Scotland, who qualified for Subgroup A, drew 3:3 (2:2) with Norway in a six-goal match at home.
Aaron Donnum put the Norwegians in the lead already in the third minute, but in the 13th minute John McGinn scored a penalty kick. In the 20th minute, Jürgen Strans Larsen restored the Norwegians’ lead, but 13 minutes later, Leu Estigors put the ball into his own goal – 2:2.
In the 59th minute of the match, after a pass from McGinn, Stuart Armstrong gave the Scots the lead for the first time in the match, but four minutes before the end of the regular time, Mohamed Elyunusi broke the tie.
Meanwhile, Spain, which has already secured a place in the final tournament, defeated Georgia 3:1 (1:1) at home.
Robin le Normand and Ferran Torres scored for the Spaniards, as well as Luka Lochoshvili with an own shot. Kvicha Kvaracheli scored the only goal for the Georgian national team.
In subgroup A, Spain had 21 points, Scotland scored 17 points, Norway – 11, Georgia – eight, and Cyprus remained without points.
The winners of the first two places of the ten groups enter the final tournament, while three more participants of the final tournament will be determined in March 2024 in the “play-off” games of the A, B and C leagues of the Nations League.
The European Championship will be held in ten German cities from June 14 to July 14, 2024.
In addition to Germany, Belgium, France, Portugal, Spain, Scotland, Turkey, Austria, England, Hungary, Slovakia, Albania, Denmark, Romania, Switzerland, the Netherlands and Serbia have already secured a place in the final tournament.
The current European champion is Italy, who in 2021 beat England in the final in London in penalty kicks.