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Euro 2012 qualifying results
September 8th, 2010 12:24AM
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[SCOREBOARD] Russia suffered a shock defeat in its first Euro 2012 qualifier at home under Dick Advocaat, falling to Slovakia, 1-0. The other big losers on Tuesday were the Czech Republic, which also lost at home, 1-0, to Lithuania, and Portugal, whose problems continued when it dropped a 1-0 decision at Norway. For all Tuesday's results ...

Group A
Turkey 3 Belgium 2
Scorers: Turkey: Hamit Altintop 48, Semih Senturk 66, Arda Turan 78; Belgium: Daniel Van Buyten 28, 69
Germany 6 Azerbaijan 1
Germany: Heiko Westermann 28, Lukas Podolski 45+1, Miroslav Klose 45+2, 90+2, own goal 53, Holger Badstuber 86; Azerbaijan: Vagif Dzhavadov 57
Austria 2 Kazakhstan 0
Scorers: Roland Linz 90+1, Erwin Hoffer 90+2

Group B
Russia 0 Slovakia 1
Scorer: Miroslav Stoch 27
Macedonia 2 Armenia 2
Scorers: Macedonia: Mario Gjurovski 42, Ilco Naumoski pen. 90+6; Armenia: Yura Movsisyan 41, Edgar Manucharyan 90+1
Ireland 3 Andorra 1
Scorers: Ireland: Kevin Kilbane 14, Kevin Doyle 41, Robbie Keane 53; Andorra: Cristian Martinez 45

Group C
Italy 5 Faeroe Islands 0
Scorers: Alberto Gilardino 11, Daniele De Rossi 22, Antonio Cassano 27, Fabio Quagliarella 80, Andrea Pirlo 89
Serbia 1 Slovenia 1
Scorers: Serbia: Nikola Zigic 86; Slovenia: Milivoje Novakovic 63

Group D
Bosnia 0 France 2
Scorers: Karim Benzema 72, Florent Malouda 78
Albania 1 Luxembourg 0
Scorer: Hamdi Salihi 37

Group E
Netherlands 2 Finland 1
Scorers: Netherlands: Klaas-Jan Huntelaar 7, pen. 16; Finland: Mikael Forssell 18
Sweden 6 San Marino 0
Scorers: Zlatan Ibrahimovic 7, 77, own goals 12, 26, Andreas Granqvist 51, Marcus Berg 90+3
Hungary 2 Moldova 1
Scorers: Hungary: Gergely Rudolf 50, Vladimir Koman 66
Moldova: Alexandr Suvorov 79

Group F
Croatia 0 Greece 0
Malta 0 Latvia 2
Scorers: Kaspars Gorkss 42, Maris Verpakovskis 85
Georgia 0 Israel 0

Group G
Switzerland 1 England 3
Scorers: Switzerland: Xherdan Shaqiri 71; England: Wayne Rooney 10, Adam Johnson 69, Darren Bent 88
Bulgaria 0 Montenegro 1
Scorer: Elsad Zverotic 35

Group H
Denmark 1 Iceland 0
Scorer: Thomas Kahlenberg 90+1
Norway 1 Portugal 0
Scorer: Erik Huseklepp 21

Group I
Scotland 2 Liechtenstein 1
Scorers: Scotland: Kenny Miller 63, Stephen McManus 90+5; Liechtenstein: Mario Frick 46
Czech Republic 0 Lithuania 1
Scorer: Darvydas Sernas 26



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