World champions France were held to a 1-1 draw by Turkey in Paris to delay their qualification for Euro 2020.
Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud headed home an Antoine Griezmann corner four minutes after coming on as a second-half substitute.
Kaan Ayhan pulled Turkey level five minutes later as he glanced a free-kick from the right past Steve Mandanda.
The result means Turkey remain above France at the top of Group H because of their 2-0 win in the reverse fixture.
Iceland's 2-0 win over Andorra meant neither France nor Turkey could qualify on Monday.
France dominated the game, having 64% of possession and 23 shots but were unable to really threaten a well-organised and stubborn Turkey defence which has conceded just three goals in eight qualifying games.
But fellow Premier League players Paul Pogba, Anthony Martial, Hugo Lloris and Aymeric Laporte were all missing through injury.
Turkey face Iceland and Andorra in November requiring a point to secure qualification, while France host Moldova before going to Andorra needing a maximum of three points to reach the finals.