The Netherlands played 0-0 against Northern Ireland in Belfast, which was enough to book a place at this summer's football party. But the Dutch can thank Steven Davis for not making the road to the European Championships more complicated. The Northern Irishman got the chance to give the home team the lead from eleven yards, but his penalty shot in the 32nd minute was directly lousy and went high over the bar.

The group is topped by Germany, who finished European Championship after 4-0 at home against Belarus. Matthias Ginter and Leon Goretzka started Saturday night's goal shooter in Mönchengladbach before Toni Kroos diluted with two hits.

2-1 victory for Austria

At home in Rijeka, Croatia ended up disadvantaged against Slovakia. But last year's World Cup finalist turned to 3-1 in the second half, thanks to goals by Nikola Vlasic, Bruno Petkovic and Ivan Perisic. Wales and Hungary seem to be settling for the second European Championship spot from the group, but should it be a draw when the team meets on Tuesday, Slovakia - which faces Azerbaijan at home - can pass.

In Group G, Austria killed all the drama when Northern Macedonia was defeated by 2-1 in Vienna. David Alaba and Stefan Lainer netted before the break and the guests did not reduce until the end of the match. Group team Poland was European Championship ready before.