International Friendly Matches 2005


[Jan 8]

In Cairo
Egypt 3 (Amr Zaki 38, 67pen, Mohamed Shawky 63)
Uganda 0
HT: 1-0.

[Jan 12]

In St Johns (Antigua Recreation Ground)
Antigua and Barbuda 2 (Peter Byer 48, Rowan Isaac 57)
Trinidad and Tobago 1 (Nigel Pierre 55)
HT: 0-0. Att: 2,000.

In San Jose (Ricardo Saprissa Stadium)
Costa Rica 3 (Walter Centeno 2, Erick Scott 10, Andy Herron 13pen)
Haiti 3 (Eliphene Cadet 18, 39, Peter Germain 90+)
HT: 3-2. Ref: Greivin Porras (Costa Rica).
CRC: Alvaro Mesen; Luis Marin (Michael Umana 46), Pablo Chinchilla,
     Harold Wallace, Leonardo Gonzalez, Mauricio Solis (Heiner Segura
     83), Jose Luis Lopez, Steven Bryce (Carlos Hernandez 46), Walter
     Centeno (Jafet Soto 61), Erick Scott (Rolando Fonseca 61), Andy
     Herron (William Sunsing 69).
HAI: Luigi Beauzile; Pierre Bruny, Roosevelt Desir, Gilles Frantz,
     Kenold Versailles, Johnny Descolines, Peter Germain, C. Puques,
     Turlien Romulus, Louisvens Mesidor (Ulcenat Richardson 58),
     Eliphene Cadet.

[Jan 15]

In Los Angeles, California, USA (Memorial Coliseum)
Colombia 2 (Jaime Castillo 41pen, Edixon Perea 75)
South Korea 1 (Chung Kyung-ho 2)
HT: 1-1. Att: 20,000.
COL: Giraldo Gonzalez; Jimenez Garcia, Samuel Vanegas, Vasquez
     Castrillon (Sanclemento Casanas 69), Ramirez Gonzalez, Ayala
     Ramirez, John Viafara (Haider Palacio 49), Alexander Jaramillo,
     Hector Hurtado (Edixon Perea 46), David Ferreira, Jaime Castillo.
Sent off: Jaime Castillo 90+3.
KOR: Lee Woon-jae; Park Jae-hong (Kim Chi-gon 61), Kim Jin-kyu, You
     Kyoung-youl, Kim Dong-jin, Kim Jung-woo (Kim Do-heon 46), Kim
     Sang-sik (Kim Nam-il 46), Oh Beom-seok (Park Kyu-seon 74), Kim
     Dong-hun (Choi Sung-kuk 85), Nam Kung-do, Chung Kyung-ho (Lee
     Dong-gook 46).

[Jan 17]

In Los Angeles, California, USA (Memorial Coliseum)
Guatemala 1 (Carlos Ruiz 3)
Colombia 1 (Hector Hurtado 80)
HT: 0-1. Att: 15,000. Ref: Terry Vaughn (United States).
GUA: Miguel Klee; Nestor Martinez, Pablo Melgar, Angel Sanabria (Andres
     Rivera 69), Nelson Morales, Fredy Thompson, Gonzalo Romero (Jose
     Zacharias Antonio 79), Mario Rodriguez (Carlos Figueroa 69),
     Carlos Castillo (Carlos Quinonez 77), Juan Carlos Plata (Edwin
     Villatoro 46), Carlos Ruiz.
COL: Breiner Castillo; Samuel Vanegas, Pablo Pachon, Haider Palacio,
     John Viafara, Alexander Jaramillo (Hector Hurtado 62), Joel Faicet
     (Miguel Rojas 46), Andres Casanas, Edixon Perea (David Ferreira
     62), Macnelly Torres (Elkin Soto 74), Milton Rodriguez.

[Jan 19]

In Los Angeles, California, USA (Memorial Coliseum)
Paraguay 1 (Jose Cardozo 45pen)
South Korea 1 (Kim Jin-kyu 48)
HT: 1-0. Att: 10,000. Ref: Brian Hall (United States).
PAR: Justo Villar; Pedro Sarabia, Paulo Da Silva, Julio Manzur, Jorge
     Nunez, Carlos Bonnet (Edgar Gonzalez 87), Angel Ortiz, Mauro
     Monges, Julio Dos Santos, Jose Cardozo, Nelson Cuevaz (Juan
     Samudio 90).
KOR: Kim Young-kwang; Park Jae-hong, Kim Jin-kyu (Park Dong-hyuk 72),
     You Kyoung-youl, Kim Dong-jin, Kim Do-heon (Kim Sang-sik 80), Kim
     Nam-il, Park Kyu-seon, Kim Dong-hun (Chung Kyung-ho 60), Nam
     Kung-do (Choi Sung-kuk 77), Lee Dong-gook.

[Jan 21]

In Port-of-Spain (Hasely Crawford Stadium)
Trinidad and Tobago 1 (Scott Sealy 41)
Azerbaijan 0
HT: 1-0. Att: 500.
TRI: Daurance Williams; Marlon Rojas, Derek King, Anton Pierre, Atiba
     Charles; Anthony Rougier, Leslie Fitzpatrick (Cyd Gray), Jose Luis
     Seabra (Densil Theobald); Scott Sealey (Angus Eve), Cornell Glen
     (Nigel Pierre), Gary Glasgow.

[Jan 22]

In Kuwait City (National Stadium)
Kuwait 1 (Bashar Abdulaziz 27)
Norway 1 (Raymond Kvisvik 49)
HT: 1-0. Att: 200. Ref: Quasem Shaban (Kuwait).
KUW: Khalid Al-Fadhli; Khaled Al-Shammari, Ali Asel, Yousef Zayed,
     Waleed Jumah (Al-Khamis 59); Ahmad Al-Shammari, Mohammad
     Al-Mutairi (Kamal 59), Nohayer Al-Shammari (Nawaf Al-Shuwaye 89),
     Abdul Al-Dawood (Fahad Al-Hamad 90), Faraj Saeed (Husain
     Al-Shammari 59); Bashar Abdulaziz (Nawaf Humaidan 90).
NOR: 1-Espen Johnsen; 2-Jon Inge Hoiland (Frode Kippe 77), 3-Christer
     Basma, 4-Ragnvald Soma, 5-Jarl Andre Storbaek, 6-Oyvind Storflor
     (Roger Risholt 77), 7-Petter Rudi, 8-Ardian Gashi, 9-Raymond
     Kvisvik (Thomas Holm 64), 10-Bengt Saeternes (Lars Iver Strand 46),
     11-Ole Martin ┼rst.

In Carson, USA (Home Depot Center)
Sweden 1 (Marcus Rosenberg 86)
South Korea 1 (Chung Kyung-ho 70)
HT: 0-0. Att: 9,941. Ref: Kevin Stott (United States).
SWE: Eddie Gustafsson; Christoffer Andersson, Fredrik Risp, Teddy Lucic,
     Mikael Dorsin, Daniel Andersson, Niclas Alexandersson, Tobias
     Hysen (Petter Andersson 72), Martin Ericsson, George Mourad
     (Marcus Rosenberg 72), Fredrik Berglund.
KOR: Lee Woon-jae; Yoo Kyung-ryul, Park Jae-hong, Kim Jin-kyu, Kim
     Sang-sik (Kim Do-heon 71), Kim Nam-il (Kim Jung-woo 87), Kim
     Dong-jin, Chung Kyung-ho, Park Kyu-seon, Lee Dong-gook (Kim
     Dong-hyun 78), Kung Do-nam (Choi Sung-kuk 65).

[Jan 23]

In Bridgetown (National Stadium)
Barbados 3 (Michael Forde 41, 58, Kerry Bristow og 53)
Grenada 0
HT: 1-0.
BAR: Jason Boxhill; Sheridan Grosvenor (Elvis Defreitas 46), John
     Parris, Wayne Sobers, Gregory Goodridge, Norman Forde, Jeffrey
     Williams (Paul Lovell 48), Llewellyn Riley, Kirk Cox (Kent Hall
     58), Ryan Lucas, Michael Forde.
GRE: Andray Baptiste (Delano Charles 52); Franklyn Baptiste, Kenny
     Phillip (Brendan Mitchell 65), Robinson Morris (Marvin Frederick
     46), Kerry Bristow, Shane Rennie, Stephen Hood, Dorset Langaigne,
     Ian Perrotte (Richardson Ettienne 59), Dennis Rennie, Kyle Joseph
     (Hanson Cuffie 73).

In Los Angeles, California, USA (Memorial Coliseum)
Guatemala 1 (Andres Rivera 36)
Paraguay 2 (Nelson Cuevas 14, Julio Dos Santos 74)
HT: 1-1.
GUA: Paulo Motta; Victor Hernandez, Elton Brown (Guillermo Ramirez 46),
     Gustavo Cabrera, Nestor Martinez, Carlos Figueroa (Mario Navas 70),
     Jose Antonio Zacharias, Andres Rivera (Pablo Melgar 63), Carlos
     Quinonez (Maynor Davila 46), Carlos Ruiz (Hernan Sandoval 78),
     Dwight Pezzarossi (Edwin Villatoro 78).
PAR: Justo Villar (Aldo Bobadilla 46); Ismael Martinez, Pedro Sarabia,
     Julio Manzur, Jorge Nunez, Julio Dos Santos, Carlos Bonet, Angel
     Ortiz (Edgar Gonzalez 89), Mauro Monges (Aureliano Torres 68),
     Nelson Cuevas, Juan Samudio.

In Marabella (Mannie Ramjohn Stadium)
Trinidad and Tobago 2 (Nigel Pierre 21, Conrad Smith 67)
Azerbaijan 0
HT: 1-0. Att: 1,000. Ref: Ted Gordon (Trinidad and Tobago).
TRI: Daurance Williams; Avery John (Marlon Rojas 68), Derek King, Anton
     Pierre, Atiba Charles; Anthony Rougier (Angus Eve 46), Leslie
     Fitzpatrick (Conrad Smith 55), Cyd Gray, Jose Luis Seabra (Michael
     Celestine 81), Scott Sealey (Cornell Glen 55), Nigel Pierre
     (Densil Theobald 88).
AZE: Rauf Mehdiyev (Mikayil Yusifov 46); Rafael Amirbeyov, Samir
     Abbasov, Aftandil Hajiyev, Rashad Abdullayev, Rashad Abdullayev,
     Daniel Akhtyamov, Aslan Kerimov, Ismayil Mammadov (Iugar Nadirov
     25), Agil Mammadov, Iugar Nadirov (Vasif Hagverdiyev 46), Nadir
     Nabiyev, Kanan Kerimov.

[Jan 25]

In Manama (National Stadium)
Bahrain 0
Norway 1 (Raymond Kvisvik 49)
HT: 0-0. Att: 4,000. Ref: Abdulla Al-Bammai (UAE).
BHR: Mohamed Ali Hassan Abdulla; Sayed Mohamed Adnan Mahfoodh, Husain
     Baba, Mohamed Juma Basheer (Abdulla Rahman Marzooq 46), Aala Ahmed
     Hubail (Saleh Ahmed Farhan 46), Rashed Rahman Al Doseri (Hussain
     Ali Hassan Ali 84), Mahmood Jalal Ebrahim Al Wedae, Husain Salman
     Maki Habib (Ahmed Hassan Taleb Mohamed 73), Salman Isa Ghuloom Ali
     (Husain Ali Ahmed 73), Adel Abbas Abdulla Abbas, Rashid Jamal
     Salem Mohamed (Mohamed Ahmed Salmeen 46).
NOR: 1-Espen Johnsen; 3-Christer Basma (16-Thomas Holm 46), 2-Trond
     Andersen (13-Ragnvald Soma 80), 4-Frode Kippe, 5-Erlend Hanstveit;
     7-Petter Rudi (17-Roger Risholt 46), 9-Ardian Gashi; 6-Oyvind
     Storflor (15-Espen Hoff 46), 8-Lars Iver Strand, 10-Raymond
     Kvisvik (18-Espen Sorgard 67); 11-Bengt Saeternes (19-Ole Martin
     Arst 46).
Sent off: Ole Martin Arst 90.

In Riyadh
Saudi Arabia 3 (Hamza Edris 42, Abdullah Al-Jamaan 60, Saleh Al-Saqri 66)
Tajikistan 0
HT: 1-0.

[Jan 26]

In Ambato
Ecuador 2 (Otilino Tenorio 88, 90+1)
Panama 0
HT: 0-0. Att: 5,000. Ref: Luis Vasco (Ecuador).
ECU: Edwin Villafuerte; Eric De Jesus, Ivan Hurtado (Jorge Guagua),
     Renan Calle (Juan Trivino), Oscar Bagui (Leonardo Soledispa);
     Marlon Ayovi (Carlos Caicedo), Edwin Tenorio (Antonio Valencia),
     Christian Lara, Luis Fernando Saritama (Fricson George); Walter
     Calderon (Roberto Mina), Ivan Kaviedes (Otilino Tenorio).
PAN: Jaime Penedo; Luis Moreno, Victor Miranda (Jose Justavino), Joel
     Solanilla, Luis Enriquez; Engin Mitre, Gabriel Gomez (Juan Carlos
     Cubillas), Roberto Stewart, William Aguilar (Armando Gun); Roberto
     Brown, Ricardo Phillips (Luis Tejada).

In Kuwait City
Kuwait 3 (Rafat Mohammed og 8, Abdulrahman Mussa 70, Nawaf Humaidan 83)
Syria 2 (Mahmoud Amneh 39, Raja Rafa'e 74)
HT: 1-1.

In San Diego, California, USA (Petco Park)
Mexico 0
Sweden 0
Att: 35,521. Ref: Brian Hall (United States).
MEX: 1-Oscar Perez; 6-Carlos Salcido, 15-Hugo Sanchez, 2-Francisco
     Rodriguez, 18-Salvador Carmona (16-Mario Mendez 46); 19-Jaime
     Lozano (23-Luis Ernesto Perez 73), 8-Pavel Pardo, 7-Antonio
     Naelson (4-Gonzalo Pineda 73), 20-Rafael Garcia (11-Daniel Osorno
     58); 9-Jared Borgutti (17-Alberto Medina 64), 10-Francisco Fonseca.
SWE: Jonas Sandqvist; Fredrik Lundqvist, Olof Persson, Teddy Lucic,
     Mattias Nylund; Niclas Alexandersson (Petter Andersson 82), Daniel
     Andersson, Stefan Ishizaki, Tobias Hysen (Dusan Djuric 46); Johan
     Elmander (George Mourad 77), Marcus Rosenberg (Fredrik Berglund
     77).

[Jan 28]

In Amman (International Stadium)
Jordan 0
Norway 0
Att: 8,000. Ref: Hassan Al-Shoufi (Syria).
JOR: Feras Taleb; Faisal Ibrahim, Bashar Bani Yaseen, Mohammad Khamis,
     Fathi; Qosai Abu Alieh, Khaled Saed, Hasan Abdul Fatah, Abu
     Kishik; Mustafa Shehdeh, Al-Bawab (Anas Al-Zboun 60).
NOR: Espen Johnsen (Knut Borch 46); Jarl Andre Storbaek, Ragnvald Soma
     (Oyvind Storflor 46), Frode Kippe, Erlend Hanstveit; Ardian Gashi
     (Roger Risholt 46), Thomas Holm (Lars Iver Strand 71), Trond
     Andersen, Petter Rudi (Espen Sogard 71), Raymond Kvisvik; Bengt
     Saeternes.

[Jan 29]

In Bahahoyo
Ecuador 2 (Ivan Kaviedes 45, Otilino Tenorio 56)
Panama 0
HT: 1-0.
ECU: Damian Lanza; Eric De Jesus (Juan Trivino), Jorge Guagua (Renan
     Calle), Ivan Hurtado, Fricson George, Edwin Tenorio, Marlon Ayovi
     (Carlos Caicedo), Antonio Valencia (Luis Fernando Saritama), Ivan
     Kaviedes (Oscar Bagui), Otilino Tenorio, Roberto Mina (Christian
     Lara).
PAN: Jaime Penedo; Luis Moreno, Joel Solanilla, Roberto Stewart (Victor
     Miranda), Luis Enriquez, Engin Mitre (Gabriel Gomez), Luis Tejada,
     Juan Carlos Cubillas, William Aguilar, Roberto Brown, Ricardo
     Phillips (Jose Justavino).

In Yokohama (Yokohama International Stadium)
Japan 4 (Keiji Tamada 5, 60, Naoki Matsuda 11, Alex 24)
Kazakhstan 0
HT: 3-0. Att: 46,941.
JPN: Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi; Makoto Tanaka (Keisuke Tsuboi 88), Naoki
     Matsuda, Alessandro Santos, Yuji Nakazawa; Akira Kaji, Takashi
     Fukunishi (Yuki Abe 46), Mitsuo Ogasawara, Yasuhito Endo (Masashi
     Motoyama 88); Takayuki Suzuki (Masashi Oguro 77), Keiji Tamada
     (Toshiya Fujita 88).
KZK: Aleksandr Mokin; Dmitri Lyapkin, Igor Avdeev, Samat Smakov (Denis
     Rodionov 46), Igor Soloshenko (Yegor Asovskin 46); Kairat Utabaev
     (Piraly Aliev 54), Anton Chichulin, Dias Kamelov (Maksim
     Zhalmagambetov 46), Maksat Baishanov; Sergey Larin (Maksim
     Asovskin 46), Maksim Shevchenko (Renat Dubinsky 73).

In Riyadh
Saudi Arabia 1 (Nassir Al-Shamrani 90)
Turkmenistan 0
HT: 0-0.

[Jan 30]

In Bridgetown
Barbados 3 (Riley 47, 82, Goodridge 80)
St Vincent & The Grenadines 1 (Guy 14)
HT: 0-1.

[Feb 1]

In Port-of-Spain (Queen's Park Oval)
Trinidad and Tobago 1 (Anton Pierre 59)
Haiti 0
HT: 0-0. Att: 1,500.

[Feb 2]

In Doha, Qatar
Bahrain 2 (Rashed Jamal Salem Mohamed, Husain Ali Hasan Ali)
Lebanon 1 (Abbas Atwi)
HT: 2-1.

In Istanbul, Turkey (Olympic Stadium)
Hungary 0
Saudi Arabia 0
Att: 100. Ref: Selcuk Dereli (Turkey).
HUN: Lajos Szucs; Peter Stark (Gabor Gyepes 87), Peter Lipcsei, Roland
     Juhasz, Balazs Nikolov (Peter Simek 67), Balazs Toth (Denes Rosa
     46), Leandro, Vilmos Vanczak (Szabolcs Huszti 59), Otto Vincze,
     Krisztian Kenesei (Peter Rajczi 60), Zsombor Kerekes (Peter Kovacs
     46).
KSA: Mabrouk Zaid; Mansour Al-Thagafi (Ahmed Al-Bahri 78), Redha
     Fallatha, Mohsen Al-Montasheri; Hadi Al-Sharify, Saud Ali Khariri
     (Nassir Al-Shamrani 61), Hussein Sulimani, Khaled Al-Thaker, Manaf
     Abushgeer (Taiseer Al-Jassam 61); Mohammad Al-Shlhoob (Saad
     Al-Zahrani 75), Mishal Al-Saeed.

In Teheran (Azadi Stadium)
Iran 2 (Ali Daei 47, Arash Borhani 75)
Bosnia-Herzegovina 1 (Elvir Bolic 17)
HT: 1-1. Att: 15,000.
IRN: Seyed Mehdi Rahmati; Hossein Kabei (Sattar Zare 73), Jalal Kameli,
     Mohammad Nosrati, Ali Badavi (Amir-Hossein Sadeghi 78); Yahya
     Golmohammadi (Mojtaba Jabbari 76), Javad Nekounam, Javad Kazemeyan
     (Abbas Aghaei 85), Reza Enayati (Moharram Navidkia 46), Arash
     Borhani; Ali Daei.
BIH: Kenan Hasagic; Emir Spahic, Branimir Bajic (Velimir Vidic 87),
     Ninoslav Milenkovic, Hasan Salihamidzic (Ivan Medvid 61); Ivan
     Grlic (Bulent Biscevic 80), Vladan Grujic, Nedim Halilovic, Elvir
     Baljic (Dusan Kerkez 82); Elvir Bolic, Dragan Blatnjak (Senijad
     Ibricic 75).

In Saitama (Saitama Stadium)
Japan 3 (Takayuki Suzuki 44, Tsuneyasu Miyamoto 69, Mitsuo Ogasawara 90)
Syria 0
HT: 1-0. Att: 30,000.
JPN: Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi; Makoto Tanaka (Masashi Motoyama 81),
     Tsuneyasu Miyamoto, Alessandro Santos, Yuji Nakazawa, Akira Kaji,
     Takashi Fukunishi, Mitsuo Ogasawara, Yasuhito Endo (Koji Nakata
     71), Takayuki Suzuki, Keiji Tamada.
SYR: Mahmoud Karkar; Rafat Mohammad, Yousef Shekh Eleshra, Anas Al
     Khoja, Ali Dyab, Feras Esmaeel, Addel Kader Jbeili, Mootassem
     Alaya, Mahmoud Al Amena (Mouhammad Bashar Al Kaddor 89), Maher
     Sayed (Moqawem Abbas 67), Raja Rafe (Mhammad Al Zeno 73).
Sent off: Addel Kader Jbeili 60.

In Dalian, China
North Korea 0
Kuwait 0

[Feb 3]

In Port-of-Spain (Hasely Crawford Stadium)
Trinidad and Tobago 2 (Stern John 21, Cornell Glen 43)
Haiti 1 (Turlien Romulus 47)
HT: 2-0.

[Feb 4]

In Seoul (Seoul World Cup Stadium)
South Korea 0
Egypt 1 (Emad Abdel Nabi 14)
HT: 0-1. Att: 16,054.
KOR: Lee Woon-jae (Kim Yong-dae 46); Park Dong-hyuk, Yoo Sang-chul (You
     Kyoung-youl 46), Park Jae-hong, Park Kyu-seon, Kim Sang-sik (Kim
     Do-heon 60), Kim Nam-il (Kim Jung-woo 82), Kim Dong-jin, Lee
     Chun-soo, Lee Dong-gook (Cho Jae-jin 46), Chung Kyung-ho (Nam
     Kung-do 69).
EGY: Nader El-Sayed; Wael Gomaa, Emad El-Nahass, Hosni Rabbou, Ahmed
     Mosalam (Abdullah Ragab 81), Mohamed Aboutraika, Mohamed Barakat,
     Mohamed Shawki, Emad Abdel Nabi, Amr Zaki (Abdel Ali 77), Ahmed
     Malek (Ahmed Fathi 56).

[Feb 6]

In Tobago
Trinidad & Tobago 0
Haiti 1 (Germain 19pen)
HT: 0-1.

[Feb 8]

In Rouen, France
Ivory Coast 2 (Aruna Dindane 39, Bonaventure Kalou 88pen)
DR Congo 2 (Musola Makendele 44, Shabani Nonda 90+2pen)
HT: 1-1. Att: 4,000. Ref: Laurent Duhamel (France).
CIV: Gerard Gnanhouan; Arthur Boka, Kolo Toure, Bonaventure Kalou,
     Gilles Yapi-Yapo, Tchiressoua Guel, Bakary Kone, Cyril Domoraud
     (Abdoulaye Meite 64), Aruna Dindane (Elie Kroupi 63), Kpolo Marc
     Zoro (Emmanuel Eboue 46), Didier Zokora (Guy Demel 46).
DRC: Lukoki Kalemba, Sikulu Bageta, Herita Ilunga, Cyrille Mubiala,
     Tshiolola Fuamda, Muzola Makondele, Kifu Apakaki, Shabani Nonda,
     Henri Lembi (Kasongo Bukasa 62), Mutamja Milambo (Okitankoy Kimoto
     62).

[Feb 9]

In Alger (Stade du 5 juillet)
Algeria 3 (Rafik Saifi 29, 42, Daoud Sofiane 72)
Burkina Faso 0
HT: 2-0. Att: 5,000. Ref: Benacer.
ALG: 16-Lounes Gaouaoui; 11-Mohamed Fadel Brahami (18-Slimane Rahou 82),
     4-Majid Bougherra, 13-Brahim Zafour, 3-Nadir Belhadj; 6-Yazid
     Mansouri, 8-Billel Dziri, 15-Karim Ziani (Karim Ghazi 88);
     10-Rafik Saifi (17-Hocine Achiou 46), 9-Issaad Bourahli (20-Farouk
     Belkaid 68), 12-Salim Arrache (19-Bouabdellah Daoud 61).
BFA: Abdoulaye Soulama (Mohamed Kabore 46); Amara Ouattara, Lamine
     Traore, Moussa Ouattara (Hamidou Kere 46; Yahia Kebe 69), Ousmane
     Traore; Kambou Bebe, Aziz Nkiema (Patrick Zoundi 55), Tidiane Tall,
     Tanguy Barro (Ousseini Zongo 46); Abdoulaye Cisse, Moumouni Dagano
     (Bance Aristide 69).

In Baku (Tofik Bakhramov Stadium)
Azerbaijan 0
Moldova 0
Att: 3,000.
AZE: Cahangir Hasanzade (Mehdiev 46); Rafael Amirbekov (Samir Abbasov
     46), Aftandil Hadzhiev, Mahir Shukurov, Emin Guliev; Kamal Guliev
     (Ilgar Abdurakhmanov 46), Zaur Ramazanov, Aslan Kerimov (Nadir
     Nabiev 75), Rashad Sadykov; Anatoli Ponomarev (Rashad Abdullaev
     85), Ilgar Gurbanov (Daniel Akhtyamov 59).
MDA: Denis Romanenco; Iulian Bursuc, Victor Barisev, Gennadi Olexici,
     Valeri Catinsus; Aleksey Savinov, Sergiu Kovalchuk, Stanislav
     Ivanov, Sergey Dadu (Viorel Frunza 69); Sergiu Yepuryanu
     (Alexandru Gatcan 82), Yuri Miterev.

In Sofia (Vassil Levski Stadium)
Bulgaria 0
Serbia-Montenegro 0
Att: 2,957. Ref: Anton Genov (Bulgaria).
BUL: 27-Dimitar Ivankov (1-Zdravko Zdravkov 46); 2-Radostin Kishishev
     (15-Blagoi Georgiev 55), 4-Ivailo Petkov, 5-Georgi Markov,
     8-Chavdar Yankov (10-Vladimir Manchev 73), 9-Dimitar Berbatov,
     11-Zdravko Lazarov (17-Martin Petrov 46), 14-Martin Kamburov
     (21-Elin Topuzakov 46), 18-Asen Karaslavov, 19-Stilian Petrov
     (13-Asen Bukarev 46), 20-Valeri Bojinov.
SCG: 1-Dragoslav Jevric, 2-Milivoje Cirkovic (17-Milan Dudic 87),
     3-Ivica Dragutinovic, 4-Dragan Mladenovic (15-Igor Duljaj 46),
     5-Nemanja Vidic, 6-Goran Gavrancic, 9-Savo Milosevic (18-Zvonimir
     Vukic 68), 10-Dejan Stankovic (8-Mateja Kezman 46), 11-Predrag
     Djordjevic (16-Nikola Traikovic 70), 13-Simon Vukcevic (14-Nenad
     Jestrovic 68), 20-Mladen Krstajic.
Sent off: Nikola Traikovic 90.

In Creteil, France
Cameroon 1 (Geremi 87)
Senegal 0
HT: 0-0. Att: 8,000. Ref: Patrick Lhermite (France).
CMR: 1-Idriss Kameni; 5-Thimothee Atouba, 4-Rigobert Song, 13-Lucien
     Mettomo, 6-Benoit Angbwa (14-Christian Tchuisse 86); 8-Geremi,
     10-Achille Emana, 19-Eric Djemba-Djemba, 20-Salomon Olembe (3-Bill
     Tchato 83); 9-Samuel Eto'o (11-Pius N'Diefi 90), 21-Joseph-Desire
     Job (15-Achille Webo 65).
SEN: 1-Tony Sylva; 2-Omar Daf, 5-Souleymane Diawara, 21-Habib Beye,
     13-Lamine Diatta; 12-Amdy Faye, 19-Papa Bouba Diop, 20-Abdoulaye
     Diagne-Faye; 7-Henri Camara (14-Moussa N'Diaye 78), 11-El Hadji
     Diouf (18-Mamadou Niang 68), 9-Babakar Gueye (10-Khalilou Fadiga 63).

In Vina del Mar (Sausalito Stadium)
Chile 3 (Claudio Maldonado 25, Mark Gonzalez 35, Mauricio Pinilla 83)
Ecuador 0
HT: 2-0. Att: 15,000. Ref: Gabriel Favale (Argentina).
CHI: Nelson Tapia; Luis Fuentes, Ricardo Rojas, Pablo Contreras (Rafael
     Olarra 65); Cristian Alvarez (Luis Pedro Figueroa 67), Claudio
     Maldonado, David Pizarro, Mark Gonzalez (Rodrigo Valenzuela 46),
     Jorge Valdivia (Juan Luis Gonzalez 82); Sebastian Gonzalez
     (Humberto Suazo 82), Daniel Perez (Mauricio Pinilla 46).
ECU: Jose Cevallos; Erick de Jesus, Jorge Guagua, Renan Calle, Fricson
     George; Edwin Tenorio (Juan Trivino 71), Marlon Ayovi (Luis
     Saritama 65), Christian Lara (Luis Caicedo 46), Walter Ayovi
     (Oscar Bagui 65); Otilino Tenorio, Ivan Kaviedes (Walter Calderon
     58).

In Cairo (International Stadium)
Egypt 4 (Ema Meteeb 39, 50, Ahmed Abdelmalek 52, Osama Hosni 80)
Belgium 0
HT: 1-0. Att: 5,000. Ref: Erra Beltagy (Egypt).
EGY: 16-Abdelwahed El Sayed; 20-Wael Gomaa, 4-Ehmad El Nahhas,
     24-Mohamed Shawky; 7-Ahmed Fathi (12-Mohamed Barakat 67),
     22-Mohamed Abu Treka, 28-Ahmed Abdelmalek (8-Hassan Mostafa 70),
     6-Hosni Abd Rabou, 11-Tarek Said; 10-Ema Meteeb (8-Osama Hosni 66),
     9-Amr Zaki.
BEL: 1-Silvio Proto; 2-Olivier De Cock (18-Olivier Doll 59), 3-Timmy
     Simons, 4-Philippe Clement, 14-Peter Van Der Heyden; 27-Vincent
     Kompany (19-Koen Daerden 59), 8-Yves Vanderhaeghe, 7-Walter
     Baseggio (17-Roberto Bisconti 59), 11-Mbo Mpenza (16-Luigi Pieroni
     63), 10-Thomas Buffel (20-Tom Soetaers 73), 15-Emile Mpenza.

In Birmingham (Villa Park)
England 0
Netherlands 0
Att: 40,705. Ref: Peter Frojdfeldt (Sweden).
ENG: 1-Paul Robinson; 2-Gary Neville, 5-Jamie Carragher, 6-Wes Brown,
     3-Ashley Cole; 7-David Beckham (C) (18-Kieron Dyer 81), 8-Frank
     Lampard (15-Owen Hargreaves 46), 4-Steven Gerrard (17-Jermaine
     Jenas 81); 11-Shaun Wright-Phillips (19-Stewart Downing 61),
     10-Michael Owen, 9-Wayne Rooney (21-Andy Johnson 61).
NED: 1-Edwin van der Sar (C); 2-Jan Kromkamp, 3-Khalid Boulahrouz,
     4-Joris Mathijsen, 5-Giovanni van Bronckhorst; 8-Denny Landzaat,
     6-John Heitinga (17-Mark van Bommel 62), 10-Rafael van der Vaart;
     7-Romeo Castelen (18-Ugur Yildirim 63), 9-Roy Makaay, 11-Dirk Kuijt.

In Saint-Denis (Stade de France)
France 1 (David Trezeguet 36)
Sweden 1 (Fredrik Ljungberg 11)
HT: 1-1. Att: 58,923. Ref: Julian Rodriguez Santiago (Spain).
FRA: 23-Gregory Coupet; 2-Jonathan Zebina (14-Eric Abidal 68),
     15-Sebastien Squillaci, 19-Gael Givet, 5-William Gallas; 4-Patrick
     Vieira, 18-Benoit Pedretti, 8-Ludovic Giuly (10-Camel Meriem 68),
     13-Vikash Dhorasoo; 12-Thierry Henry, 20-David Trezeguet.
SWE: 1-Andreas Isaksson; 2-Alexander Ostlund, 4-Teddy Lucic (13-Petter
     Hansson 76), 5-Erik Edman, 3-Olof Mellberg; 6-Tobias Linderoth
     (17-Daniel Andersson 76), 8-Anders Svensson, 7-Christian
     Wilhelmsson (18-Anders Andersson 86), 9-Fredrik Ljunberg
     (15-Niklas Alexandersson 46); 10-Marcus Allback (16-Kim Kallstrom
     63), 11-Marcus Rosenberg.

In Tbilisi (Lokomotiv Stadium)
Georgia 1 (Mikheil Ashvetia 60)
Lithuania 0
HT: 0-0. Att: 1,000. Ref: Zohrab Gadjiyev (Azerbaijan).
GEO: 1-Georgi Lomaia; 2-Kakhaber Mzhavanadze (15-Georgi Shashiashvili
     46), 3-Alexandre Amisulashvili, 5-Davit Kvirkvelia (4-Givi
     Kvaratskhelia 46), 6-Lasha Salukvadze, 7-Gogita Gogua (8-Davit
     Odikadze 76), 10-Georgi Kinkladze, 11-Mikheil Ashvetia, 13-Zurab
     Khizanishvili, 14-Lasha Jakobia (9-Vasil Gigiadze 46), 16-Malkhaz
     Asatiani (17-Alexandre Gogoberishvili 70).
LTU: 1-Zydrunas Karcemarskas; 2-Deividas Semberas (17-Edgaras
     Jankauskas 76), 3-Marius Stankevicius, 4-Nerijus Barasa, 5-Andrius
     Skerla, 6-Tomas Zvergdauskas (13-Darius Zutautas 87), 7-Aurelijus
     Skarbalius, 8-Edgaras Cesnauskis, 9-Andrius Gedgaudas (14-Kurimas
     Kicis 56), 10-Deividas Cesnauskis, 11-Robertas Poskus (18-Tomas
     Radzinevicius 42).
Sent off: Marius Stankevicius 45.

In Duesseldorf (LTU Arena)
Germany 2 (Torsten Frings 28pen, Kevin Kuranyi 45)
Argentina 2 (Hernan Crespo 40pen, 81)
HT: 2-1. Att: 52,000. Ref: Stefano Farina (Italy).
GER: 1-Jens Lehmann; 6-Patrick Owomoyela, 17-Per Mertesacker,
     4-Christian Woerns, 16-Thomas Hitzlsperger; 19-Bernd Schneider,
     8-Torsten Frings, 15-Fabian Ernst, 7-Bastian Schweinsteiger
     (21-Christian Schulz 74); 22-Kevin Kuranyi, 17-Gerald Asamoah
     (18-Paul Freier 29).
ARG: 1-Roberto Abbondanzieri; 4-Javier Zanetti, 2-Nicolas Burdisso,
     15-Gabriel Milito (19-Esteban Cambiasso 46), 6-Gabriel Heinze;
     20-Lionel Scaloni (17-Maximiliano Rodriguez 46), 8-Juan Roman
     Riquelme, 23-Aldo Duscher (18-Luciano Galletti 77), 3-Juan Pablo
     Sorin; 7-Javier Saviola, 9-Hernan Crespo.

In Paris, France
Guinea 2 (Pablo Thiam 6, Pascal Feindouno 55)
Mali 2 (Djimi Traore 8, Salif Diao 51)
HT: 1-1. Att: 2,000.

In Dublin (Lansdowne Road)
Ireland 1 (Andy O'Brien 21)
Portugal 0
HT: 1-0. Att: 44,100. Ref: Matt Messias (England).
IRL: 1-Shay Given; 2-Steve Finnan, 5-Andy O'Brien, 4-Kenny Cunningham
     (14-Richard Dunne 60), 3-John O'Shea; 7-Andy Reid, 6-Matt Holland,
     8-Kevin Kilbane (18-Graham Kavanagh 46), 11-Damien Duff (21-Liam
     Miller 69); 9-Clinton Morrison, 10-Robbie Keane (20-Aiden McGeady
     83).
POR: 1-Ricardo; 2-Paulo Ferreira (30-Hugo Viana 46), 15-Miguel Caneira,
     4-Jorge Andrade, 3-Rogerio Matias; 11-Simao Sabrosa (28-Luis Boa
     Morte 61), 8-Armando Petit, 20-Deco Souza (32-Ricardo Costa 46),
     19-Tiago Mendes (29-Fernando Meira 46), 17-Cristiano Ronaldo
     (31-Manuel Fernandes 70); 9-Pedro Pauleta (21-Nuno Gomes 46).

In Jerusalem (Teddy Stadium)
Israel 3 (Pini Balili 38, Yossi Benayoun 74, Omer Golan 84)
Croatia 3 (Ivan Klasnic 15, 78, Darijo Srna 55pen)
HT: 1-1. Att: 4,000. Ref: Panykos Kailis (Cyprus).
ISR: 1-Dudu Awate; 18-Omri Afek (2-Alon Harazi 85), 5-Shimon Gershon,
     4-Arik Benado, 21-Klemi Saban (20-Yaniv Katan 69), 6-Adoram Keisi,
     11-Idan Tal, 10-Walid Badir (17-Abbas Suan 69), 8-Avi Nimni
     (12-Omer Golan 81), 15-Yossi Benayoun, 7-Pini Balili (9-David
     Revivo 89).
CRO: 1-Stipe Pletikosa; 4-Stjepan Tomas (15-Goran Sablic 46), 5-Robert
     Kovac, 3-Josip Simunic (14-Mato Neretjak 63), 2-Darijo Srna,
     10-Niko Kovac (7-Jurica Vranjes 63), 8-Ivan Leko, 6-Danijel
     Pranjic (18-Marko Babic 75), 19-Niko Kranjcar, 9-Eduardo Da Silva
     (20-Sasa Bejlanovic 75), 17-Ivan Klasnic.

In Cagliari (Sant'Elia Stadium)
Italy 2 (Alberto Gilardino 56, Simone Barone 62)
Russia 0
HT: 0-0. Att: 15,700. Ref: Lubos Michel (Slovakia).
ITA: Gianluigi Buffon; Daniele Bonera, Marco Materazzi, Fabio Cannavaro,
     Giuseppe Pancaro (Giorgio Chiellini 68); Gennaro Gattuso, Andrea
     Pirlo (Manuele Blasi 50), Daniele De Rossi (Simone Barone 46);
     Vincenzo Montella (Mauro Esposito 46), Christian Vieri (Alberto
     Gilardino 46), Francesco Totti (Antonio Langella 46).
RUS: Viacheslav Malafeev; Alexander Aniukov, Dmitri Sennikov, Alexei
     Bugaev, Vadim Evseev, Marat Izmailov (Denis Boyarintsev 66),
     Dmitri Khokhlov, Dmitri Loskov (Andrei Kariaka 46; Denis Kolodin
     78), Yuri Zhirkov, Dmitri Sychev, Alexander Kerzhakov (Dmitri
     Alenichev 46).

In Ta'Qali (National Stadium)
Malta 0
Norway 3 (Sigurd Rushfeldt 70, 79, John Arne Riise 80)
HT: 0-0. Att: 1,000. Ref: David Malcolm (Northern Ireland).
MLT: 1-Justin Haber (12-Saviour Darmanin 25); 2-Jeffrey Chetcuti,
     13-Ian Azzopardi, 4-David Carabott (2-Peter Pullicino 44), 5-Brian
     Said, 6-Stephen Wellman (17-Massimo Grima 46), 7-Gilbert Agius
     (16-Kevin Sammut 46), 18-Jamie Pace, 9-Andrew Cohen, 10-Ivan Woods
     (8-Stefan Giglio 46), 11-George Mallia (15-Etienne Barbara 66).
NOR: 1-Espen Johnsen; 2-Andre Bergdolmo, 3-Erik Hagen, 4-Claus
     Lundekvam, 5-John Arne Riise, 6-Thorstein Helstad (17-Raymond
     Kvisvik 46), 7-Petter Rudi, 8-Magne Hoset, 9-Morten Gamst Pedersen
     (14-Hassan El Fakiri 63), 10-Steffen Iversen (19-Sigurd Rushfeldt
     46), 11-John Carew (18-Azar Karadas 63).

In Belfast (Windsor Park)
Northern Ireland 0
Canada 1 (Olivier Occean 31)
HT: 0-1. Att: 11,156. Ref: Joseph Attard (Malta).
NIR: Maik Taylor (Roy Carroll 46); Chris Baird, Tony Capaldi, Aaron
     Hughes, George McCartney, Colin Murdock (Andy Kirk 46), Steven
     Davis, Tommy Doherty (Phillip Mulryne 46), Keith Gillespie (Steve
     Jones 78), Jeff Whitley, David Healy (Andrew Smith 81).
CAN: 1-Greg Sutton; 3-Gabriel Gervais, 4-Kevin McKenna (C) (12-Mike
     Klukowski 46), 5-Marco Reda, 6-Adrian Serioux (16-Jaime Peters 88),
     8-Daniel Imhof, 9-Olivier Occean, 10-Patrice Bernier, 11-Jim
     Brennan (7-Iain Hume 87), 14-Dwayne de Rosario, 15-Josh Simpson.
Sent off: Gabriel Gervais 22.

In Grodzisk (Groclin Stadium)
Poland 1 (Maciej Zurawski 51)
Belarus 3 (Alexander Gleb 8, Vyacheslav Gleb 84 Andrei Lavrik 90+2)
HT: 0-1. Att: 6,000. Ref: Audrius Zuta (Lithuania).
POL: 1-Jerzy Dudek (12-Artur Boruc 46); 2-Tomasz Klos (7-Tomasz Hajto
     46), 3-Tomasz Rzasa, 4-Michal Zewlakow, 5-Radoslaw Kaluzny
     (16-Arkadiusz Radomski 46); 6-Kamil Kosowski (17-Damian Gorawski
     46), 8-Jacek Krzynowek (19-Marcin Zajac 80); 9-Maciej Zurawski,
     10-Sebastian Mila; 14-Dariusz Zuraw; 15-Tomasz Frankowski
     (18-Grzegorz Rasiak 66).
BLR: 1-Alexander Sulima; 2-Alexander Kulchiy, 3-Andrei Ostrowski
     (13-Denis Kovba 46), 4-Sergei Omelyanchyuk, 5-Sergei Shtanyuk,
     6-Sergei Gurenko, 7-Vitaly Bulyga (16-Andrei Lavrik 46),
     8-Valentin Belkevich, 9-Maxim Romashchenko, 10-Alexander Gleb,
     11-Vitaly Kutuzov (21-Vyacheslav Gleb 67).

In Larnaca, Cyprus
Romania 2 (Daniel Nicolae 35, Adrian Ilie 87)
Slovakia 2 (Marek Mintal 17, Robert Vittek 41)
HT: 1-2. Att: 500. Ref: Kapitanis (Cyprus).
ROM: Bogdan Stelea; Mirel Radoi (Valentin Badoi 80), Adrian Iencsi,
     Valentin Nastase, Razvan Rat; Florentin Petre (Gigel Bucur 71),
     Constantin Galca, Daniel Pancu (Mihaita Plesan 55), Dorinel
     Munteanu (Nicolae Mitea 55); Adrian Ilie (Daniel Oprita 55),
     Daniel Niculae (Tiberiu Balan 71).
SVK: Kamil Contofalsky; Radoslav Zabavnik, Martin Petras, Stanislav
     Varga (Miroslav Barcik 60), Marek Cech (Marian Had 46); Karol
     Kisel (Mario Breska 46), Miroslav Karhan, Peter Hlinka, Vladimir
     Janocko (Lubomir Reiter 46); Marek Mintal (Igor Demo 77), Robert
     Vittek (Kozlej 77).

In Celje (Sportni Park)
Slovenia 0
Czech Republic 3 (Jan Koller 10, Tomas Jun 47, Jan Polak 79)
HT: 0-1. Att: 4,000. Ref: Mario Strahonja (Croatia).
SVN: 1-Borut Mavric; 4-Matej Mavric, 5-Bostjan Cesar, 9-Aleksandar
     Rodic (13-Borut Semler 46), 10-Nastja Ceh (3-Sebastjan Gobec 56),
     11-Andrej Komac (20-Miso Brecko 79), 14-Sebastjan Cimirotic,
     15-Jalen Pokorn (8-Milan Rakic 67), 16-Branko Ilic, 18-Milenko
     Acimovic, 19-Simon Seslar.
CZE: 16-Jaromir Blazek; 2-Martin Jiranek (3-Radoslav Kovac 78), 4-Libor
     Sionko (14-Stepan Vachousek 63), 6-Marek Jankulovski, 7-Jan Polak,
     9-Jan Koller (12-Vratislav Lokvenc 45), 15-Milan Baros (5-Tomas
     Jun 46), 18-Marek Heinz, 20-Jiri Jarosik, 21-Rene Bolf (17-Thomas
     Huebschman 46), 22-David Rosehnal (13-Jaroslav Plasil).

In Durban (ABSA Stadium)
South Africa 1 (Benni McCarthy 12)
Australia 1 (Scott Chipperfield 71)
HT: 1-0. Att: 30,000. Ref: Lim Kee Chong (Mauritius).
RSA: 16-Calvin Marlin; 2-Cyril Nzama, 4-Aaron Mokoena, 5-Nasief Morris,
     13-Thabiso Rammile; 7-Quinton Fortune, 8-Benedict Vilakazi
     (12-Sphiwe Mkhonza 89), 10-Steven Pienaar (14-Siyabonga Nomvete
     79), 18-Delron Buckley (6-Gift Leremi 46); 9-Shaun Bartlett
     (20-Sandile Ndlovu 64), 17-Benni McCarthy (15-Sibusiso Zuma 57).
AUS: 1-Mark Schwarzer; 4-Lucas Neill, 3-Craig Moore, 6-Tony Popovic,
     5-Tony Vidmar; 13-Vince Grella, 14-Jason Culina (11-Scott
     Chipperfield 57), 23-Marco Bresciano (23-Jon McKain 75), 7-Brett
     Emerton (15-Maximiliano Vieri 67), 12-Danny Tiatto (17-Mile
     Sterjovski 57); 9-Paul Agostino (8-Archie Thompson 67).

In Dubai (Al-Ahli Stadium)
United Arab Emirates 1 (Ismail Matar 20)
Switzerland 2 (Daniel Gygax 9, Patrick Mueller 79)
HT: 1-1. Att: 1,000. Ref: Al-Helali (Oman).
UAE: Naser Humaid; Mohammad Qassim (Al-Wehaibi 46), Salem Saad (Salem
     Khamis 43), Al Hamadi, Saleh Obeid; Fahed Masoud (Fakher Majeed
     46), Yousef Abdulaziz, Fayel, Abdulsalam Juma; Ismail Matar; Saad
     Mubarak.
SUI: Pascal Zuberbuehler; Bernt Haas (Philipp Degen 46), Stephane
     Henchoz (Stephane Grichting 46), Patrick Mueller, Christoph
     Spycher; Daniel Gygax, Ricardo Cabanas (Hakan Yakin 77), Johann
     Vogel (Benjamin Huggel 68), Ludovic Magnin (Johann Lonfat 46);
     Johan Vonlanthen (Alexander Rey 61), Alexander Frei.

In Maracaibo (Jose Pachencho Romero Stadium)
Venezuela 3 (Ricardo Paez 19, Massimo Margiotta 32, Giancarlo
     Maldonado 81)
Estonia 0
HT: 2-0. Att: 8,000. Ref: Luis Vazquez (Ecuador).
VEN: Rafael Dudamel (Gilberto Angelucci 46); Hector Gonzalez, Jose
     Manuel Rey (Andre Gonzalez 46), Gabriel Cichero, Jorge Rojas,
     Leopoldo Jimenez (Miguel Mea Vitali 64), Leonel Vielma, Gabriel
     Urdaneta (Jonay Hernandez 64), Ricardo Paez (Luis Vallenilla 64),
     Rafael Castellin, Massimo Margiotta (Giancarlos Maldonado 69).
EST: Artur Kotenko; Teet Allas, Alo Barengrub, Enar Jaager, Ragnar
     Klavan (Dmitri Kruglov 46), Taavi Rahn, Kristen Viikmae (Ingemar
     Teever 46), Martin Reim, Indrek Zelinski (Vjatseslav Zahovaiko 46),
     Andres Oper, Sergei Terehhov (Joel Lindpere 57).

In Cardiff (Millennium Stadium)
Wales 2 (Craig Bellamy 63, 80)
Hungary 0
HT: 0-0. Att: 16,672. Ref: Charles Richmond (Scotland).
WAL: 1-Danny Coyne; 4-Danny Gabbidon, 5-Robert Page, 6-David Partridge
     (16-Danny Collins 65); 2-Robert Edwards (12-Rhys Weston 50),
     7-Carl Fletcher, 10-Simon Davies, 11-Carl Robinson (15-Steve
     Roberts 90), 3-Sam Ricketts; 9-Robbie Earnshaw (14-Gareth Roberts
     76), 8-Craig Bellamy.
HUN: 1-Gabor Kiraly; 2-Laszlo Bodnar, 4-Roland Juhasz, 5-Attila
     Dragoner, 3-Gabor Gyepes (19-Krisztian Kenesei 82); 7-Gyorgy
     Korsos (15-Denes Rosa 66), 8-Tamas Hajnal (16-Leandro 58), 6-Peter
     Lipcsei (18-Peter Kovacs 68), 11-Szaboics Huszti; 9-Sandor
     Torghelle (17-Otto Vincze 82); 10-Zoltan Gera.

[Feb 13]

In Waterford
Barbados 3 (N Forde 5, Lucas 29, James 56)
Guyana 3 (G Richardson 21, Cadogan 36, Abrams 71)
HT: 2-2. Att: 6,000. Ref: Callender (Barbados).
Sent off: Holligan (Guyana).

In Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA (Lockhart Stadium)
Guatemala 2 (Edwin Villatoro 18, Carlos Castillo 70)
Haiti 1 (Eliphene Cadet 61)
HT: 1-0. Att: 10,000. Ref: Ricardo Salazar (United States).
GUA: Miguel Klee (Paulo Motta 46); Gustavo Cabrera, Nestor Martinez
     (Nelso Morales 46), Angel Sanabria (Guillermo Ramirez 66), Carlos
     Quinonez, Carlos Figueroa (Elton Brown 46), Carlos Castillo,
     Andres Rivera (Mynor Davila 46), Jose Zacarias Antonio (Gonzalo
     Romero 46), Edwin Villatoro (Hernan Sandoval 46), Juan Carlos
     Plata.
HAI: Gabart Fenelon; Pierre Bruny, David Saileneios, Franzt Gilles,
     Desir Roosevelt, Peter Germain, Mones Chery, Turlien Romulus,
     Jemps Dorcelus (Jimmy Stlot 67), Eliphene Cadet.

[Feb 16]

In Heredia (Eladio Rosabal Cordero Stadium)
Costa Rica 1 (Ever Alfaro 46)
Ecuador 2 (Marlon Ayovi 60pen, Jorge Guagua 86)
HT: 0-0. Att: 1,000. Ref: Edgar Duran (Costa Rica).
CRC: Jose Francisco Porras; Berny Pena, Michael Umana, Alexander Castro
     (Roy Myrie 50), Junior Diaz; Danny Fonseca (Geiner Segura 46),
     Douglas Sequeira (Roy Miller 80), Cristian Badilla, Alonso Solis;
     Ever Alfaro (Johnny Cubero 51), Whayne Wilson (Erick Scott 85).
ECU: Edwin Villafuerte; Neicer Reasco, Geovanny Espinoza, Jorge Guagua,
     Paul Ambrossi; Antonio Valencia, Marlon Ayovi, Edwin Tenorio
     (Wilfredo Vincent 54), Edison Mendez, Walter Ayovi (Luis Saritama
     80); Otilino Tenorio (Christian Lara 88).

[Feb 23]

In Brazzaville
Congo 0
Angola 2 (Flavio 43, Ze Calanga 74)
HT: 0-1.

In Culiacan, Sinaloa (Estadio Carlos Gonzalez)
Mexico 1 (Francisco Fonseca 56)
Colombia 1 (Edixon Perea 58)
HT: 0-0. Att: 10,000. Ref: Jorge Eduardo GASSO (Mexico).
MEX: Oscar Perez (Moises Munoz 72); Salvador Carmona (Hector Altamirano
     46), Francisco Rodriguez, Aaron Galindo, Jaime Lozano (Fernando
     Arce 62), Israel Lopez, Luis Ernesto Perez (Daniel Osorno 46),
     Antonio Naelson (Juan Pablo Rodriguez 60), Francisco Fonseca,
     Alberto Medina (Omar Bravo 62), Carlos Salcido (Gonzalo Pineda 46).
COL: Breiner Castillo; Andres Orozco, Humberto Mendoza, Archivaldo
     Mosqueda, Juan Carlos Ramirez, Edwin Garcia, Julian Anchico, John
     Restrepo (Andres Casanas 69), Victor Pacheco (Aldo Ramirez 70),
     Luis Gabriel Rey (Hector Hurtado 69), Leider Preciado (Edixon
     Perea 46).

[Feb 26]

In Gaborone
Botswana 0
Zambia 0

[Feb 27]

In Blantyre
Malawi 2 (Hudge Tambala 45, Victor Phiri 51)
Zimbabwe 1 (Leonard Tsipa 54)
HT: 1-0.
MWI: Swadic Sanudi; Fisher Kondowe, Petros Mwalweni, Maupo Msowoya,
     Wisdom Ndlovu, Emmanuel Chipatala, Godfrey Banda, Robert Ng'ambi
     (James Chilapondwa), Hudge Tambala, Victor Phiri (Noel Mkandawire),
     Dick Malidadi.
ZIM: Energy Murambadoro; Method Mwanjili (Nenzou), Cephas Chimedza
     (Norman Maroto), Leo Kurauzvione, James Matola, Honour Gombani,
     Ronald Sibanda, Clement Matawu (Brian Badza), Gift Lunga, Leonard
     Tsipa, Takesure Chinyama.

[Mar 9]

In Los Angeles, California, USA (Memorial Coliseum)
Mexico 1 (Fabricio Fuentes og 22)
Argentina 1 (Rolando Zarate 67)
HT: 1-0. Att: 51,345. Ref: Brian Hall (United States).
MEX: 1-Oscar Perez; 22-Hector Altamirano (Mario Mendez 74), 15-Hugo
     Sanchez, 6-Carlos Salcido, 2-Francisco Javier Rodriguez, 4-Ricardo
     Osorio, 11-Ramon Morales (Omar Bravo 69), 8-Pavel Pardo (Israel
     Lopez 76), 7-Antonio Naelson (Rafael Garcia 69), 17-Francisco
     Fonseca (Oribe Peralta 85), 10-Cuauhtemoc Blanco (Omar Briseno 62).
ARG: German Lux; Federico Insua (Lisandro Lopez 60), Eduardo Tuzzio,
     Fabricio Fuentes, Daniel Diaz, Martin Romagnoli, Rodrigo Palacio
     (Jose Sosa 80), Javier Mascherano, Victor Zapata, Lucas Castroman
     (Fernando Beluschi 46), Rolando Zarate (Sebastian Romero 74).

In Fullerton, California (Titan Stadium)
United States 3 (Pat Noonan 25, Chad Marshall 33, Clint Mathis 66)
Colombia 0
HT: 2-0. Att: 7,086. Ref: Marco Antonio Rodriguez (Mexico).
USA: 18-Jon Busch; 7-Brian Mullan, 12-Chad Marshall, 3-Ritchie Kotschau,
     5-Chris Albright; 25-Pablo Mastroeni (C) (Nat Borchers 86),
     8-Clint Dempsey, 14-Steve Ralston (24-Eddie Gaven 76), 11-Clint
     Mathis (20-Taylor Twellman 68), 13-Pat Noonan (10-Kyle Martino 83);
     9-Eddie Johnson (21-Brian Ching 71).
Sent off: Taylor Twellmann 76.
COL: 1-Juan Carlos Henao; 5-Andres Orozco, 3-Aquivaldo Mosquera
     (2-Julian De La Cuesta 46), 6-Cesar Fawcett (4-Humberto Mendoza);
     17-Juan Carlos Ramirez (C) (16-Hector Hurtado 46), 7-Edixon Perea
     (13-Andres Casanas 46), 10-Victor Pacheco (14-Hugo Rodallega 61),
     21-John Restrepo, 19-Camilo Zuniga (23-John Viafara 46), 18-Luis
     Gabriel Rey (8-Aldo Ramirez 77).

[Mar 12]

In Nairobi
Kenya 1 (Mkenya 25)
Rwanda 1 (Bolla 10)
HT: 1-1.

In Kuwait City
Kuwait 0
Finland 1 (Njazi Kuqi 16)
HT: 0-1.
FIN: Mikko Kaven; Ari Nyman (Sampsa Timoska 82), Toni Kuivasto, Jukka
     Sauso, Jani Sarajarvi (Tuomo Kononen 21), Mika Nurmela, Jari Ilola
     (Fredrik Nordback 89), Jarkko Wiss, Henri Scheweleff (Niklas
     Tarvajarvi 69), Mikko Hyyrynen (Keijo Huusko 61), Njazi Kuqi
     (Jarno Heinikangas 84).

[Mar 14]

In Dammam
Saudi Arabia 0
Egypt 1 (Emad Motaeib 64)
HT: 0-0.
EGY: Abdel Wahed El-Sayed (Nader El-Sayed); Ahmed Fathy, Emad El-Nahhas,
     Wael Gomaa, Ahmed Abou Moslem, Samir Sabry (Abdullah Ragab),
     Mohamed Shawky, Mohamed Aboutraika (Mahmoud Fathallah), Ahmed
     Abdel Malik (Hassan Moustafa), Abdel Halim Ali (Emad Motaeib), Amr
     Zaki (Mohsen Abou Greisha).

[Mar 16]

In Harare (Rufaro Stadium)
Zimbabwe 1 (Cephas Chimedza 53)
Botswana 1 (Moenedi Moathiaping 72)
HT: 0-0. Att: 3,000.

[Mar 18]

In Al-Ain, UAE
Kuwait 3 (Abdulreda 70, Al-Mutawa 79, Al-Subaih 90)
Armenia 1 (Mkhitaryan 87pen)
HT: 0-0.

In Dammam
Saudi Arabia 1 (Al-Basha 48)
Finland 4 (Toni Kuivasto 4, Njazi Kuqi 71, 78, Mika Nurmela 76)
HT: 0-1.
FIN: Henri Sillanpaa; Ari Nyman (Mikko Hyyrynen 88), Toni Kuivasto,
     Sampsa Timoska (Jukka Sauso 74), Tuomo Kononen, Fredrik Nordback
     (Jarkko Wiss 53), Jari Ilola, Jarno Heinikangas, Mika Nurmela,
     Niklas Tarvajarvi (Henri Scheweleff 46), Keijo Huusko (Njazi Kuqi
     46).

[Mar 19]

In Albuquerque, New Mexico (University Stadium)
United States 1 (Eddie Johnson 45)
Honduras 0
HT: 1-0. Att: 9,222. Ref: Mauricio Navarro (Canada).
USA: 1-Joe Cannon (22-Kevin Hartman 46); 12-Chad Marshall, 19-Nat
     Borchers, 5-Chris Albright; 25-Pablo Mastroeni (C) (6-Kerry
     Zavagnin 85), 8-Clint Dempsey, 14-Steve Ralston, 11-Clint Mathis
     (10-Kyle Martino 63), 13-Pat Noonan (15-Bobby Convey 63); 9-Eddie
     Johnson, 21-Brian Ching.
HON: 22-Junior Morales; 17-Erick Vallecillo, 6-Sergio Mendoza, 3-Maynor
     Figueroa, 5-Milton Reyes (15-Mauricio Sabillon 46); 9-Walter Lopez
     (12-Elkin Gonzalez 74), 18-Elmer Marin, 21-Carlos Moran (2-Mario
     Gomez 56), 20-Ivan Guerrero (C); 8-Denilson Costa (10-Wilmer
     Velasquez 69), 11-Milton Nunez.

[Mar 20]

In Dubai, United Arab Emirates
South Korea 1 (Kim Sang-sik 55)
Burkina Faso 0
HT: 0-0.

[Mar 23]

In Nairobi
Kenya 2 (Baraza 44, Sunguti 87)
Ghana 2 (Gyan 23, Amoah 89)
HT: 1-1.

[Mar 26]

In Sydney (Telstra Stadium)
Australia 2 (Marco Bresciano 23, Ahmad Elrich 73)
Iraq 1 (Mohammad Nassir 12)
HT: 1-1. Att: 30,258. Ref: Peter O'Leary (New Zealand).
AUS: Mark Schwarzer; Craig Moore, Lucas Neill, Tony Popovic, Brett
     Emerton (Jason Culina 71), Josip Skoko, John Aloisi, Tim Cahill
     (Ahmad Elrich 71), Stan Lazaridis (Tony Vidmar 46), Scott
     Chipperfield (Jon McKain 63), Marco Bresciano (Mile Sterjovski 63).
IRQ: Samad Rasheed; Hayder Hassan, Nashat Akram, Hawar Mohamed, Yasser
     Raad, Haidar Abdul Ameer, Mahdi Kareem (Safwan Hamad Mohammed 86),
     Wisam Zaki, Mohammad Nassir (Ali Jabir 79), Haitham Kaahum (Moaid
     Salim 63), Ahmad Assa.

In Nicosia
Cyprus 2 (Costas Charalambides 9, Ioannis Okkas 28)
Jordan 1 (Hassan Ahmet 85)
HT: 2-0.
CYP: Antonis Giorgallides (Nicos Panayiotou 20); Lambros Lambrou,
     Loukas Louka, Marios Ilia, Constantinos Makrides, Simos Krassas
     (Stathis Aloneftis 59), Marinos Satsias (Stelios Okkarides 59),
     Michalis Constantinou (Demos Goumenos 59), Alexandros Garpozis
     (Chrysis Michael 59), Ioannis Okkas (Yasemi Yasemakis 64), Costas
     Charalambides (Petros Filaniotis 81).

In Barcelos (Barcelos Municipal Stadium)
Portugal 4 (Manuel Fernandes 8, Pedro Pauleta 12, Helder Postiga 82,
     Nuno Gomes 90+2)
Canada 1 (Kevin McKenna 85)
HT: 2-0. Att: 13,000. Ref: Igor Ishchenko (Ukraine).
POR: Quim Silva; Paulo Ferreira, Fernando Meira (Luis Boa Morte 71),
     Jorge Andrade, Nuno Valente (Miguel Monteiro 46), Manuel Fernandes,
     Maniche Ribeiro (Ricardo Costa 46), Deco Souza, Cristiano Ronaldo
     (Hugo Viana 46), Simao Sabrosa (Helder Postiga 46), Pedro Pauleta
     (Nuno Gomes 46).
CAN: Lars Hirschfeld; Atiba Hutchinson (Jaime Peters 78), Kevin McKenna,
     Marco Reda, Mike Klukowski, Julian De Guzman, Daniel Imhof (Chris
     Pozniak 86), Paul Stalteri, Jim Brennan (Tomasz Radzinski 46),
     Dwayne de Rosario, Olivier Occean (Patrice Bernier 68).

In Celje (Petrol Arena)
Slovenia 0
Germany 1 (Lukas Podolski 27)
HT: 0-1. Att: 8,500. Ref: Graham Poll (England).
SVN: 12-Samir Handanovic; 2-Fabijan Cipot, 3-Suad Filekovic, 4-Matej
     Mavric, 6-Aleksander Knavs, 8-Robert Koren (16-Aleksandar Rodic
     45), 9-Ermin Siljak (14-Sebastjan Cimirotic 45), 10-Nastja Ceh,
     11-Andrej Komac (7-Goran Sukalo 76), 19-Simon Seslar (15-Jalen
     Pokorn 66), 20-Branko Ilic.
GER: 1-Oliver Kahn; 2-Andreas Hinkel (16-Patrick Owomoyela 72), 3-Arne
     Friedrich, 4-Robert Huth, 5-Frank Baumann (7-Bastian
     Schweinsteiger 58), 8-Torsten Frings, 13-Michael Ballack,
     15-Thomas Hitzlsperger, 21-Oliver Neuville (18-Tim Borowski 83),
     11-Miroslav Klose (22-Kevin Kuranyi 74), 20-Lukas Podolski.

In Salamanca (Estadio de El Helmantico)
Spain 3 (Fernando Torres 3pen, Xavi Hernandez 32, Joaquin 53)
China 0
HT: 2-0. Att: 17,000. Ref: Lucilio Cardoso Cortes (Portugal).
ESP: 1-Iker Casillas; 5-Carles Puyol (15-Sergio Ramos 46), 2-Pablo
     Ibanez, 4-Juanito, 3-Asier del Horno; 7-Joaquin (19-Luis Garcia
     55), 8-Xavi Hernandez (21-Juan Carlos Valeron 46), 6-David Albelda
     (16-Pablo Orbaiz 46), 10-Albert Luque (14-Jose Antonio Reyes 46);
     11-Ivan de la Pena; 9-Fernando Torres (20-Mista 46).
CHN: 1-Liu Yunfei; 2-Du Wei (4-Zhang Yaokun 56), 5-Li Weifeng, 6-Shao
     Jiayi (19-Shi Jun 90), 12-Wei Xin, 13-Xu Yunlong (9-Zou Yougen 27;
     22-Hu Zhaojun 64), 15-Zhao Junzhe, 16-Ji Mingyi, 21-Zhang Yonghai
     (3-Sun Xiang 56), 26-Li Yi (8-Zheng Bin 84), 27-Chen Yongqiang.

[Mar 29]

In Perth (Subiaco Oval)
Australia 3 (Ante Milicic 25, 57, David Zdrilic 85)
Indonesia 0
HT: 1-0. Att: 14,000. Ref: Hirofumi Yamanishi (Japan).
AUS: Zeljko Kalac; Tony Vidmar, Craig Moore (C) (Tony Popovic 46),
     Ljubo Milicevic, Stan Lazaridis (Simon Colosimo 61); Jon McKain,
     Jason Culina (David Zdrilic 77), Luke Wilkshire (Lucas Neill 61);
     Mile Sterjovski, Brett Emerton (Ahmad Elrich 46), Ante Milicic
     (Jade North 77).
INA: Hendro Kartiko; Ismed Sofyan (Jack Komboy 83), Ortizan Salossa
     (Mahyadi Panggabean 63), Firmansyah, Mohammad Mauly Lessy (Zainal
     Arifin 89), Hamka Hamzah; Ponaryo Astaman (C), Agus Indra
     Kurniawan (Christian Worabai 83), Syamsul Bachri; Ilham Jaya
     Kesuma (Kurniawan Dwi Yulianto 14), Firman Utina (Jimmy Surparno
     63).

In Dublin (Lansdowne Road)
Ireland 1 (Clinton Morrison 82)
China 0
HT: 0-0. Att: 35,222. Ref: Adrian Casha (Malta).
IRL: 1-Paddy Kenny; 2-Alan Maybury, 4-Kenny Cunningham (C) (13-Andy
     O'Brien 46), 5-Richard Dunne, 3-John O'Shea; 6-Graham Kavanagh,
     7-Andy Reid, 8-Kevin Kilbane (17-Roy Keane 66), 11-Damien Duff
     (Liam Miller 46); 10-Robbie Keane (19-Clinton Morrison 62),
     9-Stephen Elliott (20-Gary Doherty 74).
CHN: 23-Li Leilei; 12-Wei Xin (20-Wang Liang 46), 21-Zhang Yonghai
     (4-Zhang Yaokun 75), 5-Li Weifeng (C), 16-Ji Mingyi, 3-Sun Xiang;
     27-Chen Yongqiang (18-Li Yan 38), 15-Zhao Junzhe, 22-Hu Zhaojun
     (28-Zheng Bin 86), 6-Shao Jiayi (2-Du Wei 64); 26-Li Yi (19-Shi
     Jun 46).

[Mar 30]

In Padova (Euganeo Stadium)
Italy 0
Iceland 0
HT: 0-0. Att: 16,697. Ref: Alain Hammer (Luxembourg).
ITA: 1-Flavio Roma (12-Morgan De Sanctis 46); 2-Cristian Zaccardo,
     5-Andrea Barzagli, 6-Marco Materazzi (13-Marco Cassetti 46),
     3-Fabio Groso; 4-Simone Barone (16-Gianpiero Pinzi 75), 8-Manuele
     Blasi (18-Aimo Diana 61), 10-Daniele De Rossi, 7-Mauro Esposito,
     9-Luca Toni (19-David Di Michele 46), 11-Antonio Langella
     (20-Vincenzo Iaquinta 46).
ISL: 1-Arni Gautur Arason; 2-Kristjan Sigurdsson, 3-Indridi Sigurdsson,
     4-Olafur Bjarnason, 5-Petur Marteinsson (13-Stefan Gislason 72),
     16-Gretar Steinsson (15-Emil Hallfredsson 90), 7-Hermann
     Hreidarsson, 8-Brynjar Gunnarson, 9-Helgi Sigurdsson (16-Olafur
     Ingi Skulason 87), 17-Bjarni Gudjonsson (14-Kari Arnason 79),
     11-Gylfi Einarsson (17-Heidar Thorvaldsson 90+2).
Sent off: Kari Arnason 81.

[Apr 20]

In Tallinn (Albert le Coq Arena)
Estonia 1 (Aleksander Saharov 81)
Norway 2 (Frode Johnsen 24, Daniel Braaten 54)
HT: 0-1. Att: 2,500. Ref: Pieter Vink (Netherlands).
NOR: Espen Johnsen; Andre Bergdolmo, Vidar Riseth, Trond Andersen,
     Stale Stensaas; Brede Hangeland (Petter Rudi 65), Jan Gunnar Solli;
     Daniel Braaten, Frode Johnsen, Raymond Kvisvik; Ole Martin ┼rst.

In Atlanta, Georgia, USA (Herndon Stadium)
Jamaica 1 (Luton Shelton 14)
Guatemala 0
HT: 1-0. Att: 7,000. Ref: Alex Prus (United States).
JAM: Shawn Sawyers; Damian Stewart, Jermaine Taylor (Adrian Reed 84),
     Desmond Breakenrigde, Robert Scarlett (O. Scartle 73), Jermaine
     Hue (Akeem Priestly 70), Luton Shelton (Nicholi Findlayson 88),
     Omar Daley, Kevin Deerr (Roland Dean 65), Tyrone Sawyers, Khari
     Stephenson.
GUA: Miguel Klee; Pablo Melgar, Nestor Martinez, Gustavo Cabrera
     (Maynor Gonzalez 60), Angel Sanabria, Fredy Thompson, Gonzalo
     Romero, Mario Rodriguez (Maynor Davila 46), Carlos Figueroa
     (Carlos Castillo 60), Dwight Pezzarossi (Hernan Sandoval 60), Juan
     Carlos Plata (Erick Diaz 78).

[Apr 27]

In Sao Paulo (Estadio Pacaembu)
Brazil 3 (Anderson 5, Romario 17, Grafite 65)
Guatemala 0
HT: 2-0. Att: 38,000. Ref: Martin Vazquez (Uruguay).
BRA: 1-Marcos (12-Rogerio Ceni 46); 2-Cicinho (13-Gabriel 63),
     3-Anderson, 4-Fabiano Eller (15-Glauber 81), 6-Leo; 5-Mineiro,
     8-Magrao (17-Marcinho 37), 7-Carlos Alberto (18-Fernandao 46),
     10-Ricardiho; 9-Robinho (19-Fred 46), 11-Romario (20-Grafite 38).
GUA: 22-Miguel Klee (25-Paulo Motta 80); 13-Nestor Martinez, 3-Pablo
     Melgar (19-Mynor Gonzalez 80), 5-Gustavo Cabrera, 4-Denis Chen
     (5-Rigoberto Gomez 46); 17-Julio Giron (2-Nelson Morales 46),
     8-Gonzalo Romero, 7-Fredy Thompson (12-Carlos Figueroa 65),
     9-Carlos Castillo (18-Roberto Aragon 80), 23-Hernan Sandoval,
     26-Angel Sanabria (24-Mynor Davila 65).

In Chicago, Illinois, USA (Soldier Field)
Mexico 1 (Ramon Morales 52)
Poland 1 (Pavel Brozec 70)
HT: 0-0. Att: 54,427. Ref: Michael Kennedy (United States).
MEX: Jose de Jesus Corona; Francisco Rodriguez, Ricardo Osorio, Gonzalo
     Pineda, Rafael Medina (Mario Mendez 78), Juan Pablo Rodriguez,
     Luis Ernesto Perez (Omar Trujillo 46), Ramon Morales (Aaron
     Galindo 73), Miguel Angel Zepeda (Antonio Naelson 46), Francisco
     Fonseca (Oribe Peralta 75), Omar Bravo (Alberto Medina 46).
POL: Artur Boruc; Tomasz Klos, Marcin Baszczynski, Dariusz Dudka,
     Tomasz Kielbowicz, Radoslaw Sobolewski (Michal Golinski 89),
     Marcin Zajac (Marcin Burkhardt 40), Przemyslaw Kazmierczak (Konrad
     Golos 46), Arkadiusz Glowacki, Bartosz Slusarski (Patryk Rachwal
     76), Pavel Brozec (Piotr Giza 83).

[May 4]

In East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA
Ecuador 1 (Edison Mendez 51)
Paraguay 0
HT: 0-0.
ECU: Edwin Villafuerte; Neicer Reasco, Giovanni Espinoza, Jorge Guagua,
     Paul Ambrossi; Marlon Ayovi, David Quiroz, Antonio Valencia
     (Walter Ayovi), Edison Mendez (Jose Cortez); Johnny Baldeon
     (Wilfredo Vinces), Otilino Tenorio (Felipe Caicedo).
PAR: Danilo Aceval (Derlis Gomez); Edgar Balbuena, Julio Manzur, Jose
     Devaca, Juan Cardozo; Angel Ortiz (Pedro Irala), Carlos Bonnet,
     Cristian Riveros (Escobar), Aureliano Torres (Nelson Romero);
     Cesar Ramirez, Roque Santa Cruz (Carlos Gonzalez).

[May 24]

In Oslo (Ullevaal Stadium)
Norway 1 (Frode Johnsen 77)
Costa Rica 0
HT: 0-0. Att: 21,251. Ref: Dick van Egmond (Netherlands).
NOR: Espen Johnsen; Jon Inge Hoeiland (Marius Johnsen 46), Brede
     Hangeland, Bard Boergersen, Andre Bergdolmo; Jan Gunnar Solli,
     Martin Andresen (Kristofer Haestad 46), Tommy Svindal Larsen
     (Raymond Kvisvik 64), Steffen Iversen (Frode Johnsen 46); Bengt
     Saeternes (Ole Martin Arst 46), Morten Gamst Pedersen.
CRC: Alvaro Mesen; Cristian Bolanos (Jervis Drummond 59), Mauricio
     Wright, Victor Cordero, Michael Umana, Leonardo Gonzalez, Jose
     Luis Lopez, Cristian Badilla (Ronald Gomez 59), Oscar Rojas, Jafet
     Soto (Alonso Solis 72), Paulo Wanchope.

In Bacau
Romania 2 (Claudiu Niculescu 9, Nicolae Dica 57)
Moldova 0
HT: 1-0. Att: 6,000. Ref: Salomir (Romania).
ROM: Bogdan Lobont (Danut Coman 46); Cosmin Contra, Sebastian Tamas,
     Tiberiu Ghionea (Mihai Pascovici 46), Gigel Coman (Vasile Maftei
     46), Florentin Dumitru (Daniel Niculae 65), Ovidiu Petre, Mihaita
     Plesan, Dorinel Munteanu (Razvan Cocis 46), Stefan Grigorie
     (Nicolae Dica 46), Claudiu Niculescu (Ionut Mazilu 52).
MDA: Denis Romanenco; Valeriu Catinsus, Serghei Lascencov, Eduard
     Valuta, Victor Golovatenco, Victor Barisev (Eugeniu Boicenco 41),
     Burcovschi (Aleksandr Stadijciuc 77), Vladimir Tanurcov (Serghei
     Pogreban 66), Nicolai Josan (Andrian Cucovei 57), Denis Calincov
     (Eduard Grossu 67), Viorel Frunza (Gheorghe Boghiu 82).

[May 25]

In Port-of-Spain
Trinidad & Tobago 4 (Dill og 34, Jones 46, Lawrence 51, Stern John 65)
Bermuda 0
HT: 1-0.

In Caracas (Estadio Olimpico Caraqueno)
Venezuela 1 (Giancarlo Maldonado 4)
Panama 1 (Roberto Brown 34)
HT: 1-1. Att: 15,000. Ref: Gustavo Brand (Venezuela).
VEN: Rafael Dudamel (Gilberto Angelucci 46); Leonel Vielma, Juan
     Fuenmayor, Fernando de Ornelas, Jobanny Rivero, Luis Vera (Miguel
     Mea Vitali 77), Hector Gonzalez (Pedro Fernandez 74), Andree
     Gonzalez, Ricardo David Paez (Paul Ramirez 58), Giancarlo
     Maldonado (Cristian Caceres 46), Ruberth Moran.
PAN: Oscar McFarlane; Amilcar Henriquez (Leonel Parrish 72), Jaime Cox,
     Joel Solanilla, Joel Jimenez (Cecilo Garces 90), Gabriel Gomez,
     Alberto Blanco, Julio Medina (Jose Justavino 90), Ricardo Philips
     (Gustavo Avila 76), Roberto Brown, Orlando Rodriguez (Neptali Diaz
     61).

[May 27]

In Kuwait City
Kuwait 0
Egypt 1 (A Hassan 52)
HT: 0-0.
Sent off: Bader Al-Mutwa (Kuwait).

In Riyadh
Saudi Arabia 1 (Kariri 35)
Bahrain 1 (Sayed Mohamed Adnan Mahfoodh 18pen)
HT: 1-1.

In Marabella
Trinidad & Tobago 1 (Stern John 17)
Bermuda 0
HT: 1-0.
 
In Tunis
Tunisia 4 (Ali Zitouni 20, 70, Imad Mhadebi 50, 87)
Angola 1 (Di Flavio 77pen)
HT: 1-0. Att: 4,000.
TUN: Hamdi Kasraoui; Amir Haj Messaoud, Jose Clayton (Wissem El-Bekri
     57), Radhi Jaidi, Khaled Badra (Wissem Abdi 46), Mehdi Nafti, Adel
     Chedli, Slim Ben Achour (Wajih Sghaier 64), Issam Jomaa, Haykel
     Guemamdia (Imad Mhedhebi 46), Ali Zitouni (Najeh Braham 71).

[May 28]

In Chicago, Illinois (Soldier Field)
United States 1 (Clint Dempsey 79)
England 2 (Kieran Richardson 4, 44)
HT: 0-2. Att: 47,637. Ref: Benito Archundia (Mexico).
USA: 18-Kasey Keller (C); 2-Steve Cherundolo, 23-Eddie Pope (4-Carlos
     Bocanegra 73), 12-Cory Gibbs, 21-Greg Vanney; 14-Steve Ralston
     (15-Bobby Convey 73), 25-Kerry Zavagnin, 2-Clint Dempsey (19-Clyde
     Simms 90+1); 10-Landon Donovan; 16-Josh Wolff, 20-Brian McBride
     (11-Conor Casey 81).
ENG: 1-David James; 2-Glen Johnson, 5-Wes Brown, 6-Sol Campbell (C)
     (15-Zat Knight 46), 3-Ashley Cole (16-Jermain Defoe 63);
     7-Jermaine Jenas, 4-Michael Carrick, 11-Joe Cole, 8-Kieran
     Richardson (14-Phil Neville 59); 9-Alan Smith, 10-Andy Johnson
     (12-Luke Young 76).

[May 29]

In Tehran
Iran 2 (Zandi 9, Javad Nekounam 29)
Azerbaijan 1 (S Gurbanov 67)
HT: 2-0.

In Szczecin
Poland 1 (Maciej Zurawski 1)
Albania 0
HT: 1-0. Att: 14,000. Ref: Michael Weiner (Germany).
POL: 1-Artur Boruc; 4-Marcin Baszczynski (16-Pawel Kaczorowski 85),
     2-Tomasz Klos, 3-Bartosz Bosacki, 6-Tomasz Kielowicz (14-Maciej
     Stolarczyk 46), 5-Kamil Kosowski (15-Bartosz Karwan 46),
     10-Arkadiusz Radomski (19-Marek Zienczuk 74), 7-Radoslaw
     Sobolewski, 8-Jacek Krzynowek, 9-Maciej Zurawski (17-Bartosz
     Slusarski 62), 11-Tomasz Frankowski (18-Andrzej Niedzielan 46).
ALB: 12-Isli Hidi; 4-Armando Dallku, 19-Tefik Osmani, 3-Geri Cipi,
     11-Adrian Aliaj (23-Altin Haxhi 72), 6-Besnik Hasi (24-Suad Lici
     84), 14-Altin Lala, 13-Ervin Skela (20-Bledar Shkembi 64),
     18-Klodian Duro (25-Elvis Sina 78), 16-Mehmet Dragusha (7-Edvin
     Murati 46), 9-Florian Myrtaj (21-Edmond Kapllani 46).

[May 31]

In East Rutherford, USA (Giants Stadium)
England 3 (Michael Owen 35, 44, 58)
Colombia 2 (Mario Yepes 45, Aldo Ramirez 78)
HT: 2-1. Att: 50,807. Ref: Brian Hall (United States).
ENG: David James (Robert Green 46); Glen Johnson, Phil Neville, Zat
     Knight, Ashley Cole; David Beckham (Kieran Richardson 73),
     Jermaine Jenas, Michael Carrick, Joe Cole (Luke Young 86); Peter
     Crouch (Jermaine Defoe 72), Michael Owen (Alan Smith 73).
COL: Farid Mondragon; Jair Benitez, Hayder Palacio (Oscar Diaz 72),
     Mario Yepes (Humberto Mendoza 80), John Restrepo (Aldo Ramirez 72),
     John Viafara (Julian Anchico 59), Elkin Soto, Luis Gabriel Rey,
     Hector Hurtado (Fabian Vargas 46), Juan Pablo Angel (Edixon Perea
     59), Luis Amaranto Perea.

In Metz (Stade Saint-Symphorien)
France 2 (Djibril Cisse 10, Florent Malouda 35)
Hungary 1 (Zsombor Kerekes 78)
HT: 2-0. Att: 26,120. Ref: Paul Allaerts (Belgium).
FRA: 23-Gregory Coupet; 3-Anthony Reveillere, 5-William Gallas
     (Sebastien Squillaci 81), 2-Jean-Alain Boumsong, 14-Eric Abidal;
     18-Benoit Pedretti, 13-Vikash Dhorasoo (Rio Mavuba 64), 12-Jerome
     Rothen, 7-Florent Malouda; 11-Sylvain Wiltord (C) (Sidney Govou
     58), 9-Djibril Cisse (Ludovic Giuly 74).
HUN: 1-Gabor Kiraly (Marton Fulop 46); 2-Laszlo Bodnar, 4-Zoltan Balog,
     5-Peter Stark, 3-Vilmos Vanczak (Gabor Gyepes 46); 6-Gabor Vincze,
     8-Otto Vincze, 10-Zoltan Gera (C) (Peter Rajczi 46); 7-Tamas
     Hajnal, 11-Szabolcs Huszti (M. Balog 46), 9-Imre Szabics (Norbert
     Toth 46).

[Jun 2]

In Tampere (Ratina Stadion)
Finland 0
Denmark 1 (Michael Silberhauser 90)
HT: 0-0. Att: 9,238. Ref: Jan Wegereef (Netherlands).
FIN: 1-Jussi Jaaskelainen; 3-Janne Saarinen (19-Toni Kallio 67), 4-Sami
     Hyypia, 5-Hannu Tihinen (14-Toni Kuivasto 58), 7-Mika Nurmela,
     10-Jari Litmanen (C) (15-Jarkko Wiss 58), 16-Aki Riihilahti,
     17-Peter Kopteff (11-Joonas Kolkka 46), 18-Shefki Kuqi (9-Mikael
     Forssell 79), 20-Alexei Eremenko Jr, 21-Jonatan Johansson (6-Mika
     Vayrynen 76).
DEN: Thomas Sorensen (Jesper Christiansen 46); Brian Priske, Per
     Kroldrup, Daniel Agger, Niclas Jensen (Allan Jepsen 71), Christian
     Poulsen (Daniel Jensen 46), Thomas Gravesen, Dennis Rommedahl
     (Michael Silberhauser 79), Martin Jorgensen, Kenneth Perez (Soren
     Larsen 46), Jon Dahl Tomasson (Rasmus Wurtz 85).

[Jun 4]

In Belfast (Windsor Park)
Northern Ireland 1 (David Healy 15pen)
Germany 4 (Gerald Asamoah 17, Michael Ballack 62, 66pen, Lukas Podolski
     81)
HT: 1-1. Att: 14,000. Ref: Charlie Richmond (Scotland).
NIR: Maik Taylor (Michael Ingham 76), Chris Baird, George McCartney,
     Stephen Craigan (Chris Brunt 76), Mark Clyde, Steve Davis, Keith
     Gillespie (Gareth McAuley 70), Damien Johnson, David Healy (Andy
     Smith 76), Steve Jones (Warren Feeney 66), Stuart Elliott (Andy
     Kirk 67).
GER: Jens Lehmann; Patrick Owomoyela, Per Mertesacker, Robert Huth,
     Thomas Hitzlsperger; Bernd Schneider (Bastian Schweinsteiger 46),
     Michael Ballack (Tim Borowski 73), Torsten Frings, Fabian Ernst;
     Gerald Asamoah (Sebastian Deisler 46), Kevin Kuranyi (Lukas
     Podolski 63).
Sent off: Robert Huth 15.

In Singapore (National Stadium)
Singapore 2 (Noh Alam Shah 32, 90+3)
Malaysia 0
HT: 1-0. Att: 18,000. Ref: Chaiwat Kunsuta (Thailand).
SIN: Lionel Lewis; Aide Iskandar Sahak (C), Baihakki Khaizan,
     S. Subramaniam (Razif Mahamud 80), Daniel Bennett, Ishak Zainol,
     Hasrin Jailani (Tengku Mushadad 67), Aidil Sharin Sahak, Itimi
     Dickson, Noh Alam Shah, Indra Sahdan Daud (Masrezwan Masturi 46;
     Fazrul Nawaz 52).
MAS: Syamsuri Mustafa (Azizon Kadir 56); Norfazly Alias (Ronny Harun
     46), Durahim Jamaluddin, Lim Chan Yew, Wan Rohaimi Wan Ismail,
     Ivan Yusoff (Juzaili Samion 78), Shukor Adan (C) (Rezal Zambery
     Yahya 68), Idris Karim, Arsyah Ayob, Nizaruddin Yusoff (Rudie
     Ramli 46), Hairuddin Omar (Faizal Esahar 82).

[Jun 8]

In Monchengladbach (Borussia Park Stadium)
Germany 2 (Bastian Schweinsteiger 30, 69)
Russia 2 (Alexander Anyukov 26, Andrei Arshavin 90+1)
HT: 1-1. Att: 46,228. Ref: Konrad Plautz (Austria).
GER: Oliver Kahn; Andreas Hinkel (Sebastian Deisler 46), Arne Friedrich,
     Per Mertesacker, Thomas Hitzlsperger; Bernd Schneider, Torsten
     Frings, Michael Ballack, Bastian Schweinsteiger (Kevin Kuranyi 84);
     Gerald Asamoah (Mike Hanke 62), Lukas Podolski (Fabian Ernst 84).
RUS: Sergei Ovchinnikov; Alexander Anyukov, Vasily Berezutsky, Dmitry
     Sennikov, Alexei Berezutsky, Vadim Evseev, Marat Izmailov (Sergei
     Semak 9), Yevgeny Aldonin, Dmitry Loskov, Yuri Zhirkov (Alexander
     Kerzhakov 46), Dmitry Sychev (Andrei Arshavin 72).

In Toronto, Canada (SkyDome)
Italy 1 (Cristiano Lucarelli 83)
Serbia & Montenegro 1 (Nikola Zigic 25)
HT: 0-1. Att: 35,000. Ref: Depiero (Canada).
ITA: Angelo Peruzzi; Massimo Oddo (Fabio Grosso 46), Cristian Zaccardo,
     Andrea Barzagli, Giorgio Chiellini (Franco Brienza 64); Mauro
     Esposito (Giandomenico Mesto 35), Simone Barone, Manuele Blasi,
     Stefano Mauri (Carmine Coppola 46); Luca Toni (Cristiano Lucarelli
     46), Vincenzo Iaquinta (David Di Michele 67).
Sent off: Manuele Blasi 76.
SCG: Oliver Kovacevic; Nenad Djordjevic (Ognjen Koroman 81), Milan
     Dudic, Dusan Basta (Ivanovic 77); Rncic, Milos Maric, Nenad
     Brnovic, Dragan Mladenovic (Nikola Trajkovic 57); Simon Vukcevic;
     Nikola Zigic, Mirko Vucinic (Nenad Jestrovic 81).

In Penang (City Stadium)
Malaysia 1 (Arsyah Ayob 25)
Singapore 2 (Noh Alam Shah 19, Daniel Bennett 66)
HT: 0-0. Att: 10,000. Ref: Jimmy Napitupulu (Indonesia).
MAS: Azizon Kadir; Wan Rohaimi Wan Ismail, Kaironnisam Sahabuddin
     Husain, Lim Chan Yew, Ronny Harun (Rezal Zamberi Yahya); Idris
     Karim, Arsyah Ayob (Juzaili Samion), Tengku Hazman Raja Hassan,
     Nizaruddin Yusop (Efendi Malek); Hairuddin Omar (Faizal Esahar),
     Zainuddin Ariffin (Rudie Ramli).
SIN: Lionel Lewis; S. Subramani (Razif Mahamud; Razaleigh Khalik),
     Daniel Bennett, Baihakki Khaizan, Aide Iskandar Sahak; Hasrin
     Jailani (Tengku Mushadad), Aidil Sharin Sahak, Ishak Zainol, Indra
     Sahdan Daud (Masrezwan Masturi); Noh Alam Shah (Fazrul Nawaz),
     Itimi Dickson (Goh Tat Chuan).

In Stockholm (Rasunda Stadium)
Sweden 2 (Kim Kallstrom 16, Johan Elmander 68)
Norway 3 (John Arne Riise 60, Thorstein Helstad 64, Steffen Iversen 65)
HT: 1-0. Att: 15,345. Ref: Jaroslav Jara (Czech Republic).
SWE: 1-Andreas Isaksson (12-Eddie Gustafsson 46); 2-Alexander Ostlund,
     3-Petter Hansson, 4-Teddy Lucic (C) (14-Daniel Majstorovic 46),
     5-Christoffer Andersson; 6 Daniel Andersson (17-Tobias Linderoth
     85); 7-Mikael Nilsson (16-Alexander Farnerud 78), 9-Kim Kallstrom,
     8-Anders Svensson; 11-Johan Elmander, 10-Markus Rosenberg
     (19-Fredrik Berglund 66).
NOR: 1-Espen Johnsen; 2-Jon Inge Hoiland, 4-Brede Hangeland, 3-Bard
     Borgersen, 5-John Arne Riise (C); 7-Kristofer Haestad (14-Marius
     Johnsen 46), 8-Magne Hoseth (15-Raymond Kvisvik 66); 6-Thorstein
     Helstad (17-Azar Karadas 88), 9-Morten Gamst Pedersen (16-Jan
     Gunnar Solli 46); 11-Frode Johnsen (18-Steffen Iversen 46);
     10-John Carew (19-Ole Martin ┼rst 71).

[Jun 9]

In London (Craven Cottage)
Australia 1 (Simon Colosimo 86)
New Zealand 0
HT: 0-0. Att: 9,023. Ref: Mike Dean (England).
AUS: 1-Mark Schwarzer (18-Zeljko Kalac 46); 2-Kevin Muscat, 3-Craig
     Moore (C) (20-Ljubo Milicevic 78), 6-Tony Popovic, 4-Lucas Neill;
     7-Brett Emerton (21-Ahmad Elrich 74), 17-Jon McKain, 10-Tim Cahill,
     8-Josip Skoko (14-Simon Colosimo 64), 11-Scott Chipperfield;
     23-Mile Sterjovski (22-Archie Thompson 64).
NZL: 1-Mark Paston; 2-Steven Old, 5-Daniel Hay (C), 6-Che Bunce,
     12-Michael Wilson (3-Jeremy Christie 78); 14-Noah Hickey, 4-David
     Mulligan, 16-Tim Brown, 7-Adrian Webster (11-Leo Bertos 87),
     8-Vaughan Coveny (17-Shane Smeltz 90), 10-Brent Fisher.

[Jun 11]

In East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA (Giants Stadium)
Italy 1 (Luca Toni 6)
Ecuador 1 (Marlon Ayovi 18pen)
HT: 1-1. Att: 27,583. Ref: Terry Vaughn (United States).
ITA: Flavio Roma; Andrea Barzagli, Cristian Zaccardo, Dario Dainelli
     (Roberto Baronio), Marco Cassetti (Vicenzo Iaquinta); Fabio Grosso,
     Simone Barone, Carmine Coppola (Giandomenico Mesto), David Di
     Michele (Giorgio Chiellini), Franco Brienza (Antonio Langella);
     Luca Toni (Cristiano Lucarelli).
ECU: Cristian Mora; Ulises De la Cruz (David Quiroz), Giovanni Espinoza
     (Jorge Guagua), Ivan Hurtado, Neicer Reasco; Edwin Tenorio, Marlon
     AyovÝ (Paul Ambrossi), Johnny Baldeon (Antonio Valencia), Cristian
     Lara (Cristian Gomez), Walter Ayovi; Carlos Tenorio (Agustin
     Delgado).

[Jun 12]

In Quetta (Ayub Stadium)
Pakistan 1 (Muhammad Essa 81)
India 1 (Sunil Chetri 65)
HT: 0-0. Att: 20,000. Ref: Jahangir Khan (Pakistan).
PAK: 1-Jaffar Khan; 2-Naveed Akram, 15-Muhammad Ahmed Shahid, 5-Tanveer
     Ahmed, 14-Muhammad Imran Ijaz (3-Mahmood Khan 59); 7-Zahid Hameed,
     6-Attique ur Rehman, Arif Mahmood, 12-Imran Hussain; 10-Muhammad
     Essa, 11-Arif Mehmood.
IND: 21-V.P. Satish Kumar; 17-Surkumar Singh, 14-Mahesh Gawli, 3-Philip
     Gomes, 5-Habibur Rehman Mondal; 2-Syed Rahim Nabi, 6-Shanmugam
     Venkatesh, 16-Climax Lawrence, 9-Clifford Miranda; 10-Sunil Chetri
     (20-Sukhwinder Singh 65), 15-Abhishek Yadav (19-M.A. Abdul Hakkim
     46).

[Jun 16]

In Peshawar (Qayyum Stadium)
Pakistan 0
India 1 (MA Abdul Hakkim 67)
HT: 0-0. Att: 15,000. Ref: Imtiaz Ali Shah (Pakistan).
PAK: 1-Jaffar Khan; 2-Naveed Akram (15-Muhammad Ahmed Shahid 85),
     14-Muhammad Imran Ijaz, 5-Tanveer Ahmed, 4-Ijaz Ahmed, 3-Mahmood
     Khan (17-Abdul Nasir 56; 13-Farooq Shah 72); 7-Zahid Hameed,
     6-Attique ur Rehman, 9-Abdul Aziz (26-Safi Ullah 59); 10-Muhammad
     Essa, 12-Imran Hussain (11-Arif Mehmood 46).
IND: 21-VP Satish Kumar; 17-Surkumar Singh, 14-Mahesh Gawli, 3-Philip
     Gomes (4-Manju Nanjangud Shivananju 59), 5-Habibur Rehman Mondal;
     2-Syed Rahim Nabi (11-Jatin Singh Bisht 46), 6-Shanmugam Venkatesh,
     16-Climax Lawrence, 9-Clifford Miranda (12-Sukhwinder Singh 71);
     10-Sunil Chetri (20-Surajit Bose 82), 15-Abhishek Yadav (19-MA
     Abdul Hakkim 63).

[Jun 18]

In Lahore (Punjab Football Stadium)
Pakistan 3 (Muhammad Essa 2, Tanveer Ahmed 45+, Arif Mehmood 46)
India 0
HT: 2-0. Ref: Muhammad Asif Kiyani (Pakistan).
PAK: 1-Jaffar Khan; 15-Muhammad Shahid (2-Naveed Akram 64), 5-Tanveer
     Ahmed, 14-Mohammad Imran, 4-Ijaz Ahmed; 7-Zahid Hameed, 6-Attique
     ur Rehman (19-Yasir Sabir 75), 9-Abdul Aziz (3-Mehmood Khan 34),
     13-Farooq Shah (21-Shabbir Hussain 78); 10-Muhammad Essa, 26-Safi
     Ullah (11-Arif Mehmood 45).
IND: 21-VP Satish Kumar; 17-Surkumar Singh, 14-Mahesh Gawli, 3-Manju
     Nanjangud Shivananju, 5-Habibur Rehman Mondal; 11-Jatin Singh
     Bisht (Bibiano Fernandes 46), 6-Shanmugam Venkatesh, 16-Climax
     Lawrence (Surojit Bose 74), 9-Clifford Miranda (Syed Rahim Nabi
     46); 10-Sunil Chetri (15-Abhishek Yadav 66), 19-MA Abdul Hakkim.

[Jun 19]

In Changsha (He Long Sports Center)
China 2 (Zhang Yaokun 27, Sun Xiang 79)
Costa Rica 2 (Mauricio Solis 57, Ronald Gomez 75)
HT: 1-0. Att: 20,000. Ref: Lee Gi-young (South Korea).
CHN: Li Leilei; Li Weifeng, Zhang Yaokun, Ji Mingyi, Wei Xin (Jiao Zhe
     78), Sun Xiang (Li Jinyu 85), Zhao Junzhe, Du Wei (Zou Jie 68),
     Zheng Zhi, Li Yi (Xie Hui 72), Li Yan (Zhen Bin 54).
CRC: Alvaro Mesen; Harold Wallace (Victor Cordero 78), Mauricio Wright,
     Gabriel Badilla, Junior Diaz, Danny Fonseca (Geiner Segura 70),
     Cristian Bolanos, Mauricio Solis, Jafet Soto (Pablo Brenes 70),
     Bryan Ruiz, Ronald Gomez.

[Jun 22]

In Guangzhou (Tian He Stadium)
China 2 (Zheng Zhi 44pen, Xie Hui 54)
Costa Rica 0
HT: 1-0. Att: 15,000. Ref: Yu Byung-seob (South Korea).
CHN: Li Leilei; Ji Mingyi, Li Weifeng, Du Wei (Li Yan 66), Sung Xiang
     (Zhen Bin 89), Zhao Junzhe, Jiao Zhe (Wang Liang 26), Zhang
     Yonghai (Zhang Yaokun 46), Zheng Zhi, Li Jinyu, Xie Hui (Zhang
     Shuo 82).
CRC: Donny Grant; Gabriel Badilla, Mauricio Wright (Harold Wallace 46),
     Victor Cordero, Carlos Castro, Geiner Segura (Danny Fonseca 46),
     Mauricio Solis, Jafet Soto, Pablo Brenes (Cristian Bolanos 57),
     Bryan Ruiz, Ronald Gomez.

[Jul 2]

In Vancouver, British Columbia (Swangard Stadium)
Canada 1 (Kevin McKenna 70)
Honduras 2 (Francisco Ramirez 52, Wilmer Velasquez 56)
HT: 0-0. Att: 4,105. Ref: Ricardo Valenzuela (United States).
CAN: Greg Sutton; Adam Braz, Kevin McKenna, Gabriel Gervais, Patrice
     Bernier (Patrick Leduc 66), Iain Hume (Ali Gerba 58), Jaime Peters
     (Jim Brennan 58), Sandro Grande (Adrian Serioux 72), Atiba
     Hutchinson, Dwayne DeRosario (Olivier Occean 78), Josh Simpson.
HON: Victor Coello; Junior Izaguirre, Erick Vallecillo, Maynor Figueroa,
     Asthor Henriquez (Hendry Thomas 46), Luis Guifarro, Oscar Garcia
     (Wilson Palacios 63), Danilo Turcios (Carlos Moran 63), Mario
     Berrios, Wilmer Velasquez (Milton Nunez 66), Francisco Ramirez
     (Edgar Nunez 75).

[Aug 3]

In Manama
Bahrain 5 (Abdulla Rahman Marzooq 7, Sayed Mohamed Adnan Mahfoodh 35,
     Husain Ali Hasan Ali 63, Saleh Ahmed Farhan 82pen, Al-Dakheel 84)
Turkmenistan 0
HT: 2-0.
Sent off: Abdulla Rahman Marzooq (Bahrain) 67.

[Aug 7]

In Manama
Bahrain 2 (Sayed Mohamed Adnan Mahfoodh 27, H Ali 86)
Iraq 2 (Younis Mahmoud 52, Mohammed Nassir 75)
HT: 1-0.

[Aug 10]

In Johannesburg, South Africa
Botswana 0
Angola 0

[Aug 12]

In Lautoka (Churchill Park)
Fiji 1 (Esala Masi 14pen)
India 0
HT: 1-0. Att: 10,000. Ref: Neil Fox (New Zealand).
FIJ: Simione Tamanisau; Lorima Dau, Alvin Avinesh, Luke Vidovi,
     Apisalome Turuva, Avinesh Swamy; Esala Masi, Josaia Bukalidi
     (Taniela Waqa), Salesh Kumar (Petero Daunisaka 88); Kiniviliame
     Naika, Thomas Vulivuli (Osea Vakatalesau 77).
IND: VP Satish Kumar; Irungbam Surkumar Singh, Selwyn Bibiano Fernandes,
     Naduparambil Pappachan Pradeep, Manju Nanjangud Shivananju; Shylo
     Malswam Tulunga, Sukhjinder Singh (Sukhwinder Singh 75), Shanmugam
     Venkatesh, Debabrata Roy (Subhas Chakraborty); Vimal Pariyar,
     Manjit Singh (Sunil Chetri 64).

[Aug 13]

In Limassol
Cyprus 2 (Yiasoumis Yiasoumi 63, 79)
Iraq 1 (Mohammed Nassir 17)
HT: 0-1. Att: 500.
CYP: Michalis Morfis; Loukas Louka, Stelios Okkarides (Andreas
     Constantinou 58), Stavros Georgiou (Georgos Theodotou 53), Ilias
     Charalambous (Constantinos Makrides 46), Nicos Nicolaou
     (Christakis Marangos 46), Eleftherios Eleftheriou (Chrysis Michael
     46), Costas Charalambides, Alexandros Garpozis, Yiasoumis Yiasoumi,
     Stathis Aloneftis (Giorgos Nicolaou 63).
IRQ: Wisam Kasid; Basim Abbas, Ali Hussein, Ahmed Kadhim, Mahdi Karim,
     Haidar Abdul Amir (Khalid Musher 90), Nashat Akram, Haitham Kadhim,
     Hawar Mohammed (Wisam Zaki 73), Mohammed Nassir (Nawaf Falah 90),
     Younis Mahmoud.

[Aug 14]

In Suva (Post Fiji Stadium)
Fiji 2 (Luke Vidovi 25, Esala Masi 61)
India 1 (Irungbam Surkumar Singh 10)
HT: 1-1. Att: 11,000. Ref: Peter O'Leary (New Zealand).
FIJ: Simione Tamanisau; Lorima Dau, Alvin Avinesh, Luke Vidovi,
     Apisalome Turuva, Petero Daunisaka; Esala Masi (Taniela Waqa),
     Pita Baletoga (Josaia Bukalidi 65), Salesh Kumar (Stephen Morrell);
     Kiniviliame Naika (Avinesh Swamy), Osea Vakatalesau (Thomas
     Vulivuli 65).
IND: 1-VP Satish Kumar; 17-Irungbam Surkumar Singh, 4-Selwyn Bibiano
     Fernandes, 8-Naduparambil Pappachan Pradeep, 3-Habibur Rehman
     Mondal; 19-Shylo Malswam Tulunga (11-Subhas Chakraborty),
     6-Shanmugam Venkatesh, 5-Debabrata Roy; 18-Vimal Pariyar
     (15-Sukhwinder Singh), 10-Sunil Chetri, 14-Manjit Singh (9-Surajit
     Bose).

In Seoul
South Korea 3 (Chung Kyung-ho 34, Kim Jin-yong 36, Park Chu-young 68)
North Korea 0
HT: 2-0.

[Aug 16]

In Paris, France
Dr Congo 3 (Mbuta 37, Lua Lua 62, Madi 79)
Guinea 1 (I Bangoura 70)
HT: 1-0. Att: 2,000. Ref: Piccirillo (France).
  
[Aug 17]
 
In Tirana (Qemal Stafa Stadium)
Albania 2 (Alban Bushi 37, Lorik Cana 72)
Azerbaijan 1 (Zaur Tagizade 2)
HT: 1-1. Att: 7,300.
ALB: Isli Hidi; Tefik Osmani, Besnik Hasi, Elvis Sina (Armend Dallku
     90), Elvin Beqiri, Lorik Cana, Edvin Murati (Ervin Skela 46),
     Bledar Shkembi (Altin Haxhi 46), Altin Lala (Redi Jupi 46), Alban
     Bushi (Florian Myrtaj 46), Edmond Kapllani (Erion Bogdani 46).
AZE: Dmitry Kramarenko; Rashad Sadigov (Ilyas Gurbanov 89), Mahir
     Shukurov (Zaur Hashimov 89), Rafael Amirbayev (Ramin Guliev 90),
     Aftandil Hajiyev, Aslan Kerimov (Ilgar Gurbanov 87), Zaur Tagizade
     (Farrukh Ismailov 76), Makhmud Gurbanov (Yuri Muzyka 72), Emin
     Guliyev, Emin Imamaliyev, Gurban Gurbanov.

In Lisbon, Portugal
Angola 2 (Mantorras 46, Love 86)
Cape Verde Islands 1 (Lito 25)
HT: 0-1.

In Graz (Schwarzenegger Stadium)
Austria 2 (Andreas Ibertsberger 83, Joachim Standfest 87)
Scotland 2 (Kenny Miller 3, Garry O'Connor 39)
HT: 0-2. Att: 13,800. Ref: Selcuk Dereli (Turkey).
AUT: Helge Payer (Andreas Schranz 46); Ernst Dospel (Joachim Standfest
     54), Anton Ehmann, Emanuel Pogatetz, Ronald Gercaliu; Markus
     Schopp (Andreas Ibertsberger 69), Dietmar Kuehbauer (Juergen
     Saeumel 79), Rene Aufhauser, Andreas Ivanschitz; Christian Mayrleb
     (Muhammet Akagunduz 66), Ivica Vastic (Sanel Kuljic 66).
SCO: Craig Gordon (Rab Douglas 46); Steven Caldwell, Steven Pressley
     (Russell Anderson 46), Andy Webster, Graham Alexander; Jackie
     McNamara, Christian Dailly, Brian O'Neil (Scott Severin 46), Nigel
     Quashie (Richard Hughes 73); Kenny Miller (Derek Riordan 46),
     Garry O'Connor.

In Brussels (King Baudouin Stadium)
Belgium 2 (Emile Mpenza 19, Mbo Mpenza 24)
Greece 0
HT: 2-0. Att: 20,000. Ref: Berntsen (Norway).
BEL: Silvio Proto; Anthony Vanden Borre (Olivier Doll 89), Vincent
     Kompany, Daniel Van Buyten, Olivier Deschacht, Yves Vanderhaeghe
     (Philippe Clement 90), Timmy Simons, Jelle Van Damme (Philippe
     Leonard 90), Mbo Mpenza (Kevin Vandenbergh 76), Emile Mpenza
     (Karel Geraerts 81), Luigi Pieroni (Roberto Bisconti 74).
GRE: Antonios Nikopolidis; Giourkas Seitaridis, Mihalis Kapsis,
     Sotirios Kyrgiakos (Alexopoulos 46), Takis Fyssas (Lukas Vyntra
     71), Stylianos Giannakopoulos (Dimitris Salpingidis 69), Theodoros
     Zagorakis (Pantelis Kafes 67), Angelos Bassinas (Nikos
     Liberopoulos 46), Georgios Karagounis, Angelos Charisteas,
     Vassilis Lakis (Zisis Vryzas 46).

In Sofia
Bulgaria 3 (Dimitar Berbatov 24, 43, Martin Petrov 38)
Turkey 1 (Fatih Tekke 21)
HT: 3-1. Att: 25,000. Ref: Zografos (Greece).
BUL: Georgi Petkov; Radostin Kishishev, Tiago Silva, Valentin Iliev
     (Alexander Tunchev 82), Blagoi Georgiev (Georgi Iliev 62), Chavdar
     Yankov (Emil Gargorov 62), Dimitar Berbatov (Tsvetan Genkov 68),
     Martin Petrov (Milan Koprivarov 68), Martin Kamburov (Asen
     Karaslavov 71), Elin Topuzakov, Zdravko Lazarov.
TUR: Rustu Recber; Bulent Korkmaz (Tolga Seyhan 10), Deniz Baris, Emre
     Belozoglu (Koray Avci 27), Umit Ozat (Deniz Demirel 83), Hasan Sas,
     Mustafa Koray (Huseyin Cimsir 80), Gokdeniz Karadeniz (Serkan
     Balci 69), Hamit Altintop, Serhat Akin, Fatih Tekke (Hakan Sukur
     46).

In Split (Poljud Stadium)
Croatia 1 (Niko Kranjcar 32)
Brazil 1 (Ricardinho 42)
HT: 1-1. Att: 30,000. Ref: Florian Meyer (Germany).
CRO: Tomislav Butina (Stipe Pletikosa 60); Stjepan Tomas (Dario Simic
     46), Robert Kovac, Josip Simunic, Darijo Srna, Igor Tudor, Niko
     Kovac (Jurica Vranjes 87), Marko Babic, Niko Kranjcar (Anthony
     Seric 83), Ivan Klasnic (Bosko Balaban 78), Ivica Olic (Eduardo Da
     Silva 51).
BRA: Dida; Cafu, Lucio (Luisao 83), Juan, Roberto Carlos, Emerson,
     Ricardinho (Robinho 46), Ze Roberto (Renato 66), Kaka (Juninho 66),
     Ronaldo (Ricardo Oliveira 75), Adriano (Julio Baptista 75).

In Copenhagen (Parken Stadium)
Denmark 4 (Dennis Rommedahl 60, Jon Dahl Tomasson 63, Michael Gravgaard
     67, Soren Larsen 90+2)
England 1 (Wayne Rooney 87)
HT: 0-0. Att: 41,438. Ref: Tom Henning Ovrebro (Norway).
DEN: 1-Thomas Sorensen; 6-Brian Priiske, 4-Per Nielsen (13-Michael
     Gravgaard 46), 3-Dan Agger, 5-Niclas Jensen; 2-Christian Poulsen
     (14-Daniel Jensen 86), 7-Thomas Gravesen, 11-Claus Jensen
     (17-Kenneth Perez 73); 8-Jesper Gronkjaer (19-Dennis Rommedahl 46),
     9-Jon Dahl Tomasson (C) (18-Soren Larsen 64), 10-Martin Jorgensen
     (15-Martin Kahlenberg 46).
ENG: 1-Paul Robinson (13-David James 46); 2-Gary Neville (15-Glen
     Johnson 46), 6-Rio Ferdinand, 5-John Terry (16-Jamie Carragher 46),
     3-Ashley Cole; 7-David Beckham (C), 4-Steven Gerrard (17-Jermaine
     Jenas 84), 8-Frank Lampard (18-Owen Hargreaves 64), 11-Joe Cole;
     9-Wayne Rooney, 10-Jermaine Defoe (20-Michael Owen 46).

In Loja (Estadio Olimpico Atahualpa)
Ecuador 3 (Felix Borja 7, Cristian Lara 40, 67)
Venezuela 1 (Ruberth Moran 70)
HT: 2-0. Att: 10,000. Ref: Vasco (Ecuador).
ECU: Cristian Mora; Neicer Reasco, Giovanni Espinoza (Jairo Campos 62),
     Jorge Guagua, Paul Ambrossi (Angel Escobar 62); Marlon Ayovi,
     Patricio Urrutia (Alejandro Castillo 58), Cristian Lara (Walter
     Ayovi 68), Edison Mendez (Armando Paredes 77); Franklin Salas
     (Cristian Benitez 58), Felix Borja (Walter Calderon 71).
VEN: Rafael Dudamel (Toyo 46); Hector Gonzalez (Pedro Boada 46), Andres
     Roura (Juan Fuenmayor 46), Leonel Vielma (Daniel Godoy 84), Jorge
     Rojas; Cesar Gonzalez, Luis Vera (Evelio Hernandez), Miguel Mea
     Vitali (Andres Gonzalez 46), Giancarlo Maldonado; Jose Torrealba,
     Ruberth Moran (Jesus Gomez).

In Tallinn
Estonia 1 (Kristen Viikmae 35)
Bosnia-Herzegovina 0
HT: 1-0. Att: 4,000. Ref: Peter Frojdfeldt (Sweden).
EST: Artur Kotenko; Enar Jaager, Andrei Stepanov, Raio Piiroja, Urmas
     Rooba (Maksim Smirnov 51), Liivo Leetma, Sergei Terehhov, Ragnar
     Klavan (Aleksander Saharov 79), Kristen Viikmae (Tarmo Neemelo 72),
     Andres Oper, Dmitri Kruglov.
BIH: Kenan Hasagic (Goran Brasnic 82); Dzemal Berberovic (Almir Gredic
     63), Vedin Music, Emir Spahic, Zlatan Bajramovic, Velimir Vidic
     (Ninoslav Milenkovic 46), Elvir Bolic, Sergej Jakirovic, Sergej
     Barbarez, Vladan Grujic, Zvjezdan Misimovic (Zajko Zeba 72).

In Montpellier (Mosson Stadium)
France 3 (William Gallas 27, Zinedine Zidane 63, Thierry Henry 66)
Ivory Coast 0
HT: 1-0. Att: 31,457. Ref: Paolo Bertini (Italy).
FRA: Gregory Coupet; Willy Sagnol, Lilian Thuram (Sebastien Squillaci
     23), Jean-Alain Boumsong, William Gallas, Vikash Dhorasoo, Claude
     Makelele (Alou Diarra 88), Sylvain Wiltord (David Trezeguet 79),
     Zinedine Zidane, Florent Malouda (Jerome Rothen 72), Thierry Henry
     (Djibril Cisse 72).
CIV: Jean-Jacques Tizie; Marc Kpolo Zoro (Emmanuel Eboue 46), Cyril
     Domoraud, Kolo Toure, Arthur Boka, Didier Zokora (Guy Demel 70),
     Gilles Yapi Yapo, Bonaventure Kalou (Ndri Romaric 46), Siaka Tiene
     (Emerse Fae 46), Aruna Dindane, Didier Drogba (Bakari Kone 78).

In London, England (Griffen Park)
Ghana 0
Senegal 0

In Budapest
Hungary 1 (Sandor Torghelle 29)
Argentina 2 (Maximiliano Rodriguez 19, Gabriel Heinze 62)
HT: 0-0. Att: 27,000. Ref: Markus Merk (Germany).
HUN: Gabor Kiraly; Laszlo Eger, Roland Juhasz, Vilmos Vanczak (Norbert
     Toth 87); Laszlo Bodnar, Zoltan Boor (Krisztian Kenesei 67), Akos
     Takacs, Szabolcs Huszti, Peter Halmosi (Tamas Priskin 67); Zoltan
     Gera, Sandor Torghelle (Zsombor Kerekes 67).
ARG: Leonardo Franco; Lionel Scaloni, Roberto Ayala, Gabriel Heinze;
     Luis Gonzalez (Pablo Zabaleta 81), Lucas Bernardi, Juan Pablo
     Sorin, Maximiliano Rodriguez; Andres D'Alessandro (Lionel Messi
     89), Lisandro Lopez (Mario Santana 64), Hernan Crespo.
Sent off: Messi 65.

In Reykjavik
Iceland 4 (Gretar Steinsson 25, Arnar Vidarsson 42, Heidar Helguson,
     Veigar Gunnarsson 72)
South Africa 1 (Delron Buckley 28)
HT: 2-1.

In Dublin (Lansdowne Road)
Ireland 1 (Andy Reid 32)
Italy 2 (Andrea Pirlo 10, Alberto Gilardino 31)
HT: 1-2. Att: 44,000. Ref: Gomes Costa (Portugal).
IRL: 1-Shay Given; 2-Steve Finnan (12-Stephen Carr 57), 5-Richard Dunne
     (13-Andy O'Brien 46), 4-Kenny Cunningham, 3-John O'Shea (18-Liam
     Miller 77); 7-Steven Reid, 6-Matt Holland, 8-Kevin Kilbane;
     10-Andy Reid (21-Stephen Elliott 75), 9-Clinton Morrison,
     11-Damien Duff.
ITA: 1-Flavio Roma; 2-Cristian Zaccardo, 6-Alessandro Nesta (15-Marco
     Materazzi 46), 5-Fabio Cannavaro (C) (Andrea Barzagli 63),
     3-Gianluca Zambrotta; 4-Gennaro Gattuso, Andrea Pirlo (Simone
     Barone 75), Daniele Di Rossi (16-Fabio Grosso 46); 9-Christian
     Vieri, 11-Alberto Gilardino (21-Vincenzo Iaquinta 46),
     10-Alessandro Del Piero (19-Aimo Diana 46).

In Amman
Jordan 0
Armenia 0

In Vilnius
Lithuania 1 (Deividas Cesnauskis 45)
Belarus 0
HT: 1-0. Att: 2,500. Ref: Sipailo (Latvia).
LTU: Zydrunas Karcemarskas; Nerijus Barasa (Arunas Klimavicius 90),
     Andrius Skerla, Rolandas Dziaukstas, Aurelius Skarbalius
     (Gediminas Paulauskas 89), Deividas Cesnauskis (Mantas Savenas
     81), Deividas Semberas, Tomas Danilevicius (Aidas Preiksaitis 46),
     Edgaras Cesnauskis, Robertas Poskus (Dimitrijus Guscinas 46),
     Edgaras Jankauskas (Saulius Mikoliunas 62).
BLR: Yuri Zhevnov (Vasily Khomutovsky 46); Sergei Yaskovich (Oleg
     Shkabara 39), Sergei Omelyanchuk, Sergei Shtanyuk, Sergei Gurenko,
     Andrei Lavrik (Sergei Kornilenko 46; Vyacheslav Hleb 75), Denis
     Kovba, Valentin Belkevich (Denis Sashchenko 80), Vitaly Bulyga
     (Timofei Kalachev 46), Alexander Hleb, Vitaly Kutuzov.

In Ta'qali
Malta 1 (Ivan Woods 35)
Northern Ireland 1 (David Healy 9)
AT: 1-1. Att: 1,850. Ref: Riley (England).
MLT: Justin Haber; Peter Pullicino (Ian Ciantar 62), Luke Dimech
     (Kenneth Scicluna 62), Brian Said, Steve Wellman, Roderick Briffa,
     Gilbert Agius (George Mallia 74), Orosco Anonam, Ivan Woods,
     Claude Mattocks (Antoine Zahra 79), Andrew Cohen (Kevin Sammut
     86).
Sent off: Ivan Woods 77.
NIR: Maik Taylor; Stephen Craigan, Aaron Hughes, Colin Murdock, Keith
     Gillespie, Damien Johnson, Jeff Whitley (Steve Jones 59), Steve
     Davis (Phil Mulryne 89), Stuart Elliott (Chris Brunt 59), David
     Healy, James Quinn (Warren Feeney 59).
Sent off: Keith Gillespie 77.

In Rouen, France
Morocco 0
Togo 1 (Dogbe 20).
HT: 0-1.

In Rotterdam (De Kuip Stadium)
Netherlands 2 (Arjen Robben 3, 46)
Germany 2 (Michael Ballack 49, Gerald Asamoah 81)
HT: 1-0. Att: 45,500. Ref: Terje Hauge (Norway).
NED: 1-Edwin Van der Sar (C); 2-Jan Kromkamp (17-Rafael Van der Vaart
     46), 3-Khalid Boulahrouz, 4-Barry Opdam, 5-Tim De Cler (14-Wilfred
     Bouma 46); 8-Danny Landzaat, 6-Hedwiges Maduro (13-Johnny Heitinga
     53), 10-Philip Cocu; 11-Arjen Robben, 9-Ruud Van Nistelrooy
     (18-Roy Makaay 46), 7-Dirk Kuyt (19-Robin Van Persie 46).
GER: 1-Oliver Kahn; 3-Arne Friedrich (2-Andreas Hinkel 74), 4-Christian
     Woerns, 29-Per Mertesacker (5-Robert Huth 67), 19-Bernd Schneider;
     8-Torsten Frings (6-Thomas Hitzlsperger 67), 16-Dietmar Hamann
     (18-Tim Borowski 74), 15-Fabian Ernst (26-Sebastian Deisler 46);
     13-Michael Ballack (C); 11-Miroslav Klose (14-Gerald Asamoah 46),
     22-Kevin Kuranyi.

In Oslo (Ullevaal Stadium)
Norway 0
Switzerland 2 (Alexander Frei 50, Andre Bergdolmo og 59)
HT: 0-0. Att: 19,623. Ref: Nicolai Vollquartz (Denmark).
NOR: Thomas Myhre; Andre Bergdolmo, Claus Lundekvam, Erik Hagen (Kjetil
     Waehler 70), John Arne Riise; Alex Valencia (Hassan El-Fakiri 87),
     Kristofer Haestad, Christian Grindheim (Eirik Bakke 46), Morten
     Gamst Pedersen; Steffen Iversen (Ole Martin Arst 46); John Carew
     (Thorstein Helstad 46).
SUI: Pascal Zuberbuhler; Philipp Degen, Patrick Muller, Philippe
     Senderos (Boris Smiljanic 87), Ludovic Magnin (Christoph Spycher
     80), Ricardo Cabanas (Daniel Gygax 46), Johann Vogel, Hakan Yakin,
     Tranquillo Barnetta, Alexander Frei (Mauro Lustrinelli 80), Johan
     Streller (Johann Vonlanthen 46).

In Ciudad del Este (Estadio Antonio Oddone Sarubbi)
Paraguay 3 (Edgar Barreto 22, Nelson Haedo 45, Julio Dos Santos 75)
El Salvador 0
HT: 2-0. Att: 12,000.
PAR: Justo Villar (Derlis Gomez 46); Denis Caniza, Julio Caceres,
     Carlos Gamarra (Juan Caceres 50), Jorge Nunez, Carlos Bonet
     (Cristian Riveros 46), Edgar Barreto (Raul Roman 86), Carlos
     Paredes, Julio Dos Santos, Nelson Haedo (Domingo Salcedo 76),
     Salvador Cabanas (Cesar Ramirez 46).
SLV: Juan Jose Gomez; Victor Velazquez, Jose Rafael Tobar, Alex Escobar
     (Victor Merino 46), Denis Ariel Umanzor (Giovanni Romero 66),
     Dennis Jonathan Alas, Isaac Zelaya, Gilberto Alfredo Murga,
     Cristian Alvarez (Jorge Elenilson Sanchez 46), Juan Alexander
     Campos, Jose Manuel Martinez.

In Tacna (Jorge Basadre Stadium)
Peru 3 (Walter Vilchez 28, Paolo Guerrero 59, Miguel Villalta 63)
Chile 1 (Luis Fuentes 37)
HT: 1-1. Ref: Rene Ortube (Bolivia).
PER: Leao Butron; Jorge Huaman, Miguel Villalta (Alberto Rodriguez 72),
     Luis Guadalupe, Walter Vilchez; Juan Carlos La Rosa, Jose Mendoza
     (Paolo de la Haza 87), Juan Comigues (Edwin Perez 88), Juan Vargas
     (Luis Ramirez 84); Paolo Guerrero (Hernan Rengifo 84), Miguel
     Mosto (Junior Ross 74). 
CHI: Johnny Herrera (Claudio Bravo 72); Moises Villarroel, Luis Fuentes,
     Ricardo Rojas, Rodrigo Perez; Joel Reyes (Juan Luis Gonzalez 46),
     Rodrigo Melendez, Matias Fernandez (Rodrigo Toloza 67), Jorge
     Valdivia (Manuel Iturra 67); Patricio Galaz (Eduardo Rubio 67),
     Reinaldo Navia (Humberto Suazo 67).

In Ponta Delgada, Azores (Estadio do Sao Miguel)
Portugal 2 (Fernando Meira 50, Helder Postiga 69)
Egypt 0
HT: 0-0. Att: 20,000. Ref: Jacek Granat (Poland).
POR: Quim Silva; Paulo Ferreira (Marco Caneira 46), Jorge Andrade
     (Fernando Meira 46), Ricardo Carvalho, Alex, Armando Petit (Joao
     Moutinho 46), Tiago Mendes, Luis Figo (Luis Boa Morte 62), Hugo
     Viana (Joao Alves 62), Pedro Pauleta (Ricardo Quaresma 46), Helder
     Postiga.
EGY: Abdel Qahed Elsayed (Essam Elhadry 48); Mohamed Shawky, Emad Nahas
     (Abdul Elzahr Elsaka 60), Tarek Elsayed (Amir Azmy 71), Ahmed
     Fathy, Hosnyabd Rabo, Hossam Ghali (Mohamed Abotreka 60), Emad
     Abdelnabi, Amr Zaky, Wael Gomaa, Ahmed Hossam (Abdul El Halim Aly
     80).

In Gijon (Estadio El Molinan)
Spain 2 (Pablo Garcia og 24, Vicente 38pen)
Uruguay 0
HT: 2-0. Att: 23,348. Ref: Bartolo Bvenquereca (Portugal).
ESP: Jose Reina; Michel Salgado (Sergio Ramos 60), Carles Puyol, Carlos
     Marchena, Asier Del Horno (Antonio Lopez 75); Xabi Alonso (Sergio
     46); Joaquin (Luis Garcia 60), Xavi Hernandez, Vicente; Raul
     (Albert Luque 70), Fernando Morientes (Fernando Torres 46).
URU: Fabian Carini; Gustavo Varela (Diego Perez 80), Gonzalo Sorondo,
     Diego Lopez, Guillermo Rodriguez; Pablo Garcia; Fabian Stoyanoff
     (Alvaro Recoba 46), Javier Delgado (Oscar Javier Morales 70),
     Gonzalo Castro (Mario Regueiro 46); Richard Morales (Marcelo
     Zalayeta 71), Diego Forlan (Marcos Tejera 67).

In Stockholm (Ullevi Stadium)
Sweden 2 (Henrik Larsson 19, Markus Rosenberg 26)
Czech Republic 1 (Jan Koller 22pen)
HT: 2-1. Att: 23,117. Ref: Steve Bennett (England).
SWE: 1-Andreas Isaksson; 2-Alexander Ostlund, 3-Olof Mellberg (C)
     (17-Johan Elmander 46), 4-Petter Hansson, 5-Erik Edman (14-Olof
     Persson 46); 6-Tobias Linderoth (15-Daniel Andersson 77), 7-Niclas
     Alexandersson, 8-Kim Kallstrom, 9-Christian Wilhelmsson; 10-Markus
     Rosenberg (16-Marcus Allback 67), 11-Henrik Larsson (18-Johan
     Arneng 84).
CZE: 1-Petr Cech; 2-Zdenek Grygera, 22-David Rozehnal (5-Rene Bolf 46),
     17-Tomas Hubschman (20-Zdenek Pospech 46), 21-Tomas Ujfalusi;
     4-Tomas Galasek (C) (19-Lukas Zelenka 69); 7-Vladimir Smicer
     (13-Rudolf Skacel 46), 18-Marek Heinz (12-Tomas Jun 78), 14-Libor
     Sionko (3-Jan Polak 46); 15-Milan Baros, 9-Jan Koller.
 
In Swansea
Wales 0
Slovenia 0
Att: 11,087. Ref: Ian Stokes (Ireland).
WAL: 1-Danny Coyne; 2-Richard Duffy (12-Rob Edwards 73), 3-Sam Ricketts,
     4-Danny Gabbidon, 5-Robert Page, 6-David Partridge (15-Gareth
     Roberts 89), 7-Carl Fletcher, 8-Carl Robinson (18-Craig Davies 85),
     9-John Hartson (C), 10-Robert Earnshaw (14-Gavin Williams 61),
     11-David Vaughan (16-Paul Parry 67).
SVN: 1-Borut Mavric (12-Samir Handanovic 61); 2-Bostjan Cesar, 3-Suad
     Filekovic, 4-Matej Mavric (15-Goran Sukalo 46), 5-Aleksander Knavs
     (C), 6-Milenko Acimovic (14-Sebastjan Cimirotic 46), 7-Anton
     Zlogar, 8-Nastja Ceh, 9-Jalen Pokorn (20-Branko Ilic 55),
     10-Klemen Lavric (16-Aleksander Rodic 46), 11-Andrej Komac.

[Aug 24]

In Tehran
Iran 4 (Seyed Mohammad Alavi 7, Javad Nekounam 41, 90, Ali Daei 56)
Libya 0
HT: 2-0. Att: 15,000. Ref: Delawar (Bahrain).
IRN: Ebrahim Mirzapour; Hossein Kabei (Hadi Shakouri 61), Yahya
     Golmohammadi, Mohammad Nosrati, Sattar Zare, Javad Nekounam, Seyed
     Mohammad Alavi (Meysam Maniei 74), Javad Kazemian (Mojtaba Jabbari
     46), Eman Mobali (Arash Borhani 46), Alireza Vahedi Nikbakht
     (Andranik Teymourian 46), Ali Daei (Bizik 75).

[Sep 3]

In Bratislava
Slovakia 2 (Miroslav Karhan 20, 38)
Germany 0
HT: 2-0. Att: 9,276. Ref: Eric Bramhaar (Netherlands).
SVK: Kamil Contofalsky; Radoslav Zabavnik, Skrtel, Roman Kratochvil,
     Marian Had (Durica 46); Miroslav Karhan (Peter Hlinka 67), Jozef
     Valachovic (Martin Petras 52); Holosko (Martin Jakubko 80), Marek
     Mintal (Kozak 46), Vratislav Gresko; Robert Vittek (Mario Breska
     61).
GER: Jens Lehmann; Patrick Owomoyela (Thomas Hinkel 74), Per
     Mertesacker, Christian Woerns (Lukas Sinkiewicz 46), Thomas
     Hitzlsperger (Marcell Jansen 46); Sebastian Deisler, Fabian Ernst
     (Bastian Schweinsteiger 46), Michael Ballack, Bernd Schneider
     (Kevin Kuranyi 82); Miroslav Klose, Gerald Asamoah (Lukas Podolski
     46).

[Sep 7]

In Bremen
Germany 4 (Lukas Podolski 12, 48, 55, Tim Borowski 47)
South Africa 2 (Shaun Bartlett 26pen, Benedict McCarthy 50)
HT: 1-1. Att: 28,100. Ref: Grzegorz Gilewski (Poland).
GER: Jens Lehmann; Patrick Owomoyela, Per Mertesacker, Lukas Sinkiewicz,
     Marcell Jansen; Sebastian Deisler (Bernd Schneider 46), Tim
     Borowski, Michael Ballack, Bernd Schweinsteiger (Fabian Ernst 68);
     Miroslav Klose (Kevin Kuranyi 77), Lukas Podolski (Gerald Asamoah
     77).
RSA: Hans Vonk; Lucky Lekgwathi, Aaron Mokoena, Ricardo Katza, Thabiso
     Rammile (Mbulelo Mabizela 65); Phil Evans, Benedict Vilakazi
     (Siyabonga Nkosi 79); Sibusiso Zuma (Lerato Chabangu 86), Elrio
     van Heerden (Zwane 90), Delron Buckley (Lungisani Ndlela 79);
     Shaun Bartlett (Benni McCarthy 46).

In Miyagi (Miyagi Stadium)
Japan 5 (Naohiro Takahara 33, Atsushi Yanagisawa 48, 70, Shunsuke
     Nakamura 55pen, Mitsuo Ogasawara 78)
Honduras 4 (Wilmer Velasquez 8, 27, 50, Saul Martinez 46+)
HT: 0-0. Att: 45,198.
JPN: Seigo Narazaki; Akira Kaji, Yuji Nakazawa, Tsuneyasu Miyamoto,
     Alessandro Santos, Junichi Inamoto (Mitsuo Ogasawara 64), Koji
     Nakata, Shunsuke Nakamura (Makoto Tanaka 87), Hidetoshi Nakata,
     Atsushi Yanagisawa (Keiji Tamada 71), Naohiro Takahara (Masashi
     Oguro 79).
HON: Junior Morales; Jorge Samuel Caballero, Junior Izaguirre (Erick
     Vallecillo 86), Maynor Figueroa, Amado Guevara, Mario Ivan
     Guerrero, Denis Ferrera (Carlos Oliva 77), Mario Berrios (Elmer
     Marin 66), Oscar Garcia, Wilmer Velasquez (Eddy Vega 77), Saul
     Martinez.

[Oct 8]

In Riga (Skonto Stadium)
Latvia 2 (Vits Rimkus 67, Andrejs Rubins 89)
Japan 2 (Naohiro Takahara 5, Shunsuke Nakamura 52pen)
HT: 0-1.
LVA: Aleksandrs Kolinko; Igors Stepanovs, Vitalijs Astafjevs (Aleksejs
     Visnakovs 46), Arturs Zakresevskis, Juris Laizans (Vladimirs
     Kolesnicenko 84), Dzintars Zirnis (Kristaps Blanks 87), Aleksandrs
     Isakovs, Genadijs Solonicins (Mihails Zemlinskis 34th; Vits Rimkus
     46), Maris Verpakovskis (Gatis Kalnins 61), Andrejs Rubins,
     Viktors Morozs.
JPN: Yoichi Doi; Yuichi Komano, Makoto Tanaka, Teruyuki Moniwa, Koji
     Nakata, Junichi Inamoto, Hidetoshi Nakata (Masashi Motoyama 86),
     Daisuke Matsui (Alessandro Santos 76), Shunsuke Nakamura (Keisuke
     Tsuboi 76), Atsushi Yanagisawa (Yoshito Okubo 65), Naohiro
     Takahara (Takayuki Suzuki 86).

In Istanbul
Turkey 2 (Halil Altintop 25, Nuri Sahin 89)
Germany 1 (Oliver Neuville 90)
HT: 1-0. Att: 25,000. Ref: Domenico Messina (Italy).
TUR: Volkan Demirel; Hamit Altintop, Alpay Ozalan, Ibrahim Toraman,
     Umit Ozat (Ibrahim Akin 78); Selcuk Sahin (Nuri Sahin 86), Huseyin
     Cimsir, Yildiray Basturk (Ergun Penbe 46), Tumer Metin (Necati
     Ates 67); Halil Altintop (Serkan Balci 46), Nihat Kahveci (Serhat
     Akin 84).
GER: Oliver Kahn; Patrick Owomoyela, Per Mertesacker, Lukas Sinkiewicz,
     Marcell Jansen; Bernd Schneider, Torsten Frings (Sebastian Deisler
     46), Tim Borowski (Mike Hanke 73), Bastian Schweinsteiger (Thomas
     Hitzlsperger 81); Lukas Podolski, Kevin Kuranyi (Oliver Neuville
     46).

[Oct 12]

In Hamburg
Germany 1 (Torsten Frings 51pen)
China 0
HT: 0-0. Att: 48,734. Ref: Lucilio Cardoso Cortez Batista (Portugal).
GER: Oliver Kahn; Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker (Robert Huth 46),
     Christoph Metzelder, Bastian Schweinsteiger (Thomas Hitzlsperger
     89); Sebastian Deisler, Tim Borowski, Torsten Frings, Bernd
     Schneider; Oliver Neuville (Patrick Owomoyela 90), Lukas Podolski
     (Kevin Kuranyi 52).
CHN: Li Leilei; Du Wei, Li Weifeng, Li Mingyi; Sun Jihai (Wang Liang
     83), Li Tie, Li Yan, Sun Xiang (Zheng Bin 90); Shao Jiayi (Cao
     Yang 59), Zheng Zhi (Xu Liang 80); Xie Hui (Dong Fangzhuo 46; Zhou
     Jie 90).

In Seoul (Seoul World Cup Stadium)
South Korea 2 (Cho Won-hee 1, Kim Jin-kyu 90)
Iran 0
HT: 1-0. Att: 61,457. Ref: Khalil Al-Ghamdi (Saudi Arabia).
KOR: 1-Lee Woon-jae (C); 4-Choi Jin-cheul (12-Baek Ji-hoon 46), 6-Kim
     Jin-kyu, 5-Kim Young-chul, 13-Kim Dong-jin, 8-Kim Do-heon (2-You
     Kyoung-youl 66), 17-Lee Ho (15-Kim Jung-woo 62), 23-Cho Won-hee,
     7-Park Ji-sung, 10-Park Chu-young (9-Lee Chun-soo 64), 20-Lee
     Dong-gook (19-Ahn Jung-hwan 82).
IRN: Ebrahim Mirzapour; Fereydoon Zandi (Andranik Teymourian 90),
     Sattar Zare, Vahid Hashemian, Moharram Navidkia (Arash Borhani 67),
     Rahman Rezaei, Ali Karimi, Mohammad Nosrati (Hossein Kabei 45),
     Javad Nekounam, Syed Mohammad Alavi, Yahya Golmohammadi.

In Kyiv (Olympic Stadium)
Ukraine 1 (Andriy Husin 89pen)
Japan 0
HT: 0-0. Ref: Romans Lajuks (Latvia).
UKR: Maksym Startsev; Andriy Nesmachnyi, Oleksandr Yatsenko, Anatoliy
     Tymoshchuk (Oleksandr Maksimov 65), Vladyslav Vashchuk, Oleg
     Shelayev (Oleksandr Radchenko 46), Sergiy Shishchenko (Ruslan
     Rotan 46), Oleksandr Rykun (Sergiy Nazarenko 46; Andriy Rusol 89),
     Andriy Vorobey, Andriy Husin, Oleksiy Bielik (Oleg Venglynskiy 46).
JPN: Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi; Yuichi Komano, Keisuke Tsuboi (Yoshito Okubo
     89), Teruyuki Moniwa, Alessandro Santos (Shinji Murai 68), Koji
     Nakata, Hidetoshi Nakata, Junichi Inamoto, Shunsuke Nakamura
     (Daisuke Matsui 69), Naohiro Takahara (Takayuki Suzuki 46),
     Atsushi Yanagisawa (Yoshinobu Minowa 57).
Sent off: Koji Nakata 53.

[Oct 26]

In Guadalajara (Estadio Jalisco)
Mexico 3 (Carlos Salcido 16, Diego Martinez 47pen, Luis Ernesto Perez 53)
Uruguay 1 (Sebastian Abreu 17)
HT: 1-1. Att: 45,000. Ref: Hugo Leon Guajardo (Mexico).
MEX: Oswaldo Sanchez; Mario Mendez (Luis Ernesto Perez 46), Francisco
     Javier Rodriguez, Ricardo Osorio, Joel Huiqui (Gonzalo Pineda 46),
     Carlos Salcido, Juan Pablo Rodriguez (Israel Lopez 62), Diego
     Martinez, Jaime Lozano (Daniel Osorno 46), Guillermo Franco,
     Francisco Fonseca (Omar Bravo 63).
URU: Sergio Navarro; Diego Godin, Carlos Garcia, Guillermo Rodriguez,
     Pablo Lima (Pablo Melo 82), Maximiliano Pereira (Sebastian Vazquez
     46), Omar Pouso, Richard Nunez (Sergio Blanco 63), Martin Liguera,
     Vicente Sanchez, Sebastian Abreu (Pablo Granoche 57).

[Oct 27]

In Manama (National Stadium)
Bahrain 5 (Abdulla Al-Dikheel 44, Ahmed Al-Hujairi 82, Mahmood Abbas 83,
     Abdulla Al-Marzooqi 88, Abdulrahman Mubarak 89)
Panama 0
HT: 1-0.
BHR: Sayed Mohammed Jaffer; Ghazi Al-Kuwari, Abdulla Al-Marzooqi,
     Ebrahim Al Mishkhas, Ahmed Al-Hujairi, Hussain Salman, Saleh
     Farhan, Fawzi Ayesh, Rashid Al-Dossary, Ahmed Hassan, Abdulla
     Al-Dikheel.
PAN: Jose Calderon; Jose Anthony, Celso Polo, Christian Vega, Raul Loo,
     Amilcar Henriquez, Anthony Basile, James Brown, Engin Mitre,
     Gustavo Avila, Luis Gallardo.

[Nov 9]

In Fort-de-France (Stade Dillon)
Costa Rica 2 (Saborio 14, Fonseca 41)
France 3 (Nicolas Anelka 49, Djibril Cisse 80, Thierry Henry 87)
HT: 2-0. Att: 16,216. Ref: M Alcala Pineda (Mexico).
CRC: Porras; Wallace (Bolanos 63), Luis Marin (C), Gonzalez (Castro 84), 
     Hernandez (Myrie 63), Segueira (Salazar 87), Drummond, Centeno, 
     Fonseca, Gomez, Saborio (Ruiz 74).
FRA: Fabien Barthez; William Gallas, Lilian Thuram (C), Givet (Jerome
     Rothen 71), Abidal (Anthony Reveillere 15), Alou Diarra, Vikash
     Dhorasoo, Sylvain Wiltord (Sidney Govou 63), Florent Malouda, 
     Nicolas Anelka (Djibril Cisse 71), Thierry Henry.

[Nov 12]

In Geneva, Switzerland (Stade de Geneve)
Argentina 2 (Hernan Crespo 34, Walter Samuel 54)
England 3 (Wayne Rooney 38, Michael Owen 87, 90+2)
HT: 1-1. Att: 29,000.
ARG: 1-Roberto Abbondanzieri; 4-Javier Zanetti, 2-Roberto Ayala
     (22-Fabricio Coloccini 75), 6-Walter Samuel, 3-Juan Pablo Sorin,
     5-Martin Demichelis, 15-Maximiliano Rodriguez, 19-Esteban
     Cambiasso, 8-Juan Roman Riquelme (16-Luis Gonzalez 84), 11-Carlos
     Tevez (20-Julio Ricardo Cruz 81), 9-Hernan Crespo (7-Javier
     Saviola 71).
ENG: 1-Paul Robinson, 2-Luke Young (20-Peter Crouch 81), 5-Rio
     Ferdinand, 6-John Terry, 3-Wayne Bridge (12-Paul Konchesky 46),
     11-Ledley King (19-Joe Cole 57), 7-David Beckham (C), 4-Steven
     Gerrard, 8-Frank Lampard, 10-Michael Owen, 9-Wayne Rooney.

In Sofia
Bulgaria 6 (Chavdar Yankov 2, 28, Dimitar Berbatov 35, 47, Svetoslav
     Todorov 62, 90pen)
Georgia 2 (Lasha Jakobia 83, Gogita Gogua 90)
HT: 3-0.
BUL: Stoyan Kolev; Daniel Bozhkov, Nikolai Domakinov, Alexander Tunchev
     (Yanko Valkanov 55), Chavdar Yankov, Dimitar Berbatov, Valeri
     Bojinov, Stilian Petrov (Georgi Iliev 48), Blagoi Georgiev
     (Kaloyan Karadjinov 55), Martin Petrov (Svetoslav Todorov 60),
     Asen Karaslavov (Zdravko Lazarov 56).
GEO: Nukri Revishvili; Kakha Kaladze, Kakhaber Mzhavanadze, Lasha
     Salukvadze, Georgi Ganugrava, Georgi Demetradze, Dzhaba Kankava,
     Levan Kobiashvili, David Mujiri (Alexander Lashvili 46), Zurab
     Khizanishvili (Lasha Jakobia 60), David Odikadze (Gogita Gogua 46).

In Helsinki
Finland 2 (Daniel Sjolund 7, Kari Arkivuo 58)
Estonia 2 (Dmitri Kruglov 62pen, Joel Lindpere 85)
HT: 1-0.

In Saint-Denis (Stade de France)
France 0
Germany 0
Att: 58,889. Ref: Steve Bennett (England).
FRA: Gregory Coupet; Anthony Reveillere, Jean-Alain Boumsong, Lilian
     Thuram (C), William Gallas, Willy Sagnol, Vikash Dhorasoo (Alou
     Diarra 75), Claude Makelele, Florent Malouda (Jerome Rothen 69),
     Thierry Henry (Nicolas Anelka 46), David Trezeguet (Djibril Cisse
     69).
GER: Jens Lehmann; Robert Huth, Arne Friedrich, Arne Mertesacker,
     Marcell Jansen, Sebastian Deisler (Bastian Schweinsteiger 46),
     Michael Ballack (C), Bernd Schneider (Tim Borowski 75), Torsten
     Frings, Miroslav Klose, Lukas Podolski (Kevin Kuranyi 83).

In Amsterdam (Amsterdam ArenA)
Netherland 1 (Ryan Babel 38)
Italy 3 (Alberto Gilardino 41, Ron Vlaar og 45+1, Luca Toni 50)
HT: 1-2. Att: 49,000.
NED: Edwin van der Sar; Jan Kromkamp (Nigel de Jong 60), Ron Vlaar
     (Andre Ooijer 60), Joris Mathijsen, Giovanni van Bronckhorst,
     Denny Landzaat, Phillip Cocu (George Boateng 87), Rafael van der
     Vaart, Romeo Castelen, Dirk Kuyt, Ryan Babel (Jan Vennegoor of
     Hesselink 82).
ITA: Christian Abbiati; Gianluca Zambrotta, Fabio Cannavaro, Alessandro
     Nesta, Fabio Grosso, Gennaro Gattuso, Andrea Pirlo (Simone Barone
     87), Mauro Camoranesi (Aimo Diana 78), Alessandro Del Piero, Luca
     Toni (Vincenzo Iaquinta 68), Alberto Gilardino (Daniele de Rossi
     60).

In Coimbra
Portugal 2 (Armando Petit 33, Pedro Pauleta 65)
Croatia 0
HT: 1-0. Att: 25,000.
POR: Ricardo Pereira; Marco Caneira (Jorge Ribeiro 80), Luis Boa Morte,
     Fernando Meira, Armando Petit (Nuno Frechaut 73), Cristiano
     Ronaldo (Joao Alves 76), Pedro Pauleta (C) (Nuno Gomes 64),
     Ricardo Carvalho, Miguel Monteiro (Paulo Ferreira 61), Francisco
     Costinha, Tiago Mendes (Helder Postiga 78).
CRO: Tomislav Butina; Robert Kovac (Ivan Bosnjak 46), Josip Simunic,
     Stjepan Tomas, Darijo Srna (Mario Tokic 46), Marko Babic, Niko
     Kovac, Niko Kranjkar, Jerko Leko, Dado Prso, Bosko Balaban (Ivan
     Leko 76).

In Bucharest
Romania 1 (Adrian Iencsi 52)
Ivory Coast 2 (Arouna Kone 48, Bakary Kone 90+1)
HT: 0-0. Att: 10,000.

In Glasgow (Hampden Park)
Scotland 1 (Andy Webster 37)
United States 1 (Josh Wolff 9pen)
HT: 1-1. Att: 26,708. Ref: Alberto Undiamo Mallenco (Spain).
SCO: 1-Craig Gordon; 2-Christian Dailly (C), 3-Graham Alexander,
     6-David Weir (15-Gary Caldwell 46), 4-Steven Pressley (14-Steven
     Caldwell 46), 5-Andy Webster; 8-Paul Hartley, 10-Nigel Quashie
     (20-Scott Brown 74), 7-Darren Fletcher; 9-Garry O'Connor (17-Shaun
     Maloney 74), 11-Neil McCann (16-James McFadden 64).
USA: 18-Kasey Keller (C); 6-Steve Cherundolo, 4-Carlos Bocanegra
     (12-Jimmy Conrad 80), 3-Gregg Berhalter, 2-Jonathan Spector;
     5-Brian Carroll, 25-Kerry Zavagnin (15-Ben Olsen 46), 24-Eddie
     Gaven (23-Santino Quaranta 46), 17-DaMarcus Beasley (19-Heath
     Pearce 77); 16-Josh Wolff (11-Chris Rolfe 58), 9-Brian Ching.

In Port Elizabeth (EPRU Stadium)
South Africa 2 (Sibusiso Zuma 8, Siyabonga Nomvete 67)
Senegal 3 (Souleymane Camara 3, Diomansy Camara 20, Momar Ndiaye 83)
HT: 1-2.

In Seoul (Seoul World Cup Stadium)
South Korea 2 (Ahn Jung-hwan 7, Kim Young-chul 52)
Sweden 2 (Johan Elmander 9, Markus Rosenberg 57)
HT: 1-1. Att: 59,113. Ref: Wan Daxue (China).
KOR: Lee Woon Jae (C); Choi Jin-cheul, Kim Young-chul, Kim Dong-jin,
     Lee Ho, Lee Young-pyo, Cho Won-hee, Park Ji-sung, Seol Ki-hyun,
     Park Chu-young (Kim Do-heon 69), Ahn Jung-hwan.
SWE: Eddie Gustafsson; Mikael Dorsin, Teddy Lucic, Fredrik Risp (Daniel
     Majstorovic 59), Alexander Ostlund, Markus Allback (Markus
     Rosenberg 43), Johan Elmander (Fredrik Berglund 77), Tobias Hysen,
     Tobias Linderoth (C), Anders Svensson (Daniel Andersson 70).

In Abu Dhabi (Zayed Sports City Stadium)
United Arab Emirates 0
Brazil 8 (Kaka 21, Adriano 53pen, Fred 58, 85, Lucio 64, Juninho
     Pernambucano 71, 80, Cicinho 90+1)
HT: 0-1. Att: 50,000.
UAE: Ismail Rabea (Mutaz Abdulla 82); Ali Masarri, Humaid Fahker, Helal
     Saeed (Adel Nasib 74), Abdul Raheem Jumaa (Salem Saad 76), Alo Ali,
     Ali Abbas, Ali Al Wehaibi (Yousef Aziz 85), Saleh Obaid (Subait
     Khater 30), Ismail Matar, Faisal Khalil.
Sent off: Ali Abbas 70.
BRA: Dida; Cafu (Cicinho 63), Lucio, Juan (Roque Junior 46), Roberto
     Carlos (Gustavo Nery 46), Emerson (Gilberto Silva 63), Ze Roberto
     (Edmilson 46), Kaka, Ronaldinho (Ricardinho 59), Adriano (Juninho
     Pernambucano 59), Robinho (Fred 46).

[Nov 13]

In Barcelona, Spain (Mini Estadi)
Ecuador 0
Poland 3 (Tomasz Klos 2, Euzebiusz Smolarek 58, Sebastian Mila 90)
HT: 0-1. Att: 6,000. Ref: Xavier Moreno Delgado (Spain).
ECU: 1-Damian Lanza; 4-Ulises De la Cruz (16-Luis Saritama 79),
     14-Segundo Castillo, 2-Jose Cortez, 13-Paul Ambrossi (3-Fricson
     George 65); 15-Marlon Ayovi, 20-Edwin Tenorio (10-Cristian Lara
     75), 5-Antonio Valencia (18-Neicer Reasco 56) 8-Edison Mendez;
     11-Agustin Delgado, 9-Felix Borja (17-Walter Calderon 56).
POL: 1-Artur Boruc (12-Jerzy Dudek 67); 4-Marcin Baszczynski, 2-Tomasz
     Klos (6-Jacek Bak 46), 15-Mariusz Jop, 14-Michal Zewlakow
     (3-Tomasz Rzasa 46); 5-Kamil Kosowski (9-Grzegorz Rasiak 61),
     16-Arkadiusz Radomski, 7-Radoslaw Sobolewski, 8-Jacek Krzynowek.

[Nov 16]

In Limassol (Tsirion Stadium)
Cyprus 1 (Chrisis Michael 43pen)
Wales 0
HT: 1-0.

In Pireaus (Georgis Karaiskakis Stadium)
Greece 2 (Stylianos Giannakopoulus 31, Pantelis Kafes 90+1)
Hungary 1 (Krisztian Kenesei 77)
HT: 1-0. Att: 12,500. Ref: Pieter Vink (Netherlands).
GRE: 1-Antonios Nikopolidis (12-Stefanos Kotsolis 74); 28-Paraskejas
     Antzas, 25-Sotiris Kyrgiakos, 14-Anagiotis Fyssas (17-Teofanis
     Gekas 86), 2-Georgios Seitaridis (24-Lukas Vyntra 53),
     21-Konstantinos Katsouranis, 7-Theodoros Zagorakis (16-Pantelis
     Kafes 46), 6-Angelis Bassinas, 8-Stylianos Giannakopoulos
     (19-Mihail Kapsis 90+5), 26-Evangelos Mantzios (33-Nikolas
     Lymperopoulos 46), 22-Dimitrios Salpingidis (11-Dimitrios
     Papadopoulos 46).
HUN: 1-Gabor Kiraly; 11-Laszlo Bodnar, 5-Laszlo Eger, 4-Gabor Gyepes,
     2-Zoltan Balog (13-Istvan Ferenczi 46), 7-Zoltan Boor (9-Krisztian
     Kenesei 69), 6-Gyorgy Korsos, 20-Denes Rosa, 10-Tamas Hajnal
     (3-Attila Bojte 90), 8-Peter Halmosi, 14-Sandor Torghelle.
Sent off: Sandor Torghelle 82.

In Geneva, Switzerland (Stade de Geneve)
Italy 1 (Aimo Diana 85)
Ivory Coast 1 (Didier Drogba 71)
HT: 0-0. Ref: Bertolini (Switzerland).
ITA: Christian Abbiati (Marco Amelia 71); Cristian Zaccardo (Massimo
     Oddo 46), Andrea Barzagli, Marco Materazzi, Fabio Grosso (Gianluca
     Zambrotta 63); Simone Barone, Andrea Pirlo (Gennaro Gattuso 46),
     Daniele De Rossi (Mauro Camoranesi 46); Alberto Gilardino (Luca
     Toni 46), Vincenzo Iaquinta, Alessandro Del Piero (Aimo Diana 46).
CIV: Barry Boubacar; Marc Zoro, Kolo Toure, Abdoulaye Meite, Arthur
     Boka (Siaka Tiene 77); Gilles Yapi-Yapo (Bonaventure Kalou 46),
     Didier Zokora, Gnegneri Yaya Toure (Abdoulaye Junior Djire 71);
     Aruna Dindane (Bakary Kone 46), Didier Drogba (Traore 81),
     Arouna Kone (Christian Koffi Ndri 77).

In Tokyo (National Stadium)
Japan 1 (Daisuke Matsui 90)
Angola 0
HT: 0-0. Att: 52,406.
JPN: Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi; Makoto Tanaka (Daisuke Matsui 66), Tsuneyasu
     Miyamoto, Yuji Nakazawa, Yuichi Komano, Hidetoshi Nakata, Junichi
     Inamoto (Yuki Abe 80), Alessandro Santos, Shunsuke Nakamura,
     Atsushi Yanagisawa, Naohiro Takahara (Masashi Oguro 79).
ANG: Joao Ricardo; Jacinto, Alex, Jamba, Delgado, Miloy, Figueiredo
     (Simao 87), Edson (Santana 89), Maurito (Flavio 69), Mendonca (Ze
     Kalanga 79), Akwa (Love 62).

In Hesperange (Stade Alphonse Theis)
Luxembourg 0
Canada 1 (Iain Hume 69)
HT: 0-0. Ref: Gomes Costa (Portugal).
CAN: 1-Kenny Stamatopoulos; 3-Chris Pozniak; 13-Atiba Hutchinson;
     4-Kevin McKenna (C); 5-Ante Jazic (15-Josh Simpson 59); 12-Ive
     Sulentic (16-Jaime Peters 64); 14-Dwayne de Rosario; 8-Daniel
     Imhof (10-Patrice Bernier 46); 11-Jim Brennan; 7-Iain Hume;
     17-Stephen Ademolu (9-Will Johnson 84).

In Houston, Texas, USA (Reliant Stadium)
Mexico 0
Bulgaria 3 (Yanko Valkanov 4, Valeri Bojinov 33, Dimitar Berbatov 80)
HT: 0-2. Ref: Brian Hall (United States).
MEX: 1-Oswaldo Sanchez; 2-Francisco Javier Rodriguez, 3-Carlos Salcido,
     18-Diego Martinez (Omar Bravo 46), 5-Ricardo Osorio, 6-Oscar Rojas,
     23-Luis Perez, 8-Pavel Pardo, 7-Antonio Naelson 'Zinha' (Juan
     Pablo Rodriguez 70), 17-Francisco Fonseca (Daniel Osorno 46),
     10-Guillermo Franco.
BUL: 12-Stoyan Kolev; 22-Asen Karaslavov, 11-Zdravko Lazarov (Svetoslav
     Todorov 62), 5-Nikolai Domakinov, 3-Yanko Valkanov (Aleksandar
     Tunchev 77), 9-Dimitar Berbatov (Tsvetan Genkov 86), 17-Martin
     Petrov, 19-Georgi Iliev, 10-Valeri Bojinov, Daniel Bozhkov,
     Stilian Petrov (Blagoy Georgiev 85).

In Belfast (Windsor Park)
Northern Ireland 1 (Warren Feeney 54)
Portugal 1 (Stephen Craigan og 41)
HT: 0-1.
NIR: Maik Taylor; Keith Gillespie (Dean Shiels 87), Colin Murdock,
     Stephen Craigan, Tony Capaldi, Steve Jones (Gareth McAuley 46),
     Steven Davis, Chris Brunt, Stuart Elliott (Grant McCann 46), James
     Quinn (Peter Thompson 78), Warren Feeney (Ivan Sproule 87).

In Poznan (Ostrowiec Swietokrzyski Stadium)
Poland 3 (Mariusz Lewandowski 8, Sebastian Mila 57, Grzegorz Piechna 87)
Estonia 1 (Ingemar Teever 68)
HT: 1-0. Att: 8,500. Ref: Jouni Hyytia (Finland).
POL: 1-Jerzy Dudek (12-Wojciech Kowalewski 46); 3-Marcin Wasilewski,
     6-Bartosz Bosacki (5-Arkadiusz Glowacki 62), 18-Mariusz
     Lewandowski, 2-Marcin Adamski; 7-Damian Gorawski, 8-Piotr Giza
     (4-Dariusz Dudka 83), 13-Sebastian Mila, 10-Marcin Kaczmarek
     (15-Ireneusz Jelen 46); 9-Marek Saganowski (14-Przemyslaw
     Kazmierczak 73), 11-Pawel Brozek (16-Grzegorz Piechna 46).
EST: 1-Mart Poom; 2-Teet Allas, 3-Andrei Stepanov (16-Enar Jaager 15),
     4-Raio Piiroja, 5-Dimitri Kruglov; 7-Ingemar Teever (22-Juergen
     Kuresoo 82), 8-Aleksandr Dmitrijev, 6-Martin Reim (17-Taavi Rahn
     54), 10-Joel Lindpere, 11-Sergei Terehhov; 9-Tarmo Neemelo.

In Doha
Qatar 0
Argentina 3 (Juan Roman Riquelme 70, Julio Cruz 71, Roberto Ayala)
HT: 0-0.

In Bucharest
Romania 3 (Daniel Nicolae 15, Florentin Petre 48, Laurentiu Rosu 90)
Nigeria 0
HT: 1-0.

In Seoul (Seoul World Cup Stadium)
South Korea 2 (Choi Jin-cheul 4, Lee Dong-gook 66)
Serbia-Montenegro 0
HT: 1-0. Att: 40,127.
KOR: 1-Lee Woon-jae (C); 4-Choi Jin-cheul, 5-Kim Young-chul, 3-Kim
     Dong-jin (6-Kim Jin-kyu 52), 13-Lee Eul-yong, 15-Kim Jung-woo,
     12-Lee Young-pyo, 23-Cho Won-hee, 7-Park Ji-sung, 11-Cha Du-ri
     (16-Chung Kyung-ho 88), 20-Lee Dong-gook (19-Ahn Jung-hwan 71).
SCG: Dragoslav Jevric (Oliver Kovacevic 82); Djordje Jokic, Aleksandar
     Lukovic, Marko Basa, Bojan Neziri (Ognjen Koroman 46), Dragan
     Mladenovic (Albert Nadj 74), Nedad Djordjevic, Nenad Kovacevic,
     Zvonimir Vukic (Sasa Ilic 74), Savo Milosevic (Nikola Zigic 46),
     Mateja Kezman (Danijel Ljuboja 46).

[Dec 31]

In Harare
Zimbabwe 1 (George Mbwando 63)
Zambia 1 (Dube Phiri 85)
HT: 0-0.


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