The second ever UEFA Nations League kicked of its 2020/21 season on Thursday with Greece going up against Slovenia.

The teams were hosted on Slovenia’s home soil at the Stožice Sports Park in Ljubljana.

Greece dominated most of the match, but were not able to pull through with a goal.

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Greece’s Petros Mantalos in action Photo: AP Photo

The hosts could have taken a late on when Andraz Sporar fired wide when it looked easier to score.

Slovenian goalkeeper Jan Oblak saved his team from a multitude of Greek goals, namely one from Dimitris Siovas and two from Dimitris Limnios in the second half.

The match ended with a 0-0 draw.

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Greece head coach John van’t Schip, right, greets Greece’s Tasos Bakasetas Photo: AP Photo

Greece will be heading to Pristina to play Kosovo on Sunday or Monday 4:45 am AEST for Australian viewers.

The two teams are in League C of the competition, with hopes to make it to the top to be promoted into League B.

The Nations League has replaced the friendlies with competitive matches, allowing nations to play against equally-ranked teams.