The national football team of Moldova suffered the fifth categorical defeat in the preliminaries for Euro 2020. The Moldovan team was also defeated by Albania, in Chișinău, with a 0-4 score.
Cikalleshi (22), Bare (34), Trashi (40) and Manaj (90) scored the goals. Moldova employed the following players: Koşelev, Reabciuk, Mudrac (Rozgoniuc 31), Posmac, Ioniță (c), Cebotaru, Prepeliță, Suvorov (Boiciuc 60), Anton, Sidorenco (Sandu 80) and Graur.
Previously, Moldova lost to France (1-4), Turkey (0-4 and 0-4), Iceland (0-3), Albania (0-2) and Andorra (0-1), while only defeating Andorra, with a 1-0 score. The team coached by Semen Altman is in last place in Group H, with a total of three points, having a total score of 2-22. The Moldovan team's goals were scored by Vladimir Ambros and Igor Armaș.
Moldova still has two matches to play in the preliminaries for Euro 2020. The Moldovan team will play on November 14 on the field of the current world champion, France, while on November 17 at home, with Iceland, the Euro 2016 revelation.