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Luxembourg 0-3 Ukraine

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Andriy Yarmolenko notched a hat-trick as Ukraine recorded their third straight victory in Euro 2016 qualifying Group C with a 3-0 triumph at rock-bottom Luxembourg.

Yarmolenko put the visitors ahead with a rising finish in the 33rd minute and added two quickfire curling efforts after the break in the 53rd and 56th minutes.

The win saw Ukraine move on to nine points from four games in the pool, while Luxembourg remain on one point.

Luxembourg showed some endeavour early on as Christopher Martins brought...

Diego Costa scores for Spain in 4-0 friendly win vs. Luxembourg

Diego Costa finally gets off the mark for Spain against Luxembourg as the Chelsea striker hopes to turn around a poor start for his national side.

After finally scoring his first goal for Spain in Sunday's 4-0 Euro 2016 qualifier win in Luxembourg, Diego Costa admitted his barren run for La Roja had become an annoying weight on his shoulders.

The Chelsea striker has nine goals in his first seven Premier League games, but had not hit the net in his first six caps for adopted country Spain, or during two earlier appearances for his country of birth Brazil.

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Costa's first international goal eventually arrived after 512 minutes and 25 shots for...

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Diego Costa off the mark as Spain win in Luxembourg

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Paco Alcacer celebrates his goal in Spain's victory over Luxembourg.

Diego Costa needed his fair share of opportunities to open his goalscoring account for Spain in a 4-0 European Championship qualifying victory over Luxembourg.

The Brazil-born striker kept a low profile at the World Cup finals after switching national allegiance, and Spain fans watched him toil in vain throughout Thursday's shock Group C loss in Slovakia.

He fluffed countless first-half chances to...