Luxembourg v Slovakia, 12 October 2015

Score4-2 to Slovakia
RefereeOliver Drachta
CompetitionUEFA European Championship Qualifying group C
VenueStade Josy Barthel, Luxembourg City
Attendance2,512
Kick Off: 8:45pm Local (7:45pm BST)

2  Luxembourg

Manager: Luc Holtz

4  Slovakia

Manager: Jan Kozak

Goals:

Mario Mutsch 61 G
Lars Gerson penalty 65 P

Goals:

Marek Hamšík 24 G
Róbert Mak 29 G
Róbert Mak 30 G
Marek Hamšík 90 G

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Jonathan Joubert
Defender Maxime Chanot
Defender Ricardo Delgado
Defender Chris Philipps
Midfielder Lars Gerson
Midfielder Laurent Jans
Midfielder Christopher Martins
Midfielder Mario Mutsch (captain)
Forward Stefano Bensi
Forward Ben Payal

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Matúš Kozáčik
Defender Tomáš Hubočan
Defender/Centre back Martin Škrtel (captain)
Midfielder Marek Hamšík
Midfielder Juraj Kucka
Midfielder Róbert Mak
Midfielder Viktor Pecovsky
Midfielder Vladimir Weiss
Forward Adam Nemec
Forward Dusan Svento

Substitutions:

Kevin Malget for Ben Payal 57
Sebastien Thill for Stefano Bensi 66
David Turpel for Ricardo Delgado 81

Substitutions:

Stanislav Sestak for Vladimir Weiss 72
Martin Jakubko for Adam Nemec 79
Erik Sabo for Róbert Mak 87

Cards:

Mario Mutsch 9 Y
Chris Philipps 20 Y
Stefano Bensi 49 Y
Laurent Jans 63 Y

Cards:

Juraj Kucka 65 Y
Stanislav Sestak 84 Y
Martin Škrtel 90 Y

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Andrea Amodio
Goalkeeper Anthony Moris
Defender Mathias Jänisch
Defender Kevin Malget
Defender Massimo Martino
Defender Tom Schnell
Midfielder Sebastien Thill
Forward Maurice Deville
Forward Antonio Luisi
Forward David Turpel

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Jan Mucha
Goalkeeper Ján Novota
Defender Ján Ďurica
Defender Kornel Salata
Midfielder Ján Greguš
Midfielder Patrik Hrošovský
Midfielder Erik Sabo
Midfielder Lukas Tesak
Forward Michal Duriš
Forward Martin Jakubko
Forward Miroslav Stoch

Comments:

Slovakia finish second in Group C and qualify for first EURO as independent nation. First win in four means they beat Ukraine to second behind Spain. Slovakia end 345 minutes without a goal by scoring three in seven first-half minutes.