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Georgia emphatically ended Turkey's 100 per cent record in 2011 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualifying Group 2 with a 4-0 success in Zestaponi despite playing most of the second half with ten men.
Georgia opened their campaign with a 2-0 reverse in Estonia and coach Otar Gabelia responded by strengthening his squad with four players who have experience in the full national side – Amiran Sanaia, Levan Kenia, Jano Aananidze and Mate Vatsadze. They made the perfect start against a team who had won their first two qualifiers, Giorgi Ivanishvili scoring in the opening minute before Giorgi Khidesheli added a second. Despite Sanaia's sending off on 56 minutes, substitutes Lasha Totadze and Giorgi Gugava completed a resounding success for the hosts.
Turkey's troubles began from the off when Ivanishvili provided a precise finish to Irakli Klimiashvili's assist. Tunay Torun forced Roin Kvaskhvadze into a fine save at the other end, but Georgia doubled their lead on 35 minutes when Khidesheli headed in following a corner from Kenia. Sanaia was dismissed after 56 minutes for a foul on Serdar Aziz, yet incredibly the home side surged further clear, with Totadze and Gugava both beating Volkan Babacan.
|12||Roin Kvaskhvadze (GK) (C)||1||Volkan Babacan (GK) (C)|
|3||Gulverd Tomashvili||2||Serkan Şahin|
|8||Irakli Klimiashvili||5||Aykut Demir|
|18||Levan Kakubava||11||Tevfik Köse|
|1||Revaz Tevdoradze (GK)||12||Cenk Gönen (GK)|
|2||Giorgi Khatiashvili||13||Rıdvan Şimşek|
|13||Giorgi Tchedia||16||Necip Uysal|
|17||Levani Kutalia||18||Gökhan Töre|
|Otar Gabelia (GEO)||Hami Mandirali (TUR)|
|Antonio Rubinos Pérez (ESP)|
|Roberto Alonso Fernández (ESP), Marcos Alvarez Moreno (ESP)|
|José Luis Paradas Romero (ESP)|