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Powers remain perfect
March 26th, 2011 12:19AM

TAGS:  european championship


[EURO 2012 QUALIFYING] Germany, the Netherlands and defending champion Spain remained perfect in European Championship qualifying with wins on Friday. England is now tied with Montenegro for first place in Group G with a 2-0 win at Wales. Italy took a six-point lead in Group C with a 1-0 win at Slovenia. For all the results ...

Group A
Germany 4 Kazakhstan 0
Scorers: Miroslav Klose 3, 88 Thomas Mueller 25, 43
Austria 0 Belgium 2
Scorer: Axel Witsel 6, 50

Group B
Armenia 0 Russia 0
Andorra 0 Slovakia 1
Scorer: Filip Sebo 21
Ireland 2 Macedonia 1
Scorers: Ireland: Aiden McGeady 2, Robbie Keane 21; Macedonia: Ivan Trichkovski 45

Group C
Serbia 2 Northern Ireland 1
Scorers: Serbia: Marko Pantelic 65, Zoran Tosic 74; Northern Ireland: Gareth McAuley 40
Slovenia 0 Italy 1
Scorer: Thiago Motta 73

Group D
Bosnia 2 Romania 1
Bosnia: Vedad Ibisevic 63, Edin Dzeko 83; Romania: Ciprian Marica 29
Albania 1 Belarus 0
Scorer: Hamdi Salihi 62
Luxembourg 0 France 2
Scorers: Philippe Mexes 28, Yoann Gourcuff 72

Group E
Hungary 0 Netherlands 4
Scorers: Rafael van der Vaart 8, Ibrahim Afellay 45, Dirk Kuyt 54, Robin van Persie 62

Group F
Georgia 1 Croatia 0
Scorer: Levan Kobiashvili 89
Israel 2 Latvia 1
Scorers: Israel: Elyaniv Barda 16, Beram Kayal 81; Latvia: Kaspars Gorkss 62
Malta 0 Greece 1
Scorer: Vassilis Torossidis 95+

Group G
Wales 0 England 2
Scorers: Frank Lampard 7 pen., Darren Bent 15
Bulgaria 0 Switzerland 0

Group H
Cyprus 0 Iceland 0
Norway 1 Denmark 1
Scorers: Norway: Erik Huseklepp 81; Denmark: Dennis Rommedahl 27

Group I
Spain 2 Czech Republic 1
Scorers: Spain: David Villa 69, 73 pen..; Czech Republic: Jaroslav Plasil 29

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