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Vardar hold off Barry challenge

Published: Wednesday 23 July 2003, 21.07CET
Barry Town AFC 2-1 FK Vardar (Agg: 2-4) Vardar progress despite conceding a goal after just 46 seconds.

Match statistics

BarryVardar

Goals scored2
 
1
Attempts on target2
 
1
Attempts off target0
 
0
Corners0
 
0
Offsides0
 
0
Fouls committed0
 
0
Yellow cards1
 
3
Red cards0
 
0

Standings

 
Published: Wednesday 23 July 2003, 21.07CET

Vardar hold off Barry challenge

Barry Town AFC 2-1 FK Vardar (Agg: 2-4) Vardar progress despite conceding a goal after just 46 seconds.

F.Y.R. Macedonian champions FK Vardar progressed to the UEFA Champions League second qualifying round despite a 2-1 defeat in Wales at the hands of Barry Town AFC.

Early goal
Vardar led 3-0 from last week's first leg but Barry showed they still intended to make their visitors work when they scored the night's first goal after just 46 seconds when captain Lee Jarman headed in Tom Ramasut's corner. However, Vardar held firm for the rest of the first half to remain two goals in front on aggregate.

Vital strike
Barry, who were only able to play the match at their Jenner Park stadium after paying a rent demand from their local council earlier this week, continued to press for a second goal but saw their hopes fade when Vardar secured a vital away goal on 61 minutes when Brazilian substitute Rogerio Da Costa pounced on a loose ball.

Moscow trip confirmed
Home striker Jamie Moralee put Barry back ahead on the night within two minutes but Vardar remained defensively solid and Barry were unable to score any of the three goals they still needed to secure progress. Vardar will play PFC CSKA Moskva in the next round, with the first leg in Russia next Wednesday.

Last updated: 24/07/03 13.11CET

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Lineups

barry

Barry

vardar

Vardar

1
OvendaleMark Ovendale (GK)
1
ZekirMuarem Zekir (GK)
2
JarmanLee Jarman (C)
Goal1
2
VeselinovskiDragan Veselinovski (C)
4
KennedyRichard Kennedy
3
DosevskiNikola Dosevski
5
MorganScott Morgan
5
AnyanwuBlessing Anyanwu
6
PhillipsLee Phillips
8
TrajcevJovica Trajcev
8
FrenchJon French
9
PetkovMario Petkov
Substitution46
9
MoraleeJamie Moralee
Goal63
10
ZaharievskiSrdjan Zaharievski
Yellow Card25
10
RamasutTom Ramasut
Yellow Card54
Substitution85
14
RistovskiDejan Ristovski
11
AkinfenwaAdebayo Akinfenwa
16
GeorgievskiSlavčo Georgievski
Substitution83
14
CotterrallNathan Cotterrall
Substitution76
21
BrankovıćDejan Brankovıć
17
OcquayeDanny Ocquaye
Substitution76
24
WandeirWandeir
Yellow Card42
Substitution90

Substitutes

25
RudallLee Rudall (GK)
12
BasnarkovPetar Basnarkov (GK)
12
JenkinsJamie Jenkins
Substitution85
7
GrozdanoskiVlatko Grozdanoski
3
LloydGary Lloyd
17
B. BožinovskiBobi Božinovski
Substitution83
13
ByrnePaul Byrne
22
MilevskiIgor Milevski
Substitution90
16
YorkAndrew York
23
Da CostaRogerio Da Costa
Substitution46
Goal60
Yellow Card88
7
MolloyMark Molloy
Substitution76
11
NačevskiDragan Načevski
18
MossDavid Moss
Substitution76

Coach

Kenneth James Brown (ENG) Zoran Stratev (MKD)

Referee

Sergey Kapanin (KAZ)

Assistant referees

Sergey Kenetayev (KAZ), Viktor Mamashev (KAZ)

Fourth official

Akmalkhan Kholmatov (KAZ)

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  • Missed PenaltiesMissed Penalties
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  • SubstitutionSubstitution
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