1995 MATCHES

INTERCONTINENTAL (January - March).

04/01/1995, Hồ Chí Minh City
Hồ Chí Minh City Cup
VIETNAM             1 (Lê Huỳnh Đức 66')
ESTONIA             0
Vietnam:            Nguyễn Cương, Hồ Thiện Cương, Nguyễn Sen Hồng, Nguyễn Mạnh Cương,
                    Phạm Thiện Dũng, Văn Hồng Minh, Nguyễn Hồng Sơn, Nguyễn Hạnh Tòng,
                    Nguyễn Chuẩn Tấn (Hồ Hạnh Cương), Lê Huỳnh Đức, Nguyễn Sĩ Long.
Estonia:            Rain Vassenberg, Risto Kallaste, Janek Kiisman (Meelis Lindmaa 46'),
                    Marek Lemsalu, Toomas Kallaste, Viktor Alonen, Indro Olumets
                    (Sergei Hohlov-Simson 57'), Tarmo Linnumäe, Marko Kristal, Martin Reim,
                    Urmas Kirs.
Referee:            
Coaches:            Vietnam: Trần Bình Sự.
                    Estonia: Roman Ubakivi.
Cards:              Vietnam: Nguyễn Mạnh Cương [Y], Hồ Thiện Cương [Y].
                    Estonia: Viktor Alonen [Y].

06/01/1995, Riyadh, King Fahd Stadium, 25000
Intercontinental Cup
SAUDI ARABIA        0
MEXICO              2 (Luis García 65', 82')
Saudi Arabia:       Hussein Al Sadiq, Mohammed Al Khilaiwi, Abdullah Zubromawi, Ahmed Madani,
                    Fuad Amin (Fahad Mehalel 68'), ?. Al Saleh, Sami Al Jaber,
                    Said Al Owairan, Ahmed Eesa, Khalid Al Muwallid, Saleh Al Dawod 
                    (Hamzah Saleh 60').
Mexico:             Jorge Campos, Claudio Suárez, Ignacio Ambríz, Ramón Ramírez 
                    (Alberto Coyote 87'), Marcelino Bernal, Carlos Hermosillo 
                    (Luis García 46'), Alberto García Aspe, Jorge Rodríguez, 
                    Luis Roberto Alves "Zague", Joaquín Del Olmo, Raúl Gutiérrez.
Referee:            Salvador Imperatore (Chile).
Coaches:            Saudi Arabia: Mohamed Al-Karashi.
                    Mexico: Miguel Mejía Barón.
Cards:              Saudi Arabia: Abdullah Zubromawi [Y 20'].
                    Mexico: Claudio Suárez [Y 81'], Ignacio Ambríz [Y 89'].

06/01/1995, Riyadh (Saudi Arabia), King Fahd Stadium, 25000
Intercontinental Cup
NIGERIA             3 (Emmanuel Amunike 6', Mutiu Adepoju 55', Daniel Amokachi 65')
JAPAN               0
Nigeria:            Peter Rufai [c], Augustine Eguavoen, Ben Iroha, Uche Okechukwu, 
                    Mutiu Adepoju, Emmanuel Amunike, Samson Siasia (Momodu Mutaru 83'), 
                    Sunday Oliseh, Daniel Amokachi, Efan Ekoku (Augustine Okocha 62'), 
                    Uche Okafor.
Japan:              Shigetatsu Matsunaga, Yoshihiro Natsuka, Satoshi Tsunami, Masami Ihara,
                    Tetsuji Hashiratani [c], Takumi Horiike, Tsuyoshi Kitazawa 
                    (Masahiro Fukuda 73'), Toshihiro Yamaguchi, Ruy Ramos 
                    (Hiromitsu Isogai 46'), Kazuyoshi Miura, Motohiro Yamaguchi.
Referee:            Ion Craciunescu (Romania).
Coaches:            Nigeria: Shaibu Amadu.
                    Japan: Shu Kamo.
Cards:              Nigeria: Augustine Okocha [Y].
                    Japan: Satoshi Tsunami [Y], Toshihiro Yamaguchi [Y].
Note:               First goal-scorer also reported as Samson Siasia.

08/01/1995, Riyadh (Saudi Arabia), King Fahd Stadium, 10000
Intercontinental Cup
ARGENTINA           5 (Sebastián Rambert 31', Ariel Ortega 45', Gabriel Batistuta 47', 86' pen,
                       José Chamot 54')
JAPAN               1 (Kazuyoshi Miura 57')
Argentina:          Carlos Bossio, Roberto Ayala [c], José Chamot, Javier Zanetti, Hugo Pérez,
                    Néstor Fabbri, Ariel Ortega (Marcelo Gallardo 67'), Marcelo Escudero 
                    (Gustavo López 55'), Gabriel Batistuta, Sebastián Rambert, 
                    Christian Bassedas.
Japan:              Shigetatsu Matsunaga, Yoshihiro Natsuka, Satoshi Tsunami, Masami Ihara,
                    Tetsuji Hashiratani, Takumi Horiike (Hiroshige Yanagimoto 62'), 
                    Toshihiro Yamaguchi (Tsuyoshi Kitazawa 51'), Kazuyoshi Miura, 
                    Hiromitsu Isogai, Motohiro Yamaguchi, Masahiro Fukuda.
Referee:            Rodrigo Badilla Sequeira (Costa Rica).
Coaches:            Argentina: Daniel Passarella.
                    Japan: Shu Kamo.
Cards:              Argentina: Sebastián Rambert [Y 26'], Marcelo Escudero [Y 35'].
                    Japan: Satoshi Tsunami [Y 10'].

08/01/1995, Riyadh, King Fahd Stadium, 10000
Intercontinental Cup
SAUDI ARABIA        0
DENMARK             2 (Brian Laudrup 43', Morten Wieghorst 90')
Saudi Arabia:       Hussein Al Sadiq, Mohammed Al Khilaiwi, Ahmed Madani, 
                    Abdullah Zubromawi, Fuad Amin, Fahad Al Ghashiyan, Hamzah Saleh,
                    Sami Al Jaber (Abdullah Al Dosari 87'), Said Al Owairan, Fahad Mehalel 
                    (?. Korshi 46'), Ahmed Eesa.
Denmark:            Lars Høgh, Marc Rieper, Jes Høgh, Jens Risager, Michael Schjønberg, 
                    Brian Steen Nielsen, Mark Strudal (Bo Hansen 46'), Brian Laudrup [c],
                    Jacob Laursen, Jesper Kristensen, Peter Rasmussen (Morten Wieghorst 78').
Referee:            Lim Kee Chong (Mauritius).
Coaches:            Denmark: Richard Møller Nielsen.
                    Saudi Arabia: Mohamed Al-Karashi.
Cards:              Denmark: Marc Rieper [Y 89'].
                    Saudi Arabia: Fahad Al Ghashiyan [Y 59'].

10/01/1995, Riyadh (Saudi Arabia), King Fahd Stadium, 17000
Intercontinental Cup
MEXICO              1 (Luis García 73')
DENMARK             1 (Peter Rasmussen 90')
Denmark won 4-2 on penalties.
Mexico:             Jorge Campos, Claudio Suárez, Ignacio Ambríz, Ramón Ramírez 
                    (Alberto Coyote 84'), Marcelino Bernal, Alberto García Aspe,
                    Jorge Rodríguez, Luis García, Luis Roberto Alves "Zague" 
                    (Carlos Hermosillo 72'), Joaquín Del Olmo, Raúl Gutiérrez.
Denmark:            Lars Høgh (Mogens Krogh 28'), Jakob Friis-Hansen, Marc Rieper, Jes Høgh,
                    Jens Risager (Michael Schjønberg 77'), Brian Steen Nielsen, 
                    Michael Laudrup [c], Brian Laudrup, Jesper Kristensen, Carsten Hemmingsen
                    (Jacob Laursen 46'), Peter Rasmussen.
Referee:            Salvador Imperatore (Chile).
Coaches:            Mexico: Miguel Mejía Barón.
                    Denmark: Richard Møller Nielsen.
Cards:              Mexico: Marcelino Bernal [Y 11'], Alberto García Aspe [Y 47'], 
                            Joaquín Del Olmo [Y 72'].
                    Denmark: Jes Høgh [Y 3'], Jacob Friis-Hansen [Y 39'].
Penalties:          1-0 Claudio Suárez, 1-1 Michael Schjønberg, 2-1 Joaquín Del Olmo, 
                    2-2 Michael Laudrup, 2-2 Luis García (miss), 2-3 Jes Høgh, 
                    2-3 Marcelino Bernal (miss), 2-4 Marc Rieper.

10/01/1995, Riyadh (Saudi Arabia), King Fahd Stadium, 20000
Intercontinental Cup
ARGENTINA           0
NIGERIA             0
Argentina:          Carlos Bossio, Roberto Ayala [c], José Chamot, Javier Zanetti, Hugo Pérez,
                    Néstor Fabbri, Ariel Ortega, Marcelo Escudero, Gabriel Batistuta, 
                    Sebastián Rambert, Christian Bassedas.
Nigeria:            Peter Rufai [c], Augustine Eguavoen, Ben Iroha, Uche Okechukwu, 
                    Mutiu Adepoju, Augustine Okocha (Sam Pam 72'), Emmanuel Amunike, 
                    Samson Siasia, Daniel Amokachi, Efan Ekoku (Momodu Mutaru 76'),
                    Uche Okafor.
Referee:            Ali Bujsaim (UAE).
Coaches:            Argentina: Daniel Passarella.
                    Nigeria: Shaibu Amadu.
Cards:              Argentina: Hugo Pérez [Y 30'], Roberto Ayala [Y 64'].
                    Nigeria: Emmanuel Amunike [Y 77'], Ben Iroha [Y 80'].

13/01/1995, Riyadh (Saudi Arabia), King Fahd Stadium, 20000
Intercontinental Cup
MEXICO              1 (Ramón Ramírez 20' pen)
NIGERIA             1 (Daniel Amokachi 31')
Mexico won 5-4 on penalties.
Mexico:             Jorge Campos, Claudio Suárez, Ignacio Ambríz (Benjamín Galindo 89'),
                    Ramón Ramírez, Marcelino Bernal, Carlos Hermosillo, Alberto García Aspe, 
                    Jorge Rodriguez, Luis García, Joaquín Del Olmo, Raúl Gutiérrez.
Nigeria:            Peter Rufai [c], Augustine Eguavoen, Ben Iroha, Uche Okechukwu, 
                    Mutiu Adepoju, Dominic Iorfa (Barnabas Imenger 75'), Augustine Okocha,
                    Emmanuel Amunike, Samson Siasia, Daniel Amokachi, Uche Okafor.
Referee:            Ion Craciunescu (Romania).
Coaches:            Mexico: Miguel Mejía Barón.
                    Nigeria: Shaibu Amadu.
Cards:              Mexico: Alberto García Aspe [Y 15'], Joaquín Del Olmo [Y 23'], 
                            Luis García [Y 52'], Jorge Campos [Y 79'], 
                            Marcelino Bernal [Y 83'].
                    Nigeria: Augustine Eguavoen [Y 22'], Ben Iroha [Y 47'], 
                             Barnabas Imenger [Y 80'].
Penalties:          0-1 Augustine Okocha, 1-1 Alberto García Aspe, 1-2 Mutiu Adepoju,
                    2-2 Luis García, 2-3 Augustine Eguavoen, 3-3 Benjamín Galindo, 
                    3-4 Ben Iroha, 4-4 Carlos Hermosillo, 4-4 Emmanuel Amunike (miss),
                    5-4 Claudio Suárez.

13/01/1995, Riyadh (Saudi Arabia), Kind Fahd Stadium, 35000
Intercontinental Cup
DENMARK             2 (Michael Laudrup 8' pen, Peter Rasmussen 75')
ARGENTINA           0
Denmark:            Mogens Krogh, Jakob Friis-Hansen, Marc Rieper, Jes Høgh, Michael Schjønberg,
                    Brian Steen Nielsen, Michael Laudrup [c] (Morten Wieghorst 26'), 
                    Brian Laudrup, Jacob Laursen (Jens Risager 61'), Jesper Kristensen, 
                    Peter Rasmussen.
Argentina:          Claudio Bossio, Roberto Ayala [c], José Chamot, Javier Zanetti, 
                    Néstor Fabbri, Ariel Ortega, Marcelo Escudero, Gabriel Batistuta, 
                    Sebastián Rambert (Marcelo Espina 75'), Jorge Jiménez (Gustavo López 65'), 
                    Christian Bassedas.
Referee:            Ali Bujsaim (UAE).
Coaches:            Denmark: Richard Møller Nielsen.
                    Argentina: Daniel Passarella.
Cards:              Denmark: Jesper Kristensen [Y 41'], Jes Høgh [Y 75'].
                    Argentina: Javier Zanetti [Y 30'], José Chamot [Y 35' R 88'], 
                               Néstor Fabbri [Y 60'].

18/01/1995, La Coruña, Estadio Riazor, 22000
Friendly International
SPAIN               2 (Juan Antonio Pizzi 2', Donato 81')
URUGUAY             2 (Daniel Fonseca 18', Pablo Bengoechea 39')
Spain:              Andoni Zubizarreta (Santiago Cañizares 46'), Alberto Belsué, 
                    Abelardo, Rafael Alkorta, Sergi (Miguel Ángel Nadal 46'), Donato,
                    Fernando Hierro, Julen Guerrero (José Amavisca 46'), Francisco González,
                    Jon Andoni Goikoetxea (Luis Enrique 46'), Juan Antonio Pizzi 
                    (Sebastián Losada 46').
Uruguay:            Claudio Arbiza, Ruben Alzueta (Washington Tais 46'), Oscar Aguirregaray,
                    Álvaro Gutiérrez (Darío Silva 46'), Paolo Montero, Diego Dorta,
                    Eber Moas, Pablo Bengoechea [c] (Marcelo Otero 85'), Gustavo Poyet,
                    Daniel Fonseca (Ricardo Canals 65'), Enzo Françescoli 
                    (Álvaro Recoba 65').
Referee:            Atanas Ouzounov (Bulgaria).
Coaches:            Spain: Javier Clemente.
                    Uruguay: Héctor Núñez.

23/01/1995, Wellington, Newtown Park, 4000
Friendly
NEW ZEALAND         2 (Simon Elliott 24', Mark Elrick 69')
DENMARK U23         1 (Rodger Gray 11' OG)
New Zealand:        Jason Batty, Rodger Gray [c], Simon Elliott, Mike McGarry, Mark Elrick,
                    Darren McClellan.
Denmark U23:        Claus Udengaard, Per Nielsen, Kenni Somner, Steffen Hojer
Coaches:            New Zealand: Bobby Clark (Scotland).
                    Denmark U23: Jan Poulsen.
Notes:              5 players missing from New Zealand line-up.
                    7 players missing from Denmark line-up.
                    Not a full FIFA international.

24/01/1995, Toronto, 10024
Skydome Cup
CANADA              0
DENMARK LEAGUE      1 (Lars Højer Nielsen 52')
Canada:             Craig Forrest, Iain Fraser, Randy Samuel, Mark Watson, Frank Yallop,
                    Geoff Aunger, Lyndon Hooper (Nick Dasovic 58'), Colin Miller, 
                    Carlo Corrazzin, Alex Bunbury (Eddie Berdusco 87'), Paul Peschosolido.
Denmark League:     Mogens Krogh, Anders Bjerre, Jes Høgh, Jacob Laursen, Torben Boye, 
                    Jesper Kristensen, Henrik Larsen, Bo Hansen (Per Frandsen 83'),
                    Erik Bo Andersen (Johansson 46'), Lars Højer Nielsen, 
                    Peter Rasmussen.
Referee:            Zimmerman Boulos (USA).
Coaches:            Canada: Bob Lenarduzzi.
                    Denmark League:
Cards:              Canada: None.
                    Denmark League: Henrik Larsen [Y 43'].
Notes:              Match is a full FIFA international.
                    Goal-scorer also reported as Bo Hansen.

25/01/1995, Mount Maunganui
Friendly
NEW ZEALAND         2 (Mark Elrick pen, Neil Harlock)
DENMARK U23         4 (Ulrik Pedersen 2, Kim Daugaard pen, Peter Sorensen)
Referee:            Dennis Wilson (New Zealand).
Coaches:            New Zealand: Bobby Clark (Scotland).
                    Denmark U23: Jan Poulsen.
Cards:              New Zealand: Perry Cotton [R].
Note:               5 yellow cards in total.
                    Not a full FIFA international.

26/01/1995, Toronto, 13658
Skydome Cup
CANADA              1 (Alex Bunbury 82')
PORTUGAL            1 (Folha 10')
Canada:             Pat Onstad, Rudy Doliscat (Ian McLean 46'), Randy Samuel, Mark Watson,
                    Iain Fraser (Ian Carter 88'), Geoff Aunger, Fernando Aguiar, Nick Dasovic,
                    Carlo Corrazzin (Eddie Berdusco 67'), Paul Peschosolido, Alex Bunbury.
Portugal:           Neno, Rui Bento, Secretário, Jorge Costa, Paulo Madeira, Nelo,
                    Antônio Caetano (Alves 62'), Vado (Calado 62'), Pedro Barbosa,
                    Folha, Sá Pinto (Barroso 89').
Coaches:            Canada: Bob Lenarduzzi.
                    Portugal:
Cards:              Canada: Paul Peschisolido [Y 53'].
                    Portugal: Vado [Y 26'], Calado [Y 74'], Sá Pinto [Y 79'].
Referee:            Zimmerman Boulos (USA).
Note:               The exact names of Portuguese players Alves and Barroso are not confirmed.

31/01/1995, Hong Kong, Government Stadium, 45000
Carlsberg Cup
HONG KONG LEAGUE    1 (Chung Su Cheng 26')
YUGOSLAVIA          3 (Albert Nagy 18', Savo Milosevic 42', 82')
Hong Kong League:   Kuistra, Jan Kin Val, Chung Su Cheng, Ironside,
                    Lee Kin Joo (Bealen 57'), Lo Kan Van, Ochea, Ignjic,
                    Greere, Yoo Keenli, Perkins.
Yugoslavia:         Goran Pandurovic (Aleksandar Kocic 84'), Zoran Mirkovic, Goran Djorovic 
                    (Miodrag Pantelic 83'), Goran Saula, Nisa Saveljic, Budimir Vujacic, 
                    Dejan Govedarica, Albert Nagy, Darko Kovacevic (Sasa Curcic 63'), 
                    Dragan Stojkovic (Dejan Stefanovic 89'), Savo Milosevic.
Referee:            Fong Fat-Wah (Hong Kong).
Coaches:            Hong Kong League:
                    Yugoslavia: Slobodan Santrac.
Cards:              Hong Kong League: None.
                    Yugoslavia: Nisa Saveljic [Y], Goran Djorovic [Y].
Notes:              Match is a full FIFA international, although it is not regarded as a full
                    international by Yugoslavia.
                    Referee also reported as Wang Wan (Hong Kong).

31/01/1995, Hong Kong, Government Stadium
Carlsberg Cup
SOUTH KOREA U21     1 (Choi Yong-Soo)
COLOMBIA            0
South Korea U21:
Colombia:           René Higuita, Wílmer Cabrera, Jorge Bermúdez, Arley Dinas, 
                    José Santa, Bonner Mosquera (Arley Betancourt 61'), Hermán Gaviria,
                    Luis Quiñónez, Oscar Pareja, John Jairo Gómez, Alex Comas 
                    (Alonso Alcibar 61').
Referee:            Cheung Chung-Ping (Hong Kong).
Note:               Match is a full FIFA international, although it is not regarded as a full
                    international by South Korea or Colombia.

??/02/1995
Friendly
NEW ZEALAND U17     3
SINGAPORE           4
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

01/02/1995, San Diego (USA), Jack Murphy Stadium, 18775
Friendly International
MEXICO              1 (Eustacio Rizo 18')
URUGUAY             0
Mexico:             Jorge Campos, Jorge Rodríguez, Claudio Suárez, Manuel Vidrio,
                    Camilo Romero, Alberto Coyote (Raúl Gutiérrez 77'), Marcelino Bernal,
                    Alberto García Aspe (Joaquín Del Olmo 46'), Ramón Ramírez 
                    (Mauricio Gallaga 46'), Eustacio Rizo (Luis Hernández 46'),
                    Cuauhtémoc Blanco.
Uruguay:            Oscar Ferro, Washington Tais (Diego Tito 65'), Álvaro Gutiérrez,
                    Eber Moas, Tabaré Silva, Nelson Abeijón, Diego Dorta, Raúl Omar Otero
                    (Álvaro Recoba 65'), Pablo Bengoechea, Sergio Daniel Martínez,
                    Darío Silva (Edgardo Adinolfi 65').
Referee:            Arturo Angeles (USA).
Coaches:            Mexico: Miguel Mejía Barón.
                    Uruguay: Héctor Núñez.

04/02/1995, Hong Kong, Government Stadium
Carlsberg Cup
HONG KONG LEAGUE    1 (Dale Tempest 72')
COLOMBIA            3 (Héctor Botero 4', Víctor Pacheco 77', Luis Quiñónez 84')
Hong Kong League:
Colombia:           Oscar Córdoba, Wílmer Cabrera, Alex Fernández, Jorge Bermúdez, 
                    Héctor Botero, Bonner Mosquera (Víctor Pacheco 46'), Luis Quiñónez, 
                    Arley Betancourth (Oscar Pareja 60'), Hamilton Ricard (John Jairo Gómez 58'), 
                    Hermán Gaviria, Alonso Alcibar.
Referee:            Chan Yam-Ming (Hong Kong).
Coaches:            Hong Kong League:
                    Colombia: Hernán Darío Gómez.
Note:               Match is a full FIFA international.

04/02/1995, Hong Kong, Government Stadium, 45000
Carlsberg Cup
YUGOSLAVIA          1 (Darko Kovacevic 50')
SOUTH KOREA U21     0
Yugoslavia:         Zvonko Milojevic, Zoran Mirkovic, Goran Djorovic, Marko Perovic 
                    (Sasa Curcic 88'), Goran Saula, Nisa Saveljic, Dejan Govedarica, 
                    Albert Nagy (Radoslav Samardzic 87'), Darko Kovacevic 
                    (Miodrag Pantelic 74'), Dragan Stojkovic [c], Savo Milosevic.
South Korea U21:    Lee Woon-Jae, Kim Sang-Hoon, Cho Jong-Hwa, Yoo Sang-Cheol, Lee Ki-Hyung
                    (Choi Sung-Yong 65'), Park Choong-Kyun, Choi Yoon-Yeol, Yoon Jung-Hwan
                    (Cho Jin-Ho 68'), Ko Jung-Woon [c], Woo Sung-Yong (Yoon Jung-Choon 46'),
                    Choi Yong-Soo.
Referee:            Ng Yim-Kin (Hong Kong).
Coaches:            Yugoslavia: Slobodan Santrac.
                    South Korea U21: Anatoly Byshovets (Ukraine).
Cards:              Yugoslavia: Nisa Saveljic [Y], Marko Perovic [Y], Darko Kovacevic [Y],
                                Dejan Govedarica [Y].
                    South Korea U21: Park Choong-Kyun [Y], Choi Yoon-Yeol [Y], 
                                     Woo Sung-Yong [Y], Yoon Jung-Hwan [Y], Ko Jung-Woon [Y].
Note:               Match is a full FIFA international, although it is not regarded as a full
                    international by South Korea or Yugoslavia.

08/02/1995, Brisbane, Lang Park, 13212
Friendly International
AUSTRALIA           0
COLOMBIA            0
Australia:          Zeljko Kalac, Tony Vidmar, Milan Ivanovic, Alex Tobin, Tony Popovic,
                    Paul Wade, Damian Mori, Jason Polak, Stan Lazaridis, Steve Corica 
                    (Gabriel Mendez 63'), John Markovski (Danny Tiatto 78').
Colombia:           René Higuita, Wilmer Cabrera (Héctor Botero 77'), Jorge Bermúdez, 
                    Arley Dinas, José Fernando Santa, Bonner Mosquera, Luis Quiñónez 
                    (Víctor Pacheco 59'), Hermán Gaviria, Oscar Pareja, John Jairo Gómez,
                    Hamilton Ricard (Alonso Alcibar 61').
Referee:            John Fraser (Australia).
Coaches:            Australia: Eddie Thomson.
                    Colombia: Hernán Darío Gómez.

11/02/1995, Sydney, Sydney Football Stadium, 15000
Friendly International
AUSTRALIA           0
COLOMBIA            1 (Hamilton Ricard 66')
Australia:          Zeljko Kalac, Tony Vidmar, Jason Polak, Milan Ivanovic, Tony Popovic, 
                    Alex Tobin [c], Damian Mori (John Markovski 62'), Warren Spink,
                    Steve Horvat (Gabriel Mendez 72'), Steve Corica, Stan Lazaridis. 
Colombia:           René Higuita (Oscar Córdoba 46'), José Fernando Santa, Alex Fernández,
                    Jorge Bermúdez, Héctor Mario Botero, John Jairo Gómez, 
                    Víctor Danilo Pacheco, Hermán Gaviria, Bonner Mosquera, Arley Betancourth 
                    (Luis Quiñónez 65'), Hamilton Ricard.
Referee:            Eugene Brazzale (Australia).
Coaches:            Australia: Eddie Thomson.
                    Colombia: Hernán Darío Gómez.
Cards:              Australia: Jason Polak [Y 70'].
                    Colombia: Bonner Mosqera [Y 10'], Arley Betancourth [Y 53'], 
                              Víctor Danilo Pacheco [Y 75'].

14/02/1995, Mendoza, Malvinas Argentinas, 42615
Friendly International
ARGENTINA           4 (Marcelo Gallardo 33' pen, 36' pen, Sebastián Rambert 55', 65')
BULGARIA            1 (Nasko Sirakov 51')
Argentina:          Carlos Bossio, Rodolfo Arruabarrena (Juan Pablo Sorín 72'), Roberto Ayala,
                    Pablo Rotchen, Javier Zanetti, Christian Bassedas, Marcelo Gallardo 
                    (Daniel Garnero 60'), Jorge Jiménez, Roberto Montserrat, Ariel Ortega 
                    (Gullermo Barros Schelotto 66'), Sebastián Rambert (Hernán Crespo 66').
Bulgaria:           Dimitar Popov (Ivko Ganchev 46'), Sasho Angelov, Trifon Ivanov, 
                    Adalbert Zafirov, Dean Angelov (Vladimir Yonkov 74'), Zlatko Yankov, 
                    Ilian Kiriakov, Anatoli Nankov (Ivailo Yordanov 71'), Nasko Sirakov, 
                    Boncho Genchev (Engibar Engibarov 81'), Velko Yotov 
                    (Petar Mihtarski 79').
Referee:            Eduardo Gamboa (Chile).
Coaches:            Argentina: Daniel Passarella.
                    Bulgaria: Dimitar Penev.
Cards:              Argentina: 
                    Bulgaria: Trifon Ivanov [R 35'], Ilian Kiriakov [R 56'].

15/02/1995, Sydney, Sydney Football Stadium, 4541
Friendly International
AUSTRALIA           2 (John Markovski 6', Steve Corica 41')
JAPAN               1 (Yoshiyuki Hasegawa 16')
Australia:          Zeljko Kalac, Tony Vidmar, Jason Polak, Steve Horvat, Tony Popovic, 
                    Alex Tobin [c], John Markovski (Danny Tiatto 69'), Warren Spink,
                    Gabriel Mendez (Damian Mori 59'), Steve Corica, Stan Lazaridis.
Japan:              Shigetatsu Matsunaga (Noboyuki Kojima 61'), Hiroshige Yanagimoto,
                    Tetsuji Hashiratani, Masami Ihara, Tadashi Nakamura (Akira Narahashi 46'),
                    Kenta Hasegawa (Toshiya Fujita 77'), Motohiro Yamaguchi, Masayiko Maezono,
                    Hajime Moriyasu (Hisashi Kurosaki 77'), Masahiro Fukuda 
                    (Tsuyoshi Kitazawa 46'), Yoshiyuki Hasegawa.
Referee:            Richard Lorenc (Australia).
Coaches:            Australia: Eddie Thomson.
                    Japan: Shu Kamo.

15/02/1995, Port of Spain, Queen's Park Oval, 500
Friendly International
TRINIDAD/TOBAGO     2 (Marvin Raeburn 53' pen, Stern John 90')
FINLAND             1 (Joonas Kolkka 21')
Trinidad/Tobago:
Finland:            Petri Jakonen (Antti Niemi 46'), Rami Nieminen,
                    Aki Hyryläinen, Anders Eriksson, Petri Helin (Tom Enberg 46'),
                    Sami Hyypiä, Rami Rantanen, Antti Heinola, Ari Hjelm 
                    (Mika Kottila 46'), Jukka Ruhanen (Harri Ylonen 53'), Joonas Kolkka.
Referee:            Hayden Holder (Trinidad/Tobago).
Coaches:            Finland: Jukka Ikalainen.
Notes:              This match is not regarded as a full international by Finland.
                    Date also reported as 14/02/1995.
                    Finland player Kottila is not confirmed as Mika Kottila.

17/02/1995, Port of Spain
Friendly International
TRINIDAD/TOBAGO     2 ()
FINLAND             2 (Petri Helin, Joonas Kolkka)
Trinidad/Tobago:
Finland:            Antti Niemi (Petri Jakonen 46'), Rami Nieminen (Tom Enberg 63'),
                    Markku Kanerva, Anders Eriksson, Petri Helin, Sami Hyypiä,
                    Rami Rantanen, Antti Heinola, Ari Hjelm [c], Petri Tiainen 
                    (Jasse Jalonen 75'), Joonas Kolkka.
Referee:            Austin Eric Harewood (Trinidad/Tobago).
Coaches:            Finland: Jukka Ikalainen.

21/02/1995, Mount Maunganui, Trustbank Park, 6000
Friendly International
NEW ZEALAND         3 (Mark Elrick, Simon Elliott, Darren McClennan)
SINGAPORE           0
New Zealand:        Jason Batty, Perry Cotton, Graeme Marshall, Rodger Gray [C], 
                    Kelly McLoughlin, Michael McGarry, Stu Jacobs, Chris Jackson 
                    (Gavin Wilkinson), Simon Elliott, Darren McClennan, Mark Elrick.
Singapore:
Coaches:            New Zealand: Bobby Clark.
                    Singapore: Doug Moore ().
Referee:            

22/02/1995, Fortaleza, Estádio Castelão, 87000
Friendly International
BRAZIL              5 (Souza 45', Bebeto 68', 90', Túlio 77', Márcio Santos 87')
SLOVAKIA            0
Brazil:             Taffarel, Cafu, Aldair (Ricardo Rocha 77'), Márcio Santos, Branco 
                    (André 69'), Leandro-RJ, Dunga, Souza (Yan 77'), Juninho Paulista, Bebeto,
                    Sávio (Túlio 69').
Slovakia:           Ladislav Molnár, TomᚠStúpala, Dušan Tittel, Marián Zeman,
                    Vladimír Kinder, Róbert Tomaschek, Vladimír Weiss (Marek Ujlaky 59'),
                    Július Šimon (Viliam Hyravý 87'), Ivan Kozák, Vladislav Zvara,
                    Ľubomir Luhový (Pavol Gostič 77').
Referee:            Francisco Dacildo Mourão (Brazil).
Coaches:            Brazil: Zagallo.
                    Slovakia: Jozef Vengloš.
Cards:              Brazil: 
                    Slovakia: Marián Zeman [R 58'].
Note:               Túlio's goal is also attributed to Márcio Santos.

25/03/1995, Dallas, Cotton Bowl, 12242
Friendly International
USA                 2 (John Kerr 9', Earnie Stewart 67')
URUGUAY             2 (Marcelo Otero 75', Gustavo Poyet 83')
USA:                Juergen Sommer, Lawrence Lozzano (Zak Ibsen 46'), Alexi Lalas,
                    Paul Caligiuri, Jeff Agoos, Cobi Jones, Mike Burns, Chad Deering 
                    (Ante Razov 46'), John Kerr, Jovan Kirovski, Earnie Stewart.
Uruguay:            Oscar Ferro, Gustavo Méndez, Diego López, Álvaro Gutiérrez,
                    Edgardo Adinolfi, Claudio Elías, Raúl Omar Otero (Nelson Abeijón 64'),
                    Gustavo Poyet, Marcelo Tejera (Darío Silva 64'), Marcelo Otero, 
                    Osvaldo Canobbio.
Referee:            Antonio Marrufo (USA).
Coaches:            USA: Steve Sampson.
                    Uruguay: Héctor Núñez.
Note:               Match abandoned at 84' due to bad weather (tornado).

26/03/1995, Beirut
Friendly International
LEBANON             1
EGYPT               1
Referee:            

29/03/1995, Goiânia, Estádio Serra Dourada, 35000
Friendly International
BRAZIL              1 (Túlio 45' pen)
HONDURAS            1 (Presley Carson 15')
Brazil:             Danrlei, Bruno Carvalho, Gélson, Argel, Jéfferson (Sérgio Manoel),
                    Zé Elias, Leandro-RJ, Souza (Sávio), Juninho Paulista (Amoroso), 
                    Túlio, Viola.
Honduras:           Wilmer Cruz, Edgar Sierra, Hernaín Arzú, Oscar Ulloa, Oscar Lagos, 
                    ?. Reyes, Camilo Bonilla, Amado Guevara, José Ramón Romero 
                    (?. Avila), Presley Carson (Giovanni Avila), Víctor Martín Castro.
Coaches:            Brazil: Zagallo.
                    Honduras:
Referee:            Antônio Pereira Da Silva (Brazil).

29/03/1995, London, Wembley, 34849
Friendly International
ENGLAND             0
URUGUAY             0
England:            Tim Flowers, Rob Jones, Tony Adams, Gary Pallister, Graeme Le Saux
                    (Steve McManaman 46'), Darren Anderton, Barry Venison, David Platt [c]
                    (Nick Barmby 66'), John Barnes, Peter Beardsley, Teddy Sheringham
                    (Andy Cole 71').
Uruguay:            Oscar Ferro, Diego López, Oscar Aguirregaray, Álvaro Gutiérrez,
                    Paolo Montero, Diego Dorta, Pablo Bengoechea [c], Gustavo Poyet,
                    Gabriel Cedrés, Daniel Fonseca, Enzo Françescoli (Darío Silva 85').
Referee:            Hellmut Krug (Germany).
Coaches:            England: Terry Venables.
                    Uruguay: Héctor Núñez.
Cards:              England: Graeme Le Saux [Y].
                    Uruguay: Oscar Aguirregaray [Y], Paolo Montero [Y], Gustavo Poyet [Y],
                             Pablo Bengoechea [Y].

29/03/1995, Los Angeles (USA), Memorial Coliseum, 59188
Friendly International
MEXICO              1 (Luis García 33')
CHILE               2 (Marcelo Salas 12', Iván Zamorano 77' pen)
Mexico:             Jorge Campos (? 46'), Claudio Suárez, Ignacio Ambríz,
                    José Luis Salgado, Joaquín del Olmo (Mauricio Gallaga 46'), 
                    Jorge Rodríguez, Marcelino Bernal, Alberto García Aspe, Ramón Ramírez
                    (Víctor Ruíz 57'), Luis García, Luis Roberto Alves (Hugo Pineda 46').
Chile:              Alex Varas, Gabriel Mendoza, Cristián Castañeda (Clarence Acuña),
                    Javier Margas (Pedro Jaque 69'), Eduardo Vilches, Fabián Guevara, 
                    Esteban Valencia, Nelson Parraguez, José Luis Sierra (Marcelo Vega), 
                    Iván Zamorano (Ian McNiven 79'), Marcelo Salas.
Referee:            Arturo Angeles (USA).
Coaches:            Mexico: Miguel Mejía Barón.
                    Chile: Xabier Azkargorta (Spain).
Cards:              Mexico: José Luis Salgado [R 89'].
                    Chile: 

31/03/1995, Beograd, Stadio Crvene zvezde, 28288
Friendly International
YUGOSLAVIA          1 (Savo Milosevic 71')
URUGUAY             0
Yugoslavia:         Goran Pandurovic [c] (Zvonko Milojevic 83'), Zoran Mirkovic,
                    Goran Djorovic, Goran Saula, Nisa Saveljic (Marko Perovic 57'),
                    Dejan Stefanovic (Damir Cakar 73'), Albert Nagy, Dejan Govedarica 
                    (Sasa Curcic 83'), Darko Kovacevic, Dejan Petkovic, Savo Milosevic
                    (Miodrag Pantelic 81').
Uruguay:            Oscar Ferro, Gustavo Méndez, Oscar Aguirregaray, Paolo Montero, 
                    Tabaré Silva (Edgardo Adinolfi 62'), Diego Dorta (Nelson Abeijón 27'),
                    Claudio Elías, Pablo Bengoechea [c] (Marcelo Tejera 62'), Raúl Omar Otero
                    (Osvaldo Canobbio 77'), Enzo Françescoli (Gabriel Cedrés 46'), Darío Silva.
Referee:            Sándor Puhl (Hungary).
Coaches:            Yugoslavia: Slobodan Santrac.
                    Uruguay: Héctor Núñez.
Cards:              Yugoslavia: None.
                    Uruguay: Enzo Françescoli [Y].

31/03/1995, Damascus
Friendly International
SYRIA               1
EGYPT               2
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

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