ANDORRA - Slovakia laboured to a 1-0
victory over Andorra on Saturday to keep themselves in the hunt
to qualify for next year's Euro 2012 finals.
Slovan Bratislava's Filip Sebo headed the winner after 21
minutes at the Estadi Comunal, his seventh goal for the national
team, to leave Slovakia in a three-way tie for leadership of
qualifying Group B.
Slovakia struggled against their limited opponents, however,
and could not build on their lead.
Liverpool's Martin Skrtel wasted a good chance in the 61st
minute on a largely frustrating night for last year's World Cup
Andorra, who have lost all five of their games and managed
just one goal, even had a late chance to level but Oscar Sonejee
was unable to convert just seconds before the final whistle.
Slovakia will hope to bolster their goal difference when
they host Andorra in June.
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