Luka Jovic scored with a last-gasp header to snatch an equaliser for Serbia in a 1-1 draw with Slovenia on Thursday, keeping both teams in contention for a place in the last 16 of Euro 2024. Slovenia looked on course for their first ever win at the tournament after Zan Karnicnik put them ahead in the second half, but Jovic glanced in a corner in the fifth minute of stoppage time to haul Serbia level. 

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The result leaves Slovenia on two points from two games in Group C going into their clash with England on Tuesday, while Serbia have one point ahead of their final match in the group against Denmark. Serbia coach Dragan Stojkovic, who felt his team showed England “too much respect” in their opening 1-0 defeat, recalled captain Dusan Tadic in one of three changes, with Filip Kostic ruled out due to injury.

Serbia threatens to quit over chants

Jovan Surbatovic, the Gen Secy of the Football Association of Serbia has threatened to pull the team out of Euro 2024 over chants during the 1-1 draw between Albania and Croatia. He told Serb broadcaster RTS that the country demanded action over the chants, “Kill, kill, kill the Serb,” made during the match.

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