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World Cup 2010 Qualifying Results
November 19th, 2007 7AM
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Argentina, Paraguay and Colombia won South America qualifiers over the weekend. Singapore, Syria, Thailand and Turkmenistan clinched berths in Asia's group stage.Featuring MLS playersAndrew Boyens and Duncan Oughton in the starting lineup, New Zealand escaped from Vanuatu with a 2-1 win on a stoppage-time goal in Oceania qualifying.

RESULTS:
South America

Nov. 17
Argentina 3 (Aguero 41, Riquelme 57, 74) Bolivia 0.
Paraguay 5 (Valdez 9, Riveros 7, 88, R. Santa Cruz 51, Ayala 83) Ecuador 1 (Kaviedes 80).
Colombia 1 (Bustos 82) Venezuela 0.
Nov. 18

Uruguay 2 (Suarez 41, Abreu) Chile 2 (Salas 59, 70).
Peru 1 (Vargas 71) Brazil 1 (Kaka 40).
Standings: Argentine 9 points; Brazil, Paraguay 7; Colombia 5; Uruguay, Chile 4; Venezuela 3; Peru 2; Bolivia 1; Ecuador 0.

Asia
Second Round, Second Leg
Nov. 18
Tajikistan 1 Singapore 1
(Singapore wins 3-1 on aggregate.)
Syria 7 Indonesia 0
(Syria wins 11-1 on aggregate.)
Thailand 1 Yemen 0
(Thailand wins 2-1 on aggregate.)
Turkmenistan 3 Hong Kong 0
(Turkmenistan wins 3-0 on aggregate.)

Africa
First Qualifying Round, First Leg
Nov. 16
Djibouti 1 Somalia 0
Nov. 17
Guinea-Bissau 0 Sierra Leone 0
First Round, Second Leg
Nov. 17
Comoros 0 Madagascar 4
(Madagascar wins 10-2 on aggregate.)

Oceania
Nov. 17
Vanuatu 1 New Zealand 2
Fiji 3 New Caledonia 3
Standings: New Zealand 6 points; New Caledonia, Fiji 1; Vanuatu 0.





South America
Oct. 13

Peru 0 Paraguay 0.
Ecuador 0 Venezuela 1 (Rey 67).
Argentina 2 (Riquelme 27, 35) Chile 0.
Uruguay 5 (Suarez 4, Forlan 38, Abreu 48, Sanchez 68, Bueno 83) Bolivia 0.
Oct. 14
Colombia 0 Brazil 0.
Oct. 17
Brazil 5 (Vagner Love 19, Ronaldinho 73, Kaka 77, 85, Elano 83) Ecuador 0.
Chile 2 (Suazo 11, Fernandez 51) Peru 0.
Paraguay 1 (Valdez 15) Uruguay 0.
Bolivia 0 Colombia 0.
Oct. 16
Venezuela 0 Argentina 2 (G.Milito 16, Messi 43).
Nov. 17
Argentina 3 (Aguero 41, Riquelme 57, 74) Bolivia 0.
Paraguay 5 (Valdez 9, Riveros 7, 88, R. Santa Cruz 51, Ayala 83) Ecuador 1 (Kaviedes 80).
Colombia 1 (Bustos 82) Venezuela 0.
Nov. 18

Uruguay 2 (Suarez 41, Abreu) Chile 2 (Salas 59, 70).
Peru 1 (Vargas 71) Brazil 1 (Kaka 40).
Standings: Argentine 9 points; Brazil, Paraguay 7; Colombia 5; Uruguay, Chile 4; Venezuela 3; Peru 2; Bolivia 1; Ecuador 0.

Asia
First Round, First Leg
Oct. 8
Vietnam 0 UAE 1
Thailand 6 Macau 1
Bangladesh 1 Tajikistan 1
Palestine 0 Singapore 4
Syria 3 Afghanistan 0
Oman 2 Nepal 0
Lebanon 4 India 1
Yemen 3 Maldives 0
Oct. 11
Cambodia 0 Turkmenistan 1
Oct. 13
Uzbekistan 9 Chinese Taipei 0
Oct. 18
Kyrgyzstan 2 Jordan 0
Oct. 21
Bahrain 4 Malaysia 1
China 7 Myanmar 0
Sri Lanka 0 Qatar 1
East Timor 2 Hong Kong 3
Mongolia 1 North Korea 4
Oct. 22
Pakistan 0 Iraq 7
First Round, Second Leg
Oct. 26
Afghanistan 1 Syria 2
(Syria wins 5-1 on aggregate.)
Oct. 28
Tajikistan 5 Bangladesh 0
(Tajikistan wins 6-1 on aggregate.)
Iraq 0 Pakistan 0
(Iraq wins 7-0 on aggregate.)
Hong Kong 8 East Timor 1
(Hong Kong wins 11-3 on aggregate.)
Myanmar 0 China 4
(China wins 11-0 on aggregate.)
North Korea 5 Mongolia 1
(North Korea wins 9-1 on aggregate.)
Jordan 2 Kyrgyzstan 0
(Aggregate: 2-2; Jordan wins 6-5 on penalties.)
UAE 5 Vietnam 0
(UAE wins 6-0 on aggregate.)
Qatar 5 Sri Lanka 0
(Qatar wins 6-1 on aggregate.)
Malaysia 0 Bahrain 0
(Bahrain wins 4-1 on aggregate.)
India 2 Lebanon 2
(Lebanon wins 6-3 on aggregate.)
Singapore 3 Palestine 0
(Singapore wins 7-0 on aggregate.)
Nepal 0 Oman 2
(Oman wins 4-0 on aggregate.)
Maldives 2 Yemen 0
(Yemen wins 3-2 on aggregate.)
Chinese Taipei 0 Uzbekistan 2
(Uzbekistan wins 11-0 on aggregate.)
Turkmenistan 4 Cambodia 1
(Turkmenistan wins 5-1 on aggregate.)
Second Round, First Leg
Nov. 10
Yemen 1 Thailand 1
Singapore 2 Tajikistan 0
Indonesia 1 Syria 4
Hong Kong 0 Turkmenistan 0
Second Round, Second Leg
Nov. 18
Tajikistan 1 Singapore 1
(Singapore wins 3-1 on aggregate.)
Syria 7 Indonesia 0
(Syria wins 11-1 on aggregate.)
Thailand 1 Yemen 0
(Thailand wins 2-1 on aggregate.)
Turkmenistan 3 Hong Kong 0
(Turkmenistan wins 3-0 on aggregate.)

Africa
First Qualifying Round, First Leg
Oct. 14
Madagascar 6 Comoros 2
Nov. 16
Djibouti 1 Somalia 0
Nov. 17
Guinea-Bissau 0 Sierra Leone 0
First Round, Second Leg
Nov. 17
Comoros 0 Madagascar 4
(Madagascar wins 10-2 on aggregate.)

Oceania
Oct. 17
Fiji 0 New Zealand 2
Nov. 17
Vanuatu 1 New Zealand 2
Fiji 3 New Caledonia 3
Standings: New Zealand 6 points; New Caledonia, Fiji 1; Vanuatu 0.





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