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Live Reporting

Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

  1. A good night for Wales

    And a goodnight from us.

    If you're just tuning in Wales booked their place at Euro 2020 with a win at home to Hungary.

    Read all about it.


    Germany thrashed Northern Ireland, and Scotland beat Kazakhstan.

    Oh - and Tottenham fired Poch!


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    Scotland 3-1 Kazakhstan

    Scotland have won seven of their last nine competitive matches on home soil – their previous seven such wins were spread across 18 matches before this.

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    Scotland 3-1 Kazakhstan

    Tom English

    BBC Scotland's chief sports writer

    Scotland a whole lot better in the second half. Dug in. McGinn a big leader for them. Got lucky a few times but three wins in a row brings some momentum. Poor opposition but they need to start somewhere

  4. 'Of course we had doubts'

    Wales 2-0 Hungary

    Ben davies

    Wales defender Ben Davies: "It's huge. We set the target for this campaign and to get there on the final game is special. Of course we had doubts, in the summer we knew we had an uphill battle but we have put in some professional performances.

    "In the last four or five games we have shown how good we can be, and there's a lot more to come from this team."

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    Just read in the Scotland live that it's possible a group in the Euros could be:

    1. England
    2. Scotland
    3. Portugal
    4. France

    the group beyond the group of death!

  6. 'One of the best days of my life'

    Wales 2-0 Hungary

    Ryan Giggs

    Wales manager Ryan Giggs on Sky Sports: "It doesn't get any better, it's amazing! From where we were in the summer, all credit to the lads for coming back. One of the best days of my life.

    "We defended really well, we can play better. Overall two goals and a clean sheet and they didn't really trouble us apart from the one save from Wayne Hennessey.

    "This side can do a lot more. There is quality in the squad, not just the XI. Every player has shown their class, some of the lads were on their last legs at the end there.

    "Aaron Ramsey has shown that class, his finishes - we missed him! Better late than never I suppose.

    "To be honest I haven't really thought about what it means personally - there's been a lot of hard work put in and I am blessed with the best staff I could ask for."

  7. About time too...

    Wales 2-0 Hungary

    Aaron Ramsey

    Wales’ opener was scored by Aaron Ramsey and assisted by Gareth Bale, the first time Bale had set up a goal for Ramsey for their national team since March 2015 against Israel, 4 years and 236 days ago.

  8. What next for Scotland?

    Scotland 3-1 Kazakhstan

    So Scotland will now find out on Friday which of Bulgaria, Hungary, Israel or Romania they will face at Hampden in their Euro 2020 play-off semi-final on 26 March.

    Should they win that one-off tie, Steve Clarke's side would face either Norway or Serbia in a one-legged final, with the home team also decided at Friday's Uefa draw in Switzerland.

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    The draw, by the way, is a week on Saturday, the 30th November.

  10. 'The best time of our lives'

    Wales 2-0 Hungary

    Aaron Ramsey

    Wales midfielder Aaron Ramsey: "We had the best time of our lives in France so we wanted to make sure we got there again. I missed a lot of this campaign but I've chipped in now and it's worthwhile."

    Gareth Bale: "It's about time he contributed! He's a world class player, it's great to have him back and his goals helped us through.

    "We have been getting better throughout the campaign and this is where we want to be. We will go there and have some fun again!"

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    We think it will be Northern Ireland v Bosnia and Slovakia v Republic of Ireland in the play-offs.

    Just trying to triple stamp that one for you. Scotland could still play a few sides.


    Scotland 3-1 Kazakhstan

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    Tony Pulis

    Former Stoke and West Brom manager on BBC Radio 5 Live

    It's very important that everyone enjoys the moment - it's massive. Just the third time in our history to reach a finals, which is remarkable.

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    Wales 2-0 Hungary

    Gareth Bale heads over to console Gergo Lovrencsics, who is in tears on the pitch. Hungary will have to go again in the play-offs as the Cardiff City stadium converge in song.

  15. Scotland have a third

    Scotland 3-1 Kazakhstan

    John McGinn has his second of the night in stippage time...

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    Tony Pulis

    Former Stoke and West Brom manager on BBC Radio 5 Live

    Absolutely fantastic. The Wales rugby team went to Japan and took thousands and thousands of supporters and now the football fans can do the same.

    Something to really look forward to next summer. Fantastic.

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    Wales 2-0 Hungary

    1958, 2016 and now 2020. Wales are at the big table.