SWEDEN RUN RIOT WITH GOALS GA­LORE

Daily Star Sunday - - RESULT! -

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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