Tadić comes off the bench in Chile defeat

By SFC Media Mon 04 Jun International
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Dušan Tadić was a second-half substitute as Serbia fell to a 1-0 defeat to Chile in their penultimate warm-up game for the World Cup.

Tadić replaced Benfica midfielder Andrija Živković on 65 minutes in Graz, as Guillermo Maripan’s late header from a Martin Rodriguez cross proved the difference.

Mladen Krstajic’s side almost fell behind earlier in the second-half when Vladimir Stojkovic was forced into a superb save by Diego Valdes’ left-footed volley, before Angelo Henriquez missed a sitter after being teed up by Junior Fernandes.

Serbia will now take on Bolivia in their final warm-up clash on 9th June at Mekur Arena.

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