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Spain romps; Dutch get scare
May 30th, 2012 11:46PM
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TAGS:  european championship, netherlands, spain


[EURO 2012 WARM-UPS] Spain warmed up for the European Championship with its second win in four days, a 4-1 win over South Korea in Bern, Switzerland. Fernando Torres had the first goal for the Spaniards, who were playing without their Barcelona stars. The Netherlands received a scare when Wesley Sneijder went off with a leg injury in the second half of its 2-0 win over Slovakia in Rotterdam, but Coach Bert Van Marwijk later insisted his midfielder "will be fine." Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored the first goal and set up the second in Sweden's 3-2 win over Iceland. For all the action ...

May  30
Netherlands 2 Slovakia 0.
NED: own goal 7
NED: Rafael van der Vaart 75

Spain 4 South Korea 1.
SPA: Fernando Torres 12
SK: Kim Do Heon 44
SPA: Xavi Alonso (pen.) 51
SPA: Santi Cazorla 55
SPA: Alvaro Negredo 80

Sweden 3 Iceland 2.
SWE: Zlatan Ibrahimovic 2
SWE: Ola Toivonen 15
ICE: Christian Wilhelmsson 30
ICE: Kolbeinn Sigthorsson 77
SWE: Hallgrimur Jonasson 90

May 31     
Armenia vs. Greece
Germany vs. Israel
France vs. Serbia
June 1     
Czech Republic vs. Hungary
Austria vs. Ukraine
Italy vs. Russia 
June 2 
Denmark vs. Australia
Poland vs. Andorra
England vs. Belgium
Norway vs. Croatia
Netherlands vs. Northern Ireland
Portugal vs. Turkey
June 3
Spain vs. China
June 4       
Hungary vs. Ireland
June 5
Sweden vs. Serbia
Turkey vs. Ukraine
France vs. Estonia

Past Results:
May 29
Lithuania 0 Russia 0.

May 28     
Ukraine 4 Estonia 0.
UKR: Andriy Yarmolenko 9 
UKR:  Oleg Gusev (pen.) 34
UKR: Andriy Voronin 41
UKR: Artem Milevskiy 50

May 27
France 3 Iceland 2.
ICE: Birkir Bjarnason 29
ICE: Kolbeinn Sigthorsson 35
FRA: Mathieu Debuchy 52
FRA: Franck Ribery 85
FRA: Adil Rami 86
May 26      
Brazil 3 Denmark 1.
BRA: Hulk 8
BRA: own goal 13
BRA: Hulk 40
DEN: Nicklas Bendtner 71
Ireland 1 Bosnia 0.
IRE: Shane Long 78
Czech Republic 1 Israel 1.
CZE: Milan Baros (pen.) 17
ISR: Itay Shechter 45
Poland 1 Slovakia 0.
POL: Damien Perquis 30
Portugal 0 Macedonia 0.
Spain 2 Serbia 0.
SPA: Adrian 64 
SPA: Santi Cazorla (pen.) 75
Switzerland 5 Germany 3.

SWI: Eren Derdiyok 21
SWI: Eren Derdiyok 23
GER: Mats Julian Hummels 45
SWI: Eren Derdiyok 50
GER: Andre Schurrle 64
SWI: Stephan Lichtsteiner 67 
GER: Marco Reus 72
SWI: Admir Mehmedi 77
Netherlands 1 Bulgaria 2.
NED: Robin van Persie 45
BUL: Ivelin Popov (pen.) 48
BUL: Ilian Micanski 90
Greece 1 Slovenia 1.
GRE: Vasilis Torosidis 8
SLO: Jasmin Kurtic 87
Norway 0 England 1.
ENG: Ashley Young 9

May 25            
Croatia 3 Estonia 1.
CRO: Vedran Corluka 16
CRO: Nikola Kalinic 20
CRO: Ognjen Vukojevic 81
EST: Konstantin Vassiljev 83
Russia 1 Uruguay 1.
URU: Luis Suarez 48
RUS: Alexander Kerzhakov 49

May 22         
Poland 1 Latvia 0.
POL: Artur Sobiech 82
Bayern Munich 3 Netherlands 2
BM: Toni Kroos 17
NED: Klaas Jan Huntelaar 18
NED: Luciano Narsingh 20
BM: Nils Petersen 28
BM: Mario Gomez 87

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