Cyprus kicked in the victories in the 1st group of the 3rd group of the Nations League as they prevailed in the “GSP” with 2-1 of Luxembourg in the 5th match. The start for the Cypriots was not good at all as in the 5th minute Muratovic shot with the ball against Kousoulos and ending up in the net for the 1-0 of Luxembourg. The hosts increased their performance and in the 33rd minute won a penalty after Selimovic’s marking on Elias. In fact, the OFI football player was sent off with a direct red card and left Luxembourg with 10 players. Kastanos took over the execution and equalized to 1-1, a score with which both teams went to the locker room. In the second half, Cyprus was constantly looking for the second goal with consecutive opportunities. Finally the solution for the hosts was found at 71 ′ as Elias fed with a very nice ball Kastanos who scored his second personal goal and scored 2-1. Cyprus managed its lead correctly and got its first victory which helps it to hope to avoid relegation to the 4th Group of the tournament. CYPRUS: Dimitriou, Antoniou (82 ‘Char. Kyriakou), Laifis, Selis, Ioannou, Kastanos ( 82 ‘Papafotis), Kousoulos (62’ Kyriakou), Artymatas, Tzioni (62 ‘T. Ioannou), Elias, PittasLUXEMBOURG: Morris, Carlson, Selimovic, Gerson, Gans, Sinani, Rodrεςguez, Barreau, 70 Devil), Muratovic (55 ‘Muratovic) Azerbaijan-Montenegro 0-0On the other group game, Azerbaijan faced Montenegro on Croatian soil and the game ended 0-0 in a draw between the two teams. Montenegro failed to secure the first place in the group while Azerbaijan is in danger of relegation. The Montenegrins played with 10 players from the end of the first half due to Ivanovic’s dismissal, while in the 68th minute they had a goal with Jovetic. ), Sandikov (46 ‘Seidayev), A.Huseinov (43’ Seidiyev), Garayev, Emreli, Mutalimov (81 ‘Nacafov) MONTENEGRO: Mijatovi,, Radunovi,, Voljiaσιi,, Mojvacρα, Sofiκιaσα , Mugosa (58 ‘Bolievic), Jovetic (90 + 3 ′ Islamovic), IvanovicFollow it on Google News and be the first to know all the newsSee all the latest News from Greece and the World, at
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