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Euro 2008 Qualifying Results
October 15th, 2007 7AM

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Group A
Azerbaijan 0 Portugal 2 (Bruno Alves 12, Hugo Almeida 45).
Armenia 0 Serbia 0
Poland 3 (Smolarek 55, 63, 65) Kazakhstan 1 (Biakov 19).
Belgium 0 Finland 0.
Standings: Poland 24 points; Portugal, Finland 20; Serbia 17; Belgium 12; Armenia 9; Kazakhstan 7; Azerbaijan 5.

Group B
Faeroe Islands 0 France 6 (Anelka 7, Henry 8, Benzema 49, 79, Rothen 64, Ben Arfa 90+3).
Scotland 3 (Miller 4, McCulloch 10, McFadden 68) Ukraine 1 (Shevchenko 24).
Italy 2 (Pirlo 43, Grosso 83) Georgia 0.
Standings: Scotland 24 points; Italy 23; France 22; Ukraine 13; Lithuania 10; Georgia 7; Faeroe Islands 0.

Group C
Hungary 2 (Feczesin 34, Tozser 77) Malta 0.
Moldova 1 (Frunza 17) Turkey 1 (Umit Karan 62).
Greece 3 (Charisteas 10, Gekas 57, Lyberopoulos 72) Bosnia 2 (Hrgovic 54, Ibisevic 90).
Standings: Greece 22 points; Turkey 18; Norway 17; Bosnia 13; Hungary 12; Moldova 6; Malta 5.

Group D
Slovakia 7 (Hamsik 25, Sestak 32, 57, Sapara 37, Skrtel 51, Holosko 54, Durica pen. 76) San Marino 0.
Cyprus 3 (Okkas 59, 68, Charalambides 79) Wales 1 (Collins 21).
Ireland 0 Germany 0.
Standings: Germany 23 points; Czech Rep. 20; Ireland 15; Slovakia, Cyprus 13; Wales 10; San Marino 0.

Group E
England 3 (Wright-Phillips 11, Rooney 32, own goal 33) Estonia 0.
Croatia 1 (Da Silva 52) Israel 0.
Standings: Croatia 26 points; England 23; Russia 18; Israel 17; Macedonia 8; Estonia 4; Andorra 0.

Group F
Iceland 2 (Gudjohnsen 3, 52) Latvia 4 (Klava 26, Laizans 30, Verpakovskis 36, 46).
Liechtenstein 0 Sweden 3 (Ljungberg 19, Wilhelmsson 29, Svensson 56).
Denmark 1 (Tomasson 88) Spain 3 (Tamudo 14, Sergio Ramos 40, Riera 89).
Standings: Sweden, Spain 22 points; Northern Ireland 16; Denmark 14; Latvia 9; Iceland 8; Liechtenstein 4.

Group G
Belarus 0 Luxembourg 1 (Leweck 90).
Romania 1 (Goian 72) Netherlands 0.
Slovenia 0 Albania 0.
Standings: Romania 23 points; Netherlands 20; Bulgaria 18; Slovenia 11; Albania 10; Belarus 7; Luxembourg 3.



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