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UEFA Nations League C Group 4: Kazakhstan Wins at Full Time 2-0, Albania Eases Past Belarus 2-1

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Kazakhstan vs. Lithuania (2-0)

Kazakhastan is currently winning their match against Lithuania 1-0 at half time. At the 3rd minute, Baktiyor Zaynutdinov scored the first goal for Kazakhstan, 1-0. At the 22nd minute, Markus Palionis received a yellow card. At the 33rd minute, Saulius Mikoliunas received a yellow card. At the 45th minute, Gratas Sirgedas received a yellow card. At the 49th minute, Sergiy Malyi received a yellow card. At the 69th minute, Aibol Abiken received a yellow card. At the 82nd minute, Rolandas Baravykas received a yellow card. At the 86th minute, Islambek Kuat scored the second goal for Kazakhstan 2-0.

The game is being played at the LFF stadium and the officiating referee is Rade Obrenovic.

The starting line up for Lithuania 4-1-4-1. The defense is comprised of #23 Rolandas Baravykas, #3 Markus Palionis, #4 Edvinas Girdvainis, #13 Saulius Mikoliunas, and #20 Domantas Simkus. The midfield is comprised of #14 Justas Lasickas, #21 Modestas Vorobjovas, #10 Gratas Sirgedas, and #19 Donatas Kazlauskas. The stikers are #22 Fedor Chernykh. The goalkeeper is #1 Dziugas Bartkus.

The starting lineup for Kazakhstan is a 3-4-3. The defense is comprised of #3 Nuraly Alip, #2 Segiy Malyi, and #22 Aleksandr Marochkin. The midfield is comprised of #11 Yan Vorogovsky, #14 Yuri Pertsukh, #6 Aibol Abiken, and #23 Marat Bystrov. The strikers are #16 Gafurzhan Suyumbayev, #9 Bauyrzhan Islamkhan, and #19 Baktiyor Zaynutdinov. The goal keeper is #1 Stas Pokatilov.


Albania vs. Belarus (2-1)

Albania was able to win the match against Belarus 2-0 for the League C Group 4. At the 23rd minute, Sokol Cikalleshi scored the first goal for Albania 1-0. At the 75th minute, Amir Abrashi received a yellow card. At the 79th minute, Keidi Bare scored the second goal of Albania 2-0. At the 82nd minute, Stanislav Dragun received a yellow card.

The game was played at the Dinamo Stadion, Minsk and th e officiating referee is Kristoffer Karlsson.

Belarus’ lineup is 4-4-2. The defense is comprised of #13 Nikolai Zolotov, #3 Aleksandr Martynovich, #4 Nikita Naumo, and #21 Maksim Bordachev. The midfield is comprised of #23 Pavel Nekhaychik, #14 Evgeniy Yablonski, #8 Aleksandr Selyava, and #22 Igor Stasevich. The strikers are #2 Stanislav Dragun and #17 Vitali Lisakovich. The goalkeeper is #1 Aleksandr Gutor.

Albania’s lineup is 4-1-4-1. The defense is comprised of #5 Frederic Veseli, #6 Berat Djimsiti, #17 Kastriot Dermaku, #4 Elseid Hysaj, and #8 Klaus Gjasula. The midfield is comprised of #20 Lorenc Trashi, #22 Amir Abrashi, #7 Keidi Bare, and #16 Sokol Cikalleshi. The strikers are #9 Rey Manaj. The goalkeeper is #23 Thomas Strakosha.

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