Iceland became the smallest nation to qualify for the finals of the European Championship thanks to a point from a goalless draw with Kazakhstan.
The Nordic island nation boasts an estimated population of around 329,100 people, and 23 of their number will be selected to compete at Euro 2016 in France next summer.
Six wins from their previous seven games proved to be a more than solid foundation and a further Group A point, secured against Kazakhstan in Reykjavik, got Iceland over the line.
A brace from substitute Milan Skoda saw the Czech Republic come from behind to beat Kazakhstan 2-1 in Thursday's Euro 2016 Group A qualifier in Plzen.
The visitors, bottom of the pool, took a shock lead in the 21st minute when Yuri Logvinenko powered in a header.
They did an admirable job of hanging on thereafter until Skoda, on since half-time, intervened to turn an embarrassing situation into three vital points for his side.
The striker equalised with a header in the 74th minute, then notched another...