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Old May 3, 2004, 10:58 AM
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Default EURO 2004 Prediction:

As for me, I have picked France to retain their title.




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Old May 3, 2004, 01:24 PM
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As for me, I have picked France to retain their title.
Here is my prediction for the final four: France, Germany, England, and Portugal
Germany? After Romania match!
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Old May 3, 2004, 02:22 PM
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jaihok,
ami kintu france ar supporter european league a. asha korbo tara bhalo korbe. jodio ami football khub atka dekhi na. tobuo ami kintu bishhakap football ebong european football follow kori. dannabad.
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Old May 3, 2004, 03:11 PM
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Germany? After Romania match! [/quote]


Friendly match is a joke! Nobody give 100% during this sort of match, beside they were without their best player including defenders Frank Baumann, Christian Woerns and Jens Nowotny, certainly their best player Michael Ballack as well. Most of their staring XI beside khan belongs in the second division.

One more thing, I recalled from the last World Cup they were one of the least favorite to go farther pass first round, but they ended up in the final, so my point is never count them out.


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Old May 4, 2004, 01:02 AM
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Germany? After Romania match!
Most of their staring XI beside khan belongs in the second division.



who will lead Germany's forward line .. I think all of them played in Romania game except that world cup hero (that Kaiserslaton guy is out of form this year)


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Old May 4, 2004, 08:56 AM
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Donít worry, Ruddy knows the game well and will find somebody before EURO 2000 goes underway. There are plenty of world-class forward in the Bundesliga.
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Old May 4, 2004, 10:54 AM
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Germany? After Romania match!
. Most of their staring XI beside khan belongs in the second division.

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Here is the first 11 of Germany agianst Romania match
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Oliver Kahn; Arne Friedrich, Frank Baumann, Jens Nowotny, Philipp Lahm; Bernd Schneider, Dietmar Hamann, Michael Ballack, Thorsten Frings; Fredi Bobic, Kevin Kuranyi.

Do you know who of these players are from second divison of Bundeshleagua? I don't see any!
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Old May 4, 2004, 11:42 AM
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Do you know who of these players are from second divison of Bundeshleagua? I don't see any!

That was a probable team. Many of those players did not take part in that game including all the name I mentioned in my above post! One more thing, I didn't say they are from second division, but they belong in that division. klose wasn't part of this game also, who was Germanys' leading goal scorer during world cup.

http://sports.yahoo.com/sow/news?slu...v=ap&type=lgns


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Spain will get the cup... They deserve a title... they are the best side in the european scene... but I dunno maybe they will stutter again in the big show... I so wanna see Raul and Morientes paired back again... Madrid messed up big time letting him out on a loan to Monaco... These 2 are one of the best attacking pairs in the world right now...

Germany sucsk big time... even the germans think germany sucks big time... :P

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Old May 8, 2004, 10:43 AM
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Sorry dude couldnít agree with you that Spain will get the cup. They are simply not winning material; when it comes to major competitions.

Oh, by the way, Raulsí days are numbered!
Canít wait to see more magic from Henry though; simply goal scoring machine!
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Old May 9, 2004, 09:37 AM
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England will win the cup.
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Old May 10, 2004, 10:59 AM
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[i]Oh, by the way, Raulsí days are numbered!
Raul is still a great striker... its just that with the inclusion of Ronaldo in Real he had to move out of his fave position and I dont think he is real comfortable with where he is playing now... getting Ronaldo in Real was a biiiiiiiiiig mistake by Madrid... getting Beckham just propagated the error...
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What's wrong with Turkey? They perform well in big tournaments
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Old May 15, 2004, 08:39 PM
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What's wrong with Turkey? They perform well in big tournaments
Turkey didn't qualify.

Just in case you didn't know, mainly England ended their hope.

I think France will win it but i'll put my money on England.
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Old May 19, 2004, 10:27 PM
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England's Euro 2004 squad:

Goalkeepers: David James (Man City), Paul Robinson (Tottenham), Ian Walker (Leicester)
Defenders: Gary Neville (Man Utd), Phil Neville (Man Utd), Ashley Cole (Arsenal), Wayne Bridge (Chelsea), Sol Campbell (Arsenal), John Terry (Chelsea), Ledley King (Tottenham), Jamie Carragher (Liverpool).
Midfielders: David Beckham (Real Madrid), Paul Scholes (Man Utd), Nicky Butt (Man Utd), Steven Gerrard (Liverpool), Frank Lampard (Chelsea), Owen Hargreaves (Bayern Munich), Kieron Dyer (Newcastle), Joe Cole (Chelsea)
Strikers: Michael Owen (Liverpool), Emile Heskey (Liverpool), Darius Vassell (Aston Villa), Wayne Rooney (Everton).
Standby: Jermain Defoe (Tottenham), Richard Wright (Everton), Matthew Upson (Birmingham), Gareth Southgate (Middlesbrough), Scott Parker (Chelsea), Alan Smith (Leeds).
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james bettie should have been in this scuad! Ericson sucks!








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Old May 21, 2004, 12:50 AM
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Does Ericsson suck? only few would know!

Batty deserves a place , right. But on broad note it would not matter. M. Owen gotta lift his game. He's been out of form quite a while now. Brilliant defence line and typical English midfield. I'm reasonably happy with the squad.
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Old May 21, 2004, 12:26 PM
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Erickson does sucks no matter what. All of the strikers he picked are practically out of form. I could see Owen and Rooney inclusion in the team, but inclusion of Heskey is totally out of blue. He is one of the worse strikers England right now. I think Erickson simply doesnít like Bettie. Defoe would have been better choice than Heskey.
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Old May 24, 2004, 12:45 PM
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SWEDEN

Goalkeepers: Andreas Isaksson (Djurgarden), Magnus Hedman (Ancona, Italy), Magnus Kihlstedt (FC Copenhagen, Denmark)

Defenders: Erik Edman (Heerenveen, Netherlands), Teddy Lucic (Bayer Leverkusen, Germany), Olof Mellberg (Aston Villa, England), Johan Mjallby (Celtic, Scotland), Michael Svensson (Southampton, England), Andreas Jakobsson (Brondby, Denmark), Erik Wahlstedt (Helsingborg), Petter Hansson (Heerenveen, Netherlands)

Midfielders: Anders Andersson (Belenenses, Portugal), Kim Kallstrom (Stade Rennes, France), Tobias Linderoth (Everton, England), Fredrik Ljungberg (Arsenal, England), Mikael Nilsson (Halmstad), Anders Svensson (Southampton, England), Christian Wilhelmsson (Anderlecht, Belgium), Pontus Farnerud (Racing Strasbourg, France)

Strikers: Marcus Allback (Aston Villa, England), Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Ajax Amsterdam, Netherlands), Mattias Jonson (Brondby), Henrik Larsson (Celtic, Scotland)

Group D

CZECH REPUBLIC - 24-man squad for pre-Euro 2004 training camp, final 23 to be announced before deadline on June 2.

Goalkeepers: Jaromir Blazek (Sparta Prague), Petr Cech (Stade Rennes, France), Antonin Kinsky (Saturn Ramenskoje, Russia)

Defenders: Rene Bolf (Banik Ostrava), Zdenek Grygera (Ajax Amsterdam, Netherlands), Tomas Huebschman (Sparta Prague), Marek Jankulovski (Udinese, Italy), Martin Jiranek (Reggina, Italy), Pavel Mares (Zenit St Petersburg, Russia), David Rozehnal (Club Bruges, Belgium), Tomas Ujfalusi (Hamburg SV, Germany)

Midfielders: Tomas Galasek (Ajax Amsterdam, Netherlands), Pavel Nedved (Juventus,Italy), Jaroslav Plasil (Monaco, France), Karel Poborsky (Sparta Prague), Tomas Rosicky (Borussia Dortmund, Germany), Vladimir Smicer (Liverpool, England), Roman Tyce (TSV 1860 Munich, Germany), Stepan Vachousek (Olympique Marseille, France)

Forwards: Milan Baros (Liverpool, England), Marek Heinz (Banik Ostrava), Jan Koller (Borussia Dortmund, Germany), Vratislav Lokvenc (Kaiserslautern, Germany), Miroslav Matusovic (Banik Ostrava).

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LATVIA - 29-man preliminary squad, final 23 players will be announced on June 2.

Goalkeepers: Aleksandrs Kolinko (Rostov, Russia), Andrejs Piedels (Skonto Riga), Andrejs Pavlovs (Skonto Riga), Andris Vanins (Torpedo-Metallurg Moscow, Russia)

Defenders: Aleksandrs Isakovs (Skonto Riga), Mihails Zemlinskis (Skonto Riga), Igors Stepanovs (Beveren, Belgium), Olegs Blagonadezdins (Skonto Riga), Dzintars Zirnis (Metalurgs Liepaja), Arturs Zakresevskis (Skonto Riga), Maris Smirnovs (Ventspils), Igors Korablovs (Ventspils)

Midfielders: Imants Bleidelis (Viborg, Denmark), Juris Laizans (CSKA Moscow, Russia), Vitalijs Astafjevs (Admira Wacker, Austria), Andrejs Rubins (Shinnik Yaroslavl, Russia), Jurgis Pucinsks (Luch-Energia Vladivostock, Russia), Valentins Lobanovs (Metalurg Zaporizhya, Ukraine), Andrejs Stolcers (Fulham, England), Igors Semjonovs (Skonto Riga), Kristaps Blanks (Skonto Riga), Vladimirs Kolesnicenko (Skonto Riga)

Strikers: Maris Verpakovskis (Dynamo Kyiv, Ukraine), Marians Pahars (Southampton, England), Andrejs Prohorenkovs (Maccabi Tel Aviv, Israel), Vits Rimkus (Ventspils), Gatis Kalnins (Skonto Riga), Mihails Miholaps (Skonto Riga), Viktors Dobrecovs (Metalurgs Liepaja)

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GERMANY - Rudi Voeller has named a 22-man squad and will add a 23rd player before June 2.

Goalkeepers: Oliver Kahn (Bayern Munich), Jens Lehmann (Arsenal, England), Timo Hildebrand (VfB Stuttgart)

Defenders: Frank Baumann (Werder Bremen), Arne Friedrich (Hertha Berlin), Andreas Hinkel (VfB Stuttgart), Philipp Lahm (VfB Stuttgart), Jens Nowotny (Bayer Leverkusen), Christian Woerns (Borussia Dortmund), Christian Rahn (Hamburg SV)

Midfielders: Michael Ballack (Bayern Munich), Fabian Ernst (Werder Bremen), Paul Freier (VfL Bochum), Torsten Frings (Borussia Dortmund), Dietmar Hamann (Liverpool, England), Jens Jeremies (Bayern Munich), Sebastian Kehl (Borussia Dortmund), Bernd Schneider (Bayer Leverkusen)

Strikers: Fredi Bobic (Hertha Berlin), Thomas Brdaric (Hanover 96), Kevin Kuranyi (VfB Stuttgart), Miroslav Klose (Kaiserslautern)

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NETHERLANDS

Goalkeepers: Edwin van der Sar (Fulham, England), Ronald Waterreus (PSV Eindhoven), Sander Westerveld (Real Sociedad, Spain)

Defenders: Michael Reiziger (Barcelona, Spain), Johnny Heitinga (Ajax Amsterdam), Jaap Stam (Lazio, Italy), Frank de Boer (Rangers, Scotland), Giovanni van Bronckhorst (Barcelona, Spain), Wilfred Bouma (PSV Eindhoven)

Midfielders: Rafael van der Vaart (Ajax Amsterdam), Wesley Sneijder (Ajax Amsterdam), Edgar Davids (Barcelona, Spain), Clarence Seedorf (AC Milan, Italy), Philip Cocu (Barcelona, Spain), Boudewijn Zenden (Middlesbrough, England), Mark van Bommel (PSV Eindhoven)

Forwards: Ruud van Nistelrooy (Manchester United, England), Patrick Kluivert (Barcelona, Spain), Pierre van Hooijdonk (Fenerbahce, Turkey), Roy Makaay (Bayern Munich, Germany), Andy van der Meyde (Inter Milan, Italy), Marc Overmars (Barcelona, Spain), Arjen Robben (PSV Eindhoven).



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Old May 24, 2004, 12:49 PM
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FRANCE

Goalkeepers: Fabien Barthez (Olympique Marseille), Gregory Coupet (Olympique Lyon), Mickael Landreau (Nantes)

Defenders: Jean-Alain Boumsong (Auxerre), Marcel Desailly (Chelsea, England), William Gallas (Chelsea, England), Bixente Lizarazu (Bayern Munich, Germany), Willy Sagnol (Bayern Munich, Germany), Mikael Silvestre (Manchester United, England), Lilian Thuram (Juventus, Italy).

Midfielders: Olivier Dacourt (AS Roma, Italy), Ludovic Giuly (Monaco), Claude Makelele (Chelsea, England), Benoit Pedretti (Sochaux), Robert Pires (Arsenal, England), Jerome Rothen (Monaco), Patrick Vieira (Arsenal, England), Zinedine Zidane (Real Madrid, Spain)

Strikers: Thierry Henry (Arsenal, England), Steve Marlet (Olympique Marseille), Louis Saha (Manchester United, England), David Trezeguet (Juventus, Italy), Sylvain Wiltord (Arsenal, England)

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SWITZERLAND - Coach Koebi Kuhn has named a 26-man squad which will be trimmed to 23 before June 2.

Goalkeepers: Fabrice Borer (Grasshoppers), Pascal Zuberbuehler (Basel), Joerg Stiel (Borussia Moenchengladbach, Germany).

Defenders: Bruno Berner (Freiburg, Germany), Bernt Haas (West Bromwich Albion, England), Stephane Henchoz (Liverpool, England), Stephane Grichting (AJ Auxerre, France), Patrick Mueller (Olympique Lyon, France), Remo Meyer (TSV 1860 Munich, Germany), Murat Yakin (Basel), Marco Zwyssig (Basel), Christoph Spycher (Grasshoppers), Ludovic Magnin (Werder Bremen, Germany)

Midfielders: Ricardo Cabanas (Grasshoppers), Fabio Celestini (Olympique Marseille, France), Raphael Wicky (Hamburg SV, Germany), Benjamin Huggel (Basel), Hakan Yakin (VfB Stuttgart, Germany), Johann Lonfat (Sochaux, France), Johann Vogel (PSV Eindhoven, Netherlands).

Strikers: Stephane Chapuisat (Young Boys), Alexander Frei (Stade Rennes, France), Milaim Rama (FC Thun), Marco Streller (VfB Stuttgart, Germany), Daniel Gygax (FC Zurich), Leonard Thurre (Servette)

Group C

BULGARIA

Goalkeepers: Zdravko Zdravkov (Litex Lovech), Dimitar Ivankov (Levski Sofia), Stoyan Kolev (CSKA Sofia)

Defenders: Vladimir Ivanov (Lokomotiv Plovdiv), Rosen Kirilov (Litex Lovech), Kiril Kotev (Lokomotiv Plovdiv), Predrag Pazhin (Shakhtar Donetsk, Ukraine), Zlatomir Zagorcic (Litex Lovech), Ivailo Petkov (Fenerbahce, Turkey), Ilian Stoyanov (Levski Sofia)

Midfielders: Marian Hristov (Kaiserslautern, Germany), Daniel Borimirov (Levski Sofia), Stilian Petrov (Celtic, Scotland), Milen Petkov (AEK Athens, Greece), Georgi Peev (Dynamo Kiev, Ukraine), Velizar Dimitrov (CSKA Sofia)

Forwards: Zoran Jankovic (Dalian Shide, China), Zdravko Lazarov (Gaziantepspor, Turkey), Martin Petrov (VfL Wolfsburg, Germany), Vladimir Manchev (Lille, France), Georgi Chilikov (Levski Sofia), Valeri Bojinov (Lecce, Italy), Dimitar Berbatov (Bayer Leverkusen, Germany)

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DENMARK - 21 man squad, two more names to be added before June 2 deadline. Expected to be defender Kasper Bogelund (PSV Eindhoven, Netherlands) and striker Peter Lovenkrands (Rangers, Scotland).

Goalkeepers: Thomas Sorensen (Aston Villa, England), Peter Skov-Jensen (FC Midtjylland), Stephan Andersen (AB Copenhagen)

Defenders: Thomas Helveg (Inter Milan, Italy), Per Kroldrup (Udinese, Italy), Brian Priske (Racing Genk, Belgium), Rene Henriksen (Panathinaikos, Greece), Niclas Jensen (Borussia Dortmund, Germany), Martin Laursen (AC Milan, Italy)

Midfielders: Thomas Gravesen (Everton, England), Claus Jensen (Charlton Athletic, England), Morten Wieghorst (Brondby), Daniel Jensen (Murcia, Spain), Christian Poulsen (Schalke 04, Germany)

Forwards: Jesper Gronkjaer (Chelsea, England), Ebbe Sand (Schalke 04, Germany), Jon Dahl Tomasson (AC Milan, Italy), Kenneth Perez (AZ Alkmaar, Netherlands), Peter Madsen (VfL Bochum, Germany) Dennis Rommedahl (PSV Eindhoven, Netherlands), Martin Joergensen (Udinese, Italy).

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ITALY - 23-man squad named for training camp. Official squad to be named on June 2.

Goalkeepers: Gianluigi Buffon (Juventus), Francesco Toldo (Inter Milan), Angelo Peruzzi (Lazio)

Defenders: Christian Panucci (AS Roma), Fabio Cannavaro (Inter Milan), Alessandro Nesta (AC Milan), Gianluca Zambrotta (Juventus), Massimo Oddo (Lazio), Giuseppe Favalli (Lazio), Matteo Ferrari (Parma), Marco Materazzi (Inter Milan).

Midfielders: Stefano Fiore (Lazio), Mauro Camoranesi (Juventus), Simone Perrotta (Chievo Verona), Cristiano Zanetti (Inter Milan), Gennaro Gattuso (AC Milan), Andrea Pirlo (AC Milan)

Forwards: Francesco Totti (AS Roma), Christian Vieri (Inter Milan), Alessandro Del Piero (Juventus), Bernardo Corradi (Lazio), Marco Di Vaio (Juventus), Antonio Cassano (AS Roma)
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Final result England beat Portugal 2-1 to win the trophy
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LISBON (AFP) - Recently-crowned
European champions FC Porto will play a starring role in the Portuguese national side, with six players being called up to Luiz Felipe Scolari's Euro 2004 training camp on Friday.

FC Porto dominated Didier Deschamps' French outfit Monaco 3-0 in Wednesday's Champions League final to reclaim the trophy they won for the first time in 1987.

Now, it is hoped that the club's spate of recent success - they won the UEFA Cup after beating Scottish giants Celtic last year - will boost Portugal ahead of their hosting of the Euro 2004.

"It's a good feeling to have six European champions in the national team," beamed the president of the Portuguese federation, Gilberto Madail.

"I think that FC Porto have given us a huge boost - and I hope it will help motivate the national team even further."

Friday's training camp 80 kilometres north of the capital means there will be little rest for Porto defenders Nuno Valente, Paulo Ferreira and Ricardo Carvalho, and their midfield club-mates Deco, Costinha and Maniche, who partied along with 20,000 fans in the streets of Porto until early Thursday morning.

Scolari, who led Brazil to a fifth World Cup triumph in 2002 before taking over as coach of Portugal, is now just waiting on Paris St Germain striker Pauleta to complete his squad for the June 12-July 4 championships.

Pauleta will play for PSG in the French Cup final against second division Chateauroux on Saturday before joining his international team-mates on Sunday.

Scolari has however come under fire from some Portugal fans for not selecting FC Porto keeper Vitor Baia to his squad.

Baia is the only Portuguese player to have won the three most important trophies in European club football; the Cup Winners' Cup with Barcelona (1997), the UEFA Cup with FC Porto (2003) and the Champions League with FC Porto.

And the 34-year-old admitted he could not fathom Scolari's decision to leave him out.

"A goalkeeper in any other country with a similar story as mine over the past decade would be playing in the Euro, but unfortunately I'm not and there's nothing I can do about it."

Portugal will on Saturday play a Euro 2004 warm-up match against minnows Luxemburg in the north-west town of Agueda before facing Lithuania next week.
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Default Friendly international in Freiburg

BERLIN, May 27 (Reuters) - Germany 7 Malta 0 - result

Friendly international in Freiburg




Scorers: Michael Ballack 15, 17, 59, 86, Jens Nowotny 33, Torsten Frings 42, Fredi Bobic 90+2

Red card: Mario Muscat (Malta) 78

Halftime: 4-0; Attendance: 22,000

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Spain will win its match on saturday and go on all the way. 3 days to go.
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I don't know...I'll put my money for France.

England have a long history of hosting a bunch of party poopers who simply can't make it to the end; same for Portugal. As for Germany, they're a bunch of useless 20th century robots.
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Holland ofcourse...KLUIVERT RULEZ !
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