Italy continued their perfect start to Euro 2020 qualifying with a comfortable 3-0 victory over Greece in Athens on Saturday, which sent them three points clear at the top of Group J.
Roberto Mancini's side are in pole position after picking up three wins from their opening three games without conceding a goal.
Greece showed signs of life after the break as Salvatore Sirigu dived to palm away a Kostas Fortounis half-volley, while Italian winger Federico Chiesa squandered a glorious chance to make it 4-0 when he fired over unmarked from close range.
Host Finland moved into second place on six points with a 2-0 win over Bosnia in Tampere.
Norwich City striker Teemu Pukki struck both goals inside 12 second-half minutes, striding through the visiting defence to open the scoring before adding the second with a delicate chip.
The Finns are now unbeaten in their past 10 home games, winning eight and drawing two, and sit two points ahead of Greece and Bosnia, in third and fourth places, respectively.
Armenia beat Liechtenstein 3-0 in a meeting between the bottom two teams to earn their first points of the campaign and leave the visitors bottom of the group with three defeats.
In the next round of fixtures Tuesday, Italy host Bosnia in Turin, Armenia face Greece in Athens and Finland travel to Liechtenstein.