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Bosnia and Herzegovina buoyed by San Marino win

Published: Wednesday 1 June 2011, 22.28CET
San Marino 0-3 Bosnia and Herzegovina
Miroslav Stevanović scored twice as the visitors opened their qualifying campaign for the 2013 finals with a solid away victory.
by Luca Pelliccioni
from Stadio Olimpico
Bosnia and Herzegovina buoyed by San Marino win
Bosnia and Herzegovina coach Vlado Jagodić ©Fedja Krvavac

Match statistics

San MarinoBosnia and Herzegovina

Goals scored0
3
Attempts on target1
 
8
Attempts off target0
7
Corners0
8
Fouls committed12
 
9
Yellow cards1
 
0
Red Cards0
 
0

Standings

Published: Wednesday 1 June 2011, 22.28CET

Bosnia and Herzegovina buoyed by San Marino win

San Marino 0-3 Bosnia and Herzegovina
Miroslav Stevanović scored twice as the visitors opened their qualifying campaign for the 2013 finals with a solid away victory.

Bosnia and Herzegovina made a solid start to 2013 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualifying Group 1, Miroslav Stevanović scoring twice in an away victory in San Marino.

San Marino had already lost 6-0 in Cyprus in the section's only game, and fell behind again after 18 minutes as Goran Zakarić – who had an early free-kick saved by Mattia Manzaroli – set up Nemanja Bilbija to open the scoring.

The lead was doubled seven minutes before half-time, Zakarić again doing the damage by picking out Stevanović to head in at the far post. The third and final goal arrived with 15 minutes left, Stevanović intercepting Matteo Colonna's back pass and rounding Manzaroli to roll in the third.

Belarus are next in action on 10 August, when they visit Greece, while San Marino travel to Germany on 1 September.

Last updated: 27/03/13 4.21CET

http://www.uefa.com/under21/season=2013/matches/round=2000192/match=2006808/postmatch/report/index.html#bosnians+buoyed+away

Lineups

San Marino

San Marino

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina

1
ManzaroliMattia Manzaroli (GK)
1
TomovićStefan Tomović (GK)
2
MaianiDaniele Maiani
2
B. ČolićBenjamin Čolić
3
CiavattaSimone Ciavatta
4
SipovićEnes Sipović
4
ColonnaMatteo Colonna
5
MarkićToni Markić
Substitution61
5
BrolliCristian Brolli
6
ZahirovićAdnan Zahirović
6
Alex Della ValleAlex Della Valle (C)
8
GrahovacSrdjan Grahovac
Substitution80
7
BuscariniLorenzo Buscarini
9
BilbijaNemanja Bilbija (C)
Goal18
8
ColombiniEugenio Colombini
10
VišćaEdin Višća
9
StefanelliMattia Stefanelli
Substitution84
11
ZakarićGoran Zakarić
Substitution69
10
GasperoniLorenzo Gasperoni
Substitution75
14
KvesićJosip Kvesić
11
RinaldiGiacomo Rinaldi
Yellow Card61
Substitution65
17
StevanovićMiroslav Stevanović
Goal38
Goal74

Substitutes

12
MuracciniGiacomo Muraccini (GK)
12
BukvićSemir Bukvić (GK)
13
ZafferaniNicola Zafferani
3
Dupovac Amer Dupovac
Substitution61
14
GenghiniGabriele Genghini
Substitution75
7
MujićMuhamed Mujić
15
BenvenutiAndrea Benvenuti
Substitution84
13
HusićSenad Husić
16
GiardiMattia Giardi
Substitution65
15
HandžićKenan Handžić
Substitution80
17
GolinucciEnrico Golinucci
16
DurakDženan Durak
Substitution69
18
GiorginiNicola Giorgini
18
PeharMile Pehar

Coach

Pier Angelo Manzaroli (SMR) Vlado Jagodić (BIH)

Referee

Eiko Saar (EST)

Assistant referees

Hannes Reinvald (EST), Andrei Karhu (EST)

Fourth official

Hannes Kaasik (EST)

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