Serbia Team 2018

Information about Serbia Team 2018

Information about Serbia Team 2018
Information about Serbia Team 2018

Serbia is Serbia's official soccer representative. He reached the World Cup finals once in addition to the 2006 World Cup after her previous appearances in 1998. The team was previously known as the Yugoslav national team. The name was changed to the FIF. The name was turned to Serbia and Montenegro in 2003, then to Serbia in 2006, and another to Montenegro. The first international match of this new name was in 2003 and was exchanged with Azerbaijan 2-2. From leading players captain Dian Stankovic, who plays for Inter Milan in Italy.

Founded in 1919, the Serbian Football Federation joined FIFA in the same year. Serbia qualified for the finals after offering a host of great offers to lead their group in the qualifiers without a defeat, two points ahead of Spain, which was the top candidate.

The coach is Lejka Petkovic, 60, who took over as coach in July 2003 after a surprise loss to Azerbaijan. Petkovic managed in a short time to form a solid team. His plans are based on a comprehensive game based on the participation of all players in the defense mission.

Mirko Vucinic: Born in 1983 as a promising star, he joined the Italian Lecce in 2000. The living example of the defender embodies the goals. Last year Lecce scored 19 goals in 28 games, a rare occurrence not only in Italy but throughout the world. Former Chelsea striker Matia Kezman, who currently plays for Atletico Madrid and starred names, is the 2.02-meter Red Star Belgrade striker named Nikola Zyjic, dubbed the longest player in the world.

Iceland and Serbia booked their ticket at the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia ™ after Serbia beat Georgia 1-0 and Iceland beat Kosovo 2-0.

Iceland, despite the difficulty of the group, which included strong teams such as Croatia, Ukraine and Turkey, while booked a place in the finals of Serbia thanks to the results of a great achievement throughout the qualifying.

Serbia won 6 wins, 3 draws and 1 defeat in 10 games, scoring 20 goals and conceding only 10 goals.
Iceland scored seven wins, one draw and two defeats, scoring 16 goals and conceding seven goals.

Serbia has already participated in the FIFA World Cup in 2010 in South Africa, while they missed Brazil 2014, and Iceland will be the first 2018 in the FIFA World Cup after being close to qualifying for Brazil.


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