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Llorente spares Spain's blushes
May 29th, 2010 7:13PM

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[WORLD CUP COUNTDOWN] World Cup favorite Spain needed a goal from Fernando Llorente in the 90th minute to defeat Saudi Arabia, 3-2, in its first warmup.

The surprise of the day was New Zealand's 1-0 win over Serbia.

RESULTS:
Slovakia 1 Cameroon 1. Goals: Kopunek 5; Enoh 82.
New Zealand 1 Serbia 0. Goal: Smeltz 22.
Spain 3 Saudi Arabia 2. Goals: Villa 31, Xabi Alonso 59, Llorente 90; Hawsawi 17, Al-Sahlawi 74.
Hungary 0 Germany 3. Goals: Podolski pen. 5, Gomez 69, Cacau 73.



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