Estonia national football team 2010

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Estonia national football team 2010
Season 2010
Manager Tarmo Rüütli
Captain Raio Piiroja
Home stadium A. Le Coq Arena
2010 Baltic Cup third
UEFA Euro 2012 qualifying third (after 4 rounds)
Matches played 13
Wins 3
Draws 4
Losses 6
Goals scored 13 (1 per match)
Goals against 18
Top goalscorer Konstantin Vassiljev (4 goals)
Players 38
Goalscorers 8
Debutants 6
Highest attendance 40,000 v Georgia (3 March 2010 in Georgia)
Lowest attendance 300 v Latvia (19 June 2010 in Lithuania)
2009
2011

The 2010 season was the 19th full year of competitive football in the Baltic country as an independent nation.

Matches[edit]

The team played total of thirteen – four UEFA Euro 2012 qualifying, two Baltic Cup and seven friendly – matches, of which they won three, drew four and lost six. They scored thirteen goals, averaging one goal per match, and conceded eighteen in these games.

Georgia vs Estonia[edit]

Estonia vs Finland[edit]

It was the farewell match for Indrek Zelinski, who acquired total of 103 caps and 27 goals. Sander Post scored his first international goal, which helped Estonia overcome Finland for the first time in 73 years. Karl Palatu was capped for the first time.

Estonia vs Croatia[edit]

Latvia vs Estonia[edit]

Sergei Mošnikov was capped for the first time.

Lithuania vs Estonia[edit]

Estonia vs Faroe Islands[edit]

Estonia vs Italy[edit]

Estonia vs Uzbekistan[edit]

Serbia vs Estonia[edit]

Estonia vs Slovenia[edit]

Estonia vs Liechtenstein[edit]

Siim Luts was capped for the first time.

China vs Estonia[edit]

Rauno Alliku, Markus Jürgenson and Marko Meerits were capped for the first time.

Qatar vs Estonia[edit]

Players[edit]

These 38 players were capped during the 2010 season (listed alphabetically):

Goalscorers[edit]

4 goals
2 goals
1 goals
Own goal

Debutants[edit]

All six were FC Flora Tallinn players at the time of their debuts.

References[edit]