Greece Held 0-0 by Armenia in Friendly Soccer Match

OFFENBACH, Germany (Combined Sources)–Armenia held Greece to a 0-0 draw Sunday in the defending champion’s final warm-up game ahead of the European Championship.
The Greeks dominated for large spells of the game but rarely posed a threat to Armenia goalkeeper Gevorg Kasparov.
Angelos Charisteas had a good chance in the 37th minute when Kasparov dropped the ball, but the Nurenberg striker failed to get a shot off before the ball rolled out of play.
Costas Katsouran’s tried to break the deadlock with a long-range shot in the 88th, but it was well saved by Kasparov.
Greece opens play at Euro 2008 against Sweden on June 10, before taking on Russia and Spain in Group D.
Greece beat Cyprus 2-0 and lost 3-2 against Hungary in its other two pre-tournament friendlies.


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