Join Now  | 
Home About Contact Us Privacy & Security Advertise
Soccer America Daily Soccer World Daily Special Edition Around The Net Soccer Business Insider College Soccer Reporter Youth Soccer Reporter Soccer on TV Soccer America Classifieds Game Report
Paul Gardner: SoccerTalk Soccer America Confidential Youth Soccer Insider World Cup Watch
RSS Feeds Archives Manage Subscriptions Subscribe
Order Current Issue Subscribe Manage My Subscription Renew My Subscription Gift Subscription
My Account Join Now
Tournament Calendar Camps & Academies Soccer Glossary Classifieds
World Cup 2010 Qualifying Results
September 11th, 2008 7AM
Subscribe to Soccer America Daily

MOST READ

MOST COMMENTED

Only six European teams -- Greece, Spain, England, Ukraine, Lithuania and Italy -- won both games on the opening week of World Cup 2010 qualifying. For all the results and goal scorers in Europe, South America, Asia, Africa and Oceania ...

EUROPE
Group 1
Sweden 2 (Kallstrom 55, Holmen 64) Hungary 1 (Rudolf 90+3).
Portugal 2 (Nani 42, Deco pen. 86) Denmark 3 (Bendtner 83, Poulsen 89, Jensen 90+2).
Albania 3 (Bogdani 45, Duro 84, Dallku 90) Malta 0.
Standings: Albania, Denmark, Sweden 4 points; Portugal 3; Hungary 1; Malta 0.

Group 2
Moldova 1 (Picusciac 1) Israel 2 (Golan 40, Saban 45).
Latvia 0 Greece 2 (Gekas 17, 50).
Switzerland 1 (Nkufo 43) Luxembourg (Strasser 28, Leweck 86).
Standings: Greece 6 points; Israel 4; Latvia, Luxembourg 3; Switzerland 1; Moldova 0.

Group 3
San Marino 0 Poland 2 (Smolarek 35, Lewandowski 68).
Slovenia 2 (Novakovic 22, 82) Slovakia 1 (Jakubko 83).
Northern Ireland 0 Czech Republic 0.
Standings:
Poland, Slovenia 4 points; Slovakia 3; Czech Republic, Northern Ireland 1; San Marino 0.

Group 4
Russia 2 (Pavlyuchenko pen. 22, Pogrebnyak 81) Wales 1 (Ledley 67).
Azerbaijan 0 Liechtenstein 0.
Finland 3 (Johansson 33, Vayrynen 43, Sjolund 53) Germany 3 (Klose 38, 45, 83).
Standings: Germany 4 points; Russia, Wales 3; Finland, Azerbaijan, Liechtenstein 1.

Group 5
Turkey 1 (Emre pen. 74) Belgium 1 (Sonck 31).
Spain 4 (Capdevila 7, David Villa 16, 79, Senna 82) Armenia 0.
Bosnia 7 (Misimovic 25, pen. 30, 56, Muslimovic 58, Dzeko 60, 73, Ibricic 89) Estonia 0.
Standings: Spain 6 points; Turkey, Belgium 4; Bosnia-Herzegovina 3; Armenia, Estonia 0.

Group 6
Kazakhstan 1 (Ostapenko 65) Ukraine 3 (Nazarenko 45, 80, Shevchenko 52).
Andorra 1 (Pujol pen. 66) Belarus 3 (Verkhovtsov 36, Rodionov 78, Hleb 89).
Croatia 1 (Mandzukic 78) England 4 (Walcott 26, 59, 82, Rooney 63).
Standings: England, Ukraine 6; Belarus, Croatia, Kazakhstan 3; Andorra 0.

Group 7
Faeroe Isles 0 Romania 1 (Cocis 59).
Lithuania 2 (Danilevicius 52, 58) Austria 0.
France 2 (Henry 54, Anelka 64) Serbia 1 (Ivanovic 76).
Standings: Lithuania 6 points; Serbia, Austria, France, Romania 3; Faeroe Islands 0.

Group 8
Montenegro 0 Ireland 0.
Italy 2 (De Rossi 16, 89) Georgia 0.
Standings: Italy 6; Ireland 4; Montenegro 2; Bulgaria 1; Cyprus, Georgia 0.

Group 9
Macedonia 1 (Pandev pen. 78) Netherlands 2 (Heitinga 46, van der Vaart 60).
Iceland 1 (Gudjohnsen pen. 77) Scotland 2 (Broadfoot 18, Robson 59).
Standings: Netherlands, Macedonia, Scotland 3; Norway, Iceland 1.

SOUTH AMERICA
Sept. 10
Brazil 0 Bolivia 0.
Uruguay 0 Ecuador 0.
Chile 4 (Jara 26, Suazo 39, Fuentes 48, Fernandez 72) Colombia 0.
Peru 1 (Fano 84) Argentina 1 (Cambiasso 84).
Standings: Paraguay 17 points; Brazil, Chile, Argentina 13; Uruguay 12; Colombia 10; Ecuador 9; Venezuela, Peru 7; Bolivia 5.

ASIA
Group A
Sept. 10
Qatar 1 (Quintana 5) Bahrain 1 (Fatadi 67).
Uzbekistan 0 Australia 1 (Chipperfield 26).
Standings: Qatar 4 points; Japan, Australia 3; Bahrain 1; Uzbekistan 0.
Group B
Sept. 10
North Korea 1 (Hong Yong-Jo 63) South Korea 1 (Ki Sung-Yeung 68).
UAE 1 (Khater 23) Saudi Arabia 2 (Autef 68, Al Fraidi 73).
Standings: Saudi Arabia, North Korea 4 points; South Korea, Iran 1; UAE 0.

OCEANIA
Sept. 10
New Zealand 3 (Smeltz 50, 76, Christie 69) New Caledonia 0.
Vanuatu 2 (Sakama 57, Malas 90) Fiji 1 (Dunadamu 90).
Standings: New Zealand 15 points; New Caledonia 8; Fiji, Vaunatu 4.

AFRICA
Group 11
Sept. 10
Zambia 1 (Katongo 32) Togo 0
Standings: Zambia 7 points; Swaziland 4; Togo 3.

 

 



No comments yet.

Sign in to leave a comment. Don't have an account? Join Now




AUTHORS

ARCHIVES
FOLLOW SOCCERAMERICA

Recent Soccer America Daily
What They're Saying: Ryan Hollingshead    
"Originally when I hit the concrete I was like, 'I'm going to be out for years ...
MLS Moves: Jeffrey signs new deal with D.C. United    
After setting career highs for games played and starts in a season since leaving Germany for ...
U.S. Abroad: Gyau moves to German 3. Liga    
Joe Gyau became the third American to join German 3. Liga club Sonnenhof Grossaspach when he ...
U.S. Abroad: O'Reilly seeks 'global experience' at Arsenal    
Heather O'Reilly, arguably the most-decorated player in U.S. women's soccer history, will continue her career at ...
Seattle Sounders: Lodeiro tips buddy Luis Suarez for move    
When Nicolas Lodeiro was negotiating with the Seattle Sounders about moving to MLS during the Copa ...
U.S. Abroad: Yedlin's Newcastle advances in FA Cup    
DeAndre Yedlin started for Newcastle United, which beat Birmingham City, 3-1, to advance to the fourth ...
What They're Saying: Tim Howard    
"I'm an old man and I've seen a lot of things, and what it seemed like ...
LA Galaxy: Jones joins new U.S. mate Lletget in midfield    
The Galaxy midfield is not an easy group to crack, and by doing so with some ...
Video Pick: Bike beauty by Colombian defender    
Not bad for a central defender: Colombian international Jeison Murillo opened the scoring for Inter Milan ...
Red Bulls: BWP on McCarty's departure and successors    
Bradley Wright-Phillips says he was headed to MLS's Media Day in Manhattan Beach, California, when he ...
>> Soccer America Daily Archives