Thomas Delaney with Denmark
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A start, assist and victory for Delaney, with Bono and Augustinsson also starting. No minutes for Dmitrovic nor Gudelj in the Serbian victory against Azerbaijan
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A roundup of all action on Tuesday night for the four international teams with Sevilla representation. All of them have won and two have mathematically sealed qualification for the Qatar World Cup. To start, Denmark needed three points or the same result as Scotland, but they did not need to worry. Delaney started and was substituted for Jensen in stoppage time. Thanks to a goal from Maehle at the start of the second half after a pass from the Sevilla player, the Scandinavians won against Austria in Copenhagen and completed a run of eight victories. With two more games ahead in November they cannot be overtaken by Scotland, who are second and seven points behind.

Also, everything went perfectly for Morocco last night, who played in Agadir in a game that had to be postponed one month ago due to the coup d'état in Conakry. With Bono starting and Munir on the bench, Morocco won 4-1 thanks to goals from El Kaabi and Boufal as well as a brace from Amallah. With this they move onto eight points ahead of Guinea-Bissau when they are only two qualification games left. Morocco will take on the African Cup of Nations in January and then the final playoff to get to Qatar in March. 

Also, Augustinsson played 90 minutes in a key victory for Sweden against Greece in Solna. The Yellows will have their fate in their hands in the last two matchdays with a two-point advantage over Spain. Forsberg with a penalty and Isak, both in the final half an hour, decided the game for the home side. Rounding off the review Dmitrovic and Gudelj's Serbia, won 3-1 in Belgrade against Azerbaijan, even if neither of them got any minutes. A brace from Vlahovic and a goal from Tadic gave the victory and meant that Serbia lead the group with a point more and a game more than Portugal. However, the only game left for the Serbians is precisely against the Portuguese, which means their fate will depend on themselves.