While the important World Cup qualifying group game between Armenia and Turkey is set to take place Sept. 6, the two countries' junior football teams clashed Wednesday night. In the first high-profile football game between the two countries, the Turkish and Armenian under-21 teams played in Yerevan. In contrast to worries about possible tension, no troubles were experienced in the game, which was played in front of 12,000 Armenian fans, but for some minor protesting from the crowd when Turkey's national anthem was played before the game. In the end, the home team was happier, as Armenia beat Turkey 2-1 thanks to two late goals at Yerevan's Hrazdan Stadium.