Tadić helps Serbia to a point

By SFC Media Sun 11 Jun International
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Saints playmaker Dušan Tadić played the full 90 minutes for Serbia as they drew 1-1 in FIFA World Cup qualifying against Wales in Belgrade.

The hosts went behind in the first-half after Filip Kostic pulled Burnley striker Sam Vokes back in the box, leaving Aaron Ramsey to coolly convert a paneka penalty to make it 1-0.

Chris Coleman's men looked to be heading for a victory, until Aleksandar Mitrovic levelled things up with 15 minutes to help register an important point.

Serbia remain top of Group D after six games, having amassed 12 points and a superior goal difference to second-place Republic of Ireland after they drew 1-1 at home to Austria earlier in the day.

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