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International Friendly Results
August 21st, 2008 7AM

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International play resumed with Europe's top teams all in action in friendly action on Wednesday. Euro '08 champion Spain was playing its first game under Vicente Del Bosque, while Italy and Portugal both welcomed back former coaches. For all the results ...

Euro '08 champion Spain won its first match under Vicente Del Bosque, beating Denmark, 3-0, on the road on Wednesday. Marcello Lippi, who coached Italy to the 2006 World Cup title, was back at the helm of the Azzurri for the first time since his return as national team coach, but Italy needed two goals to come back and tie Austria, 2-2. Carlos Queiroz began his second spell as Portugal coach with a 5-0 win over the Faeroe Islands. David Beckham had an assist off a corner kick for England's first goal in its 2-2 tie with the Czech Republic. The English needed a stoppage-time goal from Joe Cole to salvage the tie.

INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLIES
Aug. 19
South Africa 2 Australia 2
Aug. 20
Japan 1 Uruguay 3
Norway 1 Ireland 1
Belarus 0 Argentina 0
Ukraine 1 Poland 0
Bosnia-Herz. 1 Bulgaria 2
Hungary 3 Montenegro 3
Paraguay 1 Saudi Arabia 1
Portugal 5 Faeroe Islands 0
Slovakia 0 Greece 2
Finland 2 Israel 0
Turkey 1 Chile 0
Denmark 0 Spain 3
Germany 2 Belgium 0
Italy 2 Austria 2
Slovenia 2 Croatia 3
Switzerland 4 Cyprus 1
Scotland 0 N. Ireland 0
England 2 Czech Republic 2
Sweden 2 France 3
Colombia 0 Ecuador 1
Russia 1 Netherlands 1
Albania 2 Liechtenstein 0
Estonia 2 Malta 1
Lithuania 3 Moldova 0
Romania 1 Latvia 0
Tunisia 1 Angola 1
Iceland 1 Azerbaijan 1
Colombia 0 Ecuador 1
Bolivia 1 Panama 0
Venezuela 4 Syria 1
Ivory Coast 2 Guinea 1
Morocco 3 Benin 1
Tanzania 1 Ghana 1

 



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