Join Now | 
HomeAboutContact UsPrivacy & SecurityAdvertise
Soccer America DailySpecial EditionAround The NetSoccer Business InsiderCollege Soccer ReporterYouth Soccer ReporterSoccer on TVSoccer America Classifieds
Paul Gardner: SoccerTalkSoccer America ConfidentialYouth Soccer InsiderWorld Cup Watch
RSS FeedsArchivesManage SubscriptionsSubscribe
Order Current IssueSubscribeManage My SubscriptionRenew My SubscriptionGift Subscription
My AccountJoin Now
Tournament CalendarCamps & AcademiesSoccer GlossaryClassifieds
World Cup 2002 Qualifying: Europe
October 29th, 2001 12AM

MOST READ

MOST COMMENTED

GROUP 1

FINAL STANDINGS
TEAM GP W T L GF GA P
*Russia 10 7 2 1 18 5 23
**Slovenia 10 5 5 0 17 9 20
Yugoslavia 10 5 4 1 22 8 19
Switzerland 10 4 2 4 18 12 14
Faeroe Islands 10 2 1 7 6 23 7
Luxembourg 10 0 0 10 4 28 0
*Qualifies for Korea/Japan 2002. **Meets Romania in playoff. RESULTS Sept. 2 in Zurich Switzerland 0 Russia 1 (Beschastnykh 74). Sept. 3 in Toftir Faeroe Islands 2 (Arge 87, O.Hansen 90) Slovenia 2 (Udovic 25, Osterc 85). Sept. 3 in Luxembourg City Luxembourg 0 Yugoslavia 2 (Milosevic 4, Jokanovic 26). Oct. 7 in Zurich Switzerland 5 (Zwyssig 26, Fournier 35, Tuerkyilmaz pen. 43, pen. 45, pen. 53) Faeroe Islands 1 (Petersen 4). Oct. 7 in Luxembourg Luxembourg 1 (Strasser 46) Slovenia 2 (Zahovic 39, Milinovic 41). Oct. 11 in Ljubljana Slovenia 2 (Siljak 44, Acimovic 78) Switzerland 2 (Turkyilmaz 20, 66). Oct. 11 in Moscow Russia 3 (Buznikin 19, Khokhlov 57, Titov 90) Luxembourg 0. March 24 in Belgrade Yugoslavia 1 (Mihajlovic 68) Switzerland 1 (Chapuisat 84). March 24 in Moscow Russia 1 (Khlestov 8) Slovenia 1 (Knavs 22). March 24 in Luxembourg Luxembourg 0 Faeroe Islands 2 (Jacobsen 75, Morkore 82). March 28 in Zurich Switzerland 5 (Frei 9, 31, 90, Lonfat 64, Chapuisat 72) Luxembourg 0. March 28 in Ljubljana Slovenia 1 (Zahovic 90) Yugoslavia 1 (Milosevic 32). March 28 in Moscow Russia 1 (Mostovoi 19) Faeroe Islands 0. April 25 in Belgrade Yugoslavia 0 Russia 1 (Beschastnykh 72). June 2 in Toftir Faeroe Islands 0 Switzerland 1 (Frei 80). June 2 in Moscow Russia 1 (Kovtun 25) Yugoslavia 1 (Mijatovic 32). June 2 in Ljubljana Slovenia 2 (Zahovic 35, pen. 65) Luxembourg 0. June 6 in Basel Switzerland 0 Slovenia 1 (Cinirogic 83). June 6 in Luxembourg City Luxembourg 1 (Schneider 48) Russia 2 (Alenichev 16, Semak 76). June 6 in Toftir Faeroe Islands 0 Yugoslavia 6 (D.Stankovic 20, 55, Kezman 29, 87, 90, Milosevic 68). Aug. 15 in Belgrade Yugoslavia 2 (Mihajlovic 23, Djukic 85) Faeroe Islands 0. Sept. 1 in Toftir Faeroe Islands 1 (J.K. Hansen pen. 85) Luxembourg 0. Sept. 1 in Ljubljana Slovenia 2 (Osterc 62, Acimovic pen. 90) Russia 1 (Titov 72). Sept. 1 in Basle Switzerland 1 (Yakin 24) Yugoslavia 2 (Milosevic 39, Krstajic 74). Sept. 5 in Torshavn Faeroe Islands 0 Russia 3 (Beschastnykh 19, 30, Shirko 88). Sept. 5 in Belgrade Yugoslavia 1 (Djordjevic 51) Slovenia 1 (Milinovic 10). Sept. 5 in Luxembourg City Luxembourg 0 Switzerland 3 (Frei 12, Turkyilmaz 58, 84). Oct. 6 in Moscow Russia 4 (Beschastnykh pen. 15, 18, 38, Titov 83) Switzerland 0. Oct. 6 in Ljubljana Slovenia 3 (Ceh 13, 31, Tiganj 82) Faeroe Islands 0. Oct. 6 in Belgrade Yugoslavia 6 (Jokanovic 19, Mijatovic 57, Kezman 61, 71, Milosevic 62, 68) Luxembourg 2 (Peters 38, Marcel 52).

GROUP 2

FINAL STANDINGS
TEAM GP W T L GF GA P
*Portugal 10 6 3 0 33 7 24
**Ireland 10 6 3 0 23 5 24
Netherlands 10 6 2 2 30 9 20
Estonia 10 2 2 6 10 26 8
Cyprus 10 2 2 6 13 31 8
Andorra 10 0 0 10 5 36 0
*Qualifies for Korea/Japan 2002. **Meets Asia No. 3 team in playoff. RESULTS Sept. 2 in Andorra La Vella Andorra 2 (Gonzalez 45, Lima 51) Cyprus 3 (Constantinou pen. 25, 90, Agathokleous 77). Sept. 2 in Amsterdam Netherlands 2 (Talan 71, Van Bronckhorst 84) Ireland 2 (Robbie Keane 21, McAteer 65). Sept. 3 in Tallinn Estonia 1 (Oper 84) Portugal 3 (Rui Costa 14, Figo 49, Sa Pinto 57). Oct. 7 in Andorra La Vella Andorra 1 (Ruiz penn. 90) Estonia 2 (Reim 54, Oper 65). Oct. 7 in Nicosia Cyprus 0 Netherlands 4 (Seedorf 69, 78, Overmars 81, Kliuvert 90). Oct. 7 in Lisbon Portugal 1 (Conceicao 57) Ireland 1 (Holland 72). Oct. 11 in Dublin Ireland 2 (Kinsella 25, Dunne 50) Estonia 0. Oct. 11 in Rotterdam Netherlands 0 Portugal 2 (Conceicao 11, Pauleta 44). Nov. 15 in Nicosia Cyprus 5 (Okkas 10, 18, Agathocleous 43, Christodoulou 73, Spoljaric pen. 90) Andorra 0. Feb. 28 in Funchal Portugal 3 (Figo 1, 48, Pauleta 36) Andorra 0. March 24 in Barcelona Andorra 0 Netherlands 5 (Kluivert 9, 36, Van Hooijdonk 60, 71, Van Bommel 85). March 24 in Nicosia Cyprus 0 Ireland 4 (Keane 33, 89, Harte pen. 43, Kelly 80). March 28 in Barcelona Andorra 0 Ireland 3 (Harte pen. 33, Kilbane 76, Holland 80). March 28 in Porto Portugal 2 (Pauleta 83, Figo pen. 90) Netherlands 2 (Hasselbaink pen. 17, Kluivert 47). March 28 in Limassol Cyprus 2 (Constantinou 47, Okkas 65) Estonia 2 (Kristal 75, Piiroja 77). April 25 in Eindhoven Netherlands 4 (Hasselbaink 29, Overmars 35, Kluivert 44, Van Nistelrooy 82) Cyprus 0. April 25 in Dublin Ireland 3 (Klbane 34, Kinsella 36, Breen 76) Andorra 1 (Lima 33). June 2 in Dublin Ireland 1 (Roy Keane 65) Portugal 1 (Figo 79). June 2 in Tallinn Estonia 2 (Oper 65, Zelinski 78) Netherlands 4 (Own goal 70, Van Nistelrooy 86, 89, Kluivert 90). June 6 in Tallinn Estonia 0 Ireland 2 (Dunne 8, Holland 39). June 6 in Lisbon Portugal 6 (Pauleta 36, 71, Barbosa 55, 59, Joao Pinto 76, 81) Cyprus 0. Aug. 15 in Tallinn Estonia 2 (Lemsalu 53, Novikov 90) Cyprus 2 (Constantinou pen. 39, 70). Sept. 1 in Dublin Ireland 1 (McAteer 68) Netherlands 0. Sept. 1 in Lleida Andorra 1 (Jonas 42) Portugal 7 (Nuno Gomes 36, 39, 44, 90, Pauleta 38, Rui Jorge 45, Sergio Conceicao 58). Sept. 5 in Larnaca Cyprus 1 (Constantinou 24) Portugal 3 (Nuno Gomes 47, Pauleta 65, Sergio Conceicao 71) Sept. 5 in Eindhoven Netherlands 5 (Zenden 15, Van Bommel 26, 39, Cocu 30, Van Nistelrooy 43) Estonia 0 Oct. 6 in Lisbon Portugal 5 (Joao Pinto 29, Nuno Gomes 49, 64, Pauleta 58, Figo 78) Estonia 0. Oct. 6 in Dublin Ireland 4 (Harte 3, Quinn 11, Connolly 63, Keane 67) Cyprus 0. Oct. 6 in Arnhem Netherlands 4 (Van Hooijdonk pen. 4, Seedorf 45, Van Nistelrooy 54, 90) Andorra 0.

GROUP 3

FINAL STANDINGS
TEAM GP W T L GF GA P
*Denmark 10 6 4 0 22 6 22
**Czech Rep. 10 6 2 2 20 8 20
Bulgaria 10 5 2 3 14 15 17
Iceland 10 4 1 5 14 20 13
No. Ireland 10 3 2 5 11 12 11
Malta 10 0 1 9 4 24 1
*Denmark qualifies for Korea/Japan 2002. **Meets Belgium in playoff. RESULTS Sept. 2 in Belfast Northern Ireland 1 (Gray 70) Malta 0. Sept. 2 in Sofia Bulgaria 0 Czech Rep. 1 (Poborsky pen. 73). Sept. 2 in Reykjavik Iceland 1 (Sverrisson 12) Denmark 2 (Tomasson 26, Bisgaard 49). Oct. 7 in Belfast No. Ireland 1 (Healy 38) Denmark 1 (Rommedahl 59). Oct. 7 in Teplice Czech Rep. 4 (Koller 17, 41, Nedved 44, 90) Iceland 0. Oct. 7 in Sofia Bulgaria 3 (Ivanov 39, 65, Todorov 90) Malta 0. Oct. 11 in Reykjavik Iceland 1 (T. Gudjonsson 89) No. Ireland 0. Oct. 11 in Valletta Malta 0 Czech Rep. 0. Oct. 11 in Copenhagen Denmark 1 (Sand 73) Bulgaria 1 (Berbatov 82). March 24 in Belfast No. Ireland 0 Czech Rep. 1 (Nedved 12). March 24 in Sofia Bulgaria 2 (Chomakov 36, Berbatov 78) Iceland 1 (Hreidarsson 24). March 24 in Valletta Malta 0 Denmark 5 (Sand 8, 63, 79, Heintze 51, Jensen 76). March 28 in Sofia Bulgaria 4 (Balakov pen. 7, Petrov 17, 78, Chomakov 72) No. Ireland 3 (Williams 15, Elliot 84, Healy pen. 90). March 28 in Prague Czech Rep. 0 Denmark 0. April 25 in Valletta Malta 1 (Mifsud 14) Iceland 4 (Gudmundsson 42, Sigurdsson 45, Gudjohnsen 83, Gudjonsson 90). June 2 in Belfast Northern Ireland 0 Bulgaria 1 (G.Ivanov 52). June 2 in Reykjavik Iceland 3 (T.Gudmundsson 7, Dadason 38, S. Gudjohnsen 68) Malta 0. June 2 in Copenhagen Denmark 2 (Sand 6, Tomasson 82) Czech Rep. 1 (Tyce 40). June 6 in Teplice Czech Republic 3 (Kuka 40, 88, Baros 90) Northern Ireland 1 (Mulryne 45). June 6 in Copenhagen Denmark 2 (Sand 43, 83) Malta 1 (Mallia 8). June 6 in Reykjavik Iceland 1 (Dadason 43) Bulgaria 1 (Berbatov 81). Sept. 1 in Copenhagen Denmark 1 (Rommedahl 3) Northern Ireland 1 (Mulryne 73). Sept. 1 in Reykjavik Iceland 3 (Sverrisson 45 77, Sigborsson 66) Czech Republic 1 (Jankolovski 88). Sept. 1 in Valletta Malta 0 Bulgaria 2 (Berbatov 60, 70). Sept. 5 in Teplice Czech Republic 3 (Jankulovski 20, Lokvenc 37, Baros 68) Malta 2 (Carabott pen. 22, Agius 55). Sept. 5 in Sofia Bulgaria 0 Denmark 2 (Tomasson 47, 90). Sept. 5 in Belfast Northern Ireland 3 (Healy 48, Hughes 58, McCartney 60) Iceland 0. Oct. 6 in Valletta Malta 0 No. Ireland 1 (Healy pen. 67). Oct. 6 in Prague Czech Republic 6 (Rosicky 5, 70, Nedved 16, 76, Baros 28, Lokvenc 68) Bulgaria 0. Oct. 6 in Copenhagen Denmark 6 (Rommedahl 13, Sand 15, 67, Gravesen 31, 35, Michaelsen 90) Iceland 0.

GROUP 4

FINAL STANDINGS
TEAM GP W T L GF GA P
*Sweden 10 8 2 0 20 3 26
**Turkey 10 6 3 1 18 8 21
Slovakia 10 5 2 3 16 9 17
Macedonia 10 1 4 5 11 18 7
Moldova 10 1 3 6 6 20 6
Azerbaijan 10 1 2 7 4 17 5
*Qualifies for Korea/Japan 2002. **Meets Austria in playoff. PAST RESULTS Sept. 2 in Baku Azerbaijan 0 Sweden 1 (Svensson 10). Sept. 2 in Istanbul Turkey 2 (Okan 45, Emre 70) Moldova 0. Sept. 3 in Bratislava Slovakia 2 (Own goal 3, Demo 74) Macedonia 0. Oct. 6 in Skopje Macedonia 3 (Hristov 35, 42, Bekiri 75) Azerbaijan 0. Oct. 7 in Gothenburg Sweden 1 (Larsson 68) Turkey 1 (Tayfur pen. 90). Oct. 7 in Chisinau Moldova 0 Slovakia 1 (S.Nemeth 79). Oct. 11 in Bratislava Slovakia 0 Sweden 0. Oct. 11 in Baku Azerbaijan 0 Turkey 1 (Hakan Sukur 72). Oct. 11 in Chisinau Moldova 0 Macedonia 0. March 24 in Gothenburg Sweden 1 (Svensson 43) Macedonia 0. March 24 in Istanbul Turkey 1 (Hakan Sukur pen. 53) Slovakia 1 (Tomaschek 68). March 24 in Baku Azerbaijan 0 Moldova 0. March 28 in Chisinau Moldova 0 Sweden 2 (Allback 89, 90). March 28 in Trnava Slovakia 3 (Nemeth 1, 10, Meszaros 57) Azerbaijan 1 (Vasilyev pen. 3). March 28 in Skopje Macedonia 1 (Micevski 20) Turkey 2 (Own goal 68, Davala 69). June 2 in Stockholm Sweden 2 (Allback 45, 51) Slovakia 0. June 2 in Skopje Macedonia 2 (Sakiri pen. 20, Krstev 65) Moldova 2 (Pogreban 10, Barburos 72). June 2 in Istanbul Turkey 3 (Tayfun 2, Okay 29, Hakan Sukur 33) Azerbaijan 0. June 6 in Bursa Turkey 3 (Alpay 43, 58, 70) Macedonia 3 (Sakiri 7, Serafimovski 20, Nikolovski 62). June 6 in Gothenburg Sweden 6 (Larsson pen. 38, 58, pen. 68, pen. 79, Alexandersson 74, D.Andersson 77) Moldova 0. June 6 in Baku Azerbaijan 2 (Vasilyev 26, Tagizade 55) Slovakia 0. Sept. 1 in Bratislava Slovakia 0 Turkey 1 (Hakan Sukur 34). Sept. 1 in Chisinau Moldova 2 (Clescenco 14, Covalciuc 85) Azerbaijan 0. Sept. 1 in Skopje Macedonia 1 (Nacevski 63) Sweden 2 (Larsson 28, P.Andersson 33). Sept. 5 in Baku Azerbaijan 1 (Ismailov 90) Macedonia 1 (Trajanov 12). Sept. 5 in Istanbul Turkey 1 (Hakan Sukur 51) Sweden 2 (Larsson 87, A.Andersson 90). Sept. 5 in Bratislava Slovakia 4 (P.Nemeth 54, S.Nemeth 59, Demo 64, 73) Moldova 2 (Clescenco 11, Rebeja 76). Oct. 6 in Chisinau Moldova 0 Turkey 3 (Emre Asik 8, Nihat Kahveci 79, Ilhan Mansiz 83). Oct. 7 in Stockholm Sweden 3 (Svensson 52, Larsson pen. 61, Ibrahimovic 69) Azerbaijan 0. Oct. 7 in Skopje Macedonia 0 Slovakia 5 (Reyter 27, Dzurik 57, Nemeth 72, Pinte 81, Oravec 90).

GROUP 5

FINAL STANDINGS
TEAM GP W T L GF GA P
*Poland 10 6 3 1 21 11 21
**Ukraine 10 4 5 1 13 8 17
Belarus 10 4 3 3 12 11 15
Norway 10 2 4 4 12 14 10
Wales 10 1 6 3 10 12 9
Armenia 10 0 5 5 7 19 5
*Qualifies for Korea/Japan 2002. **Meets Germany in playoff. RESULTS Sept. 2 in Minsk Belarus 2 (Khatskevich 39, Belkevich 56) Wales 1 (Speed 90). Sept. 2 in Oslo Norway 0 Armenia 0. Sept. 2 in Kiev Ukraine 1 (Shevchenko 13) Poland 3 (Olisadebe 3, 33, Kaluzny 57). Oct. 7 in Cardiff Wales 1 (Blake 60) Norway 1 (Helstad 80). Oct. 7 in Yerevan Armenia 2 (Petrosyan 17, 44) Ukraine 3 (Shevchenko 45, 59, Husin 55). Oct. 7 in Lodz Poland 3 (Kaluzny 24, 62, 73) Belarus 1 (Ryndyuk 37). Oct. 11 in Warsaw Poland 0 Wales 0. Oct. 11 in Minsk Belarus 2 (Khatskevich 23, Ryndyuk 34) Armenia 1 (Khodjoyan 50). Oct. 11 in Oslo Norway 0 Ukraine 1 (Shevchenko 49). March 24 in Kiev Ukraine 0 Belarus 0. March 24 in Oslo Norway 2 (Carew 58, Solskjaer 66) Poland 3 (Olisadebe 23, 29, Karwan 80). March 24 in Yerevan Armenia 2 (Mansion 32, Movsesyan 71) Wales 2 (Hartson 40, 49). March 28 in Minsk Belarus 2 (Khatskevich 19, Vasilyuk 90) Norway 1 (Solskjaer 68). March 28 in Warsaw Poland 4 (Michal Zewlakow pen. 15, Olisadebe 41, Marcin Zewlakow 81, Karwan 88) Armenia 0. March 28 in Cardiff Wales 1 (Hartson 11) Ukraine 1 (Shevchenko 52). June 2 in Cardiff Wales 1 (Blake 13) Poland 2 (Olisadebe 32, Kryszalowicz 72). June 2 in Yerevan Armenia 0 Belarus 0. June 2 in Kiev Ukraine 0 Norway 0. June 6 in Oslo Norway 1 (Carew 80) Belarus 1 (Belkevich 23). June 6 in Yerevan Armenia 1 (Artur Petrosyan 11) Poland 1 (Kaluzny 4). June 6 in Kiev Ukraine 1 (Zubov 44) Wales 1 (Pembridge 80). Sept. 1 in Chorzow Poland 3 (Kryszalowicz 45, Olisadebe 76, Zewlakow 87) Norway 0. Sept. 1 in Cardiff Wales 0 Armenia 0. Sept. 1 in Minsk Belarus 0 Ukraine 2 (Shevchenko 45, 56). Sept. 5 in Lviv Ukraine 3 (Shevchenko 12, Vorobei 87, 90) Armenia 0. Sept. 5 in Oslo Norway 3 (R.Johnsen 17, Carew 64, F.Johnsen 82) Wales 2 (Savage 10, Bellamy 28). Sept. 5 in Minsk Belarus 4 (Vasilyuk 8, 46, 52, 63) Poland 1 (Zewlakow 77). RESULTS Oct. 6 in Cardiff Wales 1 (Hartson 47) Belarus 0. Oct. 6 in Chorzow Poland 1 (Olisadebe 40) Ukraine 1 (Shevchenko 81). Oct. 6 in Yerevan Armenia 1 (Hovsepyan 72) Norway 4 (Borgersen 49, 80, Carew 70, 89).

GROUP 6

FINAL STANDINGS
TEAM GP W T L GF GA P
*Croatia 8 5 3 0 15 2 18
**Belgium 8 5 2 1 25 6 17
Scotland 8 4 3 1 12 6 15
Latvia 8 1 1 6 5 16 4
San Marino 8 0 1 7 3 30 1
*Qualifies for Korea/Japan 2002. **Meets Czech Rep. in playoff. RESULTS Sept. 2 in Riga Latvia 0 Scotland 1 (McCann 89). Sept. 2 in Brussels Belgium 0 Croatia 0. Oct. 7 in San Marino San Marino 0 Scotland 2 (Elliott 71, Hutchison 73). Oct. 7 in Riga Latvia 0 Belgium 4 (Wilmots 5, Peeters 13, Cavens 82, Verheyen 90). Oct. 11 in Zagreb Croatia 1 (Boksic 16) Scotland 1 (Gallacher 24). Nov. 15 in San Marino San Marino 0 Latvia 1 (Jelisejevs 9). Feb. 28 in Brussels Belgium 10 (Vanderhaeghe 10, 50, Mpenza 13, Goor 26, 60, Baseggio 64, Wilmots 72, Peeters 76, 84, 88) San Marino 1 (Selva 90). March 24 in Osijek Croatia 4 (Balaban 8, 43, 45, Vugrinec 89) Latvia 1 (Stolcers 60). March 24 in Glasgow Scotland 2 (Dodds 2, pen. 29) Belgium 2 (Wilmots 58, Van Buyten 90). March 28 in Glasgow Scotland 4 (Hendry 22, 32, Dodds 33, Cameron 64) San Marino 0. April 25 in Riga Latvia 1 (Pahars 1) San Marino 1 (Albani 59). June 2 in Brussels Belgium 3 (Wilmots 2, E.Mpenza 12, own goal 50) Latvia 1 (Pahars 52). June 2 in Varadzin Croatia 4 (Vlaovic 3, Balaban 29, Suker pen. 54, Vugrinec 61) San Marino 0. June 6 in Riga Latvia 0 Croatia 1 (Balaban 39). June 6 in Serravalle San Marino 1 (Selva 11) Belgium 4 (Wilmots 10, pen. 89, Verheyen 60, Sonck 68). Sept. 1 in Glasgow Scotland 0 Croatia 0. Sept. 5 in Serravalle San Marino 0 Croatia 4 (N.Kovac 39, Prosinecki pen. 49, 90, Soldo 77). Sept. 5 in Brussels Belgium 2 (Van Kerckhoven 27, Goor 90) Scotland 0. Oct. 6 in Zagreb Croatia 1 (Boksic 76) Belgium 0. Oct. 6 in Glasgow Scotland 2 (Freedman 43, Weir 53) Latvia 1 (Rubins 21).

GROUP 7

RESULTS Israel 1 (Gershon pen. 56) Austria 1 (Herzog 90). FINAL STANDINGS
TEAM GP W T L GF GA P
*Spain 8 6 2 0 21 4 20
**Austria 8 4 3 1 10 8 15
Israel 8 3 3 2 11 7 12
Bosnia 8 2 2 4 12 12 8
Liechtenstein 8 0 0 8 0 23 0
*Qualifies for Korea/Japan 2002. **Meets Turkey in playoff. PAST RESULTS Sept. 2 in Sarajevo Bosnia 1 (Baljic 41) Spain 2 (Gerard 39, J.Etxeberria 72). Sept. 3 in Tel Aviv Israel 2 (Mizrahi 1, Balili 79) Liechtenstein 0. Oct. 7 in Vaduz Liechtenstein 0 Austria 1 (Floegel 20). Oct. 7 in Madrid Spain 2 (Gerard 22, Hierro 53) Israel 0. Oct. 11 in Vienna Austria 1 (Baur 21) Spain 1 (Baraja 27). Oct. 11 in Tel Aviv Israel 3 (Berkovic 12, Abuksis 62, Katan 76) Bosnia 1 (Akrapovic 48). March 24 in Sarajevo Bosnia 1 (Barbarez 43) Austria 1 (Baur 61). March 24 in Alicante Spain 5 (Helguera 20, Mendieta 36, 81, Hierro pen. 54, Raul 68) Liechtenstein 0. March 28 in Vienna Austria 2 (Baur 9, Herzog pen. 41) Israel 1 (Own goal 6). March 28 in Vaduz Liechtenstein 0 Bosnia 3 (Barbarez 10, 72, Hota 89). April 25 in Innsbruck Austria 2 (Glieder 43, Floegel 75) Liechtenstein 0. June 2 in Vaduz Liechtenstein 0 Israel 3 (Revivo 2, Tal 6, Nimi 17). June 2 in Oviedo Spain 4 (Hierro 26, Javi Moreno 76, Raul 89, Diego Tristan 90) Bosnia 1 (Beslija 41). June 6 in Tel Aviv Israel 1 (Revivo 4) Spain 1 (Raul 63). Sept. 1 in Sarajevo Bosnia 0 Israel 0. Sept. 1 in Valencia Spain 4 (Diego Tristan 45, Morientes 80, 84, Mendieta 90) Austria 0. Sept. 5 in Vienna Austria 2 (Herzog 38, 86) Bosnia 0. Sept. 5 in Vaduz Liechtenstein 0 Spain 2 (Raul 18, Nadal 82). Sept. 7 in Zenica Bosnia 5 (Konjic 34, Baljic pen. 45, pen. 80, Sabic 70, Dodik 83) Liechtenstein 0.

GROUP 8

RESULTS FINAL STANDINGS
TEAM GP W T L GF GA P
*Italy 8 6 2 0 16 3 20
**Romania 8 5 1 2 10 7 16
Georgia 8 3 1 4 12 12 10
Hungary 8 2 2 4 14 13 8
Lithuania 8 0 2 6 3 20 2
*Qualifies for Korea/Japan 2002. **Meets Slovenia in pkayoff. RESULTS Sept. 3 in Bucharest Romania 1 (Ganea 89) Lithuania 0. Sept. 3 in Budapest Hungary 2 (Horvath 29, 78) Italy 2. (Inzaghi 26, 35). Oct. 7 in Vilnius Lithuania 0 Georgia 4 (Ketsbaia 18, 33, Kinkladze 46, Arveladze 84). Oct. 7 in Milan Italy 3 (Inzaghi 13, Delvecchio 17, Totti 42) Romania 0. Oct. 11 in Kaunas Lithuania 1 (Buitkus 71) Hungary 6 (Illes 24, M.Feher 36, 62, 72, Horvath 66, Lisztes pen. 84). Oct. 11 in Ancona Italy 2 (Del Piero pen. 47, pen. 88) Georgia 0. March 24 in Budapest Hungary 1 (Sebok pen. 70) Lithuania 1 (Razanauskas 74). March 24 in Bucharest Romania 0 Italy 2 (Inzaghi 28, 32). March 28 in Tbilisi Georgia 0 Romania 2 (Munteanu 68, Contra 81). March 28 in Trieste Italy 4 (Inzaghi 17, 63, Del Piero 49, 79) Lithuania 0. June 2 in Tbilisi Georgia 1 (Gakhokidze 80) Italy 2 (Delvecchio 45, Totti 66). June 2 in Bucharest Romania 2 (Miculae 3, 53) Hungary 0. June 6 in Kaunas Lithuania 1 (Fomenko 87) Romania 2 (Ilie 31, Moldovan 49). June 6 in Budapest Hungary 4 (Matyus 40, Sebok pen. 45, Korsos 55, 62) Georgia 1 (Kobiasvili 77). Sept. 1 in Tbilisi Georgia 3 (S.Arveladze 35, Jamarauli 53, Iashvili 64) Hungary 1. Sept. 1 in Kaunas Lithuania 0 Italy 0. Sept. 5 in Tbilisi Georgia 2 (Iashvili 81, 83) Lithuania 0. Sept. 5 in Budapest Hungary 0 Romania 2 (Ilie 11, Niculae 27). Oct. 6 in Parma Italy 1 (Del Piero 45) Hungary 0. Oct. 6 in Bucharest Romania 1 (Popescu 88) Georgia 1 (Iasvili 54).

GROUP 9

FINAL STANDINGS
TEAM GP W T L GF GA P
*England 8 5 2 1 16 6 17
**Germany 8 5 2 1 14 10 17
Finland 8 3 3 2 12 7 12
Greece 8 2 1 5 7 17 7
Albania 8 1 0 7 5 14 3
*Qualifies for Korea/Japan 2002. **Meets Ukraine in playoff. RESULTS Sept. 2 in Helsinki Finland 2 (Litmanen 45, Riihilahti 67) Albania 1 (Murati 63). Sept. 2 in Hamburg Germany 2 (Deisler 17, own goal 75) Greece 0. Oct. 7 in London England 0 Germany 1 (Hamann 14). Oct. 7 in Athens Greece 1 (Liberopoulos 59) Finland 0. Oct. 11 in Helsinki Finland 0 England 0. Oct. 11 in Tirana Albania 2 (Bushi 50, Fakaj 90) Greece 0. . March 24 in Liverpool England 2 (Owen 43, Beckham 50) Finland 1 (Rihilahti 26). March 24 in Leverkusen Germany 2 (Deisler 50, Klose 88) Albania 1 (Kola 65). March 28 in Tirana Albania 1 (Rraklli 90) England 3 (Owen 74, Scholes 85, Cole 90). March 28 in Athens Greece 2 (Haristeas 20, Georgiadis 44) Germany 4 (Rehmer 6, Ballack pen. 25, Klose 81, Bode 89). June 2 in Helsinki Finland 2 (Forssel 28, 43) Germany 2 (Ballack pen. 69, Jancker 72). June 2 in Heraklion Greece 1 (Machlas 72) Albania 0. June 6 in Tirana Albania 0 Germany 2 (Rehmer 28, Ballack 68). June 6 in Athens Greece 0 England 2 (Scholes 64, Beckham 87). Sept. 1 in Munich Germany 1 (Jancker 6) England 5 (Owen 12, 49, 66, Gerrard 45, Heskey 74). Sept. 1 in Tirana Albania 0 Finland 2 (Tainio 57, Kuqi 90). Sept. 5 in Newcastle England 2 (Owen 44, Fowler 88) Albania 0. Sept. 5 in Helsinki Finland 5 (Forssell 13 44, Riihilahti 21, Kolkka 38, Litmanen 53) Greece 1 (Karagounis 30). Sept. 6 in Gelsenkirchen Germany 0 Finland 0. Sept. 6 in Manchester England 2 (Sheringham 68, Beckham 90) Greece 2 (Charisteas 36, Nikolaidis 69).


No comments yet.

Sign in to leave a comment. Don't have an account? Join Now




AUTHORS

ARCHIVES
FOLLOW SOCCERAMERICA

Recent Soccer America Site
Caribbean combine returns next year    
More than two dozen players from the Caribbean played in MLS this season, and teams looking ...
Saint Louis picked to repeat    
[ATLANTIC-10: Men] Defending champion Saint Louis has been picked to repeat in the Atlantic-10's preseason poll ...
UEFA Champions League viewing schedule    
[TELEVISION GUIDE] The UEFA Champions League moves into Matchday 4 with a special kickoff time of ...
Young Arsenal star suffers horrendous injury    
[ENGLAND] Arsenal teenager Aaron Ramsey, considered the greatest Welsh talent to come along since Ryan Giggs, ...
HIGHLIGHT & MAGAZINE SHOWS: A Sampling    
None
GAMES: Live and same-day delay on national TV    
None
MLS WEEKEND WRAPUP: Twellman strikes again; L.A. wins 'Clasico'    
None
CHAMPIONS: Goal difference gives PSV Dutch title    
None
FABIEN BARTHEZ: French great bolts after assault    
None
MLS PREVIEW: Monday Night 'Rocky Mountain Cup'    
None
>> Soccer America Site Archives