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Sep 8, 2014

Highlights: San Marino 0-2 Lithuania

Lithuania began their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign with a perfect start against San Marino with a 2-0 win courtesy of strikes from Arvydas Novikovas and Deividas Matulevicius.

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Sep 8, 2014

Deividas Matulevicius, Arvydas Novikovas score as Lithuania win

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Lithuania began their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign with a perfect start against San Marino with a 2-0 win courtesy of strikes from Arvydas Novikovas and Deividas Matulevicius.

Lithuania eased past San Marino as they won 2-0 to kick off their Euro 2016 qualifying bid.

First-half goals from Deividas Matulevicius and Arvydas Novikovas won it for the visitors in front of just 986 fans at the San Marino Stadium.

San Marino only scored once during their 2014 World Cup qualifying campaign, while shipping 54 goals in their 10 games.

And their leaky defence returned after just five minutes when the visitors opened the scoring as Novikovas crossed from the right and Matulevicius...

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Oct 3, 2013

Ukraine sanction temporarily suspended

FIFA has said it will allow fans to attend Ukraine’s key World Cup qualifier at home to Poland as it considers an appeal against a charge of racist abuse.

Ukraine supporters attend the World Cup qualification victory over San Marino on September 9.
Ukraine supporters attend the World Cup qualification victory over San Marino on September 9.

FIFA ruled last month that the qualifier in Kharkiv on October 11 would have to be played behind closed doors after the home crowd in Lviv appeared to display neo-Nazi banners as well as making monkey noises and Nazi salutes during the 9-0 victory over San Marino on September 6. The governing body also said...

Sep 27, 2013

Ukraine to play behind closed doors

FIFA has ordered Ukraine to play their next World Cup qualifier in an empty stadium after their fans hurled racist abuse during a match against San Marino.

FIFA said in a statement Friday that "several racist and discriminatory incidents were apparently perpetrated by local supporters during the match, in particular by displaying neo-Nazi banners and by making 'monkey noises and gestures' as well as Nazi salutes."

The sanction means Ukraine will host Poland on Oct. 11 in an empty stadium for a game...