WC2010 review: Serbia

Serbia’s World Cup performance could very well be described as disappointing despite the fact they were in a very tough group.
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Serbia’s World Cup performance could very well be described as disappointing despite the fact they were in a very tough group.

Although Germany did not provide too much of a problem for the Serbians, Ghana and Australia brought about their downfall and they ended on the bottom of Group D which was certainly not expected.

Just two goals in three matches was not enough for Radomir Antic’s men and I’m sure that players, team officials and fans alike will not look back at South Africa 2010 with fond memories.

Finished: 23rd
Record: Wins – 1; Draws – 0; Losses – 2; Points – 3
Matches: Ghana (0-1), Germany (1-0), Australia (1-2)
Goals: 2
Against: 3

tribalfootball.com’s Star Man
Milos Krasic (Was an ever present danger when going forward but teammates couldn’t make the most of his goalscoring creations)

Official statistics

Minutes played
Dejan Stankovic 270
Vladimir Stojkovic 270
Branislav Ivanovic 270
Nemanja Vidic 270

Top scorers
Marko Pantelic 1
Milan Jovanovic 1

Total shots
Dejan Stankovic 6
Nikola Zigic 6
Zoran Tosic 4
Milan Jovanovic 4
Milos Krasic 4

Pass Completion Rate
Nemanja Vidic 83%
Dejan Stankovic 79%
Zdravko Kuzmanovic 78%
Aleksandar Lukovic 76%

Most Fouls
Zdravko Kuzmanovic 5
Dejan Stankovic 4
Nikola Zigic 4

Yellow cards
Aleksandar Lukovic 1
Neven Subotic 1
Branislav Ivanovic 1
Aleksandar Kolarov 1
Milos Ninkovic 1
Nikola Zigic 1
Zdravko Kuzmanovic 1
Nemanja Vidic 1

Red cards
Aleksandar Lukovic 1 (2 yellow cards)

Saves
Vladimir Stojkovic 8

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