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Internationals round-up

Koulouris and Limnios stood out, featuring for Greece U21. Here are the details regarding all international players of PAOK.

06.09.2017

Greece U21 kicked off in impressive fashion their campaign in 2019 U21 Euro qualifying stage. They recorded two victories. They first defeated Belarus 2-0 in Borisov and then continued with a 5-1 trouncing of Moldova in Peristeri. Efthymis Koulouris featured in both encounters for all 90 minutes, scored once in the first match and two more in the second, while also serving an assist to Dimitris Limnios in the encounter against Moldova. The young winger came off the bench against Belarus in the 66th minute and took the corner kick that set up his PAOK team-mate Koulouris. He started the Moldova match and fed Koulouris once again. As for Panagiotis Deligiannidis, he played only in the Belarus encounter, getting introduced on the pitch in the 85th minute.

Aleksandar Prijović’s Serbia won both their matches in the 2018 World Cup qualifiers. They prevailed 3-0 over Moldova in Belgrade and then celebrated a highly important away 1-0 victory in Dublin over the Republic of Ireland. These results have kept the Serbians on top of their group, four points above second-placed Wales, with two matches remaining. The PAOK striker featured in both games, coming off the bench in the 80th minute.

Slovakia remain in contention for a place in the 2018 World Cup play-offs. They defeated Slovenia 1-0 at home and lost 2-1 to England in Wembley Stadium, with Róbert Mak featuring in both matches and being among the best of his team. With two encounters remaining until the completion of the group stage, Slovakia are second, one point above Slovenia and trailing top-placed England by five.

Bosnia and Herzegovina lived a roller coaster of emotions. On Thursday, despite leading 2-0 at halftime in Nicosia, they ended up losing 3-2 to Cyprus. Gojko Cimirot started the encounter and was substituted in the 75th minute, one minute before the Cypriots scored their third goal. However, Greece’s goalless home encounter against Estonia meant that the second-place Greek side could only extend their distance to two points. In their second game of this international break, the Bosnians prevailed 4-0 in Gibraltar, with Cimirot an unused sub. This victory and Belgium’s 2-1 win in Piraeus allowed Bosnia to overtake Greece in the group standings and now hold their fate in their hands. They are two wins away from a place in the 2018 World Cup play-offs in November.

Yevhen Shakhov didn’t get any time on the pitch in Ukraine’s encounters. Andriy Shevchenko’s troops defeated Turkey 2-0 at home, but then lost with the scoreline in Iceland and dropped to fourth place of their group standings, two points off the top. This group will go to the wire, as four sides (Turkey, Ukraine, Iceland and Croatia) have options for automatic qualification to the 2018 World Cup finals.

Tzovaras, Chatzidimpas and Δημητρίου participated in both friendly encounters between Greece U19 and their counterparts of Latvia. The former scored twice in the second game. The young Greeks lost 2-1 in the first game, but stole the show with a 5-0 victory in the second.

Serbia U19 side won the “Stevan Ćele Vilotić” tournament, with Meletis Mišković featuring in all three encounters: 3-1 win over Scotland, goalless draw with Ukraine and 3-1 victory in the final over Israel.

Relevant News

Internationals round-up

Koulouris and Limnios stood out, featuring for Greece U21. Here are the details regarding all international players of PAOK.

06.09.2017

Greece U21 kicked off in impressive fashion their campaign in 2019 U21 Euro qualifying stage. They recorded two victories. They first defeated Belarus 2-0 in Borisov and then continued with a 5-1 trouncing of Moldova in Peristeri. Efthymis Koulouris featured in both encounters for all 90 minutes, scored once in the first match and two more in the second, while also serving an assist to Dimitris Limnios in the encounter against Moldova. The young winger came off the bench against Belarus in the 66th minute and took the corner kick that set up his PAOK team-mate Koulouris. He started the Moldova match and fed Koulouris once again. As for Panagiotis Deligiannidis, he played only in the Belarus encounter, getting introduced on the pitch in the 85th minute.

Aleksandar Prijović’s Serbia won both their matches in the 2018 World Cup qualifiers. They prevailed 3-0 over Moldova in Belgrade and then celebrated a highly important away 1-0 victory in Dublin over the Republic of Ireland. These results have kept the Serbians on top of their group, four points above second-placed Wales, with two matches remaining. The PAOK striker featured in both games, coming off the bench in the 80th minute.

Slovakia remain in contention for a place in the 2018 World Cup play-offs. They defeated Slovenia 1-0 at home and lost 2-1 to England in Wembley Stadium, with Róbert Mak featuring in both matches and being among the best of his team. With two encounters remaining until the completion of the group stage, Slovakia are second, one point above Slovenia and trailing top-placed England by five.

Bosnia and Herzegovina lived a roller coaster of emotions. On Thursday, despite leading 2-0 at halftime in Nicosia, they ended up losing 3-2 to Cyprus. Gojko Cimirot started the encounter and was substituted in the 75th minute, one minute before the Cypriots scored their third goal. However, Greece’s goalless home encounter against Estonia meant that the second-place Greek side could only extend their distance to two points. In their second game of this international break, the Bosnians prevailed 4-0 in Gibraltar, with Cimirot an unused sub. This victory and Belgium’s 2-1 win in Piraeus allowed Bosnia to overtake Greece in the group standings and now hold their fate in their hands. They are two wins away from a place in the 2018 World Cup play-offs in November.

Yevhen Shakhov didn’t get any time on the pitch in Ukraine’s encounters. Andriy Shevchenko’s troops defeated Turkey 2-0 at home, but then lost with the scoreline in Iceland and dropped to fourth place of their group standings, two points off the top. This group will go to the wire, as four sides (Turkey, Ukraine, Iceland and Croatia) have options for automatic qualification to the 2018 World Cup finals.

Tzovaras, Chatzidimpas and Δημητρίου participated in both friendly encounters between Greece U19 and their counterparts of Latvia. The former scored twice in the second game. The young Greeks lost 2-1 in the first game, but stole the show with a 5-0 victory in the second.

Serbia U19 side won the “Stevan Ćele Vilotić” tournament, with Meletis Mišković featuring in all three encounters: 3-1 win over Scotland, goalless draw with Ukraine and 3-1 victory in the final over Israel.

Relevant News

Internationals round-up

Koulouris and Limnios stood out, featuring for Greece U21. Here are the details regarding all international players of PAOK.

06.09.2017

Greece U21 kicked off in impressive fashion their campaign in 2019 U21 Euro qualifying stage. They recorded two victories. They first defeated Belarus 2-0 in Borisov and then continued with a 5-1 trouncing of Moldova in Peristeri. Efthymis Koulouris featured in both encounters for all 90 minutes, scored once in the first match and two more in the second, while also serving an assist to Dimitris Limnios in the encounter against Moldova. The young winger came off the bench against Belarus in the 66th minute and took the corner kick that set up his PAOK team-mate Koulouris. He started the Moldova match and fed Koulouris once again. As for Panagiotis Deligiannidis, he played only in the Belarus encounter, getting introduced on the pitch in the 85th minute.

Aleksandar Prijović’s Serbia won both their matches in the 2018 World Cup qualifiers. They prevailed 3-0 over Moldova in Belgrade and then celebrated a highly important away 1-0 victory in Dublin over the Republic of Ireland. These results have kept the Serbians on top of their group, four points above second-placed Wales, with two matches remaining. The PAOK striker featured in both games, coming off the bench in the 80th minute.

Slovakia remain in contention for a place in the 2018 World Cup play-offs. They defeated Slovenia 1-0 at home and lost 2-1 to England in Wembley Stadium, with Róbert Mak featuring in both matches and being among the best of his team. With two encounters remaining until the completion of the group stage, Slovakia are second, one point above Slovenia and trailing top-placed England by five.

Bosnia and Herzegovina lived a roller coaster of emotions. On Thursday, despite leading 2-0 at halftime in Nicosia, they ended up losing 3-2 to Cyprus. Gojko Cimirot started the encounter and was substituted in the 75th minute, one minute before the Cypriots scored their third goal. However, Greece’s goalless home encounter against Estonia meant that the second-place Greek side could only extend their distance to two points. In their second game of this international break, the Bosnians prevailed 4-0 in Gibraltar, with Cimirot an unused sub. This victory and Belgium’s 2-1 win in Piraeus allowed Bosnia to overtake Greece in the group standings and now hold their fate in their hands. They are two wins away from a place in the 2018 World Cup play-offs in November.

Yevhen Shakhov didn’t get any time on the pitch in Ukraine’s encounters. Andriy Shevchenko’s troops defeated Turkey 2-0 at home, but then lost with the scoreline in Iceland and dropped to fourth place of their group standings, two points off the top. This group will go to the wire, as four sides (Turkey, Ukraine, Iceland and Croatia) have options for automatic qualification to the 2018 World Cup finals.

Tzovaras, Chatzidimpas and Δημητρίου participated in both friendly encounters between Greece U19 and their counterparts of Latvia. The former scored twice in the second game. The young Greeks lost 2-1 in the first game, but stole the show with a 5-0 victory in the second.

Serbia U19 side won the “Stevan Ćele Vilotić” tournament, with Meletis Mišković featuring in all three encounters: 3-1 win over Scotland, goalless draw with Ukraine and 3-1 victory in the final over Israel.