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Wales Slowakei Úradná správa SFZ č. 11, zo dňa 2.10.2020 VideoEURO CUP 2016 Wales vs Slovakia(2 -1 ) Highlights
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With such a light group, it will only push forward our younger generation to getting more playing time in competitive senior matches. Jv says: December 2, at AM No problems!!!!!
Before each draw, you usually see what would be the most difficult and then the most easiest teams to get in your group. I think the latter finally came true.
I think most fans could name only one player from the other 4 teams in our group — Gareth Bale. Did not think they would allow Kosovo and Montenegro in the same group — only possible security problem.
We have the easiest group but which group would rank as the toughest…France …Italy?? Slovakia have Marek Hamsik and Hungary will be competitive sometimes we play down to the opposition and grind out a result in Zagreb.
Who knows Modric will be 35 then will Kovacic step up Coric and Halilovic still bench riders. We have one of the easiest group indeed, but no group is really tough as the top 2 teams will qualify anyway.
This reeks of corruption again to crowbar teams that have absolutely no business qualifying at any Euro tournaments….
On paper, we should have a cakewalk to the euros. However, we always seem to make a mess of things halfway through qualifying. Will we top the group???
But all 4 away games will not be easy. These are teams that will bunker and wait to hit on the counter which seems to be teams we struggle most with.
The end of the Kovac era started in Baku when Azerbaijan held us to a goalless draw not too long ago.
Croatia, Hungary, Wales, Slovakia… but yes should still seal top spot without a doubt. Also tied Azerbijan in Euro qualifying but beating them as well.
I expect us to qualify easily. We always seem to easily beat those central European countries like Hungary, Czech, Poland, etc.
I expect to easily beat both Hungary and Slovakia… with both those teams causing problems for Wales. We burned our Nations League tournament for this.
Their first four games in this were all wins, with one of these against their Czech neighbors, helping the team reach their highest FIFA World Ranking to date of number On 14 October , they clinched qualification with a 1—0 away win against Poland.
The result led Slovakia to the knockout stage and eliminated Italy, who finished last in the group. In October, however, they were easily beaten in Armenia 3—1 and drew 1—1 against the Republic of Ireland at home.
In February , the team was stunned in a 2—1 friendly defeat against Luxembourg and could only beat group minnows Andorra by one goal.
Despite creating better chances, Slovakia earned a goalless draw with Ireland away. Four days later, after creating chances in a goalless first half, Slovakia conceded four goals to Armenia in a match that eliminated the team.
In the final two group matches, Slovakia was beaten at home by Russia 1—0 and drew 1—1 in Macedonia, finishing in a mediocre fourth-place position and scoring only seven goals in the entire process.
Also, for the first time since the Euro qualifying process , Slovakia finished a qualifying campaign with a negative goal differential.
Slovakia began the qualifying campaign with a 1—0 victory against Ukraine in Kyiv. On 9 October , Slovakia beat Spain 2—1 in a shock victory and claimed the first place.
Slovakia's 3—1 victory over Belarus confirmed their status as group leaders. The next matches were a 2—0 defeat against Spain, a goalless draw against Ukraine and a shocking 0—1 home defeat against Belarus.
The team finished qualification by defeating Luxembourg 4—2 and got the second place, qualifying to their first European Championship. Slovakia began their tournament against Wales where Ondrej Duda scored Slovakia's first goal in the history of the European Championship in an eventual 2—1 defeat.
They were eliminated at this stage by world champions Germany with a 3—0 defeat. They were third in the group after the penultimate match ended in a 1—0 defeat to Scotland , who moved up to second place.
Slovakia won their final group match 3—0 against Malta , and overtook Scotland after they failed to beat Slovenia, but missed out on a play-off place as the other second teams' results meant Slovakia finished as the worst group runners-up.
However, in , during the buildup to Slovakia's first appearance at the European Championship , SFZ introduced a new nickname for the team.
Despite lack of immediate identification with the nickname by the fans, it went into usage during the tournament and the subsequent qualification for the FIFA World Cup and is now often used, especially in the media, along with Repre , which still remains to be preferred in an informal conversation.
Slovakia's home kit since was blue, but recently Slovakia changed their home kit from blue to white. The team wears either a set of white jerseys, shorts and socks or a set of blue jerseys, shorts and socks.
A combination of a blue jersey and white shorts has also been used in some matches. Until recently, the official shirt supplier was Puma , which had signed a long-term agreement with the Slovak Association until , but in the Association announced the contract had been terminated and that the national team would be supplied by Nike , which had previously supplied the team from to The following table shows Slovakia's all-time international record, correct as of 18 November after a match against Czech Republic.
Below shows the results of all A-level international matches played within the last 12 months, as well as any future matches that have been scheduled.
Caps and fixtures correct as of 18 November , after a match against Czech Republic. The following players have also been recognised in national team nominations within the last 12 months.
As a part of Czechoslovakia and , Slovak footballers achieved multiple major successful campaigns with the Czechoslovakia national team.
In both the semi-final against Netherlands and the final match against West Germany 9 of the 13 fielded players were Slovak. The following table shows the major international successes of the Czechoslovak national team, with participation of Slovak footballers.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the men's team. For the women's team, see Slovakia women's national football team.
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European Championship Qualifying Group E. Stadion Antona Malatinskeho Attendance: Attendance 18, Report and highlights as Kieffer Moore's first Wales goal is cancelled out by Juraj Kucka's venomous volley in Slovakia.
Kieffer Moore's first international goal helped Wales stay in pursuit of qualification for Euro with a draw in Slovakia.
Ryan Giggs' selection gamble to hand Moore his first competitive start was vindicated inside 25 minutes in Trnava as the Wigan striker headed Wales in front with his first goal for his country, moments after a Gareth Bale header hit the bar.
Wales had the better of the first half but Slovakia got their reward for a spirited second-half fightback as Juraj Kucka's sumptuous volley levelled the contest within eight minutes of the restart.
It was backs to the walls for Wales from there on, with the hosts laying siege on their goal until Norbert Gyomber's late dismissal for two bookable offences, but they dug in to secure a credible point on a night where they might have had all three.