[Finished][PS4] CC: Qualification FIFA World Cup

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Sokker14
4247 posts National Call-Up
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  • Sokker14
    4247 posts National Call-Up
    edited April 2015
    Prize
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    More information to be revealed at a later date!

    Responsibilities
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    The hosts (Sokker14, Chow, LS, Liam9lfc) are responsible for the rules, adjustments and the fluency of the tournament.

    The players are responsible for their own matches, squads, badges, kits and everything else that comes with it. If needed, they may be called to account for incidents of any kind and may be disciplined. Nine times out of ten, breaking the rules will result in serious consequences.

    Format
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    Qualification
    The formats of the qualification tournaments differ between confederations.

    The list below shows the numbers of spots allocated by me, Sokker14, for each continent in each tournament.
    • AFC/OFC (4)
    • CAF (5)
    • CONCACAF (3/4)
    • COMNEBOL (4/5)
    • UEFA (15)

    Final tournament
    There are two stages: the group stage followed by the knockout stage.

    In the group stage, teams compete within eight groups of four teams each. Eight teams are seeded, including the hosts, with the other seeded teams selected using a formula based on the performances in the qualification, and drawn to separate groups. The other teams are assigned to different "pots", usually based on geographical criteria, and teams in each pot are drawn at random to the eight groups.

    Each group plays a round-robin tournament, in which each team is scheduled for three matches against other teams in the same group. This means that a total of six matches are played within a group. The last round of matches of each group is scheduled at the same time to preserve fairness among all four teams. The top two teams from each group advance to the knockout stage. Points are used to rank the teams within a group. Three points will be awarded for a win, one for a draw and none for a loss.

    If one considers all possible outcomes (win, draw, loss) for all six matches in a group, there are 729 (= 36) different outcome combinations possible. However, a certain number (115) of these combinations lead to more than one team occupying the second place in the group. In such case, the ranking among these teams is determined as follows:
    • Greatest combined goal difference in all group matches
    • Greatest combined number of goals scored in all group matches
    If more than one team remain level after applying the above criteria, their ranking will be determined as follows:
    • Greatest number of points in head-to-head matches among those teams
    • Greatest goal difference in head-to-head matches among those teams
    • Greatest number of goals scored in head-to-head matches among those teams
    If any of the teams above remain level after applying the above criteria, their ranking will be determined by the drawing of lots

    The knockout stage is a single-elimination tournament in which teams play each other in one-off matches, with golden goals used to decide the winner if necessary. It begins with the round of 16 (or the second round) in which the winner of each group plays against the runner-up of another group. This is followed by the quarter-finals, the semi-finals, the third-place match (contested by the losing semi-finalists), and the final.

    Rules
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    Attribute cards

    Attribute cards are not allowed.

    Ball(s)

    - Using 'white' balls is encouraged.

    Injuries

    - If a player picks up an injury, he's not allowed to play in the two upcoming games. It is your responsibility to report your own and your opponents injuries. If you are reporting an opposition injury, you are required to provide screenshot evidence.

    - If your nation consists of less than 18 players, the rule above doesn't count.

    - This rule will be strictly enforced. If you don't report the injuries, there will be repercussions.

    NOTE: We implemented these (more complicated) rules because we want people to utilise their full squad, that's what tournament football is all about, so think carefully about the squad you pick as a shortage of defenders may come back to haunt you - at least, for the finals.

    Red cards

    - If a player gets sent off, he's not allowed to play in the two upcoming games: red cards result in a two games ban. It is your responsibility to report your own and your opponents injuries. If you are reporting an opposition suspension, you are required to provide screenshot evidence.

    - If you have no outfield players on the bench to start (11 player squad), then you do not have to serve the suspension.

    - If you have a squad of 12, and two players get suspended in consecutive matches, then the first player to be suspensed will have his suspension lifted, allowing you to field 11 players...and so on.

    - This rule will be strictly enforced. If you don't report the red cards, there will be repercussions.

    NOTE: We implemented these (more complicated) rules because we want people to utilise their full squad, that's what tournament football is all about, so think carefully about the squad you pick as a shortage of defenders may come back to haunt you - at least, for the finals.

    Kits and badges

    - All nations must use the 'correct' (international) kits and badge. Nations without licensed kits must use similar kits (in terms of color) to those they use in real life and a similar badge.

    - For all matches, the home club has the first choice as to which of its official kits ars for its home matches. If the clubs are unable to agree on the colours to be worn by their teams, they inform the hosts of the confederation they belong to (and Sokker14 during the main tournament) who will take a final decision.

    Matches

    - All matches must be played as per/by the dates on the schedule. During qualification, you are allowed to play matches a maximum of 3 days in advance or 3 days after the dates shown on the schedule. During the finals, there will be no grace period, or in other words, matches must be played between the dates shown on the schedule.

    - If you are unable to complete certain matches for whatever reason, please contact Sokker14 as soon as possible.

    Player Eligibility

    - To keep it realistic, some nations have to put certain players on the bench or in the starting line-up. Have a look at a list of all the must-have players below:
    • Lionel Messi (Argentina)
    • Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
    • Arjen Robben (Netherlands)
    • Zlatan Ibrahimović (Sweden)
    • Manuel Neuer (Germany)
    • Luis Suárez (Uruguay)
    • Franck Ribéry (France)
    • Eden Hazard (Belgium)
    • Gareth Bale (Wales)
    • Neymar (Brazil)
    - Using the higher rated players instead of the paciest players is encouraged.

    Streaming and uploading

    - Streaming and uploading your goals is encouraged, as it makes the tournament interesting for those not involved.

    Match reports

    - A team must, at the very minimum, upload a screenshot of the match events for each game or write down the goal scorers, injuries, and red cards.

    - To access the match events, head onto the match defails screen at the end of the match, and press R1 once.
    - To take a screenshot, hold down the 'Share' button on your controller until a small icon pops up in the top left of your screen, and then press triangle.

    Template for match report

    Match Report: Korea Republic 1 - 1 Switzerland
    Goalscorers: (KOR) Yeom Ki Hun (9'), (SWI) Drmic (40')
    Suspensions: None
    Injuries: Lee Chung Yong
    Man of the Match: Ki Seung Yung
    Screenshots:

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    Qualification
    Friendlies

    - We're pleased to introduce a new feature to provide every nation a 'busier' schedule and to give everyone a chance to try out new players: friendlies. All the friendlies must (!) be played. Check the schedule at the page/post of your confederation.

    Stadiums

    - Argentina, Canada, England, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, The Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, Spain and Ukraine must use a stadium from their own country during the qualification.

    Final tournament
    Player Eligibility

    - In order to be eligible to participate in the FIFA World Cup, players must be registered with FIFA within the requested deadlines to play for a nation.

    - Each nation is reponsible for submitting a list of players to the host, Sokker14. This list must include the (full) name (!), being shown at futhead, and shirt number of all players to be fielded in the FIFA World Cup.

    - At 23 April, every qualified nation must submit a list with (a maximum of) 30 players. At 30 April, the final squad list (consisting of 11-23 players) has to be submitted.

    Player Numbers

    - All registered players, including those registered at a later stage, must wear set numbers between 1 and 23. If the number 1 is used, it must be worn by a goalkeeper. No number may be used by more than one player on a team and no player may use more than one number during the World Cup.

    Stadiums

    - 9 venues in six cities were selected for the tournament. Have a look at a list of all the stadiums below:

    Villa Park (Birmingham), Anfield, Goodison Park (Liverpool), Emirates Stadium, Wembley Stadium (London), Etihad Stadium, Old Trafford (Manchester), St. James' Park (Newcastle), Stadium of Light (Sunderland)

    The final will be played at Wembley Stadium.

    Time schedule qualification
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  • Sokker14
    4247 posts National Call-Up
    edited April 2015
    If you're interested and would like to participate, fill out and post all sections of the template below:

    - Your console ID/GT:
    - Confirmation of whether you have read the rules and agree:
    - Nation:

    Unavailable nations:
    Teams | Participants | GT/ID
    Korea Republic | Chow | ChowFIFA
    Italy | Liam9lfc | LiamDoesDis
    Finland | LS | TheLightSpeed
    Colombia | Aarong222 | Aarong222
    Serbia | TomH | TomTheTom
    France | Xeque | Xeque_Dos
    Argentina | Thatoe | ykyaw
    Japan | Bidwell | Bidwell93
    Ivory Coast | JayyThunder | JayyThunder
    Bosnia and Herzegovina | Jmcgraghan | SAFC96
    Spain | Mark | scottishsea
    Belgium | Martijnenbrecht | dakraampje
    Brazil | Nate | Nate_M8_29
    Poland | bucioradidas | bucioradidas
    Germany | Ravz9 | ravz99
    Netherlands | KeesDeCobra | KeesDeCobra
    Chile | keema-v | keema-v
    Portugal | bobby063 | bobby_n
    Switzerland | Bob Loblaw | Luke9333
    United States | BangBruvsGaming | BangBruvsGaming
    England | EddieFicio | EddieFicio
    Nigeria | GTM_88
    Morocco | TWS001 | TWS001
    Turkey | Simmo | LethaL_Simmo
    Croatia | Jax | TheOozingWalrus
    Czech Republic | RK94 | Ryan-Scuffil
    Denmark | Frahzinga | Frahzinga10
    Sweden | Sokker14 | S14Sokker14
    Saudi Arabia | TheWiseWizard | TheWiseWizard99
    Romania | krissufc | krissufc
    Scotland | Bennjj123 | bennjj123
    Northern Ireland | Krazy21608 | Krazy21608
    Australia | willdarko | willdarko
    Senegal | Lunty | Lunty-0712
    Algeria | killaree | killaree4
    Ghana | Thi-Ger | Thi-Ger
    Greece | Keith | keithydee
    Norway | ayylmao | AlexDerp
    Austria | Pattebennekou | Pattebennekou
    Jamaica | G1NG3_R3B0RN | G1NG3R_2000
    South Africa | Tesco | earthboy-who
    Wales | SOL1DS | SOL1DS
    Iceland | da-bever | da-bever
    Costa Rica | Abdulmomin1234 | Abdulmomin1234
    Slovakia | NeverWalkAlone | Nick5I4
    Mali | Ridge | Ridgway-774
    Hungary | Manda1997 | Mandanici1997
    Peru | ukler8 | Ukler8
    Uruguay | LiamH | Xx_LiamH_xX
    Slovenia | yones_gamma11s | ItsWxvey
    Guinea | Wolffy439 | WolffysFC
    New Zealand | swegsaur | datswegmehd
    Ukraine | Ryan_P27 | Ryan_P27
    Canada | JS97 | JAZZER_5H1NN13
    Albania | GeorgeyBoy93 | SportsKingNaMean
    FYR Macedonia | thedustman | thedustman13
    Belarus | Thatoe | ykyaw
    Panama | Martijnenbrecht | dakraampje
    Venezuela | Wolffy439 | WolffysFC
    Cameroon | Low Ki | tlamx086
    Mexico | Mr_Don123 | UDonWannaMess
    Gabon | All Day | aceman1234
    Paraguay | Ashy | Lagota92
    Russia | Ashy | Lagota92
    Republic of Ireland | Abdulmomin1234 | Abdulmomin1234
    Bulgaria | keema-v | keema-v
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  • Liam9lfc
    8527 posts League Winner
    edited May 2015
    The Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) of the FIFA World Cup qualification acts as qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup, to be held in England.

    The 35 teams will be divided into five groups of seven to play home-and-away round-robin matches. The top two of each group and the four best third-placed teams (determined by records against the first-, second-, fourth- and fifth- and sixth-placed teams in their groups to ensure equity between different groups) will qualify for the FIFA World Cup.

    Host England qualifies automatically.

    Before we move on to the group tables, matches and the topscorers of this group, let's have a look at all the teams:

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    World Cup 2015 UEFA Section Preview. Written By Liam
    World Cup 2015 Preview: Will Europe's Dominance Continue on English Soil?

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    The World Cup has been conquered by European nations since Brazil’s triumph in 2002. Can a European nation deliver again for a 4th consecutive campaign or will the balance of power shift this time around?

    No world cup is routine – that is the beauty of its four year cycle – but at the 2015 tournament, on European soil, confidence is sky high of yet another triumphant year for the continent, with England preparing to play host to the biggest sporting competition in the World after the Olympic Games – which they hosted just 3 years ago. There is a huge amount of optimism from the people of England that this could be there year, but which country is not pessimistic about their chances in the World Cup? This preview will take a look at the Favourites from the European section and which nations and players to keep an eye on throughout the competition.

    The Holders

    Germany are overwhelming favourites and will be looking to build on last years’ World Cup win and use the fact that no nation has ever defended the trophy as a catalyst to remain focused and determined to succeed again. Their triumph 12 months ago was no fluke, they produced a brilliant campaign and powered through the competition in mechanical fashion, with the highlight being the dismantling of the hosts Brazil 7-1. Much of their firepower will rely on the ever so reliable Thomas Muller. The German won the Golden Boot award in 2010 and came very close to winning it in 2014. Their squad are the “perfect” age for an international competition, with most of their key players enjoying playing at the peak of their powers, and whilst no club has done it before, many believe this Germany side have the best chance to become the first nation ever to retain a World Cup.

    The Host Nation
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    Wembley will be home to the 2015 World Cup Final, and host nations England, despite having arguably the toughest group in 2014, crashed out without much pride at all in Brazil and will be desperate to deliver a first World Cup trophy since 1966 in front of their own fans. The English have an abundance of pace in their ranks with the likes of Raheem Sterling, Daniel Sturridge and Theo Walcott all capable of making defenders quiver in their boots in fear, but their frail defence will need hold firm against the top sides in order for them to stand any chance of success.

    The Favourites
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    France set the 2014 competition alight with their silky slick free flowing football, sweeping teams before them until they reached the quarter finals and were knocked out by eventual champions Germany. France have a real footballing DNA for the first time in recent years and look strong in all areas of the pitch, and their Quarter final exit should not be seen as a failure considering the opposition they faced, they matched the World Cup champions and were narrowly defeated. They certainly have the capabilities of going all the way this time.

    Spain had a World Cup to forget in Brazil. Failure to win a single match saw them out of the competition before they could blink, however it would be unfair to write them off considering their success over the last 8 years. The likes of Diego Costa will have had an extra year to gel with his Spanish comrades and the next generation of Spanish talent will be looking to resume the legacy left behind by the likes of Xavi. Spain will be out to prove their 2014 campaign was just a blip and no doubt will provide a tougher challenge.

    The Netherlands despite losing Louis Van Gaal are still considered strong challengers and you only have to look at their last two World Cup performances to back that up. No one will forget the 2nd half destruction of Spain led by Robben that set the Dutch up to record Spain’s biggest ever defeat and first competitive loss in over 2 years with their 5-1 landslide. The Netherlands are big stage performers, reaching the Final and Semi Final in their last two campaigns, however they need to go one step further than 2010 and win the competition in order to cement their place amongst the top nations.

    “Must Do Better”
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    Italy had a terrible World Cup by their standards. They strolled through the group stage playing without any real tempo or enthusiasm and despite qualifying, they crashed out to Uruguay. Their failure was somewhat overshadowed by the infamous Suarez bite on Chiellini, but that moment of madness in should not oversee Italy’s performance as a whole. They were heavily criticised for the way they performed and will no doubt strive to make their passionate fans happy this time round.
    It’s about time now that we stopped referring to Belgium as “Dark Horses” in major competitions. Some years ago they were considered the ones to cause an upset but now the time has come for the Belgians to step up and deliver. The likes of Kevin De Bruyne is in the form of his life, whilst stars such as Hazard, Axel Witsel and Captain Vincent Kompany provide an outstanding core for the Belgians that is complemented by a fantastic squad. The pressure is starting to mount on Belgium to deliver in a major competition and after their lack of firepower during the 2014 World Cup, they must improve in that department to stand a chance.

    The Dark Horses
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    Switzerland have been on the fringes of success for a while now and despite achieving a high Word Rankings place, many people can’t remember the last time they threatened to win a major tournament. They reached the last 16 of the World Cup in Brazil, before being heavily outclassed by a French side who looked as good as any side in the competition. Heavy reliance will be placed on their attacking midfielder Xherdan Shaqiri, who will be remembered for his hat-trick vs Honduras. If he can recapture his form in Brazil then the Swiss will be hopeful of a good World Cup run.

    Croatia on their day are capable of causing problems to just about anyone. They led Brazil for large parts of the opening World Cup match in front of the Brazilian fans but Brazil’s late surge coupled with a controversial penalty decision was enough to spare their blushes vs Croatia. This proved that Croatia are no pushovers, and with an El Classico midfield duo in Ivan Rakitic and Luca Modric, they will feel that anything is possible this year. Keep an eye out for the Croats.

    The schedule of the competition is as follows.
    Friendlies #1 (4 April - 6 April)
    Portugal - Italy
    Italy – Portugal
    Austria – Costa Rica
    Costa Rica – Austria
    Belgium 2 – 1 Japan
    Goalscorers: (BEL) Nainggolan (8'), (JPN) Okazaki (18'), (BEL) Lukaku (28')
    Man of the Match: N/a
    Japan 2 - 2 Belgium
    Goalscorers: (BEL) Kompany (8'), (JPN) Yoshida (21'), (BEL) Mirallas (36'), (JPN) Kagawa (50')
    Man of the Match: n/a
    Belarus 1 - 4 Albania
    Goals: (ALB) B. Berisha (13', 62', 71', 89'), (BEL) Kislyak (18')
    Man of the Match: (ALB) Berisha
    Albania – Belarus
    Bosnia and Herzegovina 3 – 0 Jamaica
    Goalscorers: (BIH) Hajrovic (28'), (BIH) Salihovic (59'), (BIH) Dzeko (70')
    Man of the Match: Salihovic
    Jamaica 0 – 3 Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Goalscorers: (BIH) Hajrovic (48'), (BIH) Medunjanin (56'), (BIH) Ibisevic (90')
    Man of the Match: Vrancic
    Bulgaria 0 – 0 Netherlands
    Man of the Match: Vorm
    Netherlands 2 – 0 Bulgaria
    Goalscorers: (NED) Narsingh (9'), Van Persie (13')
    Man of the Match: Mihaylov
    Croatia 1 - 2 Sweden
    Goalscorers: (SWE) Ibrahimovic(79', 90'), (CRO) Mandzukic (90')
    Man of the Match: Zlatan Ibrahimovic
    Sweden 1 – 1 Croatia
    Goalscorers: (SWE) Ibrahimovic (5'), (CRO) Modric (45')
    Man of the Match: Zlatan Ibrahimovic
    Czech Republic 3 – 3 Ghana
    Goalscorers: (CZE) Kozal (25'), (CZE) Plasil (45'), (GHA) Boateng (45'), (CZE) Vydra (52'), (GHA) Ayew (82'), (GHA) Akaminko (90')
    Man of the Match: Kwarasey
    Ghana 3 – 2 Czech Republic
    Goalscorers: (GHA) Boateng (19'), (CZE) Kadlec (22'), (CZE) Vydra (41'), (GHA)Atsu (74'), (GHA) Ayew (76')
    Man of the Match: Vydra
    Denmark – New Zealand
    New Zealand – Denmark
    FYR Macedonia 0 – 3 United States
    Goalscorers: (USA) Nguyen (6'), (USA) Zardes (32'), (USA) Nguyen (79')
    United States 3 – 0 FYR Macedonia
    Man of the Match: Nguyen
    Goalscorers: (USA) Zardes (13'), (USA) Dempsey (21'), (USA) Altidore (90')
    Man of the Match: Pacovski
    Nigeria 1 – 4 Finland
    Goalscorers: Uche (31') - A.Eremenko (15'), T.Pukki (57', 77'), P.Hetemaj (90')
    Finland 5 – 0 Nigeria
    Goalscorers: A.Eremenko (38'), T.Pukki (48'), Taiwio OG (54'), J.Toivio(77'), T.Pukki(83')
    France 2 – 1 Gabon
    Goalscorers: (GAB) Aubameyang (18'), (FRA) Lacazette (45', 74')
    Man of the Match: Lacazette
    Gabon – France
    Germany 1 - 0 Senegal
    Goalscorer: (GER) Reus (12')
    Man of the Match: Neuer
    Senegal 3 – 2 Germany
    Goalscorers: (SEN) Ba (25', 43'), (GER) Reus (36', 44'), (SEN) Sow (45')
    Man of the Match: Ba
    Guinea 1 – 2 Greece
    Goalscorers: (GRE) Kone (40'), (GRE) Salpingidis (45'), (GUI) Yattara (83')
    Man of the Match: (GUI) Zayatte
    Greece 3 – 1 Guinea
    Goalscorers: (GRE) Salpingidis (PK 11'), (GUI) Bangoura (24'), (GRE) Kone (30'), (GRE) Mitroglou (70')
    Man of the Match: (GRE) P. Kone
    Hungary 3 – 5 Romania
    Goalscorers: (ROM) A. Stoian(4', 37', 45'), (ROM) C. Marica (23'), (HUN) A. Szalai (40', 62'), (HUN), (ROM) G. Torje (48'), B. Dzsudzsak (84')
    Man of the Match: A. Szalai
    Romania 3 - 2 Hungary
    Goalscorers: (HUN) A. Szalai (12'), (ROM) C. Marica (29'), (ROM) G. Torje (35'), (ROM) A. Stoian (65'), (HUN) P. Kovacs (80')
    Man of the Match: R. Cociş
    Iceland 3 - 0 Ukraine
    Goalscorers: (ICE) Finnbogason (69', 84'), (ICE) Hallfredsson (75')
    Man of the Match: Hallfredsson
    Ukraine 0 – 2 Iceland
    Goalscorers: (ICE) Finnbogason (62', 66')
    Man of the Match: Sigurdsson
    Republic of Ireland – Mexico
    Mexico – Republic of Ireland
    Republic of Ireland 1 – 1 Mexico
    Goalscorers: (IRE) Gibson (45'), (MEX) Corona (58')
    Man of the Match: Gibson
    Mexico 1 – 1 Republic of Ireland
    Goalscorers: (IRE) Hoolahan (23'), (MEX) Vela (57')
    Man of the Match: McCarthy
    Northern Ireland – Panama
    Panama – Northern Ireland
    Norway 2 – 3 DR Congo
    Goalscorers: (NOR) Berget (14'), (NOR) Elyounoussi (45'), (DRC) Bolasie (45'), (DRC) Kage (57', 62')
    Man of the Match: N/a
    DR Congo 3 – 3 Norway
    Goalscorers: (NOR) Hamoud (11'), (DRC) Bolasie (12'), (DRC) Kah (26' og.), (NOR) Abdellaoue (45'), (NOR) Elyounoussi (45'), (DRC) Cedrick (71')
    Man of the Match: N/a
    Poland 0 – 4 Ivory Coast
    Goalscorers: (IVC) Y. Toure (7', 68'), Doumbia (83'), Romaric (90')
    Man of the Match: Yaya Toure
    Ivory Coast 2 – 1 Poland
    Goalscorers: (IVC) Romaric (45'), Bony (65'), (POL) Blaszcykowski (72')
    Man of the Match: Szczesny
    Russia 3 – 4 Saudi Arabia
    Goalscorers: (SAU) Al Dossari (15'), (SAU) Al Shamrani (26', 90'), (RUS) Kokorin (45', 58'), (RUS) Dzyuba (45'), (SAU) Al Jassim (48')
    Man of the Match: Al Shamrani
    Saudi Arabia 6 – 3 Russia
    Goalscorers: (SAU) Al Jassim (12'), (SAU) Al Shamrani (19', 45', 53', 66'), (RUS) Kokorin (23', 78'), (SAU) Al Dossari (26'), (RUS) Dzagoev (45')
    Man of the Match: Al Shamrani
    Scotland 3 - 1 Slovakia
    Goalscorers: (SCO) Goodwillie 41', (SCO) Goodwillie 45', (SLO) Sestak 58' , (SCO) Fletcher 77'
    Man of the Match: Goodwillie
    Slovakia 4 – 2 Scotland
    Goalscorers: (SLO) Sestak (16'), (SLO) Kucka (28'), (SCO) McCormack (PK 32', 55'), (SLO) Sylvestr (64', 90')
    Man of the Match: Sylvestr
    Serbia 2 – 4 Mali
    Goalscorers: (SER) Mitrovic, (SER) Djordjevic, (MAL) Maiga, (MAL) Dicko x2, (MAL) Dembele
    Mali 2 – 0 Serbia
    Goalscorers: (MAL) Sako x2
    Slovenia – Morocco
    Morocco – Slovenia
    Spain 2 – 0 South Africa
    Goalscorers: (SPA) D.Costa (55'), (SPA) Rodrigo (63')
    Man of the Match: Rodrigo
    South Africa 0 – 1 Spain
    Goalscorers: (SPA) R.Castro (62')
    Man of the Match: Khune
    Switzerland 1 – 0 Korea Republic
    Goalscorers: (SWI) Barnetta (38')
    Man of the Match: Barnetta
    Korea Republic 1 – 1 Switzerland
    Goalscorers: (KOR) Yeom Ki Hun (9'), (SWI) Drmic (40')
    Man of the Match: Ki Seung Yung
    Turkey – Cameroon
    Cameroon - Turkey
    Wales 5 – 4 Algeria
    Goalscorers: (WAL) Bale x4 , (WAL) Stokes, (ALG) Feghouli x2, (ALG) Brahimi x2
    Algeria 2 - 1 Wales
    Goalscorers: (ALG) Brahimi, (WAL) Bale, (ALG) Ghilas
    Matchday #1 (7 April - 9 April)
    Italy 2 - 3 Slovakia
    Goalscorers: (SLO) Sestak (28', 60), (ITA) Balotelli (44', 90') (SLO) Sylvestr (73')
    Man of the Match: Sestak
    Slovakia 3 - 3 Italy
    Goalscorers: (SLO) Sylvestr (4', 18'), (ITA) Balotelli (42'), (ITA) El Shaarawy (45') , (ITA) Cassano (68'), (SLO) Mak (82')
    Man of the Match: Balotelli
    Ukraine 0 - 3 Hungary
    Goalscorers: (HUN) A. Szalai (10'), (HUN) G. Lovrencsics (70', 86')
    Man of the Match: L. Koteles (HUN)
    Hungary 2 - 2 Ukraine
    Goalscorers: (UKR) T. Stepanenko (21'), (HUN) D. Tozser (35'), (UKR) T. Stepanenko (75'), (HUN) A. Szalai (87')
    Man of the Match: T. Stepanenko (UKR)
    Sweden 1 - 0 Belarus
    Goalscorers: (SWE) Ibrahimović (28')
    Man of the Match: (Jonas) Olsson
    Belarus 1 – 5 Sweden
    Goalscorers: (SWE) Ibrahimović (21', 70'), (SWE) Gerndt (45'), (SWE) Elm (60'), (BEL) Hleb (75'), (SWE) Larsson (87')
    Man of the Match: (Rasmus) Elm
    Portugal 1 - 0 Albania
    Goalscorer: (POR) M. Fernandes (65')
    Man of the Match: M. Fernandes
    Albania 0 - 2 Portugal
    Goalscorers: (POR) M. Fernandes (37') , (POR) C. Ronaldo (45')
    Man of the Match: M. Fernandes
    Croatia 3 - 1 Bulgaria
    Goalscorers: (BUL) Tonev (28'), (CRO) Rakitic (49'), (CRO) Vrsaljko (66'), (CRO) Mandzukic (75')
    Man of the Match: Sime Vrsaljko
    Bulgaria 1 - 3 Croatia
    Goalscorers: (CRO) Mandzukic (20', 90'), (BUL) Milanov (61'), (CRO) Perisic (78')
    Man of the Match: Mario Mandzukic
    Romania 0 - 1 Iceland
    Goalscorer: (ICE) Finnbogason (13’)
    Man of the Match: Hallfreðsson
    Iceland 2 – 0 Romania
    Goalscorers: (ICE) Sigþórsson (69’), (ICE) Gunnarsson (88’)
    Man of the Match: Gunnarsson
    Belgium 3 - 1 Switzerland
    Goalscorers: (SWI) Shaqiri (31'), (BEL) Hazard (39') (BEL) Lukaku (70, 77')
    Man of the Match: M. Fellaini
    Switzerland 2 - 1 Belgium
    Goalscorers: (SWI) F. Frei (8' 15'), (BEL) K Mirallas (48')
    Wales 5 - 1 Denmark
    Goalscorers: (WAL) Vokes (x3), (WAL) Davies,(WAL) Bale, (DEN) Poulsen
    Man of the Match: Vokes
    Denmark 0 - 5 Wales
    Goalscorers: (WAL) Vokes, (WAL) Ledley (x2), (WAL) Bale, (WAL) Ramsey
    Man of the Match: Ledley
    Norway 1 - 3 Turkey
    Goalscorers: (TUR) Yilmaz (44', 50'), (NOR) Elyounoussi (68'), (TUR) Tore (90')
    Man of the Match: Yilmaz
    Turkey 3 – 2 Norway
    Goalscorers: (TUR) Yilmaz (14', 45') (NOR) Elyounoussi (69', 78'), (TUR) Tore (90')
    Man of the Match: Yilmaz
    Serbia 1 - 2 France
    Goalscorers: (SER) Tadic (53'), (FRA) Cabella (55', 67')
    Man of the Match: Remy Cabella
    France 3- 0 Serbia
    Goalscorers: (FRA) Ribery (21'), (FRA) Cabella (27'), (FRA) Mavuba (52')
    Man of the Match: Blaise Matuidi
    Finland 4 - 3 Poland
    (POL) Rybus (12', 85'), (FIN) A. Eremenko (17'), (FIN) Hetemaj (45', 88'), (POL) Błaszczykowski (51'), (FIN) R. Eremenko (60')
    Man of the Match: T.Pukki
    Poland 2 - 3 Finland
    Goalscorers: (FIN) Ring (14', 35'), (POL) Krychowiak (54'), (FIN) Pukki (61'), (POL) Lewandowski (65')
    Man of the Match: P.Hetemaj
    Slovenia 0 - 3 Czech Republic
    Goalscorers: (CZE) Kadlec (11', 21', 45')
    Man of the Match: Kadlec
    Czech Republic 6 - 1 Slovenia
    Goalscorers: (CZE) Kadlec (33', 55', 59'), (CZE) Gebre Selassie (51'), (CZE) Kozak (64', - )
    Man of the Match: Vydra
    Spain 0 - 4 Austria
    Goalscorers: (AUT) Suttner ('35), (AUT) Arnautovic ('41, 90'), (AUT) Hoffer ('88)
    Man of the Match: Arnautovic
    Austria 2 - 2 Spain
    Goalscorers: (AUT) Leitgeb (18'), (AUT) Arnautovic (80'), (SPN) Rodrigo (8'), (SPN) Isco (44')
    Man of the Match: Leitgeb
    Bosnia and Herzegovina 3 - 0 Ireland Republic
    E. Dzeko (BIH) (11', 64'), (BIH) M. Besic (84')
    Man of the Match: M. Besic
    Ireland Republic 0 - 0 Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Man of the Match: K. Westwood
    Nothern Ireland 1 - 2 FYR Macedonia
    Goalscorers: (NIR) K.Lafferty (30'), (FYR) O.Stjepanovic (67'), F.Hasani (86)
    FYR Macedonia 2 – 2 Nothern Ireland
    Goalscorers: (FYR) G.Pandev (63'), S.Ristic (90'), (NIR) C.Brunt (37'), B.Mckay (72')Man of the Match: O. Stjepanovic
    Matchday #2 (10 April - 12 April)
    Slovakia 0 - 1 Netherlands
    Goalscorers: (NED) Wijnaldum (29')
    Man of the Match: Sneijder
    Netherlands 2 - 2 Slovakia
    Goalscorers: (NED) Wijnaldum (29'), (SLO) Sylvestr (38'), (SLO) Sestak (53'), (NED) Sneijder (75')
    Man of the Match: Kuciak
    Belarus 0 - 5 Italy
    Goalscorers: (ITA) Balotelli (9', 71'), (ITA) Totti (35', 61'), (ITA) Candreva (65')
    Man of the Match: (ITA) Totti
    Italy 2 - 0 Belarus
    Goalscorers: (ITA) Candreva (45'), (ITA) El Shaarawy (77')
    Man of the Match: (ITA) El Shaarawy
    Sweden 1 - 1 Ukraine
    Goalscorers: (SWE) Ibrahimović (71'), (UKR) Dević (90')
    Man of the Match: Pyatov
    Ukraine 1 – 3 Sweden
    Goalscorers: (SWE) Ibrahimović (15', 17', 79'), (UKR) Olyinyk (45')
    Man of the Match: Ibrahimović
    Portugal 4 - 0 Scotland
    Goalscorers: (POR) C. Ronaldo (9', 22', 48'), (POR) Eder (90')
    Man of the Match: C.Ronaldo
    Scotland 2 - 2 Portugal
    Goalscorers: (POR) Nani (22', 64'), (SCO) Goodwillie (32'), (SCO) D. McGregor (58')
    Man of the Match: Nani
    Bulgaria 0 - 1 Iceland
    Goalscorers: (ICE) Bjarnason (41')
    Man of the Match: Manolev (BUL)
    Iceland 0 - 0 Bulgaria
    Man of the Match: Mihaylov (BUL)
    Albania 5 - 0 Romania
    Goalscorers: (ALB) B.Berisha (9', 44', 47', 67'), (ALB) Rama (57')
    Motm: Besart Berisha (ALB)
    Romania 3 - 1 Albania
    Goalscorers: (ROM) Torje (3'), (ROM) Pantilii (9'), (ALB) B.Berisha (34'), (ROM) Grigore (40')
    Man of the Match: (ROM) D.Grigore
    Russia 0 - 1 Belgium
    Goalscorer: (BEL) Hazard (23')
    Man of the Match: (RUS) berezutskiy
    Belgium 5 - 1 Russia
    Goalscorers: (BEL) Hazard (32', 34'), (BEL) Lukaku (45'), (BEL) Zhirkov OG (54'), (RUS) Dzayuba (68'), (BEL) Origi (77')
    Man of The Match: Hazard
    Switzerland 0 - 0 Wales
    Man of the Match: Hennessey
    Wales 3 - 2 Switzerland
    Goalscorers: (WAL) Bale (x2), (WAL) Robson-Kanu, (SWI) Fernandes (SWI) Stocker
    Man of the Match: Bale
    Denmark 1 - 2 Turkey
    Goalscorer: (TUR) Yilmaz (9'), (DEN) Braithwaite (67'), (TUR) Calhanoglu (81')
    Man of the match: N/a
    Turkey 1 – 1 Denmark
    Goalscorers: (TUR) Yilmaz (38'), (DEN) Eriksen (64')
    Man of the Match
    France 3 - 0 Czech Republic
    Goalscorers: (FRA) Ribery (35'), (FRA) Lacazette (49'), (FRA) Matuidi (78')
    Man of the Match: Blaise Matuidi
    Czech Republic 2 - 3 France
    (CZE) Rosicky (39'), (FRA) Cabella (54'), (FRA) Pogba (66'), (CZE) Lloris OG (68'), (FRA) Ribery (83')
    Man of the Match: Matuidi
    Serbia 1 - 1 Greece
    Goalscorers: (GRE) Salpingidis (44' PEN), (SER) Tosic (90')
    Man of the Match: N/a
    Greece 1 - 0 Serbia
    Goalscorer: (GRE) Salpingidis (34')
    Man of the Match: Salpingidis
    Finland 4 - 0 Slovenia
    Goalscorers: T.Pukki (18', 55' pen), J.Toivio (24'), A.Eremenko (90')
    Man of the Match: T.Pukki
    Slovenia 0 – 3 Finland
    Default Win
    Austria 2 - 0 Germany
    Goalscorers: Junuzovic ('28), Hoffer ('69)
    Man of the Match: Klein
    Germany 0 - 1 Austria
    Goalscorer: (GER) Hoffer (25')
    Man of the Match: Neuer
    FYR Macedonia 1 - 6 Spain
    Goalscorers: (SPN) Castro (7', 43' 85'), (FYR) Stjepanovic (12'), (SPN) Busquets (15'), (SPN) Costa (61', 76')
    Man of the Match: R.Castro
    Spain 1 - 2 FYR Macedonia
    Goalscorers: (SPN) Castro (24'), (FYR) Ristic (88', 90' PK)
    Man of the Match: Ristic
    Nothern Ireland 0 - 3 Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Goalscorers: (BIH) S. Lulic 8', (BIH) I. Hajrovic 51', (BIH) E. Dzeko 70'
    Man of the Match: (BIH) S. Lulic
    Bosnia and Herzegovina 8 – 0 Nothern Ireland
    Goalscorers: (BIH) E. Dzeko 3', 10', 28, 90, (BIH) E. Spahic 45', (BIH) M. Pjanic 58', 60', (BIH) S. Lulic 84'
    Man of the Match: (BIH) M. Besic
    Matchday #3 (13 April - 15 April)
    Netherlands 0 - 0 Hungary
    Additional Info: Default Draw. Both players unable to connect
    Hungary 0 - 0 Netherlands
    Additional Info: Default Draw. Both players unable to connect
    Slovakia 2 - 4 Belarus
    Goalscorers: (BEL) Kalachev (30'), (BEL) Bressan (38', 42', 48'), (SLO) Verkhovtsov OG (59'), (SLO) Sestak (71')
    Man of the Match: Bressan
    Belarus 0 - 1 Slovakia
    Goalscorers: (SLO) Mak (90')
    Man of the Match: Durica
    Italy 3 - 1 Ukraine
    Goalscorers: (HUN) Tymoshchuk (16'), (ITA) Totti (46'), (ITA) Balotelli (63', 89' PK)
    Man of the Match: Balotelli
    Ukraine 0 – 0 Italy
    Man of the Match: Chiellini
    Croatia 0 - 1 Portugal
    Goalscorers: (POR) Quaresma (81')
    Man of the Match: Ricardo Quaresma
    Portugal 0 - 0 Croatia
    Man of the Match: Danjiel Subasic
    Bulgaria 0 - 2 Romania
    Goalscorers: (ROM) Pintil (14'), (ROM) Cosis (24')
    Additional Info: Match finished 2-2 but Bulgaria fielded ineligible player (Berbatov) whose 2 goals were wiped
    Romania 3 - 1 Bulgaria
    Goalscorers: (ROM) Maxim (29'), (BUL) Micanski (33'), (ROM) Marica (41'), (ROM) Grigore (50')
    Man of the Match: Marica
    Scotland 2 - 3 Iceland
    Goalscorers: (SCO) Goodwillie (7', 61'), (ICE) Finbogason (22', 65', 79')
    Man of the Match: Finbogason
    Iceland 0 – 1 Scotland
    Goalscorer: (SCO) Goodwillie (58')
    Man of the Match: N/a
    Belgium 1 - 2 Wales
    Goalscorers: (WAL) Ramsey (4'), (BEL) Lukaku (6'), (WAL) Bale (63')
    Man of the Match: Bale
    Wales 2 - 3 Belgium
    Goalscorers: (BEL) Lukaku (40'), (WAL) Bale (47'), (WAL) Ramsey (68'), (BEL) De Bruyne (75'), (BEL) Hazard (84')
    Man of the Match: Nainggolan
    Norway 0 - 3 Russia
    Default Win
    Russia 3 - 0 Norway
    Default Win
    Turkey 1 - 1 Switzerland
    Goalscorers: (TUR) Tore, (SWI) ?
    Switzerland 0 - 9 Turkey
    Goalscorers: (TUR) Yilmaz (4', 32' 44' 73'), (TUR) Turan (12' 64' 90'), (TUR) Calhanoglu (20'), (TUR) Töre (82')
    Man of the Match: Yilmaz
    France 3 - 0 Slovenia
    Goalscorers: (FRA) Pogba (45', 84'), (FRA) Lacazette (75')
    Man of the Match: Paul Pogba
    Slovenia 0 - 4 France
    Goalscorers: (FRA) Lacazette (43' 56') ,(FRA) Pogba (52'), (FRA) Mavuba (61')
    Man of the Match: Gael Clichy
    Greece 3 - 0 Finland
    Goalscorers: Moisander OG (4'), Mitroglou (40'), Kone (70')
    Man of the Match: D.Salpingidis
    Finland 0 - 0 Greece
    Man of the Match: K.Manolas
    Czech Republic 1 - 2 Poland
    Goalscorers: (POL) Rybus (7'), (POL) Błaszczykowski (24'), (CZE) Vydra (90')
    Man of the Match: Krychowiak
    Poland 2 – 5 Czech Republic
    Goalscorers: (CZE) Darida (6'), (CZE) Vydra (13', 77'), (POL) Lewandowski (35', 49'), (CZE) Gebre Selassie (45'), (CZE) V. Kadlec (85')
    Man of the Match: V. Kadlec
    Germany 3 - 0 Ireland Republic
    Default Win
    Ireland Republic 0 - 3 Germany
    Default Win
    Austria 0 - 2 FYR Macedonia
    Goalscorers: Trankovski ('25), Pandev ('70)
    Man of the Match: (FYR) Hasani
    FYR Macedonia 0 - 0 Austria
    Man of the Match: Suttner
    Spain 0 - 4 Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Goalscorers: (BIH) S. Salihovic (18'), (BIH) E. Dzeko (75'), (BIH) M. Pjanic (79'), (BIH) V. Ibisevic (90')
    Bosnia and Herzegovina 1 – 0 Spain
    Goalscorer: (BIH) S. Salihovic (18')
    Man of the Match: (BIH) S. Kolasinac
    Friendlies #2 (16 April - 18 April)
    England 3 – 0 Australia
    Goalscorers: (ENG) Cole (13', 49'), (ENG) Walcott (90')
    Man of the Match: Walcott
    Australia 3 - 2 England
    Goalscorers: (AUS) Lustica (24'), Leckie (76'), Cahill (87')
    (ENG) Cole (21'), Rooney (84')
    Man of the Match: Cahill (AUS)
    Matchday #4 (16 April - 18 April)
    Belarus 3 - 0 Netherlands
    Default Win
    Netherlands 0 - 3 Belarus
    Default Win
    Sweden 2 - 1 Hungary
    Goalscorers: (HUN) Szalai (31'), (SWE) Ibrahimović (51', 64')
    Man of the Match: Ibrahimović
    Hungary 2 - 4 Sweden
    Goalscorers: (HUN) Lovrencsics (29', 43'), (SWE) R. Elm (45'), (SWE) Gerndt (45'), (SWE) Berg (58'), (SWE) Zengin (80')
    Man of the Match: Gerndt
    Ukraine 1 - 2 Slovakia
    Goalscorers: (SLO) Hamsik (11'), (UKR) Iakovenko (28'), (SLO) Sestak (71')
    Man of the Match: (UKR) Pyatov
    Slovakia 1 - 2 Ukraine
    Goalscorers: (SLO) Hubocan (41'), (UKR) Gladkyi (48'), (UKR) Tymoshchuk (83')
    Man of the Match:Tymoshchuk
    Romania 0 - 1 Croatia
    Goalscorers: (CRO) Mandzukic (10')
    Man of the Match: Danijel Pranjic
    Croatia 1 - 1 Romania
    Goalscorers: (CRO) Perisic (11') (ROM) Pintili (45')
    Man of the Match: Mihai Pintili
    Iceland 1 - 0 Albania
    Goalscorer: (ICE) Sigþórsson (40’)
    Man of the Match: Sigþórsson
    Albania 1 - 5 Iceland
    Goalscorers: (ICE) Sævarsson (32’), (ALB) Meha (45’), (ICE) Sigurðsson (48’), (ICE) Sigþórsson (58’), (ICE) Hallfreðsson (61’), (ICE) Gudmundsson (84’)
    Man of the Match: Sigurðsson
    Scotland 1 - 0 Bulgaria
    Goalscorer: (SCO) Fletcher (47')
    Man of the Match: Brown
    Bulgaria 1 – 1 Scotland
    Goalscorers: (SCO) Goodwillie (82'), (BUL) Popov (90')
    Man of the Match: n/a
    Norway 0 - 4 Belgium
    Goalscorers: (BEL) De Bruyne (12', 64' 87'), (BEL) Hazard (41')
    Belgium 3 - 1 Norway
    Goalscorers: (BEL) Tshimanga (21' 65'), (NOR) Johanssen (51'), (BEL) Nainggolan (83')
    Wales 1 - 4 Turkey
    Goalscorers: (WAL) Bale (4'), (TUR) Yilmaz (12', 34', 61' 69')
    Man of the Match: Yilmaz
    Turkey 5 - 1 Wales
    Goalscorers: (TUR) Yilmaz (11', 19'), (WAL) Bale (27'), (TUR) Tore (51', 60', 73')
    Man of the Match: Tore
    Russia 0 - 0 Denmark
    Man of the Match: Akinfeev
    Denmark 3 - 2 Russia
    Goalscorers: (DEN) Poulsen (8', 45', 90') (RUS) Berezutskiy (40') Glushakov (82')
    Man of the Match: Poulsen
    Greece 2 - 1 France
    Goalscorers: (GRE) Mitrolgou (24'), (GRE) Salpingidis (33' PK), (FRA) Cabella (65')
    France 0 - 1 Greece
    Goalscorer: (GRE) Salpingidis (45')
    Man of the Match: Salpingidis
    Man of the Match: Karnezis
    Finland 1 - 2 Czech Republic
    Goalscorers: (CZE) M.Vydra (9', 85'), (FIN) T.Pukki (39')
    Man of the Match: M.Vydra
    Czech Republic 1 - 3 Finland
    Goalscorers: (FIN) T.Pukki (17', 19'), (FIN) R.Eremenko (67'), (CZE) V.Kadlec (86')
    Man of the Match: T.Pukki
    Serbia 1 - 2 Poland
    Goalscorers: (POL) Mierzejewski (41'), (POL) Lewandowski (63'), (SRB) Tosic (70')
    Poland 1 – 1 Serbia
    Goalscorers: (SRB) Ljajić (34'), (POL) Rybus (59')
    Man of the Match: (POL) Krychowiak
    FYR Macedonia 0 - 0 Germany
    Default Draw
    Germany 1 - 0 FYR Macedonia
    Goalscorer: (GERM) Muller (66' PK)
    Man of the Match: Neuer
    Nothern Ireland 1 - 2 Ireland Republic
    Goalscorers: (NIR) McKay (17'), (ROI) Long (55', 59')
    Man of the Match: Long
    Ireland Republic 4 - 0 Nothern Ireland
    Goalscorers: (ROI) Long (9', 24', 69', 82')
    Man of the Match: Long
    Bosnia and Herzegovina 1 - 1 Austria
    Goalscorers: Hoffer ('29), Hajrovic ('83)
    Man of the Match: (BIH) Dzeko
    Austria 1 - 1 Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Goalscorers: (AUS) Leitgeb (60'), (BIH) Salihovic (81')
    Man of the Match: (BIH) Begovic
    Matchday #5 (19 April - 21 April)
    Netherlands 3 - 2 Sweden
    Goalscorers: (NED) Van Persie (21'), (NED) Sneijder (51'), (SWE) Toivonen (65'), (SWE) Ibrahimović (79'), (NED) Robben (87')
    Man of the Match: Robben
    Sweden 0 - 1 Netherlands
    Goalscorers: (NED) Sneijder (74')
    Man of the Match: Sneijder
    Belarus 0 - 3 Ukraine
    Default Win
    Ukraine 3 - 0 Belarus
    Default Win
    Hungary 2 - 2 Italy
    Goalscorers: (ITA) M. Balotelli (12' PK, 90'), (HUN) M. Futacs (28', 80')
    Man of the Match: Futacs
    Italy 9 - 0 Hungary
    Goalscorers: (ITA) M. Balotelli (9', 44', 70', 75' PK), (ITA) G. Rossi (25'), (ITA) A. Cassano (49'), (ITA) F. Totti (54', 90'), (ITA) A. Pirlo (89')
    Man of the Match: Balotelli
    Portugal 2 - 2 Romania
    Goalscorers: (POR) Moutinho (5'), (ROM) Maxim (15'), (POR) Quaresma (74'), (ROM) Pintilli (82')
    Man of the Match: (POR) Fernandes
    Romania 1 - 2 Portugal
    Goalscorers: (POR) Varela (58', 72'), (ROM) Gardos (61')
    Man of the Match: Varela
    Scotland 1 - 0 Croatia
    Goalscorers: (SCO) Goodwillie (11')
    Man of the Match: Danijel Subasic
    Croatia 1 - 1 Scotland
    Goalscorers: (CRO) Perisic (9'), (SCO) Mackay-Steven (50')
    Man of the Match: Danijel Subasic
    Bulgaria 3 - 2 Albania
    Goalscorers: (BUL) Milanov (6'), (BUL) Doka (52'), (ALB) Berisha (58'), (BUL) Berbatov (64'), (ALB) Basha (75')
    Man of the Match: (ALB) Sidiku
    Albania 3 – 3 Bulgaria
    Goalscorers: (BUL) Georgiev (11'), (ALB) Basha (20'), (BUL) Manolev (27'), (ALB) Hyka (45'), (BUL) Milanov (75'), Berisha (90')
    Man of the Match: (BUL) Popov
    Belgium 1 - 1 Turkey
    Goalscorers: (BEL) Carrasco (9'), (TUR) Yilmaz (53')
    Man of the Match: Sahin
    Turkey 3 - 3 Belgium
    Goalscorers: (TUR) Turan (3', 75'), (BEL) De Bruyne ( 21'), (BEL) Hazard (30'), (TUR) Yilmaz (61'), (BEL) Lukaku (84')
    Man of the Match: Turan
    Denmark 3 - 0 Norway
    Default Result
    Norway 0 - 3 Denmark
    Default Result
    Switzerland 2 - 0 Russia
    Goalscorers: (SWI) Shaqiri (2', 29')
    Man of the Match: Shaqiri
    Russia 3 – 2 Switzerland
    Goalscorers: (RUS) Kokorin (32', 40', 70'), (SWI) Stocker (63', 72')
    Man of the Match: Kokorin
    Finland 1 - 1 France
    Goalscorers: (FRA) K.Arkivuo OG(26'), (FIN) J.Kauko (84')
    Man of the Match: A.Eremenko
    France 2 - 1 Finland
    Goalscorers: (FRA) G.Clichy (25'), (FRA) F.Ribery (75'), (FIN) Pohjanpalo (86')
    Man of the Match: G.Clichy
    Serbia 3 - 0 Slovenia
    Default Win
    Slovenia 0 - 3 Serbia
    Default Win
    Poland 1 - 0 Greece
    Goalscorer: (POL) Błaszczykowski (90')
    Man of the Match: (POL) Krychowiak
    Greece 0 - 1 Poland
    Goalscorer: (POL) Lewandowski (78')
    Man of the Match: Szczęsny
    Germany 4 - 0 Nothern Ireland
    Goalscorers: (GER) Gomez (7', 23', 65' 72')
    Man of the Match: Gomez
    Nothern Ireland 0 - 3 Germany
    Default Win
    FYR Macedonia - Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Default Win
    Bosnia and Herzegovina 3 - 0 FYR Macedonia
    Default Win
    Ireland Republic 1 - 3 Spain
    Goalscorers: (SPN) Castro (9', 43'), (SPN) Cazorla (27'), (ROI) McCarthy (73')
    Spain 3 - 3 Ireland Republic
    Goalscorers: (ROI) McClean (15'), (ROI) Hoolahan (25'), (SPN) Navas (54'), (SPN) Gunning OG (58'), (ROI) McGeady (85'), (SPN) Fabregas PEN (89')
    Man of the Match: (ROI) Westwood
    Matchday #6 (22 April - 24 April)
    Ukraine 0 - 3 Netherlands
    Default Result
    Netherlands 3 - 0 Ukraine
    Default Result
    Italy 2 - 0 Sweden
    Goalscorers: (ITA) Rossi (26'), (ITA) Elm, OG (34')
    Man of the Match: Chiellini
    Sweden 1 - 1 Italy
    Goalscorers: (ITA) Totti (69'), (SWE) Lustig (84')
    Man of the Match: Lustig
    Slovakia 4 - 1 Hungary
    Goalscorers: (SLO) Sylvestr (13', 63'), (SLO) Sestak (43'), (HUN) Dzsudzsak (65'), (SLO) Holosko (85')
    Hungary 1 – 2 Slovakia
    Goalscorers: (SLO) Rusnak (11'), (HUN) Dzsudzsak (71'), (SLO) Skrtel (78')
    Iceland 1 - 2 Portugal
    Goalscorers: (POR) Fernandes (54', 90'), (IC) Bjarnason (71')
    Man of the Match: Fernandes
    Portugal 2 - 4 Iceland
    Goalscorers: (POR) Moutinho (54’), (ICE) Finnbogason (61’), (ICE) Gudmundsson(66’), (POR) Danny(75’), (ICE) R.Sigurðsson(80’), (ICE) Bjarnason(90’)
    Man of the Match: Sigurðsson (ICE)
    Romania 1 - 1 Scotland
    Goalscorers: (ROM) Maxim (28' PK), (SCO) Russell (64')
    Scotland 1 - 0 Romania
    Goalscorers: (SCO) Goodwillie (84')
    Man of the Match: (ROM) Pintilli
    Croatia V - V Albania
    Void Result
    Albania V – V Croatia
    Void Result
    Denmark 0 - 0 Belgium
    Default Result
    Belgium 0 - 0 Denmark
    Default Result
    Norway 0 - 3 Switzerland
    Default Win
    Switzerland 3 -0 Norway
    Default Win
    Wales 1 - 2 Russia
    Goalscorers: (RUS) Dzagoev (20'), (RUS) Samedov (45'), (WAL) Bale (88')
    Man of the Match: Bale
    Russia 1 – 5 Wales
    Goalscorers: (WAL) Bale (4', 62'), (RUS) Kokorin (16'), (WAL) Ramsey (32', 83), (WAL) Cotterill (40')
    Man of the Match: Ramsey
    Poland 3 - 2 France
    Goalscorers: (FRA) Ribery (40'), (POL) Błaszczykowski (52'), (POL) Rybus (64'), (POL) Piszczek (85'), (FRA) Lacazette (90')
    Man of the Match: Błaszczykowski
    France 5 - 2 Poland
    Goalscorers: (FRA) Ribery (27', 44'), (FRA) Pogba (45'), (FRA) Lacazette (70'), (FRA) Cabella (76'), (POL) Lewandowski (89', 90')
    Man of the Match: Lacazette
    Czech Republic 1 - 1 Serbia
    Goalscorers: (CZE) Kadlec (31'), (SER) Ljajic (83')
    Serbia 1 - 4 Czech Republic
    Goalscorers: (CZE) Vydra (12', 90'), (CZE) Kadlec (43' PK), (SER) Tosic (45'), (CZE) Rosicky (55')
    Greece 3 - 0 Slovenia
    Default Win
    Slovenia 0 – 3 Greece
    Default Win
    Bosnia and Herzegovina 5 - 1 Germany
    Goalscorers: (BIH) Dzeko (11', 56', 81' PK, 90'), (BIH) Pjanic (14'), (GER) Reus (24' PK)
    Man of the Match: Dzeko
    Germany 1 - 4 Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Goalscorers: (BIH) Pjanic (45'), (GER) Gomez (54'), (BIH) Besic (71'), (BIH) Salilovic (78'), (BIH) Hummels OG (85')
    Man of the Match: Salilovic
    Spain V - V Nothern Ireland
    Void Result
    Nothern Ireland V - V Spain
    Void Result
    Austria 0 - 0 Ireland Republic
    Man of the Match: (AUS) Manninger
    Ireland Republic 3 – 0 Austria
    Goalscorers: (ROI) McClean ('30), (ROI) McGeady ('37), (ROI) Long ('74)
    Matchday #7 (25 April - 27 April)
    Netherlands 2 - 1 Italy
    Goalscorers: (NED) Van Persie (35') (ITA) Balotelli (38'), (NED) Robben (68')
    Man of the Match: Van Persie
    Italy 1 - 1 Netherlands
    Goalscorers: (ITA) Balotelli (70'), (NED) El Kabir (73')
    Man of the Match: Balotelli
    Sweden 1 - 2 Slovakia
    Goalscorers: (SLO) Sylvestr (45'), (SLO) Rusnak (55'), (SWE) Larsson (58')
    Man of the Match: Isaksson
    Slovakia 1 - 2 Sweden
    Goalscorers: (SWE) Ibrahimović (25', 45'), (SLO) Mak (80')
    Man of the Match: Ibrahimović
    Belarus 0 - 3 Hungary
    Default Win
    Hungary 3 - 0 Belarus
    Default Win
    Bulgaria 4 - 7 Portugal
    Goalscorers: (BUL) Berbatov (21'), (POR) Ronaldo (25', 30', 81', 90'), (BUL) Milanov (32'), (BUL) Popov (38'), (POR) Nani (49'), (POR) Quaresma (64', 70'), (BUL) Manolev (84')
    Man of the Match: Quaresma
    Portugal 3 - 2 Bulgaria
    Goalscorers: (BUL) Doka (32'), (POR) Nani (76'), (POR) Ronaldo (80'), (BUL) Manolev (84'), (POR) Quaresma (87')
    Man of the Match: Ronaldo
    Scotland 3 - 0 Albania
    Default Win
    Albania 0 - 3 Scotland
    Default Win
    Iceland V - V Croatia
    Void Result
    Croatia V - V Iceland
    Void Result
    Switzerland 3 - 1 Denmark
    N/a
    Denmark 2 - 1 Switzerland
    N/a
    Russia 0 - 6 Turkey
    Goalscorers: (TUR) Yilmaz (9', 18', 23'), (TUR) Calhanoglu (44'), (TUR) Toprak (78'), (TUR) Tore (83')
    Man of the Match: Yilmaz
    Turkey 4 - 1 Russia
    Goalscorers: (RUS) Bystrov (2'), (TUR) Frei (24', 41'), (TUR) Calhanoglu (64'), (TUR) Erkin (69')
    Man of the Match: Frei
    Wales 3 - 0 Norway
    Default Win
    Norway 0 – 3 Wales
    Default Win
    Czech Republic 0 - 0 Greece
    Man of the Match: (GRE) Karnezis
    Greece 3 - 1 Czech Republic
    Goalscorers: (GRE) Mitroglou (4', 67') , (GRE) Tzavellas (18'), (CZE) Vydra (22')
    Man of the Match: K. Mitroglou
    Poland 3 - 0 Slovenia
    Default Win
    Slovenia 0 - 3 Poland
    Default Win
    Serbia 1 - 1 Finland
    Goalscorers: (SER) Z.Tosic (29'), (FIN) T.Pukki (70')
    Finland 1 – 0 Serbia
    Goalscorer: Goalscorers: (FIN) T.Pukki (8')
    Germany - Spain
    Spain - Germany
    Nothern Ireland - Austria
    Austria - Nothern Ireland
    FYR Macedonia 0 - 1 Ireland Republic
    Goalscorer: (ROI) McCarthy (48')
    Ireland Republic 2 – 0 FYR Macedonia
    Goalscorers: (ROI) Long (31', 73')
    Man of the Match: Long

    Standings:

    Group A
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    Group B
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    Group C
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    Group D
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    Group E
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    Topscorers:

    (TUR) B. Yilmaz
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    (ITA) Balotelli
    Ball.png 15

    ( SWE) Ibrahimović, (BIH) Dzeko
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    Other Goalscorers
    (WAL) Bale, (CZE) Kadlec
    Ball.png 11
    (CZE) Kadlec
    Ball.png 10

    (POR) Ronaldo, (ROI) Long
    Ball.png 9


    Injuries:
    (ICE) Sigurðsson
    Injury.pngInjured for gameweek 2

    (ROM) Cocis
    Injury.pngInjured for gameweek 2

    (WAL) Mathews
    Injury.pngInjured for gameweek 3

    (SCO) S. Fletcher
    Injury.pngInjured for gameweek 3, Match 1

    (POR) C. Ronaldo
    Injury.pngInjured for gameweek 3

    (CRO) Perisic
    Injury.pngInjured for gameweek 2, match 1


    (BEL) Fellaini
    Injury.pngInjured for gameweek 2, Match 2 & Gameweek 3, Match 1

    (POL) Rybus
    Injury.pngInjured for gameweek 4, Match 1

    (FYR) V.Sikov
    Injury.pngInjured for gameweek 2,Match 1

    (BEL) Mirrallas
    Injury.pngInjured for gameweek 3

    (RUS) Kokorin
    Injury.pngInjured for gameweek 3


    (NIR) B Mckay
    Injury.pngInjured for gameweek 3, Match 1


    (NIR) S. Davis
    Injury.pngInjured for gameweek 3, Match 1


    (NIR) O. Norwood
    Injury.pngInjured for gameweek 3

    (SLO) Skrtel
    Injury.pngInjured for gameweek 3

    (SLO) Sylvestr
    Injury.pngInjured for gameweek 3

    (NED) Sneijder
    Injury.pngInjured for gameweek 3

    (BUL) Berbatov
    Injury.pngInjured for gameweek 3

    (GRE) Manolas
    Injury.pngInjured for gameweek 4

    (ALB) M.Basha
    Injury.pngInjured for gameweek 3, Match 1

    (ALB) Abrashi
    Injury.pngInjured for gameweek 3

    (ALB) B.Berisha
    Injury.pngInjured for gameweek 3

    (POL) Polanski
    Injury.pngInjured for gameweek 5, Match 1

    (SER) Ljajić
    Injury.pngInjured for gameweek 5

    (ALB) Shala
    Injury.pngInjured for gameweek 5, Match 1

    (ROM) Cocis
    Injury.pngInjured for gameweek 6, Match 1


    (NOR) Berget
    Injury.pngInjured for gameweek 4


    (POL) Grosicki
    Injury.pngInjured for gameweek 7, Match 1


    (GER) Gotze
    Injury.pngInjured for gameweek 5, Match 1


    (FYR) Ristic
    Injury.pngInjured for gameweek 5, Match 1


    (RUS) Shirokov
    Injury.pngInjured for gameweek 5, Match 1


    (SWI) Shaqiri
    Injury.pngInjured for gameweek 6


    (CRO) Mandzukic
    Injury.pngInjured for gameweek 6, Match 1


    (SWE) Gerndt
    Injury.pngInjured for gameweek 5, Match 1


    (HUN) Lovrensics
    Injury.pngInjured for gameweek 5, Match 1








    Suspensions:
    (SWI) Lichtsteiner
    Red_Card.pngSuspended for gameweek 3, Match 1
    (SWI) Inler
    Red_Card.pngSuspended for gameweek 3, Match 1

    (SWI) Inler
    Red_Card.pngSuspended for gameweek 5, Match 1
    Post edited by Liam9lfc on
  • Chow
    2525 posts Fans' Favourite
    edited May 2015
    The South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL) of the FIFA World Cup qualification acts as qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup, to be held in England.

    All eight teams will play in a league of home-and-away round-robin matches. The top four teams will qualify for the FIFA World Cup, and the fifth-placed team will advance to the inter-confederation play-offs.

    Before we move on to the group tables, matches and the topscorers of this group, let's have a look at all the teams:

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    World Cup 2015 COMNEBOL Section Preview. Written By Chow
    When you think of footballing flair, a few players spring to mind...the men of old like Maradona, Pelé, Valderrama...and the modern talents of Messi, Neymar, Suarez and Sanchez. But what do they all have in common? That’s right, they’re from South America, a continent that stretches over 17,000,000km2 in area, but only speaks one language: football.

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    Barcelona teammates Neymar (left) and Messi (right) will be facing off once more.

    Of course, with Messi and Neymar spearheading their respective attacks, Brazil and Argentina will be two of the favourites going into the tournament, especially when you consider that they not only boast incredible attacking depth, but also some of the best defenders in world football with Thiago Silva and Ezequiel Garay.

    In fact, with Argentina ruing missed chances in the 2014 final, and Brazil still hurting from that 7-1 humiliation in front of their home crowd, both are hungrier than ever to avenge those disappointments from last year - certainly, you’d be a brave man to bet against either going all the way.

    And so, with Brazil holding the most World Cups in tournament history (5) alongside the caliber of the current Argentina squad, it’s easy to overlook the other contenders from South America.

    On the world stage, Chile made it out of the group for their third consecutive World Cup in 2014, comprehensively beating and in the process, knocking out the reigning champions Spain. They were only narrowly edged out on penalties at the R16 stage by none other than the hosts. In fact, La Roja can feel aggrieved that they didn’t go further in the competition after Pinilla was inches from sending them through when he struck the bar in extra time. Ultimately, they didn’t progress, but the intensity of their offense through the exciting talents of Sánchez, Vargas and Fernández gave us a glimpse of what they are capable of.

    Uruguay will also have something to say about their chances at making not only the finals, but also running deep into the knockouts rounds themselves; a semi-final appearance with arguably a weaker squad in 2010 has proven that they can mix it with the best when the pressure is on. Their current squad holds attacking fire power in Luis Suarez and Edison Cavani, in conjunction with an experienced back four headed by their captain, Diego Godin. When you include Uruguay’s keeper, Muslera, their back five sum to over 300 caps for La Celeste.

    Los Cafeteros (Colombia) were an absolute dynamite at the 2014 World Cup, in which we saw the rise of one James Rodríguez, and although they too were ousted by Brazil in the QF, James ended up walking home with his head held high, the golden boot, and a transfer to Champions League holders, Real Madrid. But make no mistake, this isn’t a one man team...flamboyant talent can be found across the board with players like Juan Cuadrado, Fredy Guarín and the forgotten man, Radamel Falcao. If El Tigre can get back to the form he showed at Porto and Atlético, then Colombia will be a real threat come May.

    Analysing the remaining nations, you should not rule out Paraguay as both their starting strikers, Oscar Cardozo and Lucas Barrios, have found their shooting boots in domestic competitions. There’s no doubt that the experience La Albirroja have in their ranks will make them tough opposition for anyone, and you shouldn’t be surprised if they progress to the finals from arguably the most competitive qualification process of any confederation.

    Rounding off COMNEBOL, Peru and Venezuela have some of the smallest squads in the competition ...but what they lack in depth, they more than make up for in exciting young talents: André Carrillo and Josef Martínez are ones to look out for in qualification. Of course, Peru will be heavily reliant on their star man Jefferson Farfán if they have any hope of defying the odds, as is the same for Venezuela and one of the hottest prospects in world football, Salomón Rondón. Oh, and we can’t forget Juan Arango...statistically the deadliest free kick specialist in Europe.

    One thing’s for sure, there’s no easy games in this group.

    The schedule of the competition is as follows.
    Matchday #1 (4 April - 6 April)
    Argentina 6 - 0 Venezuela
    Goalscorers: (ARG) Messi (4', 45', 66'), (ARG) Di María (51', 62'), (ARG) Tevez (90')
    Man of the Match: Lionel Messi
    Venezuela 0 - 7 Argentina
    Goalscorers: (ARG) Tevez (23'), Messi (35', 45', 79'), Gaitán (38'), Agüero (66', 82')
    Man of the Match: Messi
    Brazil 3 - 1 Uruguay
    Goalscorers: (BRA) Neymar (41', 69'), (URU) Suárez (61'), (BRA) Ramires (65'),
    Man of the Match: Neymar
    Uruguay 0 - 0 Brazil
    Goalscorers: None.
    Match of the Day: Muslera
    Chile 3 - 1 Peru
    Goalscorers: (CHI) Vargas (57'), (CHI) Beausejour (62'), (CHI) A. Sanchez (64'), (PER) Farfan (76')
    Man of the Match: Beausejour
    Peru 1 - 3 Chile
    Goalscorers: (CHI) A. Sanchez (12', 40') , Vidal (31'), (PER) J. Vargas (81')
    Man of the Match: A. Sanchez
    Colombia 3 - 0 Paraguay
    Goalscorers: (COL) Jackson Martinez (26', 64'), (COL) Falcao (61')
    Man of the Match: Jackson Martinez
    Paraguay 0 - 3 Colombia
    Goalscorers: (COL) Jackson Martinez, (COL) Rodriguez (44', 78')
    Man of the Match: Rodriguez
    Matchday #2 (7 April - 9 April)
    Uruguay 1 - 2 Argentina
    Goalscorers: (ARG) Messi (45'), (ARG) Tevez (84'), (URU) V. Sánchez (89')
    Man of the Match: Messi
    Argentina 4 - 1 Uruguay
    Goalscorers: (ARG) Agüero (20'), (ARG) Di María (68', 79'), Messi (70'), (URU) Cavani (73')
    Man of the Match: Messi
    Paraguay 1 - 3 Brazil
    Goalscorers: (BRA) Leonardo (12'), (PAR) D. Verón (65'), (BRA) Neymar (67', 85')
    Man of the Match: Leonardo
    Brazil 5 - 0 Paraguay
    Goalscorers: (BRA) Oscar (33', 66'), (BRA) Neymar (45', 62', 90')
    Man of the Match: Oscar
    Peru 6 - 2 Venezuela
    Goalscorers: (PER) Hurtado (28'), (PER) Farfan (34', 86', 90'), (VEN) Arango (63'), (PER) Carrillo (79', 82'), (VEN) S. Rondon
    Man of the Match: Carrillo
    Venezuela 0 - 2 Peru
    Goalscorers: (PER) Farfan (33'), (PER) Carrillo (78')
    Man of the Match: D. Hernández
    Colombia 2 - 1 Chile
    Goalscorers: (COL) Cuadrado (30'), (CHI) Fernandez (33'), (COL) Rodriguez (79')
    Man of the Match: Bravo
    Chile 4 - 0 Colombia
    Goalscorers: (CHI) Vargas (29', 83'), (CHI) A. Sanchez (54'), (CHI) Vidal (80')
    Man of the Match: A. Sanchez
    Matchday #3 (10 April - 12 April)
    Argentina 6 - 2 Peru
    Goalscorers: (PER) J. Vargas (7'), (ARG) Tevez (9', 56', 80'), (ARG) Di María (15'), (ARG) Agüero (48'), (ARG) Messi (67'), (PER) Farfán (75')
    Man of the Match: Tevez
    Peru 0 - 5 Argentina
    Goalscorers: (ARG) Tevez (30', 59'), (ARG) Di María (61'), (ARG) Messi (80', 90')
    Man of the Match: Messi
    Uruguay 3 - 0 Paraguay
    Not available.
    Paraguay 0 - 3 Uruguay
    Not available.
    Venezuela 2 - 4 Colombia
    Goalscorers: (COL) Burbano (5'), (COL) Falcao (34', 90'), (VEN) Arango (45'), (COL) Jackson Martinez (67'), (VEN) Rondon (90')
    Man of the Match: Jackson Martinez
    Colombia 1 - 1 Venezuela
    Goalscorers: (VEN) Rondon (45'), (COL) Jackson Martinez (83')
    Man of the Match: Ospina
    Brazil 0 - 1 Chile
    Goalscorers: (CHI) E Vargas (8')
    Man of the Match: Ramires
    Chile 0 - 0 Brazil
    Goalscorers: None.
    Man of the Match: Ramires
    Matchday #4 (13 April - 15 April)
    Paraguay 0 - 5 Argentina
    Goalscorers: (ARG) Messi (4'), Di María (8', 71'), Gaitán (49'), Salvio (80')
    Man of the Match: Di María
    Argentina 6 - 0 Paraguay
    Goalscorers: (ARG) Messi (6', 21', 59'), Gaitán (55'), Di María (73'), Salvio (90')
    Man of the Match: Messi
    Colombia 4 - 3 Peru
    Goalscorers: (PER) Reyna (3'), (COL) Cuadrado (8'), (PER) Farfan (16', 19'), (COL) A. Ramos (29', 68'), (COL) Jackson Martinez (82')
    Man of the Match: A. Ramos
    Peru 1 - 6 Colombia
    Goalscorers: (COL) Jackson Martinez (2', 14', 67'), (PER) Carrillo (11'), (COL) Rodriguez (26', 75'), (COL) A. Ramos (90')
    Man of the Match: A. Ramos
    Chile 2 - 3 Uruguay
    Goalscorers: (CHI) A. Sanchez (20', 59'), (URU) Suarez (45', 67'), (URU) Cavani (80')
    Man of the Match: Suarez
    Uruguay 0 - 5 Chile
    Goalscorers: (CHI) A. Sanchez (6', 12', 60', 81'), (CHI) P. Hernandez (45')
    Man of the Match: Vidal
    Brazil 1 - 1 Venezuela
    Goalscorers: (BRA) Hulk (24'), (VEN) S. Rondón (56')
    Man of the Match: Hulk
    Venezuela 1 - 2 Brazil
    Goalscorers: (VEN) S. Rondón (23'), (BRA) Neymar (35'), (BRA) Hulk (39')
    Man of the Match: D. Hernández
    Matchday #5 (16 April - 18 April)
    Argentina 7 - 2 Colombia
    Goalscorers: (ARG) Di María (10', 45'), (ARG) Agüero (29', 52'), (COL) Jackson Martínez (41'), (ARG) Messi (50'), (ARG) Tevez (66'), (ARG) Pereyra (75'), (COL) C. Sánchez (90')
    Man of the Match: Aguero
    Colombia 0 - 3 Argentina
    Goalscorers: (ARG) Aguero (14'), (ARG) Di Maria (23'), (ARG) Messi (72')
    Man of the Match: Messi
    Paraguay 0 - 2 Chile
    Goalscorers: (CHI) P. Hernandez (4', 10')
    Man of the Match: P. Hernandez
    Chile 10 - 0 Paraguay
    Goalscorers: (CHI) A. Sanchez (6', 43', 45', 47', 56', 61', 68', 77', 86'), (CHI) Medel (39')
    Man of the Match: Medel
    Peru 0 - 0 Brazil
    Match abandoned.
    Brazil 0 - 0 Peru
    Match abandoned.
    Uruguay 4 - 1 Venezuela
    Goalscorers: -
    Man of the Match: -
    Venezuela 2 - 2 Uruguay
    Goalscorers: -
    Man of the Match: -
    Matchday #6 (19 April - 21 April)
    Chile 1 - 1 Argentina
    Goalscorers: (ARG) Tevez (18'), (CHI) Beausejour (42')
    Man of the Match: Messi
    Argentina 3 - 2 Chile
    Goalscorers: (ARG) Pereyra (13'), (CHI) A. Sanchez (26'), (ARG) Di Maria (39'), (CHI) Vargas (45'), (ARG) Tevez (86')
    Man of the Match: Pereyra
    Brazil 0 - 3 Colombia
    Goalscorers: (COL) A. Ramos (3', 34', 75')
    Man of the Match: A. Ramos
    Colombia 2 - 3 Brazil
    Goalscorers: (COL) Jackson Martinez (28'), (BRA) Leonardo (36'), (BRA) Neymar (56'), (COL) A. Ramos (65'), (BRA) Lucas (90')
    Man of the Match: Neymar
    Venezuela 1 - 2 Paraguay
    Goalscorers: (VEN) Joseph Martinez (75') (PAR) Barrios (80' 84')
    Man of the Match: Man of the Match: D. Hernandez
    Paraguay 3 - 2 Venezuela
    Goalscorers: (VEN) S. Rondon (34'), (PAR) Cardozo (39'), (VEN) Arango (54'), (PAR) Barrios (59'), (PAR) Valdez (65')
    Man of the Match: Valdez
    Uruguay 2- 1 Peru
    Goalscorers: (URU) Suarez ( - ), (URU) Gargano ( - ), (PER) Carrillo ( - )
    Man of the Match: Gargano
    Peru 1 - 1 Uruguay
    Goalscorers: (URU) Suarez ( - ), (PER) Farfan ( - )
    Man of the Match: Farfan
    Matchday #7 (22 April - 24 April)
    Argentina 2 - 1 Brazil
    Goalscorers: (ARG) Messi (45', 62'), (BRA) Lucas (83')
    Man of the Match: Messi
    Brazil 0 - 0 Argentina
    Goalscorers: None.
    Man of the Match: Rojo
    Chile 7 - 0 Venezuela
    Goalscorers: (CHI) Vargas (14') (CHI) A. Sanchez (38', 45', 47', 61', 69', 83')
    Man of the Match: A. Sanchez
    Venezuela 0 - 4 Chile
    Goalscorers: (CHI) Vargas (42') (CHI) A. Sanchez (48', 52', 88')
    Man of the Match: A. Sanchez
    Colombia 4 - 1 Uruguay
    Goalscorers: (COL) Cuadrado (12'), (COL) A. Ramos (35'), (URU) C. Sanchez (51'), (COL) Rodriguez (56'), (COL) Jackson Martinez (73')
    Man of the Match: A. Ramos
    Uruguay 1 - 6 Colombia
    Goalscorers: (URU) Suarez (19'), (COL) Cuadrado (24', 85'), (COL) Rodriguez (30', 77', 90')
    Man of the Match: Castillo
    Paraguay 3 - 0 Peru
    Match abandoned.
    Peru 0 - 3 Paraguay
    Match abandoned.
    Inter-confederation play-off (1 May - 3 May)
    Uruguay N - N Mexico
    .
    Mexico N - N Uruguay
    .

    Standings:

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    Topscorers:

    (CHI) A. Sánchez
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    (ARG) Messi
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    (ARG) Tevez
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    Other Scorers:
    (ARG) Di María, (COL) Jackson Martinez
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    (PER) Farfán
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    (COL) Rodriguez, (URU) Suárez
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    (BRA) Neymar, (COL) A. Ramos
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    (ARG) Aguero, (CHI) Vargas
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    (VEN) S. Rondon
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    (COL) Cuadrado, (PER) Carrillo
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    (ARG) Gaitán, (CHI) P. Hernandez, (COL) Falcao, (VEN) Arango
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    (ARG) Pereyra, (ARG) Salvio, (BRA) Hulk, (BRA) Leonardo, (BRA) Lucas, (BRA) Oscar, (CHI) Beausejour, (CHI) Vidal, (PER) J. Vargas, (URU) Cavanio
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    (BRA) Ramires, (CHI) Fernandez, (CHI) Medel, (COL) Burbano, (COL) C. Sánchez, (PAR) Cardozo, (PAR) Valdez, (PAR) Veron, (PER) Gargano, (PER) Hurtado, (PER) Reyna, (URU) A. Gonzalez, (URU) C. Sánchez, (URU) G. Ramirez, (URU) V. Sánchez, (VEN) Joseph Martinez
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    Injuries:
    (VEN) Rincón, (VEN) Joseph Martínez
    Injury.pngInjured for second Gameweek 1 match, second Gameweek 2 match.

    (PAR) J. Rojas
    Injury.pngInjured for Gameweek 2.

    (URU) V. Sánchez
    Injury.pngInjured for Gameweek 2.

    (VEN) Añor
    Injury.pngInjured for second Gameweek 2 match, first Gameweek 4 match.

    (CHI) Vidal, (CHI) A. Sanchez, (PAR) Barrios
    Injury.pngInjured for Gameweek 3.

    (VEN) Amorebieta, (VEN) J. Alvarez, (VEN) M. Rondon, (VEN) Vizcarrondo
    Injury.pngInjured for Gameweek 4.

    (COL) Burbano
    Injury.pngInjured for Gameweek 4.

    (ARG) E. Pérez
    Injury.pngInjured for second Gameweek 4 match, first Gameweek 5 match.

    (PER) Farfan
    Injury.pngInjured for second Gameweek 4 match, first Gameweek 5 match.

    (VEN) Rincón
    Injury.pngInjured for Gameweek 4 and Gameweek 5.

    (VEN) Perozo
    Injury.pngInjured for second Gameweek 6 match, first Gameweek 7 match.

    Suspensions:
    (COL) Zapata
    Red_Card.pngSuspended for Gameweek 4.

    (PAR) Melgarejo
    Red_Card.pngSuspended for second Gameweek 4 match, first Gameweek 5 match.

    (URU) G. Ramirez
    Red_Card.pngSuspended for second Gameweek 6 match, first Gameweek 7 match.
    Post edited by Chow on
  • Liam9lfc
    8527 posts League Winner
    edited May 2015
    The Confederation of African Football (CAF) section of the FIFA World Cup qualification acts as qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup, to be held in England.

    In the first round, the 12 teams will be divided into two groups of six to play home-and-away round-robin matches. The top two of each group will qualify for the FIFA World Cup. The third-placed team will advance to the play-off.

    In the play-off, the two third-placed teams will play home-and-away over two legs to determine who enters the FIFA World Cup.

    Before we move on to the group tables, matches and the topscorers of this group, let's have a look at all the teams:

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    World Cup 2015 CAF Section Preview. Written By Liam
    World Cup 2015: Former World Cup Great Roger Milla Claims African Nations “Must Do More”… And Has a Valid Point.

    Very few old enough to have witnessed him in his glory days can forget the impact Roger Milla made on numerous World Cup competitions. Achieving international stardom at 38 years of age by guiding his Cameroon side to become the first African nation to reach the quarter finals of the World Cup in 1990 with 4 goals, Milla also became the oldest goal scorer in World Cup History with his Goal vs Russia in the 1994 finals. He is however, most commonly remembered for his trademark goal celebration of running to the corner flag and performing a dance. In the years that have followed, he has been recognized as a pioneer of the many unconventional and imaginative goal celebrations seen since then. But now one of the first African players to be a major star on the international stage has hit out at the success of African nations in recent years, claiming “Our teams fail to perform to their potential. Africa must do more as a continent to be successful.” In this preview, we will take a look at a few of the top clubs from the African section and why Milla’s comments are justified.

    Ivory Coast are arguably the prime suspects for underachievement on the World Cup Stage. With a squad blessed with players from top European clubs such as Didier Drogba, Yaya Toure, Kolo Toure, Serge Aurier and Wilfried Bony, it’s not hard to understand why many tipped Ivory Coast to be the dark horses of the 2014 World Cup. However, they failed to replicate the same success that have seen them dominate the African Cup of Nations in recent years, crashing out in the group stages of the World Cup Finals at the expense of Colombia and Greece. This year they will be determined to improve, and following their AFCON success earlier this year, morale and confidence will be high going into the qualifiers. There’s no question the ability in the Ivory Coast camp, and if they can pair that ability with grit and determination, there’s no limit to their potential.

    Maybe not so much in recent years, but Nigeria are a nation that bleeds success. When one mentions Nigeria you automatically think of the glorious flair of past Nigerian greats. No one forgets Jay-Jay Okocha and his rainbow flicks, likewise Nwankwo Kanu and his outrageous goal from an impossible angle for Arsenal that sunk Chelsea in the Premier League. The successes from the past have felt somewhat distant among the Nigerian people, and in recent years Nigeria have gone through a rebuilding process. Since failure to qualify for the 2012 AFCON, Stephen Keshi was appointed head coach and is credited for rebuilding and leading Nigeria to African Cup glory in 2013. His policy of omitting his talented but troublesome stars has contributed to the emergence of a new generation of Nigerian player. The team, while lacking the flair of those of the past, have a more focused and determined look about them. Still a work in progress, they have earned their respectability once again through their successes on the pitch. Striker Emmanuel Emenike, goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama and Chelsea's John Obi Mikel give Nigeria a solid spine from top to bottom, and Nigeria will look to build on a decent 2014 World Cup campaign in Brazil that saw them match eventual finalist Argentina in the group stages and narrowly losing to France in the round of 16.

    When someone mentions Ghana the most common words that spring to mind are; World Cup 2010, Asamoah Gyan, Luis Suarez, Penalty, Cheated. Many Ghanaians’ and African’s alike would have sworn to never forgive Luis Suarez again, for his antics that inevitably halted a fairy-tale success story on African soil. Ghana’s Quarter final exit in 2010 was as far as any African nation have made it in a World Cup competition, and but for Asamoah Gyan’s stoppage time penalty miss, Ghana would have booked a place in the Semi-final for the first time in their history, being the only African nation to do so in the process. After failing to qualify out of a tough group in the World Cup of 2014, Ghana will be looking to kick on and become the darlings of football fans around the world again.

    Algeria were back at the World cup of 2014 hoping to emulate the heroes of 1982, who shocked the football world by beating West Germany 2-1. Unfortunately they were narrowly beaten by the eventual winners after extra time, putting an end to a brilliant campaign against all odds. Internal strife in the country from 1992 led them to plunge from the summit of African football. Only now are they beginning to show a return to their best. During their campaign in Brazil, they were a well-organised unit. The willingness of the players to work and sweat for the good of the team helped them to qualify from their group and take Germany on till the very end of Extra-time. The likes of Islam Slimani, Yacine Brahimi and Sofiane Feghouli bring class to the energetic team.

    Africa also have the likes of Cameroon and Senegal amongst others that are more than capable of competing at the World Cup finals. Despite failure to bring a World Cup home to the continent, the region of Africa have some strong nations to boast about, and the people will have reason to be confident of success from a continent that is fast developing. Whether the successes of Cameroon in 1990 and Ghana in 2010 can be improved this year… Remains to be seen.

    The schedule of the competition is as follows.
    Friendlies #1 (4 April - 6 April)
    Wales 5 – 4 Algeria
    Goalscorers: (WAL) Bale x4 , (WAL) Stokes, (ALG) Feghouli x2, (ALG) Brahimi x2
    Algeria 2 - 1 Wales
    Goalscorers: (ALG) Brahimi, (WAL) Bale, (ALG) Ghilas
    Cameroon – Turkey
    Turkey – Cameroon
    DR Congo 3 – 3 Norway
    Goalscorers: (NOR) Hamoud (11'), (DRC) Bolasie (12'), (DRC) Kah (26' og.), (NOR) Abdellaoue (45'), (NOR) Elyounoussi (45'), (DRC) Cedrick (71')
    Man of the Match: N/a
    Norway 2 – 3 DR Congo
    Goalscorers: (NOR) Berget (14'), (NOR) Elyounoussi (45'), (DRC) Bolasie (45'), (DRC) Kage (57', 62')
    Man of the Match: N/a
    Gabon – France
    France 2 – 1 Gabon
    Goalscorers: (GAB) Aubameyang (18'), (FRA) Lacazette (45', 74')
    Man of the Match: Lacazette
    Ghana 3 – 2 Czech Republic
    Goalscorers: (GHA) Boateng (19'), (CZE) Kadlec (22'), (CZE) Vydra (41'), (GHA)Atsu (74'), (GHA) Ayew (76')
    Man of the Match: Vydra
    Czech Republic 3 – 3 Ghana
    Goalscorers: (CZE) Kozal (25'), (CZE) Plasil (45'), (GHA) Boateng (45'), (CZE) Vydra (52'), (GHA) Ayew (82'), (GHA) Akaminko (90')
    Man of the Match: Kwarasey
    Guinea 1 – 2 Greece
    Goalscorers: (GRE) Kone (40'), (GRE) Salpingidis (45'), (GUI) Yattara (83')
    Man of the Match: (GUI) Zayatte
    Greece 3 – 1 Guinea
    Goalscorers: (GRE) Salpingidis (PK 11'), (GUI) Bangoura (24'), (GRE) Kone (30'), (GRE) Mitroglou (70')
    Man of the Match: (GRE) P. Kone
    Ivory Coast 2 – 1 Poland
    Goalscorers: (IVC) Romaric (45'), Bony (65'), (POL) Blaszcykowski (72')
    Man of the Match: Szczesny
    Poland 0 – 4 Ivory Coast
    Goalscorers: (IVC) Y. Toure (7', 68'), Doumbia (83'), Romaric (90')
    Man of the Match: Yaya Toure
    South Africa 0 – 1 Spain
    Goalscorers: (SPA) R.Castro (62')
    Man of the Match: Khune
    Spain 2 – 0 South Africa
    Goalscorers: (SPA) D.Costa (55'), (SPA) Rodrigo (63')
    Man of the Match: Rodrigo
    Serbia 2 – 4 Mali
    Goalscorers: (SER) Mitrovic, (SER) Djordjevic, (MAL) Maiga, (MAL) Dicko x2, (MAL) Dembele
    Mali 2 – 0 Serbia
    Goalscorers: (MAL) Sako x2
    Morocco – Slovenia
    Slovenia – Morocco
    Nigeria 1 – 4 Finland
    Goalscorers: Uche (31') - A.Eremenko (15'), T.Pukki (57', 77'), P.Hetemaj (90')
    Finland 5 – 0 Nigeria
    Goalscorers: A.Eremenko (38'), T.Pukki (48'), Taiwio OG (54'), J.Toivio(77'), T.Pukki(83')
    Senegal 3 – 2 Germany
    Goalscorers: (SEN) Ba (25', 43'), (GER) Reus (36', 44'), (SEN) Sow (45')
    Man of the Match: Ba
    Germany 1 - 0 Senegal
    Goalscorer: (GER) Reus (12')
    Man of the Match: Neuer
    Matchday #1 (7 April - 9 April)
    Ghana 1 - 2 Ivory Coast
    Goalscorers: (GHA) Boye (38'), (IVC) Drogba (22'), Doumbia (90')
    Man of the Match: Drogba
    Ivory Coast 3 - 2 Ghana
    Goalscorers: (IVC) Gervinho (49'), Romaric (61'), Bony (73'), (GHA) A. Ayew (73', 90')
    Man of the Match: Romaric
    Mali 4 - 1 South Africa
    Goalscorers: (MAL) M.Dembele (11'), (SAF) Khumalo (16'), (MAL) Kebe (76'), (MAL) Dicko (87')
    Man of the Match: Sako (MAL)
    South Africa 0 - 5 Mali
    Goalscorers: (MAL) Dicko (23'), (MAL) Sako (30' PEN), (MA) Dicko (40'), (MAL) Dicko (45'), (MAL) Dicko (50')
    Man of the Match: Dicko
    Nigeria 1 – 3 DR Congo
    Goalscorers: (DRC) Bolasie (8', 42'), (****) Lukimya OG (34'), (DRC) Kumbela (86')
    Man of the Match: Bolasie
    DR Congo 2 – 3 Nigeria
    Goalscorers: (DRC) Bolasie (35'), (****) Uche (65'), (****) Martins (73', 84') (DRC) Mbemba (90')
    Man of the Match: (****) Martins
    Gabon 0 - 3 Senegal
    Default Win
    Senegal 3 - 0 Gabon
    Default Win
    Morocco 3 - 0 Guinea
    Goalscorers: (MOR) Taarabt (45'), (MOR) El Kaddouri (50', 75')
    Man of the Match: N.Yattara
    Guinea 1 - 5 Morocco
    Goalscorers: (MOR) Boussoufa (7', 85', 90'), (MOR) El Zhar (23'), (GUI) M.Yattara (45'), (MOR) Taarabt (63')
    Man of the Match: El Zhar
    Cameroon 1 – 3 Algeria
    Goalscorers: (CAM) Eto'o (12'), (ALG) Brahimi (53', 84'), (ALG) Feghouli (73')
    Man of the Match: Brahimi
    Algeria 2 - 0 Cameroon
    Goalscorers: (ALG) Brahimi (64'), (ALG) Ghilas (88')
    Man of the Match: (ALG) Taider
    Matchday #2 (10 April - 12 April)
    Ghana 1 - 2 Mali
    Goalscorers: (MAL) Dicko (26'), (MAL) Maïga (49'), (GHA) Ayew (61')
    Man of the Match: (MAL) Samassa
    Mali 5 - 3 Ghana
    Goalscorers: (GHA) Ayew ('17, 37'), (MAL) Dembélé ('34, ('51), (MAL) Dicko (53'), (MAL) Keita (65'), (MAL) Kébé (73'), (GHA) Asamoah (75')
    Man of the Match: (MAL) Dicko
    South Africa 1 - 4 Nigeria
    Goalscorers: (****) Emineke, (****) Martins (x3), (SAF) Klate
    Man of the Match: Emineke
    Nigeria 2 - 1 South Africa
    Goalscorers: (****) Eminike, (****) Martins, (SAF) Mphela
    Man of the Match: Emineke
    DR Congo 0 – 3 Ivory Coast
    Goalscorers: (IVC) Doumbia x2, (IVC) Default Goalscorer
    Additional Info: Ivory Coast awarded 3 - 0 default win. Congo quit match after falling 2-1 behind
    Ivory Coast 3 – 1 DR Congo
    Goalscorers: (IVC) Yaya (22' Pen), (DRC) Bolasie (45'), (IVC) Gervinho (68'), (IVC) Doumbia (72')
    Man of the Match: Yaya Toure
    Cameroon 2 - 3 Morocco
    Goalscorers: (CAM) Choupo-Motting (12'), (MOR) Taarabt (24', 83' PK), (MOR) El Zhar (51'), (CAM) Aboubakar (83')
    Man of the Match: Taarabt
    Morocco 4 - 0 Cameroon
    Goalscorers: (MOR) Boussoufa (10', 66', 85'), (MOR) Chamakh (40' PK)
    Man of the Match: M.Boussoufa
    Gabon 0 - 3 Guinea
    3-0 Default Win
    Guinea 3 – 0 Gabon
    3-0 Default Win
    Algeria 0 – 1 Senegal
    Goalscorer: (SEN) Ba (90')
    Man of the Match: Diame
    Senegal 2 – 0 Algeria
    Goalscorers: (SEN) Sow (37'), (SEN) Ba (90')
    Man of the Match: Gueye
    Matchday #3 (13 April - 15 April)
    Ghana V - V South Africa
    Void result
    South Africa V - V Ghana
    Void result
    Ivory Coast 4 - 2 Nigeria
    Goalscorers: (IVC) Bony (18', 52'), (IVC) Doumbia (22', 75'), (****) Martins (55') (****) Emenike (64')
    Man of the Match: Bony
    Nigeria 0 – 3 Ivory Coast
    Goalscorers: (IVC) Bony (9'), (IVC) Doumbia (27', 60')
    Mali 3 – 0 DR Congo
    Default win
    DR Congo 0 – 3 Mali
    Default win
    Cameroon V - V Senegal
    Void Result. Both players failed to show
    Senegal V - V Cameroon
    Void Result. Both players failed to show
    Gabon 1 - 1 Morocco
    Goalscorers: (MOR) Amrabat (73'), (GAB) Kanga (75')
    Man of the Match: (GAB) D.Ovono-Ebang
    Morocco 1 – 0 Gabon
    Goalscorer: (MOR) Taarabt (90')
    Man of the Match: (MOR) Benatia
    Guinea 1 – 2 Algeria
    Goalscorers: - (ALG) Brahimi (44' PK), (ALG) Feghouli (67'), (GUI) Traore (86)
    Man of the Match: M'Bohli
    Algeria 3 – 0 Guinea
    Goalscorers: (ALG) Ghilas (15, 32), (ALG) Feghouli (52)
    Man of the Match: Ghilas
    Friendlies #2 (16 April - 18 April)
    Algeria – Japan
    Japan – Algeria
    Cameroon – Korea Republic
    Korea Republic – Cameroon
    DR Congo – New Zealand
    New Zealand – DR Congo
    Gabon – Saudi Arabia
    Saudi Arabia – Gabon
    Ghana – Saudi Arabia
    Saudi Arabia – Gabon
    Guinea – Costa Rica
    Costa Rica – Guinea
    Ivory Coast – Jamaica
    Jamaica – Ivory Coast
    Mali – Panama
    Panama – Mali
    Morocco 2 – 3 Mexico
    Goalscorers: (MOR) Amrabat (7'), (MEX) Vela (14', 88'), (MEX) Hernandez (27'), (MOR) Chamakh (64')
    Mexico 1 – 0 Morocco
    Goalscorer: (MEX) Vela (33')
    Nigeria – United States
    United States – Nigeria
    Senegal – South Africa
    South Africa – South Africa
    Matchday #4 (19 April - 21 April)
    Ghana 0 - 3 Nigeria
    Default Win
    Nigeria 3 - 0 Ghana
    Default Win
    Ivory Coast 1 - 4 Mali
    Goalscorers: (MAL) Dicko (11', 29', 31, 70'), (IVC) Doumbia (75')
    Man of the Match: Dicko
    Mali 4 – 0 Ivory Coast
    Goalscorers: (MAL) Dembele (58',90'), (MAL) Dicko (73', 85)
    DR Congo V – V South Africa
    Void Result
    South Africa V – V DR Congo
    Void Result
    Cameroon 3 - 0 Guinea
    Goalscorers: (CAM) Choupo-Moting (18', 72', 76')
    Man of the Match: Choupo-Moting
    Guinea 0 - 3 Cameroon
    Goalscorers: (CAM) Eto'o (24', 75', 90' PEN)
    Man of the Match: Eto'o
    Senegal 3 - 4 Morocco
    Goalscorers: (SEN) D.Ba (9', 51'), (MOR) A.Barrada (31'), Z.Labyad (48'), N.Amrabat (53'), (SEN) I.Gueye (65'), (MOR) Y.El Arabi (67')
    Man of the Match: (SEN) D.Ba
    Morocco 0 - 2 Senegal
    Goalscorers: (SEN) D.Ba (45', 89')
    Man of the Match: (SEN) D.Ba
    Algeria 0 – 1 Gabon
    No info given
    Gabon 1 – 0 Algeria
    No info given
    Matchday #5 (22 April - 24 April)
    Ivory Coast 3 - 0 South Africa
    Default Win
    South Africa 0 - 3 Ivory Coast
    Default Win
    Nigeria 0 - 3 Mali
    Default Win
    Mali 3 - 0 Nigeria
    Default Win
    Ghana V – V DR Congo
    Void Result
    DR Congo V - V Ghana
    Void Result
    Cameroon 6 - 3 Gabon
    Goalscorers: (CAM) Aboubakar (10', 38', 59'), (CAM) Matip (18'), (GAB) Aubameyang (26', 37'), (CAM) Eto'o (45', 90'), (GAB) Kanga (50')
    Gabon 1 - 6 Cameroon
    Goalscorers: (CAM) Aboubakar (5', 69', 89'), (GAB) Aubameyang (8'), (CAM) Choupo-Moting (18', 54'), (CAM) Eto'o (65')
    Senegal V - V Guinea
    Void Result
    Guinea V - V Senegal
    Void Result
    Morocco 0 – 2 Algeria
    Goalscorers: (ALG) Guedioura (20'), (ALG) Brahimi (90')
    Man of the Match: (ALG) Guedioura
    Algeria 2 – 0 Morocco
    Goalscorers: (ALG) Feghouli (12'), (ALG) Bentaleb (33')
    Man of the Match: (ALG) M'Bholi
    Play-off (25 April - 27 April)
    TBC - TBC

    Standings:

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    Topscorers:

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    Injuries:
    (GHA) (Kevin-Prince) Boateng
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    (GHA) (SAF) Serero
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    (SAF) Letsholonyane
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    (MAL) D.Diakite
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    (IVC) Romaric
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    (GAB) K.Kanga
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    (GAB) P.Aubameyang
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    (MOR) A.Taarabt
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    Suspensions:
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    The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) and the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) section of the FIFA World Cup qualification acts as qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup, to be held in England.

    All five teams will play in a league of home-and-away round-robin matches. The top four teams will qualify for the FIFA World Cup.

    Before we move on to the group tables, matches and the topscorers of this group, let's have a look at all the teams and the preview first:

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    World Cup 2015 AFC Section Preview. Written By Chow
    Just a couple of months after Australia’s triumph over South Korea in the Asia Cup, the two will do battle once more in their campaign to reach the Community Cup finals. While qualifying from the group seems like a formality (the top four out of five progress), this matchup presents a chance for revenge from South Korea’s perspective; and the Socceroos have never been one to back down from a challenge.

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    Tim Cahill’s (right) volley against the Dutch was nominated for the 2014 Puskas Goal of the Year.

    At the age of 36, many feel that this could be Tim Cahill’s last appearance at a major tournament, and the veteran will lead the line for his side in the hopes of unlikely glory. When you consider Australia have never made it past the R16 in a World Cup, the odds are certainly stacked against them.

    Korea have never managed to recapture the same form they found during their own tournament in 2002, and after disappointments in both the 2014 World Cup, and 2015 Asia Cup, they are in a transition phase. Thus, the Taeguk Warriors also go into the qualification stage with expectations to make the finals, but no more than that. Korea’s one bright spark may come from Heung Min Son - the Leverkusen man has found the net on 10 occasions in the Bundesliga this year, and is undoubtedly Korea’s main goal threat.

    While Japan lack squad depth, they arguably have the strongest starting eleven of the five nations in the group. Keisuke Honda, Shinji Kagawa and Makoto Hasebe all have experience at some of Europe’s top clubs, proving they have the quality to cause plenty of problems on the international stage...add to this Japan’s third all-time scorer, Shinji Okazaki, and Japan are not a team to take lightly. Defensively, Maya Yoshida is coming off the back of his best season yet for Southampton, as the English club ended the season with the best defensive record in the league. Keeping their key players fit will be Japan’s main concern.

    New Zealand and Saudi Arabia will likely be fighting over the fourth and final qualification spot, and while the Saudi team doesn’t include any recognisable names, West Ham’s Winston Reid and Ipswich’s Tommy Smith are part of the All Whites squad. That said, even with Saudi Arabia’s recent failings, they did qualify for four consecutive tournaments between 1994 and 2006...and despite a distinct lack of technical ability among their ranks, the physicality and pace of the Green Falcons may cause a few upsets. Look out for Taisir Al-Jassim, who’s considered one of Saudi Arabia’s most talented players over the past decade with his notable intelligence, vision and work ethic.

    The schedule of the competition is as follows.
    Friendlies #1 (4 April - 6 April)
    Australia – Canada
    Canada - Australia
    Japan 2 – 2 Belgium
    Goalscorers: (BEL) Kompany (8'), (JAP) Yoshida (21'), (BEL) Mirallas (36'), (JAP) Kagawa (50')
    Man of the Match: Yoshida
    Belgium 2 – 1 Japan
    Goalscorers: (BEL) Lukaku (8'), (JAP) Okazaki (18'), (BEL) Nainggolan (28')
    Man of the Match: Ki Seung Yung
    Korea Republic 1 – 1 Switzerland
    Goalscorers: (KOR) Yeom Ki Hun (9'), (SWI) Drmic (40')
    Man of the Match: Ki Seung Yung
    Switzerland 1 – 0 Korea Republic
    Goalscorers: (SWI) Barnetta (38')
    Man of the Match: Barnetta
    New Zealand – Denmark
    Denmark – New Zealand
    Saudi Arabia 6 – 3 Russia
    Goalscorers: (SAU) Al Jassim (12'), (SAU) Al Shamrani (19', 45', 53', 66'), (RUS) Kokorin (23', 78'), (SAU) Al Dossari (26'), (RUS) Dzagoev (45')
    Man of the Match: Al Shamrani
    Russia 3 – 4 Saudi Arabia
    Goalscorers: (SAU) Al Dossari (15'), (SAU) Al Shamrani (26', 90'), (RUS) Kokorin (45', 58'), (RUS) Dzyuba (45'), (SAU) Al Jassim (48')
    Man of the Match: Al Shamrani
    Matchday #1 (7 April - 9 April)
    Australia 2 - 3 Japan
    Goalscorers: (AUS) Cahill (52'), (AUS) Kruse (81') - (JAP) Kagawa (25'), (JAP) Honda (49'), (JAP) Kagawa (61')
    Man of the Match: Leckie
    Japan 2 - 1 Australia
    Goalscorers: (JAP) Okazaki (24'), (JAP) Honda (56') - (AUS) Jedinak (13')
    Man of the Match: Jedinak
    Korea Republic 2 - 1 New Zealand
    Goalscorers: (KOR) Wook (36'), (NWZ) Rojas (45'), (KOR) Wook (75')
    Man of the Match: Kim Shin Wook
    New Zealand 2 - 3 Korea Republic
    Goalscorers: (KOR) Son (5'), (KOR) Cheol (41'), (KOR) Wook (49'), (NWZ) Wood (75', 90')
    Man of the Match: Son
    Matchday #2 (10 April - 12 April)
    Australia 1 - 2 Korea Republic
    Goalscorers: (KOR) Wook (50'), (AUS) McKay (60'), (KOR) Ki (77')
    Man of the Match: Ki Seung Yeung
    Korea Republic 0 - 0 Australia
    Goalscorers: None.
    Man of the Match: ?
    New Zealand 0 - 1 Saudi Arabia
    Goalscorers: (SAU) N. Al Shamrani (10')
    Man of the Match: Nasser Al Shamrani
    Saudi Arabia 3 - 0 New Zealand
    Goalscorers: (SAU) S. Al Dossari (16'), N. Al Shamrani (57', 90')
    Man of the Match: Nasser Al Shamrani
    Matchday #3 (13 April - 15 April)
    Australia 5 - 1 New Zealand
    Goalscorers: AUS - Thompson (3'), Cahill (45', 54', 61'), Juric (90')
    NZ - Wood (40')
    Man of the Match: Cahill (AUS)
    New Zealand 1 - 4 Australia
    Goalscorers: AUS - Leckie (11'), Jedinak (PEN 28'), Cahill (40'), Rukavytsya (86')
    NZ - Wood (51')
    MOTM: Schwarzer (AUS)
    Japan 1-5 Saudi Arabia
    Goalscorers: (Yamada 57 - Al Shamrani 10, 63 Al Dossari 17, 87 Kariri 24)
    Man of the Match: ?
    Saudi Arabia 0-0 Japan
    Goalscorers: None
    Man of the Match: ?
    Friendlies #2 (16 April - 18 April)
    Australia – England
    England – Australia
    Canada – Gabon
    Gabon – Canada
    Japan – Algeria
    Algeria – Japan
    Korea Republic – Cameroon
    Cameroon – Korea Republic
    New Zealand – DR Congo
    DR Congo – New Zealand
    Saudi Arabia – Ghana
    Ghana – Saudi Arabia
    Matchday #4 (19 April - 21 April)
    Australia 1 - 1 Saudi Arabia
    Goalscorers: (SAU) T.Al Jassim, (AUS) M.Duke
    Man of the Match: ?
    Saudi Arabia 1 - 2 Australia
    Goalscorers: (SAU) Al Shamrani (8'), (AUS) Cahill (74', 84')
    Man of the Match: Cahill (AUS)
    Japan 1 - 1 Korea Republic
    Goalscorers: (JAP) Okazaki (38'), (KOR) Lee Keun Ho (62')
    Man of the Match: Ki Seung Yeung
    Korea Republic 0 - 1 Japan
    Goalscorers: (JAP) Kagawa (38')
    Man of the Match: Kawashima
    Matchday #5 (22 April - 24 April)
    Japan 0 - 0 New Zealand
    Man of the Match: Moss
    New Zealand 2 - 4 Japan
    Goalscorers: Wood 23, Rojas 77 - Kiyotake 36, Honda 45, Okazaki 56, 72
    Man of the Match: Okazaki
    Saudi Arabia 2 - 2 Korea Republic
    Goalscorers: (SAU) N. Al Shamrani, Al Jassim (Kor) Wook x 2
    Man of the Match: ?
    Korea Republic 1 - 1 Saudi Arabia
    Goalscorers: (Kor) H. Son (SAU) Al Jassim
    Man of the Match: ?

    Standings:

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    Topscorers:

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    Chris Wood (NWZ)
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    All scorers:
    Tim Cahill (AUS) - 7
    Nasser Al Shamrani (SAU) - 7

    Kim Shin Wook (KOR) - 6

    Chris Wood (NWZ) - 5

    Shinji Okazaki (JAP) - 4

    Salem Al Dossari (SAU) - 3
    Shinji Kagawa (JAP) - 3
    Taisir Al Jassim (SAU) - 3
    Keisuke Honda (JAP) - 3

    Mile Jedinak (AUS) - 2
    Heung Min Son (KOR) - 2
    Marco Rojas (NWZ) - 2

    Robbie Kruse (AUS) - 1
    Koo Ja Cheol (KOR) - 1
    Matt McKay (AUS) - 1
    Ki Sung Yueng (KOR) - 1
    Mathew Leckie (AUS) - 1
    Nikita Rukavytsya (AUS) - 1
    Archie Thompson (AUS) - 1
    Tomi Juric (AUS) - 1
    Hiroki Yamada (JAP) - 1
    Saud Kariri (SAU) - 1
    Lee Keun Ho (KOR) - 1
    Mitchell Duke (AUS) - 1
    Hiroshi Kiyotake (JAP) - 1

    Injuries:
    (JAP) H. Hosogai
    Injury.pngInjured for second Gameweek 1 match, first Gameweek 3 match.

    (AUS) T. Sainsbury
    Injury.pngInjured for Gameweek 2.

    (AUS) T. Cahill
    Injury.pngInjured for Gameweek 2.

    (AUS) M. Jedinak
    Injury.pngInjured for Gameweek 2.

    (KOR) Cheol
    Injury.pngInjured for Gameweek 2.

    (SAU) O. Al Muwallad
    Injury.pngInjured for second Gameweek 2 match, first Gameweek 3 match.

    (AUS) M. Leckie
    Injury.pngInjured for second Gameweek 3 match, first Gameweek 4 match.

    (NWZ) R. Thomas
    Injury.pngInjured for Gameweek 5.

    (JAP) K. Honda
    Injury.pngInjured for Gameweek 4.

    Suspensions:
    (NWZ) W. Reid
    Red_Card.pngSuspended for second Gameweek 3 match, first Gameweek 5 match.

    (JAP) M. Yoshida
    Red_Card.pngSuspended for second Gameweek 3 match, first Gameweek 4 match.

    ...
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  • Chow
    2525 posts Fans' Favourite
    edited May 2015
    The Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) section of the FIFA World Cup qualification acts as qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup, to be held in England.

    In the first round,

    The six teams will play home-and-away round-robin matches in one single group (often referred to as the ‘’Hexagonal’’). The top three teams will qualify for the FIFA World Cup, and the fourth-placed team will advance to the inter-confederation play-offs.

    Before we move on to the group tables, matches and the topscorers of this group, let's have a look at all the teams:

    can.pngcrc.pngjam.pngmex.pngpan.pngusa.png

    World Cup 2015 CONCACAF Section Preview. Written By Sokker
    A side I believe have a fantastic chance of qualifying is Mexico. With eleven (!) gold players and more than 150 silvers, they emerge as this group’s favourite.

    But it will be hard pressed to top the bracket with the United States strengthening in comparison to last year’s squad. Clint Dempsey being upgraded to four star skills and Lee Nguyen to a 75 make things even more interesting this year for the one who picks the Muricans.

    Costa Rica could pursue them closely, especially if Joel Campbell steps up. He has the technique, the strength and the burst of acceleration to destroy defenses. Let’s not forget Keylor Navas and Bryan Ruíz either.

    If you are up for a challenge, Jamaica or Canada might suit you more. Both nations don’t consist of a lot of gold players, but they’re certainly capable of qualifying with the likes of Atiba Hutchinson, Junior Hoilett, Olivier Occéan playing for Canada and Garath McCleary, Wes Morgan and the upgraded Rolando Aarons for Jamaica.

    The schedule of the competition is as follows.
    Friendlies #1 (4 April - 6 April)
    Canada – Australia
    Australia – Canada
    Costa Rica – Austria
    Austria 3 – 1 Costa Rica
    (AUT) Weimann ( - ), (CRC) Barrantes ( - ), (AUT) Hoffer ( - ), (AUT) Ritzmaier ( - )
    Man of the Match: Weimann
    Jamaica 0 – 3 Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Goalscorers: (BIH) I. Hajrovic (48'), (BIH) H, Medunjanin (56'), (BIH) V. Ibisevic (90')
    Man of the Match: D. Vrancic
    Bosnia and Herzegovina 3 – 0 Jamaica
    Goalscorers: (BIH) I. Hajrovic (28'), (BIH) S. Salihovic (59'), (BIH) E. Dzeko (70')
    Man of the Match: S. Salihovic
    Mexico 1 – 1 Republic of Ireland
    Goalscorers: (IRE) Hoolahan (23'), (MEX) Vela (57')
    Man of the Match: McCarthy
    Republic of Ireland 1 – 1 Mexico
    Goalscorers: (IRE) Gibson (45'), (MEX) Corona (58')
    Man of the Match: Gibson
    Panama – Northern Ireland
    Northern Ireland – Panama
    United States 3 – 0 FYR Macedonia
    Goalscorers: (USA) Zardes (13'), (USA) Dempsey (21'), (USA) Altidore (90')
    Man of the Match: Pacovski
    FYR Macedonia 0 – 3 United States
    Goalscorers: (USA) Nguyen (6', 79'), (USA) Zardes (32')
    Man of the Match: Nguyen
    Matchday #1 (7 April - 9 April)
    Canada 4 - 2 Costa Rica
    (CAN) Jackson (10', 90'), (CAN) Akindele (40'), (CRC) J. Ruiz (72'), (CAN) De Rosario (75'), (CRC) Campbell (90')
    Man of the Match: Jackson
    Costa Rica 2 - 3 Canada
    (CRC) Solorzano (16'), (CRC) Cunningham (19'), (CAN) Akindele (33', 39'), (CAN) Jackson (50')
    Man of the Match: Akindele
    Jamaica 0 - 1 Mexico
    Goalscorers: (MEX) Vela (65')
    Man of the Match: H. Herrera
    Mexico 2 - 1 Jamaica
    Goalscorers: (JAM) Brown (30'), (MEX) G. dos Santos (35', 38')
    Man of the Match: G. dos Santos
    United States 4 - 2 Panama
    Goalscorers: (USA) Donovan (6', 32'), (USA) Torres (75' og), (USA) Zardes (79'), (PAN) C. Rodriguez (86'), (PAN) Perez (90')
    Man of the Match: Donovan
    Panama 2 - 1 United States
    Goalscorers: (PAN) C. Rodriguez (21'), (USA) Nguyen (70'), (PAN) Perez (88')
    Man of the Match: -
    Matchday #2 (10 April - 12 April)
    Canada 4 - 0 Jamaica
    (CAN) De Rosario (23', 32', 90'), (CAN) Akindele (58')
    Man of the Match: De Rosario
    Jamaica 1 - 2 Canada
    (CAN) Akindele (38'), (CAN) Teibert (69'), (JAM) Brown (90')
    Man of the Match: -
    Mexico 1 - 2 United States
    Goalscorers: (MEX) G. dos Santos (58'), (USA) Zardes (71'), (USA) Hurtado (90')
    Man of the Match: Donovan
    United States 3 - 2 Mexico
    Goalscorers: (MEX) Pena (12'), (USA) Dempsey (51'), (USA) Nguyen (60', 81'), (MEX) Vela (76')
    Man of the Match: Nguyen
    Panama 2 - 2 Costa Rica
    Goalscorers: (PAN) Perez (13'), (PAN) Torres (44'), (CRC) Saborio (69', 81')
    Man of the Match: Penedo
    Costa Rica 1 - 3 Panama
    Goalscorers: (CRC) Campbell ( - ), (PAN) Torres (14', 83'), (PAN) Perez (49')
    Man of the Match: Perez
    Matchday #3 (13 April - 15 April)
    Canada 1 - 1 Mexico
    Goalscorers: (CAN) Jackson (6'), (MEX) Vela (16')
    Man of the Match: -
    Mexico 1 - 2 Canada
    Goalscorers: (MEX) Vela (6'), (CAN) Akindele (25'), (CAN) Jackson (90')
    Man of the Match: -
    Costa Rica 1 - 1 United States
    Goalscorers: (CRC) Barrantes (88'), (USA) Donovan (90')
    Man of the Match: Nguyen
    United States 1 - 1 Costa Rica
    Goalscorers: (USA) Zardes (13'), (CRC) Campbell (35')
    Man of the Match: Tejeda
    Jamaica 0 - 1 Panama
    Goalscorers: (PAN) C. Rodriguez (35')
    Man of the Match: Cooper
    Panama 1 - 0 Jamaica
    Goalscorers: (PAN) Perez (81')
    Man of the Match: Ricketts
    Friendlies #2 (16 April - 18 April)
    Canada – Gabon
    Gabon – Canada
    Costa Rica – Guinea
    Guinea – Costa Rica
    Jamaica – Ivory Coast
    Ivory Coast – Jamaica
    Mexico 1 – 0 Morocco
    Goalscorers: (MEX) Vela ( - )
    Man of the Match: -
    Morocco 2 – 3 Mexico
    Goalscorers: (MOR) Amrabat, (MOR) Chamakh, (MEX) Vela ( -, - ), (MEX) Hernandez ( - )
    Man of the Match: -
    Panama – Mali
    Mali – Panama
    United States – Nigeria
    Nigeria – United States
    Matchday #4 (19 April - 21 April)
    Canada 1 - 1 United States
    Goalscorers: (CAN) Johnson (22'), (USA) Zardes (48')
    Man of the Match: Ngyuen
    United States 3 - 2 Canada
    Goalscorers: (USA) Donovan ( - ), (USA) Opara ( - ), (USA) Dempsey ( - ), (CAN) Besler ( - og), (CAN) Jackson
    Costa Rica 1- 2 Jamaica
    Not available.
    Jamaica 3 - 3 Costa Rica
    Not available.
    Panama 0 - 2 Mexico
    Goalscorers: (MEX) Fabian ( - ), (MEX) Hernandez ( - )
    Man of the Match: -
    Mexico 4 - 0 Panama
    Goalscorers: (MEX) Fernandez ( - ), (MEX) Vela ( -, - ), (MEX) G. dos Santos ( - )
    Man of the Match: -
    Matchday #5 (22 April - 24 April)
    Costa Rica 0 - 0 Mexico
    Match abandoned.
    Mexico 0 - 0 Costa Rica
    Match abandoned.
    United States 0 - 0 Jamaica
    Match abandoned.
    Jamaica 0 - 0 United States
    Match abandoned.
    Panama 2 - 1 Canada
    Goalscorers: (PAN) Torres (56'), (CAN) Akindele (85'), (PAN) Perez (90')
    Man of the Match: Torres
    Canada 2 - 0 Panama
    Goalscorers: (CAN) Akindele ( - ), (CAN) Jackson ( - )
    Man of the Match: Akindele
    Inter-confederation play-off (1 May - 3 May)
    Uruguay N - N Mexico
    .
    Mexico N - N Uruguay
    .

    Standings:

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    Topscorers:

    (CAN) Akindele
    Ball.png___8

    (CAN) Jackson
    Ball.png___7

    (MEX) Vela, (PAN) Perez
    Ball.png___6

    Other Scorers:
    (CAN) De Rosario, (MEX) G. dos Santos, (PAN) Torres, (USA) Donovan, (USA) Zardes
    Ball.png___4

    (CRC) Campbell, (PAN) C. Rodriguez, (USA) Nguyen
    Ball.png___3

    (CRC) Saborio, (JAM) Brown, (MEX) Hernandez, (USA) Dempsey
    Ball.png___2

    (CAN) Johnson, (CAN) Teibert, (CRC) Barrantes, (CRC) Cunningham, (CRC) J. Ruiz, (CRC) Solorzano, (MEX) Fabian, (MEX) Fernandez, (MEX) Pena, (USA) Altidore, (USA) Hurtado, (USA) Opara
    Ball.png___1

    Injuries:
    (JAM) Williamson
    Injury.pngInjured for second Gameweek 1 match, first Gameweek 2 match.

    (CAN) Jackson
    Injury.pngInjured for Gameweek 2.

    (CAN)Hutchinson, (CAN) De Rosario
    Injury.pngInjured for Gameweek 3.

    (CRC) Borges, (CRC) Saborio
    Injury.pngInjured for Gameweek 3.

    (MEX) Herrera
    Injury.pngInjured for Gameweek 3.

    (JAM) Mariappa
    Injury.pngInjured for Gameweek 4.

    (MEX) J. dos Santos, (MEX) Moreno
    Injury.pngInjured for Gameweek 4.

    (MEX) G. dos Santos
    Injury.pngInjured for second Gameweek 4 match, first Gameweek 5 match.

    (CAN) Hutchinson
    Injury.pngInjured for second Gameweek 4 match, first Gameweek 5 match.

    (CAN) De Rosario
    Injury.pngInjured for Gameweek 5.

    (MEX) Vela
    Injury.pngInjured for Gameweek 5.


    Suspensions:
    Player 1
    Red_Card.pngSuspended for gameweek ...

    ...
    Post edited by Chow on
  • Thatoe
    425 posts Sunday League Hero
    edited April 2015
    - Your console ID/GT: ykyaw
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  • JayyThunder
    4460 posts Big Money Move
    edited April 2015
    Gt JayyThunder
    I read everything - stream probably
    Ivory Coast
  • Aarong222
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    edited April 2015
    - Your console ID/GT: Aarong222
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    #DzekoIn
  • Mark
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  • Martijnenbrecht
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    edited April 2015
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    Can post anything you like
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    Edit: Oh yeah and i read the rules
  • Nate
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  • Bidwell
    8359 posts League Winner
    Gt JayyThunder
    I read everything - stream probably
    Ivory Coast


    Not Ghana?
  • Ravz9
    25767 posts Player of the Year
    NOOOOO I WANTED COLOMBIA SO BADLY :(
    put me down as then as a reserve pls
    anyway I'll have Germany in that case
  • Bidwell
    8359 posts League Winner
    Nate wrote: »
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    You cant reserve 2 teams ffs
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  • Nate
    2152 posts Fans' Favourite
    Bidwell wrote: »
    Nate wrote: »
    - Your console ID/GT: Nate_M8_29
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    - Nation: Brazil most likely, maybe Argentina.

    You cant reserve 2 teams ffs

    huehuehue well just seen someone edited to Argentina so Brazil it is for me!
  • Ravz9
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  • Sokker14
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    I can't update the OP now, but I'll take care of it in half an hour.
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  • Aarong222
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    Ravz9 wrote: »
    NOOOOO I WANTED COLOMBIA SO BADLY :(
    put me down as then as a reserve pls
    anyway I'll have Germany in that case


    Sorry dude, was the best team of which I could afford
  • Bob Loblaw
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    edited April 2015
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  • Chow
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    Permission granted by Sokker to reserve for someone else.

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  • JayyThunder
    4460 posts Big Money Move
    Bidwell wrote: »
    Gt JayyThunder
    I read everything - stream probably
    Ivory Coast


    Not Ghana?

    As much as I love Ghana..Ivory Coast is a more complete team in FUT. And I want to win. And plus...what's Ghana without Gyan? That's like Ivory Coast without Yaya

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