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San Marino ecstatic after historic first point in Euro qualifiers

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson discusses the talking points of European qualifying so far, highlighted by England's comeback in Wayne Rooney's 100th game for the Three Lions.

San Marino's coach and captain were understandably ecstatic after they held Estonia to a 0-0 draw on Saturday, earning the country's first-ever point in European Championship qualifying.

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The tiny country had lost 61 straight qualifiers and kept a clean sheet for just the fourth time in their history, including friendlies.

San Marino coach Pierangelo Manzaroli said a recent increase in training time helped the team earn their first competitive draw since a World Cup qualifier against Latvia in 2001.

"In...

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San Marino earned their first point of the European Championship qualifying campaign as they frustrated Estonia in a Group E stalemate in Serravalle.

The match between the group's bottom two sides was dominated by the visitors but they could not find a goal - thanks to their own wayward shooting and some big saves from Aldo Simoncini late on.

San Marino, yet to score in this qualifying campaign, had the first sight of goal as Luca Tosi blasted wide from a third-minute corner, but Estonia soon took...

Estonian goes from facing Wayne Rooney to army barracks in 3 hours

Wayne Rooney's breakthrough goal late in the second half lifted England to a 1-0 victory over Estonia.

Estonia left-back Artur Pikk had played five minutes of international football before Sunday's Euro 2016 qualifier against England. Yet he lined up against Wayne Rooney and co, put in more than a decent shift against Premier League stars and ... had to report back to the Estonian army barracks by midnight.

Army service is compulsory in Estonia for all males and, while top athletes don't have to serve the standard eight months, they are obliged to undertake a crash course lasting three months.

Pikk...