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Montenegro face Russia in eight finals

25.9.2015 / Goran Čičin-Mašansker

Many interesting matches were played on Friday at miniEURO 2015 in croatian town of Vrsar. There were 12 teams with chances to qualify for eight finals, and only seven of them went through to eight finals.


In the first match of today's schedule Slovenia played the rest od postponed match with Italy and qualified for the next phase with 4:1 victory. After that Lithuania was better than Luxembourg with 7:1 and took third place in Group A.
In close match Slovakia earned one point against Portugal and it was enough to go to eight finals, where Slovaks will face Slovenia.
Russia won against Ireland and took first place in Group H. Ireland is eliminated, and Austria is second in this group.
Greece needed at least one point for second place in Group E, but Spain celebrated at the end. Drenova scored for Greece at 23rd minute, then Gomez leveled at 35th minute, and Suarez secured victory for Spain in last minute of this exciting match.
France was better then Montenegro, but it was not enough to go to eight finals, because Poland won against Cyprus and France took third place in Group G with weakest goal-difference.
Montenegro will face Russia in last 16 on Friday evening, and Poland plays with Austria. Here is the full schedule for Friday's eight finals.

Friday, 25. 09. 2015.

Eight finals

16.00 Slovakia - Slovenia
17.00 Israel - Romania
18.00 England - Hungary
20.00 Croatia - Scotland
21.00 Montenegro - Russia
22.00 Poland - Austria
23.00 Czech Republic - Germany
23.50 Spain - Bosnia and Herzegovina


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