MALTA 1-1 LITHUANIA
Adrian Lickunas 9 (L); Andrew Borg 62 (M).
The Malta U-19’s national team held Lithuania to another draw after both teams shared the spoils in their second and final friendly, on Friday.
Both teams met last Wednesday, firing blanks in a goalless stalemate as Toze Mendes’ side continue their preparation for this summer’s European Championships on home soil.
In the second encounter, played at the Training Grounds, Adrian Lickunas drew first blood when he put Lithuania ahead after nine minutes.
Malta managed to score the equaliser just past the hour-mark through Andrew Borg.
The Maltese youth selection will return in action in May with another couple of friendlies, with the opponents yet to be announced.
Karl Sargent, Deacon Abela, Jake Micallef, Sven Xerri, Mattias Ellul (Jake Grech 82), Alex Spiteri (Bjorn Buhagiar 69), Lucas Scicluna, Daniel Letherby (Kaiden Fenech 69), Andrew Borg, Brooklyn Borg (Zak Barbara 82), Sean Gatt (Nathan Cross 63).
Coach: Toze Mendes.
Jurgen Miksiumas, Matas Latvys, Orlandas Jakas, Azuolas Indrilius, Nojus Audinis, Nedas Klimavicius (Simas Civilka 63), Kristoferis Banevicius (Martynas Setkus 46), Ignas Paulikas, Adrian Lickunas, Ernestas Gudelevicius (Nidas Vosylius 55), Justas Pastukas (Nojus Grudis 46).
Coach: Reinhold Breu.
Referee Nikola Dordevic.
Photos: Charisse Agius/Malta FA.
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