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    N Ireland

    0

    Iceland

    3

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    Scotland

    6

    Faroe Island

    0

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    England

    5

    Andorra

    0

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    Georgia

    0

    France

    3

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    Belarus

    2

    Albania

    2

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    Malta

    2

    Bosnia-Herz

    5

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    Hungary

    1

    Norway

    4

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    Latvia

    0

    Sweden

    1

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    Romania

    2

    Bulgaria

    2

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    Czech Rep

    2

    Wales

    1

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    Moldova

    0

    Greece

    1

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    Serbia

    1

    Azerbaijan

    0

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    Slovakia

    6

    Cyprus

    1

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    Estonia

    0

    Israel

    1

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    Luxembourg

    0

    Netherlands

    1

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    Poland

    1

    Finland

    3

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    Germany

    1

    Rep of Ire

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    Italy

    1

    Lithuania

    1

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    Spain

    4

    Liechtenstei

    0

EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP QUALIFYING

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Greece

  • Nikos Liberopoulos 77'

Moldova 0-1 Greece: Champions eke out a win

CHISINAU, Sept 2 (Reuters) - European champions Greece, with a late goal from substitute Nikos Liberopoulos, made a winning start to their defence by overcoming Moldova 1-0 in a Group C qualifier on Saturday.

Greece dominated possession throughout but had barely

troubled a committed Moldovan defence until Lyberopoulos headed

the winner in the 77th minute.

Greek midfielder Angelo Basinas had earlier missed a penalty

in the first half.

The Greeks were looking for a sharp improvement after a 4-0

friendly defeat against England last month but will take little

comfort from their performance.

Scoring Summary

  • Moldova
  • Greece
 

Match Stats

  • Moldova
  • Greece
0(0) Shots (on goal) 0(0)
0 Fouls 0
0 Corner kicks 0
0 Offsides 0
0% Time of Possession 0%
2 Yellow Cards 2
0 Red Cards 0
0 Saves 0

Teams

  • Moldova
  • Greece
Substitutes
Substitutions
Yellow Cards
Ivan Testemitanu (29 + 5')
Victor Berco (66')