Germany secures spot
The draw allowed fierce rival Germany to move top in the group as Toni Kroos hit a brace in a simple 4-0 win over Belarus in Moenchengladbach which saw it qualify for the Euros for the 13th time in a row.
A deft back-heeled goal from defender Matthias Ginter just before the break and impressive finishing by Leon Goretzka and
Kroos gave the Germans a comfortable three-goal lead early in the second half.
Captain Manuel Neuer produced a superb save to keep out Belarus striker Igor Stasevich's penalty before Kroos dribbled through the defence to claim his second goal seven minutes from time and make sure of a routine win. A win over Northern Ireland in Frankfurt on Tuesday will guarantee Loew's new-look side first place.
Croatia survived a scare to secure its place in the Euros after coming from behind beat Slovakia 3-1 in Rijeka. The World Cup runner-up needed just a point to ensure qualification from Group E but Robert Bozenik stunned the home crowd when he tapped the away side ahead in the 32nd minute.
However it was one-way traffic in the second half and Croatia's qualification was never in doubt once Nikola Vlasic drilled home the leveller. Bruno Petkovic headed the hosts in front and Ivan Perisic sealed the three points with a thumping finish with 16 minutes left.
Wales with a chance
That win gives Wales a fighting chance of qualifying after its 2-0 victory over Azerbaijan earlier on Saturday. Ryan Giggs' side stay third thanks to first-half headed goals from Kieffer Moore and Harry Wilson and Slovakia losing against the Croats.
It is just one point behind second-placed Hungary, which travels to Cardiff on the final day for a winner-takes-all clash.
"It's massive for us to get the three points and now we go again Tuesday," said Moore.
Austria booked its place with a 2-1 win over North Macedonia that kept third-placed Slovenia at bay despite its 1-0 triumph over Latvia.
It is second in Group G behind Poland, which had already qualified going into this round of games but maintained a three-point lead at the top of the group thanks to a 2-1 win at Israel.
In Saint Petersburg, the Hazard brothers made short work of Russia as already-qualified Belgium maintained its 100 per cent record with a 4-1 win that secured it top spot in Group I. Eden and Thorgan Hazard put Roberto Martinez's side three goals ahead at the break before in-form Inter Milan striker Romelu Lukaku crashed home the fourth in the 72nd minute to make absolutely sure of the result.
Netherlands' Virgil van Dijk (left) and Daley Blind celebrate their qualification into the Euro 2020 finals in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on Saturday