Just four days after their first competitive victory, Gibraltar made it two in a row with a Nations League fightback against Liechtenstein.
The team from 'The Rock' stunned Armenia 1-0 away last weekend after 22 consecutive defeats but conceded an early opener tonight to Dennis Salanovic.
However, two second-half strikes in the space of five minutes from George Cabrera and Joseph Chipolina, the first time Gibraltar had scored more than one goal, secured the points.
GOALLLLLLLLL this time its Jospeh Chipolina with a brilliant corner taken by Liam Walker pic.twitter.com/NlLdJZdrjt— GBC Sports (@GBC_Sports) October 16, 2018
Armenia got back on track to defeat Group Four leaders Macedonia 4-0 in Yerevan and closed the gap to three points.
Arsenal midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan wrapped up the win with the hosts' fourth goal in stoppage time, shortly after Macedonia substitute Elif Elmas had been sent off for two cautions.
In League A, World champions France came from behind to beat Germany 2-1 with a second-half double from Antoine Griezmann in their Nations League clash and further increase the pressure on Joachim Low.
In League B, Ukraine clinched promotion from Group One after beating the Czech Republic 1-0 in Kharkiv with a late first-half goal from Genk midfielder Ruslan Malinovsky.
Wales moved two points clear at the top of Group Four with a 1-0 win away over the Republic of Ireland. Harry Wilson curled in a free-kick just before the hour to leave the hosts bottom of the table.
In League C, Norway are top of Group Three after a 1-0 win over Bulgaria, who are level on points in second. Southampton forward Mohamed Elyounoussi got the crucial goal after 31 minutes.
Cyprus had two players sent off - including Southend's Jason Demetriou - as they drew 1-1 at Slovenia, who finished with 10 men.
Georgia clinched promotion from League D - and a guaranteed play-off for Euro 2020 - with a fourth straight victory in Group One, 3-0 in Latvia.
Kazakhstan are in second place after they beat Andorra 4-0, the visitors finishing with 10 men.