LATE drama was the order of the day in Saturday's international fixtures, with Northern Ireland and Scotland both involved in dramatic endings.
The former looked set to be held to a point away in Azerbaijan, only for Stuart Dallas to strike in the final minutes and secure a 1-0 victory.
Canaries goalkeeper Michael McGovern played the full match, keeping a clean sheet to help Michael O'Neill's men to a vital three points.
That ending was arguably topped at Hampden Park, where a trio of late goals saw Scotland play out a thrilling 2-2 draw with England.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain gave England the lead on 70 minutes, only for a brace of late Leigh Griffiths free-kicks to have seemingly given Scotland a remarkable comeback win.
They were to be denied in injury-time, however, with former Norwich loanee Harry Kane grabbing a last-gasp equaliser amid a pulsating finish.
City's Russell Martin and Steven Naismith were both unused substitutes for the hosts.