UEFA World Cup qualifying was onto matchday two on Tuesday with a couple big match-ups in the mix. Here are the results:
Serbia 6-1 Wales
Serbia came flying out of the gates with two early goals, but Wales scored to make things interesting. It wasn't interesting for long, though. The Serbs destroyed Wales the rest of the way and by the time it was over, they had six different goal scorers and a valuable three points as they try to keep pace with Belgium and Croatia.
Scotland 1-1 Macedonia
The Scots were always going to have a tough time getting out of this group. After drawing their first two matches, they're probably done.
Bulgaria 1-0 Armenia
Stanislav Manolev netted the only goal in this one as Bulgaria got a key three points, but against an Armenia team down to nine men by the end, a win was a must.
Sweden 2-0 Kazakhstan
Sweden have players not named Zlatan Ibrahimovic! You might have forgotten that at Euro 2012, but goals by Ramus Elm and Marcus Berg powered them today.
Romania 4-0 Andorra
This isn't a great Romania team, but it's a lot better than Andorra. Gabriel Torje and Costin Lazar scored the first two goals before two in stoppage time made the scoreline look silly.
Turkey 3-0 Estonia
After falling 2-0 to the Netherlands on Friday, Turkey needed to bounce back and that is exactly what they did. A goal just before halftime turned a nervy scoreless start into a match Turkey were in control off before they poured it on in the second half.
Cyprus 1-0 Iceland
That's nice for Cyprus.
After Slovenia went ahead early, Markus Henriksen answered. The match looked bound for a draw, but John Arne Riise's goal five minutes into stoppage time delivered Norway a key win.
Switzerland 2-0 Albania
Xherdan Shaqiri showed why he is the best Swiss player with an opening goal and the fantastic Gokhan Inler added a penalty to seal off an easy win.
Israel 0-4 Russia
Israel has given good teams tough matches before, especially in Israel, but Russia apparently doesn't care. They destroyed the Israels in every way possible. Fabio Capello's reign is off to a good start.
Northern Ireland 1-1 Luxumbourg
So that happened.
Bosnia-Herzegovina 4-1 Latvia
Zvjezdan Misimovic scored twice for the home side and Latvia looked like, well, Latvia. As you were.
Slovakia 2-0 Liechtenstein
Greece 2-0 Lithuania
San Marino 0-6 Montenegro
Poor San Marino.
Poland 2-0 Moldova
The Poles didn't necessarily impress, but they got all three points. Robert Lewandowski's inability to make a consistent impact has to be a concern. He had one good shot, but was M.I.A. for long stretches.