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November 11th, 2011 1:15AM
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[SCOREBOARD]As expected, Croatia, Ireland and the Czech Republic clinched berths at Euro 2012 with series victories in their qualifying playoffs. Portugal crushed Bosnia & Herzegovina, 6-2, in Lisbon to complete the 16-team field for next year's tournament in Poland and Ukraine. For all the action ...
 
SECOND LEG:
Nov. 15
Croatia 0 Turkey 0.
(Croatia wins 3-0 on aggregate.)
Montenegro 0 Czech Republic 1.
(Czech Republic wins 1-0 on aggregate.)
Scorer: Petr Jiracek 81.
Ireland 1 Estonia 1.
(Ireland wins 5-1 on aggregate.)
Scorers: Stephen Ward 31; Konstantin Vassilijev 57.
Portugal 6 Bosnia & Herzegovina 2.
Scorers: Cristiano Ronaldo 8, 53, Nani (pen.) 24, Helder Postiga 72, 82, Veloso 80; Misimovic (pen.) 41, Spahic 65.
(Portugal wins 6-2 on aggregate.)

FIRST LEG:
Nov. 11
Bosnia 0 Portugal 0.
Turkey 0 Croatia 3.
Scorers: Ivica Olic 2, Mario Mandzukic 32, Vedran Corluka 51.
Czech Republic 2 Montenegro 0
.
Scorers: Vaclav Pilar 63, Tomas Sivok 90+2.
Estonia 0 Ireland 4.
Scorers: Keith Andrews 13, Jon Walters 67, Robbie Keane 71, 88.



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