Iceland became the smallest nation to ever qualify to a World Cup after defeating minors, Kosovo to top their qualifying group for Russia 2018.
The Euro 2016 quarter-finalists, who eliminated England in the last 16, has a population of about 335,000.
That means that they are the only country to qualify for a World Cup with a population of fewer than one million.
Goals from Everton’s Gylfi Sigurdsson and Burnley’s Johann Gudmundsson was enough to hand the little country their Russia 2018 ticket.
Sigurdsson calmed his side’s nerves with a neat finish just before half-time then assisted in Gudmundsson’s goal to ensure victory with a close-range strike.
Iceland have won seven of their 10 Group I games in World Cup qualifying.