2010 FIFA World Cup Qualification (AFC) - First Round

First Round

The official draw took place on 6 August 2007 at the AFC House in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Teams from Pot A were randomly paired with a team from Pot B.

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Pakistan 0–7 Iraq 0–7 0–01
Uzbekistan 11–0 Chinese Taipei 9–0 2–0
Thailand 13–2 Macau 6–1 7–1
Sri Lanka 0–6 Qatar 0–1 0–5
China PR 11–0 Myanmar 7–0 4–04
Bhutan w/o2 Kuwait
Kyrgyzstan 2–2
(5–6 pens)
Jordan 2–0 0–2 (aet)
Vietnam 0–6 United Arab Emirates 0–1 0–5
Bahrain 4–1 Malaysia 4–1 0–0
Timor-Leste 3–11 Hong Kong 2–35 1–8
Syria 5–1 Afghanistan 3–0 2–11
Yemen 3–2 Maldives 3–0 0–2
Bangladesh 1–6 Tajikistan 1–1 0–5
Mongolia 2–9 North Korea 1–4 1–5
Oman 4–0 Nepal 2–0 2–0
Palestine 0–7 Singapore 0–41 0–36
Lebanon 6–3 India 4–1 2–2
Cambodia 1–5 Turkmenistan 0–1 1–4
Guam w/o3 Indonesia
  1. ^ For security reasons, Iraq played their home leg in Syria, Palestine played their home leg in Qatar and Afghanistan played their home leg in Tajikistan.
  2. ^ Bhutan withdrew.
  3. ^ Guam withdrew.
  4. ^ FIFA decided to move Myanmar home match to Malaysia.
  5. ^ Timor-Leste elected to play their home leg in Indonesia.
  6. ^ Palestine failed to appear; Singapore was awarded a 3–0 win. The Palestine Football Federation appealed to have the match rescheduled on the grounds that its players did not receive permits to leave the Gaza Strip, but FIFA dismissed the appeal.

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