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Olivier Giroud's lack of club action proved no handicap as the Chelsea striker's penalty earned France a 1-0 away win against Iceland,
Kylian Mbappe notched a goal and two assists as a stylish France continued their perfect start in Euro qualifying with a 4-0 hammering of Iceland.
The hosts, number one in FIFA's world rankings, were missing several players due to injury, with striker Romelu Lukaku ruled out a day before.
Switzerland kept their Nations League semifinal hopes alive and sent Iceland down to the second tier with a 2-1 win in rainy Reykjavik.
Kylian Mbappe scored a penalty in the final minute to rally France from a two-goal deficit and draw Iceland on Thursday night.
Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku scored twice and won a penalty that Eden Hazard converted as they crushed Iceland 3-0 in their Nations League clash.
The 51-year-old guided Iceland to their first World Cup in Russia where they were eliminated in the group stage.
The World Cup has been superb on the pitch but equally brilliant off it thanks to the rich, vibrant and merry travelling fans who came to party.
Iceland manager Heimir Hallgrimsson admitted his 'proud' team's 'batteries' were on empty following a 2-1 World Cup-ending loss to Croatia.
Iceland had the faintest hope of the knockout stages, but Croatia's 2-1 win put those to bed and secured Luka Modric & Co. a top spot in Group D.
Milan Badelj and Ivan Perisic scored in the second half for Croatia, who secured their place in the knockout stages with a 2-1 victory over Iceland.
More drama, late goals, heartbreaks, and one great escape. Here are the best numbers from the thrilling final round of games in Group C & D.
Argentina have to beat Nigeria and hope Iceland don't beat top team Croatia if they are to stay in the World Cup.
Nothing less than a win will do for Iceland against Croatia if they are to emulate their Euro 2016 success by making it to the knockout stage.
Jayaditya Gupta experiences the Icelandic Viking clap at the Volgograd Arena while also being impressed by the attendance figures so far in Russia.
Nigeria's top players needed persuasion to change positions in a tactical shake-up but coach Gernot Rohr's plans paid dividends as they beat Iceland