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07.09.2021 at 19:45 Aviva Stadium Attendance:
Republic of Ireland 1 - 1 Serbia
Referee: José María Sánchez (ESP) World Cup Qualifier / PROG-match

Nikola Milenkovic (o.g.) (87)
S. Milinković-Savić 20 mins;
Opening squads
Gavin Bazunu
Andrew Omobamidele
Matt Doherty
John Egan
Shane Duffy
Jamie Mc Grath
Alan Browne
Josh Cullen
Jeff Hendrick
Adam Idah
James Mc Clean
Predrag Rajković,
Strahinja Pavlović,
Nikola Milenković,
Nemanja Gudelj,
Aleksandar Mitrović,
Dušan Tadić ©,
Miloš Veljković,
Filip Kostić,
Dušan Vlahović,
Sergej Milinković­Savić,
Filip Djuričić.
James Talbot
Caoimhin Kelleher
Cyrus Christie
Conor Hourihane
Ryan Manning
Harry Arter
Jayson Molumby
Liam Scales
Callum Robinson
Troy Parrott
James Collins
Daryl Horgan
Callum Robinson -> Alan Browne (58)
Jayson Molumby -> Josh Cullen (66)
Daryl Horgan -> Jamie Mc Grath (66)
Conor Hourihane -> Jeff Hendrick (78)
James Collins -> Adam Idah (78)
Nemanja Radonjić for Djuricic 71 mins;
Luka Jović for Dušan Vlahović 71 mins;
Nemanja Maksimović for Tadic 82 mins;
Darko Lazović for Milenkovic 86 mins;
Yellow cards
Adam Idah (31)
Alan Browne (50)
Filip Djuričić 25 mins;
Nemanja Radonjić 85 mins;
Red cards
None. None
Other statistics
0 Shots 0
0 Shots on goal 0
0 Offsides 0
0 Corner kicks 0
0 Free kicks 0
0 Penalties 0
Match report | Preview
The Republic of Ireland claimed a draw against Serbia in an entertaining match at the Aviva Stadium. Sergej Milinković­-Savić opening the scoring for the visitors only for a late goal from Shane Duffy secured a point for Ireland.

8th Sep 2021

The home side rallied late and could have claimed all three points in what was an excellent display by the home side. The game will be remembered for the outstanding performance of Gavin Bazunu who was a guardian of the gates of the Aviva Stadium.

Andrew Omobamidele made his first competitive start for Ireland along with Jamie McGrath who made his home debut with Alan Browne, Jeff Hendrick also starting as Stephen Kenny made four changes from the side that drew with Azerbjaian.

The first chance of the match fell to the visitors when a cross from the right was headed over by Filip Djuričić which took a deflection of James McClean, the resulting corner saw Gavin Bazunu punch it clear.

A mix up in the back saw Shane Duffy lose the ball to Dušan Tadić however his shot was excellently saved by Bazunu. Ireland\'s first attack came when Jamie McGrath’s free-kick was sent into the area but it was headed clear at the near post.

Alan Browne sent in an excellent ball to Adam Idah but his header just flashed wide of Predrag Rajković post. Bazunu was called into action once again this time to stop Nemanja Gudelj’s long-range effort.

Jeff Hendrick went close with a clever effort that just went wide of Rajković’s post. The visitors took the lead, however, when Sergej Milinković­-Savić near post header snuck past Bazunu who got a hand to it at the near post from a corner from Tadić.

Ireland continued to press and Hendrick went close again but his curling free-kick following a foul by Djuričić was well saved. Aleksandar Mitrović was denied when his half volley was excellently saved by Bazunu as he pushed his effort around the post.

Ireland started brightly in the second half which a series of early chances, the best came when a cross from James McClean was met by Alan Browne in the area but he couldn’t get the right connection on it.

Mitrović was once again denied by Bazunu as his low effort was saved excellently with his feet. He was called into action once again as Bazunu pulled off an excellent save to deny Mitrović with a low block.

James McClean stopped what was a certain second goal as he cleared Jović’s shot after he beat Bazunu on the edge of the area. Ireland got their equaliser following a period of pressure, Callum Robinson’s cross was headed down by Shane Duffy and his effort struck off two Serbian defenders and past Rajković.

Serbia nearly restored their lead with a long-range free-kick from Nemanja Gudelj struck the crossbar. Shane Duffy nearly added a second for Ireland as he towered over Robinson’s cross but it went over the bar. Andrew Omobamidele was denied right on the final whistle as his shot was well saved.

Republic of Ireland: Gavin Bazunu, Matt Doherty, Shane Duffy (C) , John Egan, Josh Cullen (Jayson Molumby 66 mins) , Alan Browne (Callum Robinson 57 mins), Adam Idah (James Collins 78), James McClean, Jeff Hendrick (Conor Hourihane 78), Jamie McGrath (Jayson Molumby 66 mins), Andrew Omobamidele.
Subs: Caoimhin Kelleher (GK), James Talbot (GK), Ryan Manning, Troy Parrott, Cyrus Christie, James Collins, Harry Arter, Liam Scales.
Serbia: Predrag Rajković, Strahinja Pavlović, Nikola Milenković (Darko Lazović 86), Nemanja Gudelj, Aleksandar Mitrović, Dušan Tadić © (Nemanja Maksimović 82), Miloš Veljković, Filip Kostić, Dušan Vlahović (Luka Jović 71), Sergej Milinković­Savić, Filip Djuričić (Nemanja Radonjić 71).

Subs: Marko Dmitrović, Mile Svilar, Ivan Ilić, Stefan Mitrović, Uroš Račić, Saša Lukić, Mihailo Ristić, Darko Lazović, Filip Mladenović.

Referee: José María Sánchez (ESP)
Man of the Match: Gavin Bazunu
Booked: Filip Djuričić, Adam Idah, Nemanja Radonjić, Jayson Molumby
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