Costa Rica beat New Zealand 1-0 in Doha on Tuesday to claim the last spot at this year's World Cup finals.
Joel Campbell scored the only goal in the third minute. New Zealand had a goal disallowed by VAR and saw Kosta Barbarouses sent off for a second-half challenge.
Costa Rica, in their third straight World Cup finals, will go into a group with Germany, Spain and Japan.
Earlier, on Monday, Australia substitute Andrew Redmayne saved the last penalty to secure his country a place at this year’s World Cup as they edged Peru 5-4 in a shootout following a 0-0 draw after extra time in an inter-continental qualifying playoff.
Redmayne danced across the goal-line before diving to the right to stop a kick from Alex Valera and hand Australia a deserved victory at the Ahmad bin Ali Stadium. Australia qualified for a fifth successive World Cup and a sixth in total.
“This idea was floated pre-selection that this (shootout) might eventuate in these kinds of circumstances,” Redmayne said.
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Victory underlines the dominance of Australia's women, who are also world champions in the 20-over and 50-over formats
Opener Shreyas Iyer clubs 64
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Emirates' medal tally sits on an impressive three, two gold and one bronze
Shreyas Iyer clubs 64, while Deepak Hooda makes 38
The Red Devils go down 2-1 to Brighton at Old Trafford