It was a rough start for Montenegro, but they have come into the game slowly but surely. Either the occasion got the better of the visitors or the Czech Republic just started the game with some fantastic energy, but the home team had all of the possession in the opening 15 minutes. They didn't do a lot with it and Montenegro didn't look in danger, but in any event, they couldn't get and keep the ball. Now, they're doing both.
In the last 10 minutes, Montenegro have done a much better job of getting some possession and getting bodies forward. They've still been a bit conservative about it and made sure they don't get exposed at the back, but they should be dangerous anyway. Mirko Vucinic is arguably the most talented player on the pitch (at least in Tomas Rosicky's advanced age), and they shouldn't need to commit numbers forward to get some attacking done on the counter.
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