Group Seven round-up
By James Pearson
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Spain capitalised on Serbia's draw by moving joint-top of Group 7.Spain capitalised on Serbia & Montenegro's draw by moving joint-top of Group 7 with a 1-0 victory.
Spain knew only a win would do against Lithuania after the leaders were surprisingly held at home.
The minnows made it anything but easy for Spain with Albert Luque's 69th minute proving the decisive factor between the sides.
Serbia & Montenegro missed the chance earlier in the day to retain their place at the summit of the Group after being held by Belgium.
Serbia took a two-point lead in to game, but were unable to break down a stubborn Belgian defence and settled for a goalless draw.
Bosnia-Herzegovina have got their campaign up and running after securing their first win with a 3-1 success over lowly San Marino.
Hasan Salihamidzic's first half brace was enough to give Bosnia all three points from their trip to Serravalle.
Andy Selva did net San Marino's second goal of their campaign on 40 minutes, but the home side were unable to find a leveller.
Sergej Barbarez killed off the contest by adding a late third for the visitors with 15 minutes of the contest remaining.