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scored in injury time to give Portugal
a 1-0 win over Denmark in a tense
Euro 2016 qualifier in Group I yes-
Ronaldo headed home in the 94th
minute following a cross from the right
by Ricardo Quaresma, crushing Danes
hopes of a draw.
Portugal, which was recovering from
a shock 1-0 home loss to Albania on
Sunday, made the better start in Copen-
But the home team had the best
chance of the first half when a shot by
Denmark striker Michael Krohn-Dehli
hit the post, after opportunities had
fallen earlier for Nani and Ronaldo at
the other end.
The tension remained high in the
second half, with Nani and Ronaldo
again testing Denmark keeper Kasper
Schmeichel, while Portuguese goalie
Rui Patricio saw off attempts by Krohn-
Dehli and Nicklas Bendtner.
A few minutes before Ronaldo s late
winner, the Portugal star was booked
for a foul on defender Pierre-Emile
Hojbjerg. That yellow card was the only
one handed out by referee Felix Brych
who repeatedly was booed by the Dan-
ish fans for his decisions.
The Group I match in Belgrade
between Serbia and Albania was aban-
doned after pitch skirmishes involving
players and fans over an Albanian flag
that was flown above the stadium by
Denmark travels to Belgrade for its
next European Championship qualifi-
Ireland scores late
for 1-1 draw in Germany
GELSENKIRCHEN---John O Shea
scored in the fourth minute of stop-
page time to give Ireland a 1-1 draw
with host Germany as the World Cup
holders suffered another setback in
Toni Kroos scored in the second
half to put Germany ahead as it sought
to bounce back from a loss to Poland.
Kroos hammered home a low drive
in the 71st minute with what was then
Germany s 17th shot. Ireland only had
Ronaldo scores as Portugal edges Denmark 1-0
managed one until then, but
O Shea s late strike stunned
Joachim Loew s team. In Warsaw,
Poland drew 2-2 with Scotland
to remain top of Group D on goal
difference over Ireland, while
Georgia won 3-0 at Gibraltar.
Poland and Ireland have seven
points from three matches, while
Germany and Scotland have four
shocks Greece 2-0
continued its surprise run in
Euro 2016 qualifying by beating
Greece 2-0 for its third straight
win in Group F.
Jamie Ward fired in a corner
kick taken by Oliver Norwood
in the ninth minute, with the
ball crossing the line after a
slight deflection off Greece
defender Loukas Vyntra.
Kyle Lafferty scored the sec-
ond after a solo run six minutes
into the second half at Karaiskaki
Stadium. He has now scored in
all three of his country s group
The injury-plagued Greeks
had their best chance in the first
half with Nikos Karelis, who
misplaced his lob for the 2004
In yesterday s other Group F
games, Hungary won 1-0 in the
Faeroe Islands while Romania
beat Finland 2-0 in Helsinki.
Serbia vs Albania
BELGRADE---A 2016 European
Championship qualifier between
Serbia and Albania was aban-
doned after skirmishes broke out
involving players and fans over
an Albanian flag that was flown
above the stadium by a drone.
English referee Martin Atkinson
interrupted the match in the 41st
minute when one of the Serbia
players managed to grab the flag
and Albania players tried to pro-
tect it. Several Serbian fans invad-
ed the pitch and clashed with
Albanian players. The score was
0-0 at the time.
The match was later aban-
doned "due to a disturbance on
the pitch," according European
football s ruling body, UEFA.
Albanian fans had been banned
from attending the match
between the two Balkan rival
nations that have had turbulent
relations--- mainly over the former
ethnic Albanian-dominated Ser-
bian province of Kosovo that
declared independence in 2008.
Also, Switzerland defeated San
Marino 4-0 in Group E.
Christiano Ronaldo, left, celebrates his last minute goal next to Denmarks
Michael Krohn-Dehli during a Euro 2016 group I qualifying football match
between Denmark and Portugal in Copenhagen, Denmark, yesterday.
Portugal won 1-0. AP PHOTO
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