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February 7th, 2008 7AM

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England won its first game under new coach Fabio Capello with a 2-1 victory over Switzerland Wednesday at Wembley. In matches involving Euro '08 finalists, Italy was impressive in a 3-1 win over Portugal. A late goal gave Spain a 1-0 win over France. Germany and the Netherlands rolled to 3-0 wins at Austria and Croatia, respectively.

MLS players of the past (Honduran Amado Guevara), present (Toronto FC's Jamaican Tyrone Marshall and Welshman Carl Fletcher) and possibly the future (Costa Rica's Dominican-born Victor Nunez) found the mark.

Argentina's team of Olympic hopefuls drew 25,000 fans at the Los Angeles Coliseum for its 5-0 win over Guatemala.

RESULTS
Ireland 0 Brazil 1 (Robinho 67).
England 2 (Jenas 40, Wright-Phillips 62) Switzerland 1 (Derdiyok 58).
Spain 1 (Capdevila 80) France 0.
Italy 3 (Toni 45+1, Cannavaro 50, Quagliarella 79) Portugal 1 (Quaresma 77).
Croatia 0 Netherlands 3 (Heitinga 9, Huntelaar 37, Vennegoor of Hesselink 89).
Turkey 0 Sweden 0.
Austria 0 Germany 3 (Hitzlsperger 53, Klose 63, Gomez 80).
Cyprus 1 (Aloneftis 19 pen) Ukraine 1 (Milevsky 70).
Macedonia 1 (Novevski 58) Serbia 1 (Lazovic 43).
Slovakia 1 (Sestak 64) Hungary 1 (Gera 54).
Georgia 1 (Kaladze 46) Latvia 3 (Karlsons 6, Stepanovs 16, Astafjevs 34).
Israel 1 (Golan 25) Romania 0.
Greece 2 (Charisteas 67, Katsouranis 72) Finland 1 (Litmanen 66).
Poland 2 (Lobodzinski 6, Lewandowski 28) Czech Republic 0.
Northern Ireland 0 Bulgaria 1 (Petrov 37).
Wales 3 (Fletcher 15, Koumas 62, 89) Norway 0.
Georgia 1 (Kaladze 46) Latvia 3 (Karlsons 6, Stepanovs 16, Astafjevs 34).
Slovenia 1 (Novakovic 38) Denmark 2 (Tomasson 30, Bendtner 62).
Uruguay 2 (Cavani 78, Suarez 86) Colombia 2 (Perea 23, 73).
Argentina 5 (Higuain 14, 71, Lavezzi 71, Maidana 84, Ruben 88) Guatemala 0.
Honduras 2 (Guevara pen. 48, Costly 55) Paraguay 0.
Venezuela 1 (Morales 13) Haiti 1 (Rondon 30).
Bolivia 2 (Pedriel 65, Reyes 88) Peru 1 (Garcia 65).
Jamaica 1 (Marshall 90) Costa Rica 1 (Nunez 79).
Trinidad & Tobago 0 Guadeloupe 0.



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