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Estonia national football team 1995

The 1995 season was the fourth full year of competitive football in Estonia as an independent nation. After having changed managers in 1994 — Roman Ubakivi replaced Uno Piir — the Estonia national football team continued in the qualifying tournament for the European Championship. Estonia performed worse in 1995 with twelve defeats in twelve games including four major losses. At the Baltic Cup the Estonian U-23 team competed, led by coach Aavo Sarap.

Contents

  • Results 1
    • Vietnam vs Estonia 1.1
    • Norway vs Estonia 1.2
    • Cyprus vs Estonia 1.3
    • Italy vs Estonia 1.4
    • Slovenia vs Estonia 1.5
    • Estonia vs Ukraine 1.6
    • Latvia vs Estonia 1.7
    • Lithuania vs Estonia 1.8
    • Estonia vs Slovenia 1.9
    • Estonia vs Lithuania 1.10
    • Croatia vs Estonia 1.11
    • Lithuania vs Estonia 1.12
  • Notes 2
  • References 3

Results

Vietnam vs Estonia

Friendly
1995-01-04
 Vietnam 1 – 0  Estonia
Nguyễn Sỹ Long Goal 66'
Thong Nhat Stadium, Ho Chi Minh City
Attendance: —
Referee: —

Norway vs Estonia

Friendly
1995-02-06
 Norway 7 – 0  Estonia
Jakobsen Goal 4', Goal 73'
Bohinen Goal 13', Goal 58'
Brattbakk Goal 48', Goal 89'
Halle Goal 57'
GSZ Stadium, Larnaca
Attendance: 100
Referee: Papaioannou (CYP)

Cyprus vs Estonia

Friendly
1995-02-15
 Cyprus 3 – 1  Estonia
Gogić Goal 16'
Engomitis Goal 83'
Larkou Goal 85'
Reim Goal 76' [1]
GSZ Stadium, Larnaca
Attendance: —
Referee: Ioannou (CYP)

Italy vs Estonia

ECQ 96 [2]
1995-03-25
 Italy 3 – 1  Estonia
Zola Goal 45', Goal 65'
Albertini Goal 58'
Ravanelli Goal 82'
Reim Goal 72' [3]
Stadio Arechi, Salerno
Attendance: 38,000
Referee: Philippi (LUX)

Slovenia vs Estonia

ECQ 96
1995-03-29
 Slovenia 3 – 0  Estonia
Zahovič Goal 40'
Gliha Goal 52'
Kokol Goal 90'
Ljudski vrt, Maribor
Attendance: 1,850
Referee: Pratas (POR)

Estonia vs Ukraine

ECQ 96
1995-04-26
 Estonia 0 – 1  Ukraine
Huseinov Goal 17'
Kadrioru Stadium, Tallinn
Attendance: 1,700
Referee: Hollung (NOR)

Latvia vs Estonia

Baltic Cup
1995-05-19
Latvia  2 – 0  Estonia
Zeiberliņš Goal 37'
Ivanovs Goal 67'
Daugava Stadium, Riga
Attendance: 300
Referee: Sliva (LTU)

Lithuania vs Estonia

Baltic Cup
1995-05-20
Lithuania  7 – 0  Estonia
Skarbalius Goal 27'
Baltušnikas Goal 34'
Preikšaitis Goal 36'
Upstas Goal 57'
Zuta Goal 62'
Žvingilas Goal 75'
Poderis Goal 88'
Daugava Stadium, Riga
Attendance: 1,500
Referee: Lajuks (LAT)

Estonia vs Slovenia

ECQ 96
1995-06-11
 Estonia 1 – 3  Slovenia
Reim Goal 26' [4] Novak Goal 38', Goal 69'
Zahovič Goal 80'
Kadrioru Stadium, Tallinn
Attendance: 1,100
Referee: Durkin (ENG)

Estonia vs Lithuania

ECQ 96
1995-08-16
 Estonia 0 – 1  Lithuania
Maciulevičius Goal 48'
Kadrioru Stadium, Tallinn
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Nilsson (SWE)

Croatia vs Estonia

ECQ 96
1995-09-03
 Croatia 7 – 1  Estonia
Mladenović Goal 3'
Šuker Goal 19' (pen), Goal 58', Goal 89'
Bokšić Goal 29'
Boban Goal 41'
Štimac Goal 81'
Reim Goal 17' [5]
Maksimir Stadium, Zagreb
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Huzu (ROM)

Lithuania vs Estonia

ECQ 96
1995-10-11
 Lithuania 5 – 0  Estonia
Maciulevičius Goal 8'
Šuika Goal 13', Goal 39'
Šlekys Goal 44'
Ivanauskas Goal 62'
Žalgiris Stadium, Vilnius
Attendance: 2,500
Referee: Pauchard (FRA)

Notes

  1. ^ Second goal of Martin Reim in 27 international matches for Estonia.
  2. ^ UEFA Euro 1996 qualifying for the Euro 1996 tournament in England.
  3. ^ Third goal of Martin Reim in 28 international matches for Estonia.
  4. ^ Fourth goal of Martin Reim in 31 international matches for Estonia.
  5. ^ Fifth goal of Martin Reim in 33 international matches for Estonia.

References

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