|Attempts on target||1||3|
|Attempts off target||0||0|
|7||Bosnia and Herzegovina||Belgium|
|7||Serbia and Montenegro||Lithuania|
|7||Spain||Serbia and Montenegro|
|7||Lithuania||Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|4||Republic of Ireland||France|
Iceland recorded a third Group 7 win as they came from behind to beat ten-man Bulgaria in Sofia. However, with both sides having lost their chances of qualifying for the UEFA European Under-21 Championship finals, there was nothing more than pride at stake.
In the first half, Bulgaria seemed to show more spirit with Valeri Domovchiyski coming close to opening the scoring. However, the game was to turn against the home team as PFC Levski Sofia youngster Domovchiyski was shown a second yellow card just before the interval.
Despite that setback, Bulgaria made a bright start to the second half, with Dimitar Rangelov and Bogomil Dyakov missing good chances before Rangelov's 59th-minute free-kick gave Petar Miladinov's men the lead. However, that goal was to prompt a dramatic Icelandic revival.
Ten minutes after Rangelov's opener, Pálmi Rafn Pálmasson equalised for the visitors, and within 120 seconds they were ahead as Emil Halfredsson punished a mistake in the Bulgaria defence. As Bulgaria pushed for an equaliser in added time, having been reduced to nine men when Rangelov was stretchered off, Helgi Magnússon scored Iceland's third.
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