Étienne Green, born July 19, 2000 in Colchester (Essex), is a Franco-English footballer. He is currently evolving as a goalkeeper for the French club of AS Saint-Étienne. Formed at ASSE since its 9th birthday, it is particularly noticeable by stopping a penalty and keeping its cage inviolared during the first match of his professional career with the Greens.
At the end everything approached a single decision. Penalty or no penalty? That was the question that referee Andreas Ekberg had to answer Riga late Monday evening in the Daugava Stadium. The impartial from Sweden had received an indication of his video assistant Daniel Siebert and now stood at the small monitor on the playing edge. Yilmaz, the attacker of Turkey, had gone to the ground after a duel with Dubra in the penalty area of Letten.
Penalty or no penalty?
Ekberg finally pointed to the point, Yilmaz arrived and met in the ninth minute of infringement time to 2: 1 for Turkey. It was the final point of a mischievous final phase, a little later Ekberg put the game with the final whistle an end – Stefan Kuntz had arrived his first victory as a Turkish national coach.
Latvia goes in leadership – Dursun answers
For more than 90 minutes, his team had been dominant and had left nothing unturned, but again and again in the compact defensive of the liberate. And when the outsider with a break of the final phase was still in lead, because Demiral a sharp edge steered unhappy in his own goal (70.), there was clear: Turkey needs a force in order to maintain the chances of the World Cup qualifier.
The Kuntz eleven was now ran – and answered quickly: the substitute Dursun met after a cross of Cengiz annoys by head (75.), but then Turkey left several good scoring chances. First Cengiz Einder (86.), then Yilmaz (90. + 1) and finally Dursun (90. + 3). So it was in the end to a single question – and the referee answered that Kuntz was still cheered.
His team remains the secondary-placed Norwegians on the heels. With two outstanding games, the residue is still two points.