Some articles on scored:

Yang Dong-Hyun
... In the AFC U-17 Championship in 2002, he scored three goals ... He scored in the semifinals against Uzbekistan U-17 ... And another goal was scored in the finals against Yemen U-17 ...
Jari Litmanen - Club Career - Return To Lahti
... He scored twice and gave passes to two other goals ... Litmanen scored his first European goal for Lahti in a 2–0 against Gorica in the second qualifying round of UEFA Europa League, with the final aggregate score being 2–1 ... On 18 September 2010, he scored a bicycle kick goal against AC Oulu in a 1–2 away victory ...
Rugby Union At The 1900 Summer Olympics - Results
... Score Loser 14 ... October France 27–17 Germany In the first half, France scored a try by Emile Sarrade and a conversion ... Germany scored tries by Heinrich Reitz and August Schmierer, with two conversions as well as a drop goal ... The second half was vastly different, as Serrade scored two more tries while Albert Roosevelt also scored two and Frantz Reichel and A ...
Róbert Vittek - Club Career - OSC Lille
... for the club in a 2–1 win over Bordeaux and scored his first goal in a 3–0 win over Saint-Étienne three months later since making his debut. 2009–10 UEFA Champions League against FK Sevojno and scored a goal ... loss against Lorient and two weeks later on 23 August 2009, Vittek scored his first goal in a 1–1 draw against Toulouse ...
Dhanraj Pillay - International Career
... The Indian Hockey Federation did not keep official statistics for the goals scored ... information on the number of International goals scored by Dhanraj ... He scored around 170 goals in his career, according to him as well as leading staticians in the world ...

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