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World Cup 2010 Qualifying Results
September 11th, 2008 7AM

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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.

 

 



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