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[SCOREBOARD]On Saturday, France got late goals from subs Loic Remy and Yoann Gourcuffto beat Romania, 2-0, at the Stade de France. Croatia defeated Israel, 2-1, on the road. On Friday, Northern Ireland held Italy to a 0-0 tie in Belfast, Estonia upset Serbia, 3-1, in Belgrade. Former Saint University star Vedad Ibisevic scored to give Bosnia a 1-1 tie at Albania. Portugal finally got untracked with a 3-1 win over Denmark in Coach Paulo Bento's first game in charge.

Group A
Friday:
Kazakhstan 0 Belgium 2
Scorer: Marvin Ogunjimi 52, 70
Austria 3 Azerbaijan 0
Scorers: Sebastian Proedl 3, Marko Arnautovic 53, 90+2
Germany 3 Turkey 0
Scorers: Miroslav Klose 42, 87, Mesut Ozil 79
P TEAM W-T-L
9 Germany 3-0-0
6 Austria 2-0-0
6 Turkey 2-0-1
3 Belgium 1-0-2
0 Kazakhstan 0-0-3
0 Azerbaijan 0-0-2

Group B
Friday:
Armenia 3 Slovakia 1
Armenia: Yura Movsisyan 23, Gevorg Ghazaryan 48, Henrik Mkhitaryan 89; Slovakia: Vladimir Weiss 37
Andorra 0 Macedonia 2
Scorers: Ilcho Naumoski 42, Vance Sikov 60
Ireland 2 Russia 3
Scorers: Ireland: Robbie Keane 72pen, Shane Long 78; Russia: Alexander Kerzhakov 11, Alan Dzagoyev 29, Roman Shirokov 50
P TEAM W-T-L
6 Slovakia 2-0-1
6 Russia 2-0-1
6 Ireland 2-0-1
4 Armenia 1-1-1
4 Macedonia 1-1-1
0 Andorra 0-0-3

Group C
Friday:
Slovenia 5 Faroe Islands 1
Slovenia: Tim Matavz 25, 36, 65, Milivoje Novakovic 72pen, Zlatko Dedic 84; Faroe Islands: Christian Mouritsen 90+3
Serbia 1 Estonia 3
Serbia: Zdravko Kuzmanovic 60; Estonia: Tarmo Kink 63, Konstantin Vassiljev 73, Aleksandar Lukovic 90+1 own goal
Northern Ireland 0 Italy 0
P TEAM W-T-L
7 Italy 2-1-0
6 Estonia 2-0-1
4 Northern Ireland 1-1-0
4 Serbia 1-1-1
4 Slovenia 1-1-1
0 Faeroe Islands 0-0-4

Group D
Saturday:
France 2 Romania 0.
Scorers: Loic Remy 83, Yoann Gourcuff 90+3
Luxembourg 0 Belarus 0

Albania 1 Bosnia 1
Albania: Klodian Duro 45+2; Bosnia: Vedad Ibisevic 21
P TEAM W-T-L
6 France 2-0-1
5 Albania 1-2-0
5 Belarus 1-2-0
4 Bosnia 1-1-1
2 Romania 0-2-1
1 Luxembourg 0-1-2

Group E
Friday:
Hungary 8 San Marino 0
Scorers: Gergely Rudolf 11, 25, Adam Szalai 18, 27, 48, Vladimir Koman 60, Balazs Dzsudzsak 89, Zoltan Gera 90+4 pen.
Moldova 0 Netherlands 1
Scorer: Klaas-Jan Huntelaar 37
P TEAM W-T-L
9 Netherlands 3-0-0
6 Sweden 2-0-0
6 Hungary 2-0-1
3 Moldova 1-0-2
0 Finland 0-0-2
0 San Marino 0-0-3

Group F
Saturday:
Israel 1 Croatia 2
Scorers: Israel: Etay Shechter 81; Croatia: Niko Kranjcar 36 penalty, 41
Friday:
Georgia 1 Malta 0

Scorer: David Siradze 90
Greece 1 Latvia 0
Scorer: Vasilis Torosidis 58
P TEAM W-T-L
7 Croatia 2-1-0
5 Georgia 1-2-0
5 Greece 1-2-0
4 Israel 1-1-1
3 Latvia 1-0-2
0 Malta 0-0-3

Group G
Friday:
Wales 0 Bulgaria 1
Scorer: Ivelin Popov 48
Montenegro 1 Switzerland 0
Scorer: Mirko Vucinic 67
P TEAM W-T-L
9 Montenegro 3-0-0
6 England 2-0-0
3 Bulgaria 1-0-2
0 Wales 0-0-2
0 Switzerland 0-0-2

Group H
Friday:
Cyprus 1 Norway 2
Cyprus: Yiannis Okkas 58; Norway: John Arne Riise 2, John Carew 42
Portugal 3 Denmark 1
Portugal: Nani 29, 31, Cristiano Ronaldo 85; Denmark: own goal 79
P TEAM W-T-L
9 Norway 3-0-0
4 Portugal 1-1-1
3 Denmark 1-0-1
1 Cyprus 0-1-1
0 Iceland 0-0-2

Group I
Friday:
Spain 3 Lithuania 1
Spain: Fernando Llorente 47, 56, David Silva 79; Lithuania: Darvydas Sernas 54
Czech Republic 1 Scotland 0
Scorer: Roman Hubnik 69
P TEAM W-T-L
6 Spain 2-0-0
4 Scotland 1-1-1
4 Lithuania 1-1-1
3 Czech Republic 1-0-1
0 Liechtenstein 0-0-2



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