Malta lost 0-3 to Greece at the Centenary Stadium in another match from the Easter Tournament hosted by the Malta Football Association.
After a goalless first half, Greece managed to take the lead thanks to Georgios Karakoutis on the 49th minute. The same player doubled the score on 66 minutes and Anastasios Dimitriadis sealed the issue with a third goal six minutes from time.
Malta plays its third and final match on Monday against Cyprus who claimed maximum points from the two matches played so far. In fact, on Saturday, Cyprus defeated Northern Ireland 1-0 at the MFA Training Grounds thanks to a goal by Christos Wheeler.
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MALTA Jamie Azzopardi, Nick Ghio, Iousef Meli, Mirco Vella, Neil Spiteri, Matthew Guillaimier, Conor Borg, Jake Grech (69′ Mark Anthony Scicluna), Clint Zammit, Luca Brincat (69′ Juan Carlos Corbalan), Mauro Sultana (57′ Aidan Friggieri).
GREECE Panagiotis Ntounis, Grigorios Kasapidis (75′ Panagiotis Avramidis), Fotios Pantekidis, Geo Makrostergios, Emmanouil Patralis (75′ Markos-Nikol Komitis), Georgios Manthatis (44′ Panagiotis Papnikolaou), Vasileios Karvoundis), Anastasios Dimitriadis, Ilias Tselios (75′ Asterios Mouhalis), Ioannis Vidalis (40′ Panagiotis Grkosios), Georgios Karakoutis (75′ Kleon Pouflis).
Referee: Andre Arciola
Assistant Referees: Alan Camilleri, William Debattista
On Monday, Malta take on Cyprus at the National Stadium while Greece face Northern Ireland at the Centenary Stadium. Both matches kick-off at 13:30.