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Man United target Belotti scores in Italy rout as Iceland shock Croatia – plus all the other World Cup qualifying results

Date Posted,June 10, 2017

Manchester United target Andrea Belotti struck in Italy’s 5-0 thrashing of Liechtenstein as the Azzurri remained on track for Russia 2018.

Southampton’s Manolo Gabbiadini also scored, along with Lorenzo Insigne, Eder and Federico Bernadeschi.

Giampiero Ventura’s side are level with Spain at the top of Group G with four games left to decide who will face the prospect of an annoying play-off.

Diego Costa put his club troubles behind him with a goal for La Furia Roja against Macedonia and will now focus on finding a new club.

Manchester City’s David Silva also struck for the former world champions to beautifully set up September’s monster clash against Italy at the Bernabeu.

The Torino star performs his signature celebration (Photo: Getty Images Europe)
Diego Costa converts from close range (Photo: UEFA)
Sergio Ramos congratulates Costa (Photo: UEFA)

Bristol City’s Hordur Magnusson struck the winner for Iceland vs Croatia to draw level with their opponents at the top of Group I.

Turkey are hot on their heels after thrashing Kosovo and are now two points back in third.

UEFA World Cup qualification results

Moldova 2-2 Georgia

Republic of Ireland 1-1 Austria

Serbia 1-1 Wales

Israel 0-3 Albania

Italy 5-0 Liechtenstein

Macedonia 1-2 Spain

Finland 1-2 Ukraine

Iceland 1-0 Croatia

Kosovo 1-4 Turkey

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