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World Cup 2010 Qualifying Results
June 23rd, 2008 7AM

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Reigning Asian champion Iraq was knocked out of World Cup 2010 qualifying when it fell to Qatar, 1-0, on the final day of the semifinal round of qualifying in the Asian zone. For all the African and Asian qualifying results ...

ASIA
Group 1

June 22
Iraq 0 Qatar 1 (Ali Bechir 77).
Australia 0 China 1 (Sun 12).
Standings: *Australia, *Qatar 10 points; Iraq 7; China 6.
Group 2
June 22
Oman 2 (Amad Ali 58 pen., 75) Thailand 1 (Sripan pen. 12).
Japan 1 (Uchida 90) Bahrain 0.
Standings: *Japan 13 points; *Bahrain 11; Oman 8; Thailand 1.
Group 3
June 22
Jordan 2 (Mahmoud 66, 67) Turkmenistan 0.
South Korea 0 North Korea 0.
Standings: *South Korea, North Korea 12; Jordan 7; Turkenistan 1.
Group 4
June 22
Saudi Arabia 4 (Autef 6, Al Hawsani 37, 88, Al Harthi 56) Uzbekistan 0.
Lebanon 1 (Khan 70) Singapore 2 (own goal 75, Wilkinson 75).
Standings: *Saudi Arabia, Uzbekistan 15 points; Singapore 6; Lebanon 0.
Group 5
June 22
Iran 2 (Nekounam 17, Rezaei 90) Kuwait 0.
UAE 1 (Matar 80) Syria 3 (Al-Houssain 34, 51, Al-Khatib 90)
Standings: *Iran 12 points; UAE, Syria 8; Kuwait 4.
*Qualified for final round of qualifying.

AFRICA
Group 1

June 21
Cameroon 2 (Eto'o 67, 89) Tanzania 1 (Mrwanda 78).
June 22
Cape Verde Islands 3 (Dady 45, 56, Marco Soares 77) Mauritius 1 (Sophie 67).
Standings: Cameroon 10 points; Cape Verde Islands 9; Tanzania 2; Mauritius 1.
Group 2
June 22
Zimbabwe 0 Kenya 0.
Guinea 4 (Feindouno 32, Bangoura 36, 54, 58) Namibia 0.
Standings: Kenya, Guinea 7 points; Zimbabwe 5; Namibia 3.
Group 3
June 22
Benin 2 (Ahoueya 45, own goal 55) Niger 0.
Standings: Benin 9 points; Angola, Uganda 6; Niger 0.
Group 4
June 21
Nigeria 2 (Yakubu 45, I.Uche 84) Equatorial Guinea 0.
South Africa 0 Sierra Leone 0.
Standings: Nigeria 12 points; South Africa, Sierra Leone 4; Equatorial Guinea 3.
Group 5
June 22
Ghana 2 (Tagoe 30, Montari 78) Gabon 0.
Standings: Ghana 9 points; Libya 6; Gabon 3; Lesotho 0.
Group 6
June 21
Senegal 3 (Sonko 8, Diouf 34, Camara 63) Liberia 1 (Krangar 90).
Standings: Senegal 8 points; Gambia 5; Algeria 3; Liberia 2.
Group 7
June 22
Ivory Coast 4 (Sanogo 16, Zokora 21, Cosse 46, 70) Botswana 0.
Mozambique 3 (Tico Tico 23, Carlitos 62, Domingues 63) Madagascar 0.
Standings: Ivory Coast 8 ponts; Botswana 5; Mozambique 4; Madagascar 3.
Group 8
June 21
Morocco 2 (Safri pen. 11, El Zhar 49) Rwanda 0.
June 22
Ethiopia 6 (Fikru pen. 41, 90, Nigusie 59, 67, Mesud 87, Adane 90) Mauritania 1 (Denna 46).
Standings: Rwanda, Morocco 9 points; Ethiopia 6; Mauritania 0.
Group 9
June 21
Tunisia 2 (Ben Saada pen. 30, Jomaa 44) Burundi 1 (Mbazumutuma 56).
Burkina Faso 4 (Kabore 25, Kere 30, Ouattara 64, Kone 89) Seychelles 1 (St. Ange 45).
Standings: Burkina Faso 12 points; Tunisia 9; Burundi 3; Seychelles 0.
Group 10
June 22
Mali 3 (Kanoute 25, Keita 60, 67) Sudan 0.
Congo 2 (Dico Minga 13, Ibara 67) Chad 0.
Standings: Mali 9 points; Congo 6; Chad, Sudan 3.
Group 11
June 21
Zambia 1 (Katongo pen. 85) Swaziland 0.
Standings: Swaziland, Zambia 4 points; Togo 3.
Group 12
June 22
Egypt 2 (Moteab 16, 51) Malawi 0.
Congo DR 5 (Nonda 10, 45, 51, Tshinyama Tiko 59, Mbokani 62 Djibouti 1 (Hirir 90).
Standings: Congo DR, Egypt 9 points; Malawi 6; Djibouti 0.


 



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