Lithuania v San Marino, 08 September 2015

Score2-1 to Lithuania
RefereeClayton Pisani
CompetitionUEFA European Championship Qualifying group E
VenueLFF Stadium, Vilnius
Attendance2,856
Kick Off: 9:45pm Local (7:45pm BST)

2  Lithuania

Manager: Igoris Pankratjevas

1  San Marino

Manager: Pierangelo Manzaroli

Goals:

Fedor Cernych 6 G
Lukas Spalvis 90 G

Goals:

Matteo Vitaioli 55 G

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Giedrius Arlauskis (captain)
Defender Vaidas Slavickas
Defender/Midfielder Marius Zaliūkas
Midfielder Vykintas Slivka
Midfielder Artūras Žulpa
Forward Fedor Cernych
Forward Lukas Spalvis

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Elia Benedettini
Defender Cristian Brolli
Defender Alessandro Della Valle (captain)
Defender Mirko Palazzi
Defender Fabio Vitaioli
Defender/Midfielder Nicola Chiaruzzi
Midfielder Lorenzo Gasperoni
Forward Danilo Rinaldi
Forward Matteo Vitaioli

Substitutions:

Vytautas Černiauskas for Vykintas Slivka 53
Deivydas Matulevičius for Vaidas Slavickas 73
Karolis Chvedukas for Linas Pilibaitis 82

Substitutions:

Maicol Berretti for Lorenzo Gasperoni 69
José Hirsch for Mattia Stefanelli 73
Andy Selva for Matteo Vitaioli 80

Cards:

Giedrius Arlauskis 50 R
Arvydas Novikovas 60 Y
Lukas Spalvis 83 Y

Cards:

Manuel Battistini 26 Y
Mattia Stefanelli 40 Y
Cristian Brolli 66 Y
Nicola Chiaruzzi 67 Y
Nicola Chiaruzzi 88 Y
Nicola Chiaruzzi 88 R

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Emilijus Zubas
Defender Tadas Kijanskas
Midfielder Andrius Bartkus
Midfielder Deividas Cesnauskis
Midfielder Karolis Chvedukas
Midfielder Vytautas Luksa
Midfielder Mindaugas Panka

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Andrea Manzaroli
Goalkeeper Giacomo Muraccini
Defender Marco Berardi
Defender Maicol Berretti
Defender Alex Della Valle
Midfielder Lorenzo Buscarini
Midfielder Enrico Golinucci
Midfielder Pier Filippo Mazza
Midfielder Carlo Valentini
Midfielder/Forward José Hirsch
Forward Andy Selva

Comments:

Lithuania make it 4 wins out of 4 against San Marino

Comments:

San Marino scored their first away goal since 2001. A run of 34 competitive away matches. Vitaioli's goal was San Marino's first on foreign soil since Nicola Albani netted against Latvia in 2001.