Scotland U21 v Northern Ireland U21 (1-3)

November 17, 2008

Super result for the irish as they beat scotland away 3-1 .

Two goals on the break by Josh McQuoid put Northern Ireland on their way to victory after the Scots had taken a third-minute lead through Jamie Murphy.

Scotland captain Paul Caddis created the opener for Murphy to find the net, but the home defence was ripped open by the pace of Bournemouth’s McQuoid.

He lobbed Alan Martin for the equaliser and on 26 minutes dinked the ball over sub keeper Scott Gallacher to score.

Andrew Little lashed home from close range for Northern Ireland’s third.

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England U21 V Czech Rep U21 (2-0)

November 17, 2008

England get a great win over Czech Rep 2-0 full report and goals to come  England’s Under-21s win AGAIN, their 28th consecutive match without defeat, a quite remarkable run.

The Three Lions secured their place at the tournament in Sweden after they overcame Wales 5-4 on aggregate in a play-off tie last month.

The home side drew first blood when the visiting defence failed to deal with an aerial ball, which allowed Campbell to sneak in on the right and finish well from an acute angle.

Vaughan should have doubled the lead eight minutes later but he somehow sent the ball over the bar from six yards after great interplay with Campbell.

Aston Villa midfielder Gardner was also guilty of a glaring miss when, two minutes before the break, he poked the ball wide from close range after Campbell again tore the Czech defence apart with his pace.

After half-time England turned the heat up even more, and it was not long before they put the result beyond their guests, who were technically sound but had no cutting edge.

Gardner was cynically tugged down by Michal Svec on the edge of the box and he dusted himself down to drill a low free-kick past the surprised Divis into the bottom left corner.Within seconds from the restart England had a golden opportunity to make it 3-0. Jamie O’Hara made a run from left-back and put a far-post ball to Campbell, who drew a needless foul from Jakub Heidenreich.

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Hull City 2 v Manchester City 2

November 16, 2008

Two Stephen Ireland goals were not enough to earn Manchester City a win at Hull City as the sides drew 2-2 in the Premier League.Both teams picked up a first point in four games after an eventful clash.

Tal Ben-Haim’s woeful back pass handed Daniel Cousin the Tigers’ opener but Stephen Ireland equalised after an equally bad Kamil Zayatte error

Ireland superbly curled the visitors in front but Geovanni’s deflected free-kick levelled matters and Boaz Myhill denied Darius Vassell before Micah Richards twice went close

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Everton 1 Middlesbrough 1

November 16, 2008

Gary O’Neil’s early strike put the visitors ahead, before Yakubu’s second half header gave Everton a share of the points.In the eighth minute Middlesbrough broke forward following an Everton corner and Stewart Downing‘s neat reverse pass found O’Neil – playing in place of the unwell Jeremie Aliadiere – on acres of space on the right, with enough time to take a touch and slot a clinical finish past goalkeeper Tim Howard that went in off the near post.

Everton’s performance for much of the match was characterised by their inability to use set piece situations, but when Mikel Arteta‘s whipped a 65th-minute free-kick following a foul by Didier Digard, Yakubu steered the ball past Ross Turnbull with the back of his head to equalise with only his fourth league goal of the season.                         

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