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High-scoring Uzbekistan and Bahrain remain perfect
June 3rd, 2008 6:45AM
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[WORLD CUP 2010 QUALIFYING] Uzbekistan and Bahrain are the only teams unbeaten and untied after three games in the second round of World Cup 2010 qualifying in Asia. Uzbekistan went on the rampage and scored five goals in the first half en route to a 7-3 win. Bahrain won, 3-2, at Thailand. On the other hand, Iran's scoring troubles continued as it was held to a 0-0 tie by the United Arab Emirates -- its third straight tie. For all the Asian results and goal scorers ...

ASIA
Group 1
June 2
Qatar 0 China 0.
Standings: Australia 7 points; Qatar 4; China 3; Iraq 1.
Group 2
June 2
Thailand 2 (Sarayoot 25, Teeratep 45) Bahrain 3 (Isa 22, Latif 34, Mohamed Adnan 57).
Japan 3 (Nakazawa 10, Okubo 22, Nakamura 49) Oman 0.
Standings: Bahrain 9 points; Japan 6; Oman 3; Thailand 0.
Group 3
June 2
Turkmenistan 0 North Korea 0.
Standings: South Korea, North Korea 5 points; Jordan 4; Turkmenistan 1
Group 4
June 2
Saudi Arabia 4 (Al Kahtani 45, 90, Hawsani 65, Tukar 83) Lebanon 1 (El Ali 43).
Singapore 3 (Duric 16, Fahrudin pen. 31, Wilkinson 73) Uzbekistan 7 (Kapadze 10, Karpenko 22, Djeparov 34, 44, Denisov 42, Bragimov 62, Shatskikh 88).
Standings: Uzbekistan 9 points; Saudi Arabia 6; Singapore 3; Lebanon 0.
Group 5
June 2
Iran 0 UAE 0.
Syria 1 (Alhoussain 52) Kuwait 0.
Standings: UAE, Syria 5 points; Iran 3; Kuwait 1.

 



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