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Torje strikes twice for Romania

Published: Tuesday 11 September 2007, 18.27CET
Romania 3-0 Bosnia-Herzegovina Romania initiated the new Municipal Stadium in Ramnicu Valcea with a comfortable win to go clear in Group 10.

Match statistics

RomaniaBosnia and Herzegovina

Goals scored3
 
0
Attempts on target3
 
0
Attempts off target0
 
0
Corners0
 
0
Fouls committed0
 
0
Yellow cards2
 
3
Red Cards0
 
0

Standings

Group 10: FRA / ROU / BIH / WAL / MLT

PPts
Romania Romania37
France France24
Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina23
Wales Wales10
Malta Malta20
Last updated: 19/04/2013 11:25 CET

Legend:

P: Played   
Pts: Points   
Published: Tuesday 11 September 2007, 18.27CET

Torje strikes twice for Romania

Romania 3-0 Bosnia-Herzegovina Romania initiated the new Municipal Stadium in Ramnicu Valcea with a comfortable win to go clear in Group 10.

Romania initiated the new Municipal Stadium in Ramnicu Valcea with a comfortable 3-0 win against Bosnia-Herzegovina in UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualifying Group 10.

Comfortable win
The home team dominated from beginning to end, and were ahead on five minutes when Gabriel Torje struck from the left of the penalty area. Half an hour later it was 2-0 as captain Claudiu Keseru's brilliant pass was finished off by Torje. Keseru spurned a number of chances after this but he headed the third with 14 minutes left. Erik Bicfalvi hit the crossbar immediately afterwards but by then victory was already secure. Romania are three points clear at the top of the group, at least until France visit Malta on Wednesday. France is third-place Bosnia-Herzegovina's next destination on 12 October, four days later Les Bleuets go to Romania.

Last updated: 27/03/13 7.17CET

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Lineups

Romania

Romania

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina

10
DeacCiprian Deac
Yellow Card66
Substitution68
11
AdilovićEldin Adilović
11
KeseruClaudiu Andrei Keseru (C)
Goal76
Substitution86
1
BurićJasmin Burić (GK)
5
MardareŞtefan Mardare
6
ČovićMehmedalija Čović
8
RopotanAdrian Ropotan
Yellow Card90+2
4
HasićŠerif Hasić
Yellow Card34
Substitution46
4
ScutaruCristian Scutaru
9
JelićPetar Jelić (C)
Yellow Card33
3
SepsiLászló Sepsi
5
PandžaBoris Pandža
Substitution63
9
StancuBogdan Stancu
3
M. PejićMatijas Pejić
Substitution40
12
TătăruşanuCiprian Tătăruşanu (GK)
7
PurićDario Purić
7
TorjeGabriel Torje
Goal6
Goal36
Substitution81
8
RistanićIlija Ristanić
2
TudoseAlexandru Tudose
10
ŠtilićSemir Štilić
Yellow Card37
6
BicfalviEric Bicfalvi
2
VršajevićAvdija Vršajević

Substitutes

18
PalimaruClement Palimaru
Substitution81
14
AganovicAdmir Aganovic
Substitution46
1
PantilimonCostel Pantilimon (GK)
13
BenovićVukašin Benović
Substitution40
15
TănaseCristian Tănase
12
BerakNovica Berak (GK)
13
SirghiCristian Sirghi
15
PericOzren Peric
Substitution63
16
OchiroşiiIulian Ochiroşii
Substitution68
16
ZadroVlado Zadro
17
GaneaLiviu Ganea
Substitution86
17
PapazPredrag Papaz
14
LatovleviciIasmin Latovlevici
18
LikicAdnan Likic

Coach

Emil Săndoi (ROU) Nikola Nikic (BIH)

Referee

Andrejs Sipailo (LVA)

Assistant referees

Sergejs Braga (LVA), Arnis Lemkins (LVA)

Fourth official

Romans Lajuks (LVA)

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