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Mar 22, 2019 at 7.45pm UK
Attendance: 1,854
AndorraAndorra
0-2
IcelandIceland
FT(HT: 0-1)
Bjarnason (22'), Kjartansson (80')

Team Lineups: Andorra 0-2 Iceland

Last Updated: Friday, March 22, 2019 at 22:36 UK

Venue: Estadi Nacional d'Andorra

Andorra

G1Josep Gómes
CD-L6Ildefons Lima
CD-R20Max Llovera
LB15Moisés San Nicolás
RB18Jesús Rubio
SubstitutionJuli Sanchez, 87'
CM-L3Marc Vales
CM-R4Marc Rebés
LM17Joan Cervos
SubstitutionJordi Aláez, 71'
RM23Alexandre Martínez
SubstitutionJordi Aláez, 71'
CF-L8Márcio Vieira
CF-R2Cristian Martínez
SubstitutionLudovic Clemente, 81'
Sub10Juli Sanchez
Sub14Jordi Aláez
Sub21Ludovic Clemente
Sub5Emili García
Sub13Ferran Poli
Sub19Sebastiàn Gómez
Sub11Sergi Moreno
Sub22Victor Rodriguez
Sub9Aarón Sánchez

Iceland

G1Hannes Halldórsson
CD-L6Ragnar Sigurdsson
CD-R14Kári Árnason
LB23Ari Skúlason
RB2Birkir Saevarsson
CM-L8Birkir Bjarnason
CM-R17Aron Gunnarsson
SubstitutionRunar Mar Sigurjonsson, 63'
LM20Arnór Sigurdsson
RM7Johann Gudmundsson
SubstitutionArnór Traustason, 83'
F11Alfred Finnbogason
SubstitutionVidar Örn Kjartansson, 70'
RCF10Gylfi Sigurdsson
Sub16Runar Mar Sigurjonsson
Sub21Arnór Traustason
Sub9Vidar Örn Kjartansson
Sub19Rúrik Gíslason
Sub3Jón Gudni Fjóluson
Sub4Victor Palsson
Sub18Hördur Magnússon
Sub12Ögmundur Kristinsson
Sub5Sverrir Ingason
Sub15Hjörtur Hermannsson
Sub13Rúnar Rúnarsson
Sub22Albert Gudmundsson

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