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World Cup Finalists: Slovenia
November 29th, 2001 12AM
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WORLD CUP HISTORY Record
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U.S. RIVALRY No games. TEAM Simueunovic, Milinovic, Vugdalic, Galic, D.Novak, A.Ceh, Pavlin, Acomivic, Karic, Osterc, Rudonja. QUALIFYING Sept. 3 in Toftir Faeroe Islands 2 (Arge 87, O.Hansen 90) Slovenia 2 (Udovic 25, Osterc 85). 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). March 24 in Moscow Russia 1 (Khlestov 8) Slovenia 1 (Knavs 22). March 28 in Ljubljana Slovenia 1 (Zahovic 90) Yugoslavia 1 (Milosevic 32). June 2 in Ljubljana Slovenia 2 (Zahovic 35, pen. 65) Luxembourg 0. June 6 in Basel Switzerland 0 Slovenia 1 (Cinirogic 83). Sept. 1 in Ljubljana Slovenia 2 (Osterc 62, Acimovic pen. 90) Russia 1 (Titov 72). Sept. 5 in Belgrade Yugoslavia 1 (Djordjevic 51) Slovenia 1 (Milinovic 10). Oct. 6 in Ljubljana Slovenia 3 (Ceh 13, 31, Tiganj 82) Faeroe Islands 0.

EUROPE GROUP 1

STANDINGS
TEAMGPWTLGFGAP
*Russia1072118523
**Slovenia1055017920
Yugoslavia1054122819
Switzerland10424181214
Faeroe Islands102176237
Luxembourg1000104280
*Qualifies for Korea/Japan 2002. **Meets Romania in playoff. PLAYOFF Nov. 10 in Ljubljana Slovenia 2 (Acomovic 42, Osterc 70) Romania 1 (Niculae 26). Nov. 14 in Bucharest Romania 1 (Contra 65) Slovenia 1 (Rudonja 55). (Slovenia wins 3-2 on aggregate and qualifies for Korea//Japan 2002.)


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