France 1-1 Turkey: World champions held in Paris

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Turkey at Paris held to a 1-1 draw world champions France to postpone their eligibility.
Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud headed house an Antoine Griezmann corner four minutes after coming on as a substitute.
Kaan Ayhan pulled Turkey degree five minutes later because he glanced a free-kick in the right previous Steve Mandanda.
The result suggests Turkey remain above France at the very top of Group H because of the 2-0 win at the fixture.
Iceland win over Andorra intended neither France nor Turkey could be eligible on Monday.
France dominated the game, having 64% of 23 shots and ownership but were not able to actually undermine a well-organised and uncooperative Turkey defence which has conceded in eight games.
Chelsea midfielder NGolo Kante has been on the bench for France despite reportedly picking up a muscle injury during the warm-up for Fridays 1-0 win over Iceland.
But fellow Premier League players Paul Pogba, Anthony Martial, Hugo Lloris and Aymeric Laporte were all missing through injury.
While France sponsor Moldova prior to going to Andorra needing a maximum of three points to reach the finals turkey confront Andorra and Iceland in November demanding a stage to secure qualification.