The Finnish and Swedish national football squads secured their place in UEFA EURO 2020 by beating their opponents Friday evening.

Finland managed to book their tournament finals debut, defeating Liechtenstein 3-0, boosting their points total to 18 and guaranteeing a second place spot in Group J behind Italy.

Finland’s victory goals came from Jasse Tuominen and Teemu Pukki, who scored a brace.

In Group F, Sweden managed to beat Romania 2-0 and secured their spot to the tournament finals behind Spain.

Marcus Berg and Robin Quaison scored in the first half to get the party started for Sweden.


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