Qualifying round (Group 5) - 09/06/2009 - 20:30CET (20:30 local time) - Stadio Olimpico - Serravalle
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San Marino - Czech Republic 0-8 - 09/06/2009 - Match page - Under-21 2011

Czech Republic sweep aside San Marino

Published: Tuesday 9 June 2009, 2.45CET
San Marino 0-8 Czech Republic
Tomáš Pekhart scored a first-half hat-trick as the visitors eased to an emphatic opening Group 5 victory over San Marino in Serravalle.
by Paolo Menicucci
Czech Republic sweep aside San Marino
Tomáš Pekhart, who spent time on loan at Southampton this season, scored a first-half hat-trick ©Getty Images

Match statistics

San MarinoCzech Republic

Goals scored0
8
Yellow cards2
 
1
Red cards1
 
0
Goal attempts0
8
Attempts off target0
 
0
Corners0
 
0
Fouls committed0
 
0

Matches

Published: Tuesday 9 June 2009, 2.45CET

Czech Republic sweep aside San Marino

San Marino 0-8 Czech Republic
Tomáš Pekhart scored a first-half hat-trick as the visitors eased to an emphatic opening Group 5 victory over San Marino in Serravalle.

Tomáš Pekhart scored a first-half hat-trick as the Czech Republic won 8-0 at San Marino in their opening 2011 UEFA Under-21 European Championship qualifying fixture.

Pekhart flurry
The striker, on loan from Tottenham Hotspur FC to SK Slavia Praha, opened the scoring in the 19th minute and, after midfielder Tomáš Horava had made it two for the visitors ten minutes later, found the net twice more before the break. The Czech Republic continued to dominate the Group 5 encounter and Jirí Valenta scored the fifth just before the interval.

'Physical superiority'
Borek Dockal got in on the act in Serravalle at the beginning of the second period with a penalty before adding the seventh with 20 minutes remaining. With eight minutes to go, San Marino defender Michele Cervellini was sent off for a foul in the area but Pekhart was denied a fourth by goalkeeper Federico Casadei from the spot. There was still time for an eighth Czech goal as Jan Chramosta added to the misery of Massimo Agostini, in his first match as San Marino coach. "Their physical superiority was huge," Agostini said. "We tried to make as few mistakes as possible but we knew it was a very difficult match for us."

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Last updated: 30/07/09 15.04CET

Related information

Team profiles

Lineups

San Marino

San Marino

Czech Republic

Czech Republic

1
CasadeiFederico Casadei (GK)
1
VaclíkTomáš Vaclík (GK)
2
GuerraTommaso Guerra
Substitution51'
3
HošekJan Hošek
3
CaniniAlessandro Canini
4
MazuchOndřej Mazuch
4
VenerucciAndrea Venerucci
Yellow Card17'
Substitution51'
6
VáchaLukáš Vácha
5
Alex Della ValleAlex Della Valle
7
ValentaJirí Valenta
Goal45'
Substitution70'
6
CervelliniMichele Cervellini
Yellow Card44'
Red Card77'
8
HořavaTomáš Hořava
Goal29'
Substitution60'
7
MularoniDavide Mularoni
9
DočkalBořek Dočkal (C)
Goal49'
Goal70'
8
BerrettiMaicol Berretti
10
HloušekAdam Hloušek
Substitution77'
9
Della ValleAchille Della Valle
Substitution68'
11
PekhartTomáš Pekhart
Goal19'
Goal31'
Goal38'
10
M. VitaioliMatteo Vitaioli (C)
13
LecjaksJan Lecjaks
11
BianchiAlessandro Bianchi
17
VošahlíkJan Vošahlík

Substitutes

12
GobbiEros Gobbi (GK)
16
HanušJan Hanuš (GK)
13
CaniniNicola Canini
Substitution68'
2
MarečekLukáš Mareček
Substitution60'
14
CarliniRaffaele Carlini
Substitution51'
5
ČelůstkaOndřej Čelůstka
15
CasadeiMattia Casadei
12
FabiánTomáš Fabián
16
GiannoniMatteo Giannoni
14
ChramostaJan Chramosta
Substitution77'
Goal86'
17
MazzaPier Filippo Mazza
Substitution51'
15
HeidenreichJakub Heidenreich
18
RostiMarco Rosti
18
WojnarPetr Wojnar
Substitution70'
Yellow Card88'

Coach

Massimo Agostini (ITA) Jakub Dovalil (CZE)

Referee

Huw Jones (WAL)

Assistant referees

Alun Boore (WAL), Gareth Ayres (WAL)

Fourth official

Dean John (WAL)

Legend:

  • GoalsGoals
  • Own goalOwn goal
  • PenaltiesPenalties
  • Missed PenaltiesMissed Penalties
  • reds_cardRed cards
  • yellow_cardsYellow cards
  • yellow_red_cardsYellow/red card
  • SubstitutionSubstitution

See also