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Rep. of Ireland vs Slovakia international football match report

Date, kick-off time: Tuesday, 29 March 2016, 19:45 (UTC+01:00)
National teams, score:
Rep. of Ireland
-
Slovakia
2:2
Competition:International Friendly
Referee: /
Norway
Attendance, venue:30 217, Aviva Stadium, Dublin
Goals:0:1 (14') Miroslav Stoch, 1:1 (22') Shane Long (pen.), 2:1 (24') James McClean (pen.), 2:2 (45') Paul McShane (own goal)
Managed by team manager Martin O`Neill (Northern Ireland)
PlayerCapsClub
Slovakia national team line-up in match Nr.252
Managed by head coach Ján Kozák
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Match stats
National teamPlayersAverage capsAverage ageClubsGoalsCautionsExpulsions
Rep. of Irelandnannan0200
Slovakianannan0200
Comments

db - posted 11.03.2016 16:26:55

Rep. of Ireland announced squad:

Goalkeepers
Darren Randolph (West Ham United)
David Forde (Millwall)
Keiren Westwood (Sheffield Wednesday)
Rob Elliot (Newcastle United)

Defenders
Cyrus Christie (Derby County)
Seamus Coleman (Everton)
Richard Keogh (Derby County)
John O'Shea (Sunderland)
Alex Pearce (Bristol City*)
Shane Duffy (Blackburn Rovers)
Ciaran Clark (Aston Villa)
Paul McShane (Reading)
Stephen Ward (Burnley)
Greg Cunningham (Preston North End)
Matt Doherty (Wolverhampton Wanderers)

Midfielders
Robbie Brady (Norwich City)
James McCarthy (Everton)
Jeff Hendrick (Derby County)
Darron Gibson (Everton)
Harry Arter (Bournemouth)
Eunan O'Kane (Bournemouth)
Glenn Whelan (Stoke City)
Paul Green (Rotherham United)
Stephen Gleeson (Birmingham City)
David Meyler (Hull City)
Stephen Quinn (Reading)
Aiden McGeady (Sheffield Wednesday*)
James McClean (West Bromwich Albion)
Alan Judge (Brentford)
Jonathan Hayes (Aberdeen)
Chris Forrester (Peterborough United)
Anthony Pilkington (Cardiff City)
Jonathan Walters (Stoke City)
Wes Hoolahan (Norwich City)

Forwards
Robbie Keane (LA Galaxy)
Shane Long (Southampton)
Daryl Murphy (Ipswich Town)
Kevin Doyle (Colorado Rapids)
Anthony Stokes (Hibernian*)
Simon Cox (Reading)

* Denotes players as currently on loan.


db - posted 17.03.2016 05:46:33

Slovakia announced squad:

BRANKÁRI
Matúš Kozáčik (FC Viktoria Plzeň)
Ján Mucha (ŠK Slovan Bratislava)
Ján Novota (SK Rapid Viedeň)
Martin Dúbravka (Esbjerg fB)

OBRANCOVIA
Peter Pekarík (Hertha BSC Berlín)
Ján Ďurica (Lokomotiv Moskva)
Kornel Saláta (ŠK Slovan Bratislava)
Tomáš Hubočan (FC Dinamo Moskva)
Norbert Gyömbér (AS Rím)
Martin Škrtel (FC Liverpool)
Dušan Švento (1. FC Köln)
Lukáš Tesák (Kairat Almaty)

STREDOPOLIARI
Viktor Pečovský (MŠK Žilina)
Juraj Kucka (AC Miláno)
Ján Greguš (FK Jablonec)
Patrik Hrošovský (FC Viktoria Plzeň)
Vladimír Weiss (Al Gharaffa SC)
Róbert Mak (PAOK FC)
Erik Sabo (PAOK FC)
Miroslav Stoch (Bursaspor)
Stanislav Šesták (Ferencváros Budapešť)
Marek Hamšík (SSC Neapol)
Ondrej Duda (Legia Varšava)

ÚTOČNÍCI
Adam Nemec (Willem II Tillburg)
Filip Hološko (FC Sydney)
Michal Ďuriš (FC Viktoria Plzeň)
Róbert Vittek (ŠK Slovan Bratislava)


db - posted 01.04.2016 16:17:44

Slovakia national football team (link: )
Rep. of Ireland vs Slovakia post-match head-to-head
PlayedWonDrawnLostGoalsPoints/Match
51406 - 51.200
Rep. of Ireland v Slovakia match-by-match record
Rep. of Ireland top scorers
1. Robbie Keane (1998 - 2015) - 67 goals
2. Niall Quinn (1987 - 2001) - 21 goals
3. Frank Stapleton (1976 - 1990) - 20 goals
... Shane Long (2007 - 2016) - 15 goals
... James McClean (2014 - 2016) - 5 goals
(correct as of March 29, 2016)
Slovakia top scorers
1. Róbert Vittek (2001 - 2010) - 23 goals
2. Szilárd Németh (1997 - 2006) - 22 goals
3. Marek Hamšík (2007 - 2015) - 17 goals
4. Miroslav Karhan (1999 - 2011) - 14 goals
5. Marek Mintál (2002 - 2008) - 14 goals
... Miroslav Stoch (2009 - 2016) - 6 goals
(correct as of March 29, 2016)
Brief match report
Tue. 29 Mar 2016
Aviva Stadium, Dublin
Rep. of Ireland 2-2 Slovakia
Goals: 14, 22 (OG), 24 (OG), 45 (OG)

Att: 30 217
Ref: Nilsen (Norway)

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