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Quarter-finals of miniEURO on Saturday morning

26.9.2015 / Goran Čičin-Mašansker

Spectators in Vrsar saw very good and exciting matches, as last 16 of miniEURO 2015 was on program on Friday afternoon and evening. 

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Spectators in Vrsar saw very good and exciting matches, as last 16 of miniEURO 2015 was on program on Friday afternoon and evening. 

Croatian national team secured biggest victory od last 16 when they eliminated Scotland with 3:0. 

Defending champion Romania played well and beat Israel, and Slovenia won against Slovakia in close encounter with goal in the last minute of the match. 

There were no goals in match England vs. Hungary, but Hungarians had more luck in penalty shootout. Bosnia and Herzegovina also celebrated after penalties in late night game with Spain. 

Russia, Poland and Czech Republic also secured quarter-final spot. Quarter-final matches will be played on Saturday morning; Slovenia - Romania, Czech Republic - Russia, Hungary - Croatia and Poland - Bosnia and Herzegovina. 

You can watch all the matches on live streaming on our website and enjoy in minifootball spectacle in Vrsar.

 

Last 16

Slovakia - Slovenia 1:2 

Israel - Romania 0:2 

England - Hungary 5:6 (0:0)

Croatia - Scotland 3:0

Montenegro - Russia 2:3 

Poland - Austria 3:1

Czech Republic - Germany 3:1

Spain - Bosnia and Herzegovina 3:4 (1:1)

 

Saturday, 25. 09. 2015.

Quarter-finals

09.00 Slovenia - Romania (I)

10.00 Czech Republic - Russia (II)

11.00 Hungary - Croatia (III)

12.00 Poland - Bosnia and Herzegovina (IV)

 

Semi-finals  

15.00 Winner I - Winner II

16.00 Winner III - Winner IV

19.30 Third place match 

21.00 Finals

 


Brno, Czech Republic

Czech republic

The Independent Czech Republic was established on 1. January 1993, covers an area of 78,866 km² and for now, has over 10.5 million of inhabitants. Nearly four hundred thousand of them live in the second biggest city called Brno, which lies on a confluence of two rivers Svratka and Svitava.