How did Scotland, England and Northern Ireland do this weekend?

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It was a great day for all of the home nations in action this weekend in their qualifying matches for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

Before the matches started, a minute's silence was held at Wembley Stadium to remember those who died during the attack on Westminster last week.

Find out how your team did and who scored.

England 2-0 Lithuania
Jermain Defoe celebrates scoring their first goalReuters
Jermain Defoe scored on his first England appearance in three-and-a-half years, with Gareth Southgate's side claiming a comfortable 2-0 win over Lithuania at Wembley
England national football teamEPA
Jamie Vardy secured the win with a second goal, which means England are now four points clear in their world cup qualifying group
Scotland 1-0 Slovenia
Scotland's manager Gordon Strachan gestures on the touchline during the World Cup 2018 qualification football match between Scotland and Slovenia at Hampden Park in Glasgow, ScotlandAFP/Getty Images
Scotland secured an important win in their mission to return to a major international competition
Chris Martin celebrates scoring Scotland's late winner against SloveniaSNS
They left it late against Slovenia, with Chris Martin scoring in the 88th minute. Gordon Strachan had said the game was a must-win
Northern Ireland 2-0 Norway
Northern Ireland's soccer players and supporters celebrate after Northern Ireland scored their first goal against Norway's with in minutes of kick off during the FIFA World Cup 2018 group C qualifying soccer match between Northern Ireland and Norway at the National Football Stadium at Windsor Park, Belfast, Britain,EPA
Northern Ireland, meanwhile, remain on course for a World Cup play-off spot thanks to an impressive 2-0 qualifier win over Norway
Jamie Ward celebrates scoring their first goal with team mates.Reuters
The goals came from Jamie Ward (pictured left) and Conor Washington