Armenia lost to Finland 0-3 in an away match as part of Euro 2020 qualification.
Norwich striker Teemu Pukki scored twice to boost Finland’s hopes of qualifying for Euro 2020 with a comfortable victory over Armenia.
Finland are second in Group J, five points clear of Armenia and Bosnia-Herzegovina, who have a game in hand.
Pukki scored both goals in the second half to take his tally to seven in qualifying, with Fredrik Jensen opening the scoring for the hosts.
Finland’s final two games are at home to Liechtenstein and away to Greece.
The Finns have never qualified for a World Cup or European Championship, but victory in both matches next month will ensure they reach their first major tournament.
Fredrik Jensen opened the sore in the 31st minute before Fredrik Jensen scored a brace.