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Uruguay completes South Africa 2010 field
November 19th, 2009 7AM

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[WORLD CUP 2010 QUALIFYING] Uruguay grabbed the final spot in the 2010 World Cup, tying Costa Rica 1-1 in the tense second leg of their playoffs to take the playoff 2-1 on aggregate. France, Algeria, Greece, Slovenia and Portugal also won their playoffs on Wednesday.

*Qualifies for World Cup.

*Algeria-Egypt 0-1. Goal: Antar Yahia 40.

Ukraine-*Greece 0-1. Goal: Dimitris Salpigidis 31.
(First Leg: 0-0).

*France-Ireland 1-1
. Goals: William Gallas 104; Robbie Keane 32.
(First Leg: France 1-0). 

Bosnia-Herzegovina-*Portugal 0-1. Goal: Raul Meireles 56.
(First Leg: Portugal 1-0).

*Slovenia-Russia 1-0. Goal: Zlakto Dedic 44.
(First Leg: Russia 2-1).

*Uruguay-Costa Rica 1-1. Goals: Sebastian Abreu 70; Walter Centeno 74
(First Leg: Uruguay 1-0).


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