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 By PA Sport

Burnley's Gudmundsson wants Iceland-England rematch in World Cup

The FC crew break down how Iceland were able to make history and become the smallest country to qualify for the World Cup.
The guys respond to your tweets Iceland, Belgium and coming out of retirement, while also discussing rotisserie chicken.
After becoming the smallest nation to qualify for the World Cup, Iceland celebrated with their famous Viking clap.

Iceland's Johann Berg Gudmundsson is gunning for England again at next summer's World Cup and would be confident of scoring another famous victory.

Burnley winger Gudmundsson was part of the side which bundled the Three Lions out of Euro 2016 with a shock 2-1 win in Nice and is already dreaming of a rematch in Russia.

Roy Hodgson paid for that last-16 loss with his job and Iceland, after becoming the smallest nation ever to win a World Cup place, would welcome the chance to reopen the wounds in...

 By Chris Wright

Iceland's Emil Hallfredsson celebrates World Cup berth in unusual fashion

As you're no doubt aware, Iceland pulled off the incredible feat of becoming the smallest nation in history to qualify for a World Cup by virtue of a 2-0 win over Kosovo on Monday evening.

Of course, the victory sparked mass celebrations that went on long into the night.

However, Iceland international Emil Hallfredsson chose an altogether more serene and scholarly way to mark his nation's passing into football history: a game of naked chess.

The art of playing chess wearing shoes. Skák og mát Fredrico ⚽️🏋🏼‍♀️🇮🇸#roadtorussia #russia18

A post shared by Emil Hallfreðsson (@emilhallfreds) on

The Udinese midfielder shared a photo of himself in a...

 By PA Sport

World Cup's smallest nations: Iceland eclipse Trinidad & Tobago for record

After becoming the smallest nation to qualify for the World Cup, Iceland celebrated with their famous Viking clap.
The FC crew break down how Iceland were able to make history and become the smallest country to qualify for the World Cup.
Gylfi Sigurdsson and Iceland have become the smallest nation to reach the World Cup following their 2-0 win over Kosovo.

Iceland have become the smallest nation ever to qualify for the World Cup after a 2-0 win over Kosovo on Monday.

The northern European country, who famously knocked England out of Euro 2016, has a population of just over 335,000 people.

Here are the five other smallest nations to have featured on the game's biggest stage (Population figures from: worldometer.info, except Northern Ireland and Wales population information, which comes from the Office of National Statistics, 2016):

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO...

 By Nick Ames

Iceland continue magical football run by qualifying for World Cup

Gylfi Sigurdsson and Iceland have become the smallest nation to reach the World Cup following their 2-0 win over Kosovo.
The FC crew break down how Iceland were able to make history and become the smallest country to qualify for the World Cup.
The guys respond to your tweets Iceland, Belgium and coming out of retirement, while also discussing rotisserie chicken.
After becoming the smallest nation to qualify for the World Cup, Iceland celebrated with their famous Viking clap.

It was approaching midnight when Iceland's players, wearing crisp white dinner shirts, were ushered into Petersen Svitan, one of Reykjavik's most exclusive bars. Minutes before, they had been on stage in their national team jerseys, throwing them to a delirious crowd in Ingolfstorg Square before finally taking their leave for a more private celebration.

It had been a stretch to imagine this four days prior, but here it was: Iceland had just qualified for their first World Cup, and the highs of last...