Turkey beat Iceland 1-0 in their final Euro 2016 Group A game to book a place in the tournament.

The Crescent Stars needed just a point to book a place in the play-off but due to Kazakhstan beating Latvia a victory for Terim’s boys would have ensure victory.

Galatasaray star Selçuk İnan scored the winning goal from an 89th minute free-kick to book Turkey a place in their first European Championships since 2008.


Manchester United target Hakan Çalhanoğlu also started for Turkey. The 21-year-old will cost the Red Devils £30 million according to Tutto Mercato Web (via the Mirror‘s Aaron Flanagan) and will be able to showcase his skills this summer.

The Czech Republic ended qualifying first from Group A after beating the Netherlands 3-2 at the Amsterdam Arena and Iceland went through in second place.


Turkey – Iceland
Stadium: Torku Konya Arena
Referee: Gianluca Rocchi (İtalya Futbol Federasyonu)
Kick-Off: 21.45

Turkey: Volkan Babacan, Şener, Serdar, Hakan, Caner, Selçuk, Ozan, Oğuzhan, Volkan Şen, Hakan, Arda Turan
Manager: Fatih Terim

Iceland: Kristinsson, R. Sigurdsson, Arnason, Saevarsson, Gunnarsson, Gudmundsson, Skulason, G. Sigurdsson, Bjarnason, Sigthorsson, Bödvarsson
Manager: Heimir Hallgrimsson

Goals: 89′ Selcuk Inan

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