Two more European nations confirmed their spots for the upcoming World Cup 2018 in Russia as Croatia along with Switzerland completed their playoffs round against their opponents.
Croatia took down Greece despite a rather disappointing goalless draw in their second leg match up on Sunday as the Balkan side previously won 4-1 at home.
Croatia and Switzerland are inching closer to get their tickets for 2018 World Cup in Russia as both teams won their first out of two playoffs matches.
Playing the first game at home, Vatreni got themselves a quite commanding first leg fixture as they defeated Greece 4-1.
England finally securing their spot for upcoming World Cup 2018 in Russia following a late and dramatic victory over Slovenia on Thursday.
Playing in front of their home crowd at the majestic Wembley stadium, Three Lions didn't have a convincing display as they were struggling to break down their opponent's defense.
Wales' memorable Euro 2016 campaign continue as they got themselves through into the last eight of that tournament following a slender 1-0 win over Northern Ireland.
That victory was not an easy one as it was a very tight game for both sides with an own goal from Gareth McAuley turned out as the game's decider.
Northern Ireland are gearing up for a massive Euro 2016 last 16 tie this weekend and their head coach, Michael O'Neil stated that his team won't be expecting anything else aside from tough encounter against Wales.
Being tipped as favorite on their last 16 battle against Northern Ireland doesn't make Wales getting ahead of themselves as their head coach, Chris Coleman wants his side to focus only on their weekend game.
World Cup winner, Germany fulfilled their ambition in finishing first in their group after picking up a slender victory over Northern Ireland on Tuesday.
Dominating the game since kick off, Joachim Low's men were having problems in finishing their chances as they were wasting several opportunities already in the early minutes.
Grabbing four points from their previous two games, Germany still need at least a point to confirm their qualification into the knock out stage but Joachim Loew's men wan't more than just that as they're targeting group winner status.
There's an air of excitement filling Northern Ireland camp as they are set to face a difficult task against World Champion, Germany this Tuesday on their final group game.
Successfully snatching a win against Ukraine in their second game, put Michael O'Neill's side in a good position as even one point might be enough for them to get into the knock out stage.