere, Northern Ireland celebrated their qualification despite a draw with Finland, while Portugal piled further misery on Serbia with Nani and Joao Moutinho scoring the goals to claim the win in Belgrade.
While those sides had little to play for on the night, the same could be said for Scotland who headed to Gibraltar knowing that they were already out of contention.
However, that didn’t prevent Gordon Strachan’s men from producing a goal-laden performance, with Shaun Maloney undoubtedly grabbing the pick of the goals with this curling strike.
With the remainder of the games being played this week, many of the top nations have secured their place in France, but the likes of the Netherlands still have plenty to do if they wish to make the playoffs.
Armenia 0-3 Albania
Faroe Islands 0-3 Romania
Finland 1-1 N. Ireland
Greece 4-3 Hungary
Serbia 1-2 Portugal
Germany 2-1 Georgia
Gibraltar 0-6 Scotland
Poland 2-1 Republic of Ireland