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Estonia completed a difficult UEFA EURO 2008™ qualifying campaign with a 2-0 victory over Andorra which left the vanquished home team without a point from eleven matches in Group E.
The visitors, who had the misfortune of being placed in the same pool as Croatia, Russia and England, at least finished on a high with goals from Andres Oper and Joel Lindpere proving enough to see off a limited Andorra side.
It took Estonia a while to establish any kind of superiority with the majority of their attacks in the opening stages rebuffed by some physical defending from the hosts. Estonia finally found a way through the massed ranks of Andorra defenders after 31 minutes, though, Martin Reim's inswinging free-kick being headed in by Oper.
Kaimar Saag and Raio Piiroja both wasted chances to double the advantage before Lindpere did just that on the hour, driving in a left-footed shot from the edge of the area after home defender Óscar Sonejee failed to make a routine clearance. Only a magnificent save from Koldo Álvarez denied Saag a third as Estonia ran out comfortable winners to finish with seven points from 12 games.
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