Slovakia may have looked rather unconvincing in the first 20 minutes of their Euro qualifying match against Andorra, particularly considering the fact that their opposition have yet to pick up a point in the tournament, but after Filip Šebo scored the opening goal 21 minutes in, the visitors have dominated possession, rarely allowing the Andorrans to touch the ball.
Šebo's sixth international goal came from a free kick by Marek Hamšík. The Slovak captain sent the kick low through the Andorran defense. Róbert Vittek, in his first match back from injury, was waiting at the near post to send the ball across the face of goal, with Šebo needing just a tap to put the ball in the back of the net.
This is certainly better from the repre than what they showed in their last match, a friendly against Luxembourg, but by no means it is as good as the squad could be. Another goal and Slovakia could breathe more easily, that much closer to getting three points and moving even with Russia at the top of Group B.