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Classy Quaison steers Sweden to 2-1 win over Romania

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Sweden down Romania 2-1 in Group F, ending Romania's run of four straight matches with a clean sheet.

Classy forward Robin Quaison scored a first-half goal to put Sweden on the road to a comfortable 2-1 win over Romania in their Group F Euro 2020 qualifier at the Friends Arena in Solna on Saturday.

After a slow start from both teams, Quaison gave the Swedes the 33rd minute lead, stabbing Ludwig Augustinsson's pass home from close range to notch his third goal in his seventh senior international.

The 25-year-old Stockholm native, who grew up a few stops on the metro line from the national stadium,...

UEFA charges Romania for racist chants, fan misconduct in match against Serbia

UEFA has charged the Romanian football federation with fan misconduct for racist chants and banners at a Nations League game on Sunday against Serbia.

UEFA says the "racist behavior" includes incidents targeting Romanian neighbour Hungary when the national team played to a 0-0 draw against Serbia.

Romania fans also held up a banner linking refugees to terrorism, and a video posted on social media showed fans chanting a slogan supporting Serbia's territorial claim to Kosovo.

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FIFA gives Chile and Romania stadium bans, fines many Latin American FAs

Poland's Robert Lewandowski was caught in the explosion of fireworks in a game at Romania last month.

Chile and Romania have received stadium bans from FIFA, as the world governing body issued fines to a number of national football associations on Monday, including many for anti-gay chants in Latin America.

FIFA ruled that Chile will not be allowed to play their next two World Cup qualifiers at their home stadium in Santiago, while also giving out fines to Chile, Argentina, Colombia, Venezuela, Mexico and Panama "for various incidents involving unsporting conduct by fans, including homophobic chants...