Group G leaders Spain destroyed Lichtenstein 8-0, inching closer to qualifying for Russia 2018. Elsewhere, Wales defeated Moldova 2-0 to improve their chances of qualifying, while the United States held Honduras to a 1-1 stalemate. Here's a quick summary of these World Cup qualifying games.

Lichtenstein 0, Spain 8

Spain continued their strong dominance in Group G as they humiliate Lichtenstein 8-0 at the Rheinpark Stadion, Vaduz on Tuesday night. Spain was absolutely dominant in the encounter and launched several counter attacks on Lichtenstein's half.

The former World champions were strong at converting all their goal bound chances. Sergio Ramos opened the scoring for Spain in the third minute before Alvaro Morata (15', 54'), Isco (16'), David Silva (39'), Lago Aspas (51', 63') and Goppel (89' own goal) added to the tally. It was an emphatic road victory for Spain. With this result, Spain remains leaders of the group, while Lichtenstein is in the cellar with no point earned so far. Lichtenstein will play host again to Israel on October 6, while Spain will take on Albania at the Estadio José Rico Pérez, Alicante the same day.

Moldova 0, Wales 2

Wales boosted their chances of securing a playoffs berth on Tuesday night as they beat Moldova 2-0 at the Zimbru Stadium in Chișinău.

Goals from Robson-kanu (80') and Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey (90'+3) sealed a crucial road win. Although, Moldova defense proved to be well guarded in the first half as they held Gareth Bale led Wales to a goalless draw. However, things changed in the second half as they lost focus and conceded a late goal, thanks to the substitute Robson-Kanu who broke the deadlock.

The home team was unable to respond due to the dearth of quality in their attack. With this win, Wales is second with eighteen points while Moldova is at the bottom of the group with just two points. In their next qualifying matches, Wales will face Georgia on October 6 at the Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena in Tbilisi. The same day Moldova will slog it out with the Republic of Ireland at Aviva Stadium, Dublin.

Honduras 1, USA 1

The United States failed to secure a win against Honduras and settled for a stalemate. Honduras opened the scoring in the early minutes of first-half, thanks to a Romell Quioto's brilliant finish from close range. Later on, the visitors attempted some offensive assaults but were unable to find the back of the net until substitute Bobby Wood late heroics strike rescued the United States to a draw. The outcome of the encounter was no doubt disappointing as the USMNT needed a win to boost their chances of qualifying for Russia 2018 automatically. With this result, United States is third in the Hex standings with nine points, while Honduras is fifth with the same nine points. The USMNT is better off on superior goal difference.