Georgia vs Andorra live streaming
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Match: Georgia vs Andorra
Competition: UEFA Nations League
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Georgia vs Andorra live streaming: Match preview
Georgia were huge favourites to top this group before a ball was kicked and they’ve lived up to the billing.
On matchday 1 they put down a real marker by beating Kazakhstan 2-0 in the Astana Arena.
They then hosted Latvia but it looked as though they were going to drop 2 valuable points.
However, Tornike Okriashvili converted a late penalty to send the huge local support crazy.
There were 45,716 people at the Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena, over 18,000 more than at any other League D match.
Andorra may struggle to cope with the partizan atmosphere.
Koldo’s side have impressed a few so far though.
They drew 0-0 in Lativa and then 1-1 at home to Kazakhstan and will look to keep their unbeaten run going.
This’ll be a much tougher task though and Georgia should make it 9 points out of 9.