Poland 1-1 England
England were unable to maintain their winning record in the FIFA World Cup qualifiers after a 1-1 draw with Poland.
After a scoreless first half, Harry Kane found the back of the net in the 72nd minute with a sensational strike from distance that found the bottom corner.
With England seemingly headed for a sixth win in the group, Damian Szymański rose above Luke Shaw to head home Robert Lewandowski's cross.
Kosovo 0-2 Spain
Spain cemented top spot in Group B with a 2-0 win away to Kosovo on Wednesday evening.
The visitors got the breakthrough in the 32nd minute, with Pablo Fornals firing past Arijanet Muric after being set up by Alvaro Morata.
Ferran Torres wrapped up the win for the 2010 World Cup winners in the 88th minute.
Italy 5-0 Lithuania
Italy edged closer to securing a spot at next year's showpiece after thrashing Lithuania 5-0.
Roberto Mancini's men raced into a four goal in the first half thanks a brace from Moise Kean, an own goal from Edgaras Utkus and another strike from Giacomo Raspadori.
Giovanni Di Lorenzo bagged the fifth goal the European champions, who sit top of Group C.
Iceland 0-4 Germany
Germany proved too strong for Iceland after claiming a 4-0 win at Laugardalsvöllur on Wednesday night.
Serge Gnarby and Antiono Rudiger put the Germans ahead, before Leroy Sane added a third goal 10 minutes into the second half.
Timo Werner rounded off the scoring for the away side with two minutes left on the clock.
Belarus 0-1 Belgium
Belgium did not have it all too easy after claiming a slender win over Belarus to maintain their unbeaten record in Group E.
Roberto Martinez rang the changes following their big win over Czech Republic last weekend, although it was business as usual as Dennis Praet opened the scoring on 33 minutes.