Football: World Cup - Romania 1 Tunisia 1
Saturday 27 June 1998
Goals: 1 (Moldovan 72)
Yellow cards: 0
Red cards: 0
Free-kicks (against): 17
Coach: Anghel Iordanescu
Goals: 1 (Souayah pen 10)
Yellow cards: 2 (Beya, Souayah)
Red cards: 0
Free-kicks (against): 21
Coach: Ali Selmi
1 min: Tunisia produce customary early chance when Ben Slimame forces good save.
10 min: Sellimi's quick turn draws in Dulca, who pulls him down to concede penalty. Souayah converts.
14 min: Ball in Tunisian net, but Lacatus already given offside.
18 min: Sellimi's short cross goes to keeper with Ghodhbane free in middle.
27 min: Baya shown yellow (late tackle on Petrescu).
35 min: S Trabelsi carried off after undetected left hook from Lacatus. Returns to accept handshake and apology.
41 min: Lacatus puts ball into box, but Dumitrescu goes down looking for penalty.
46 min: Romania bring on dangerman Ilie for second half.
53 min: Hagi's cultured ball sends Ilie clear, but finish is weak and wide.
56 min: Souayah shown yellow (tackle from behind on Petrescu).
60 min: Moldovan brought on.
71 min: First-string strikers do the trick as Ilie beats offside trap and, when Tunisians fail to clear, Moldovan volleys in.
88 min: Souayah heads in, but ball over line before being crossed.
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