Monday, 12.06.2017

MITROVIĆ SAVED THE DAY

The Welsh lead by Ramsey from penalty kinck in 39’ and then Mitrović equalized

SCORERS: 1:0 Ramsey in 35’, 1:1 Мitrović 73. Venue: Rajko Mitić stadium. Attendance: 45.000. Referee: Мanuel De Sousa (Portugal), Assistants: Ricardo Santos and Nuno Perreira. Yellow cards: Stojković, Мilivojević, Matić (Serbia), Alen, Richards (Wales).
SERBIA: Stojković - Ivanović, Мitrović, Nastasić, Rukavina, Kolarov, Milivojević (Gudelj as of 63’), Мatić, Кostić (Пријовић as of 67’), Тadić, Мitrović. Head-Coach: Slavoljub Muslin. WALES: Hennesy – Gunter, Davies, Chester, Williams,Аjen, Ramsay, Еdwards (Havs as of 73’), Лedli, Richards, Vox (Lowrens as of 85’) Coach: Chris Colman.

The match between Serbia and Wales ended in a tie 1:1 (0:1) in the sixth qualifying round, and after the identical result in duel of Ireland and Austria in Dublin the situation in the Group „D“ remains practically the same.
Wales lead after Remsey scored from the penalty mark after the offence in teh penalty area by Serbian Luka Milivojević. In the continuance of the match Serbia had prevailed and the reward came in 73 minute when Aleksandar Mitrović, after an excellent assistance of Pejović, scored an equalizing goal.
In September Serbia hosts Moldova, and the Republic of Ireland travels to Tbilisi for an „uncomfortable“ away match in Georgia.