Georgia beat Cyprus 2-1 in Larnaca to maintain pressure on Scotland ahead of their European Championship qualifying clash in Glasgow on Tuesday.
A late goal from Zuriko Davitashvili after Georges Mikautadze’s opener had been cancelled out by a Ioannis Pittas penalty made it four points from two games for Georgia, five behind Group A leaders Scotland, who have played an extra game, following their dramatic victory over Norway.
Bruno Fernandes and Bernardo Silva scored the goals as Portugal coasted past Bosnia and Herzegovina 3-0 in Group J. The Manchester United midfielder netted twice late on after Manchester City’s Silva had given the 2016 European champions a half-time lead.
Slovakia beat Iceland 2-1 in Reykjavik with former Watford midfielder Juraj Kucka on target. Slovakia are two points behind Portugal in second place in the group, with Luxembourg third after they were 2-0 winners against Lichtenstein.
Belgium drew 1-1 with Austria in Brussels to leave them in second place behind the visitors in Group F. Romelu Lukaku equalised in the second half after Austria had taken the lead when Michael Gregoritsch’s far-post volley deflected in off Orel Mangala.
Azerbaijan and Estonia drew 1-1 to leave the sides occupying the last two spots in the group.
Vaclav Cerny scored twice as the Czech Republic eased to a 3-0 win against the Faroe Islands. The result lifted the Czech Republic two points clear at the top of Group E while Albania beat Moldova 2-0 in Tirana to move level on points with second-placed Poland, who did not play.
Lithuania and Bulgaria both picked up their first point of the qualifying campaign after drawing 1-1 in Group G, whilst Montenegro and Hungary moved to within two points of group leaders Serbia as they shared a goalless draw.