Switzerland and Croatia qualify for the 2018 World Cup

Switzerland and Croatia qualify for the 2018 World Cup

O'Neill's future is uncertain after the Green and White Army failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup this week.

"Our performance and reaction tonight was fabulous".

The second leg of Greece-Croatia was largely ceremonial as the Croatians took the first leg 4-1 at home.

Zlatko Dalic's men will be playing in their fifth World Cup in Russian Federation next year, having only once failed to qualify in 2010."We had a good match in Zagreb but it was hard here. It was very hard to play with the pitch and our opponents", Stoke City winger Shaqiri said. But they have time to make that decision.

Davis, who won his 100th Northern Ireland cap last week, spent four years on Rangers books, but returned to English football after the club's demotion to the fourth tier.

Yet they could not rectify what happened at Windsor Park, when referee Ovidiu Hategan inexplicably gave that crucial first-leg penalty for a handball against Corry Evans that left O'Neill and his players dumbfounded.

They also came agonisingly close to forcing extra-time on Sunday when Evans' brother Jonny had a header cleared off the line in stoppage time - also by Rodriguez.

"Shafted is the only word to put it", he said.

"The cruelty is in the poorness of the decision", he added.

Greece continued to enjoy more of the ball in the second period but when it came to finishing off an attack, either a pass would go astray or a defender would step in.A shot on the turn by Mitroglou from just outside the penalty area just missed the post with an outstretched Subasic unable to reach it. At this level, for a group of players that deserve more...we should still be fighting for our place to go to Russian Federation.

"Emotions are very high - there's huge, huge disappointment". The Italians find themselves on the verge of missing their first World Cup since 1958, as they return home tomorrow after losing 1-0 in Sweden. "What we got from every single one was more than I could ask for".

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