The teams France and Belarus of Group A face against each other today in the UEFA World Cup Qualifying.
The job of World Cup qualification isn't done yet for France, who sit in first place in Group A of UEFA qualifying, but have not yet secured themselves a spot in Russian Federation next summer.
First, it is Antoine Griezmann, who opened the score after a nice through ball from Blaise Matuidi and a finish full of poise.
In the end, France were able to ride out the game and the Netherlands beat Sweden 2-0 to make the result irrelevant, but this was an uninspired performance in a potentially vital match. Needing an unthinkable 7-0 win, the Dutch managed only two, both from Arjen Robben.
In Group B, where it had been all to play for at the summit prior to kick-off, Portugal saw off the challenge of Switzerland to qualify by virtue of a superior goal difference.
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Arjen Robben scored both goals - in the 16th minute from the penalty spot and on 40 minutes - before he announced his global retirement post match. An own goal from Johan Djourou set Portugal on the right track before Andre Silva put the hosts two up before the hour mark.
HOLLAND take on Sweden as they look to keep their extremely slim World Cup qualification hopes alive.
European champions Portugal finished top of their group after a 2-0 home win over Switzerland, who will now go to a play-off.
Belgium's Eden Hazard scored twice and his brother Thorgan also got on the scoresheet in a 4-0 win over Cyprus in Brussels.
Eden Hazard all but sealed the game with a 63rd minute penalty before a Romelu Lukaku strike put the cherry on top 15 minutes later.