Estadi Comunal - Andorra la Vella 26/03/2013 - 16:00CET (16:00 local time)

Qualifying round - Group 2

Andorra - Russia
0-3
 

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Russia ease past Andorra to make winning start

Published: Tuesday 26 March 2013, 19.55CET
Andorra 0-3 Russia
The 2013 finalists opened their 2015 qualifying account at the first time of asking against Justo Ruiz's team in Andorra la Vella.
by Ivan Moure
Russia ease past Andorra to make winning start
Aleksandr Korotaev celebrates doubling Russia's lead ©Àlex Lara
 

Match statistics

Andorra
Russia

0

Goals scored

3

4

Total attempts

18

2

on target

6

2

off target

11

0

blocked

1

0

against woodwork

0

3

Corners

4

1

Offsides

4

4

Yellow cards

1

1

Red Cards

0

18

Fouls committed

14

11

Fouls suffered

15

Lineups

Andorra

Andorra

Russia

Russia

1Vinardell (GK)1Lobantsev (GK)
3Rubio2Bryzgalov
6Bousenine3Ten
7L. San Nicolas
68
4Nikitin (C)
8X. Vieira5Knyazev
9Guevara6Emelyanov
76
10Pousa (C)7Makhmudov
65
11Bertran
59
8Obukhov
90+3
14Eric Rodríguez
57
73
9Mitrishev
10
57
15Bueno
90+2
10Kozlov
17Alves11Korotaev
18

Substitutes

12J. Rodriguez (GK)12Leonov (GK)
4Prat13Terentyev
5Rebés14Kutepov
18Ferreira15Bolov
20Diego Marinho
68
86
16Lambarski
76
22Crespo
59
75
17Kayumov
65
23Gomes
86
18Panyukov
57
58

Coaches

Justo Ruiz (AND) Nikolai Pisarev (RUS)

Referee

Laurent Kopriwa (LUX)

Standings

Last updated: 27/03/2013 08:34 CET

Legend:

P: Played   
Pts: Points   
  
Published: Tuesday 26 March 2013, 19.55CET

Russia ease past Andorra to make winning start

Andorra 0-3 Russia
The 2013 finalists opened their 2015 qualifying account at the first time of asking against Justo Ruiz's team in Andorra la Vella.

Russia made a winning start in their bid to reach the UEFA European Under-21 Championship finals in 2015 as they eased past Andorra at the Estadi Comunal.

After securing qualification for the 2013 tournament in Israel, Magomed Mitrishev, Aleksandr Korotaev and Vladimir Obukhov struck to ensure the next generation took the first step towards repeating that feat in Andorra la Vella.

On the front foot from the off, the visitors went ahead ten minutes in as Mitrishev beat Daniel Vinardell in the Andorra goal. The lead was swiftly doubled as the scorer of the first provided an outstanding assist for Korotaev who made it two eight minutes later.

Nikolai Pisarev's charges consolidated their position after Eric Rodríguez received his second yellow card in the 73rd minute, leaving Andorra coach Justo Ruiz with a reduced hand. The game was wrapped up in added time as Victor Bueno fouled Obukhov in the area, allowing the same player to bury the resulting penalty and clinch a first Group 2 success.

Last updated: 09/05/13 11.43CET

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