It was a skadesplaget Switzerland-crews on Saturday afternoon began their hunt of an EM-space at stamford bridge in Tbilisi against Georgia. After a dull first half was the Switzerland track of the cases after the break and secured a 2-0 victory on goals by Steven Zuber and Denis Zakaria.
An otherwise chancefattig the first half was a dramatic highlight, as the swiss midterforsvarer Fabian Schär and Georgia-charlie Jermal Tabidze bumped their heads together.
Fabian Schär was completely lifeless after the grisly clashes with Jermal Tabidze. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix.
Fabian Schär went out like a light, and fell lifeless to the ground. That was quick called on lægestaben, which guaranteed to Switzerland-the stopper is not swallowed his tongue after a collision.
Jermal Tabidze was also something included after the accident had to be tied into a big bandage, before he could play on. After several minutes of treatment came both players on their feet and played on.
There was something of a bandage to patch Tabidze together, after the collision with Fabian Schär. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix.
In spite of the sure victory, it was not an exuberant Switzerland-the crew that went on the track in the Georgian capital. From the Danish national team camp in St. Gallen, the Danish boys see it coming modstanderhold, which were hard to play itself forward to the great opportunities for an undetected Georgian crew, who switched Randers-profile Saba Lobjanidze on the field in the second half. Until the first score was schweizernes best option a trained free-kick from AC Milan fullback Ricardo Rodriguez.
Georgia was in several close to taking the lead. The biggest chance came after a corner kick short field in the second half, but hovedstødet was saved on the line.
It was as if the Georgian chances was a 'wake up call' for the swiss, who put themselves entirely on the game in the second half.
The first goal was scored after a long ball that was put superbly by the feet of the Stuttgart player Steven Zuber, who udplacerede the Georgian keeper with a precise indersideafslutning.
the Guests closed the fight against the poorly defending home team, they, as the Gladbach-profile Denis Zakaria kicked a ripost in the net ten minutes before the time.
Switzerland is putting itself thus in the forefront of Denmark's pool, within the flat in Basel takes in against Åge Hareides troops.
kick-off on Tuesday evening at 20.45.