TALLINN - Indrek Zelinksi snatched a last-minute goal to earn 9-man Estonia a 2-1 over Andorra in their bad-natured Euro 2008 qualifying match on Wednesday.
Both sides were looking for their first points of the qualifying campaign in Group E and their frustration showed in a match which produced two red cards and seven yellows.
Estonia opened the scoring in the 34th minute with a header from Raio Piiroja but their celebrations were short-lived when Ragnar Klavan was shown a red card just before halftime for holding a player on the ground.
Andorra took until the 87th minute to take advantage of their extra man, Fernando Silva heading in the equaliser.
Any notion of Andorra picking up a point was dismissed in the last minute of injury time when Zelinski tapped in a pass from substitute Tarmo Kink. Zelinski was then shown a red card for taking his shirt off in celebration.
Andorra remain bottom of the group, with Estonia one place above them. Croatia and Israel are level on points at the top of the group, which also features Russia, England and Macedonia.