World Cup Qualifier

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Mexico–United States Football Rivalry - Games
1954 FIFA World Cup qualifier Mexico 4–0 Jan. 1954 FIFA World Cup qualifier Mexico 3–1 Apr 7, 1957 Estadio de los Deportes, Mexico City, D.F. 1958 FIFA World Cup qualifier Mexico 6–0 Apr 28, 1957 Los Angeles, California 1958 FIFA World Cup qualifier Mexico 7–2 Nov 6, 1960 Los Angeles, California 1962 FIFA World Cup ...
Hiroshi Kiyotake - Career Statistics - International
... June Saitama Stadium 2002, Saitama Oman 3–0 0 2014 World Cup qualifier 12 June Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane Australia 1–1 0 2014 World Cup qualifier 6 September Tohoku Electric ...
Carlo Costly - International Career - International Goals
... United States Panama 2 – 2 ... – 2007 ... CONCACAF Gold Cup 3 June 10, 2007 Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, United States Mexico 1 – 2 ... – 1 2007 ... Metropolitano, San Pedro Sula, Honduras Canada 3 – 8 ... – 2014 ... World Cup qualifier 23 October 16, 2012 Estadio Olímpico Metropolitano, San Pedro Sula ...
List Of England National Football Team Hat-tricks - Hat-tricks For England
... JackieJackie Milburn Wales !Wales Ninian Park, Cardiff 1950 FIFA World Cup qualifier 1950 British Home Championship 04 ! 4–1 01949-11-1616 November 4 ... Rowley ... Germany ! West Germany Wembley Stadium, London 1966 FIFA World Cup Final 04 ! 4–2 01969-03-1212 March 3 ... Hurst, GeoffGeoff Hurst France ! France Wembley Stadium ...
South Korea National Football Team Results – 2000s - 2009
11, 2009 Iran D 1 - 1 Tehran, Iran 2010 World Cup Qualifier March 28, 2009 Iraq W 2 - 1 Suwon, South Korea Friendly match April 1, 2009 North Korea W 1 - 0 Seoul, South Korea 2010 World ...

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