With a population of just over 300,000, Iceland became the smallest nation to qualify for the FIFA World Cup.
Iceland managed to finish top of a hard World Cup qualifying group that included Croatia, Ukraine and Turkey and they will now hope to defy the odds and get out of the group stages at the tournament itself.
The chant was a success when Iceland made its major tournament debut at the Euros in France past year, when it stunned by reaching the quarterfinals after drawing with Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal in the group stage and eliminating England in the last 16.
"And what's more we are in a group contested between Croatia, Turkey, Ukraine and Finland, who are much better than their position in the group would have you believe".
Elsewhere, Ireland stunned Wales 1-0 to seal a spot in the playoffs.
The Serbs topped Group D on 21 points, two ahead of Republic of Ireland, who booked a spot in the playoffs thanks to a narrow 1-0 win against rivals Wales in Cardiff.
"We knew going into the last four games we would probably have to win the four of them, we got three but just at the final hurdle it was not enough".
Being the smallest nation to get qualified for worldwide football's biggest event, Iceland topped the Europe Group 1, to book a place for the final show in Russian Federation, next year.
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