GOAL! Bosnia and Herzegovina 1-1 Poland (Glik 45)
Kamil Glik equalized for Poland at Zenica. The other group A1 game – Netherlands – Italy – is still scoreless.
Czech Republic 1-1 Scotland David Marshall makes a terrific fingertip save of Adam Janos’ long-range strike. He got half as busy as expected.
GOAL! Czech Republic 1-1 Scotland (Dykes 27)
Lyndon Dykes scores his first goal for Scotland! That was a classic poacher’s goal, the kind Scotland wants him to score. The movement started when Robertson cut the ball off to his full back teammate Liam Palmer. He slid a dangerous low cross to the nearest post, where Dykes pulled away from Jemelka and covered the ball from five yards.
“Scotland is hiding from nothing tonight against a makeshift Czech team, ”said Simon McMahon. “Which, I guess, changes just being hiding.” You could even say it’s a no-win situation for Steve Clarke. Insert your own punchline here. “
GOAL! Northern Ireland 1-3 Norway (Sorloth 17)
GOAL! Austria 1-1 Romania (Baumgartner 17) An equalizer for the home side in Klagenfurt.
Kylian Mbappe has tested positive for Covid-19, he will therefore miss the game of France against Croatia tomorrow.
Another goal in the Scottish group: Michal Duris did it Israel 0-1 Slovakia.
GOAL! Czech Republic 1-0 Scotland (Pesek 12)
Oh, Scotland. The Czech Republic took the lead with a very good goal. Tecl turned and slipped a great pass to Jakub Pesek, who grabbed Marshall and passed the ball over him.
GOAL! Northern Ireland 1-2 Norway (Haaland 7)
Three goals in seven minutes at Windsor Park! Erling Braut Haaland runs on a bouncing ball 20 yards from goal and slams it into the far corner with his left foot. Glossy finish.
GOAL! Northern Ireland 1-1 Norway (McNair 6)
It didn’t take long either. Paddy McNair equalized straight away for Northern Ireland, tapping into an empty net after Conor Washington’s shot stopped.
Austria 0-1 Romania Another early goal of Group B1: Denis Alibec gave the lead to Romania in Austria.
GOAL! Northern Ireland 0-1 Norway (Elyounoussi 2)
Peep peep! All seven matches are underway. Two eyes aren’t really enough on a night like this, but we’ll do our best.
It’s the penultimate night of the action of the League of Nations for this international break. There are some decent matches tomorrow including Sweden v Portugal, Denmark v England and best of all France v Croatia.