2001 MATCHES

INTERCONTINENTAL (July - September).

01/07/2001, Sapporo, Sapporo Dome, 39073     
Kirin Cup
JAPAN               2 (Atsushi Yanagisawa 16', 50') 
PARAGUAY            0
Japan:              Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi, Naoki Matsuda, Ryuzo Morioka [c], Koji Nakata,
                    Yasuhiko Hato, Junichi Inamoto, Kazuyuki Toda (Teruyoshi Ito 87'),
                    Shinji Ono (Toshihiro Hattori 70'), Hiroaki Morishima (Chikara Fujimoto
                    89'), Atsushi Yanagisawa (Yoshiteru Yamashita 90+'), Takayuki Suzuki
                    (Masashi Nakayama 78').
Paraguay:           José Luis Chilavert [c], Néstor Isasi (Pánfilo Escobar 73'), Nelson Zelaya,
                    Juan Daniel Cáceres, Denis Ramón Caniza, Daniel Sanabria (Alfredo Amarilla
                    60'), Julio César Enciso, Gustavo Morínigo (Víctor Quintana 46'),
                    Virgilio Ferreira, Diego Gavilán (Arístides Masi 84'), Miguel Cáceres
                    (Nelson Cuevas 55').
Referee:            Panya Hanlumyaung (Thailand)
Coaches:            Japan: Philippe Troussier (France).
                    Paraguay: Sergio Markarián (Uruguay).
Cards:              Japan: Koji Nakata [Y 62'], Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi [Y 68'].
                    Paraguay: Denis Ramón Caniza [Y 82'], Víctor Quintana [R 81'].

02/07/2001, East Rutherford (USA), Giants Stadium
Friendly International
EL SALVADOR         0
ECUADOR             1 (Kléber Chalá 87')
El Salvador:
Ecuador:            Geovanny Ibarra, Marlon Ayoví, Iván Hurtado, Giovanny Espinoza, 
                    Raúl Guerrón, Alfonso Obregón (Edison Méndez), Juan Carlos Burbano, 
                    Juan Aguinaga (Kléber Chalá), Wellington Sánchez, Ángel Fernández, 
                    Iván Kaviedes (Ebelio Ordóñez).
Referee:
Coaches:            El Salvador:
                    Ecuador: Hernán Darío Gómez (Colombia).

04/07/2001, Oita, Big Eye Park, 38147
Kirin Cup
JAPAN               1 (Junichi Inamoto 21')
YUGOSLAVIA          0
Japan:              Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi, Naoki Matsuda (Tsuneyasu Miyamoto 68'), Ryuzo
                    Morioka, Koji Nakata, Yasuhiko Hato, Junichi Inamoto, Kazuyuki Toda,
                    Shini Ono (Toshihiro Hattori 46'), Hiroaki Morishima (Teruyoshi Ito 70'),
                    Akinori Nishizawa (Masashi Nakayama 89'), Takayuki Suzuki (Tatsuhiko
                    Kubo 77'). 
Yugoslavia:         Sasa Stevanovic (Predrag Ristovic 86'), Vuk Rasovic (Damir Cakar 80'), 
                    Dusan Petkovic (Milovoje Cirkovic 86'), Sasa Zoric, Dejan Ognjanovic,
                    Milan Dudic (Radovan Krivokapic 21'), Dragan Stojkovic [c], Goran Trobok
                    (Dejan Radenovic 73'), Aleksandar Zivkovic, Igor Bogdanovic (Borislav
                    Stevanovic 64'), Petar Divic. 
Referee:            Vijay Rahman (Singapore)
Coaches:            Japan: Philippe Troussier (France).
                    Yugoslavia: Vujadin Boskov.
Cards:              Japan: none.
                    Yugoslavia: Vuk Rasovic [Y 67'], Aleksandar Zivkovic [Y 73'].

07/07/2001, Miami (USA), Orange Bowl, 10000
Friendly International
HONDURAS            1 (Saúl Martínez 47')
ECUADOR             1 (Kléber Chalá 90')
Honduras:           Júnior Morales, Límber Pérez, Leonardo Morales, David Cárcamo,
                    Carlos Güity, Oscar Lagos, Danilo Turcios, Amado Guevara, 
                    Reynaldo Pineda, Saúl Martínez, Marvin Brown.
                    [Subs Used: Mario Rodríguez, Elmer Mejía, Juan Carlos Raudales, 
                    Hesler Phillips].
Ecuador:            José Francisco Cevallos, Ángel Fernández, Iván Hurtado, Raúl Guerrón,
                    Marlon Ayoví, Kléber Chalá, Giovanny Espinoza, Edison Méndez, 
                    Edwin Tenorio (Alfonso Obregón 52'), Iván Kaviedes (Wálter Ayoví 73'), 
                    Wellington Sánchez.
Referee:            Richard Green (USA).
Coaches:            Honduras: Ramón Maradiaga.
                    Ecuador: Hernán Darío Gómez (Colombia).
Cards:              Honduras: Leonardo Morales [Y], Marvin Brown [Y], 
                              Límber Pérez [Y 20', R 33']
                    Ecuador: Iván Hurtado [Y], Iván Kaviedes [Y], Edwin Tenorio [Y], 
                             Wellington Sánchez [R 17'].
Notes:              Ecuador coach Hernán Darío Gómez was 'sent off' at 30'.
                    It is also reported that Francisco Aguilar played as a substitute for 
                    Ecuador, that the Ecuador goal-scorer was Espinoza, that the Honduras
                    goal-scorer was Turcios, and that the Honduras red card was for Pineda.

12/07/2001, Isle of Man
Island Games 
GREENLAND           4 (Tom Nielsen, Anders Petersen, ?, ?)
FALKLAND ISLANDS    0
Note:               Not a full FIFA international 

12/07/2001, Cali (Colombia), Pascual Guerrero, 
Copa América
BRAZIL              0
MEXICO              1 (Jared Borgetti 5')
Brazil:             Marcos, Alessandro (Juninho Pernambucano 63'), Cris,
                    Roque Júnior, Roger, Fábio Rochemback, Émerson, Alex,
                    Juninho Paulista (Guilherme 46'), Geovanni, Jardel
                    (Denílson 46').
Mexico:             Oscar Pérez, Manuel Vidrio, Jesús Arellano, Rafael Márquez, 
                    Ramón Heriberto Morales, Gerardo Torrado, Alberto García Aspe, 
                    Johan Rodríguez (Daniel Osorno 80'), Jared Borgetti, Ramón Carlos Morales,
                    Miguel Ángel Zepeda (Sigifredo Mercado 80').
Referee:            Oscar Ruiz (Colombia).
Coaches:            Brazil: Luiz Felipe Scolari.
                    Mexico: Javier Aguirre.
Cards:              Brazil: Fábio Rochemback [Y 30'], Émerson [Y 36'],
                              Roque Júnior [Y 71'].
                    Mexico: Ramón Carlos Morales [Y 32'], Johan Rodríguez [Y 61'],
                            Ramón Heriberto Morales [Y 75'].

14/07/2001, Freiburg im Breisgau (Germany)
Friendly International
MONACO              2 (Damien Choisit, Serge Turuanni)
TIBET               1 ()
Monaco:             [Squad: Anthony Minioni, André Alessandria, Damien Choisit,
                    Kevin Desarzens, Franck Brasseur, Jean-Charles Gastaud, Lionel Albrand,
                    Eric Fissore, Stéphane Khemila, Stéphane Crema, Gérald Fighiera,
                    Jean-Paul Pennacino, Yohan Garino, Serge Turuanni [c]].
Tibet:
Coaches:            Monaco: Pascal Arnould.
                    Tibet:
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

15/07/2001, Cali (Colombia), Pascual Guerrero
Copa América
PARAGUAY            0
MEXICO              0
Paraguay:           Ricardo Tavarelli, Néstor Isasi, Juan Daniel Cáceres, Daniel Sanabria, 
                    Estanislao Struway (Julio Gonzalez 76'), Edgar Robles 
                    (Miguel Cáceres 46'), Guido Alvarenga, Virgilio Ferreira, Pánfilo Escobar,
                    Julio César Enciso, Silvio Garay (Alfredo Amarilla 46').
Mexico:             Adrian Martinez, Alberto Rodríguez, Manuel Vidrio, Rafael Márquez, 
                    Ignacio Hierro, Octavio Váldez (Ramón Carlos Morales 46'), 
                    Sigifredo Mercado, Alberto García Aspe, Cesáreo Victorino, Daniel Osorno
                    (Juan Rodríguez 51'), Antonio De Nigris (Jared Borgetti 64').
Referee:            Rogger Zambrano (Ecuador).
Coaches:            Paraguay: Sergio Markarián (Uruguay).
                    Mexico: Javier Aguirre.
Cards:              Paraguay: Alfredo Amarilla [Y 48'], Néstor Isasi [Y 68').
                    Mexico: Sigifredo Mercado [Y 34'], Ignacio Hierro [Y 66'].

16/07/2001, Medellín (Colombia), Atanasio Girardot, 17000
Coup América
HONDURAS            2 (Amado Guevara 53', 68')
BOLIVIA             0
Honduras:           Noel Valladares, Ninrod Medina, David Cárcamo, Jorge Samuel Caballero,
                    Ricky García, Carlos Güity (Límber Pérez 29'), Oscar Lagos (Robel
                    Bernárdez 87'), Amado Guevara, Julio César León, Saúl Martínez.
Bolivia:            Carlos Arias, Luis Gatty Ribeiro, Eduardo Jiguchi, Marco Sandy, Lorgio
                    Álvarez, Ronald Raldés (Limberg Gutiérrez 46'), Franz Calustro, 
                    Julio César Baldivieso (Marcelo Carballo 78'), Joaquín Botero, 
                    Ronald García, Líder Paz (Milton Coimbra 66').
Referee:            John Jairo Toro (Colombia).
Coaches:            Honduras: Ramón Maradiaga.
                    Bolivia: Carlos Aragonés.
Cards:              Honduras: Oscar Lagos [Y 51'].
                    Bolivia: Limberg Gutiérrez [Y 76'], Marco Sandy [R 73'], 
                             Milton Coimbra [R 81'].   

16/07/2001, Medellín (Colombia), Atanasio Girardot, 17000
Copa América
URUGUAY             1 (Carlos María Morales 53')
COSTA RICA          1 (Paulo César Wanchope 28')
Uruguay:            Gustavo Munúa, Carlos Díaz, Gonzalo Sorondo [c], Joe Bizera, 
                    Christian Callejas, Diego Pérez, Andrés Martínez (Jorge Anchén 51'), 
                    Rodrigo Lemos (Sebastián Eguren 58'), Carlos María Morales 
                    (Carlos Gutiérrez 88'), Alejandro Curbelo, Richard Morales.
Costa Rica:         Erick Lonnis, Jervis Drummond, Luis Antonio Marín, Reynaldo Parks [c],
                    Gilberto Martínez, Walter Centeno, Mauricio Solís, Hernán Medford
                    (Rolando Fonseca 57'), Carlos Castro, Paulo César Wanchope, Ronald
                    Gómez (Steven Bryce 76').
Referee:            Carlos Eugenio Simón (Brazil).
Coaches:            Uruguay: Víctor Púa.
                    Costa Rica: Alexander Guimarães.
Cards:              Uruguay: Christian Callejas [Y 55'], Gonzalo Sorondo [Y 78'].
                    Costa Rica: Ronald Gómez [Y 53'], Paulo César Wanchope [Y 55'].

18/07/2001, Cali (Colombia), Pascual Guerrero
Copa América
PERU                1 (Roberto Holsen 48')
MEXICO              0
Peru:               Oscar Ibáñez, Walter Zevallos (Pedro García 46'),
                    José Soto, Martín Hidalgo, Juan Pajuelo, Juan Jayo,
                    José Del Solar, Jorge Soto, Darío Muchotrigo, Roberto
                    Holsen (Pedro Ascoy 89'), Abel Lobatón (Gustavo Tempone 63').
Mexico:             Oswaldo Sánchez, Alberto Rodríguez, Manuel Vidrio, Ramón Heriberto Morales,
                    Ramón Carlos Morales, Gerardo Torrado, Joaquín Reyes 
                    (Sigifredo Mercado 46'), Juan Rodríguez (Miguel Ángel Zepeda 46'), 
                    Jesús Arellano, Jared Borgetti, Cesáreo Victorino
Referee:            René Ortubé (Bolivia).
Coaches:            Peru: Julio César Uribe.
                    Mexico: Javier Aguirre.
Cards:              Peru: Martín Hidalgo [Y 18'], Abel Lobatón [Y 55'], 
                          Gustavo Tempone [Y 65'], Oscar Ibáñez [Y 89'],
                          Darío Muchotrigo [R 62'].
                    Mexico: Jared Borgetti [Y 53', YR 62'], Jesús Arellano [Y 55'].

19/07/2001, Medellín (Colombia), Atamanasio Girardot, 20000
Copa América
BOLIVIA             0
COSTA RICA          4 (Paulo César Wanchope 45', 71', Steven Bryce 63', Rolando Fonseca 84')
Bolivia:            Carlos Arias, Luis Gatty Ribeiro, Ronald Raldés, Eduardo Jiguchi,
                    Marcelo Carballo, Perco Colque (Lorgio Álvarez 46'), Raúl Justiniano,
                    Julio César Baldivieso, Roger Suárez, Limberg Gutiérrez, Joaquín Botero.
Costa Rica:         Ricardo González, Jervis Drummond, Robert Arias, Luis Antonio Marín, 
                    Austin Berry, Walter Centeno, Harold Wallace, Rodrigo Cordero, Ronald
                    Gómez (Steven Bryce 61'), Rolando Fonseca, Paulo César Wanchope (Mauricio
                    Solís 72').
Referee:            Luis Solórzano (Venezuela).
Coaches:            Bolivia: Carlos Aragonés.
                    Costa Rica: Alexander Guimarães.
Cards:              Bolivia: Raúl Justiniano [Y 25'], Eduardo Jiguchi [Y 38'], 
                             Roger Suárez [Y 85'].
                    Costa Rica: Rodrigo Cordero [Y 9'].

19/07/2001, Medellín (Colombia), Atanasio Girardot, 20000
Copa América
HONDURAS            1 (Amado Guevara 86')
URUGUAY             0
Honduras:           Noel Valladares, Ninrod Medina, David Cárcamo, Jorge Samuel Caballero,
                    Mario Rodríguez (Marvin Brown 86'), Carlos Güity, Ricky García, Amado
                    Guevara [c], Julio César León, Elvis Turcios, Saúl Martínez.
Uruguay:            Adrián Berbia, Carlos Díaz, Joe Bizera [c], Andrés Martínez 
                    (Diego Pérez 70'), Rodrigo Lemos (Jorge Anchén 82'), Carlos María Morales,
                    Alejandro Curbelo, Sebastián Eguren, Claudio Dadomo, Carlos Gutiérrez, 
                    Walter Guglielmone (Richard Morales 67').
Referee:            Roger Zambrano (Ecuador).
Coaches:            Honduras: Ramón Maradiaga.
                    Uruguay: Víctor Púa.
Cards:              Honduras: Jorge Samuel Caballero [Y 26'], Carlos Güity [Y 57'], 
                              Julio César Leon [Y 89'].
                    Uruguay: Alejandro Curbelo [Y 10'], Joe Bizera [R 52'], 
                             Sebastián Eguren [R 80']. 
 
22/07/2001, Pereira (Colombia), Estadio Hernán Ramírez Villegas, 20000
Copa América
CHILE               0
MEXICO              2 (Jesús Arellano 17', Daniel Osorno 78')
Chile:              Sergio Vargas; Ricardo Rojas, Luis Fuentes, Pedro Reyes, Eros Pérez
                    (Manuel Neira 66'); Alejandro Osorio, Claudio Maldonado (David Henríquez),
                    Marco Villaseca; Rodrigo Núñez (Rodrigo Valenzuela 41'); Reinaldo Navia,
                    Cristián Montecinos.
Mexico:             Oscar Pérez, Alberto Rodríguez (Miguel Ángel Zepeda 26'), Rafael Márquez,
                    Manuel Vidrio, Ramón Heriberto Morales, Gerardo Torrado, Ramón Carlos
                    Morales, Alberto García Aspe, Johan Rodríguez (Sigifredo Mercado 66'),
                    Jesús Arellano, Antonio De Nigris (Daniel Osorno 70'). 
Referee:            Carlos Eugenio Simón (Brazil).
Coaches:            Chile: Pedro García.
                    Mexico: Javier Aguirre.
Cards:              Chile: Ricardo Rojas [Y 24'], Marco Villaseca [Y 37'].
                    Mexico: Antonio De Nigris [Y 37'], Manuel Vidrio [Y 54'],
                            Oscar Pérez [Y 67'].

22/07/2001, Arménia (Colombia), Estadio Centenario, 29000
Copa América
COSTA RICA          1 (Paulo César Wanchope 52')
URUGUAY             2 (Rodrigo Lemos 60' pen, Pablo Lima 87')
Costa Rica:         Erick Lonnis, Jervis Drummond, Reynaldo Parks [c], Luis Antonio Marín, 
                    Gilberto Martínez, Carlos Castro, Mauricio Solís, Walter Centeno 
                    (Rodrigo Cordero 69'), Ronald Gómez (Steven Bryce 65'), Rolando Fonseca, 
                    Paulo César Wanchope.
Uruguay:            Gustavo Munúa, Jorge Anchén, Carlos Gutiérrez, Gonzalo Sorondo [c], 
                    Alejandro Curbelo, Pablo Lima, Diego Pérez, Christian Callejas, 
                    Rodrigo Lemos (Andrés Martínez 90'), Carlos María Morales 
                    (Ruben Olivera 70'), Richard Morales.
Referee:            Oscar Julián Ruiz (Colombia).
Coaches:            Costa Rica: Alexander Guimarães.
                    Uruguay: Víctor Púa.
Cards:              Costa Rica: Luis Antonio Marín [Y 26'], Mauricio Solis [Y 28'], 
                                Erick Lonnis [Y 32'], Paulo César Wanchope [Y 88'].
                    Uruguay: Christian Callejas [Y 10'], Carlos Morales [Y 32'], 
                             Gustavo Munúa [Y 90'].

22/07/2001, Bihac, Borici, 5000
Friendly International
BOSNIA              2 (Sead Seferovic 8', Miroslav Dujmovic 11')
IRAN                2 (Sirous Dinmohammadi 5', Fraz Fatemi 90')
Bosnia:             Almir Tolja, Asmir Ikanovic, Dzelaludin Muharemovic, Bulend Biscevic, 
                    Sead Seferovic, Miroslav Dujmovic, [5 missing].
Iran:               Ibrahim Mirzapour, Rahman Rezaei, Afshin Peyrovani, Mehdi Hasheminasab
                    (Behrouz Rahbarifar 75'), Ali Reza Nikbakht-Vahedi, Mojahed Khaziravi
                    (Yahya Golmohammadi 65'), Sirous Dinmohammadi (Javad Kazemiyan 77'), 
                    Hamid Kavianpour, Mehrdad Minavand, Ali Karimi, Ali Samereh 
                    (Faraz Fatemi 86').
Referee:                 
Coaches:            Bosnia: Miso Smajlovic.
                    Iran: Miroslav BlaŽević (Croatia).
Cards:              Bosnia: none.
                    Iran: Ali Reza Nikbakht-Vahedi [Y 25']. 

23/07/2001, Manizales (Colombia), Palo Grande, 30000
Copa América
BRAZIL              0
HONDURAS            2 (Belletti 57' OG, Saúl Martínez 88')
Brazil:             Marcos, Belletti, Luisão (Juninho Paulista 46'), Juan, Cris, Júnior,
                    Eduardo Costa (Jardel 65'), Émerson, Alex (Juninho Pernambucano 46'),
                    Guilherme, Denílson.
Honduras:           Noel Valladares, Límber Pérez, Ninrod Medina, Ricky García, Jorge
                    Samuel Caballero, Elvis Turcios (Mario Rodríguez 68'), David Cárcamo,
                    Amado Guevara, Robel Bernárdez, Julio César León (Júnior Izaguirre 88'),
                    Saúl Martínez.
Referee:            Ubaldo Aquino (Paraguay).
Coaches:            Brazil: Luiz Felipe Scolari.
                    Honduras: Ramón Maradiaga.
Cards:              Brazil: Eduardo Costa [Y 45'], Júnior [Y 60'], Émerson [R 82'].
                    Honduras: Saúl Martínez [Y 55'], Ninrod Medina [Y 89'], 
                              David Cárcamo [R 82'].

24/07/2001, Evreux (France)
Friendly International
QATAR               1 (Walid Hamza)
MACEDONIA           0
Qatar:              Hussein Al-Rumayhi (Ahmed Khalil 46'), Raed Ya'aqoub, Mohammed Gholam,
                    Salman Musabbah, Jassem Al-Tamimi, Abdulrahman Mahmoud (Khaled Saleh 66'),
                    Abdullah Hassan, Ahmed Moussa (Dahi Al-Noubi 46'), Meshel Mubarak,
                    Meerghani Al-Zein (Walid Hamza 46'), Mubarak Mustafa.
Macedonia:
Coaches:            Qatar:
                    Macedonia: Gjore Jovanovski.

25/07/2001, Pereira, Hernán Ramírez Villegas, 20000
Copa América
MEXICO              2 (Jared Borgetti 14', Alberto Garcia Aspe 67' pen)
URUGUAY             1 (Richard Morales 32')
Mexico:             Oscar Pérez, Jesús Arellano, Rafael Márquez (Alberto Rodríguez 62'),
                    Manuel Vidrio, Ramón Heriberto Morales, Ramón Carlos Morales, 
                    Alberto García Aspe [c], Miguel Ángel Zepeda (Sigifredo Mercado 33'), 
                    Johan Rodríguez (Antonio De Nigris 55'), Gerardo Torrado, Jared Borgetti.
Uruguay:            Gustavo Munúa, Gonzalo Sorondo, Joe Bizera [c] (Fabián Estoyanoff 75'),
                    Pablo Lima, Christian Callejas, Diego Pérez, Rodrigo Lemos
                    (Ruben Olivera 67'), Carlos María Morales, Carlos Gutiérrez,
                    Richard Morales, Jorge Anchén (Carlos Díaz 60').
Referee:            Ángel Sánchez (Argentina). 
Coaches:            Mexico: Javier Aguirre.
                    Uruguay: Víctor Púa.
Cards:              Mexico: Alberto García Aspe [Y 21', R 87'], Rafael Márquez [Y 39'], 
                            Antonio De Nigris [Y 78'], Gerardo Torrado [Y 89'], 
                            Manuel Vidrio [R 90'].
                    Uruguay: Pablo Lima [Y 44'], Jorge Anchén [Y 53'], 
                             Christian Callejas [Y 58'], Diego Pérez [Y 90'], 
                             Carlos María Morales [R 45'], Richard Morales [R 90'].

26/07/2001, Manizales, Palo Grande, 40000
Copa América
COLOMBIA            2 (Gerardo Bedoya 6', Víctor Aristizábal 63')
HONDURAS            0
Colombia:           Oscar Córdoba, Iván López, Iván Córdoba, Mario Yepes, Gerardo
                    Bedoya, Juan Carlos Ramírez, Freddy Grisales, Fabián Vargas, Elkin
                    Murillo (John Restrepo 90'), Giovanny Hernández, Víctor Aristizábal
                    (Eulalio Arriaga 72').
Honduras:           Noel Valladares, Límber Pérez, Jorge Samuel Caballero, Ninrod Medina,
                    Carlos Güity, Robel Bernárdez, Ricky García (Reinaldo Pineda 60'), Elvis
                    Turcios (Mario Rodríguez 67'), Amado Guevara, Julio César León, Saúl
                    Martínez (Marvin Brown 73').
Referee:            Mario Sánchez (Chile).
Coaches:            Colombia: Francisco Maturana.
                    Honduras: Ramón Maradiaga.
Cards:              Colombia: Juan Carlos Ramírez [Y 29'].
                    Honduras: Ricky García [Y 28'], Julio César León [Y 28'], 
                              Amado Guevara [Y 32'], Limberth Pérez [Y 78'].

29/07/2001, Bogotá, Nemesio Camacho 'El Campín', 45000
Copa América
URUGUAY             2 (Joe Bizera 21', Andrés Martínez 44')
HONDURAS            2 (Saúl Martínez 14', Junior Izaguirre 41')
Honduras won 5-4 on penalties.
Uruguay:            Adrián Berbia, Carlos Díaz, Carlos Gutiérrez, Gonzalo Sorondo [c],
                    Joe Bizera, Claudio Dadomo (Pablo Lima 85'), Andrés Martínez
                    (Julio Rodríguez 65'), Diego Pérez, Rodrigo Lemos, Fabián Estoyanoff, 
                    Walter Guglielmone (Ruben Olivera 56').
Honduras:           Henry Enamorado, Jorge Samuel Caballero, Júnior Izaguirre, Leonardo
                    Morales (Ninrod Medina 80'), Límber Pérez, Ricky García, Robel
                    Bernárdez, Elvis Turcios (Mario César Rodríguez 64'), Amado Guevara [c]
                    (Gesler Philips 89'), Reinaldo Pineda, Saúl Martínez. 
Referee:            Gilberto Hidalgo (Peru).      
Coaches:            Uruguay: Víctor Púa.
                    Honduras: Ramón Maradiaga.
Cards:              Uruguay: Joe Bizera [Y 16'], Gonzalo Sorondo [Y 41'], 
                             Fabián Estoyanoff [Y 43'], Andrés Martínez [Y 45+'].
                    Honduras: Leonardo Morales [Y 13'], Reinaldo Pineda [Y 78'].
Penalties:          1-0 Gonzalo Sorondo, 1-1 Reinaldo Pineda, 1-1 Carlos Gutiérrez (save),
                    1-2 Saúl Martínez, 2-2 Julio Rodríguez, 2-3 Ricky García, 
                    3-3 Rodrigo Lemos, 3-4 Ninrod Medina, 4-4 Ruben Olivera, 
                    4-5 Júnior Izaguirre.

29/07/2001, Bogotá, Nemesio Camacho, 45000
Copa América
MEXICO              0
COLOMBIA            1 (Iván Córdoba 65')
Mexico:             Oscar Pérez, Alberto Rodríguez (Miguel Ángel Zepeda 74'), Sigifredo
                    Mercado, Ramón Heriberto Morales, Gerardo Torrado, Octavio Váldez,
                    Johan Rodríguez (Daniel Osorno 67'), Ramón Carlos Morales, Juan
                    Rodríguez, Jesús Arellano (Cesáreo Victorino 54'), Jared Borgetti.
Colombia:           Oscar Córdoba, Iván López, Iván Córdoba, Mario Yepes, Gerardo Bedoya,
                    Juan Carlos Ramírez, Freddy Grisales, Fabián Vargas, Giovanny Hernández
                    (Mauricio Molina 87'), Víctor Aristizábal (Jairo Castillo 31'), Elkin
                    Murillo. 
Referee:            Ubaldo Aquino (Paraguay).
Coaches:            Mexico: Javier Aguirre.
                    Colombia: Francisco Maturana.
Cards:              Mexico: Ramón Carlos Morales [Y 70'], Juan Rodríguez [R 79'], Gerardo
                            Torrado [Y 22', YR 90'].

01/08/2001, Riyadh, Prince Faisal bin Fahd bin Abdul Aziz Stadium
Friendly International
SAUDI ARABIA        1 (Obeid Al-Dossari 64')
MACEDONIA           1 (Goran Maznov 24')
Saudi Arabia:       Mabrouk Zayed, Ahmed Al-Dukhi, Bassem Al-Yami, Ahmed Khalil
                    (Mohammad Al-Khilaiwi 70'), Saleh Al-Saqri (Mohammad Al-Jahani 46'),
                    Ibrahim Al-Suwayyed (Ibrahim Al-Harbi 66'), Monaf Bou-Shqeir 
                    (Saoud Kariri 70'), Omar Al-Ghamdi, Mohamed Noor, Sami Al-Jaber,
                    Marzouq Al-Otaibi (Obaid Al-Dossari 46').
Macedonia:

03/08/2001, Shanghai (China), 2000
Shanghai Four Nations Tournament
KUWAIT              1 (Al-Failakawi 53')
TRINIDAD/TOBAGO     1 (Angus Eve 85')
Trinidad/Tobago won 4-3 on penalties.
Kuwait:              
Trinidad/Tobago:    Michael McComie, Anton Pierre, Keyeno Thomas, Dale Saunders, Nigel
                    Pierre, Adrian Narine (Conrad Smith 63'), Marlon Cayonne (Addison
                    Belfon 63'), Travis Mulraine (Sherman Phillip 81'), Cyd Gray, Stokely
                    Mason, Angus Eve.
Referee:
Coaches:            Kuwait:
                    Trinidad/Tobago:

04/08/2001, East Rutherford (USA), Meadowlands Stadium, 41794
Friendly International
COLOMBIA            2 (Oscar Díaz 5', Elson Becerra 28')
LIBERIA             1 (James Debbah 36') 
Colombia:           Juan Carlos Henao, Gerardo Vallejo, Andrés Orozco, Pablo Navarro, 
                    Roberto Carlos Cortés, John Javier Restrepo, Oscar Díaz, 
                    Leonardo Rojano (Orlando Ballesteros 46'), Neíder Morantes 
                    (Luis Chará 46'), Mauricio Molina, Elson Becerra.
Liberia:            Louis Crayton, Thomas Kojo, Varmah Kpoto, Dionysius Sebwe, 
                    Joe Nagbe, Kelvin Sebwe, George Weah (Alex Browne 73'), John Menyongai, 
                    Cristopher Wreh, James Debbah, Mass Sarr. 
Referee:
Coaches:            Colombia: Francisco Maturana.
                    Liberia: George Weah.

05/08/2001, Shanghai, 4000
Shanghai Four Nations Tournament
CHINA               3 (Hao Haidong 59', Su Maozhen 77', Zhang Yuning 83')
TRINIDAD/TOBAGO     0
China:              Jiang Jin (An Qi), Yu Genwei (Zhang Yuning 75'), Li Xiaopeng, Hao Haidong
                    (Su Maozhen), [7 missing].
Trinidad/Tobago:    Michael McComie, Keyeno Thomas (Marlon Cayonne 46'), Cyd Gray (Josh
                    Johnson 46'), Adrian Narine (Travis Mulraine 46'), Nigel Pierre, Angus
                    Eve (Sherman Phillip 46'), Addison Belfon, Stokely Mason (Nigel Daniel
                    46'), Dale Saunders, Anton Pierre, Conrad Smith.
Referee:
Coaches:            Trinidad/Tobago:
                    China: Bora Milutinovic (Yugoslavia).

08/08/2001, Tehran (Iran)
LG Cup
BOSNIA              4
SOUTH AFRICA B      2
Coaches:            Bosnia: Husnija Arapovic.
                    South Africa B: Ephraim Mashaba.
Note:               Not a full FIFA international

09/08/2001, Curitiba, Arena da Baixada, 10000
Friendly International
BRAZIL              5 (Edílson 60' pen, Alex 62', Euller 79', Juninho Paulista 87', 
                       Roberto Carlos 90')
PANAMA              0 
Brazil:             Marcos (Dida 68'), Juan, Roque Júnior, Cris, Alessandro (Vampeta 46'),
                    Eduardo Costa, Tinga (Juninho Paulista 68'), Leonardo (Alex 58'), 
                    Roberto Carlos, Marcelinho 'Paraíba' (Denílson 63'), Edílson (Euller 63').
Panama:             Oscar McFarlane (Francisco Portillo 87'), Luis Moreno (Ernesto Dawner 75'),
                    Ubaldo Guardia, Mario Anthony Torres, Gilberto Walter, Roberto Correa, 
                    Juan Carlos Cubillas, Ricardo Paschal (Clovis Vergara 80'), 
                    Ángel Luis Rodríguez (Luis Alberto Blanco 73'), Roberto Brown 
                    (Luis Tejada 66'), Alfredo Anderson (Luis Parra 70').
Referee:            Carlos Eugênio Simon (Brazil).
Coaches:            Brazil: Luiz Felipe Scolari.
                    Panama: Mihai Stoichită (Romania).

10/08/2001, Tehran (Iran), Azadi Stadium
LG Cup
OMAN                2 (Hani Al-Dhabet 36', Mohsin Saleh 88')
SOUTH AFRICA B      0 
Coaches:            Oman: Bernd Stange (Germany).
                    South Africa B: Ephraim Mashaba.
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

10/08/2001, Tehran, Azadi Stadium, 75000
LG Cup
IRAN                4 (Mehdi Hasheminasab 6', Ali Daei 67', 90+', Ali Karimi 82')
BOSNIA              0  
Iran:               Ibrahim Mirzapour (Davoud Fanaei 46'), Rahman Rezaei, Karim Bagheri,
                    Mehdi Hasheminasab, Javad Kazemiyan (Rejhad Jamsheedi 46'), Ali Reza
                    Nikbakht-Vahedi, Sirous Dinmohammadi (Behrouz Rahbarifar 75'), Hamed
                    Kavianpour, Mehrdad Minavand, Ali Karimi, Ali Daei.
Bosnia:             Almir Tolja, Bulent Biscevic, Admir Adzem, Asmir Ikanovic, Ramiz Husic, 
                    Admir Velagic, ?. Doric, Sead Seferovic, Sanel Jahic, Almir Memic, 
                    Dzelaludin Muharemovic.
                    [Subs: Jusefbegovic, Saravic].
Referee:            Tajuldeen Faris (Syria).
Coaches:            Iran: Miroslav Blažević (Croatia).
                    Bosnia: Husnija Arapovic.
Cards:              Iran: Ali Reza Nikbakht-Vahedi [Y 67'].
                    Bosnia: Admir Adzem [R 90'].   

15/08/2001, Shizuoka, ECOPA Stadium, 46404
AFC/OFC Challenge Cup
JAPAN               3 (Atsushi Yanagisawa 19', Toshihiro Hattori 53', Masashi Nakayama 65' pen)
AUSTRALIA           0  
Japan:              Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi [c], Naoki Matsuda, Ryuzo Morioka, Koji Nakata, 
                    Toshihiro Hattori, Hiroaki Morishima (Daisuke Oku 77'), Teruyoshi Ito, 
                    Kazuyuki Toda, Yasuhiko Hato (Tomokazu Myojin 73'), Atsushi Yanagisawa 
                    (Masashi Nakayama 62'), Takayuki Suzuki. 
Australia:          Jason Petkovic, Luke Casserly, Steve Laybutt (Angelo Costanzo 61'), 
                    Steve Horvat [c], Fausto De Amicis, Kasey Wehrman, Scott Chipperfield, 
                    Steve Corica, Mark Robertson (Con Boutsianis 46'), John Aloisi 
                    (Saso Petrovski 69'), David Zdrilic. 
Referee:            Jianjun Zhang (China).
Coaches:            Japan: Philippe Troussier(France).
                    Australia: Frank Farina (Australia).
Cards:              Japan: Ryuzo Morioka [Y 42'].
                    Australia: Fausto De Amicis [Y 64'], Kasey Wehrman [Y 89'], 
                               Angelo Costanzo [Y 91'].

15/08/2001, Solna, Råsunda, 28766
Friendly International
SWEDEN              3 (Henrik Larsson 5' pen, Marcus Allbäck 56', Anders Andersson 85')
SOUTH AFRICA        0 
Sweden:             Magnus Hedman, Olof Mellberg (Michael Svensson 77), Patrick Andersson [c] 
                    (Pontus Kåmark 58'), Johan Mjällby, Teddy Lucic 
                    (Christoffer Andersson 72'), Tobias Linderoth, Niclas Alexandersson 
                    (Anders Andersson 46'), Fredrik Ljungberg (Anders Svensson 46'), 
                    Fredrik Söderström, Marcus Allbäck, Henrik Larsson.
South Africa:       Hans Vonk, Pierre Issa, Frank Schoeman, Andrew Rabutla (Bradley August
                    86'), Bradley Carnell (Jacob Lekgetho 75'), Siyabonga Nomvete, John
                    Moshoeu, Eric Tinkler, Delron Buckley (Dumisa Ngobe 58'), Benedict
                    McCarthy (Phil Masinga 69'), Shaun Bartlett [c].
Referee:            Michael Riley (England).
Coaches:            Sweden: Tommy Söderberg and Lars Lagerbäck.
                    South Africa: Carlos Queiroz (Portugal).
Cards:              Sweden: none.
                    South Africa: Pierre Issa [Y 25']. 

15/08/2001, Bratislava, 3421
Friendly International
SLOVAKIA            3 (TomᚠOravec 18', 19', Róbert Vittek 30')
IRAN                4 (Ali Karimi 7', 17', 83', Ali Reza Nikbakht-Vahedi 43')
Slovakia:           Miroslav König (Miroslav Hýll 46'), Miroslav Karhan, Peter Németh 
                    (Peter Dzúrik 46'), Milan Timko, Vladimír Kinder, Vladimír Labant,
                    Igor Bališ, TomᚠOravec (Marián Šuchančok 71'), Vratislav Greško
                    (Attila Pinte 46'), Vladimír Janočko (Henrich Benčík 68'), Róbert Vittek
                    (Peter Babnič 46').
Iran:               Ibrahim Mirzapour (Davoud Fanaei 46'), Rahman Rezaei, Behrouz
                    Rahbarifar, Yahya Golmohammadi (Javad Kazemiyan 59'), Mehdi Mahdavikia,
                    Ali Reza Nikbakht-Vahedi (Vahid Hashemian 52'), Sirous Dinmohammadi,
                    Javad Nekounam (Pejman Jamsheedi 80'), Mehrdad Minavand, Ali Karimi,
                    Ali Daei.
Referee:            Drago Kos (Slovenia).
Coaches:            Slovakia: Jozef Adamec.
                    Iran: Miroslav Blažević (Croatia).
Cards:              Slovakia: Miroslav Karhan [Y 59'].
                    Iran: Ali Karimi [Y 69'].    

15/08/2001, Drnovice, FK Drnovice, 6596
Friendly International
CZECH REPUBLIC      5 (Pavel Nedvěd 29', Miroslav Baranek 65', 85', 90+' pen, 
                       Vratislav Lokvenc 74')
SOUTH KOREA         0
Czech Republic:     Pavel Srníček, Zdeněk Grygera, Petr Johana (Jan Velkoborský 79'), 
                    Jiří Novotný, Roman Týce, Jiří Jarošík (Marek Jankulovski 50'),
                    Pavel Nedvěd [c], Patrik Berger, TomᚠRosický (Miroslav Baranek 64'), 
                    Jan Koller (Vratislav Lokvenc 59'), Milan Baroš (Luděk Stracený 73'). 
South Korea:        Lee Woon-Jae, Kang Cheol, Song Jong-Gook, Lee Ki-Hyung (Lee Eul-Yong 74'), 
                    Lee Min-Sung, Kim Nam-Il, Lee Young-Pyo, Choi Sung-Yong, Ahn Jung-Hwan
                    (Lee Cheon-Soo 56'), Seol Ki-Hyun, Hwang Seon-Hong (Lee Dong-Gook 65').
Referee:            Ladislav Gádoši (Slovakia).
Coaches:            Czech Republic: Jozef Chovanec.
                    South Korea: Guus Hiddink (Netherlands).
Cards:              Czech Republic: none.
                    South Korea: Kang Cheol [Y 90+'].  

23/08/2001, Veracruz, Luis 'Pirata' Fuente, 15000
Friendly International
MEXICO              5 (Ramón Carlos Morales 4', Johan Rodríguez 8', Jared Borgetti 51', 
                       Manuel Vidrio 74', Antonio De Nigris 89')
LIBERIA             4 (George Weah 25', Mass Sarr 39', Aaron Pobleh 50', Dionysius Sebwe 72')
Mexico:             Oscar Pérez, Alberto Rodríguez (Cesáreo Victorino 81'), Manuel Vidrio,
                    Claudio Suárez, Ramón Heriberto Morales (Melvín Brown 46'), 
                    Ramón Carlos Morales (Tomás Campos 46'), Germán Villa, Alberto García Aspe,
                    Johan Rodríguez (Sigifredo Mercado 46'), Jesús Arellano, Jared Borgetti
                    (Antonio De Nigris 75').
Liberia:            Louis Crayton, Thomas Kojo, Varmah Kpoto, Dionysius Sabwe, Joe Nagbe,
                    Kelvin Sabwe (Emmanuel Negre 84'), George Weah, Fallah Johnson, Mass Sarr, 
                    Alex Brown (Hedi Kingston 83'), Aaron Pobleh.
Referee:            Jose Benigno Pineda(Honduras).
Coaches:            Mexico: Javier Aguirre.
                    Liberia: George Weah.
Cards:              Mexico: none.
                    Liberia: Thomas Kojo [Y 51'], Varmah Kpoto [Y 55'], 
                             Dionysius Sebwe [Y 60', YR 75'], Joe Nagbe [Y 63'].

01/09/2001, Santiago, Estadio Nacional, 72728
Friendly International
CHILE               2 (Pablo Galdames 4', Reinaldo Navia 51')
FRANCE              1 (David Trézéguet 74')
Chile:              Sergio Vargas (Nelson Tapia 73'); Francisco Rojas, Pedro Reyes,
                    Jorge Vargas, Mauricio Aros (Rodrigo Pérez 69'); Ricardo Rojas
                    (Luis Fuentes 78'), Pablo Galdames, Clarence Acuña, Rodrigo Tello
                    (Esteban Valencia 83'); Reinaldo Navia (Cristián Montecinos 60'), 
                    Iván Zamorano (Claudio Núñez 88').
France:             Ulrich Ramé, Lilian Thuram (Willy Sagnol 88'), Marcel Desailly 
                    (Frank Leboeuf 46'), Mikaël Silvestre, Bixente Lizarazu, Patrick Vieira
                    (Claude Makelele 63'), Emmanuel Petit, Sylvain Wiltord (Thierry Henry 46'),
                    Zinedine Zidane, Robert Pires (Steve Marlet 69'), David Trézéguet.
Referee:            Daniel Orlando Giménez (Argentina).
Coaches:            Chile: Pedro García.
                    France: Roger Lemerre.
Cards:              Chile: Sergio Vargas [Y], Pablo Galdames [Y], Clarence Acuña [Y].
                    France: Marcel Desailly [Y], Bixente Lizarazu [Y], Zinedine Zidane [Y],
                            Frank Leboeuf [Y].

05/09/2001, Piacenza, Leonardo Garilli, 19000
Friendly International
ITALY               1 (Damiano Tommasi 18')
MOROCCO             0
Italy:              Francesco Toldo, Fabio Cannavaro [c] (Valerio Bertotto 50'), 
                    Daniele Bonera, Marco Materazzi, Gianluca Zambrotta (Luciano Zauri 61'),
                    Damiano Tommasi (Alessio Tacchinardi 46'), Gennaro Gattuso, Francesco Coco,
                    Stefano Fiore (Fabio Liverani 55'), Filippo Inzaghi, Marco Di Vaio
                    (Giuseppe Pancaro 85').
Morocco: 	    Driss Benzekri, Mohamed Kharbouche, Akram Roumani, Noureddine Naybet [c],
                    Abdeslam Ouaddou, Abdelilah Fahmi (Youssef Rossi 90+'), Youssef Chippo 
                    (Othmane El-Assas 72'), Rachid Ben Mahmoud (Abdelkrim Kaissi 65'), 
                    Salaheddine Bassir, Youssef Safri (Mohamed Benchifra 79'), Hicham Zerouali 
                    (Adil Ramzi 79'). 
Referee:            Ansategui Rocha (Spain).
Coaches:            Italy: Giovanni Trapattoni.
                    Morocco: Humberto Coelho (Portugal).
Cards:              Italy: Alessio Tacchinardi [R 83'].
                    Morocco: Youssef Safri [Y].

13/09/2001, Daejeon, Hanbat World Cup Stadium, 40000
Friendly International
SOUTH KOREA         2 (Lee Cheon-Soo 65', Choi Yong-Soo 77')
NIGERIA             2 (Chukwu Ndukwe 8', 38')
South Korea:        Lee Woon-Jae, Kang Cheol (Choi Sung-Yong 46'), Kim Tae-Young, 
                    Kim Sang-Shik, Choi Tae-Uk, Song Jong-Gook, Kim Nam-Il, Lee Eul-Yong,
                    Ahn Hyo-Yeon (Lee Cheon-Soo 46'), Choi Yong-Soo, Hwang Seon-Hong 
                    (Lee Dong-Gook 68').
Nigeria:            Murphy Akanji, Christopher Ogbonna Kanu, Kelechi Okoye, Rabiu Afolabi,
                    Eric Ejiofor, Ikpe Ekong, George Datoru, Thompson Ode, Felix Aladesanmi 
                    (Victor Shaka 84'), John Utaka, Chukwu Ndukwe [c].
Referee:            Chan Siu-Kee (Hong Kong).
Coaches:            South Korea: Guus Hiddink (Netherlands).
                    Nigeria: Shaibu Amodu (Nigeria).
Cards:              South Korea: Kim Sang-Shik [R 23'].
                    Nigeria: Thompson Ode [Y 35'], Ogbonna Kanu [Y 67']. 

16/09/2001, Busan, Asiad 2002 Stadium, 42186
Friendly International
SOUTH KOREA         2 (Kim Do-Hoon 58' pen, Lee Dong-Gook 90+')
NIGERIA             1 (Muisi Ajao 44')
South Korea:        Choi Eun-Sung, Kang Cheol, Kim Tae-Young, Choi Jin-Cheol, Song Jong-Gook,
                    Choi Sung-Yong, Kim Nam-Il, Lee Ki-Hyung, Lee Eul-Yong (Choi Tae-Uk 46'), 
                    Lee Cheon-Soo, Kim Do-Hoon, Lee Dong-Gook.
Nigeria:            Ndubuisi Egbo, Christopher Ogbonna Kanu, Eric Ejiofor, Patrick Ovie,
                    Muisi Ajao, Ikpe Ekong, Rabiu Afolabi, Emmanuel Ebiede (George Datoru 61'),
                    John Utaka, Kelechi Okoye (Thompson Ode 46'), Chukwu Ndukwe. 
Referee:            Weixin Zhou (China).
Coaches:            South Korea: Guus Hiddink (Netherlands).
                    Nigeria: Shaibu Amodu (Nigeria).
Cards:              South Korea: Choi Sung-Yong [Y 85'].
                    Nigeria: Muisi Ajao [Y 44'], Ikpe Ekong [Y 75'], George Datoru [Y 80'].

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