European Qualifiers round-up: Ukraine qualify for Euro 2020, Turkey deny France top spot

Ukraine qualified for Euro 2020 Using Success over Portugal but Turkey denied France Overdue on.

Ronaldo netted his landmark goal by converting a penalty kick in the 72nd minute, when Ukraine was already trailed by Portugal by two goals. It was the seventh goal in six qualifying games for Ronaldo, but could not stop them losing 2-1 on the night.
Ukraine had been put by roman Yaremchuk forward less than 10 minutes and Andriy Yarmolenko added to the direct before half-time. Ukraine hung for a victory, although ukraine were forced to play with 10 men after defender Taras Stepanenko was shipped off with a second yellow card to its handball that led to the penalty of Ronaldo.
A double from Aleksandar Mitrovic gave Serbia a win to maintain them but their qualification hopes are out of the hands.
Even the Fulham striker brace shortly after half-time place Serbia in the seat on the night, and while Donatas Kazlauskas comeback target set up a grandstand end, the visitors held on.
France let since they were held to a 1-1 draw at home an advantage slip.
The hosts had to wait till the 76th minute to break the deadlock, with Olivier Giroud four minutes before he headed home coming.
The lead lasted just five minutes before Kaan Ayhan nodded the ball into the back of the net since the two sides remain tied to 19 points at the very top of Group H.
While Albania stormed in Moldova, elsewhere in Group H, Iceland returned after back-to-back beats with a 2-0 win over Andorra.
England thrashed Bulgaria 6-0 at Sofia during a game which was halted two for abuse directed by several Three Lions players.
The traffic bounced back from Fridays surprise defeat to the Czech Republic to maneuver for Euro 2020.
Harry Kane both and marcus Rashford felt and Ross Barkley and Raheem Sterling every bagged a brace.
Kosovo assured they kept pace with the two, denying England eligibility for next summers finals with a triumph over Montenegro to remain a stage off Czech Republic up.
First-half targets from Amir Rrahmani and Vedat Muriqi put the hosts in control and they saw out victory smoothly to rebound from defeat from England last time out.

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