Luka Milivojevic played the full 90 minutes on Friday evening as Serbia came from a goal behind to beat Georgia 3-1 to top the World Cup Group D qualifying table.
The home side dominated the opening forty five minutes and it was no surprise they were in front and but for a late penalty conceded would have gone in at the break ahead.
Nika Kacharava made the most of a bad defensive back pass to put Georgia ahead on six minutes but Dusan Tadic equalised courtesy of a penalty. Filip Kostic had been adjudged to have been fouled for the spot kick to be awarded and both sides went into the break on level terms.
In a poor opening period for Serbia Milivojevic set up a chance for Tadic, just past the half hour mark, but the midfielder put the chance over the bar.
but he didn’t trouble the goalkeeper as his effort was wide of the target.positionThe second half was a different story though as the visitors took control of the contest. On 53 minutes Milivojevic found Tadic in a good
Just past the hour markAleksandar Mitrovic put the visitors ahead and the crowd in the Boris Paichadze Arena soon saw the points confirmed as Mijat Gacinovic scored his first goal at international level to complete the comeback.
Milivojevic and his team mates after five games in this qualifying campaign went top of the group with eleven points to their name. So