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World Cup: Second-Round game summaries (June 30)
June 30th, 1998 12AM



June 30 in Bordeaux Croatia 1 Romania 0. Goal: Suker (pen.) 45. Croatia -- Ladic, Stimac, Jarni, Bilic, Simic, Stanic (Tudor, 83), Jurcic, Asanovic, Boban, Vlaovic (Krpan, 77), Suker. Romania -- Stelea, Petrescu (Marinescu, 76), Cibotariu, Gheorge Popescu, Filipescu, Munteanu, Hagi (Craioveanu, 57), Galca, Gabriel Popescu (Niculescu, 61), Moldovan, Ilie. Yellow cards: Croatia -- Boban 27, Bilic 71; Romania -- Gheorge Popescu 44, Petrescu 70, Ilie 82. Referee: Javier Castrilli (Argentina). Att.: 36,500. June 30 in St. Etienne Argentina 2 England 2 (Argentina wins 4-3 on penalties). Goals: Batistuta (pen.) 6, Zanetti 45; Shearer (pen.) 10, Owen 16. Argentina -- Roa, Vivas, Ayala, Chamot, Zanetti, Almeyda, Veron, Ortega, Simeone (Berti, 92), Batistuta (Crespo, 69), Lopez (Gallardo, 69). England -- Seaman, Neville, Adams, Campbell, Anderton (Batty, 98), Beckham, Ince, Scholes (Merson, 79), Le Saux (Southgate, 71), Owen, Shearer. Penalty shootout: Argentina -- Berti (G), Crespo (saved), Veron (G), Gallardo (G), Ayala (G); England -- Shearer (G), Ince (saved), Merson (G), Owen (G), Batty (saved). Yellow cards: Argentina -- Veron 44, Simeone 47, Almeyda 74, Roa 120; England -- Seaman 5, Ince 10. Red card: England -- Beckham 47. Referee: Kim Nielsen (Denmark). Att.: 36,000.

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