The likes of Italy, Germany, Belgium, France, and Wales were all in action, looking to get one step closer to qualifying for next year’s tournament.
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1. Marek Hamsik makes more history
Since his move to China in January, former Napoli captain Marek Hamsik may have fallen off the radar for most European football fans outside of his own supporters.
But the midfielder continues to put in high-level performances for club and country, scoring two in Slovakia’s 5-1 win over Azerbaijan to send his nation up to second in Group E.
2. Centurion Mbappe’s delightful dink
France bounced back from their 2-0 defeat to Turkey on Saturday by cruising to a 4-0 win away to Andorra. Kylian Mbappe opened the scoring for the world champions with a chipped effort from close range, capping off a fast break.
The goal was incredibly Mbappe’s 100th in senior football for club and country, a record he has achieved in 180 matches, all while still only 20. Mbappe was joined on the scoresheet by Wissam Ben Yedder, Florian Thauvin, and Kurt Zouma to send Les Bleus back top of Group H.
3. Marco Reus on fire in Germany rout
Germany had a torrid 2018 as far as competitive international football was concerned, with Die Mannschaft winning just one of their seven non-friendly games. After wins over Netherlands and Belarus, Estonia was up next and were the unfortunate recipients of an 8-0 thrashing.
The 30-year-old scored in consecutive games for Germany for the first time since March 2015, to take his tally to 13 goals for the national team – 23.1% of which have come in June 2019.
4. Edin Dzeko ends Italy run
Plying his trade in Serie A, you would expect Italy’s defenders to understand the risks of Edin Dzeko. But the Bosnian striker put his side ahead after 32 minutes on Tuesday evening in Turin, tapping in from close range after a good move.
5. Teemu Pukki scores again
Building on his 29 goals in the Championship for Norwich City, guiding them back to the Premier League, Pukki scored twice for Finland in their recent win over Bosnia & Herzegovina.
But the 29-year-old was not done there. Before heading off for his much-deserved summer holidays, Pukki had time to score once more for Finland, opening in a 2-0 win over Liechtenstein.
6. Romelu Luaku continues goalscoring run with Inter sniffing
Romelu Lukaku failed to score in his last eight games for Manchester United at the end of the 2018/19 season. His most recent goals for the Red Devils came in their 3-1 win over Paris Saint-Germain at the start of March.
At a time when Lukaku’s Man Utd future is in doubt about Inter Milan interest, the Belgian forward is certainly doing himself no harm if he wants a move away.
7. A night for international firsts
As well as important wins in qualification campaigns, Tuesday was a night of firsts for some players on the international stage. In France’s 4-0 win over Andorra, Kurt Zouma scored his first-ever goal for Les Bleus on just his fourth appearance, heading in from a corner.
The Green and White Army remain three points clear of Germany at the top of Group C.
8. Wales’ poor away form continues
Ryan Giggs’ men went into the game off the back of a 2-1 away defeat to Croatia and would have expected a tough game against the group leaders.
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