Euro 2020 qualification is slowly approaching its end, and Friday night saw another load of fixtures as teams across the continent battled for supremacy.
It was an evening to forget for England, but there were routine victories for both France and Portugal, in what was a decisive night for many.
Let's take a look at all the action.
Czech Republic 2-1 England (Group A)
However, Jakub Brabec poked home after a corner to fire the hosts level just five minutes later, and the Czech Republic spent most of the game on top. They grabbed a much-deserved winner through
Montenegro 0-0 Bulgaria (Group A)
In the other game in Group A, Montenegro and Bulgaria played out an uninspiring 0-0 draw.
The two sides at the bottom of the group were evenly matched throughout, exchanging plenty of shots on goal, but both sides lacked the quality to really make their efforts count.
They both remain well behind in Group A and neither can now qualify for Euro 2020.
Portugal 3-0 Luxembourg (Group B)
It was a comfortable evening for Portugal, who picked up a routine 3-0 victory over minnows Luxembourg.
A first-half Bernardo Silva goal got proceedings underway, before Cristiano Ronaldo added a deserved second after the break.
They remain on track for qualification, although they still need some more points if they are to guarantee their place.
Ukraine 2-0 Lithuania (Group B)
Ukraine's fantastic qualifying campaign continued as their stormed to a convincing 2-0 win over Lithuania.
Andorra 1-0 Moldova (Group H)
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Moldova began the evening ahead of Andorra in Group H, but they could not make their dominance in the game count as they fell to a frustrating 1-0 loss.
The visitors were on top to begin with, but
Iceland 0-1 France (Group H)
France picked up all three points with a 1-0 win over Iceland, but they were certainly made to work for it.
The hosts gave up most of the possession and defended for their lives, but everything came undone in the 55th minute after Antoine Griezmann was fouled in the penalty area. Olivier Giroud stepped up to convert from the spot, and Les Bleus' quality saw them through to the final whistle.
It's job done for France, and a win against Turkey next time out would be enough to see them qualify for the finals.