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Spain, Italy and Germany win on road
October 12th, 2012 11:05PM

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[WORLD CUP 2014 QUALIFYING: Europe] Pedro scored his first ever hat trick to lead defending champion Spain to a 4-0 win at Belarus in World Cup 2014 qualifying. Other winners on the road included Belgium (3-0 at Serbia), Italy (3-1 at Armenia), Germany (6-1 at Ireland) and Romania (1-0 at Turkey). For all the results in Europe ...

Group A
Serbia 0 Belgium 3
Scorers: Benteke 34, de Bruyne 68, Mirallas 90+1.
Macedonia 1 Croatia 2
Scorers: Ibraimi 16; Corluka 33, Rakitic 61.
Wales 2 Scotland 1
Scorers: Bale 81 pen., 89; Morrison 27.

Group B
Czech Republic 3 Malta 1
Scorers: Gebre Selassie 34, Pekhart 52, Rezek 67; Briffa 38
Armenia 1 Italy 3.
Scorers: Mkhitaryan 28; Pirlo 11 pen., De Rossi 64, Osvaldo 82.
Bulgaria 1 Denmark 1.
Scorers: Rangelov 7; Bendtner 40.

Group C
Faroe Island 1 Sweden 2
Scorers: Baldvinsson 57; Kacaniklic 65, Ibrahimovic 75
Ireland 1 Germany 6
Scorers: Keogh 90+2; Reus 32, 40, Ozil 55 pen., Klose 58, Kroos 61, 83.
Kazakhstan 0 Austria 0.

Group D
Turkey 0 Romania 1.
Scorer: Gheorghe Grozav 45+1
Netherlands 3 Andorra 0
Scorers: van der Vaart 7, Huntelaar 15, Schaken 50
Estonia 0 Hungary 1.
Scorers: Tamas Hajnal 47

Group E
Albania 1 Iceland 2.
Scorers: Cani 29; Bjarnason 18, Sigurdsson 81
Slovenia 2 Cyprus 1.
Scorers: Matavz 38, 61; Aloneftis 83
Switzerland 1 Norway 1.
Scorers: Gavranovic 79; Hangeland 81

Group F
Russia 1 Portugal 0.
Scorer: Alexander Kerzhakov 6
Luxembourg 0 Israel 6.
Scorers: Radi 4, Ben Basat 12, Hemed 27, 73, 90+1, Melicsohn 60

Group G
Liechtenstein 0 Lithuania 2.
Scorer: Edgaras Cesnauskis 51, 75
Greece 0 Bosnia 0.
Slovakia 2 Latvia 1.
Scorers: Hamsik 5 pen., Sapara 9; Verpakovskis 84 pen.

Group H
Moldova 0 Ukraine 0.
England 5 San Marino 0.
Scorers: Rooney 35 pen., 70; Welbeck 37, 72; Oxlade-Chamberlain 77

Group I
Belarus 0 Spain 4.
Scorers: Jordi Alba 12, Pedro 21, 69, 72
Finland 1 Georgia 1.
Scorers: Hamalainen 63;  Kashia 56



1 comment
  1. Mark Kecko
    commented on: October 13, 2012 at 12:55 a.m.
    What happened to Belarus?


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