Albert Riera plundered an injury-time winner as Spain beat Turkey and Bosnia boosted their play-off hopes.
Liverpool duo help Spain stay 100 per cent
Albert Riera plundered an injury-time winner as Spain beat Turkey and Bosnia-Herzegovina boosted their play-off hopes.
European champions Spain
maintained their 100 per cent start in Group Five, but only just after a 2-1 success in Turkey
The Turks, who had lost 1-0 in Spain on Saturday, took a 26th-minute lead when Middlesbrough's Tuncay Sanli set up Semih Senturk for a simple finish.
Spain equalised just past the hour mark when Liverpool midfielder Xabi Alonso converted from the penalty spot after Ibrahim Uzulmez was penalised for handball.
And two minutes into stoppage time, Alonso's club colleague Riera finished confidently after being teed up by substitute Dani Guiza.
strengthened their position in second spot in the table after holding on for a 2-1 home win over 10-man Belgium
Edin Dzeko, who opened the scoring in the weekend's 4-2 victory in Belgium, repeated the trick by breaking the deadlock on 12 minutes.
And Dzeko, who caught the eye of Sunderland manager Ricky Sbragia on Saturday, then increased Bosnia's lead three minutes later.
Belgium had the highly-rated Alex Witsel sent off on 61 minutes before Gill Swerts scored a consolation two minutes from time.
At the bottom of the group, Estonia
secured a first win of the campaign after a battling 1-0 success at home to Armenia
After a 2-2 draw between the teams on Saturday, Sander Puri's deflected effort from the edge of the area on 82 minutes was enough to earn Estonia the points.