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Euro 2012 qualifying results
October 13th, 2010 12:41AM

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[SCOREBOARD] The Netherlands and Germany (with four wins) and Norway and Spain (with three) are the only unbeaten and untied teams after the second double fixture week in Euro 2012 qualifying. Perhaps the most impressive performance was the 4-1 Dutch victory over Sweden in which Klaas-Jan Huntelaar and Ibrahim Afellay both scored two goals but Dirk Kuyt suffered a serious ankle injury that could keep him sidelined until next year. For all the results ...

Group A
Azerbaijan 1 Turkey 0
Scorer: Rashad Sadygov 38
Kazakhstan 0 Germany 3
Scorers: Miroslav Klose 49, Mario Gomez 76, Lukas Podolski 85
Belgium 4 Austria 4
Scorers: Belgium: Jelle Vossen 11, Marouane Fellaini 47, Marvin Ogunjimi 87, Nicolas Lombaerts 90; Austria: Franz Schiemer 14, 62, Marko Arnautovic 29, Martin Harnik 90+3
P TEAM W-T-L
12 Germany 4-0-0
7 Austria 2-1-0
6 Turkey 2-0-2
4 Belgium 1-1-2
3 Azerbaijan 1-0-2
0 Kazakhstan 0-0-4

Group B
Armenia 4 Andorra 0
Scorers: Gevorg Chazaryan 4, Henrik Mkhitaryan 16, Yura Movsisyan 33, Marcos Pizzelli 52
Slovakia 1 Ireland 1
Scorers: Slovakia: Jan Durica 36; Ireland: Sean St. Ledger 16
Macedonia 0 Russia 1
Scorer: Alexander Kerzhakov 8
P TEAM W-T-L
9 Russia 3-0-1
7 Ireland 2-1-1
7 Armenia 2-1-1
7 Slovakia 2-1-1
4 Macedonia 1-1-2
0 Andorra 0-0-4

Group C
Faroe Islands 1 Northern Ireland 1
Scorers: Faroe Islands: Christian Lamhauge Holst 60; Northern Ireland: Kyle Lafferty 76
Estonia 0 Slovenia 1
Scorer: own goal 66
Italy vs. Serbia-abandoned
P TEAM W-T-L
7 Italy 2-1-0
7 Slovenia 2-1-1
6 Estonia 2-0-2
5 No. Ireland 1-2-0
4 Serbia 1-1-1
1 Faeroe Islands 0-1-4

Group D
Belarus 2 Albania 0
Scorers: Vitali Rodionov 10, Sergei Krivets 77
France 2 Luxembourg 0
Scorers: Karim Benzema 22, Yoann Gourcuff 76
P TEAM W-T-L
9 France 3-0-1
8 Belarus 2-2-0
5 Albania 1-2-1
4 Bosnia 1-1-1
2 Romania 0-2-1
1 Luxembourg 0-1-3

Group E
Finland 1 Hungary 2
Scorers: Finland: Mikael Forssell 86; Hungary: Adam Szalai 50, Balazs Dzsudzsak 90+5
Netherlands 4 Sweden 1
Scorers: Netherlands: Klaas-Jan Huntelaar 4, 55, Ibrahim Afellay 37, 59; Sweden: Andreas Granqvist 69
San Marino 0 Moldova 2
Scorers: Nicolae Josan 20, Anatolie Doros 86 pen.
P TEAM W-T-L
12 Netherlands 4-0-0
9 Hungary 3-0-1
6 Sweden 2-0-1
6 Moldova 2-0-2
0 Finland 0-0-3
0 San Marino 0-0-4

Group F
Latvia 1 Georgia 1
Scorers: Latvia: Aleksandrs Cauna 90+1; Georgia: David Siradze 74
Greece 2 Israel 1
Scorers: Greece: Dimitris Salpingidis 22, Georgios Karagounis 63 pen.; Israel: own goal 59
P TEAM W-T-L
8 Greece 2-2-0
7 Croatia 2-1-0
6 Georgia 1-3-0
4 Israel 1-1-2
4 Latvia 1-1-2
0 Malta 0-0-3

Group G
Switzerland 4 Wales 1
Scorers: Switzerland: Valentin Stocker 8, 89, Marco Streller 21, Gokhan Inler 82 pen.; Wales: Gareth Bale 13
England 0 Montenegro 0
P TEAM W-T-L
10 Montenegro 3-1-0
7 England 2-1-0
3 Switzerland 1-0-2
3 Bulgaria 1-0-2
0 Wales 0-0-3

Group H
Iceland 1 Portugal 3
Scorers: Iceland: Heidar Helguson 17; Portugal: Cristiano Ronaldo 3, Raul Meireles 27, Helder Postiga 72
Denmark 2 Cyprus 0
Scorers: Morten Rasmussen 48, Kasper Lorentzen 81
P TEAM W-T-L
9 Norway 3-0-0
7 Portugal 2-1-1
6 Denmark 2-0-1
1 Cyprus 0-1-2
0 Iceland 0-0-3

Group I
Liechtenstein 0 Czech Rep. 2
Scorers: Tomas Necid 12, Vaclav Kadlec 29
Scotland 2 Spain 3
Scorers: Scotland: Steven Naismith 58, own goal 66; Spain: David Villa 44 pen., Andres Iniesta 55, Fernando Llorente 79
P TEAM W-T-L
9 Spain 3-0-0
6 Czech Rep. 2-0-1
4 Scotland 1-1-2
4 Lithuania 1-1-1
0 Liechtenstein 0-0-3



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