Friendly Match

Some articles on friendly match, match, friendly:

Seiichiro Maki - Career Statistics - International Goals - Senior Team
... Francisco United States 1–3 2–3 Friendly Match 2. 2007 International Stadium Yokohama, Yokohama Peru 1–0 2–0 Friendly Match (2007 Kirin Challenge Cup) 5. 11 November 2007 Hypo-Arena, Klagenfurt Switzerland 2–2 4–3 Friendly Match 8 ...
List Of England National Football Team Hat-tricks
... for England were Howard Vaughton and Arthur Alfred Brown, both Aston Villa players in a friendly match against Ireland in 1882, they scored nine goals between them ... Macdonald, have scored five goals in one match ... hat-trick was scored by Jermain Defoe in England's 4–0 victory over Bulgaria in the opening match of the Euro 2012 qualifying campaign ...
Liu Jindong - International Career
... in 2003 he received a call up to the senior national team, making his debut against Chile in a 0-0 friendly match draw on August 20, 2003 where he played in midfield ... years until Gao Hongbo came in before he made his return in a friendly match against Germany in a 1-1 draw on May 29, 2009 ... would continue to re-establish himself when he played in another friendly against Saudi Arabia in another friendly match, which China lost 4-1 on June 4, 2009 ...
South Korea National Football Team Results – 1960s - 1961
18 October 1961 Turkey L 0-1 Ankara, Turkey Friendly match 22 October 1961 Israel D 1-1 Tel-Aviv, Israel Friendly match 28 October 1961 Burma L 0-3 Rangoon, Burma ...
Adil Rami - Career - International
... Rami is a French international having made his debut on 11 August 2010 in a friendly match against Norway ... to the French national team by former coach Raymond Domenech for a friendly match against England ... Unsurprisingly, Rami featured with the B team in its friendly against Mali on 25 March 2008 ...

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