Start date 25. Mar 2019, 19:45
Referee Istvan Kovacs, Romania
OIivier Giroud became France's third highest-scoring player in their history as France beat Iceland 4-0 in their Euro 2020 qualifier at the Stade de France.
Spain and Belgium picked up positive results on their latest UEFA Nations League fixtures this midweek as both national teams defeated their opponents in such convincing fashion.
Luis Enrique's men showed positive signs already under his tenure as after defeating England last weekend, La Furia Roja went on to destory World Cup 2018 finalist, Croatia 6-0.
Iceland's slim ambition of advancing into the knock out stage of FIFA World Cup 2018 was practically ended on Tuesday as they were beaten by Croatia 2-1.
Knowing their only hope of advancing was by beating their Balkan based opponent, Our Boys tried to push hard for victory straight from kick off.
For the first time in history, Croatia won their third game at a World Cup. They started really well, dominating the ball and their confidence was showing. Terrific goals from Milan Badelj and Ivan Perisic secured another three points and Dalic's plan succeeded.
Iceland's hope of advancing into the knock out stage of World Cup 2018 got slimmer following their 2-0 defeat from Nigeria, but that doesn't stop Our Boys from giving their all on their final group game against Croatia.
Nigeria's shot at advancing into the next round of FIFA World Cup 2018 remains alive and well following their 2-0 victory over Iceland.
Both teams were in dire needs on three points ahead of their Friday battle, triggering an intriguing battle straight from kick off.
What a goal from Ahmed Musa! With their first clear chance in this match Nigeria take the lead. Musa - who did not start the first game - paid back the trust of coach Gernot Rohr by scoring the first goal for Nigeria at this World Cup.
An intriguing battle in group D of World Cup 2018 set to entertain football fans as Nigeria and Iceland will be facing up for their second fixtures this Friday.
Losing 2-0 to Croatia on their opening game left plenty disappointment for Super Eagles as they were expecting much better result considering their ambition of repeating their previous World Cup achievement in advancing into the knock out stages.
Failing to win their last three major tournament finals in a row, Argentina are very determined in changing their bad fortune by targeting the World Cup 2018.
However, before even thinking that far, Albiceleste must first face a quite tricky test on their first group game as they set for a battle against Iceland.
Iceland's fairy tale in Euro 2016 finally see its ending as they were humbled by host nation France 5-2 with Arsenal striker, Olivier Giroud netting two goals.
Having a good confidence level following their shock win over England, Iceland did look to cause some problems towards their opponent early on but Les Blues were ready for everything.