LISBON, Portugal, Nov 19 (Reuters) - Portugal beat Iceland 2-0 at home on Sunday to finish their Euro 2024 qualifying campaign with a perfect record of 10 straight wins in Group J.
Portugal finished with 30 points, eight points ahead of Slovakia, who also qualified for next year's finals in Germany.
Bruno Fernandes scored the first goal of the night for the hosts eight minutes before the break, with a well-placed low shot from the edge of the box.
Portugal doubled their lead in the 66th minute when Ricardo Horta slotted home a loose ball after Cristiano Ronaldo's initial effort was stopped.
Iceland finished fourth in the table with 10 points.