Last Updated at 10:22 pm, October 7th 2011
FULL TIME: Northern Ireland's hopes of qualifying for Euro 2012 went down in flames after a controversial home defeat to Estonia. Konstantin Vassiljev's goal six minutes from time should have been disallowed for offside in the build-up, according to Northern Ireland's players. However, replays after the game showed that Steven Davis had in fact got a touch on the ball during the build-up and referee Manuel Grafe had made the correct decision. The hosts had taken the lead through Davis' first-half effort, but the visitors levelled through Vassiljev's penalty.
YELLOW CARD: Gareth McAuley is booked for that late tackle on Piiroja.
GOAL: Northern Ireland 1 Estonia 2 (Konstantin Vassiljev 84).
SUBSTITUTION: David Healy replaces Grant McCann as Nigel Worthington plays his final card.
YELLOW CARD: Craig Cathcart has to make a big tackle to deny Estonia's Sergei Zenjov an opportunity. Cathcart was booked after giving away the penalty.
PENALTY GOAL: Northern Ireland 1 Estonia 1 (Konstantin Vassiljev Pen 77) Vassiljev has come on and made a huge impression for Estonia and he converts from 12 yards to restore parity at Windsor Park.
PENALTY GIVEN: Craig Cathcart brings down Konstantin Vassiljev for a blatant spot kick.
YELLOW CARD: Goalkeeper Lee Camp is booked for timewasting.
SUBSTITUTION: So Warren Feeney replaces Kyle Lafferty for the hosts then. He's on for his 55th cap tonight.
SUBSTITUTION: Estonia make their final change as it's the one we've all been expecting as Konstantin Vassiljev replaces Tarmo Kink.
SUBSTITUTION: Another change for Estonia as Ats Purje replaces Sander Puri.
YELLOW CARD: Kyle Lafferty jumps for the ball with Raio Piiroja and the striker is booked for a stray arm into the defender's face. He will now miss the next qualifer in Italy. What a massive blow!
YELLOW CARD: Sergei Zenjov, who has just come on has now been booked for a late tackle and will miss the play-off first-leg if Estonia make it.
SUBSTITUTION: A change for Estonia at the start of the second half as Sergei Zenjov replaces Ahjupera.
HALF TIME: It's good news for Northern Ireland boss Nigel Worthington so far because they lead at Windsor Park thanks to Captain Steven Davis, who buried Kyle Lafferty's cross from close range. They will, however, need Italy to do them a huge favour and defeat Serbia in Belgrade and it's 1-1 in that game at the moment.
SUBSTITUTION: So Corry Evans replaces Sammy Clingan then.
Let's have a quick look at the odds with SKYBET. Northern Ireland are 21/20 to win while Estonia are 13/5 while the draw is 12/5. Kyle Lafferty is 11/2 to bag the first goal while Chris Brunt is a decent price at 9/1. The hosts to win 2-1 is also a 9/1 shot. How about David Healy to score first and Northern Ireland to win 3-0? That's a 65/1 shot. Meanwhile, Jarmo Ahjupera to score first and Estonia to win 1-0 is 55/1 if you fancy a flutter. Go to www.skybet.com to place your bets.
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Armenia4 - 1Macedonia
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Azerbaijan1 - 4Austria
Turkey1 - 3Germany
Belgium4 - 1Kazakhstan
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