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U.S. collegian scores on Spain
August 15th, 2012 10:43PM

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[INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLIES] Providence College's Marc Cintron will remember it for the rest of his life, scoring on Spain, but the Euro 2012 champions hung on to beat Puerto Rico, 2-1, while runner-up Italy fell to England, 2-1, in a rematch of their Euro 2012 quarterfinal match. Brazil gained some measure of respect back after its loss to Mexico in the Olympic gold-medal match with a 3-0 win at Sweden. Argentina beat Germany, 3-1, in Frankfurt, while France and Russia both tied and the Netherlands lost under new coaches. For the international friendly results ...

Alexandre Pato, relegated to the role of being a late sub at the Olympics, came off the bench in Stockholm and scored two late goals to clinch the win over Sweden.

Santiago Cazorla and Cesc Fabregas put Spain ahead 2-0 at the half, but Cintron made the score respectable with a goal in the 65th minute.

Lionel Messi had a penalty saved but made up for it with Argentina's second goal in the win over 10-man Germany, which had goalkeeper Ron-Robert Zieler sent off.

England beat Italy thanks to Jermain Defoe’s late goal.

INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLIES:
Jamaica 2 El Salvador 0
Guatemala 3 Paraguay 3
Canada 2 Trinidad & Tobago 0
Puerto Rico 1 Spain 2
Costa Rica 0 Peru 1
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Russia 1 Ivory Coast 1
Armenia 1 Belarus 2
Azerbaijan 3 Bahrain 0
Sweden 0 Brazil 3
Norway 2 Greece 3
Ukraine 0 Czech Republic 0
Denmark 1 Slovakia 3
Croatia 2 Switzerland 4
Bulgaria 1 Cyprus 0
Montenegro 2 Latvia 0
Hungary 1 Israel 1
Austria 2 Turkey 0
Macedonia 1 Lithuania 0
Belgium 4 Netherlands 2
Estonia 1 Poland 0
Germany 1 Argentina 3
Northern Ireland 3 Finland 3
Serbia 0 Ireland 0
Slovenia 4 Romania 3
Wales 0 Bosnia 2
England 2 Italy 1
Scotland 3 Australia 1
France 0 Uruguay 0
Albania 0 Moldova 0
Luxembourg 1 Georgia 2
Iceland 2 Faroe Islands 0
Portugal 2 Panama 0
San Marino 2 Malta 3
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Ecuador 3 Chile 0
Bolivia 2 Guyana 0
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Niger 0 Nigeria 0
Tunisia 2 Iran 2
Morocco 1 Guinea 2
Burkina Faso 3 Togo 0
Angola 2 Mozambique 0
Botswana 3 Tanzania 3
Equatorial Guinea 1 Liberia 0
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Japan 1 Venezuela 1
South Korea 2 Zambia 1
China 1 Ghana 1
Oman 1 Egypt 1
Singapore 2 Hong Kong 0
Jordan 2 Uzbekistan 0



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