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EURO 2016: Lewandowski scores again, Albania makes history

Scotland v Poland - UEFA EURO 2016 Qualifier

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - OCTOBER 8 : Robert Lewandowski of Poland celebrates with his team mates after scoring the equalising goal in the final minute of the game during the EURO 2016 Qualifier between Scotland and Poland at Hamden Park on October 8, 2015 in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

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Three more teams have locked down spots at EURO 2016 next June, as just two more matchdays or qualification remain.

Poland 2-1 Republic of Ireland

Another match for Poland, another goal for Robert Lewandowski. With the match tied at one, Lewandowski scored the game-winner for Poland to secure a berth in EURO 2016. The goal was Lewandowski’s 13th of the qualifying campaign, tying the record set by Northern Ireland’s David Healy in 2008. Poland finishes second in Group D behind Germany, while Ireland finishes third and will have to qualify through a play-off.

Armenia 0-3 Albania

Albania qualified for their first-ever major tournament with a 3-0 win over Armenia. Having never featured in a World Cup or European Championship, the win secured second place in Group I, sending Albania to France next June. Armenia remains without a win in qualification.

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Faroe Islands 0-3 Romania

Romania secured a spot in EURO 2016 with a comfortable win away from home against the Faroe Islands. Constantin Budescu scored twice in the first half and Alexandru Maxim added a late insurance goal to earn qualification after missing out on the tournament in 2012. Romania conceded just two goals in ten matches, the best defensive record in the entire competition.

Elsewhere in EURO qualifying

Group D

Germany 2-1 Georgia
Gibraltar 0-6 Scotland

Group F

Finland 1-1 Northern Ireland
Greece 4-3 Hungary

Group I

Serbia 1-2 Portugal