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Ivory Coast 1-0 Italy LIVE!
8/10/10 07:45 PM BST
United States 0-2 Brazil LIVE! 8/11/10 01:00 AM BST
South Korea 2-1 Nigeria
8/11/10 12:00 PM BST
Russia 1-0 Bulgaria 
8/11/10 04:00 PM BST
  Angola 0-2 Uruguay 
8/11/10 09:30 PM BST
Finland 1-0 Belgium
8/11/10 05:00 PM BST
Slovakia 1-1 Croatia 
8/11/10 07:30 PM BST
Turkey 2-0 Romania
8/11/10 07:15 PM BST
Czech Rep. 4-1 Latvia
8/11/10 07:15 PM BST
Wales 5-1 Luxembourg
8/11/10 07:45 PM BST
Sweden 3-0 Scotland
8/11/10 07:00 PM BST
Ukraine 1-1 Netherlands
8/11/10 07:00 PM BST
Austria 0-1 Switzerland 
8/11/10 07:30 PM BST
Montenegro 2-0 N. Ireland
8/11/10 07:30 PM BST
Poland 0-3 Cameroon
8/11/10 07:30 PM BST
  Denmark 2-2 Germany 
8/11/10 07:30 PM BST
Serbia 0-1 Greece 
8/11/10 07:30 PM BST
Slovenia 2-0 Australia
8/11/10 07:45 PM BST
England 2-1 Hungary LIVE!
8/11/10 08:00 PM BST
Norway 2-1 France LIVE!
8/11/10 08:15 PM BST
Ireland 0-1 Argentina LIVE! 8/11/10 07:45 PM BST
Mexico 1-1 Spain LIVE! 8/11/10 09:00 PM BST


Bosnia-Herzegovina 1-1 Qatar: Click here for the full match report.

Cote d'Ivoire 1-0 Italy: Click here for the match report, ratings, and more.

USA 0-2 Brazil: Click here for the match report, ratings, and more.

South Korea 2-1 Nigeria: Click here for the full match report.

Russia 1-0 Bulgaria:
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Finland 1-0 Belgium: Click here for the full match report.

Ukraine 1-1 Netherlands: Click here for the full match report.

Denmark 2-2 Germany:
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Ireland 0-1 Argentina:
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England 2-1 Hungary:
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Poland 0-3 Cameroon: Click here for the full match report.

Czech Republic 4-1 Latvia: Click here for the full match report.

Austria 0-1 Switzerland:
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Montengro 2-0 Northern Ireland:
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Mexico 1-1 Spain: Click here for the match report, ratings, and more.

Slovenia 2-0 Australia:
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Serbia 0-1 Greece:
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Turkey 2-0 Romania:
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Slovakia 1-1 Croatia: Click here for the full match report.

Angola 0-2 Uruguay: Click here for the full match report.

Wales 5-1 Luxembourg:
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Lithuania 0-2 Belarus: Bernd Stange's side defeated Lithuania 2-0 at the S. Darius and S. Girenas Stadium in Kaunas. Both the Belarussian goals came from striker Vyacheslav Hleb, who found the hosts' net first in the 49th minute and then in the 90th minute.

Moldova 0-0 Georgia: It finished 0-0 between the two lightweights of European football at Chisinau on Wednesday afternoon. Georgia had defender Ucha Lobjanidze sent off on 75 minutes.

Azerbaijan 1-1 Kuwait: The Europeans took the lead through Elvin Mammadov in the 43rd minute but conceded the equaliser eight minutes from full-time when Bader Al-Mutwa found the hosts' net.

Cyprus 1-0 Andorra: A fifth minute goal from defender Andreas Constantinou was enough for Angelos Anastasiadis' side to win in front of their own supporters on Wednesday evening.

Estonia 2-1 Faroe Islands: Tarmo Ruutli's team staged a dramatic comeback at the A Le Coq Arena inTallinn to start their Euro 2012 qualification on a high. The visitors went ahead two minutes before the half-hour mark through Jaan Simun Edmundsson but the home side scored twice in injury time of the match, both goals coming from Kaimar Saag. This means that Estonia now bag three points and are in pole position of Group C.

Albania 1-0 Uzbekistan: The Europeans won at home on Wednesday evening in their Euro 2012 warm-up fixture, thanks to a 14th minute goal from Rapid Wien striker Hamdi Salihi.

Iceland 1-1 Liechtenstein: The Islanders were hoping to garner an encouraging win under their belt and indeed after 20 minutes they did get some hopeful sign when Rurik Gislason broke the deadlock. However, Liechtenstein restored parity in the 69th minute through Martin Stocklasa. Both sides will now look towards the Euro 2012 qualifying campaign that begins next month.

Bolivia 1-1 Colombia:
South American rivals Bolivia and Colombia played out a tight 1-1 draw in La Paz, with local players from both sides having the opportunity to impress their national managers as the European-based stars were left at home. The visitors who took the lead after 37 minutes. Defender Carlos Bacca netted in bizarre fashion after his strong header rebounded off the post, only to take a deflection off the prostrate Bolivian goalkeeper Daniel Vaca and bounce in. On 65 minutes, forward Roberto Galindo struck with the equaliser. A long punt downfield was not dealt with by the Cafetero defence, and Galindo swooped to knock the ball into the back of the net.

Paraguay 2-0 Costa Rica:
Paraguay’s World Cup heroes gave fans in Asuncion the perfect homecoming gift, as they recorded a dominant win over Costa Rica surrounded by a true fiesta atmosphere.The build up to the game was filled with emotion as recovering star striker Salvador Cabañas was treated to a touching video tribute, cheered on by a capacity crowd. And midfielder Enrique Vera got the Guaranies off to the perfect start, scoring with only eight minutes on the clock. Cristian Riveros then doubled the home advantage with 73 minutes played; after being released down the right he chipped the ball into the area looking for the cross, only to see it escape over the head of the Costa Rica keeper and into the back of the net. A comfortable win for the Albirroja and a fitting tribute to the fiercely patriotic Cabañas watching in the stands.

Panama 3-1 Venezuela: Panama strolled to a convincing victory over Latin American rivals Venezuela at home in Panama City, going one better than in the teams’ last encounter earlier this year. The Vinotinto took the lead through Vizcarrondo, but could not last the distance as they capitulated after the break.  Second half goals from Tejada, Perez and Aguilar sealed a good win for the Panameños, who are widely linked with former Argentina and Boca Juniors coach Alfio Basile.

Malta 1-1 FYR Macedonia

Trinidad & Tobago 1-3 Jamaica


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