Jan Oblak will participate for the first time in his career in a major international national team tournament after qualifying Sloveniawho are in the Eurocup after winning a 2-1 match KazakhstanBeside Czech Republicwho also have a ticket to Germany after beating 3-0 Moldova.
Too much Slovenia as the Czech Republic They played two head-to-head matches to secure second place in their groups, E and H, respectively. Their rivals, Kazakhstan and Moldova, are just 90 minutes away from achieving a historic milestone, qualifying for the first time for the final stage of a top-level championship.
They both died on the beach. The experience of their rivals ended any hope for Kazakhstan and Moldova to complete their good qualifying phase with a big prize. And, of the two executioners, Slovenia was the team that celebrated it the most.
It has been 20 years Slovenia He did not participate in a Euro Cup. The last one was played in Belgium and the Netherlands in 2000, when Zlatko Zahovic was the star of a team that failed to advance from the group stage.
Now, that witness will take it Jan Oblakthe main asset of a team that won its last match in the qualifying phase 2-1 with a penalty goal from Benjamin Sesko and there is another goal in the horn Benjamin Verbic. In between, Ramazon Orazov leveled the match to create some uncertainty at the Stadion Stozice in Ljubljana. However, Slovenia held their own, adding three points and going into the Euro Cup.
Also classified Czech Republic, which took second place in group E after solving the direct rivalry it had to face against another candidate, Moldova. The Czech team left no room for surprise against a team that was about to reach a major international tournament for the first time.
The 3-0 final, with goals from David Doudera, Tomar Chory and Tomas Soucek, will allow the Central European team to compete in their eighth consecutive European Championship. Since England 1996, he has participated in all of them consecutively and in Germany he will not miss the event either.
Source: La Verdad
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