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  • 17 November 2023

Kazakhstan vs San Marino: Will San Marino Have Their First Victory Today

On Friday, Kazakhstan hopes to boost its prospects for qualification into Euro 2024 against San Marino. However, with just two more games, Kazakhstan occupies a 3rd position within Group H, while San Marino is sixth and already eliminated. Kazakhstan has to triumph in their forthcoming games and hopes those teams who are ranked better than they will lose to make it in as a host nation. They are on 15 points for eight matches, separated by four points from the leading pair. Kazakhstan can still make it to the playoffs even with a performance in the nation's league. They had defeated San Marino 3-0 earlier and managed to beat them thrice. They defeated Finland in the final game at two goals to one.

The team has been unable to score any goal, but only one, against the eight games it qualified for. In this qualifier, they have conceded the most destinations. However, they scored once only in the 2-1 loss to Denmark in Group H. They have lost nine straight, including five in which they've shipped at least three goals.

Let’s take a look at today’s match highlights:

1st half begins!!!

  • In the 2nd minute, Marcello Mularoni gave up a corner.
  • In the 4th minute, there was a pause because Nanni of San Marino got injured.
  • In the 7th minute, San Marino's Filippo Fabbri committed a foul.
  • This gave Abat Aymbetov from Kazakhstan a free kick, which the offensive zone took.
  • Alessandro Tosi gives away a corner for Kazakhstan.
  • During minute 8, San Marino is awarded a free kick.
  • Kazakhstan's Islam Chesnokov committed a foul.
  • Nicola Nanni in the defense field awarded A free kick to San Marino in the 10th minute.
  • Kazakhstan's Abzal Beisebekov committed the foul.
  • Offside against Kazakhstan: Timur Dosmagambetov's through ball leads to Aleksandr Zuev's offside in the 14th minute.
  • In the 16th minute of a match, San Marino was trapped out when Filippo Fabbri passed to Nicola Nanni, putting the man in an offside position.
  • In the 18th minute, Kazakhstan's Aleksandr Zeuov attempted to take a kick using his right foot from the left side of the pitch which was only saved by San Marino's goalkeeper at the center of the goal.
  • Kazakhstan scored through Islam Chesnokov's left-footed shot that went straight into the center of San Marino's net.
  • At around the 20th minute, Kazakhstan had its free kick deep down their defense.
  • At the 25 minutes of the match, Lorenzo Lazzari was booked down after committing a foul.
  • It brought a free kick for Ramazan Orazov from Kazakhstan into their half of defense.
  • uring the 26th minute, a replacement was effected since Nicola Nanni became injured and left the field. His replacement, Matteo Vitaioli.
  • The San Marino team received a set piece after the 28th minute and was at the back.
  • It resulted from a foul made by Islam Chesnokov from Kazakhstan.
  • Shortly after, Marochkin had an offense that allowed Mularoni from San Marino to win a free kick in the attacking field.
  • Therefore, San Marino got one corner, which Timur Dosmagamabetov of Kazakhstan offered.
  • However, in the 31st minute, Abat Aymbetov of Kazakhstan won another free kick for their team on this field of play.
  • At the 32nd moment, Lorenzo Capicchioni of San Marino commits his second offense through a foul, leading to another chance for Kazakhstan at the penalty spot.
  • In the 34th minute, Alessandro Golinucci foals for San Marino; therefore, Aleksandr Zuev has a free kick on the left edge for Kazakhstan.
  • Less than a minute later, the same one sees Islam Chesnokov get a free-kick for Dante Rossi's foul against him.
  • During the 35th minute of corner kick play, Abzal Beisebekov failed to hit his header within the box during this set-piece action.
  • In the 36th minute of play at his goalie box, Filippo Fabbri from San Marino did manage one free kick.
  • It was a foul from Marat Bystrov of Kazakhstan.
  • Another foul occurred in the 39th minute when Islam Chesnokov from Kazakhstan was sentenced.
  • A few minutes later, Marcello Mularoni from San Marino also fouled.
  • These foulsbrought a free kick by Serhiy Maliy, Kazakhstan, on the right wing.
  • A left-footed shot by Lorenzo Capicchioni outside the penalty area fails to reach the goal as they go wide towards the left in the 41st minute of a match.
  • In the 42nd minute, there is another foul by Dante Rossi of San Marino.
  • Therefore, Islam Chesnokov from Kazakhstan gets a free kick on their team's right wing.
  • Serhiy Maliy of Kazakhstan gives out the corner in the 43rd minute to San Marino.
  • In the extra time of the 45th minute +1 minute of the match, Alexander Zuov of Kazakhstan makes an effortless goal with his right leg from outside the area. Nonetheless, in the process, the goalkeeper of San Marino makes his middle save.
  • One minute later, Kazakhstan gains a corner kick, thanks to Elia Benedettini from San Marino, who gives it away.
  • At the halftime mark in the 45th minute + 0, Kazakhstan leads one nothing on San Marino.

Second-half begins!!

  • At the 45th minute, San Marino makes a change as they take out Roberto Di Maio for replacement by Simone Franciosi.
  • In the second half, Kazakhstan is one goal up at San Marino.
  • Also, in the same minute, Lorenzo Lazzari of San Marino committed a foul, giving a free-kick opportunity in his defense box to Abat Aymbetov of Kazakhstan.
  • In minute 46, Abat Aymbetov of Kazakhstan goes offside after passing an offside pass from Timur Dosmagambetov.
  • Kazakhstan's Abat Aymbetov gets a free kick in the opponent's half in the 47th minute of the match.
  • San Marino's Filippo Fabbri in the 48th minute, fouls an opponent.
  • Marcello Mularoni of San Marino is given the yellow card for a foolish challenge in the 49th minute.
  • In the 50th minute of the match, Kazakhstan scored a second goal and led 2 – 0 against San Marino.
  • Islam Chesnokov has used the assistance of Serhiy Maliy with his right foot from outside the box and has scored the ball into the corner at the bottom right.
  • But at the 52-minute mark, there was a delay after Bagdat Kaionov, one of our teams' players got injured.
  • Consequently, in the 53rd minute, Bystrov was taken off and replaced by Ernestov while Kairov got injured and was removed and substituted with Skvortsov.
  • Additionally, Arman Kenesov took over for Ramazan Orazov in the 54th minute.
  • The incident happened during the 55th minute when the ball rolled towards Filippo Fabbri as a lineup placed San Marino's player offside.
  • During the 57th minute of the game, San Marino's Simone Franciosi fouled and Kazakhstan was awarded a corner.
  • However, Abzal Beisebekov headed it from very close to the goalpost, and only the last-minute assist of Timur Dosmagambetov saved it in the lower left corner.
  • Then in the 58th minute, Kazakhstan's player, Serhiy Maliy, committed a foul and offered San Marino the chance to score.
  • In the 59th minute, they also scored with a set piece and Simone Franciosi headed the ball towards the bottom right corner for the corner.
  • Kazakhstan changed the player in the 61st minute, with Yan Vorogovsky replacing Timur Dosmagambetov.
  • A free kick from Kazakhstan's Islam Chesnokov in the 61st minute was taken from the right flank. However, San Marino's striker Simone Franciosi broke the gameplay rules at that point.
  • However, in the 62nd minute, Serhiy Mali made a header for Kazakhstan from the center of the penalty box, but the goalkeeper blocked it, assisted by Arman Kenesov's cross.
  • It took precisely a minute longer when Kenesov was issued a yellow card for a despicable foul.
  • In the 64th minute, San Marino attempted to turn things around, but Filippo Fabbri failed to use the header provided by Alessandro Tosi, who was taking the set piece.
  • After fouling Matteo Vitaioli for the second time, Arman Kenesov gave another free kick to San Marino in the 65th minute.
  • The 67th minute saw Kazakhstan’s Lev Skvortsov with an indirect free-kick away at their half.
  • Around the 69th minute, Dante Rossi fouled someone for San Marino. This led to a free kick for Kazakhstan as Abat Aymbetov gained it on the right side.
  • In the 70th minute, San Marino had another free kick awarded for them in their defense. Nonetheless, it took only a short time before Serhiy Maliy from Kazakistan fouled again.
  • In the 72nd minute, Marcello Mularoni gets a free kick for San Marino at their half. However, Chemslkof Islam fouled his Kazakhstan.
  • In the 73rd minute, Kazakhstan makes an exchange and puts in Erkin Tapalov instead of Aleksandr Zuev.
  • After that, San Marino replaced Samuel Pancotti with Lorenzo Lazzari in the 77th minute. The following comes when Manuel Battistini concedes the corner kick to San Marino’s defense, resulting in Kazakhstan earning it.
  • Kazakh player Temirlanz Erlanova, makes a missed header at the post in the minute 78th minute, from the left corner of the six-yard line.
  • As the game entered the 79th minute, San Marino was awarded a free-kick in its attacking area through Filippo Fabbri.
  • Islam Chesnokov of Kazakhstan made a foul. Thus, San Marino got a corner against Kazakhstan because of Erkin Tapalov’s foul.
  • In the 80th minute, Yan Vorogovskiy tried to play the ball to Abat Aymbetov. The latter however found himself offside.
  • In the 85th minute, it’s a miss at Kazakhstan, Serhiy Maliy. He tried a short shot on the right foot from the right half of the small penalty area, but it missed the right goal post. He had been hooked by a cross created by Arman Kenesov after a corner.
  • In the 87th minute, a foul committed by Samuel Pancotti from San Marino inside the penalty area resulted in a given penalty. The foul committed against Arman Kenesov in the penalty area saw Kazakhstan handed a penalty.
  • In the 89th minute, Filippo Fabbri from San Marino and Temirlan Erlanov from Kazakhstan both received yellow cards.
  • In the 90th minute, the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) decision resulted in a penalty for Kazakhstan. Samuel Pancotti of San Marino was given a yellow card for committing a bad foul.
  • In the 90+1 minute, it’s a goal for Kazakhstan! Aymbetov scored a penalty while they were leading San Marino 3-1. He shot at the ball with his right leg and it entered the bottom right corner of the goal post.
  • In the 90+5-minute, Lev Skvortsov from Kazakhstan committed a foul.

The match has concluded with Kazakhstan winning 3-1 against San Marino.

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