A new-look Serbia
side featuring five debutants were held to a 0-0 draw by Cyprus
on Wednesday after missing several good chances to win a second
successive match in as many days.
Following their 2-0 win over Armenia in the Cypriot port of
Limassol on Tuesday, the Serbians again fielded a youthful team
missing most of the stalwarts who failed to qualify for Euro
2012 after a poor campaign.
Cypriot keeper Christos Mastrou, himself a debutant, denied
Serbia with a string of good saves in either half.
Particularly impressive were his interventions when Miralem
Sulejmani and Stefan Scepovic looked poised to score, before
Serbia's 18-year old defender Matija Nastasic made a late
goal-line clearance to keep his side on level terms.
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