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Santi Cazorla scored twice for Spain as they booked their place at the European Championship with a 4-0 win over Luxembourg. Cazorla was then an unused substitute as Vicente del Bosque’s side sealed top spot in Group C with a 1-0 victory in Ukraine.
Olivier Giroud was also at the double for France in a 2-1 friendly victory over Denmark, while Theo Walcott made it seven goals in his last nine games with England’s opener against Estonia.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain also scored for the Three Lions as they made it 10 wins from 10 with a 3-0 win over Lithuania.
Alexis Sanchez continued his fine recent goalscoring form by netting in Chile’s 2-0 World Cup qualifying win over Brazil and Mesut Ozil grabbed an assist as Germany laboured to a 2-1 victory over Georgia in their final qualifier.
David Ospina kept a clean sheet as Colombia beat Peru 2-0.
Petr Cech kept goal as the Czech Republic beat the Netherlands 3-2 in Amsterdam in their final qualifier on Tuesday to see the visitors top Group A.
Aaron Ramsey opened the scoring for Wales as they ended their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign by overcoming Andorra 2-0 at home on Tuesday evening.
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Anthony Martial and Morgan Schneiderlin played 90 minutes as France beat Denmark 2-1 in Copenhagen, with Martial setting up Olivier Giroud’s opener.
Wayne Rooney and Michael Carrick missed England’s win over Estonia with injury and were left at home for the trip to Lithuania, but Three Lions boss Roy Hodgson says he fully expects both players to be “100 per cent” for United’s game with Everton.
David de Gea said he is in the “best form of my career” after a fine display in Spain’s 1-0 win over Ukraine.
Marouane Fellaini started as Belgium overcame Israel 3-1 at home on Tuesday night to help seal top spot in Group B. The 24-year-old produced 10 fine saves as the holders ended their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign on a high in Kiev.
Bastian Schweinsteiger pulled out of Germany’s match with Republic of Ireland in the warm-up with a thigh injury. Germany boss Joachim Low suggested after the game that Schweinsteiger should be okay after “two or three days”.
Matteo Darmian helped Italy secure automatic qualification to Euro 2016 by scoring his first goal for his country with a drilled effort in their 3-1 win over Azerbaijan, before also starting in the Azzurri’s 2-1 victory against Croatia that sealed top spot in the group.
Paddy McNair helped Northern Ireland finish top of their qualification group with a 3-1 win over Greece, followed by a 1-1 draw in Finland. However, the 20-year-old stayed overnight in a Helsinki hospital on Monday evening for treatment on an abdominal injury having been subbed off in the 51st minute.
Daley Blind and Memphis Depay both featured in the Netherlands’ final game at home to the Czech Republic, although their presence was still not enough to prevent the Oranje from losing 3-2 as they failed to qualify for the Euros for the first time since 1984