World Cup Qualifying

Some articles on world cup, world cup qualifying, qualifying:

Marcelo Martins Moreno - International Career
... his first international goal on 20 November 2007, during a 2010 World Cup qualifier against Venezuela ... Venezuela Venezuela 1 – 0 3–5 2010 World Cup Qualifying 2 ... Venezuela Venezuela 3 – 2 3–5 2010 World Cup Qualifying 3 ...
List Of Germany National Rugby Union Team Results - Internationals - 1990s
... A 1 May 1993 Berlin Lithuania 31-5 1995 Rugby World Cup qualifying 8 May 1993 Riga Latvia 27-5 1995 Rugby World Cup qualifying 30 May 1993 Hannover France XV 27-71 1992-1993 ...
Rugby Union In Asia - World Cup Qualifying - 2007 World Cup
... Thirteen teams competed in the Asian qualifying tournament for the 2007 WC, Guam and India joining the competition for the first time ... emerged victorious, sealing their place at the World Cup with a comprehensive 54-0 defeat of South Korea, who went on to lose to the Tongans for the third successive time, this time 85-3 ...
Matt Besler - Career - International
... He has been rated the top performer during the 2014 CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying matches ... On March 26, 2013, Besler made his first World Cup qualifying appearance in a 0–0 draw at Mexico ... Subsequently, Besler started in the World Cup Qualifying wins versus Jamaica, Panama, and Honduras ...
Said Bayazid - International Career - International Goals
30 April 2001 Al-Hamadaniah Stadium, Aleppo Philippines 1–0 12–0 2002 FIFA World Cup Qualifying 2. 30 April 2001 Al-Hamadaniah Stadium, Aleppo Philippines 2–0 12–0 2002 FIFA World Cup Qualifying 3 ... Al-Hamadaniah Stadium, Aleppo Philippines 7–0 12–0 2002 FIFA World Cup Qualifying 4 ...

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