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Stocklasa saves Liechtenstein

Published: Sunday 8 September 2002, 18.50CET
Liechtenstein 1-1 F.Y.R. Macedonia Michael Stocklasa's late goal gives the hosts a point.

Match statistics

LiechtensteinFYROM

Goals scored1
 
1
Yellow cards1
 
3
Red cards0
 
0

Standings

Last updated: 27/06/2012 11:49 CET

Legend:

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Pts: Points   
 
Published: Sunday 8 September 2002, 18.50CET

Stocklasa saves Liechtenstein

Liechtenstein 1-1 F.Y.R. Macedonia Michael Stocklasa's late goal gives the hosts a point.

Liechtenstein 1-1 F.Y.R. Macedonia
Liechtenstein caused something of a shock today, as they held F.Y.R. Macedonia to a 1-1 draw in their EURO 2004™ Group 7 qualifying match in Vaduz.

Dramatic equaliser
The hosts showed great character to come from behind, and scored the most dramatic of equalisers through Michael Stocklasa at the end of an entertaining match.

Hristov opener
Macedonia coach Nikola Ilievski opted not to give a senior debut to Grazer AK striker Ilco Naumoski, and his decision paid off when veteran NEC Nijmengen forward Gjorgi Hristov opened the scoring with a well-taken goal after seven minutes. Macedonia then looked in control for much of the match and appeared to be cruising to a valuable opening-day victory.

Stocklasa the hero
However, with time running out and Liechtenstein desperate to find an equaliser, Stocklasa struck three minutes into added time to earn his country a share of the spoils.

Turkey in charge
On Saturday, fellow Group 7 rivals Turkey eased to a 3-0 home victory over Slovakia in Istanbul, while England played out a 1-1 draw with Portugal in a friendly in Birmingham. Liechtenstein travel to face Turkey in their next qualifier on 16 October and Macedonia meet the same opponents four days earlier.

Last updated: 09/09/02 13.06CET

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Lineups

Liechtenstein

Liechtenstein

FYROM

FYROM

1
JehlePeter Jehle
1
MilosevskiPetar Milosevski
2
RitterChristof Ritter
2
BragaAguinaldo Braga
Substitution85
3
GigonFrédéric Gigon
Substitution83
3
PetrovRobert Petrov
Yellow Card77
4
HaslerDaniel Hasler (C)
4
SedloskiGoce Sedloski
5
Mic. StocklasaMichael Stocklasa
Goal90+3
5
NikolovskiIgor Nikolovski
6
StocklasaMartin Stocklasa
Yellow Card25
6
MitreskiIgor Mitreski
7
M. TelserMartin Telser
Substitution83
8
PandevGoran Pandev
Substitution70
8
GersterAndreas Gerster
9
HristovGeorgi Hristov
Goal8
Substitution58
9
BeckThomas Beck
10
SakiriArtim Sakiri
Yellow Card84
10
FrickMario Frick
14
SumulikoskiVelice Sumulikoski
11
Matthias BeckMatthias Beck
Substitution46
15
A. MitreskiAleksandar Mitreski

Substitutes

12
HeebMartin Heeb
12
NikoloskiJane Nikoloski
16
D'EliaFabio D'Elia
Substitution83
7
R. PopovRobert Popov
Substitution58
17
BurgmeierFranz Burgmeier
Substitution83
11
StojkovAco Stojkov
Substitution70
18
R. BüchelRonny Büchel
Substitution46
17
GrncarovBoban Grncarov
Substitution85
Yellow Card90+2
13
WolfingerMario Wolfinger
13
NaumoskiIlco Naumoski
14
Marco NiggMarco Nigg
16
GrozdanoskiVlatko Grozdanoski
15
OspeltJürgen Ospelt
18
PanovAngelco Panov

Coach

Ralf Loose (GER) Nikola Ilievski (MKD)

Referee

Vitaliy Godulyan (UKR)

Assistant referees

Taras Klym (UKR), Vasyl Olshanetskyy (UKR)

Fourth official

Andriy Shandor (UKR)

Legend:

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  • Own goalOwn goal
  • PenaltiesPenalties
  • Missed PenaltiesMissed Penalties
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  • SubstitutionSubstitution
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