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  • 21 November 2023

San Marino vs Finland: Can San Marino Change Their Luck To Victory?

The Euro 2024 qualification journey for San Marino has been challenging due to many failures. Playing for nine rounds in a row with one goal made and twenty-nine received, the team did not succeed in making itself felt. Starting seven straight defeats, San Marino has managed to score in their last two matches. However, they were still defeated 2-1. Recently, they have drawn 1-1 with Denmark and lost 3-1 against Kazakhstan.

This certainly is bad news for supporters of Finland, as they won’t be playing in Euro 2024. Nevertheless, the Finns met fierce competition from Denmark, Slovakia, and Kazakhstan, finishing at number four of group H with a total of 15 points. Their campaign was spoiled by a three-match losing streak at the tail end. In a positive turn, Finland secured a convincing 4: In a rare 0-victory against Northern Ireland in November.

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

First-half begins!!

  • In the 1st minute, Alessandro D'Addario of San Marino commits a foul.
  • Richard Jensen of Finland earns a free kick on the left wing.
  • In the 2nd minute, Robert Taylor of Finland takes the right-footed shot from the center of the box and gets blocked by an opposing player. Corner for Finland and Simone Franciosi.
  • Richard Jensen’s header at virtually one-meter distance is off target, with Robin Lod providing an excellent cross.
  • In the 4th minute, Glen Kamara of Finland is awarded a free kick for an infringement by Mirko Palazzi of San Marino.
  • A foul committed by Finland’s Robin Lod against San Marino’s Lorenzo Capicchioni results in a free-kick awarded in the 7th minute near the left flank.
  • Matteo Vitaioli of San Marino commits a foul in the 8th minute, and Pyry Soiri of Finland is awarded a free kick in the defensive zone.
  • In the 8th minute, his shot is saved by the left foot of the goalkeeper Robin Lod with assistance through the ball in the bottom left corner.
  • After the 12th minute of play, Alessandro Golinucci of San Marino commits an offense, and Daniel Håkans of Finland is granted a free kick into the defense zone.
  • There’s a blocked attempt in the 16th minute when Robert Taylor of Finland fires a right-footed shot from outside the box. This is done with the help of Daniel Håkan.
  • Finland gets a corner conceded by Dante Rossi after he blocks the shot.
  • At minute 20, the referee signals for a break following injury to Matteo Vitaioli of San Marino.
  • Play resumes in the 22nd minute with a San Marino free kick into the defensive half awarded to Marcello Mularoni. This comes from a foul made by Pyry Soiri from Finland.
  • In the 23rd minute, another foul is committed by Matteo Vitaioli of San Marino, who gets a yellow card.
  • In the 25th minute, Teemu Pukki of Finland attempted a shot with his left foot from the right edge of the box, but the Germany goalie blocked the attempt. Lucas Lingman provides the assist.
  • In the 27th minute, the box features a save as Finnish team player Robin Lod moves with his left foot from the middle. Robert Taylor’s cross saves the attempt in the middle of the goal.
  • Finnish player Robin Lod commits a foul in the 31st minute. Secondly, the referee finds Alessandro Tosi offside as he tries to break through and find offside on another San Marino player called Mirko Palazzi with this offside call.
  • In the 33rd minute, San Marino’s Alessandro d’Addario handles the ball that leads to a free-kick on the left side for Tomas Galvez of Finland.
  • The sequence of fouls in the same 34th minute. In the first place, a free kick is awarded to Alessandro D’Addario of San Marino, which Tomas Galvez of Finland fouls.
  • A yellow card is awarded on Tomas Galvez’s behalf in the 34th minute of play.
  • In the 36th minute, Marcello Mularoni offends San Marino, giving Pyry Soiri a free kick in the defense side.
  • Another foul, this time made by Alessnardo Tosi of San Marino on Lucas Lingman of Finland in the 40th minute, awarded a free kick in defense for Finland.
  • Lorenzo Lazzari of San Marino commits a foul in the 44th minute, and Tomas Galvez gets a free kick at the left wing.
  • San Marino 0 – 0 Finland. Score after 45 min + 2.

Second-half begins!!!

  • In the 45th minute, Joel Pohjanpalo replaced Robin Lod on an injury basis for Finland.
  • The foul is by Marcello Mularoni of San Marino, and Arttu Hoskonen of Finland scores a free kick in the defensive half.
  • The 46th minute finds Teemu Pukki out of Finland, which is blocked, taking a right-footed shot from outside the box.” Assisted by Glen Kamara.
  • In the 46th minute, Alessandro D’Addario from San Marino receives a free kick on the right side through a foul from Tomas Galvez of Finland.
  • Simone Franciosi of San Marino tries a right-footed shot that comes from the center of the box in the 47th minute, but it’s blocked.
  • Then, in minute 49, Pyry Soiri of Finland puts in a right-footed shot just inside the bottom right-hand corner.
  • San Marino’s Alessandro Tosi commits a foul in the 51st minute.
  • In the 54th minute, a foul against Daniel Håkans from Finland leads a free kick for Lorenzo Capicchioni of San Marino, awarded in the defensive half.
  • In the 57th minute, Pyry Soiri from Finland also scores a goal from a right foot in the middle of the penalty area supported by Tomas Galvez.
  • After 55 minutes, San Marino’s player Alessandro Tosi receives a warning card for a nasty foul.
  • It was ruled out in the 60th minute after VAR reviewed and reversed a goal scored by Teemu Pukki for Finland.
  • In the 61st minute, Substitution, San Marino: Filippo Berardi replaces Matteo Vitaioli.
  • Draw – nothing done by San Marino; finish score remains at zero to two against Finland.
  • In the 63rd minute, Teemu Pukki of Finland tried a left foot attempt from the center, but it went wide into the right. Crossed by Tomas Galvez, his friend.
  • Robert of Finland fires in a right-footed shot from a distance, only to keep it away and up in the top right corner. Assisted by Teemu Pukki.
  • San Marino player Alessandro D’Addario fouls Galvaz in the 65th minute and secures a free kick for the defending half.
  • At the end of the 67th minute, Lorenzo Capicchioni gets a caution for an offense.
  • In the 79th minute, Joel Pohjanpalo makes a right-footed shot from the center of the box, but it is unsuccessful.
  • In the 70th minute, Pyry Soiri is substituted for Jere Uronen from Finland. Another player involved is Benjamin Källman, who replaces Daniel Håkans.
  • In the 73rd minute, A penalty corner is gained by Finland when Simone Franciosi concedes.
  • In the 74th minute, An injury to Alessandro Tosi of San Marino during the game led to a delayed match start.
  • In the 75th minute, A free kick is awarded to Mirko Palazzi of San Marino in the defensive half.
  • In the 77th minute, San Marino brings in Manuel Battistini for Dante Rossi. A new change occurs with Tommaso Zafferani taking the place of Marcello Mularoni.
  • In the 78th minute, another turn of the coin – Fredrik Jensen replaces Teemu Pukki of Finland.
  • In the 79th minute, Lorenzo Lazzari lets in two consecutive corners for Finland.
  • Joel Pohjanpalo of Finland came in during the 45th minute to replace Robin Lod due to injury.
  • Marcello Mularoni of San Marino fouls; free-kick scored by Arttu Hoskonen (defensive half).
  • However,  during the 46th minute, they find themselves out of Finland. Blocked. Taking the right-footed shot from outside the box.” Glen Kamara.
  • Tomas Galvez commits a foul, leading to Alessandro D’Addario from San Marino being granted a free kick on the right.
  • In the 47th-minute simulation, Franciosi from San Marino takes a center-of-the-box shot with his right foot, but it’s blocked.
  • In minute 49, Pyry Soiri of Finland makes an effortless strike on the mark with the right foot.
  • San Marino’s Alessandro Tosi fouls 51st minute.
  • A free kick to San Marino’s Lorenzo Capicchioni comes up in the defense area following a foul on Daniel Håkansson from Finland in the 54th minute.
  • Another goal was scored in the 57th minute, and this time, Pyry Soiri from Finland used a right foot in the middle of the penalty area assisted by Tomas Galvez.
  • After 55′ minutes, San Marino’s player Alessandro Tosi is given a foul card.
  • The goal that Teemu Pukki scored for Finland was not allowed, disallowed in the 60th minute when VAR overturned it in the 61st minute.
  • In the 61st minute, Substitution, San Marino: Filippo Berardi replaces Matteo Vitaioli.
  • Zero to two against Finland and draw only a few things from San Marino.
  • In the 63rd minute of play, Finland’s Teemu Pukki made a shot with his left foot from the middle, but it was way on the right side of the post. His friend Tomas Galvez crossed him.
  • Robert of Finland shoots to hit high on the upper right corner, only to block it. Assisted by Teemu Pukki.
  • In the 65th minute, San Marino player Alessandro D’Addario fouled Galvaz, and it was for the defense.
  • An offense in the 67th minute sees Lorenzo Capicchioni receive his first yellow card.
  • A right-footed shot by Joel Pohjanpalo in the 69th minute to the center of the box was unsuccessful.
  • At the 70th minute, Pyry Soiri is replaced by Jere Uronen from Finland. The other player in the mix happens to be Benjamin Källman, who substitutes for Daniel Håkans.
  • Finland gets a penalty corner in its 73rd minute, as Simone Franciosi admits.
  • When the injured player was taken off, a brief break led to a resumed play in the 74th minute.
  • After 75 minutes of play, a free kick is awarded to Mirko Palazzi of San Marino in the defense zone.
  • The 77th minute sees Manuel Battistini replacing Dante Rossi. There is yet another change as they substitute Marcello Mularoni with Tommaso Zafferani.
  • In the 78th minute of play, an equivalent decision saw Teemo Punki, who Freidrick Jensen of Finish replaced.
  • Finland scored twice in the 79th minute with consecutive corners by Lorenzo Lazzari.
  • In the 82nd minute, Joel Pohjanpalo fouled someone in Finland. After that, Simone Colzatto suffered a head injury, and hence, San Marino’s goalkeeper, his country, Aldo Simoncini, was injured before the start of the second half of his country, Aldo Simoncini.
  • During the 86th minute, Alessandro Tosi of San Marino tried a left-footed shot from the left side of the box, which flew beyond. Alessandro Golinucci provided the assist.
  • Manuel Battistini of San Marino was given a yellow card in the 90th minute for a naughty foul.
  • San Marino substituted Lorenzo Lazzari for Anderson Magi on 90+1 minute.
  • From the 90th + 3 minute, Jere Uronen of Finland fouled.
  • Alessandro D’Addario at San Marino tried a shot from the right side of the penalty area, but it went wide. Lorenzo Capicchioni provided the assist.
  • A poor foul by Tommaso Zafferani of San Marino in the 90’ + 3’ minute awarded him a yellow card.
  • San Marino was awarded a penalty of 90’ + 4’ when Filippo Berardi made a foul in the penalty area. A penalty was given to Richard Jensen (Finland).
  • Richard Jensen (Finland), 90′ + 5′ minute yellow card for a bad foul.
  • At 90’+6’, Filippo Berardi (San Marino) shot the penalty kick in the direction of the bottom left corner and scored thus one, for San Marino.

The second half ended with the final score: San Marino 1, Finland 2. The tie ended in stagnancy (1 – 0).

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