Serbia closed forward to the second League of Nations series after 2-1 win over Montenegro neighbors Saturday and left on the top of Group 4 in League C.
BELGRADE: Dún Serbia progressed to a second row of the League of Nations after 2-1 win over Montenegro's neighbors Saturday and left on the top of Group 4 at League C.
There are 11 points from five Serbian matches, which won its first visit from Adem Ljajic and Aleksandar Mitrovic, four more than Montenegro who can not now be able to go. use its main location.
Serbia will be promoted later on Saturday after Romance, which has six points from four games, visiting Lithuania in 1945 GMT. There are no points in Lithuanian from four games and they affect the & # 39; lost to League D.
Ljajic and Mitrovic, who also lost penalties, sent Serbia in the case but they had to go to # 39; hung after they were withdrawn by Stefan Mugosa in the 70 minutes.
The home side affected the opening and Ljajic placed them in front of them; a minute 30 minutes when he gave Dusan Tadic a pleasure by playing into the back wall Danijel Petkovic with a close finish.
Mitrovic doubled two minutes later with a surprising destination after turning & Turn in the middle of the air to meet Aleksandar Kolarov's cross from left.
However, the fight against Fulham was guilty of losing punishment in the Panenka style in a 38 minute moment, dancing her wall over her & her; bar as he tried to hit the spot; with the first Czech master made famous at the same land.
Antonin Panenka won the winning goal of winning the European Championship title 1976 to Czechoslovakia to win a penalty on his / her. West Germany at Red Star level, but Mitrovic fell sharply matched.
Then Mitrovic made it a long place to attack and saved a good saving from Petkovic with headteachers in the final stages of the first time when he was in a position; strive to Montenegro to break out of their own half.
A group of small but handsome fans, Montenegro, was looking forward to doing it. look more editor after breaking and browsing; Mogusa opponent breaks splitting into the top of the net 10 meters.
Rajkovic's Mirko Ivanic had at least full time and confidence, Montenegro was inside an inch with a similar attack just a minute after they had been able to go. Getting around when Mugosa was shot extensively from 15 meters.
Predrag Rajkovic was holding two big attempts; disappeared when Serbia learned badly in the last 15 minutes, and he finally welcomed the people of the population after the whistle.
(Writing by Zoran Milosavljevic; Editing by Ken Ferris)