Stadionul Sheriff - Tiraspol 15/11/2013 - 18:00CET (19:00 local time)

Qualifying round - Group 1

Moldova - San Marino
2-0
 

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Moldova see off San Marino challenge

Published: Friday 15 November 2013, 20.15CET
Moldova 2-0 San Marino
Alexandr Curteian's charges moved to within three points of section leaders England thanks to two second-half goals.
by Evgheni Balaniuc
from Stadionul Sheriff
Moldova see off San Marino challenge
Igor Dima celebrates after putting Moldova ahead ©Boris Kharchenko
 

Match statistics

Moldova
San Marino

2

Goals scored

0

12

Total attempts

3

3

on target

1

8

off target

2

1

blocked

0

0

against woodwork

0

4

Corners

3

4

Offsides

3

1

Yellow cards

1

0

Red Cards

0

17

Fouls committed

12

10

Fouls suffered

12

Lineups

Moldova

Moldova

San Marino

San Marino

1Koşelev (GK)1A. Manzaroli (GK)
3Focşa2Proli
5Bologan3D. Maiani
6V. Jardan4Cesarini
89
7Zasaviţchi (C)
90
5Brolli
8Raţa6Biordi
9Anton7A. Golinucci
10Carp
32
8Colombini (C)
79
11Milinceanu9Bernardi
13Dima
53
10Tosi
70
72
17Matei
55
11Battistini

Substitutes

12Avram (GK)12Berardi (GK)
2Ţurcan13Aluigi
79
4Bolşacov
90
14Angelini
89
14Mîrza15Baizan
15Tiron16Ciambotta
16Ursu
55
83
17Faetanini
18Dulgheru18A. Zavoli
72

Coaches

Alexandr Kurteyan (MDA) Pierangelo Manzaroli (SMR)

Referee

Ádám Németh (HUN)

Standings

Last updated: 10/11/2014 14:21 CET

Legend:

P: Played   
Pts: Points   
  
Published: Friday 15 November 2013, 20.15CET

Moldova see off San Marino challenge

Moldova 2-0 San Marino
Alexandr Curteian's charges moved to within three points of section leaders England thanks to two second-half goals.

Moldova remain in the hunt for a top-two finish in UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualifying Group 1 thanks to victory against San Marino.

The hosts moved level on points with second-placed Wales and three behind section leaders England – having played a game more than the latter – with their second successive win. Igor Dima opened the scoring eight minutes into the second half and substitute Ion Ursu put the result beyond doubt seven minutes from time.

Moldova almost made the perfect start inside a minute but Nicolae Milinceanu saw his effort superbly saved by Andrea Manzaroli. That proved to be their only chance of the first half and they had to wait until the 53rd minute for the breakthrough, Dima heading in  Vasile Jardan's cross from the right.

Moldova continued to push forward and doubled their lead in the 83d minute when Ursu collected a long pass, surged into the area and scored from close range.

Last updated: 15/11/13 23.30CET

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