Ragnar Klavan played a full 90 minutes for his native Estonia tonight, but was helpless to stop a superior Greek side emerging as comfortable 2-0 winners.
Klavan, who was a summer signing from Augsburg, was winning his 114th cap for his country.
The night started badly for the hosts as they fell a goal behind inside two minutes. Vassilis Torosidis was the scorer as he tucked away Petros Mandalos’ pass. (Soccerway)
The tie was effectively sealed with half an hour remaining when Konstantinos Stafylidis made it 2-0.
The result leaves Estonia down in fourth place in Group H after three games with only three points. They were garnered last time out as they easily swept past minnows Gibraltar in a 4-0 win, but they’ve now lost to both Greece and Bosnia and their chances of making it to the Russia World Cup in 2018 look increasingly bleak.
The top side will qualify automatically, with the eight best second-place sides going into the playoffs.