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Euro 2012 qualifying results
September 3rd, 2010 9:27PM

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[SCOREBOARD] France, a 1-0 loser at home to Belarus, and Slovenia, which also fell 1-0 at home, were the only World Cup finalists to lose on the opening day of play in Euro 2012 qualifying. Portugal had to settle for a 4-4 tie with Cyprus. For all the results ...

Group A
Belgium 0 Germany 1
Scorer: Miroslav Klose 51
Kazakhstan 0 Turkey 3
Scorers: Arda Turan 24, Hamit Altintop 26, Nihat Kahveci 76

Group B
Andorra 0 Russia 2
Scorer: Pavel Pogrebnyak 14, 65 pen.
Armenia 0 Ireland 1
Scorer: Keith Fahey 76
Slovakia 1 Macedonia 0
Scorer: Filip Holosko 91+

Group C
Estonia 1 Italy 2
Estonia: Sergei Zenjov 31
Italy: Antonio Cassano 60, Leonardo Bonucci 63
Slovenia 0 Northern Ireland 1
Scorer: Corry Evans 70
Faeroe Islands 0 Serbia 3
Scorers: Danko Lazovic 13, Dejan Stankovic 18, Nikola Zigic 90+1

Group D
France 0 Belarus 1
Scorer: Sergei Kislyak 86
Luxembourg 0 Bosnia 3
Scorers: Senijad Ibricic 6, Miralem Pjanic 12, Edin Dzeko 16
Romania 1 Albania 1
Romania: Bogdan Stancu 80
Albania: Gjergj Muzaka 87

Group E
San Marino 0 Netherlands 5
Scorer: Dirk Kuyt 16 pen., Klaas-Jan Huntelaar 38, 48, 66, Ruud van Nistelrooy 90+1
Sweden 2 Hungary 0
Scorers: Pontus Wernbloom 51, 73
Moldova 2 Finland 0
Scorers: Alexander Suvorov 69, Anatolie Doros 74

Group F
Greece 1 Georgia 1
Greece: Nikos Spyropoulos 72
Georgia: Alexander Iashvili 3
Latvia 0 Croatia 3
Scorers: Mladen Petric 43, Ivica Olic 51, Darijo Srna 81

Group G
England 4 Bulgaria 0
Scorers: Jermain Defoe 3, 61, 86, Adam Johnson 83
Montenegro 1 Wales 0
Scorer: Mirko Vucinic 30

Group H
Portugal 4 Cyprus 4
Portugal: Hugo Almeida 8, Raul Meireles 29, Danny 50, Manuel Fernandes 60
Cyprus: Efstathios Aloneftis 3, Michalis Konstantinou 11, Yiannis Okkas 57, Andreas Avraam 88
Iceland 1 Norway 2
Iceland: Heidar Helguson 38
Norway: Brede Hangeland 59, Mohammed Abdellaoue 75

Group I
Lithuania 0 Scotland 0
Liechtenstein 0 Spain 4
Scorers: Fernando Torres 18, 54, David Villa 26, David Silva 62



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