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UEFA Nations League, Group C: Slovenia smashed Moldova and a goalless draw for Greece and Kosovo

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In the fourth round of Group 3 of Division C of the League of Nations, Slovenia destroyed Moldova 4:0. The hero was Haris Vuckić, who scored three goals. 

Sandi Lovrić, assisted by Damjan Bohar, opened the results of the meeting. Later, the show of Vuckic started. One minute he used the penalty kick, and three minutes before the break he increased the score to 3:0. 

Interestingly, Bohar showed off his key serving, the second time. Ten minutes after the change of pages, from 11 meters determining the final result of the competition, the 28-year-old man struck again effectively.

In another clash of this group, there was a match between Greece and Kosovo. There was a 0:0 draw in Athens as there were no goals. Anastasios Bakasetas turned out to be unlucky and at the very beginning, the hosts did not take advantage.

It is worth noting that the poor performance of the Greeks means that they have lost the position of leader of group 3 to the Slovenians. Currently, the two teams share two points. In third place is Kosovo, which has two points, and the table with one eye closes with Moldova. 

Moldova – Slovenia 0-4 (0-3) 

Goals: Sandi Lovrić (8), Haris Vuckić (37-, 42, 55) 

Greece – Kosovo 0:0

Lithuania – Albania 0-0

Belarus – Kazakhstan 2-0

Goals: Yablonski(36), Yuzepchuk(90+3)

Estonia – Armenia 1-1

Goals: Hovhanissyan(8), Sappinen(13)

North Macedonia – Georgia 1-1

Goals: Kvaratskhelia(74), Alioski(90+3)

Rupal Purohit
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