Austria 1-0 Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland lost a narrow game in Austria to make it two defeats from two in their inaugral UEFA Nations League campaign.
West Ham striker Marko Arnautović netted the only goal when he held his run to stay onside, ghosted behind right-back Paddy McNair and finished with aplomb past a helpless Bailey Peacock-Farrell.
The result means Northern Ireland are three points adrift at the foot of the table with two games to play. They'll have to do better in Bosnia & Herzegovinia on Monday and at home to Austria on November 18 if they're to avoid relegation to the third tier of the UEFA Nations League. Austria are in second place on three points with B&H top after two wins from two.
Northern Ireland are now without a win in six competitive fixtures, since beating the Cech Republic at home in September last year.
It was a tight game that saw few real chances created. The hosts took their one guilt-edged opportunity and Northern Ireland couldn't do likewise.
It was captain Steven Davis who spurned his side's best chance at the start of the second half. He did well to force Sebastian Prödl into a mistake and run through on goal but, from a narrow angle, he dragged his shot harmlessly wide.
After Arnautovic's well-taken strike, Northern Ireland were given an added impetus in attack through the introduction of debutant Kyle Vassell and more-so fellow sub Will Grigg. The Wigan forward almost equalised in spectacular style when he flicked a near post header behind himself, across goal and agonisingly off the foot of the post.
Here's the game as it happened: