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Striker Kylian Mbappe has scored four goals as defending champions France qualified for next year's World Cup by crushing Kazakhstan 8-0.
Real Madrid's Karim Benzema netted twice after the break in a fine display of attacking soccer as Les Bleus qualified for Qatar 2022 as group winner with one game to spare.
France have an insurmountable four-point lead over second-place Finland in Group D.
Meanwhile, Belgium secured their World Cup spot as they beat Estonia 3-1 in Brussels to maintain their unbeaten qualifying run.
The Belgians, semi-finalists in Russia in 2018, climbed to an unassailable 19 points in Group E as Christian Benteke scored early and Yannick Carrasco and Thorgan Hazard added second-half goals.
Belgium join France, Brazil, Denmark and Germany among the first five countries to seal their place at the global showpiece.
Two late goals from Montenegro denied the Netherlands progress from Group G, which now remains in the balance.
The Dutch were eight minutes away from moving into an unassailable lead in the group, but goals from Ilija Vukotic in the 82nd minute and Nikola Vujnovic four minutes later cancelled out a Memphis Depay double.
The Dutch remain two points ahead of Norway, who were held to a goalless draw at home by Latvia before they face the Netherlands away on Tuesday, and Turkey who belted Gibraltar 6-0.
Wales moved clear in second place in World Cup qualifying Group E with a 5-1 home rout of Belarus, as Gareth Bale earned his 100th cap for his country.
Aaron Ramsey scored twice for the hosts in Cardiff with Neco Williams, Ben Davies and Connor Roberts also on target as the Welsh boosted their hopes of finishing runners-up behind Belgium.
At the Parc des Princes, Adrien Rabiot netted his first international goal with a headed from a corner in the 75th while Antoine Griezmann's late penalty gave him 42 goals for France, and one more than midfield great Michel Platini.
Mbappe was about to be taken off when substitute Moussa Diaby cleverly played him in for a low finish in the 87th and a 23rd international goal.
Moments later France coach Didier Deschamps joined in the applause as Mbappe left the field after his maiden international hat-trick.
Finland won 3-1 at Bosnia and Herzegovina despite playing more than 50 minutes with 10 players to move above Ukraine and in contention for a play-off place.
The Finns host France and Ukraine go to Bosnia and Herzegovina in their last group games on Tuesday.