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March 27th, 2008 6:45AM
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Late goals from strikers Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink and Klaas Jan Huntelaargave the Netherlands a 4-3 win over Euro '08 co-host Austria, which had led, 3-0, after 35 minutes. A David Villa goal in the 78th minute gave Spain a 1-0 win over world champion Italy. Greece, which beat Euro 2004 host Portugal twice en route to the title, again got the better of the Portuguese when it won, 2-1, thanks to a pair of goals by Georgos Karagounis. AC Milan teenager Alexandre Pato scored on his debut for Brazil in a 1-0 win over Sweden. For all Wednesday's results and goal scorers ...

INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLY RESULTS:
France 1 (Ribery pen. 32) England 0.
Spain 1 (Villa 78) Italy 0
Romania 3 (Marica 45, D. Niculae 60, M. Niculae 75) Russia 0.
Ukraine 2 (Shevchenko 54, Nazarenko 58) Serbia 0.
Bulgaria 2 (Lazarov 49, Guenchev 90) Finland 1 (Litmanen pen. 22).
Estonia 2 (own goal, Zahovaiko 90) Canada 0.
South Africa 3 (Moriri 31, McCarthy 47, Tshabalala 63) Paraguay 0.
Hungary 0 Slovenia 1 (Sisic 59).
Lithuania 1 (Klimavicius 38) Azerbaijan 0.
Belarus 2 (Kutuzov 35, Hleb 64) Turkey 2 (Tuncay Sanli 38, Tumer Metin 71).
Egypt 0 Argentina 2 (Aguero 66, Burdisso 85).
Bosnia 2 (Damjanovic 17, 20) Macedonia 2 (Maznov 41, 45).
Montenegro 3 (Bruzanovic 8, Boskovic 37, Djalovic 60) Norway 1 (Carew 72).
Israel 1 (Benayoun 30) Chile 0.
Luxembourg 0 Wales 2 (Eastwood 38, 48).
Portugal 1 (Nuno Gomes 75) Greece 2 (Karagounis 32, 59).
Switzerland 0 Germany 4 (Klose 23, Gomez, 61, 67, Podolski 89).
Brazil 1 (Pato 72) Sweden 0.
Northern Ireland 4 (Lafferty 25, 36, Healy 33, own goal 87) Georgia 1 (own goal 55).
Scotland 1 (Miller 30) Croatia 1 (Kranjcar 10).
Austria 3 (Ivanschitz 6, Prodl 18, 35) Netherlands 4 (Huntelaar 37, 86, Heitinga 67, Vennegoor of Hesselink 82).
Slovakia 1 (Mintal 87) Iceland 2 (Thorvaldsson 70, Gudjohnsen 82).
Denmark 1 (Bendtner 25) Czech Republic 1 (Koller 42).
Morocco 4 (Alloudi 14, Sektoui 34, El Zhar 85, Benjelloun 89) Belgium 1 (Witsel 50).
Ghana 1 (Essien 55) Mexico 2 (Salcido 77, Pardo pen. 86).
Andorra 0 Latvia 3 (Ivanovs 11, Perepletkins 24, Rimkus 41).
Malta 7 (Mifsud pen. 2, 17, pen. 21, 59, 69, Pace 35, Said 86) Liechtenstein 1 (Burgmeier 51).
Ivory Coast 0 Tunisia 2 (Chikhaoui 54, Zouaghi 79).
Armenia 1 (Manucharyan 68) Kazakhstan 0.
Algeria 1 (Ghiles pen. 90) Congo 1 (Mbokani 25).
Honduras 2 (Suazo 30, Thomas 63) Colombia 1 (Renteria 54).
Jamaica 2 (King 4, Marshall 40) Trin. & Tobago 2 (Telesford 75, Whitley 89).
Peru 3 (Rengifo 32, Zambrano 46, Hidalgo 56) Costa Rica 1 (Cordero pen. 35).
Ecuador 3 (Castillo 46, Ayovi 58, Tenorio pen. 61) Haiti 1 (Charles 5).
Venezuela 0 Bolivia 1 (own goal 80).


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