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Germany remains perfect
June 7th, 2011 10:31PM

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[EURO 2012 QUALIFYING] Germany made it seven wins in seven games Tuesday when it beat Azerbaijan 3-1 on the road thanks to goals by Mesut Ozil, Mario Gomez and Andre Schuerrle. Germany is one of three teams with perfect records along with 2010 World Cup finalists Spain, the defending European champion, and the Netherlands. For all the summaries and standings ...

Group A
Tuesday
Azerbaijan 1 Germany 3
Scorers: Azerbaijan: Murad Huseynov 89; Germany: Mesut Ozil 30, Mario Gomez 41, Andre Schuerrle 90+3
Friday
Kazakhstan 2 Azerbaijan 1
Scorers: Kazakhstan: Sergey Gridin 57, 68; Azerbaijan: Vugar Nadirov 63
Austria 1 Germany 2
Scorers: Austria: Arne Friedrich 50 own goal; Germany: Mario Gomez 44, 90
Belgium 1 Turkey 1
Scorers: Belgium: Marvin Ogunjimi 4; Turkey: Burak Yilmaz 22
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/1
21 Germany 7-0-0 22/3
11 Belgium 3-2-2 15/10
10 Turkey3-1-2 9/7
7 Austria 2-1-3 10/10
3 Azerbaijan 1-0-5 5/18
3 Kazakhstan 1-0-5 2/15

Group B
Saturday
Russia 3 Armenia 1
Scorers: Russia: Roman Pavlyuchenko 26, 59, 73pen; Armenia: Marcos Pizzelli 25
Slovakia 1 Andorra 0
Scorer: Miroslav Karhan 63
Macedonia 0 Ireland 2
Scorer: Robbie Keane 8, 37
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/1
13 Ireland 4-1-1 11/6
13 Russia 4-1-1 9/4
13 Slovakia 4-1-1 6/4
8 Armenia 2-2-2 10/7
4 Macedonia 1-1-4 5/8
0 Andorra 0-0-6 1/13

Group C
Tuesday
Faroe Islands 2 Estonia 0

Scorers: Frodi Benjaminsen 43pen, Arnbjorn Hansen 47
Friday
Faroe Islands 0 Slovenia 2

Scorers: Tim Matavz 29, Rogvi Baldvinsson own goal 47
Italy 3 Estonia 0
Scorers: Giuseppe Rossi 21, Antonio Cassano 39, Giampaolo Pazzini 68
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/1
16 Italy 5-1-0 14/1
11 Slovenia 3-2-2 9/4
8 Serbia 2-2-2 8/9
7 Estonia 2-1-4 7/11
6 Northern Ireland 1-3-1 5/5
4 Faroe Islands 1-1-5 5/18

Group D
Tuesday
Belarus 2 Luxembourg 0

Scorers: Sergei Kornilenko 48pen, Anton Putilo 73
Bosnia 2 Albania 0
Scorers: Haris Medunjanin 67, Darko Maletic 90+1
Friday
Romania 3 Bosnia 0

Scorers: Adrian Mutu 37, Ciprian Marica 41, 55
Belarus 1 France 1
Scorers: Belarus: Eric Abidal 20 own goal; France: Florent Malouda 22
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/1
13 France 4-1-1 9/2
12 Belarus 3-3-1 6/2
10 Bosnia 3-1-2 8/7
8 Romania 2-2-2 8/6
9 Albania 2-2-2 4/6
1 Luxembourg 0-1-6 1/13

Group E
Tuesday
Sweden 5 Finland 0

Scorers: Kim Kallstrom 12, Zlatan Ibrahimovic 31, 35, 53, Emir Bajrami 83
San Marino 0 Hungary 3
Scorer: Zoltan Liptak 40, Imre Szabics 49, Vladimir Koman 83
Friday
San Marino 0 Finland 1

Scorer: Mikael Forssell 41
Moldova 1 Sweden 4
Scorers: Moldova: Igor Bugaev 61; Sweden: Ola Toivonen 11, Johan Elmander 30, 58, Alexander Gerndt 88
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/1
18 Netherlands 6-0-0 21/5
15 Sweden 5-0-1 20/6
12 Hungary 4-0-3 18/11
6 Finland 2-0-4 11/11
6 Moldova 2-0-4 7/9
0 San Marino 0-0-7 0/233

Group F
Saturday
Greece 3 Malta 1

Scorers: Greece: Giannis Fetfatzidis 8, 64, Kyriakos Papadopoulos 26; Malta: Michael Mifsud 54
Latvia 1 Israel 2
Scorers: Latvia: Aleksanders Cauna 61pen; Israel: Yossi Benayoun 19, Tal Ben Haim 43pen
Friday
Croatia 2 Georgia 1

Scorers: Croatia: Mario Mandzukic 76, Nikola Kalinic 78; Georgia: Jaba Kankava 17
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/1
14 Greece 4-2-0 8/3
13 Croatia 4-1-1 10/3
13 Israel 4-1-2 10/7
9 Georgia 2-3-2 5/9
4 Latvia 1-1-4 5/9
0 Malta 0-0-6 2/13

Group G
Saturday
England 2 Switzerland 2

England: Frank Lampard 37pen, Ashley Young 51; Switzerland: Tranquillo Barnetta 32, 35
Montenegro 1 Bulgaria 1
Scorers: Montenegro: Radomir Djalovic 53; Bulgaria: Ivelin Popov 66
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/1
11 England 3-2-0 1/3
11 Montenegro 3-2-0 4/1
5 Switzerland 1-2-2 7/7
5 Bulgaria 1-2-2 2/6
0 Wales 0-0-4 1/8

Group H
Saturday
Portugal 1 Norway 0

Scorer: Helder Postiga 53
Iceland 0 Denmark 2
Scorers: Lasse Schone 60, Christian Eriksen 75
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/1
10 Portugal 3-1-1 11/7
10 Denmark 3-1-1 7/4
10 Norway 3-1-1 6/4
2 Cyprus 0-2-2 5/8
1 Iceland 0-1-4 2/8

Group I
Friday
Liechtenstein 2 Lithuania 0
Scorers: Philippe Erne 6, Michele Polverino 36
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/1
15 Spain 5-0-0 15/5
9 Czech Republic 3-0-2 6/3
4 Scotland 1-1-2 4/5
4 Lithuania 1-1-3 3/8
3 Liechtenstein 1-0-4 3/10



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