Valuable win for Greek National team in Euro U21 Qualifiers against Andorra

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The Greek National team has moved to second place in the Euro U21 Qualifiers 2025 following a great win against Andorra 1-0 at Estadi Nacional Stadium.

Thanks to the goal of Christos Tzolis, the National Team secured their first win in the qualifying round.

Andorra tried to hit Greece with counter-attacks in the first minutes, but Greece managed to keep the balance in its defense and look for opportunities in the attack.

The home team showed tight defense and did not allow the attackers easy access in the first half.

The first half ended without a score, but Greece entered the second half determined to achieve the coveted goal. Although Andorra threatened on the counter-attack, good movement of the ball left Sourlis alone, he passed to Tzolis, who brought the ball down the right and a nice spot-kick sent the ball into the net for 0-1 in the 49th minute.

Until the end of the match, the home team tried to react but Greece was in complete control and took the victory. This win sends Greece to second place in the group with 4 points. They will now face two difficult matches against Croatia and Portugal.

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