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Silva rescues Spain at Azteca
August 11th, 2010 6:03PM

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[INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLIES] David Silva's goal in the 90th minute gave 2010 World Cup champion Spain a 1-1 tie against Mexico at Mexico City's Azteca Stadium on Wednesday. Javier Hernandez had put the Tri ahead in the 12th minute.

Here are results of other key friendlies ...

Ukraine 1 Netherlands 1
Oleksandr Aliev scores for Euro '12 co-hosts two minutes after Jeremain Lens's goal for the Oranje.

Denmark 2 Germany 2
Dennis Rommedahl and Mads Junker score late goals to earn Danes a tie.

Ireland 0 Argentina 1
Angel Di Maria's early goal is the difference.

England 2 Hungary 1
Two Steven Gerrard goals in second half rescue England after Phil Jagielka's own goal.

Norway 2 France 1
Erik Huseklepp scores twice to defeat France, whose World Cup players were all suspended.



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