SWEDEN RUN RIOT WITH GOALS GALORE
superb long ball by Emil Krafth.
In Group H, Yannick Carasco broke Bosnian hearts with a late winner for Belgium just minutes after Dario Dumic’s 82nd-minute equaliser.
The Atletico Madrid winger struck to give his side a 4-3 win in a game that swung from one end to the other throughout.
Thomas Meunier opened the scoring only four minutes in after a precise Eden Hazard cut-back from the goal line for the Paris Saint-Germain full-back to bury the ball home.
Haris Medunjanin tapped home to equalise on the half hour, before Edin Visca lashed home from outside the box to put the home side ahead at the break.
Hazard’s Chelsea team-mate Michy Batshuayi was in the right place at the right time on 60 minutes to rifle the ball home to make it 2-2.
Tottenham’s Jan Vertonghen put the visitors ahead again on 68 minutes after finding himself unmarked in the box.
Dumic powered home a header from 12 yards out with eight minutes left to give his side hope of making a play-off place.
But it was Carasco whose coolness under pressure allowed him to score the Belgian winner just three minutes later.
Fulham’s Mattias Kait was among the five goalscorers in Estonia’s 6-0 Group A win in Gibraltar, while the Faroe Islands drew 0-0 with Latvia in Group B.
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