LFF - Vilnius 05/06/2014 - 17:30CET (18:30 local time)

Qualifying round - Group 1

Lithuania - Moldova
0-3
 

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Group 1 hopefuls Moldova beat Lithuania

Published: Thursday 5 June 2014, 19.45CET
Lithuania 0-3 Moldova
Two goals from Igor Dima and one from Nicolae Milinceanu consolidated second spot in qualifying Group 1 for Moldova.
by Vaidotas Januška
from LFF Stadium
Group 1 hopefuls Moldova beat Lithuania
Klaudijus Upstas (left) of Lithuania in action against Moldova's Maxim Focşa ©Irmantas Sidarevičius
 

Match statistics

Lithuania
Moldova

0

Goals scored

3

14

Total attempts

14

6

on target

6

6

off target

7

2

blocked

1

0

against woodwork

1

5

Corners

2

3

Offsides

5

2

Yellow cards

2

0

Red Cards

0

8

Fouls committed

17

14

Fouls suffered

8

Lineups

Lithuania

Lithuania

Moldova

Moldova

12Plukas (GK)1Koşelev (GK)
4Dapkus
79
2Prodan
7Veliulis3Focşa (C)
8Bagdanavičius
38
4Gheorghiu
13Upstas
46
6V. Jardan
14Girdvainis (C)
58
8Raţa
58
17Beneta9Anton
34
19Žukauskas
65
10Carp
44
20Norvilas11Milinceanu
31
56
21Grigaravičius13Dima
69
85
23Vilkaitis14Mîrza
77

Substitutes

1Timofejevas (GK)12Avram (GK)
5Januševskis7Spătaru
56
6Krasnovskis16Cociuc
9D. Kazlauskas
46
17Matei
58
10Gedminas18Graur
77
16Salamanavičius
79
19Tiron
18Kiselevskis
65
20Modirca

Coaches

Arminas Narbekovas (LTU) Alexandr Kurteyan (MDA)

Referee

Tornike Gvantseladze (GEO)

Standings

Last updated: 06/06/2014 13:49 CET

Legend:

P: Played   
Pts: Points   
  
Published: Thursday 5 June 2014, 19.45CET

Group 1 hopefuls Moldova beat Lithuania

Lithuania 0-3 Moldova
Two goals from Igor Dima and one from Nicolae Milinceanu consolidated second spot in qualifying Group 1 for Moldova.

Moldova consolidated second spot in Group 1 of UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualifying with a 3-0 win against Lithuania.

Victory for Moldova – their fifth of the campaign – moved them on to 16 points, four ahead of third-placed Finland, who beat them on Sunday. Though section leaders England cannot be caught, Moldova still have hope of reaching the play-offs as one of the four best runners-up.

Alexandr Curteian's side secured the win in Vilnius courtesy of Nicolae Milinceanu's effort just after the half-hour and two second-half goals from Igor Dima. Milinceanu, who scored twice in the reverse fixture in Tiraspol in November, opened the scoring from the edge of the penalty area after a cross from the right. Dima finished off a fine counterattack to register his first midway through the second half, before adding a second from long range with five minutes left.

Moldova's final game is against England on 9 September. Lithuania, who have now lost five qualifiers on the spin, take on Gareth Southgate's team four days earlier, before concluding against Wales.

Last updated: 05/06/14 21.54CET

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