Friday, 13 September 2013

Games of the Week - 6-10 Sept - International Special

Macedonia 2-1 Scotland

Phillip Arena II, Attendance 16000

Goals from Ikechi Anya and a wonder last minute free kick from Shaun Maloney was enough for Scotland to beat a Macedonia team that scored the equaliser from Kostovski four minutes from time.

MoTM: Ikechi Anya

Luxembourg 3-2 Northern Ireland

Josey Barthel Stadium, Attendance 1114

Martin Paterson took the lead after 14 minutes. Joachim equalized right on half time. Stefano Bensi took the lead 12 minutes from Full time before Gareth McAuley made it 2-2 with 8 minutes to go. With both teams pushing for a win Luxembourg broke and Janisch scored the winner with 3 minutes to go.

MoTM: Mathias Janisch

Northern Ireland 2-4 Portugal

Windsor Park, Attendance 12001

Dani Alves took the lead after 20 minutes before McAuley scored 15 minutes later before Postiga was sent off for violent conduct. Jamie Ward scored for N. Ireland after 52 minutes before two Northern Ireland players were sent-off (Lafferty and Brunt) and Ronald scored a hat-trick.

MoTM: Cristano Ronaldo

Belarus 2-4 France

Dinamo Stadium, Attendance 12203

Flipenko scored after 32 minutes before Ribery scored a penalty after 47 minutes. Kalachev retook the Belo-Russian lead, 5 minutes later. Then Ribery scored after 64 minutes before Nasri made it 3-1 and Pogba sealed the deal for the French after 74 minutes.

MoTM: Frank Ribery
Video: dodosuratmo

Switzerland 4-4 Iceland

Stade de Suisse, Attendance 26000

Gudmundsson opened the scoring after 3 minutes before Liechtenstiener scored an equalizer 10 minutes later. Schwar and Leichtenstiener scored for the Swiss to make it 3-1. A Dzemile Penalty after 54 minutes made it 4-1 before Sigthorsson scored a minute later followed ten minutes later by Gudmundsson second. Iceland were rewarded for their comeback in added time by  Gudmundsson completing his Hat-trick.

MoTM: Gudmundsson Video: Krokomime

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