Defending World Cup champions Germany hammered Norway 6-0 in Group C. In Group E, Christian Eriksen led Denmark past Armenia 4-1, while Nigeria held Cameroon to a 1-1 draw to maintain their lead in the CAF qualifiers in Group B. Here's a summary of these World Cup qualifying games.

Germany 6, Norway 0

Germany continues to set the pace in Group C, as they outplayed Norway 6-0 at the Mercedes-Benz Arena, Stuttgart. Mesut Ozil (9') Julia Draxler (17'), Timo Werner (21', 40'), Leon Goretzka (50'), and Mario Gomez (79') were all on targets for Germany.

The home team were largely dominant throughout the encounter and converted most of their goal bound chances. Norway defense was apparently overpowered by the hosts' attacks and in the process, they conceded six goals. With this emphatic victory, Germany is firmly on track to qualify for Russia 2018. They are on the summit of Group C with twenty-four points, while Norway is fifth with seven points.

Armenia 1, Denmark 4

Thomas Delaney's hat trick led Denmark to an emphatic road win over Armenia at the Vazgen Sargsyan Republican Stadium in Yerevan. Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen was also on the score sheet as he added to the tally for Denmark with a fabulous free-kick. Although, Armenia started well in the early minutes when striker Ruslan Koryan opened the scoring for the home team.

Subsequently, the hosts' back line became totally disorganized in the remaining part of the encounter as they overwhelmingly fell to Denmark's offensive assaults. With this result, Denmark leads the group with sixteen points, while Armenia is in the cellar of Group E with six points.

Cameroon 1, Nigeria 1

The Super Eagles of Nigeria chances of qualifying to Russia 2018 is still alive as they held Africa champions Cameroon to a stalemate on Monday evening at the Stade Omnisports Ahmadou Ahidjo, Nigeria began the encounter on a fine note as they launched several counter attacks on the home team's half.

Although, the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon defense committed series of errors in their box as Nigeria had several goal scoring chances to convert but squandered them all. However, it was Simon Moses who found the back of the net and put Nigeria on the lead. The visitors continued to pile up the pressures on Cameroon's box in the second half and set up several goal scoring chances but failed to finish up those chances again.

Later in the 80th minute, striker Vincent Aboubacar converted a spot kick to rescue the home team to a draw. With this outcome, Nigeria is on the summit with ten points, while Cameroon is third with just three points.