1990 MATCHES

EUROPE (July - December).

01/07/1990, Milano (Italy), Stadio Giuseppe Meazza 'San Siro', 73347
World Cup
WEST GERMANY        1 (Lothar Matthäus 24' pen)
CZECHOSLOVAKIA      0
West Germany:       Bodo Illgner, Andreas Brehme, Jürgen Kohler, Klaus Augenthaler,
                    Guido Buchwald, Thomas Berthold, Uwe Bein (Andreas Möller 82'),
                    Lothar Matthäus [c], Pierre Littbarski, Karlheinz Riedle, 
                    Jürgen Klinsmann.
Czechoslovakia:     Jan Stejskal, Miroslav Kadlec, Ján Kocián, František Straka,
                    Ivan Hašek [c], Michal Bílek (Václav Němeček 67'), Jozef Chovanec,
                    Luboš Kubík (Stanislav Griga 79'), Ľubomír Moravčík, TomᚠSkuhravý,
                    Ivo Knoflíček.
Referee:            Helmut Kohl (Austria).
Coaches:            West Germany: Franz Beckenbauer.
                    Czechoslovakia: Jozef Vengloš.
Cards:              West Germany: Jürgen Klinsmann [Y 28'].
                    Czechoslovakia: Ľubomír Moravčík [Y 11' R 69'], Michal Bílek [Y 14'],
                                    František Straka [Y 38'], Ivo Knoflíček [Y 88'].

04/07/1990, Torino (Italy), Stadio Delle Alpi, 62628
World Cup
WEST GERMANY        1 (Andreas Brehme 59')
ENGLAND             1 (Gary Lineker 80')
West Germany won 4-3 on penalties.
West Germany:       Bodo Illgner, Klaus Augenthaler, Thomas Berthold, Jürgen Kohler, 
                    Guido Buchwald, Andreas Brehme, Thomas Häßler (Stefan Reuter 67'), 
                    Lothar Matthäus [c], Olaf Thon, Jürgen Klinsmann, Rudi Völler 
                    (Karlheinz Riedle 38'). 
England:            Peter Shilton [c], Stuart Pearce, Des Walker, Terry Butcher [c]
                    (Trevor Steven 70'), Paul Parker, Mark Wright, Chris Waddle, David Platt,
                    Paul Gascoigne, Peter Beardsley, Gary Lineker.
Referee:            José Ramiz Wright (Brazil).
Coaches:            West Germany: Franz Beckenbauer.
                    England: Bobby Robson.
Cards:              West Germany: Andreas Brehme [Y 109'].
                    England: Paul Parker [Y 66'], Paul Gascoigne [Y 99'].
Penalties:          0-1 Gary Lineker, 1-1 Andreas Brehme, 1-2 Peter Beardsley,
                    2-2 Lothar Matthäus, 2-3 David Platt, 3-3 Karlheinz Riedle,
                    3-3 Stuart Pearce (save), 4-3 Olaf Thon, 4-3 Chris Waddle (miss).

07/07/1990, Bari, Stadio San Nicola, 51426
World Cup
ITALY               2 (Roberto Baggio 70', Salvatore Schillaci 85' pen)
ENGLAND             1 (David Platt 80')
Italy:              Walter Zenga, Franco Baresi, Giuseppe Bergomi [c], Luigi De Agostini
                    (Nicola Berti 67'), Ciro Ferrara, Paolo Maldini, Pietro Vierchowod,
                    Carlo Ancelotti, Giuseppe Giannini (Riccardo Ferri 90'), Roberto Baggio,
                    Salvatore Schillaci.
England:            Peter Shilton [c], Trevor Steven, Des Walker, Paul Parker, Mark Wright
                    (Chris Waddle 71'), Tony Dorigo, Steve McMahon (Neil Webb 71'), 
                    David Platt, Gary M. Stevens, Peter Beardsley, Gary Lineker.
Referee:            Joël Quiniou (France).
Coaches:            Italy: Azeglio Vicini.
                    England: Bobby Robson.
Cards:              none.

08/08/1990, Tórshavn, Gundadalur, 5320
Friendly International
FAROE ISLANDS       2 (Kurt Mřrkřre 10', Jan Dam 63' pen)
ICELAND             3 (Anthony Gregory 44', 47', Arnór Guđjohnsen 80')
Faroe Islands:      Jens Martin Knudsen, Julian Hansen, Ib Mohr Olsen (Gunnar Mohr 46'),
                    Jóannes Jakobsen [c], Mikkjal Danielsen, Poul Enok Hansen, Kurt Mřrkřre,
                    Ábraham Lřkin Hansen (Jan Dam 46'), Torkil Nielsen, Kári Reynheim
                    (Poul F. Joensen 46'), Jens Erik Rasmussen.
Iceland:            Bjarni Sigurđsson (Birkir Kristinsson), Steingrímur Birgisson, 
                    Einar Páll Tómasson, Ormarr Örlygsson, Ţorgrímur Ţráinsson, 
                    Kristján Jónsson (Ţormóđur Egilsson), Rúnar Kristinsson, Pétur Ormslev [c],
                    Andri Marteinsson (Ađalsteinn Ađalsteinsson), Anthony Gregory 
                    (Atli Einarsson), Arnór Guđjohnsen (Tómas Ingi Tómasson).
Referee:            Peter Mikkelsen (Denmark).
Coaches:            Faroe Islands: Páll Guđlaugsson (Iceland).
                    Iceland: Bo Johansson (Sweden).

15/08/1990, Paris, Parc des Princes, 15919
Friendly International
FRANCE              0
POLAND              0
France:             Bruno Martini, Manuel Amoros [c] (Jean-Philippe Durand 76'), 
                    Franck Sauzée, Emmanuel Petit, Bernard Casoni, Bernard Pardo, 
                    Luis Fernandez (Basile Boli 46'), Jean-Marc Ferreri (Pascal Vahirua 59'), 
                    Christian Perez, Eric Cantona, Jean-Pierre Papin.
Poland:             Jarosław Bako (Józef Wandzik 46'), Piotr Czachowski, 
                    Zbigniew Kaczmarek [c], Dariusz Kubicki, Robert Warzycha, Waldemar Prusik
                    (Roman Szewczyk 44'), Ryszard Tarasiewicz, Krzysztof Warzycha
                    (Damian Łukasik 86'), Jacek Ziober, Dariusz Dziekanowski
                    (Janusz Nawrocki 77'), Jan Furtok.
Referee:            Neil Midgley (England).
Coaches:            France: Michel Platini.
                    Poland: Andrzej Strejlau.
Cards:              none.

21/08/1990, Wien, Praterstadion, 7100
Friendly International
AUSTRIA             1 (Andreas Ogris 28' pen)
SWITZERLAND         3 (Kubilay Türkyilmaz 57', 62', Adrian Knup 78')
Austria:            Klaus Lindenberger (Michael Konsel 46'), Bruno Pezzey (Peter Schöttel 41'),
                    Kurt Russ, Wolfgang Feiersinger, Anton Pfeffer, Christian Keglevits
                    (Michael Baur 46'), Andreas Reisinger, Alfred Hörtnagl, Andreas Ogris,
                    Peter Stöger (Andreas Herzog 46'), Ralph Hasenhüttl.
Switzerland:        Philipp Walker (Martin Brunner 46'), Alain Geiger (Blaise Piffaretti 46'),
                    Marc Hottiger, Dominique Herr, Marcel Koller, Christian Colombo
                    (Peter Schepull 46'), Alain Sutter (Adrian Knup 46'), Heinz Hermann [c],
                    Thomas Bickel, Kubilay Türkyilmaz (Herbert Baumann 87'),
                    Stéphane Chapuisat (Beat Sutter 76').
Referee:            Carlo Longhi (Italy).
Coaches:            Austria: Josef Hickersberger.
                    Switzerland: Uli Stielike (West Germany).

22/08/1990, Stavanger, Stavanger Stadion, 10065
Friendly International
NORWAY              1 (Per Egil Ahlsen 3' pen)
SWEDEN              2 (Leif Engqvist 40', Jens Fjellström 74')
Norway:             Erik Thorstvedt, Rune Bratseth [c], Jan Halvor Halvorsen, Erland Johnsen,
                    Gunnar Halle, Tom Gulbrandsen, Per Egil Ahlsen, Bent Skammelsrud
                    (Řrjan Berg 62'), Stig Inge Bjřrnebye (Pĺl Lydersen 46'),
                    Jřrn Andersen, Jan Ĺge Fjřrtoft (Jahn Ivar Jakobsen 75').
Sweden:             Thomas Ravelli, Roger Ljung, Magnus Erlingmark, Jan Eriksson, 
                    Leif Engqvist, Ulrik Jansson (Sula Vaattovaara 64'), Mats Gren,
                    Stefan Rehn, Jens Fjellström, Tomas Brolin (Hans Eklund 85'),
                    Kennet Andersson.
Referee:            Kim Milton Nielsen (Denmark).
Coaches:            Norway: Ingvar Stadheim.
                    Sweden: Nisse Andersson.

29/08/1990, Kuusankoski, 1822
Friendly International
FINLAND             1 (Petri Järvinen 40')
CZECHOSLOVAKIA      1 (Pavel Kuka 63')
Finland:            Olli Huttunen, Jari Europaeus, Ilkka Remes (Tommi Paavola 74'),
                    Erik Holmgren, Markku Kanerva, Ari Heikkinen, Petri Järvinen 
                    (Marko Myyry 52'), Jari Litmanen, Kimmo Tarkkio (Mika Lipponen 80'), 
                    Jari Rinne, Mika-Matti Paatelainen.
Czechoslovakia:     Jan Stejskal, Ivo Staš, Michal Hipp, Dušan Tittel, Ivan Hašek,
                    Michal Bílek, Viliam Hýravý (Jaroslav Šilhavý 83'), Jiří Němec
                    (Miloš Belák 53'), Karel Kula, Roman Sedláček (Pavel Kuka 46'), 
                    TomᚠSkuhravý.
Referee:            Peter Mikkelsen (Denmark).
Coaches:            Finland: Jukka Vakkila.
                    Czechoslovakia: Milan Máčala.

29/08/1990, Lisboa, Estádio da Luz, 20000
Friendly International
PORTUGAL            1 (Rui Águas 58')
WEST GERMANY        1 (Lothar Herbert Matthaus 15')
Portugal:           Silvino Louro, António Veloso, Joăo Galo (José Carlos 46'), Hernâni ?,
                    Pedro Venâncio, ?. Fonseca, Vítor Paneira, António André, José Semedo
                    (António Pacheco 80'), Rui Águas, Cadete.
West Germany:       Bodo Illgner, Thomas Berthold, Stefan Reuter, Jürgen Kohler, 
                    Guido Buchwald, Andreas Brehme, Uwe Bein (Knut Reinhardt 65'), 
                    Lothar Matthäus (Manfred Binz 53'), Andreas Möller,
                    Karlheinz Riedle, Rudi Völler (Jürgen Klinsmann 46').
Referee:            Rosario Lo Bello (Italy).
Coaches:            Portugal: Artur Jorge.
                    West Germany: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.

29/08/1990, Moskva, Lenin, 15000
Friendly International
USSR                1 (Alexei Mikhailichenko 71')
ROMANIA             2 (Marius Lăcătuş 13' pen, Ioan Lupescu 64')
USSR:               Mikhail Yeremin, Andrei Chernyshov, Vasili Kulkov, Oleg Kuznetsov
                    (Igor Shalimov 46'), Yevgeni Dolgov, Valery Broshin (Igor Kolyvanov 57'),
                    Vladimir Tatarchuk (Vadim Tischenko 76'), Andrei Kanchelskis,
                    Alexei Mikhailichenko, Oleg Protasov (Valeri Shmarov 46'), 
                    Igor Dobrovolski.
Romania:            Bogdan Stelea, Dan Petrescu, Michael Klein, Emil Săndoi, Mircea Rednic,
                    Iosif Rotariu, Marius Lăcătuş, Ilie Dumitrescu (Pavel Badea 82'),
                    Florin Răducioiu, Dorin Mateuţ, Ioan Lupescu.
Referee:            Michal Listkiewicz (Poland).
Coaches:            USSR: Anatoli Byshovets.
                    Romania: Gheorghe Constantin.
Cards:              USSR: Vadim Tischenko [Y].
                    Romania: Marius Lăcătuş [Y], Iosif Rotariu [Y].
Note:               Romanian sources report that Igor Shalimov played instead of 
                    Valeri Shmarov.

05/09/1990, Patra, National 'Ethiko', 5500
Friendly International
GREECE              1 (Vassilis Dimitriadis 48')
ALBANIA             0
Greece:             Theologis Papadopoulos (Georgios Plitsis 46'), Stratos Apostolakis, 
                    Georgios Papadopoulos (Pagonis Vakalopoulos 46'), Stelios Manolas,
                    Ioannis Kalitzakis (Nikos Kourbanas 46'), Jiotis Tsalouchidis 
                    (Daniil Papadopoulos 46'), Dimitris Saravakos [c], Spyros Maragkos, 
                    Stefanos Borbokis (Vassilis Dimitriadis 46'), Nikos Nioblias 
                    (Georgios Karageorgiou 27'), Nikos Tsiantakis (Georgios Agorogiannis 57').
Albania:            Sotir Shkurti, Genç Ibro, Lorenc Leskaj, Skënder Hodja, Rrapo Taho,
                    Eqerem Memushi, Alfred Ferko (Ermal Tahiri 22'), Hysen Zmijani,
                    Ledio Rano (Ardian Sukaj 42'), Sokol Kushta, Eduard Kaçaçi
                    (Adrian Barbullushi 60').
Referee:            Meletios Voutsaras (Greece). 
Coaches:            Greece: Antonis Georgiadis.
                    Albania: Agron Sulaj.

05/09/1990, Budapest, 1500
Friendly International
HUNGARY             4 (Kálmán Kovács 3', István Kozma 5', József Kiprich 8', 75' pen)
TURKEY              1 (Tanju Çolak 54') 
Hungary:            Zsolt Petry, Tamás Mónos, József Szalma (József Keller 46'), 
                    Zsolt Limperger, Zoltán Aczél, Imre Garaba, József Kiprich, István Kozma
                    (István Urbányi 66'), János Marozsán (Tamás Petres 60'), Zsolt Bücs
                    (Dénes Eszenyi 80'), Kálmán Kovács.
Turkey:             Engin İpekoğlu, Yusuf Altıntaş [c] (Savaş Demiral 60'), Gökhan Keskin,
                    Hasan Özdemir, Rıza Çalımbay, Hakan Tecimer (Mehmet Özdilek 46'),
                    Oğuz Çetin, Mustafa Yücedağ, Tugay Kerimoğlu, Metin Tekin,
                    Tanju Çolak.
Referee:            Michal Listkiewicz (Poland).
Coaches:            Hungary: Kálmán Mészöly.
                    Turkey: Josef 'Sepp' Piontek (West Germany).   
Notes:              Turkish goal also reported at 45'. Also, it is reported that Oğuz Çetin was
                    replaced by Ümit Kale at 68', but no player of the name is listed in
                    Turkish player lists.

05/09/1990, Västerĺs, Arosvallen, 9034
Friendly International
SWEDEN              0
DENMARK             1 (Bent Christensen II 85')
Sweden:             Lars Eriksson, Roland Nilsson (Hans Eklund 74'), Jean-Paul Vonderburg,
                    Stefan Schwarz, Glenn Hysén [c], Jan Eriksson, Jonas Thern, 
                    Kennet Andersson (Leif Engqvist 46'), Stefan Rehn, Ulrik Jansson,
                    Stefan Pettersson.
Denmark:            Peter Schmeichel, Henrik Risom (John Larsen 61'), Lars Olsen [c],
                    Marc Rieper, John Sivebćk, Jan Heintze, Kim Vilfort, Miklos Molnar
                    (Sřren Lyng 61'), Jesper Olsen, Jakob Friis-Hansen (Keld Bordinggaard 46'),
                    Bent Christensen II.
Referee:            Douglas Hope (Scotland). 
Coaches:            Sweden: Nisse Andersson.
                    Denmark: Richard Mřller Nielsen.

05/09/1990, Reykjavík, Laugardalsvöllur, 8388
European Championship Qualifying
ICELAND             1 (Atli Eđvaldsson 86')
FRANCE              2 (Jean-Pierre Papin 12', Eric Cantona 75')
Iceland:            Bjarni Sigurđsson, Ţorgrímur Ţráinsson, Atli Eđvaldsson [c],
                    Guđni Bergsson, Sćvar Jónsson, Sigurdur Gretarsson, Ţorvaldur Řrlygsson
                    (Ragnar Margeirsson 64'), Pétur Ormslev (Rúnar Kristinsson 64'), 
                    Ólafur Ţórđarson, Pétur Pétursson, Arnór Guđjohnsen.
France:             Bruno Martini, Manuel Amoros [c], Basile Boli, Franck Sauzée,
                    Bernard Casoni, Laurent Blanc (Jean-Philippe Durand 77'), Bernard Pardo,
                    Didier Deschamps, Jean-Pierre Papin, Christian Perez, Eric Cantona
                    (Luis Fernandez 84').
Referee:            David Syme (Scotland).
Coaches:            Iceland: Bo Johansson (Sweden).
                    France: Michel Platini.

11/09/1990, Křbenhavn, Parken, 8700
Friendly International
DENMARK             1 (Brian Laudrup 64')
WALES               0
Denmark:            Peter Schmeichel, John Sivebćk, Kent Nielsen, Lars Olsen [c], 
                    Henrik Andersen, John Larsen, Jan Bartram (Jesper Olsen 75'), Kim Vilfort,
                    Flemming Povlsen, Bent Christensen II (Jan Mřlby 46'), Brian Laudrup.
Wales:              Neville Southall, David Phillips, Paul Bodin, Mark Aizlewood, Eric Young,
                    Kevin Ratcliffe, Dean Saunders, Barry Horne, Ian Rush, Mark Hughes,
                    Gary Speed (Peter Nicholas 70').
Referee:            Esa Palsi (Sweden).
Coaches:            Denmark: Richard Mřller Nielsen.
                    Wales: Terry Yorath.

12/09/1990, Bruxelles, Stade Constant vanden Stock 'Parc Astrid', 10000
Friendly International
BELGIUM             0
EAST GERMANY        2 (Matthias Sammer 73', 90')
Belgium:            Michel Preud'homme, Lorenzo Staelens, Stéphane Demol (Philippe Albert 46'),
                    Pascal Plovie, Michel De Wolf, Geert Broeckaert, Enzo Scifo 
                    (Marc Degryse 46'), Franky Van der Elst, Bruno Versavel (Danny Boffin 68'),
                    Erwin Vandenbergh, Jan Ceulemans (Marc Wilmots 46').
East Germany:       Jens Schmidt (Jens Adler 90'), Heiko Peschke, Andreas Wagenhaus, 
                    Detlef Schößler, Jörg Schwanke, Jörg Stübner (Stefan Böger 25'),
                    Matthias Sammer, Heiko Bonan, Heiko Scholz (Torsten Kracht 85'),
                    Dariusz Wosz, Uwe Rösler.
Referee:            John Blankenstein (Netherlands).
Coaches:            Belgium: Guy Thys.
                    East Germany: Eduard Geyer.

12/09/1990, London, Wembley, 51459
Friendly International
ENGLAND             1 (Gary Lineker 44')
HUNGARY             0
England:            Chris Woods, Lee Dixon, Stuart Pearce (Tony Dorigo 46'), Des Walker,
                    Paul Parker, Mark Wright, Paul Gascoigne, David Platt, Steve Bull
                    (Chris Waddle 74'), Gary Lineker [c], John Barnes.                        
Hungary:            Zsolt Petry, Tamás Mónos (Tibor Simon 68'), József Duró, 
                    József Keller, Zsolt Limperger, Imre Garaba (Zoltán Aczél 71'),
                    István Kozma, Zsolt Bücs (Tibor Balog 80'), József Gregor, 
                    Balázs Bérczy, Kálmán Kovács.
Referee:            Erik Fredriksson (Sweden).
Coaches:            England: Graham Taylor.
                    Hungary: Kálmán Mészöly.
Note:               Another source reports that Antal Pruha played instead of Zsolt Bücs.

12/09/1990, Moskva, Lenin, 23000
European Championship Qualifying
USSR                2 (Andrei Kanchelskis 22', Oleg Kuznetsov 60')
NORWAY              0
USSR:               Aleksandr Uvarov, Andrei Chernyshov, Sergei Gorlukovich, Oleg Kuznetsov,
                    Vadim Tischenko (Vasili Kulkov 79'), Igor Shalimov, Alexei Mikhailichenko,
                    Andrei Kanchelskis, Ivan Getsko (Igor Kolyvanov 71'), Oleg Protasov,
                    Igor Dobrovolski.
Norway:             Erik Thorstvedt, Pĺl Lydersen, Tore Pedersen, Rune Bratseth,
                    Gunnar Halle, Řrjan Berg (Erik Pedersen 61'), Per Egil Ahlsen, 
                    Tom Gulbrandsen, Jahn Ivar Jakobsen, Jřrn Andersen, Jan Ĺge Fjřrtoft
                    (Tore André Dahlum 66').
Referee:            Hubert Forstinger (Austria).
Coaches:            USSR: Anatoli Byshovets.
                    Norway: Ingvar Stadheim.
Cards:              USSR: None.
                    Norway: Jřrn Andersen [Y].

12/09/1990, Genčve, Stade Charmilles, 12500
European Championship Qualifying
SWITZERLAND         2 (Marc Hottiger 19', Thomas Bickel 74')
BULGARIA            0
Switzerland:        Philippe Walker, Alain Geiger, Marc Hottiger, Dominique Herr,
                    Peter Schepull, Heinz Hermann, Marcel Koller, Thomas Bickel,
                    Alain Sutter (Blaise Piffaretti 87'), Adrian Knup (Stéphane Chapuisat 64'),
                    Kubilay Türkyilmaz.
Bulgaria:           Ilia Valov, Nikolai Iliev, Nasko Jelev, Dimitar Vasev (Kalin Bankov 59'),
                    Trifon Ivanov, Pavel Donchev, Georgi Yordanov, Kostadin Yanchev,
                    Emil Kostadinov, Hristo Stoichkov, Krassimir Balakov (Nikolai Todorov 65').
Referee:            Guy Goethals (Belgium).
Coaches:            Switzerland: Uli Stielike (West Germany).
                    Bulgaria: Ivan Vutsov.

12/09/1990, Glasgow, Hampden Park, 12081
European Championship Qualifying
SCOTLAND            2 (John Robertson 38', Ally McCoist 75')
ROMANIA             1 (Rodion Cămătaru 14')
Scotland:           Andy Goram, Stewart McKimmie, Maurice Malpas, Gary McAllister
                    (Pat Nevin 72'), Brian Irvine, Alex McLeish, John Robertson,
                    Paul McStay [c], Ally McCoist, Murdo Macleod, Robert Connor (Tom Boyd 59').
Romania:            Silviu Lung, Dan Petrescu, Michael Klein, Emil Săndoi, Iosif Rotariu,
                    Gheorghe Popescu, Marius Lăcătuş, Dorin Mateuţ (Ioan Sabău 70'), 
                    Rodion Cămătaru (Florin Răducioiu 62'), Gheorghe Hagi, Ioan Lupescu.
Referee:            Urizar Aspitarte (Spain).
Coaches:            Scotland: Andy Roxburgh.
                    Romania: Emeric Jenei.

12/09/1990, Belfast, Windsor Park, 9008
European Championship Qualifying
NORTHERN IRELAND    0
YUGOSLAVIA          2 (Darko Pančev 37', Robert Prosinečki 90')
Northern Ireland:   Paul Kee, Mal Donaghy, Nigel Worthington, Gerry Taggart, Alan McDonald,
                    Anton Rogan, Robbie Dennison (Colin Clarke 66'), Danny Wilson, Iain Dowie,
                    Kevin Wilson, Kingsley Black.
Yugoslavia:         Tomislav Ivković, Zoran Vulić, Predrag Spasić, Davor Jozić,
                    Faruk Hadžibegić, Ilija Najdoski, Robert Prosinečki, Dejan Savičević,
                    Darko Pančev (Željko Petrović 88'), Dragan Stojković (Vlada Stosić 89'), 
                    Dragisa Binić.
Referee:            Jaap Ullenberg (Netherlands).
Coaches:            Northern Ireland: Billy Bingham.
                    Yugoslavia: Ivica Osim.
Cards:              Northern Ireland: Iain Dowie [Y].
                    Yugoslavia: Tomislav Ivković [Y].

12/09/1990, Landskrona (Sweden), Idrottsparken, 1544
European Championship Qualifying
FAROE ISLANDS       1 (Torkil Nielsen 61')
AUSTRIA             0
Faroe Islands:      Jens Martin Knudsen, Jóannes Jakobsen, Tummas Eli Hansen,
                    Mikkjal Danielsen, Julian Hansen, Allan Mřrkřre, Jan Dam,
                    Torkil Nielsen, Ábraham Hansen, Kári Reynheim, Kurt Mřrkřre.
Austria:            Michael Konsel, Kurt Russ, Robert Pecl, Jürgen Hartmann, Michael Streiter,
                    Heinz Peischl, Manfred Linzmaier, Andreas Herzog (Peter Pacult 62'),
                    Gerhard Rodax, Anton Polster, Andreas Reisinger (Gerald Willfurth 62').
Referee:            Egil Nervik (Norway).
Coaches:            Faroe Islands: Páll Guđlaugsson (Iceland).
                    Austria: Josef Hickersberger.
Cards:              Faroe Islands: Allan Mřrkřre [Y], Kurt Mřrkřre [Y], Kári Reynheim [Y].
                    Austria: Michael Streiter [Y].
Note:               Attendance also reported as 1265.

12/09/1990, Helsinki, Olympiastadion, 10242
European Championship Qualifying
FINLAND             0
PORTUGAL            0
Finland:            Olli Huttunen, Jari Rinne, Erik Holmgren, Jari Europaeus, Ari Heikkinen,
                    Erkka Petäjä, Kimmo Tarkkio (Tommi Paavola 74'), Jari Litmanen, 
                    Petri Järvinen (Marko Myyry 84'), Ari Hjelm, Mika-Matti Paatelainen.
Portugal:           Silvino Louro, Joăo Domingos Silva Pinto, António Veloso, Jorge Ferreira,
                    Pedro Venâncio, ?. Fonseca (?. Pacheco 64'), Vítor Paneira, 
                    António André, Jaime Pacheco, Rui Barros, Rui Águas (Cadete 46').
Referee:            Jozef Marko (Czechoslovakia).
Coaches:            Finland: Jukka Vakkila.
                    Portugal: Artur Jorge.

26/09/1990, Palermo, Stadio Della Favorita, 35000
Friendly International
ITALY               1 (Roberto Baggio 45')
NETHERLANDS         0
Italy:              Walter Zenga (Stefano Tacconi 46'), Giuseppe Bergomi [c], Riccardo Ferri
                    (Pietro Vierchowod 21'), Franco Baresi, Paolo Maldini, Fernando De Napoli
                    (Massimo Crippa 46'), Roberto Donadoni (Roberto Mancini 55'),
                    Luigi De Agostini, Giancarlo Marocchi, Roberto Baggio, Salvatore Schillaci.
Netherlands:        Hans van Breukelen, Danny Blind, Stan Valckx, Ronald Koeman
                    (Graeme Rutjes 55'), Frank de Boer (Dennis Bergkamp 71'), Aron Winter,
                    Ruud Gullit [c], Jan Wouters (Henk Fräser 78'), Richard Witschge,
                    Hans Gillhaus (Gerald Vanenburg 55').
Referee:            Zoran Petrović (Yugoslavia).
Coaches:            Italy: Azeglio Vicini.
                    Netherlands: Rinus Michels.

26/09/1990, Bucureşti, Steaua, 4500
Friendly International
ROMANIA             2 (Ovidiu Lazăr 38', Iosif Rotariu 72')
POLAND              1 (Robert Warzycha 80')
Romania:            Bogdan Stelea, Dan Petrescu, Ioan Andonie, Ştefan Iovan, Michael Klein [c],
                    Ioan Sabău, Gheorghe Popescu (Mircea Rednic 63'), Dorin Mateuţ
                    (Ilie Dumitrescu 58'), Iosif Rotariu, Marcus Lăcătuş, 
                    Ovidiu Lazăr (Pavel Badea 75').
Poland:             Jarosław Bako (Józef Wandzik 46'), Dariusz Kubicki, Czesław Jakołcewicz
                    (Piotr Jegor 75'), Piotr Czachowski, Robert Warzycha, Ryszard Tarasiewicz,
                    Zbigniew Kaczmarek [c], Jacek Ziober, Jan Furtok (Kazimierz Moskal 84'),
                    Krzysztof Warzycha, Roman Kosecki.
Referee:            Róbert Matušík (Czechoslovakia).
Coaches:            Romania: Gheorghe Constantin.
                    Poland: Andrzej Strejlau.
Cards:              Romania: Marcus Lăcătuş [Y].
                    Poland: none.

26/09/1990, Stockholm, Rĺsunda, 6954
Friendly International
SWEDEN              2 (Dan Corneliusson 64', Kennet Andersson 73')
BULGARIA            0
Sweden:             Thomas Ravelli, Jan Eriksson, Peter Larsson, Roger Ljung, Ulrik Jansson
                    (Magnus Erlingmark 64'), Stefan Rehn, Mats Gren (Sulo Vaatovaara 70'),
                    Stefan Schwarz (Dan Corneliusson 46'), Joakim Nilsson, Kennet Andersson
                    (Patrik Andersson), Anders Limpar.       
Bulgaria:           Ilia Valov, Nasko Jelev, Pavel Dochev, Aleksandr Markov, Trifon Ivanov,
                    Kostadin Yanchev, Zlatko Yankov, Yordan Lechkov (Plamen Petkov 55'),
                    Nikolai Todorov (Georgi Dimitrov III 82'), Krassimir Balakov,
                    Boncho Genchev (Valeri Valkov 68').
Referee:            Jan Damgaard (Denmark).
Coaches:            Sweden: Nisse Andersson.
                    Bulgaria: Ivan Vutsov.

26/09/1990, Košice, Usesportovyareal, 30142
European Championship Qualifying
CZECHOSLOVAKIA      1 (Václav Daněk 43')
ICELAND             0
Czechoslovakia:     Jan Stejskal, Miroslav Kadlec, Ján Kocián, Michal Hipp, Michal Bílek
                    (Vladimír Weiss 67'), Ivan Hašek, Ľubomír Moravčík, Luboš Kubík,
                    Václav Daněk, TomᚠSkuhravý, Karel Kula.
Iceland:            Bjarni Sigurđsson, Ţorgrímur Ţráinsson, Atli Eđvaldsson [c], Sćvar Jónsson,
                    Rúnar Kristinsson (Kristján Jónsson 61'), Sigurđur Grétarsson, 
                    Ólafur Ţórđarson, Sigurđur Jónsson, Arnór Guđjohnsen, Ragnar Margeirsson
                    (Pétur Ormslev 76').
Referee:            Todor Kolev (Bulgaria).
Coaches:            Czechoslovakia: Milan Máčala.
                    Iceland: Bo Johansson (Sweden).

10/10/1990, Bergen, Brann, 6300
European Championship Qualifying
NORWAY              0
HUNGARY             0
Norway:             Erik Thorstvedt, Gunnar Halle, Tore Pedersen, Rune Bratseth,
                    Pĺl Lydersen, Erik Pedersen, Per Egil Ahlsen, Sverre Brandhaug,
                    Jahn Ivar Jakobsen (Jřrn Andersen 72'), Gřran Sřrloth, Jan Ĺge Fjřrtoft
                    (Tore André Dahlum 78')
Hungary:            Zsolt Petry, Tamás Mónos, Attila Pintér, József Szalma, Ervin Kovács,
                    Zsolt Limperger, József Kiprich (Imre Fodor 87'), István Kozma, 
                    György Bognár, Emil Lőrincz, Kálmán Kovács.
Referee:            John Spillane (Ireland).
Coaches:            Norway: Ingvar Stadheim.
                    Hungary: Kálmán Mészöly.

10/10/1990, Sevilla, Estadio Benito Villamarín, 18399
European Championship Qualifying
SPAIN               2 (Butragueńo 44', Carlos 64')
ICELAND             1 (Sigurđur Jónsson 65')
Spain:              Zubizarreta, Nando Muńoz, Serna, Rafa Paz (Beguiristáin 61'),
                    Manuel Sanchís Hontiyuelo, Fernando Gómez, Jon Andoni Goikoetxea, Míchel,
                    Butragueńo, Martín Vázquez, Carlos (Valverde 71').
Iceland:            Bjarni Sigurđsson, Ţorgrímur Ţráinsson, Atli Eđvaldsson [c],
                    Kristján Jónsson (Anthony Gregory 80'), Sigurđur Grétarsson,
                    Sćvar Jónsson, Guđni Bergsson, Sigurđur Jónsson (Pétur Ormslev 72'),
                    Arnór Guđjohnsen, Ólafur Ţórđarson, Ragnar Margeirsson.
Referee:            Victor Mintoff (Malta).
Coaches:            Spain: Luis Suárez.
                    Iceland: Bo Johansson (Sweden).
Note:               Attendance also reported as 46000.

10/10/1990, Křbenhavn, Parken, 38563
European Championship Qualifying
DENMARK             4 (Michael Laudrup 8', 49', Lars Elstrup 38', Flemming Povlsen 89')
FAROE ISLANDS       1 (Allan Mřrkřre 22') 
Denmark:            Peter Schmeichel, John Sivebćk, Kent Nielsen, Lars Olsen [c],
                    Jan Heintze, Jan Bartram, Kim Vilfort, Lars Elstrup (Erik Rasmussen 73'),
                    Flemming Povlsen, Michael Laudrup, Brian Laudrup.
Faroe Islands:      Jens Martin Knudsen, Jóannes Jakobsen [c], Tummas Eli Hansen,
                    Mikkjal Danielsen, Allan Mřrkřre (Magni Jarnskor 90'), Torkil Nielsen,
                    Jan Dam, Ábraham Lřkin Hansen, Julian Hansen, Kári Reynheim, Kurt Mřrkřre
                    (Gunnar Mohr 76'). 
Referee:            Guđmundur Haraldsson (Iceland).
Coaches:            Denmark: Richard Mřller Nielsen.
                    Faroe Islands: Páll Guđlaugsson (Iceland).
Cards:              Denmark: Peter Schmeichel [Y].
                    Faroe Islands: None.

10/10/1990, Stockholm, Rĺsunda, 20400
Friendly International
SWEDEN              1 (Stefan Rehn 70' pen)
WEST GERMANY        3 (Jürgen Klinsmann 29', Rudi Völler 38', Andreas Brehme 45')
Sweden:             Thomas Ravelli, Sulo Vaatovaara, Glenn Hysén, Jan Eriksson, Roland Nilsson,
                    Klas Ingesson (Per Blohm 80'), Stefan Rehn, Ulrik Jansson
                    (Magnus Erlingmark 58'), Joakim Nilsson (Dan Corneliusson 58'), 
                    Tomas Brolin, Stefan Petterson.
West Germany:       Raimond Aumann, Manfred Binz, Thomas Berthold, Thomas Helmer, 
                    Andreas Brehme (Knut Reinhardt 60'), Thomas Häßler, Andreas Möller 
                    (Karlheinz Riedle 60'), Lothar Matthäus, Thomas Strunz,
                    Jürgen Klinsmann, Rudi Völler.
Referee:            Joseph Worrall (England).
Coaches:            Sweden: Tommy Svensson.
                    West Germany: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Note:               Germany was reunified on 03/10/1990, but the first match played by the 
                    unified team was on 19/12/1990.

13/10/1990, Paris, Parc des Princes, 38249
European Championship Qualifying
FRANCE              2 (Jean-Pierre Papin 59', 80')
CZECHOSLOVAKIA      1 (TomᚠSkuhravý 88')
France:             Bruno Martini, Jocelyn Angloma (Luis Fernandez 52'), Jean-Philippe Durand,
                    Basile Boli, Bernard Casoni, Frank Sauzée, Didier Deschamps, 
                    Pascal Vahirua (Franck Silvestre 83'), Jean-Pierre Papin, Laurent Blanc,
                    Eric Cantona.
Czechoslovakia:     Jan Stejskal, Luboš Kubík (Dušan Tittel 84'), Miroslav Kadlec, Michal Hipp,
                    Ján Kocián, Michal Bílek (Ladislav Pecko 80'), Ivo Knoflíček,
                    Jozef Chovanec, TomᚠSkuhravý, Ľubomír Moravčík.
Referee:            George Courtney (England).
Coaches:            France: Michel Platini.
                    Czechoslovakia: Milan Máčala.

17/10/1990, Cardiff, Ninian Park, 12000
European Championship Qualifying
WALES               3 (Ian Rush 30', Dean Saunders 83', Mark Hughes 88')
BELGIUM             1 (Bruno Versavel 25')
Wales:              Neville Southall, Clayton Blackmore, Kevin Ratcliffe, Eric Young,
                    Mark Aizlewood, Paul Bodin, Barry Horne, Peter Nicholas, Ian Rush,
                    Mark Hughes, Dean Saunders.
Belgium:            Michel Preud'homme, Eric Gerets, Stéphane Demol, Georges Grün,
                    Michel De Wolf, Marc Emmers, Enzo Scifo, Franky Van der Elst, Luc Nilis
                    (Marc Wilmots 75'), Bruno Versavel, Jan Ceulemans.
Referee:            Kurt Röthlisberger (Switzerland).
Coaches:            Wales: Terry Yorath.
                    Belgium: Guy Thys.

17/10/1990, Glasgow, Hampden Park, 20740
European Championship Qualifying
SCOTLAND            2 (John Robertson 34' pen, Gary McAllister 51)
SWITZERLAND         1 (Adrian Knup 64' pen)
Scotland:           Andy Goram, Stewart McKimmie, Alex McLeish, Dave McPherson, Steve Nicol,
                    Gary McAllister (John Collins 81'), Stuart McCall, Tom Boyd 
                    (Pat Nevin 67'), Murdo MacLeod, Ally McCoist, John Robertson.
Switzerland:        Philippe Walker, Andy Egli, Dominique Herr, Peter Schepull 
                    (Frédéric Chassot 62'), Blaise Piffaretti (Beat Sutter 80'), Thomas Bickel,
                    Heinz Hermann, Alain Sutter, Adrian Knup, Kubilay Türkyilmaz, 
                    Stéphane Chapuisat.
Referee:            Esa Palsi (Finland).
Coaches:            Scotland: Andy Roxburgh.
                    Switzerland: Uli Stielike (Germany).

17/10/1990, Bucureşti, Steaua, 15350
European Championship Qualifying
ROMANIA             0
BULGARIA            3 (Nasko Sirakov 28', Nikolai Todorov 48', 78')
Romania:            Bogdan Stelea, Dan Petrescu, Michael Klein (Emil Săndoi 46'),
                    Ioan Andonie, Iosif Rotariu, Gheorghe Popescu, Marius Lăcătuş, Ioan Sabău,
                    Florin Răducioiu (Gavril Balint 46'), Gheorghe Hagi [c], Ioan Lupescu.
Bulgaria:           Borislav Mikhailov, Pavel Dochev, Trifon Ivanov, Dimitar Vasev,
                    Nikolai Iliev [c], Zlatko Yankov, Kostadin Yanchev, Hristo Stoichkov,
                    Krassimir Balakov, Nasko Sirakov (Emil Kostadinov 75'), Georgi Yordanov
                    (Nikolai Todorov 46').
Referee:            José Rosa dos Santos (Portugal).
Coaches:            Romania: Emeric Jenei.
                    Bulgaria: Ivan Vutsov.

17/10/1990, Porto, Estádio das Antas, 17198
European Championship Qualifying
PORTUGAL            1 (Rui Águas 54')
NETHERLANDS         0
Portugal:           Silvino Louro, Joăo Domingos Silva Pinto, José Leal, Pedro Venâncio,
                    António Veloso, Oceano, Vítor Paneira, Nelo Guimarăes (Carlos Xavier 86'),
                    Rui Águas, José Semedo (Jorge Ferreira 90'), Cadete.
Netherlands:        Hans van Breukelen, Danny Blind, Frank de Boer (Hans Gillhaus 76'),
                    Adri van Tiggelen (John van 't Schip 60'), Stan Valckx, Graeme Rutjes,
                    Gerald Vanenburg, Richard Witschge, Marco van Basten, Ruud Gullit,
                    Dennis Bergkamp.
Referee:            Siegfried Kirschen (East Germany).
Coaches:            Portugal: Artur Jorge.
                    Netherlands: Rinus Michels.

17/10/1990, Belfast, Windsor Park, 9079
European Championship Qualifying
NORTHERN IRELAND    1 (Colin Clarke 58')
DENMARK             1 (Jan Bartram 11' pen)
Northern Ireland:   Paul Kee, Mal Donaghy, Nigel Worthington, Gerry Taggart,
                    Alan McDonald, Anton Rogan, Colin O'Neill (Stephen McBride 72'), 
                    Danny Wilson, Iain Dowie, Colin Clarke, Kingsley Black.
Denmark:            Peter Schmeichel, John Sivebćk, Kent Nielsen, Lars Olsen [c], 
                    Jan Heintze, Kim Vilfort, Jan Bartram, Michael Laudrup (John Helt 80'),
                    John Larsen, Brian Laudrup (Lars Elstrup 70'), Flemming Povlsen.
Referee:            Roger Philippi (Luxembourg).
Coaches:            Northern Ireland: Billy Bingham.
                    Denmark: Richard Mřller Nielsen.

17/10/1990, Dublin, Lansdowne Park, 46000
European Championship Qualifying
IRELAND             5 (John Aldridge 15', 57', 72' pen, David O'Leary 40', Niall Quinn 65') 
TURKEY              0
Ireland:            Pat Bonner, Denis Irwin, Mick McCarthy [c], David O'Leary, Chris Hughton,
                    Ray Houghton, Andy Townsend (Kevin Moran 73'), John Sheridan, 
                    Steve Staunton, John Aldridge, Niall Quinn (Tony Cascarino 66').
Turkey:             Engin İpekoğlu, Rıza Çalımbay [c], Kemal Sardar, Gökhan Keskin,
                    Ercan Koloğlu (Metin Tekin 46'), Tugay Kerimoğlu, Oğuz Çetin,
                    Mehmet Özdilek, Bülent Korkmaz, Hami Mandıralı, Sercan Görgülü 
                    (Tanju Çolak 46').
Referee:            Erik Fredriksson (Sweden).
Coaches:            Ireland: Jack Charlton (England).
                    Turkey: Josef 'Sepp' Piontek (West Germany).

17/10/1990, Budapest, Nepstadion, 24600
European Championship Qualifying
HUNGARY             1 (László Disztl 16')
ITALY               1 (Roberto Baggio 54')
Hungary:            Zsolt Petry, Tamás Mónos, József Szalma, László Disztl, Zsolt Limperger,
                    Imre Garaba (Imre Fodor 59'), József Kiprich, István Kozma 
                    (István Urbányi 86'), György Bognár, Emil Lőrincz, Kálmán Kovács.
Italy:              Walter Zenga, Giuseppe Bergomi, Luigi De Agostini, Franco Baresi,
                    Riccardo Ferri, Giancarlo Marocchi, Roberto Donadoni, Fernando De Napoli,
                    Salvatore Schillaci (Aldo Serena 81'), Giuseppe Giannini 
                    (Nicola Berti 86'), Roberto Baggio.
Referee:            Bo Karlsson (Sweden).
Coaches:            Hungary: Kálmán Mészöly.
                    Italy: Azeglio Vicini.

17/10/1990, London, Wembley, 77040
European Championship Qualifying
ENGLAND             2 (Gary Lineker 40' pen, Peter Beardsley 90')
POLAND              0
England:            Chris Woods, Lee Dixon, Paul Parker, Mark Wright, Des Walker, 
                    Stuart Pearce, David Platt, Paul Gascoigne, John Barnes, Gary Lineker [c]
                    (Peter Beardsley 57'), Steve Bull (Chris Waddle 57').
Poland:             Józef Wandzik, Piotr Czachowski, Zbigniew Kaczmarek [c], Dariusz Wdowczyk,
                    Robert Warzycha, Ryszard Tarasiewicz, Janusz Nawrocki, Roman Szewczyk,
                    Jacek Ziober, Roman Kosecki (Dariusz Kubicki 86'), Jan Furtok
                    (Krzysztof Warzycha 76').
Referee:            Tulio Lanese (Italy).
Coaches:            England: Graham Taylor.
                    Poland: Andrzej Strejlau.
Cards:              none. 

31/10/1990, Beograd, JNA, 11422
European Championship Qualifying
YUGOSLAVIA          4 (Darko Pančev 32', 52', 85', Srečko Katanec 43')
AUSTRIA             1 (Andreas Ogris 16')
Yugoslavia:         Tomislav Ivković, Zoran Vulić, Predrag Spasić, Srečko Katanec
                    (Robert Jarni 46'), Faruk Hadžibegić, Davor Jozić, Robert Prosinečki,
                    Safet Sušić (Zvonimir Boban 63'), Mehmed Baždarević, Darko Pančev,
                    Zlatko Vujović.
Austria:            Michael Konsel, Ernst Aigner, Robert Pecl, Michael Streiter,
                    Peter Schöttel, Andreas Reisinger, Andreas Ogris, Peter Artner,
                    Anton Polster (Peter Pacult 52'), Andreas Herzog (Manfred Linzmaier 46'),
                    Alfred Hörtnagl.
Referee:            Aron Schmidhuber (Germany).
Coaches:            Yugoslavia: Ivica Osim.
                    Austria: Alfred Riedl.
Cards:              Yugoslavia: Predrag Spasic [Y].
                    Austria: Robert Pecl [Y], Michael Streiter [Y].
Note:               It is also reported that Peter Pacult replaced Andreas Ogris, 
                    not Anton Polster. Attendance also reported as 17500.

31/10/1990, Luxembourg, Stade Municipal, 9512
European Championship Qualifying
LUXEMBOURG          2 (Jean-Paul Girres 56', Roby Langers 65')
WEST GERMANY        3 (Jürgen Klinsmann 16', Uwe Bein 30', Rudi Völler 49')
Luxembourg:         John van Rijswijck, Théo Malget, Marcel Bossi, Pierre Petry, Marc Birsens,
                    Joël Groff, Guy Hellers, Jean-Paul Girres, Jeff Saibene 
                    (Gérard Jeitz 85'), Carlo Weis, Roby Langers.
West Germany:       Bodo Illgner, Manfred Binz, Thomas Berthold, Jürgen Kohler, 
                    Andreas Brehme, Thomas Häßler, Thomas Strunz, Lothar Matthäus, 
                    Uwe Bein (Knut Reinhardt 73'), Jürgen Klinsmann, Rudi Völler.
Referee:            Kim Milton Nielsen (Denmark).
Coaches:            Luxembourg: Paul Philipp.
                    West Germany: Hans Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
Note:               Germany was reunified on 03/10/1990, but the first match played by the 
                    unified team was on 19/12/1990.

31/10/1990, Budapest, Nepstadion, 2300
European Championship Qualifying
HUNGARY             4 (Emil Lőrincz 1', George Christodoulou 18' OG,
                       József Kiprich 20' pen, 67' pen)
CYPRUS              2 (Panikos Xiouroppas 13', Angelos Tsolakis 89')
Hungary:            Zsolt Petry, Tamás Mónos, József Szalma, László Disztl, Zsolt Limperger,
                    Imre Garaba, József Kiprich (Vendel Rugovics 75'), István Kozma
                    (Pál Fischer 57'), György Bognár, Emil Lőrincz, Kálmán Kovács.
Cyprus:             Marios Onisiforou, Yiannakis Kalotheou, Costas Miamiliotis, 
                    George Christodoulou, Avraam Socratous, Yiannakis Yiangoudakis,
                    Andreas Kantilos (Angelos Tsolakis 61'), Pavlos Savva, Spyros Kastanos,
                    George Constantinou (Panikos Orphanides 70'), Panikos Xiouroppas.
Referee:            Plarent Kotherja (Albania).
Coaches:            Hungary: Kálmán Mészöly.
                    Cyprus: Panikos Iacovou.

31/10/1990, Athinai, Spyridon Louis, 7768
European Championship Qualifying
GREECE              4 (Nikos Tsiantakis 37', Vassilis Karapialis 40', Dimitris Saravakos 59',
                       Stefanos Borbokis 87')
MALTA               0
Greece:             Theologis Papadopoulos, Stratos Apostolakis, Georgios Papadopoulos,
                    Stelios Manolas, Ioannis Kalitzakis, Jiotis Tsalouchidis, Nikos Tsiantakis,
                    Vassilis Karapialis, Savvas Kofidis, Dimitris Saravakos [c],
                    Vassilis Dimitriadis (Stefanos Borbokis 31').
Malta:              Reggie Cini, David Carabott, Silvio Vella, Joseph Galea, Charles Scerri, 
                    John Buttigieg, Carmel Busuttil, Raymond Vella, Hubert Suda 
                    (Michael De Giorgio 46'), Kristian Laferla, Jesmond Zerafa.
Referee:            Ion Gracunescu (Romania).
Coaches:            Greece: Antonis Georgiadis.
                    Malta: Horst Heese (Germany).

03/11/1990, Roma, Stadio Olimpico, 52208
European Championship Qualifying
ITALY               0
USSR                0
Italy:              Walter Zenga, Ciro Ferrara, Paolo Maldini, Franco Baresi, Riccardo Ferri,
                    Luigi De Agostini, Massimo Crippa, Fernando De Napoli, Salvatore Schillaci
                    (Aldo Serena 70'), Roberto Mancini, Roberto Baggio.
USSR:               Aleksandr Uvarov, Andrei Chernyshov, Vasili Kulkov, Akhrik Tsveiba,
                    Sergei Aleinikov, Igor Shalimov, Alexei Mikhailichenko, Andrei Kanchelskis,
                    Ivan Getsko (Oleg Protasov 67'), Aleksandr Mostovoi 
                    (Vladimir Tatarchuk 86'), Igor Dobrovolski.
Referee:            Marcel Van Langenhove (Belgium).
Coaches:            Italy: Azeglio Vicini.
                    USSR: Anatoli Byshovets.
Cards:              Italy: none.
                    USSR: Igor Dobrovolski [Y], Akhrik Tsveiba [Y].

14/11/1990, İstanbul, Ali Sami Yen Stadı, 30000
European Championship Qualifying
TURKEY              0
POLAND              1 (Dariusz Dziekanowski 37')
Turkey:             Engin İpekoğlu, Rıza Çalımbay [c], Yusuf Altıntaş, Bülent Korkmaz,
                    Gökhan Keskin, Ülken Durak (Mehmet Özdilek 68'), Muhammet Rıza Altıntaş 
                    (Sercan Görgülü 68'), Oğuz Çetin, Ünal Karaman, Tanju Çolak,
                    Hami Mandıralı.
Poland:             Józef Wandzik, Dariusz Kubicki, Zbigniew Kaczmarek [c], Dariusz Wdowczyk,
                    Robert Warzycha, Waldemar Prusik, Ryszard Tarasiewicz, Janusz Nawrocki,
                    Krzysztof Warzycha, Dariusz Dziekanowski (Jacek Ziober 73'),
                    Roman Kosecki.
Referee:            Alexei Spirin (USSR).
Coaches:            Turkey: Josef 'Sepp' Piontek (Germany).
                    Poland: Andrzej Strejlau.
Booked:             Turkey: Gökhan Keskin [Y].
                    Poland: Robert Warzycha [Y].

14/11/1990, Praha, Strahov, 21980
European Championship Qualifying
CZECHOSLOVAKIA      3 (Václav Daněk 17', 66', Ľubomír Moravčík 77')
SPAIN               2 (Roberto 29', Carlos 54')
Czechoslovakia:     Luděk Mikloško, Michal Hipp, Miroslav Kadlec, Ivan Hašek, Michal Bílek
                    (Miloš Belák 84'), Ján Kocián, Dušan Tittel, Karel Kula, Ľubomír Moravčík,
                    Václav Daněk (Pavel Kuka 88'), TomᚠSkuhravý.
Spain:              Zubizarreta, Quique Flores, Serna, Nando Muńoz, Manuel Sanchís Hontiyuelo,
                    Jon Andoni Goikoetxea, Roberto Fernández, Míchel (Amor 86'), 
                    Martín Vázquez, Butragueńo, Carlos (José María Bakero 60').
Referee:            Karl Heinz Tritschler (Germany).
Coaches:            Czechoslovakia: Milan Máčala.
                    Spain: Luis Suárez.

14/11/1990, Serravalle, Municipale, 931
European Championship Qualifying
SAN MARINO          0
SWITZERLAND         4 (Alain Sutter 8', Stéphane Chapuisat 27', Adrian Knup 43',
                       Frédéric Chassot 85')
San Marino:         Pierluigi Benedettini, Marco Montironi, Bruno Muccioli (Ivan Matteoni 59'),
                    Luca Zanotti, Luca Gobbi, William Guerra, Maurizio Ceccoli, Massimo Bonini
                    (Ivan Toccaceli 46'), Waldes Pasolini, Fabio Francini, Marco Macini.
Switzerland:        Philippe Walker, Marc Hottiger, Beat Sutter, Dominique Herr, Alain Geiger,
                    Thomas Bickel (Blaise Piffaretti 59'), Adrian Knup, Heinz Hermann,
                    Kubilay Türkyilmaz (Frédéric Chassot 46'), Alain Sutter,
                    Stéphane Chapuisat.  
Referee:            Costas Kapsos (Cyprus).
Coaches:            San Marino: Giorgio Leoni.
                    Switzerland: Uli Stielike (Germany).

14/11/1990, Luxembourg, Stade Municipal, 6800
European Championship Qualifying
LUXEMBOURG          0
WALES               1 (Ian Rush 16')
Luxembourg:         John van Rijswijck, Théo Malget, Marcel Bossi, Marc Birsens, Pierre Petry,
                    Patrick Morocutti (Armin Krings 59'), Guy Hellers, Jean-Paul Girres,
                    Jeff Saibene, Carlo Weis, Roby Langers.
Wales:              Neville Southall, Clayton Blackmore, Paul Bodin, Mark Aizlewood,
                    Eric Young, Kevin Ratcliffe, Barry Horne, Peter Nicholas, Ian Rush
                    (Gary Speed 83'), Mark Hughes, Dean Saunders (Malcolm Allen 89').
Referee:            Jiří Ulrich (Czechoslovakia).
Coaches:            Luxembourg: Paul Phillipp.
                    Wales: Terry Yorath.

14/11/1990, Dublin, Lansdowne Road, 46000
European Championship Qualifying
IRELAND             1 (Tony Cascarino 80')
ENGLAND             1 (David Platt 67')
Ireland:            Pat Bonner, Chris Morris, Steve Staunton, Mick McCarthy, David O'Leary,
                    Ronnie Whelan (Alan McLoughlin 74'), Paul McGrath, Ray Houghton,
                    Niall Quinn (Tony Cascarino 62'), John Aldridge, Andy Townsend.
England:            Chris Woods, Lee Dixon, Stuart Pearce, Des Walker, Tony Adams,
                    Mark Wright, Gordon Cowans, David Platt, Peter Beardsley, Gary Lineker [c],
                    Steve McMahon.                      
Referee:            Pietro D'Elia (Italy).
Coaches:            Ireland: Jack Charlton (England).
                    England: Graham Taylor.

14/11/1990, Křbenhavn, Parken, 40000
European Championship Qualifying
DENMARK             0
YUGOSLAVIA          2 (Mehmed Baždarević 77', Robert Jarni 84')
Denmark:            Peter Schmeichel, John Sivebćk, Kent Nielsen, Lars Olsen [c], Jan Heintze,
                    Jan Bartram, Jan Mřlby (Lars Elstup 73'), Kim Vilfort, Flemming Povlsen
                    (John Jensen 46'), Michael Laudrup, Brian Laudrup.
Yugoslavia:         Tomislav Ivković, Zoran Vulić, Predrag Spasić, Srečko Katanec,
                    Faruk Hadžibegić, Davor Jozić, Robert Jarni, Safet Sušić, Darko Pančev
                    (Zvonimir Boban 11'), Mehmed Baždarević, Zlatko Vujović
                    (Ilija Najdoski 89').
Referee:            Neil Midgley (England).
Coaches:            Denmark: Richard Mřller Nielsen.
                    Yugoslavia: Ivica Osim.
Cards:              Denmark: Kim Vilfort [Y].
                    Yugoslavia: Zoran Vulić [Y], Zlatko Vujović [Y].

14/11/1990, Nicosia, Makarios, 2123
European Championship Qualifying
CYPRUS              0
NORWAY              3 (Gřran Sřrloth 40', Lars Bohinen 47', Sverre Brandhaug 63')
Cyprus:             Andreas Charitou, Yiannakis Kalotheou (Andreas Kantilos 50'),
                    Costas Miamiliotis, Spyros Kastanas, Avraam Socratous, 
                    Yiannakis Yiangoudakis, George Christodoulou, Pavlos Savva, 
                    Angelos Tsolakis (George Constantinou 75'), Floros Nicolaou, 
                    Panikos Xiourouppas.
Norway:             Erik Thorstvedt, Pĺl Lydersen, Tore Pedersen, Rune Bratseth,
                    Karl Petter Lřken (Erik Pedersen 66'), Gunnar Halle, Sverre Brandhaug,
                    Řyvind Leonhardsen, Lars Bohinen, Gřran Sřrloth, Tore André Dahlum
                    (Jan Ĺge Fjřrtoft 79').
Referee:            Zoran Petrović (Yugoslavia).
Coaches:            Cyprus: Panikos Iacovou.
                    Norway: Egil Olsen.
Cards:              Cyprus: Yiannakis Kalotheou [Y]. 
                    Norway: None.

14/11/1990, Sofia, Vasil Levski, 42000
European Championship Qualifying
BULGARIA            1 (Nikolai Todorov 71')
SCOTLAND            1 (Ally McCoist 9')
Bulgaria:           Borislav Mikhailov, Pavel Dochev, Dimitar Mladenov, Zlatko Yankov,
                    Kalin Bankov, Kostadin Yanchev (Nikolai Todorov 55'), Georgi Yordanov,
                    Hristo Stoichkov, Lyuboslav Penev, Nasko Sirakov, Krassimir Balakov
                    (Emil Kostadinov 73').
Scotland:           Andy Goram, Stewart McKimmie, Maurice Malpas, Gary McAllister,
                    Dave McPherson, Gary Gillespie, Gordon Durie (Pat Nevin 67'), Jim McInally,
                    Ally McCoist, Brian McClair, Tom Boyd.
Referee:            Friedrich Kaupe (Austria).
Coaches:            Bulgaria: Ivan Vutsov.
                    Scotland: Andy Roxburgh.

14/11/1990, Wien, Praterstadion, 7062
European Championship Qualifying
AUSTRIA             0
NORTHERN IRELAND    0
Austria:            Michael Konsel, Heinz Peischl, Robert Pecl, Andreas Poiger, Peter Schöttel,
                    Gerald Willfurth, Andreas Ogris [c], Peter Artner, Anton Polster
                    (Peter Pacult 70'), Manfred Linzmaier, Alfred Hörtnagl.
Northern Ireland:   Paul Kee, Mal Donaghy, Alan McDonald, Gerry Taggart, Nigel Worthington,
                    Anton Rogan, Danny Wilson, Robbie Dennison, Kingsley Black
                    (Steve Morrow 82'), Colin Clarke (Iain Dowie 62'), Kevin Wilson.
Referee:            Gérard Biguet (France).
Coaches:            Austria: Alfred Riedl.
                    Northern Ireland: Billy Bingham.
Cards:              Austria: Peter Schöttel [Y], Gerald Willfurth [Y].
                    Northern Ireland: Colin Clarke [Y].

17/11/1990, Tiranë, Qemal Stafa, 12972
European Championship Qualifying
ALBANIA             0
FRANCE              1 (Basile Boli 23')
Albania:            Anesti Arapi, Lorenc Leskaj (Alfred Ferko 46'), Genç Ibro, Skënder Hodja,
                    Artur Lekbello II, Arjan Stafa, Hysen Zmijani, Sulejman Demollari,
                    Mirel Josa, Sokol Kushta, Kujtim Majaçi (Eduard Kaçaçi 56').
France:             Bruno Martini, Basile Boli, Laurent Blanc, Bernard Casoni, Christian Perez,
                    Frank Sauzée, Didier Deschamps, Bernard Pardo, Jean-Marc Ferreri, 
                    Philippe Tibeuf (David Ginola 66'), Pascal Vahirua (Jocelyn Angloma 81').
Referee:            Bruno Galler (Switzerland).
Coaches:            Albania: Agron Sulaj.
                    France: Michel Platini.

21/11/1990, Rotterdam, Stadio Feijenood, 25430
European Championship Qualifying
NETHERLANDS         2 (Dennis Bergkamp 7', Marco van Basten 18')
GREECE              0
Netherlands:        Hans van Breukelen, Wim de Jong, Graeme Rutjes, Danny Blind, Jan Wouters,
                    Gerald Vanenburg, Richard Witschge, John van 't Schip, Marco van Basten,
                    Dennis Bergkamp (Aron Winter 83'), Brian Roy.
Greece:             Theologis Papadopoulos, Stratos Apostolakis, Georgios Papadopoulos, 
                    Stelios Manolas, Ioannis Kalitzakis, Jiotis Tsalouchidis, Savvas Kofidis
                    (Nikos Karageorgiou 55'), Vassilis Karapialis, Nikos Tsiantakis, 
                    Dimitris Saravakos [c], Stefanos Borbokis.
Referee:            Lajos Horváth (Hungary)
Coach:              Netherlands: Rinus Michels.
                    Greece: Antonis Georgiadis.
Note:               Date also reported as 18/11/1990.

25/11/1990, Ta'Qali, National Stadium, 7200
European Championship Qualifying
MALTA               1 (Hubert Suda 74') 
FINLAND             1 (Erik Holmgren 87')
Malta:              David Cluett, David Carabott, Silvio Vella, Joseph Galea, Charles Scerri, 
                    John Buttigieg, Carmel Busuttil, Raymond Vella, Kristian Laferla, 
                    Michael Degiorgio, Joe Zarb (Hubert Suda 73').
Finland:            Olli Huttunen, Jari Rinne (Erkka Petäjä 46'), Ari Heikkinen,
                    Jari Europaeus, Erik Holmgren, Marko Myyry, Jari Litmanen, Ari Hjelm,
                    Pasi Tauriainen, Kimmo Tarkkio (Ari Tegelberg 75'), Mika-Matti Paatelainen.
Referee:            Sadik Deda (Turkey).
Coaches:            Malta: Horst Heese (Germany).
                    Finland: Jukka Vakkila.

05/12/1990, Bucureşti, Stadionul 23 August, 6380
European Championship Qualifying
ROMANIA             6 (Ioan Sabău 2', Dorin Mateuţ 18', Florin Răducioiu 41', 
                       Ioan Lupescu 58', Pavel Badea 78', Dan Petrescu 85')
SAN MARINO          0
Romania:            Florian Prunea, Dan Petrescu, Ştefan Iovan, Gheorghe Popescu, 
                    Mircea Rednic, Ioan Sabău, Dorin Mateuţ, Ioan Lupescu
                    (Constantin Stănici 64'), Ilie Dumitrescu (Pavel Badea 46'),
                    Marius Lăcătuş [c], Florin Răducioiu.
San Marino:         Pierluigi Benedettini, Marco Montironi, Claudio Canti, William Guerra,
                    Luca Zanotti, Ivan Toccacieli, Ivan Matteoni, Maurizio Ceccoli,
                    Waldes Pasolini (Paolo Zanotti 85'), Fabio Francini, Marco Macina
                    (Nicola Bacciocchi 46').
Referee:            Manfred Rossner (Germany).
Coaches:            Romania: Mircea Rădulescu.
                    San Marino: Giorgio Leoni.

19/12/1990, Stuttgart, Neckarstadion, 20000
Friendly International
GERMANY             4 (Rudi Völler 1', Karlheinz Riedle 67', Andreas Thom 74',
                       Lothar Matthäus 85')
SWITZERLAND         0 
Germany:            Bodo Illgner, Thomas Berthold, Jürgen Kohler, Guido Buchwald, 
                    Thomas Helmer, Stefan Reuter, Thomas Häßler, Lothar Matthäus, 
                    Matthias Sammer (Andreas Thom 73'), Jürgen Klinsmann, Rudi Völler
                    (Karlheinz Riedle 46').
Switzerland:        Martin Brunner (Philippe Walker 46'), Alain Geiger, Dominique Herr,
                    Andy Egli, Marc Hottiger, Beat Sutter, Marcel Koller (Peter Schepull 46'),
                    Heinz Hermann, Adrian Knup (Christophe Bonvin 79'), Kubilay Türkyilmaz,
                    Stéphane Chapuisat (Frédéric Chassot 68').
Referee:            Carlo Longhi (Italy). 
Coaches:            Germany: Hans-Hubert 'Berti' Vogts.
                    Switzerland: Uli Stielike (Germany).

19/12/1990, Volos, Ethniko Stadio Volos, 2700
Friendly International
GREECE              1 (Jiotis Tsalouchidis 8')
POLAND              2 (Piotr Soczyński 34', Roman Kosecki 67')
Greece:             Nikos Sarganis, Nikos Karageorgiou, Koulis Karantaidis, Stelios Manolas, 
                    Nikos Kourbanas, Jiotis Tsalouchidis, Dimitris Saravakos [c],
                    Georgios Athanasiadis, Aris Karasavvidis (Stefanos Borbokis 57'),
                    Savvas Kofidis, Nikos Tsiantakis.
Poland:             Józef Wandzik (Kazimierz Sidorczuk 46'), Dariusz Kubicki, Roman Szewczyk,
                    Piotr Czachowski (Andrzej Lesniak 46'), Czesław Jakołcewicz, 
                    Janusz Nawrocki, Robert Warzycha, Adam Zejer, Piotr Soczyński, Roman Kosecki, 
                    Tomasz Cebula (Dariusz Grzesik 82').
Referee:            Theodoros Kefalas (Greece).
Coaches:            Greece: Antonis Georgiadis.
                    Poland: Andrzej Strejlau.
Cards:              Greece: Nikos Tsiantakis [Y].
                    Poland: None.

19/12/1990, Ta'Qali, National Stadium, 10254
European Championship Qualifying
MALTA               0
NETHERLANDS         8 (Marco van Basten 10', 20', 25', 68', 80' pen, Aron Winter 51',
                       Dennis Bergkamp 58', 70')
Malta:              David Cluett, Edwin Camilleri (Hubert Suda 46'), Silvio Vella, 
                    Joseph Galea, Charles Scerri (Jesmond Zerafa 70'), Kristian Laferla, 
                    Carmel Busuttil, Raymond Vella, David Carabott, Michael Degiorgio, 
                    Joe Camilleri.
Netherlands:        Hans van Breukelen, Danny Blind, Gerald de Jong, Richard Witschge, 
                    Frank de Boer, Erwin Koeman (Aron Winter 46'), John van 't Schip, 
                    Dennis Bergkamp, Marco van Basten, Ruud Gullit (John van den Brom 71'),
                    Bryan Roy.
Referee:            Rolf Blattmann (Switzerland).
Coaches:            Malta: Horst Heese (Germany).
                    Netherlands: Rinus Michels.
Cards:              Malta: Charles Scerri [Y].
                    Netherlands: None.
Note:               It is also reported that Jan Wouters played instead of Richard Witschge.

19/12/1990, Sevilla, Estadio Benito Villamarín, 12625
European Championship Qualifying
SPAIN               9 (Amor 19', Carlos 22', 64', Butragueńo 30', 58', 66', 75', Hierro 37',
                       José María Bakero 87')
ALBANIA             0
Spain:              Zubizarreta, Manolo, Alkorta, Hierro, Manuel Sanchís Hontiyuelo, Amor,
                    Jon Andoni Goikoetxea (José María Bakero 75'), Míchel (Quique Flores 62'),
                    Butragueńo, Martín Vázquez, Carlos.
Albania:            Anesti Arapi, Gjergj Dëma, Artur Lekbello II, Alfred Ferko
                    (Mirel Josa 65'), Genç Ibro, Hysen Zmijani, Arjan Stafa, Lefter Millo,
                    Bledar Kola (Sulejman Demollari 32'), Sokol Kushta, Ermal Tahiri.
Referee:            Alphonse Constantin (Belgium).
Coaches:            Spain: Luis Suárez.
                    Albania: Agron Sulaj.
Note:               Attendance also reported as 27600.

22/12/1990, Limassol, Tsirion, 9185
European Championship Qualifying
CYPRUS              0
ITALY               4 (Pietro Vierchowod 13', Aldo Serena 22', 48', Attilo Lombardo 42') 
Cyprus:             Marios Onisiforou, Yiannakis Kalotheou, Costas Miamiliotis,
                    George Christodoulou, Avraam Socratous, Yiannakis Yiangoudakis [c],
                    Panayiotis Pounas, Pavlos Savva (George Constantinou 56'), 
                    Angelos Tsolakis, Floros Nicolaou, Nikos Papavassiliou
                    (Panikos Xiourouppas 64')
Italy:              Walter Zenga, Giuseppe Bergomi [c], Ciro Ferrara, Stefano Eranio,
                    Pietro Vierchowod, Massimo Crippa, Attilo Lombardo, Nicola
 Berti,
                    Salvatore Schillaci, Giancarlo Marocchi, Aldo Serena.
Referee:            Ivan Gregr (Czechoslovakia).
Coaches:            Cyprus: Panikos Iacovou.
                    Italy: Azeglio Vicini.

22/12/1990, Rijeka, Stadion Kantrida, 5000
Friendly International
CROATIA             2 (Zlatko Kranjčar 24', Srećko Bogdan 49')
ROMANIA             0
Croatia:            Dražen Ladić (Tonči Gabrić 46'), Saša Peršon, Robert Jarni, 
                    Drago Čelić (Igor Štimac 66'), Vlado Kasalo, Srećko Bogdan, 
                    Ivan Cvjetković (Nikola Jurčević 66'), Mladen Mladenović, 
                    Zlatko Kranjčar (Robert Rubčić 86'), Zvonimir Boban, Davor Šuker.
Romania:            Florian Prunea (Florin Tene 46'), Dan Petrescu, Emil Săndoi, 
                    Sebastian Moga, Constantin Stănici (Emil Ursu 46'), Gheorghe Popescu, 
                    Marius Cheregi (Tudorel Cristea 75'), Ilie Dumitrescu, Ovidiu Hanganu 
                    (Daniel Manaila 61'), Pavel Badea (Zoltan Kadar 46'), Ion Timofte.
Referee:            Gerhard Kapl (Austria).
Coaches:            Croatia: Dražen Jerković.
                    Romania: Mircea Radulescu.
Cards:              Croatia: Saša Peršon [Y 19'].
                    Romania: Dan Petrescu [Y 52'].    
Notes:              It is also reported that Bogdan Stelea played instead of Florian Prunea.
                    Croatia was not formally independent of Yugoslavia until 08/10/1991.

1990 overview

Europe 1990 January-June


About this document

Prepared and maintained by Erlan Manaschev for the Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation

Author: Erlan Manaschev
Last updated: 2 Feb 2005

(C) Copyright Erlan Manaschev and RSSSF 2004/05
You are free to copy this document in whole or part provided that proper acknowledgement is given to the author. All rights reserved.