Malta and Estonia shared the spoils at the Tony Bezzina Stadium in a second Under-18 international friendly match.
These matches are part of the preparations ahead of next year’s UEFA Under-19 Championship matches. Malta won the first friendly match at the MFA Training Centre on Sunday 3-1.
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Coach Alessandro Zinnari made two changes from last Sunday as Jamie Scerri and Nathan Cross were preferred to Brooklyn Borg and Isaiah Micallef, who were both included as substitutes.
Estonia took the lead on the 35th minute thanks to Daniel Luts but Malta equalised twelve minutes from time, courtesy of Lucas Caruana.
MALTA Beppe Mangion, Sasha Cachia, Andrew Apap-Bologna (Andrew Borg 81), Miguel Azzopardi (Benjamin Mifsud 46), Jake Micallef, Matteo Gambin, Jake Vassallo, Lucas Caruana, Shaisen Attard (Brooklyn Borg 63), Jamie Scerri (Zak Barbara 46), Nathan Cross (Isaiah Micallef 46)
ESTONIA Ott Nõmm, Samuel Merilai, Artur Voilenko, Alexander Kapitan-Bergman, Georg Lani (Mihhail Orlov 71), Rico Ernits (Gregor Lehtmets 60), Johann Kõre, Artur Sakarias, Oscar Ollik (Kevin Burov 60), Georg Vende (Oliver Niit 71), Daniel Luts (Aleksander Švedovski 46)
Referee: Philip Farrugia (Malta)