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Football: International Results for Wednesday 17th November 2010

Nearly 100 teams took part in football internationals around the world yesterday evening, Wednesday 17th November 2010.

Argentina met their old rivals Brazil with both sides having changed their management following below par World Cup efforts. Argentina, via Lionel Messi, got the best of their friendly encounter with the only goal of Argentina’s 1-0 victory in Doha.

France, another side who replaced management post World Cup, travelled across the Channel to face neighbours England at Wembley, where are bright French side took apart England for much of the game before winning 2-1, against a young-looking team in white.

Portugal paid no attention to the reputation of their recent World Cup winning neighbours Spain by demolishing them 4-0 at home in Lisbon in their friendly to claim some much needed bragging rights.

Malawi came back from a 0-1 half-time deficit in their game against Rwanda to claim a 2-1 home win.

Finland enjoyed a second half goal-fest as they converted a 1-0 half time lead into an 8-0 routing of minnows San Marino in their friendly match.

Germany travelled to Sweden where the sides shared a 0-0 draw.

Full results from yesterday’s international matches are below.

International Football Results – Wednesday 17th November 2010

  • Sweden 0-0 Germany
  • England 1-2 (ht 0-1) France
  • Botswana 1-0 (ht 1-0) Tunisia
  • Togo 0-0 Chad
  • China PR 1-0 (ht 0-0) Latvia
  • Netherlands 1-0 (ht 0-0) Turkey
  • Republic of Ireland 1-2 (ht 1-1) Norway
  • Portugal 4-0 (ht 1-0) Spain
  • Argentina 1-0 (ht 0-0) Brazil
  • Austria 1-2 (ht 0-0) Greece
  • Poland 3-1 (ht 1-1) Côte d’Ivoire
  • Hong Kong 0-7 (ht 0-3) Paraguay
  • Denmark 0-0 Czech Republic
  • Luxembourg 0-0 Algeria
  • Iraq 1-1 (ht 1-0) Kuwait
  • Ecuador 4-1 (ht 3-0) Venezuela
  • South Africa 0-1 (ht 0-0) USA
  • Romania 1-1 (ht 1-0) Italy
  • Panama 2-0 (ht 1-0) Honduras
  • Northern Ireland 1-1 (ht 0-0) Morocco
  • Russia 0-2 (ht 0-1) Belgium
  • Montenegro 2-0 (ht 0-0) Azerbaijan
  • Chile 2-0 (ht 1-0) Uruguay
  • Albania 0-0 FYR Macedonia
  • Slovenia 1-2 (ht 0-0) Georgia
  • Bulgaria 0-1 (ht 0-0) Serbia
  • Senegal 2-1 (ht 1-1) Gabon
  • Egypt 3-0 (ht 1-0) Australia
  • Hungary 2-0 (ht 0-0) Lithuania
  • Israel 3-2 (ht 3-0) Iceland
  • Slovakia 2-3 (ht 1-1) Bosnia-Herzegovina
  • Jamaica 0-0 Costa Rica
  • Mozambique 1-3 (ht 0-0) Zimbabwe
  • Colombia 1-1 (ht 0-1) Peru
  • Guinea 1-2 (ht 1-1) Burkina Faso
  • Guyana 0-3 (ht 0-2) Guatemala
  • Malawi 2-1 (ht 0-1) Rwanda
  • Libya 1-1 (ht 0-0) Niger
  • Saudi Arabia 0-0 Ghana
  • Qatar – Haiti
  • Mali 3-1 (ht 0-1) Congo DR
  • Tajikistan 1-0 (ht 1-0) Afghanistan
  • Oman 0-4 (ht 0-3) Belarus
  • Croatia 3-0 (ht 2-0) Malta
  • Finland 8-0 (ht 1-0) San Marino
  • Estonia 1-1 (ht 0-1) Liechtenstein
  • Switzerland 2-2 (ht 1-0) Ukraine

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