The United manager was pictured in the stands alongside Predrag Mijatovic, the former Real Madrid striker, as a brace for Fulham’s Aleksandar Mitrovic earned Serbia victory over their neighbours. The 23-year-old Serb was introduced as a second-half substitute and had a hand in Mitrovic’s second, dummying Andrija Zivkovic’s pass. The first meeting between Montenegro and Serbia as independent nations since they separated in 2006 was played amid tight security but in a friendly atmosphere with both sets of fans applauding each other’s national anthems. The Montenegrins upped the pace in the closing stages and their striker Fatos Beciraj forced a good save from Serbia keeper Marko Dmitrovic in the 72nd minute with a rasping low shot from 20 metres. Milinkovic-Savic allowed Zivkovic’s pass to run with a clever dummy, leaving Mitrovic with the simple task of beating Petkovic from three metres.
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