Northern Ireland 3-3 Finland
Northern Ireland secured a 3-3 draw with Finland at Windsor Park thanks to a late penalty from Martin Paterson.
Michael O'Neill's side took a two goal lead within 19 minutes, thanks to an early strike from Shane Ferguson on six minutes and a Kyle Lafferty header.
However, the home crowd's celebrations were dampened as Finland got one back on 22 minutes from a Tim Sparv header, before a misplaced back-pass by Chris Brunt two minutes later was picked up by Teemu Pukki and slotted home to draw the scores level.
In the second half, Finland dominated and took the lead on 77 minutes when Perparim Hetemaj blasted in the free-kick from 20 yards.
But there was celebration for the Windsor Park crowd on 83 minutes after Paterson was fouled in the box.
He picked himself up and took the penalty to get his first international goal and secure a hard-earned draw for O'Neill's boys.