Poland, Russia, Italy and Belgium have all booked their places to next year’s EURO 2020 which comes off from 12 June to 12 July 2020 in 12 cities in 12 European countries.
Belgium became the first team to secure qualification for Euro 2020 with a huge 9-0 win at home to minnows San Marino.
Jorginho and Federico Bernardeschi scored in a 2-0 victory over Greece in Rome on Saturday to confirm Italy’s qualification from Group J.
Russia needed just a point to seal their qualification. Cheryshev opened the scoring in the ninth minute to set them on their way, before he set up Magomed Ozdoev for the second at GSP Stadium on Sunday in a 5-0 win over Cyprus.
Poland also became the fourth nation to confirm their participation at Euro 2020 thanks to a 2-0 win over North Macedonia on Sunday. Jerzy Brzeczek’s Poland looked as though they were going to finish the day frustrated, but eventually scored the first goal 16 minutes from time in the Group G fixture. Przemyslaw Frankowski got on the end of Robert Lewandowski’s shot and prodded home to send Poland on their way to victory in Warsaw. Lewandowski was involved again a few moments later, nudging the ball to Arkadiusz Milik while appearing to be fouled and the Napoli man made the most of the advantage.