viernes, 5 de septiembre de 2014

MUNDIAL 2006 * PARTE 2



HISTORIA DE LOS MUNDIALES DE FÚTBOL
MUNDIAL 2006 -
WORLD CUP 2006 –
PARTE 2
COPA DO MUNDO 2006


DESARROLLO DEL MUNDIAL

PRIMERA FASE

Group A

[Jun 9]

In Munich (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
Germany 4 (Philipp Lahm 6, Miroslav Klose 17, 61, Torsten Frings 87)
Costa Rica 2 (Paulo Wanchope 12, 73)
HT: 2-1. Att: 64,950. Ref: Horacio Elizondo (Argentina).
GER: 1-Jens Lehmann; 3-Arne Friedrich, 21-Christoph Metzelder, 17-Per
     Mertesacker, 16-Philipp Lahm; 19-Bernd Schneider © (22-David
     Odonkor 90+1), 8-Torsten Frings, 18-Tim Borowski (5-Sebastian Kehl
     72), 7-Bastian Schweinsteiger; 11-Miroslav Klose (10-Oliver
     Neuville 79), 20-Lukas Podolski.
CRC: 18-Jose Francisco Porras; 4-Michael Umana, 20-Douglas Sequeira,
     3-Luis Marin ©; 5-Gilberto Martinez (2-Jervis Drummond 67),
     6-Danny Fonseca, 8-Mauricio Solis (7-Christian Bolanos 78),
     12-Leonardo Gonzales; 10-Walter Centeno, 9-Paulo Wanchope,
     11-Ronald Gomez (14-Randall Azofeifa 90+1).
Booked: CRC - Fonseca 30.
Man-of-the-Match: Miroslav Klose (Germany).

In Gelsenkirchen (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
Poland 0
Ecuador 2 (Carlos Tenorio 24, Agustin Delgado 80)
HT: 0-1. Att: 48,426. Ref: Toru Kamikawa (Japan).
POL: 1-Artur Boruc; 4-Marcin Baszczynski, 6-Jacek Bak ©, 2-Mariusz Jop,
     14-Michal Zewlakow; 10-Miroslaw Szymkowiak, 16-Arkadiusz Radomski,
     7-Radoslaw Sobolewski (21-Ireneusz Jelen 68), 8-Jacek Krzynowek
     (5-Kamil Kosowski 78); 15-Euzebiusz Smolarek, 9-Maciej Zurawski
     (23-Pawel Brozek 84).
ECU: 12-Christian Mora; 4-Ulises de la Cruz, 3-Ivan Hurtado © (2-Jorge
     Guagua 69), 17-Giovanny Espinoza, 18-Neicer Reasco; 8-Edison
     Mendez, 14-Segundo Castillo, 20-Edwin Tenorio, 16-Luis Antonio
     Valencia; 11-Agustin Delgado (6-Patricio Urrutia 83), 21-Carlos
     Tenorio (10-Ivan Kaviedes 65).
Booked: POL - Smolarek 36.
        ECU - Hurtado 31, Mendez 70.
Man-of-the-Match: Agustin Delgado (Ecuador).

[Jun 14]

In Dortmund (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
Germany 1 (Oliver Neuville 90+1)
Poland 0
HT: 0-0. Att: 65,000. Ref: Luis Medina Cantalejo (Spain).
GER: 1-Jens Lehmann; 3-Arne Friedrich (22-David Odonkor 63),
     21-Christoph Metzelder, 17-Per Mertesacker, 16-Philipp Lahm;
     19-Bernd Schneider, 8-Torsten Frings, 13-Michael Ballack ©,
     7-Bastian Schweinsteiger (18-Tim Borowski 77); 20-Lukas Podolski
     (10-Oliver Neuville 71), 11-Miroslav Klose.
POL: 1-Artur Boruc; 4-Marcin Baszczynski, 6-Jacek Bak ©, 19-Bartosz
     Bosacki, 14-Michal Zewlakow (17-Dariusz Dudka 83); 8-Jacek
     Krzynowek (18-Mariusz Lewandowski 77), 16-Arkadiusz Radomski,
     7-Radoslaw Sobolewski, 21-Ireneusz Jelen (23-Pawel Brozek 90+1),
     9-Maciej Zurawski; 15-Euzebiusz Smolarek.
Booked: GER - Ballack 58, Odonkor 68, Metzelder 70.
        POL - Krzynowek 3, Sobolewski 28, 75, Boruc 89.
Sent off: POL - Sobolewski 75.
Man-of-the-Match: Philipp Lahm (Germany).

In Hamburg (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
Ecuador 3 (Carlos Tenorio 8, Agustin Delgado 54, Ivan Kaviedes 90+2)
Costa Rica 0
HT: 1-0. Att: 50,000. Ref: Coffi Codjia (Benin).
ECU: 12-Cristian Mora; 4-Ulises de la Cruz, 3-Ivan Hurtado ©,
     17-Giovanny Espinoza (2-Jorge Guaga 68), 18-Neicer Reasco;
     8-Edison Mendez, 20-Edwin Tenorio, 14-Segundo Castillo, 16-Luis
     Antonio Valencia (6-Patrico Urrutia 69); 11-Agustin Delgado,
     21-Carlos Tenorio (10-Ivan Kaviedes 46).
CRC: 18-Jose Francisco Porras; 3-Luis Marin ©, 4-Michael Umana,
     15-Harold Wallace; 12-Leonardo Gonzalez (16-Carlos Hernandez 56),
     8-Mauricio Solis, 10-Walter Centeno (13-Kurt Bernard 84),
     20-Douglas Sequeira, 6-Danny Fonseca (19-Alvaro Saborio 29);
     11-Ronald Gomez, 9-Paulo Wanchope.
Booked: ECU - Castillo 44, De la Cruz 54, Mora 60.
        CRC - Marin 10, Solis 28.
Man-of-the-Match: Agustin Delgado (Ecuador).

[Jun 20]

In Berlin (Olympiastadion)
Ecuador 0
Germany 3 (Miroslav Klose 4, 44, Lukas Podolski 57)
HT: 0-2. Att: 72,000. Ref: Valentin Ivanov (Russia).
ECU: 12-Cristian Mora; 4-Ulises de la Cruz, 2-Jorge Guagua, 17-Giovanny
     Espinoza, 13-Paul Ambrossi; 8-Edison Mendez, 20-Edwin Tenorio,
     15-Marlon Ayovi © (6-Patrico Urrutia 68), 16-Luis Antonio Valencia
     (7-Cristian Lara 63); 9-Felix Borja (23-Cristian Benitez 46),
     10-Ivan Kaviedes.
GER: 1-Jens Lehmann; 3-Arne Friedrich, 4-Robert Huth, 17-Per
     Mertesacker, 16-Philipp Lahm; 19-Bernd Schneider (14-Gerald
     Asamoah 73), 8-Torsten Frings (18-Tim Borowski 66), 13-Michael
     Ballack ©, 7-Bastian Schweinsteiger; 20-Lukas Podolski,
     11-Miroslav Klose (10-Oliver Neuville 66).
Booked: ECU - Valencia 52.
        GER - Borowski 75.
Man-of-the-Match: Michael Ballack (Germany).

In Hanover (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
Costa Rica 1 (Ronald Gomez 24)
Poland 2 (Bartosz Bosacki 33, 66)
HT: 1-1. Att: 43,000. Ref: Shamsul Maidin (Singapore).
CRC: 18-Jose Francisco Porras; 2-Jervis Drummond (15-Harold Wallace
     70), 3-Luis Marin ©, 4-Michael Umana; 12-Leonardo Gonzalez,
     8-Mauricio Solis, 10-Walter Centeno, 7-Christian Bolanos
     (19-Alvaro Saborio 78), 17-Gabriel Badilla; 11-Ronald Gomez
     (16-Carlos Hernandez 82), 9-Paulo Wanchope.
POL: 1-Artur Boruc; 4-Marcin Baszczynski, 6-Jacek Bak ©, 19-Bartosz
     Bosacki, 14-Michal Zewlakow; 8-Jacek Krzynowek, 16-Arkadiusz
     Radomski (18-Mariusz Lewandowski 64), 10-Miroslaw Szymkowiak,
     15-Euzebiusz Smolarek (11-Grzegorz Rasiak 85); 21-Ireneusz Jelen,
     9-Maciej Zurawski (23-Pawel Brozek 46).
Booked: CRC - Umana 17, Marin 45+2, Gomez 45+3, Badilla 56, Gonzalez 76.
        POL - Radomski 18, Bak 24, Zewlakow 29, Baszczynski 60, Boruc
              90.
Man-of-the-Match: Bartosz Bosacki (Poland).

     Standings            P   W   D   L   F   A  Pts
     1.GERMANY            3   3   0   0   8   2   9
     2.ECUADOR            3   2   0   1   5   3   6
     3.Poland             3   1   0   2   2   4   3
     4.Costa Rica         3   0   0   3   3   9   0

Group B

[Jun 10]

In Dortmund (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
Trinidad & Tobago 0
Sweden 0
Att: 62,959. Ref: Shamsul Maidin (Singapore).
TRI: 1-Shaka Hislop; 8-Cyd Gray, 6-Dennis Lawrence, 5-Brent Sancho,
     3-Avery John; 11-Carlos Edwards, 12-Collin Samuel (13-Cornell Glen
     52), 7-Christopher Birchall, 19-Dwight Yorke ©, 18-Densill
     Theobald (9-Aurtis Whitley 66); 14-Stern John.
SWE: 23-Rami Shaaban; 7-Niclas Alexandersson, 3-Olof Mellberg ©,
     4-Teddy Lucic, 5-Erik Edman; 21-Christian Wilhelmsson (18-Mattias
     Jonson 78), 6-Tobias Linderoth (16-Kim Kallstroem 78), 8-Anders
     Svensson (20-Marcus Allbaeck 62), 9-Fredrik Ljungberg; 11-Henrik
     Larsson, 10-Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Booked: TRI - A John 15, Yorke 74.
        SWE - Larsson 90.
Sent off: TRI - A John 46.
Man-of-the-Match: Dwight Yorke (Trinidad & Tobago).

In Frankfurt (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
England 1 (Carlos Gamarra og 3)
Paraguay 0
HT: 1-0. Att: 48,000. Ref: Marco Rodriguez (Mexico).
ENG: 1-Paul Robinson; 2-Gary Neville, 5-Rio Ferdinand, 6-John Terry,
     3-Ashley Cole; 7-David Beckham ©, 4-Steven Gerrard, 8-Frank
     Lampard, 11-Joe Cole (16-Owen Hargreaves 83); 10-Michael Owen
     (20-Stewart Downing 56), 21-Peter Crouch.
PAR: 1-Justo Villar (22-Aldo Bobadilla 8); 6-Carlos Bonet (23-Nelson
     Cuevas 68), 5-Julio Cesar Caceres, 4-Carlos Gamarra ©, 3-Delio
     Toledo (2-Jorge Nunez 82); 21-Denis Caniza, 10-Roberto Acuna,
     13-Carlos Paredes, 16-Cristian Riveros; 9-Roque Santa Cruz,
     18-Nelson Valdez.
Booked: ENG - Gerrard 19, Crouch 63.
        PAR - Valdez 22.
Man-of-the-Match: Frank Lampard (England).

[Jun 15]

In Nuremberg (Franken-Stadion)
England 2 (Peter Crouch 83, Steven Gerrard 90+1)
Trinidad & Tobago 0
HT: 0-0. Att: 41,000. Ref: Toru Kamikawa (Japan).
ENG: 1-Paul Robinson; 15-Jamie Carragher (19-Aaron Lennon 58), 5-Rio
     Ferdinand, 6-John Terry, 3-Ashley Cole; 7-David Beckham ©, 8-Frank
     Lampard, 4-Steven Gerrard, 11-Joe Cole (20 Stewart Downing 75);
     10-Michael Owen (9-Wayne Rooney 58), 21-Peter Crouch.
TRI: 1-Shaka Hislop; 6-Dennis Lawrence, 5-Brent Sancho, 8-Cyd Gray,
     11-Carlos Edwards; 9-Aurtis Whitley, 7-Chris Birchall, 18-Densill
     Theobald (16-Evans Wise 85), 15-Kenwyne Jones (13-Cornell Glen
     70); 14-Stern John, 19-Dwight Yorke ©.
Booked: ENG - Lampard 64.
        TRI - Theobald 18, Whitley 19, Jones 45, Hislop 47, Gray 56.
Man-of-the-Match: David Beckham (England).

In Berlin (Olympiastadion)
Sweden 1 (Freddie Ljungberg 89)
Paraguay 0
HT: 0-0. Att: 72,000. Ref: Lubos Michel (Slovakia).
SWE: 1-Andreas Isaksson; 3-Olof Mellberg ©, 4-Teddy Lucic, 5-Erik
     Edman; 6-Tobias Linderoth, 7-Niclas Alexandersson, 9-Fredrik
     Ljungberg, 21-Christian Wilhelmsson (18-Mattias Jonson 68), 16-Kim
     Kallstrom (17-Johan Elmander 86); 10-Zlatan Ibrahimovic (20-Marcus
     Allback 46), 11-Henrik Larsson.
PAR: 22-Aldo Bobadilla; 21-Denis Caniza, 5-Julio Cesar Caceres,
     4-Carlos Gamarra ©, 2-Jorge Nunez; 6-Carlos Bonet (8-Edgar Barreto
     81), 10-Roberto Acuna, 13-Carlos Paredes, 16-Cristian Riveros
     (19-Julio Dos Santos 62); 9-Roque Santa Cruz (20-Dante Lopez 65),
     18-Nelson Haedo Valdez.
Booked: SWE - Linderoth 14, Lucic 48, Allback 60.
        PAR - Caniza 3, Acuna 51, Nunez 54, Paredes 73, Barreto 85.
Man-of-the-Match: Fredrik Ljungberg (Sweden).

[Jun 20]

In Cologne (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
Sweden 2 (Marcus Allback 51, Henrik Larsson 90)
England 2 (Joe Cole 34, Steven Gerrard 85)
HT: 0-1. Att: 45,000. Ref: Massimo Busacca (Switzerland).
SWE: 1-Andreas Isaksson; 3-Olof Mellberg ©, 4-Teddy Lucic, 5-Erik
     Edman, 7-Niclas Alexandersson; 18-Mattias Jonson (21-Christian
     Wilhelmsson 54), 6-Tobias Linderoth (19-Daniel Andersson 90),
     16-Kim Kallstrom, 9-Fredrik Ljungberg; 20-Marcus Allback (17-Johan
     Elmander 74), 11-Henrik Larsson.
ENG: 1-Paul Robinson; 15-Jamie Carragher, 5-Rio Ferdinand (12-Sol
     Campbell 56), 6-John Terry, 3-Ashley Cole; 7-David Beckham ©,
     8-Frank Lampard, 16-Owen Hargreaves, 11-Joe Cole; 10-Michael Owen
     (21-Peter Crouch 4), 9-Wayne Rooney (4-Steven Gerrard 69).
Booked: SWE - Alexandersson 83, Ljungberg 87.
        ENG - Hargreaves 76.
Man-of-the-Match: Joe Cole (England).

In Kaiserslautern (Fritz-Walter-Stadion)
Paraguay 2 (Brent Sancho og 25, Nelson Cuevas 86)
Trinidad & Tobago 0
HT: 1-0. Att: 46,000. Ref: Roberto Rosetti (Italy).
PAR: 22-Aldo Bobadilla; 21-Denis Caniza (14-Paulo Da Silva 89), 5-Julio
     Cesar Caceres (15-Julio Manzur 78), 4-Carlos Gamarra ©, 2-Jorge
     Nunez; 10-Roberto Acuna, 8-Edgar Barreto, 13-Carlos Paredes,
     19-Julio Dos Santos; 9-Roque Santa Cruz, 18-Nelson Haedo Valdez
     (23-Nelson Cuevas 67).
TRI: 21-Kelvin Jack; 6-Dennis Lawrence, 5-Brent Sancho, 3-Avery John
     (15-Kenwyne Jones 31); 11-Carlos Edwards, 9-Aurtis Whitley
     (10-Russell Latapy 67), 7-Chris Birchall, 18-Densill Theobald,
     19-Dwight Yorke ©; 14-Stern John, 13-Cornell Glen (16-Evans Wise
     41).
Booked: PAR - Paredes 30, dos Santos 55.
        TRI - Sancho 45, Whitley 49.
Man-of-the-Match: Julio Dos Santos (Paraguay).

     Standings            P   W   D   L   F   A  Pts
     1.ENGLAND            3   2   1   0   5   2   7
     2.SWEDEN             3   1   2   0   3   2   5
     3.Paraguay           3   1   0   2   2   2   3
     4.Trinidad & Tobago  3   0   1   2   0   4   1

Group C

[Jun 10]

In Hamburg (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
Argentina 2 (Hernan Crespo 24, Javier Saviola 38)
Ivory Coast 1 (Didier Drogba 82)
HT: 2-0. Att: 49,480. Ref: Frank De Bleeckere (Belgium).
ARG: 1-Roberto Abbondanzieri; 21-Nicolas Burdisso, 2-Roberto Ayala,
     6-Gabriel Heinze, 3-Juan Pablo Sorin ©; 18-Maxi Rodriguez,
     8-Javier Mascherano, 5-Esteban Cambiasso; 10-Juan Roman Riquelme
     (16-Pablo Aimar 90+3); 7-Javier Saviola (22-Luis Gonzalez 75),
     9-Hernan Crespo (14-Rodrigo Palacio 64).
CIV: 1-Jean-Jacques Tizie; 21-Emmanuel Eboue, 4-Kolo Toure,
     12-Abdoulaye Meite, 3-Arthur Boka; 19-Yaya Toure, 18-Abdul Kader
     Keita (9-Arouna Kone 77), 8-Bonaventure Kalou (15-Aruna Dindane
     55), 5-Didier Zokora, 2-Kanga Akale (14-Bakary Kone 62); 11-Didier
     Drogba ©.
Booked: ARG - Saviola 41, Heinze 49, Gonzalez 81.
        CIV - Eboue 61, Drogba 90+1.
Man-of-the-Match: Javier Saviola (Argentina).

[Jun 11]

In Leipzig (Zentralstadion)
Serbia & Montenegro 0
Netherlands 1 (Arjen Robben 18)
HT: 0-1. Att: 37,216. Ref: Markus Merk (Germany).
SCG: 1-Dragoslav Jevric; 14-Nenad Djordjevic (7-Ognjen Koroman 43),
     6-Goran Gavrancic, 20-Mladen Krstajic, 3-Ivica Dragutinovic;
     17-Albert Nadj, 4-Igor Duljaj, 10-Dejan Stankovic, 11-Predrag
     Djordjevic; 8-Mateja Kezman (21-Danijel Ljuboja 67), 9-Savo
     Milosevic © (19-Nikola Zigic 46).
NED: 1-Edwin van der Sar ©; 14-Johnny Heitinga, 13-Andre Ooijer,
     4-Joris Mathijsen (3-Khalid Boulahrouz 86), 5-Giovanni van
     Bronckhorst; 18-Mark van Bommel (6-Denny Landzaat 60), 20-Wesley
     Sneijder, 8-Philip Cocu; 17-Robin van Persie, 9-Ruud van
     Nistelrooy (7-Dirk Kuyt 69), 11-Arjen Robben.
Booked: SCG - Stankovic 34, Koroman 64, Dragutinovic 81, Gavrancic 90.
        NED - Van Bronckhorst 56, Heitinga 85.
Man-of-the-Match: Arjen Robben (Netherlands).

[Jun 16]

In Gelsenkirchen (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
Argentina 6 (Maxi Rodriguez 6, 41, Esteban Cambiasso 31, Hernan Crespo
     78, Carlos Tevez 84, Lionel Messi 88)
Serbia & Montenegro 0
HT: 3-0. Att: 52,000. Ref: Roberto Rosetti (Italy).
ARG: 1-Roberto Abbondanzieri; 21-Nicolas Burdisso, 2-Roberto Ayala,
     6-Gabriel Heinze, 3-Juan Pablo Sorin ©; 22-Luis Gonzalez
     (5-Esteban Cambiasso), 8-Javier Mascherano, 18-Maxi Rodriguez
     (19-Lionel Messi 75); 10-Juan Roman Riquelme; 7-Javier Saviola
     (11-Carlos Tevez 58), 9-Hernan Crespo.
SCG: 1-Dragoslav Jevric; 4-Igor Duljaj, 6-Goran Gavrancic, 20-Mladen
     Krstajic, 15-Milan Dudic; 17-Albert Nadj (2-Ivan Ergic 46),
     10-Dejan Stankovic, 11-Predrag Djordjevic, 7-Ognjen Koroman
     (21-Danijel Ljuboja 49); 9-Savo Milosevic © (18-Zvonimir Vukic
     69), 8-Mateja Kezman.
Booked: ARG - Crespo 37.
        SCG - Koroman 7, Nadj 27, Krstajic 42.
Sent off: SCG - Kezman 65.
Man-of-the-Match: Javier Saviola (Argentina).

In Stuttgart (Gottlieb-Daimler-Stadion)
Netherlands 2 (Robin van Persie 23, Ruud van Nistelrooy 26)
Ivory Coast 1 (Bakary Kone 38)
HT: 2-1. Att: 52,000. Ref: Oscar Ruiz (Colombia).
NED: 1-Edwin van der Sar ©; 14-Johnny Heitinga (3-Khalid Boulahrouz
     46), 13-Andre Ooijer, 4-Joris Mathijsen, 5-Giovanni van
     Bronckhorst; 18-Mark van Bommel, 20-Wesley Sneijder (10-Rafael van
     der Vaart 50), 8-Philip Cocu; 17-Robin van Persie, 9-Ruud van
     Nistelrooy (6-Denny Landzaat 73), 11-Arjen Robben.
CIV: 1-Jean-Jacques Tizie; 21-Emmanuel Eboue, 4-Kolo Toure, 3-Arthur
     Boka, 12-Abdoulaye Meite; 5-Didier Zokora, 14-Bakary Kone
     (15-Aruna Dindane 62), 19-Gneri Yaya Toure, 22-Romaric (10-Gilles
     Yapi Yapo 62); 9-Arouna Kone (2-Kanga Akale 73), 11-Didier Drogba ©.
Booked: NED - Robben 34, Mathijsen 35, Van Bommel 58, Boulahrouz 90+4.
        CIV - Zokora 25, Drogba 41, Boka 66.
Man-of-the-Match: Arjen Robben (Netherlands).

[Jun 21]

In Frankfurt (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
Netherlands 0
Argentina 0
Att: 48,000. Ref: Luis Medina Cantalejo (Spain).
NED: 1-Edwin van der Sar ©; 2-Kew Jaliens, 3-Khalid Boulahrouz, 13-Andre
     Ooijer, 15-Tim de Cler; 20-Wesley Sneijder (16-Hedwiges Maduro
     86), 10-Rafael van der Vaart, 8-Philip Cocu; 7-Dirk Kuyt, 9-Ruud
     van Nistelrooy (21-Ryan Babel 56), 17-Robin van Persie (6-Denny
     Landzaat 67).
ARG: 1-Roberto Abbondanzieri; 21-Nicolas Burdisso (4-Fabricio Coloccini
     4), 2-Roberto Ayala ©, 15-Gabriel Milito, 17-Leandro Cufre;
     5-Esteban Cambiasso, 8-Javier Mascherano, 10-Juan Roman Riquelme
     (16-Pablo Aimar 79), 18-Maxi Rodriguez; 19-Lionel Messi (20-Julio
     Ricardo Cruz 69), 11-Carlos Tevez.
Booked: NED - Kuyt 28, Ooijer 42, De Cler 48.
        ARG - Cambiasso 57, Mascherano 90.
Man-of-the-Match: Carlos Tevez (Argentina).

In Munich (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
Ivory Coast 3 (Aruna Dindane 36pen, 67, Bonaventure Kalou 86pen)
Serbia & Montenegro 2 (Nikola Zigic 10, Sasa Ilic 20)
HT: 1-2. Att: 66,000. Ref: Marco Rodriguez (Mexico).
CIV: 23-Boubacar Barry; 21-Emmanuel Eboue, 17-Cyrille Domoraud ©,
     3-Arthur Boka, 6-Blaise Kouassi; 5-Didier Zokora, 19-Gneri Yaya
     Toure, 2-Kanga Akale (14-Bakary Kone 60), 18-Abdelkader Keita
     (8-Bonaventure Kalou 73); 9-Arouna Kone, 15-Aruna Dindane.
SCG: 1-Dragoslav Jevric; 14-Nenad Djordjevic, 6-Goran Gavrancic,
     20-Mladen Krstajic (17-Albert Nadj 15), 15-Milan Dudic; 2-Ivan
     Ergic, 4-Igor Duljaj, 10-Dejan Stankovic ©, 11-Predrag Djordjevic;
     22-Sasa Ilic, 19-Nikola Zigic (9-Savo Milosevic 66).
Booked: CIV - Keita 33, Domoraud 41, 90+2, Dindane 43.
        SCG - Nadj 17, 45+1, Dudic 35, Duljaj 37, Gavrancic 57.
Sent off: CIV - Cyrille Domoraud 90+2.
          SCG - Albert Nadj 45+1.
Man-of-the-Match: Aruna Dindane (Ivory Coast).

     Standings            P   W   D   L   F   A  Pts
     1.ARGENTINA          3   2   1   0   8   1   7
     2.NETHERLANDS        3   2   1   0   3   1   7
     3.Ivory Coast        3   1   0   2   5   6   3
     4.Serbia-Montenegro  3   0   0   3   2  10   0

Group D

[Jun 11]

In Nuremberg (Franken-Stadion)
Mexico 3 (Omar Bravo 28, 76, Antonio Naelson 'Zinha' 79)
Iran 1 (Yahya Golmohammadi 36)
HT: 1-1. Att: 41,000. Ref: Roberto Rosetti (Italy).
MEX: 1-Oswaldo Sanchez; 16-Mario Mendez, 5-Ricardo Osorio, 4-Rafael
     Marquez ©, 3-Carlos Salcido; 14-Gonzalo Pineda, 6-Gerardo Torrado
     (23-Luis Perez 46), 8-Pavel Pardo, 19-Omar Bravo; 10-Guillermo
     Franco (7-Antonio Naelson 'Zinha' 46), 9-Jared Borgetti (17-Jose
     Fonseca 52).
IRN: 1-Ebrahim Mirzapour; 13-Hossein Kaebi, 5-Rahman Rezaei, 4-Yahya
     Golmohammadi, 20-Mohammad Nosrati (15-Arash Borhani 81); 2-Mehdi
     Mahdavikia, 6-Javad Nekonam, 14-Andranik Taymoorian, 8-Ali Karimi
     (21-Mehrzad Madanchi 63); 10-Ali Daei ©, 9-Vahid Hashemian.
Booked: MEX - Torrado 18.
        IRN - Nekounam 55.
Man-of-the-Match: Omar Bravo (Mexico).

In Cologne (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
Angola 0
Portugal 1 (Pedro Pauleta 4)
HT: 0-1. Att: 45,000. Ref: Jorge Larrionda (Uruguay).
ANG: 1-Joao Ricardo; 20-Loco, 3-Jamba, 5-Kali, 21-Delgado; 17-Ze
     Kalanga (13-Edson 70), 8-Andre Macanga, 7-Paulo Figueiredo
     (6-Miloy 80), 14-Mendonca; 10-Akwa © (9-Mantorras 60), 11-Mateus.
POR: 1-Ricardo; 13-Miguel, 5-Fernando Meira, 16-Ricardo Carvalho,
     14-Nuno Valente; 7-Luis Figo ©, 8-Armando Petit (18-Maniche 72),
     19-Tiago (10-Hugo Viana 83); 17-Cristiano Ronaldo (6-Francisco
     Costinha 60), 9-Pedro Pauleta, 11-Simao Sabrosa.
Booked: ANG - Jamba 28, Loco 45+3, Andre 52.
        POR - Ronaldo 26, Nuno Valente 79.
Man-of-the-Match: Luis Figo (Portugal).

[Jun 16]

In Hanover (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
Mexico 0
Angola 0
Att: 43,000. Ref: Shamsul Maidin (Singapore).
MEX: 1-Oswaldo Sanchez; 16-Mario Mendez, 4-Rafael Marquez ©, 5-Ricardo
     Osorio, 3-Carlos Salcido, 14-Gonzalo Pineda (11-Ramon Carlos
     Morales 78); 6-Gerardo Torrado, 7-Antonio Naelson “Zinha"
     (21-Jesus Arellano 52), 8-Pavel Pardo; 10-Guillermo Franco
     (17-Jose Fonseca 73), 19-Omar Bravo.
ANG: 1-Joao Ricardo; 20-Loco, 3-Jamba, 5-Kali, 21-Delgado; 17-Ze
     Kalanga (6-Miloy 83), 8-Andre Macanga, 7-Figueiredo (15-Rui
     Marques 72), 11-Mateus (9-Mantorras 68), 14-Mendonca; 10-Fabrice
     Akwa ©.
Booked: MEX - Pineda 59.
        ANG - Delgado 13, Andre 44, 79, Ze Kalanga 50, Joao Ricardo 86.
Sent off: ANG - Andre Macanga 79.
Man-of-the-Match: Joao Ricardo (Angola).

[Jun 17]

In Frankfurt (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
Portugal 2 (Deco 63, Cristiano Ronaldo 80pen)
Iran 0
HT: 0-0. Att: 48,000. Ref: Eric Poulat (France).
POR: 1-Ricardo Pereira; 13-Miguel, 16-Ricardo Carvalho, 5-Fernando
     Meira, 14-Nuno Valente; 20-Deco Souza (19-Tiago 81), 6-Francisco
     Costinha, 18-Maniche (8-Armando Petit 67), 7-Luis Figo © (11-Simao
     Sabrosa 88), 17-Cristiano Ronaldo; 9-Pedro Pauleta.
IRN: 1-Ebrahim Mirzapour; 13-Hossein Kaebi, 5-Rahman Rezaei, 4-Yahya
     Golmohammadi © (3-Sohrab Bakhtiarizadeh 89), 20-Mohammad Nosrati;
     2-Mehdi Mahdavikia, 6-Javad Nekounam, 8-Ali Karimi (7-Ferydoon
     Zandi 65), 14-Andranik Taymoorian; 21-Mehrzad Madanchi (11-Rasoul
     Khatibi 66), 9-Vahid Hashemian.
Booked: POR - Pauleta 45, Deco 48, Costinha 61.
        IRN - Nekounam 20, Madanchi 32, Kaabi 73, Golmohammadi 87.
Man-of-the-Match: Deco (Portugal).

[Jun 21]

In Gelsenkirchen (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
Portugal 2 (Maniche 6, Simao Sabrosa 24pen)
Mexico 1 (Jose Fonseca 29)
HT: 2-1. Att: 52,000. Ref: Lubos Michel (Slovakia).
POR: 1-Ricardo Perreira; 13-Miguel (2-Paulo Ferreira 61), 16-Ricardo
     Carvalho, 5-Fernando Meira, 3-Marco Caneira; 8-Armando Petit,
     18-Maniche, 19-Tiago, 7-Luis Figo © (15-Luis Boa Morte 80),
     11-Simao Sabrosa; 23-Helder Postiga (21-Nuno Gomes 69).
MEX: 1-Oswaldo Sanchez; 16-Mario Mendez (10-Guillermo Franco 80),
     4-Rafael Marquez ©, 5-Ricardo Osorio, 3-Carlos Salcido, 14-Gonzalo
     Pineda (15-Jose Antonio Castro 69); 22-Francisco Rodriguez
     (7-Antonio Naelson 'Zinha' 46), 23-Luis Perez, 8-Pavel Pardo;
     17-Jose Fonseca, 19-Omar Bravo.
Booked: POR - Miguel 26, Maniche 69, Boa Morte 88, Nuno Gomes 90.
        MEX - Rodriguez 22, Perez 27, 61, Marquez 65, Zinha 87.
Sent off: MEX - Perez 61.
Man-of-the-Match: Jose Fonseca (Mexico).

In Leipzig (Zentralstadion)
Iran 1 (Sohrab Bakhtiarizadeh 75)
Angola 1 (Flavio 60)
HT: 0-0. Att: 43,000. Ref: Mark Shield (Australia).
IRN: 1-Ebrahim Mirzapour; 13-Hossein Kaebi (15-Arash Borhani 67),
     5-Rahman Rezaei, 3-Sohrab Bakhtiarizadeh, 20-Mohammad Nosrati
     (23-Masoud Shojaei 13); 2-Mehdi Mahdavikia, 7-Ferydoon Zandi,
     21-Mehrzad Madanchi, 14-Andranik Taymoorian; 9-Vahid Hashemian
     (11-Rasoul Khatibi 39); 10-Ali Daei ©.
ANG: 1-Joao Ricardo; 20-Loco, 3-Jamba, 5-Kali, 21-Delgado; 17-Ze
     Kalanga, 6-Miloy, 7-Figueiredo (15-Rui Marques 69), 11-Mateus
     (18-Love 23), 14-Mendonca; 10-Fabrice Akwa © (16-Flavio 51).
Booked: IRN - Madanchi 37, Teymourian 55, Zandi 90.
        ANG - Loco 22, Mendonca 45+1, Ze Kalanga 67.
Man-of-the-Match: Ze Kalanga (Angola).

     Standings            P   W   D   L   F   A  Pts
     1.PORTUGAL           3   3   0   0   5   1   9
     2.MEXICO             3   1   1   1   4   3   4
     3.Angola             3   0   2   1   1   2   2
     4.Iran               3   0   1   2   2   6   1

Group E

[Jun 12]

In Gelsenkirchen (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
United States 0
Czech Republic 3 (Jan Koller 5, Tomas Rosicky 36, 76)
HT: 0-2. Att: 52,000. Ref: Carlos Amarilla (Paraguay).
USA: 18-Kasey Keller; 6-Steve Cherundolo (9-Eddie Johnson 46),
     22-Oguchi Onyewu, 23-Eddie Pope, 7-Eddie Lewis; 17-DaMarcus
     Beasley, 21-Landon Donovan, 10-Claudio Reyna ©, 4-Pablo Mastroeni
     (5-John O’Brien 46), 15-Bobby Convey; 20-Brian McBride (16-Josh
     Wolff 77).
CZE: 1-Petr Cech; 2-Zdenek Grygera, 22-David Rozehnal, 21-Tomas
     Ujfalusi, 6-Marek Jankulovski; 8-Karel Poborsky (19-Jan Polak 82),
     4-Tomas Galasek ©, 10-Tomas Rosicky (17-Jiri Stajner 86), 11-Pavel
     Nedved, 20-Jaroslav Plasil; 9-Jan Koller (12-Vratislav Lokvenc 45).
Booked: USA - Onyewu 5, Reyna 60.
        CZE - Rozehnal 16, Lokvenc 59, Rosicky 81, Grygera 88.
Man-of-the-Match: Tomas Rosicky (Czech Republic).

In Hanover (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
Italy 2 (Andrea Pirlo 40, Vincenzo Iaquinta 83)
Ghana 0
HT: 1-0. Att: 43,000. Ref: Carlos Simon (Brazil).
ITA: 1-Gianluigi Buffon; 2-Cristian Zaccardo, 13-Alessandro Nesta,
     5-Fabio Cannavaro ©, 3-Fabio Grosso; 20-Simone Perrotta, 21-Andrea
     Pirlo, 10-Francesco Totti (16-Mauro Camoranesi 56), 4-Daniele De
     Rossi; 9-Luca Toni (7-Alessandro Del Piero 82), 11-Alberto
     Gilardino (15-Vincenzo Iaquinta 64).
GHA: 22-Richard Kingston; 6-Emmanuel Pappoe (7-Shilla Illiasu 46),
     4-Samuel Kuffour, 5-John Mensah, 15-John Paintsil; 10-Stephen
     Appiah ©, 18-Eric Addo, 8-Mickael Essien, 11-Sulley Muntari;
     3-Asamoah Gyan (12-Alex Tachie-Mensah 89), 14-Matthew Amoah
     (19-Razak Pimpong 68).
Booked: ITA - De Rossi 10, Camoranesi 62, Iaquinta 88.
        GHA - Muntari 41, Gyan 65.
Man-of-the-Match: Andrea Pirlo (Italy).

[Jun 17]

In Cologne (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
Czech Republic 0
Ghana 2 (Asamoah Gyan 2, Sulley Muntari 82)
HT: 1-0. Att: 45,000. Ref: Horacio Elizondo (Argentina).
CZE: 1-Petr Cech; 2-Zdenek Grygera, 6-Marek Jankulovski, 22-David
     Rozehnal, 21-Tomas Ujfalusi; 4-Tomas Galasek © (19-Jan Polak 46),
     11-Pavel Nedved, 8-Karel Poborsky (17-Jiri Stajner 55), 10-Tomas
     Rosicky, 20-Jaroslav Plasil (7-Libor Sionko 69); 12-Vratislav
     Lokvenc.
GHA: 22-Richard Kingston; 15-John Paintsil, 13-Habib Mohamed, 5-John
     Mensah, 7-Illiasu Shilla; 11-Sulley Muntari, 8-Michael Essien,
     10-Stephen Appiah ©, 20-Otto Addo (9-Derek Boateng 46); 3-Asamoah
     Gyan (19-Razak Pimpong 85), 14-Matthew Amoah (18-Eric Addo 80).
Booked: CZE - Lokvenc 48.
        GHA - Addo 18, Essien 37, Gyan 66, Boateng 75, Muntari 84,
              Habib Mohamed 90+3.
Sent off: CZE - Ujfalusi 66.
Man-of-the-Match: Michael Essien (Ghana).

In Kaiserslautern (Fritz-Walter-Stadion)
Italy 1 (Alberto Gilardino 22)
United States 1 (Cristian Zaccardo og 27)
HT: 1-1. Att: 46,000. Ref: Jorge Larrionda (Uruguay).
ITA: 1-Gianluigi Buffon; 2-Cristian Zaccardo (7-Alessandro Del Piero
     55), 13-Alessandro Nesta, 5-Fabio Cannavaro ©, 19-Gianluca
     Zambrotta; 4-Daniele De Rossi, 21-Andrea Pirlo, 20-Simone
     Perrotta; 10-Francesco Totti (8-Gennaro Gattuso 35); 9-Luca Toni
     (15-Vincenza Iaquinta 61), 11-Alberto Gilardino.
USA: 18-Kasey Keller; 6-Steve Cherundolo, 22-Oguchi Onyewu, 23-Eddie
     Pope, 3-Carlos Bocanegra; 8-Clint Dempsey (17-DaMarcus Beasley
     62), 10-Claudio Reyna ©, 4-Pablo Mastroeni, 15-Bobby Convey
     (13-Jimmy Conrad 52); 21-Landon Donovan, 20-Brian McBride.
Booked: ITA - Totti 5, Zambrotta 70.
        USA - Pope 21, 47.
Sent off: ITA - De Rossi 28.
          USA - Mastroeni 45, Pope 47.
Man-of-the-Match: Kasey Keller (United States).

[Jun 22]

In Hamburg (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
Czech Republic 0
Italy 2 (Marco Materazzi 26, Filippo Inzaghi 87)
HT: 0-1. Att: 50,000. Ref: Benito Archundia (Mexico).
CZE: 1-Petr Cech; 2-Zdenek Grygera, 6-Marek Jankulovski, 22-David
     Rozehnal, 5-Radoslav Kovac (18-Marek Heinz 78); 19-Jan Polak,
     11-Pavel Nedved ©, 8-Karel Poborsky (17-Jiri Stajner 46), 10-Tomas
     Rosicky, 20-Jaroslav Plasil; 15-Milan Baros (14-David Jarolim 64).
ITA: 1-Gianluigi Buffon; 3-Fabio Grosso, 13-Alessandro Nesta (23-Marco
     Materazzi 17), 5-Fabio Cannavaro ©, 19-Gianluca Zambrotta;
     21-Andrea Pirlo, 8-Gennaro Gattuso, 20-Simone Perrotta, 16-Mauro
     Camoranesi (17-Simone Barone 74); 10-Francesco Totti; 11-Alberto
     Gilardino (18-Filippo Inzaghi 61).
Booked: CZE - Polak 35, 45+2.
        ITA - Gattuso 31.
Sent off: CZE - Polak 45+2.
Man-of-the-Match: Marco Materazzi (Italy).

In Nuremberg (Franken-Stadion)
Ghana 2 (Haminu Dramani 22, Stephen Appiah 45+2pen)
United States 1 (Clint Dempsey 43)
HT: 2-1. Att: 41,000. Ref: Markus Merk (Germany).
GHA: 22-Richard Kingston; 15-John Paintsil, 13-Habib Mohamed, 5-John
     Mensah, 7-Shilla Illiasu; 9-Derek Boateng (20-Otto Addo 46),
     8-Michael Essien, 10-Stephen Appiah ©, 23-Haminu Dramani (12-Alex
     Tachie-Mensah 12); 14-Matthew Amoah (18-Eric Addo 59), 19-Razak
     Pimpong.
USA: 18-Kasey Keller; 3-Carlos Bocanegra, 22-Oguchi Onyewu, 13-Jimmy
     Conrad, 6-Steve Cherundolo (9-Eddie Johnson 61), 7-Eddie Lewis
     (15-Bobby Convey 74); 17-DaMarcus Beasley, 10-Claudio Reyna ©
     (14-Ben Olson 40), 21-Landon Donovan, 8-Clint Dempsey; 20-Brian
     McBride.
Booked: GHA - Essien 5, Shilla 32, Mensah 81, Appiah 90+2.
        USA - Lewis 7.
Man-of-the-Match: Stephen Appiah (Ghana).

     Standings            P   W   D   L   F   A  Pts
     1.ITALY              3   2   1   0   5   1   7
     2.GHANA              3   2   0   1   4   3   6
     3.Czech Republic     3   1   0   2   3   4   3
     4.United States      3   0   1   2   2   6   1

Group F

[Jun 12]

In Kaiserslautern (Fritz-Walter-Stadion)
Australia 3 (Tim Cahill 84, 89, John Aloisi 90+2)
Japan 1 (Shunsuke Nakamura 26)
HT: 0-1. Att: 46,000. Ref: Esam Abd El Fatah (Egypt).
AUS: 1-Mark Schwarzer; 3-Craig Moore (19-Josh Kennedy 61), 2-Lucas
     Neill, 14-Scott Chipperfield; 20-Luke Wilkshire (15-John Aloisi
     75), 7-Brett Emerton, 13-Vincenzo Grella, 5-Jason Culina, 23-Marco
     Bresciano (4-Tim Cahill 53); 9-Mark Viduka ©, 10-Harry Kewell.
JPN: 23-Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi; 19-Keisuke Tsuboi (2-Teruyuki Moniwa 56;
     16-Masashi Oguro 90+1), 5-Tsuneyasu Miyamoto ©, 22-Yuji Nakazawa;
     3-Yuichi Komano, 10-Shunsuke Nakamura, 7-Hidetoshi Nakata,
     15-Takashi Fukunishi, 14-Alex; 9-Naohiro Takahara, 13-Atsushi
     Yanagisawa (18-Shinji Ono 79).
Booked: AUS - Grella 34, Moore 57, Cahill 69, Aloisi 77.
        JPN - Miyamoto 31, Takahara 40, Moniwa 68.
Man-of-the-Match: Tim Cahill (Australia).

[Jun 13]

In Berlin (Olympiastadion)
Brazil 1 (Kaka 44)
Croatia 0
HT: 1-0. Att: 66,000. Ref: Benito Archundia (Mexico).
BRA: 1-Dida; 2-Cafu ©, 3-Lucio, 4-Juan, 6-Roberto Carlos; 5-Emerson,
     8-Kaka, 10-Ronaldinho, 11-Ze Roberto; 7-Adriano, 9-Ronaldo
     (23-Robinho 69).
CRO: 1-Stipe Pletikosa; 7-Dario Simic, 4-Robert Kovac, 3-Josep Simunic;
     2-Darijo Srna, 5-Igor Tudor, 19-Niko Kranjcar, 10-Nico Kovac ©
     (16-Jerko Leko 41), 8-Marko Babic; 17-Ivan Klasnic (18-Ivica Olic
     57), 9-Dado Prso.
Booked: BRA - Emerson 42.
        CRO - N Kovac 32, R Kovac 67, Tudor 90.
Man-of-the-Match: Kaka (Brazil).

[Jun 18]

In Nuremberg (Franken-Stadion)
Japan 0
Croatia 0
Att: 41,000. Ref: Frank de Bleeckere (Belgium).
JPN: 23-Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi; 21-Akira Kaji, 5-Tsuneyasu Miyamoto ©,
     22-Yuji Nakazawa, 14-Alessandro Santos; 8-Mitsuo Ogasawara,
     7-Hidetoshi Nakata, 15-Takashi Fukunishi (17-Junichi Inamoto 46),
     10-Shunsuke Nakamura; 9-Naohiro Takahara (16-Masahi Oguro 85),
     13-Atsushi Yanagisawa (20-Keiji Tamada 62).
CRO: 1-Stipe Pletikosa; 7-Dario Simic, 4-Robert Kovac, 3-Josip Simunic;
     2-Darijo Srna (22-Ivan Bosnjak 87), 5-Igor Tudor (18-Ivica Olic
     70), 10-Niko Kovac ©, 8-Marko Babic; 19-Niko Kranjcar (14-Luka
     Modric 78); 17-Ivan Klasnic, 9-Dado Prso.
Booked: JPN - Miyamoto 22, Kawaguchi 42, Alex 73.
        CRO - R Kovac 32, Srna 69.
Man-of-the-Match: Hidetoshi Nakata (Japan).

In Munich (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
Brazil 2 (Adriano 49, Fred 89)
Australia 0
HT: 0-0. Att: 66,000. Ref: Markus Merk (Germany).
BRA: 1-Dida; 2-Cafu ©, 3-Lucio, 4-Juan, 6-Roberto Carlos; 5-Emerson
     (17-Gilberto Silva 72), 11-Ze Roberto; 8-Kaka, 10-Ronaldinho;
     9-Ronaldo (23-Robinho 72), 7-Adriano (21-Fred 88).
AUS: 1-Mark Schwarzer; 2-Lucas Neill, 3-Craig Moore (15-John Aloisi 69),
     6-Tony Popovic (23-Marco Bresciano 40), 5-Jason Culina; 7-Brett
     Emerton, 14-Scott Chipperfield, 13-Vince Grella, 4-Tim Cahill
     (10-Harry Kewell 56), 21-Mile Sterjovski; 9-Mark Viduka ©.
Booked: BRA - Cafu 29, Ronaldo 31, Robinho 83.
        AUS - Emerton 13, Culina 39.
Man-of-the-Match: Ze Roberto (Brazil).

[Jun 22]

In Dortmund (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
Japan 1 (Keiji Tamada 34)
Brazil 4 (Ronaldo 45+1, 81, Juninho Pernambucano 53, Gilberto 59)
HT: 1-1. Att: 65,000. Ref: Eric Poulat (France).
JPN: 23-Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi; 21-Akira Kaji, 22-Yuji Nakazawa,
     19-Keisuke Tsuboi, 14-Alessandro Santos; 8-Mitsuo Ogasawara
     (6-Koji Nakata 56), 7-Hidetoshi Nakata ©, 17-Junichi Inamoto,
     10-Shunsuke Nakamura; 20-Keiji Tamada, 11-Seiichiro Maki
     (9-Naohiro Takaha 60; 16-Masashi Oguro 66).
BRA: 1-Dida © (12-Rogerio Ceni 82); 13-Cicinho, 3-Lucio, 4-Juan,
     16-Gilberto; 17-Gilberto Silva, 19-Juninho Pernambucano, 8-Kaka
     (20-Ricardinho 71), 10-Ronaldinho (11-Ze Roberto 71); 9-Ronaldo,
     23-Robinho.
Booked: JPN - Kaji 40.
        BRA - Gilberto 44.
Man-of-the-Match: Ronaldo (Brazil).

In Stuttgart (Gottlieb-Daimler-Stadion)
Croatia 2 (Darijo Srna 2, Niko Kovac 56)
Australia 2 (Craig Moore 38pen, Harry Kewell 79)
HT: 1-1. Att: 52,000. Ref: Graham Poll (England).
CRO: 1-Stipe Pletikosa; 7-Dario Simic, 13-Stjepan Tomas, 3-Josip
     Simunic, 8-Marko Babic; 2-Darijo Srna, 5-Igor Tudor, 10-Niko Kovac
     ©, 19-Niko Kranjcar (16-Jerko Leko 65); 18-Ivica Olic (14-Luka
     Modric 74), 9-Dado Prso.
AUS: 18-Zeljko Kalac; 7-Brett Emerton, 2-Lucas Neill, 3-Craig Moore,
     14-Scott Chipperfield (19-Josh Kennedy 75); 13-Vince Grella
     (15-John Aloisi 63), 5-Jason Culina, 4-Tim Cahill, 21-Mile
     Sterjovski (23-Marco Bresciano 71), 10-Harry Kewell; 9-Mark Viduka
     ©.
Booked: CRO - Simic 32, 85, Tudor 38, Simunic 62, 90, Pletikosa 70.
        AUS - Emerton 81, 87.
Sent off: CRO - Simic 85, Simunic 90.
          AUS - Emerton 87.
Man-of-the-Match: Harry Kewell (Australia).

     Standings            P   W   D   L   F   A  Pts
     1.BRAZIL             3   3   0   0   7   1   9
     2.AUSTRALIA          3   1   1   1   5   5   4
     3.Croatia            3   0   2   1   2   3   2
     4.Japan              3   0   1   2   2   7   1

Group G

[Jun 13]

In Frankfurt (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
Korea Republic 2 (Lee Chun-soo 54, Ahn Jung-hwan 72)
Togo 1 (Abdelkader Coubadja 31)
HT: 0-1. Att: 48,000. Ref: Graham Poll (England).
KOR: 1-Lee Woon-jae ©; 2-Kim Young-chul, 4-Choi Jin-cheul, 6-Kim Jin-
     kyu (9-Ahn Jung-hwan 46), 12-Lee Young-pyo; 22-Song Chong-gug,
     17-Lee Ho, 13-Lee Eul-yong (5-Kim Nam-il 68); 7-Park Ji-sung,
     19-Cho Jae-jin (18-Kim Sang-sik 83), 14-Lee Chun-soo.
TOG: 16-Kossi Agassa; 5-Massamasso Tchangai, 3-Jean-Paul Abalo Dosseh ©,
     2-Dare Nibombe, 19-Ludovic Assemoassa (13-Richmond Forson 62);
     18-Yao Senaya Junior (23-Assimiou Toure 55), 15-Alaixys Romao,
     10-Cherif Toure-Maman, 7-Moustapha Salifou (6-Yao Aziawonou 86);
     4-Emmanuel Adebayor, 17-Abdelkader Coubadja.
Booked: KOR - Young-chul 41, Chun-soo 51.
        TOG - Abalo 23, 53, Romao 24, 90+2.
Sent off: TOG - Abalo 53.
Man-of-the-Match: Ahn Jung-hwan (South Korea).

In Stuttgart (Gottlieb-Daimler-Stadion)
France 0
Switzerland 0
Att: 52,000. Ref: Valentin Ivanov (Russia).
FRA: 16-Fabien Barthez; 19-Willy Sagnol, 15-Lilian Thuram, 5-William
     Gallas, 3-Eric Abidal; 11-Sylvain Wiltord (8-Vikash Dhorasoo 84),
     4-Patrick Vieira, 10-Zinedine Zidane ©, 6-Claude Makelele,
     22-Franck Ribery (14-Louis Saha 70); 12-Thierry Henry.
SUI: 1-Pascal Zuberbuehler; 23-Philipp Degen, 20-Patrick Mueller
     (2-Johan Djourou 75), 4-Philippe Senderos, 3-Ludovic Magnin;
     16-Tranquillo Barnetta, 6-Johann Vogel ©, 7-Ricardo Cabanas,
     8-Raphael Wicky (5-Xavier Margairaz 82); 9-Alexander Frei,
     11-Marco Streller (10-Daniel Gygax 56).
Booked: FRA - Abidal 64, Zidane 72, Sagnol 90+3.
        SUI - Magnin 42, Barnetta 45, Degen 56, Cabanas 72, Frei 90+3.
Man-of-the-Match: Claude Makelele (France).

[Jun 18]

In Leipzig (Zentralstadion)
France 1 (Thierry Henry 9)
Korea Republic 1 (Park Ji-sung 81)
HT: 1-0. Att: 43,000. Ref: Benito Archundia (Mexico).
FRA: 16-Fabien Barthez; 19-Willy Sagnol, 15-Lilian Thuram, 5-William
     Gallas, 3-Eric Abidal; 4-Patrick Vieira, 6-Claude Makelele;
     7-Florent Malouda (8-Vikash Dhorasoo 88), 10-Zinedine Zidane ©
     (20-David Trezeguet 90+1), 11-Sylvain Wiltord (22-Franck Ribery
     60); 12-Thierry Henry.
KOR: 1-Lee Woon-jae ©; 2-Kim Young-chul, 3-Kim Dong-jin, 4-Choi Jin-
     cheul; 12-Lee Young-pyo, 5-Kim Nam-il, 17-Lee Ho (18-Kim Sang-sik
     69), 13-Lee Eul-yong (11-Seol Ki-hyeon 46); 14-Lee Chun-soo (9-Ahn
     Jung-hwan 72), 19-Cho Jae-jin, 7-Park Ji-sung.
Booked: FRA - Abidal 79, Zidane 85.
        KOR - Lee Ho 11, Dong-jin 29.
Man-of-the-Match: Park Ji-sung (South Korea).

[Jun 19]

In Dortmund (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
Togo 0
Switzerland 2 (Alexander Frei 16, Tranquillo Barnetta 88)
HT: 0-1. Att: 65,000. Ref: Carlos Amarilla (Paraguay).
TOG: 16-Kossi Agassa; 2-Dare Nibombe, 23-Toure Assimiou, 5-Massamesso
     Tchangai ©, 8-Kuami Agboh (7-Moustapha Salifou 25); 9-Thomas Dossevi
     (18-Yao Junior Senaya 69), 10-Cherif Toure Maman (11-Robert Malm
     88), 15-Alaixys Romao, 17-Mohamed Kader Coubadja; 13-Richmond
     Forson, 4-Emmanuel Adebayor.
SUI: 1-Pascal Zuberbuehler; 3-Ludovic Magnin, 4-Philippe Senderos,
     20-Patrick Mueller, 23-Philipp Degen; 8-Raphael Wicky, 6-Johann
     Vogel ©, 7-Ricardo Cabanas (11-Marco Streller 77), 16-Tranquillo
     Barnetta; 10-Daniel Gygax (22-Hakan Yakin 46), 9-Alexander Frei
     (18-Mauro Lustrinelli 87).
Booked: TOG - Salifou 45, Adebayor 47, Romao 53.
        SUI - Vogel 90.
Man-of-the-Match: Alexander Frei (Switzerland).

[Jun 23]

In Cologne (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
Togo 0
France 2 (Patrick Vieira 55, Thierry Henry 61)
HT: 0-0. Att: 45,000. Ref: Jorge Larrionda (Uruguay).
TOG: 16-Kossi Agassa; 2-Dare Nibombe, 3-Jean Paul Abalo Dosseh ©,
     5-Massamesso Tchangai; 7-Moustapha Salifou, 18-Yao Junior Senaya,
     10-Cherif Toure Mamam (14-Adekanmi Olufade 59), 6-Yao Aziawanou,
     17-Mohamed Kader Coubadja; 13-Richmond Forson, 4-Emmanuel Adebayor
     (9-Thomas Dossevi 75).
FRA: 16-Fabien Barthez; 19-Willy Sagnol, 15-Lilian Thuram, 5-William
     Gallas, 13-Mikael Silvestre; 22-Franck Ribery (9-Sidney Govou 77),
     4-Patrick Vieira © (18-Alou Diarra 81), 6-Claude Makelele,
     7-Florent Malouda (11-Sylvain Wiltord 74); 20-David Trezeguet,
     12-Thierry Henry.
Booked: TOG - Aziawonou 38, Cherif Toure 44, Salifou 88.
        FRA - Makelele 30.
Man-of-the-Match: Patrick Vieira (France).

In Hanover (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
Switzerland 2 (Philippe Senderos 23, Alexander Frei 77)
Korea Republic 0
HT: 1-0. Att: 43,000. Ref: Horacio Elizondo (Argentina).
SUI: 1-Pascal Zuberbuehler; 23-Philipp Degen, 4-Philippe Senderos
     (2-Johan Djourou 53), 20-Patrick Mueller, 17-Christoph Spycher;
     16-Tranquillo Barnetta, 6-Johann Vogel ©, 7-Ricardo Cabanas,
     22-Hakan Yakin (5-Xavier Margairaz 71), 8-Raphael Wicky (19-Valon
     Behrami 88); 9-Alexander Frei.
KOR: 1-Lee Woon-jae ©; 12-Lee Young-pyo (9-Ahn Jung-hwan 63), 6-Kim
     Jin-kyu, 4-Choi Jin-cheul, 3-Kim Dong-jin; 7-Park Ji-sung, 5-Kim
     Nam-il, 17-Lee Ho; 14-Lee Chun-soo, 19-Cho Jae-jin, 10-Park Chu-
     young (11-Seol Ki-hyeon 66).
Booked: SUI - Senderos 43, Yakin 55, Wicky 69, Spycher 82, Djourou 90.
        KOR - Chu-young 23, Jin-kyu 37, Chun-soo 80.
Man-of-the-Match: Alexander Frei (Switzerland).

     Standings            P   W   D   L   F   A  Pts
     1.SWITZERLAND        3   2   1   0   4   0   7
     2.FRANCE             3   1   2   0   3   1   5
     3.Korea Republic     3   1   1   1   3   4   4
     4.Togo               3   0   0   3   1   6   0

Group H

[Jun 14]

In Leipzig (Zentralstadion)
Spain 4 (Xabi Alonso 13, David Villa 17, 48pen, Fernando Torres 81)
Ukraine 0
HT: 2-0. Att: 43,000. Ref: Massimo Busacca (Switzerland).
ESP: 1-Iker Casillas ©; 15-Sergio Ramos, 22-Pablo, 5-Carles Puyol,
     3-Mariano Pernia; 16-Marcos Senna, 14-Xabi Alonso (6-David Albelda
     55), 8-Xavi; 11-Luis Garcia (18-Francesc Fabregas 77), 21-David
     Villa (7-Raul 55), 9-Fernando Torres.
UKR: 1-Oleksandr Shovkovskyi; 5-Vladimir Yezerskyi, 6-Andriy Rusol,
     17-Vladyslav Vashchuk, 2-Andriy Nesmachnyi; 9-Oleg Gusev (16-Andriy
     Vorobey 46), 4-Anatoliy Tymoschuk, 14-Andriy Gusin (8-Oleg
     Shelayev 46), 21-Ruslan Rotan (11-Serhiy Rebrov 64); 10-Andriy
     Voronin, 7-Andriy Shevchenko ©.
Booked: UKR - Rusol 16, Yezerskyi 52.
Sent off: UKR - Vashchuk 47.
Man-of-the-Match: Xavi (Spain).

In Munich (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
Tunisia 2 (Zied Jaziri 23, Radhi Jaidi 90+3)
Saudi Arabia 2 (Yassir Al Qahtani 57, Sami Al Jaber 84)
HT: 1-0. Att: 66,000. Ref: Mark Shield (Australia).
TUN: 1-Ali Boumnijel; 6-Hatem Trabelsi, 18-David Jemmali, 3-Karim Hagui,
     15-Radhi Jaidi; 20-Hamed Namouchi, 13-Riadh Bouazizi © (8-Medhi
     Nafti 55), 12-Joahar Mnari, 14-Adel Chedli (10-Kaies Ghodhbane 69);
     9-Yassine Chikhaoui (2-Karim Essediri 82), 5-Zied Jaziri.
KSA: 21-Mabrouk Zaid; 2-Ahmed Dokhi, 3-Redha Tuker, 4-Hamad Al
     Montashari, 13-Hussein Sulimani ©; 6-Omar Al Ghamdi, 8-Mohamed
     Noor (7-Mohamed Ameen 75), 16-Khaled Al Thaker, 18-Nawaf Al Temyat
     (23-Malik Al Hawsawi 67), 14-Saud Al Khariri; 20-Yassir Al Qahtani
     (9-Sami Al Jaber 82).
Booked: TUN - Hagui 35, Bouazizi 37, Chedli 65, Chikhaoui 79.
Man-of-the-Match: Zied Jaziri (Tunisia).

[Jun 19]

In Hamburg (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
Saudi Arabia 0
Ukraine 4 (Andriy Rusol 4, Serhiy Rebrov 36, Andriy Shevchenko 46,
     Maksym Kalinichenko 84)
HT: 0-2. Att: 50,000. Ref: Graham Poll (England).
KSA: 21-Mabrouk Zaid; 2-Ahmed Dokhi (12-Abdulaziz Al Khathran 55),
     13-Hussein Sulimani ©, 4-Hamad Al Montashari, 3-Redha Tukar;
     14-Saud Al Khariri, 6-Omar Al Ghamdi, 8-Mohamed Noor (9-Sami Al
     Jaber 77), 7-Mohamed Ameen (23-Malik Al Hawsawi 55), 16-Khaled Al
     Thaker; 20-Yasser Al Qahtani.
UKR: 1-Oleksandr Shovkovskyi; 6-Andriy Rusol, 2-Andriy Nesmachnyi,
     22-Vyacheslav Sviderskyi; 9-Oleg Gusev, 4-Anatoliy Tymoschuk,
     8-Oleg Shelayev, 19-Maksym Kalinichenko, 11-Serhiy Rebrov
     (21-Ruslan Rotan 72), 7-Andriy Shevchenko © (15-Artem Milevskiy
     86), 10-Andriy Voronin (14-Andriy Gusin 79).
Booked: KSA - Dokhi 41, Al-Ghamdi 57, Kariri 73.
        UKR - Nesmachnyi 22, Kalinichenko 77, Sviderskyi 89.
Man-of-the-Match: Maksym Kalinichenko (Ukraine).

In Stuttgart (Gottlieb-Daimler-Stadion)
Spain 3 (Raul 71, Fernando Torres 76, 90+1 pen)
Tunisia 1 (Jaouhar Mnari 8)
HT: 0-1. Att: 52,000. Ref: Carlos Simon (Brazil).
ESP: 1-Iker Casillas ©; 15-Sergio Ramos, 5-Carles Puyol, 22-Pablo Ibanez,
     3-Mariano Pernia; 16-Marcos Senna (18-Francesc Fabregas 46),
     14-Xabi Alonso, 8-Xavi; 11-Luis Garcia (7-Raul 46), 9-Fernando
     Torres, 21-David Villa (17-Joaquin 56).
TUN: 1-Ali Boumnijel; 6-Hatem Trabelsi, 15-Radhi Jaidi, 3-Karim Hagui,
     19-Anis Ayari (4-Alaeddine Yahia 57); 20-Hamed Namouchi, 12-Jaouhar
     Mnari, 14-Adel Chedli (7-Haykel Guemamdia 80), 8-Mehdi Nafti,
     13-Riadh Bouazizi © (10-Kaies Ghodhbane 57); 5-Zied Jaziri.
Booked: ESP - Puyol 30, Fabregas 89.
        TUN - Ayari 32, Trabelsi 40, Jaidi 70, Guemamdia 80, Jaziri 85,
              Mnari 90.
Man-of-the-Match: Xabi Alonso (Spain).

[Jun 23]

In Kaiserslautern (Fritz-Walter-Stadion)
Saudi Arabia 0
Spain 1 (Juanito 36)
HT: 0-1. Att: 46,000. Ref: Coffi Codjia (Benin).
KSA: 21-Mabrouk Zaid; 2-Ahmed Dokhi, 13-Hussein Sulaimani (19-Mohammed
     Masaad 80), 4-Hamad Al Montashari, 3-Redha Tuker; 14-Saud Al
     Khariri, 8-Mohamed Noor, 12-Abdulaziz Al Khathran, 16-Khaled Al
     Thaker (18-Nawaf Al Temyat 13), 9-Sami Al Jaber © (23-Malik Al
     Hawsawi 68), 11-Saad Al Harthi.
ESP: 19-Santiago Canizares; 2-Michel Salgado, 20-Juanito, 4-Carlos
     Marchena, 12-Antonio Lopez; 6-David Albelda, 13-Andres Iniesta,
     18-Francesc Fabregas (8-Xavi 66); 17-Joaquin, 10-Jose Antonio
     Reyes (9-Fernando Torres 70), 7-Raul © (21-David Villa 46).
Booked: KSA - Al Jaber 27, Al Temyat 77.
        ESP - Albelda 30, Reyes 35, Marchena 75.
Man-of-the-Match: Juanito (Spain).

In Berlin (Olympiastadion)
Ukraine 1 (Andriy Shevchenko 70pen)
Tunisia 0
HT: 0-0. Att: 72,000. Ref: Carlos Amarilla (Paraguay).
UKR: 1-Oleksandr Shovkovskyi; 6-Andriy Rusol, 22-Vyacheslav Sviderskyi,
     2-Andriy Nesmachnyi; 9-Oleg Gusev, 4-Anatoliy Tymoschuk, 8-Oleg
     Shelayev, 19-Maksym Kalinichenko (14-Andry Gusin 75), 11-Serhiy
     Rebrov (16-Andriy Vorobey 55); 7-Andriy Shevchenko © (15-Artem
     Milevskyi 88), 10-Andriy Voronin.
TUN: 1-Ali Boumnijel; 6-Hatem Trabelsi, 15-Radhi Jaidi, 3-Karim Hagui,
     19-Anis Ayari; 20-Hamed Namouchi, 12-Jaouhar Mnari, 14-Adel Chedli
     (17-Issam Jomaa 79), 8-Mehdi Nafti (10-Kaies Ghodhbane 90+1),
     13-Riadh Bouazizi © (11-Francileudo dos Santos 79); 5-Zied Jaziri.
Booked: UKR - Sviderskyy 18, Shelayev 47, Tymoschuk 61, Rusol 65.
        TUN - Jaziri 9, Bouazizi 43, Jaidi 90.
Sent off: TUN - Jaziri 45+1.
Man-of-the-Match: Anatoliy Tymoschuk (Ukraine).

     Standings            P   W   D   L   F   A  Pts
     1.SPAIN              3   3   0   0   8   1   9
     2.UKRAINE            3   2   0   1   5   4   6
     3.Tunisia            3   0   1   2   3   6   1
     4.Saudi Arabia       3   0   1   2   2   7   1

LOS ESTADIOS DEL MUNDIAL DE ALEMANIA 2006


OCTAVOS DE FINAL

1/8 Finals

[Jun 24]

In Munich (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
Germany 2 (Lukas Podolski 4, 12)
Sweden 0
HT: 2-0. Att: 66,000. Ref: Carlos Simon (Brazil).
GER: 1-Jens Lehmann; 3-Arne Friedrich, 21-Christoph Metzelder, 17-Per
     Mertesacker, 16-Philipp Lahm; 19-Bernd Schneider, 8-Torsten Frings
     (5-Sebastian Kehl 85), 13-Michael Ballack ©, 7-Bastian
     Schweinsteiger (18-Tim Borowski 72); 20-Lukas Podolski (10-Oliver
     Neuville 74), 11-Miroslav Klose.
SWE: 1-Andreas Isaksson; 3-Olof Mellberg ©, 4-Teddy Lucic, 5-Erik
     Edman, 7-Niclas Alexandersson; 6-Tobias Linderoth, 9-Fredrik
     Ljungberg, 18-Mattias Jonson (21-Christian Wilhelmsson 52), 16-Kim
     Kallstrom (13-Petter Hansson 39); 10-Zlatan Ibrahimovic (20-Marcus
     Allback 72), 11-Henrik Larsson.
Booked: GER - Frings 27.
        SWE - Lucic 28, 35, Jonson 48, Allback 78.
Sent off: SWE - Lucic 35.
Man-of-the-Match: Miroslav Klose (Germany).

In Leipzig (Zentralstadion)
Argentina 2 (Hernan Crespo 10, Maxi Rodriguez 98)
Mexico 1 (Rafael Marquez 6)
HT: 1-1. Att: 43,000. Ref: Massimo Busacca (Switzerland).
[After extra-time]
ARG: 1-Roberto Abbondanzieri; 13-Lionel Scaloni, 2-Roberto Ayala,
     6-Gabriel Heinze, 3-Juan Pablo Sorin ©; 18-Maxi Rodriguez,
     8-Javier Mascherano, 5-Esteban Cambiasso (16-Pablo Aimar 76),
     10-Juan Roman Riquelme; 7-Javier Saviola (19-Lionel Messi 84),
     9-Hernan Crespo (11-Carlos Tevez 76).
MEX: 1-Oswaldo Sanchez; 16-Mario Mendez, 15-Jose Antonio Castro,
     5-Ricardo Osorio, 3-Carlos Salcido; 4-Rafael Marquez ©, 18-Andres
     Guardado (14-Gonzalo Pineda 67), 8-Pavel Pardo (6-Gerardo Torrado
     38); 9-Jared Borgetti, 11-Ramon Morales (7-Antonio Naelson 'Zinha'
     74), 17-Jose Francisco Fonseca.
Booked: ARG - Heinze 45+1, Sorin 112.
        MEX - Marquez 70, Castro 82, Torrado 118, Fonseca 119.
Man-of-the-Match: Maxi Rodriguez (Argentina).

[Jun 25]

In Stuttgart (Gottlieb-Daimler-Stadion)
England 1 (David Beckham 60)
Ecuador 0
HT: 0-0. Att: 52,000. Ref: Frank De Bleeckere (Belgium).
ENG: 1-Paul Robinson; 16-Owen Hargreaves, 5-Rio Ferdinand, 6-John
     Terry, 3-Ashley Cole; 7-David Beckham © (19-Aaron Lennon 87),
     8-Frank Lampard, 18-Michael Carrick, 4-Steven Gerrard (20-Stewart
     Downing 90+2), 11-Joe Cole (15-Jamie Carragher 77); 9-Wayne Rooney.
ECU: 12-Cristian Mora; 4-Ulises de la Cruz, 3-Ivan Hurtado ©,
     17-Giovanny Espinoza, 18-Neicer Reasco; 8-Edison Mendez, 20-Edwin
     Tenorio (7-Cristian Lara 69), 14-Segundo Castillo, 16-Luis Antonio
     Valencia; 11-Agustin Delgado, 21-Carlos Tenorio (10-Ivan Kaviedes
     71).
Booked: ENG - Terry 18, Robinson 78, Carragher 82.
        ECU - Valencia 24, C Tenorio 37, De la Cruz 67.
Man-of-the-Match: John Terry (England).

In Nuremberg (Franken-Stadion)
Portugal 1 (Maniche Ribeiro 23)
Netherlands 0
HT: 1-0. Att: 41,000. Ref: Valentin Ivanov (Russia).
POR: 1-Ricardo Pereira; 13-Miguel, 16-Ricardo Carvalho, 5-Fernando
     Meira, 14-Nuno Valente; 6-Francisco Costinha, 18-Maniche Ribeiro,
     7-Luis Figo © (19-Tiago 84), 20-Deco, 17-Cristiano Ronaldo
     (11-Simao Sabrosa 34); 9-Pedro Pauleta (8-Armando Petit 46).
NED: 1-Edwin van der Sar ©; 3-Khalid Boulahrouz, 13-Andre Ooijer,
     4-Joris Mathijsen (10-Rafael van der Vaart 56), 5-Giovanni van
     Bronckhorst; 18-Mark van Bommel (14-Johnny Heitinga 67), 20-Wesley
     Sneijder, 8-Phillip Cocu (19-Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink 85);
     17-Robin van Persie, 7-Dirk Kuyt, 11-Arjen Robben.
Booked: POR - Maniche 20, Costinha 31, 45+1, Petit 50, Figo 60, Deco 73,
              78, Nuno Valente 76, Ricardo 76.
        NED - Van Bommel 2, Boulahrouz 7, 63, Van Bronckhorst 59, 90+5,
              Sneijder 73, Van der Vaart 74.
Sent off: POR - Costinha 45+1, Deco 78.
          NED - Boulahrouz 63, Van Bronckhorst 90+5.
Man-of-the-Match: Maniche Ribeiro (Portugal).

[Jun 26]

In Kaiserslautern (Fritz-Walter-Stadion)
Italy 1 (Francesco Totti 90+4pen)
Australia 0
HT: 0-0. Att: 46,000. Ref: Luis Medina Cantalejo (Spain).
ITA: 1-Gianluigi Buffon; 19-Gianluca Zambrotta, 23-Marco Materazzi,
     5-Fabio Cannavaro ©, 3-Fabio Grosso; 20-Simone Perrotta, 21-Andrea
     Pirlo, 8-Gennaro Gattuso; 7-Alessandro Del Piero (10-Francesco
     Totti 75), 9-Luca Toni (6-Andrea Barzagli 56), 11-Alberto
     Gilardino (15-Vincenzo Iaquinta 46).
AUS: 1-Mark Schwarzer; 23-Marco Bresciano, 2-Lucas Neill, 3-Craig Moore,
     14-Scott Chipperfield; 13-Vince Grella, 5-Jason Culina, 4-Tim
     Cahill, 21-Mile Sterjovski (15-John Aloisi 81), 20-Luke Wilkshire;
     9-Mark Viduka ©.
Booked: ITA - Grosso 29, Gattuso 89, Zambrotta 90+1.
        AUS - Grella 23, Cahill 49, Wilkshire 61.
Sent off: ITA - Materazzi 51.
Man-of-the-Match: Gianluigi Buffon (Italy).

In Cologne (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
Switzerland 0
Ukraine 0
[After extra-time; Ukraine win 3-0 on penalties]
Att: 45,000. Ref:  Benito Archundia (Mexico).
SUI: 1-Pascal Zuberbuehler; 3-Ludovic Magnin, 2-Johann Djourou
     (13-Stephane Grichting 33), 20-Patrick Mueller, 23-Philipp Degen;
     8-Raphael Wicky, 6-Johann Vogel ©, 7-Ricardo Cabanas, 22-Hakan
     Yakin (11-Marco Streller 64), 16-Tranquillo Barnetta; 9-Alexander
     Frei (18-Mauro Lustrinelli 116).
UKR: 1-Oleksandr Shovkovskyi; 14-Andriy Gusin, 17-Vladyslav Vashchuk,
     2-Andriy Nesmachnyi; 9-Oleg Gusev, 4-Anatoliy Tymoschuk, 8-Oleg
     Shelayev, 19-Maksym Kalinichenko (21-Ruslan Rotan 75), 16-Andriy
     Vorobey (11-Serhiy Rebrov 93); 7-Andriy Shevchenko ©, 10-Andriy
     Voronin (15-Artem Milevskyi 111).
Booked: SUI - Barnetta 59.
Man-of-the-Match: Oleksandr Shovkovskyi (Ukraine).

Penalty shoot-out:
UKRAINE                        SWITZERLAND
Shevchenko (saved)    0-0      Streller (saved)      0-0
Milevskyi (scored)    1-0      Barnetta (missed)     1-0
Rebrov (scored)       2-0      Cabanas  (saved)      2-0
Gusev (scored)        3-0

[Jun 27]

In Dortmund (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
Brazil 3 (Ronaldo 5, Adriano 45+1, Ze Roberto 84)
Ghana 0
HT: 2-0. Att: 65,000. Ref: Lubos Michel (Slovakia).
BRA: 1-Dida; 2-Cafu ©, 3-Lucio, 4-Juan, 6-Roberto Carlos; 5-Emerson
     (17-Gilberto Silva 46), 11-Ze Roberto, 8-Kaka (20-Ricardinho 83),
     10-Ronaldinho; 9-Ronaldo, 7-Adriano (19-Juninho Pernambucano 61).
GHA: 22-Richard Kingston; 15-John Paintsil, 6-Emmanuel Pappoe, 5-John
     Mensah, 7-Shilla Illiasu; 18-Eric Addo (9-Derek Boateng 60),
     10-Stephen Appiah ©, 23-Haminu Dramani, 11-Sulley Muntari;
     14-Matthew Amoah (12-Alex Tachie-Mensah 69), 3-Asamoah Gyan.
Booked: BRA - Adriano 13, Juan 44.
        GHA - Appiah 7, Muntari 11, Paintsil 29, Addo 38, Gyan 48, 81.
Sent off: GHA - Gyan 81.
Man-of-the-Match: Ze Roberto (Brazil).

In Hanover (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
Spain 1 (David Villa 28pen)
France 3 (Franck Ribery 41, Patrick Vieira 83, Zinedine Zidane 90+2)
HT: 1-1. Att: 43,000. Ref: Roberto Rosetti (Italy).
ESP: 1-Iker Casillas; 15-Sergio Ramos, 5-Carles Puyol, 22-Pablo Ibanez,
     3-Mariano Pernia; 18-Francesc Fabregas, 14-Xabi Alonso, 8-Xavi
     (16-Marcos Senna 72); 7-Raul © (11-Luis Garcia 54), 9-Fernando
     Torres, 21-David Villa (17-Joaquin 54).
FRA: 16-Fabien Barthez; 19-Willy Sagnol, 15-Lilian Thuram, 5-William
     Gallas, 3-Eric Abidal; 4-Patrick Vieira, 6-Claude Makelele;
     22-Franck Ribery, 10-Zinedine Zidane ©, 7-Florent Malouda
     (9-Sidney Govou 74); 12-Thierry Henry (11-Sylvain Wiltord 88).
Booked: ESP - Puyol 82.
        FRA - Vieira 68, Ribery 87, Zidane 90+.
Man-of-the-Match: Patrick Vieira (France).

CUARTOS DE FINAL

Quarterfinals

[Jun 30]

In Berlin (Olympiastadion)
Germany 1 (Miroslav Klose 80)
Argentina 1 (Roberto Ayala 49)
HT: 0-0. AET: 1-1. Att: 72,000. Ref: Lubos Michel (Slovakia).
[Germany win 4-2 on penalties]
GER: 1-Jens Lehmann; 3-Arne Friedrich, 21-Christoph Metzelder, 17-Per
     Mertesacker, 16-Philipp Lahm; 19-Bernd Schneider (22-David Odonkor
     62), 8-Torsten Frings, 13-Michael Ballack ©, 7-Bastian
     Schweinsteiger (18-Tim Borowski 75); 20-Lukas Podolski,
     11-Miroslav Klose (10-Oliver Neuville 86).
ARG: 1-Roberto Abbondanzieri (12-Leo Franco 71); 4-Fabricio Coloccini,
     2-Roberto Ayala, 6-Gabriel Heinze, 3-Juan Pablo Sorin ©; 22-Luis
     Gonzalez, 8-Javier Mascherano, 10-Juan Roman Riquelme (5-Esteban
     Cambiasso 72), 18-Maxi Rodriguez; 11-Carlos Tevez, 9-Hernan Crespo
     (20-Julio Cruz 79).
Booked: GER - Podolski 3, Odonkor 90+4, Friedrich 114.
        ARG - Sorin 46, Mascherano 60, Rodriguez 88, Cruz 96.
Red card: ARG - Leandro Cufre 121.
Man-of-the-Match: Michael Ballack (Germany).

Penalty shoot-out:
GERMANY                        ARGENTINA
Neuville (scored)     1-0      Cruz (scored)         1-1
Ballack (scored)      2-1      Ayala (saved)         2-1
Podolski (scored)     3-1      Rodriguez (scored)    3-2
Borowski (scored)     4-2      Cambiasso (missed)    4-2

In Hamburg (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
Italy 3 (Gianluca Zambrotta 6, Luca Toni 59, 69)
Ukraine 0
HT: 1-0. Att: 50,000. Ref: Frank De Bleeckere (Belgium).
ITA: 1-Gianluigi Buffon; 19-Gianluca Zambrotta, 6-Andrea Barzagli,
     5-Fabio Cannavaro ©, 3-Fabio Grosso; 20-Simone Perrotta, 21-Andrea
     Pirlo (17-Simone Barone 68), 8-Gennaro Gattuso (2-Cristian
     Zaccardo 77); 16-Mauro Camoranesi (22-Massimo Oddo 68),
     10-Francesco Totti; 9-Luca Toni.
UKR: 1-Oleksandr Shovkovskyi; 6-Andriy Rusol (17-Vladyslav Vashchuk
     45+2), 22-Vyacheslav Sviderskyi (16-Andriy Vorobey 20), 2-Andriy
     Nesmachnyi; 9-Oleg Gusev, 4-Anatoliy Tymoschuk, 8-Oleg Shelayev,
     19-Maksym Kalinichenko, 14-Andriy Gusin; 7-Andriy Shevchenko ©,
     15-Artem Milevskiy (20-Oleksiy Belik 72).
Booked: ITA - None.
        UKR - Sviderskyi 16, Kalinichenko 21, Milevskiy 68.
Man-of-the-Match: Gennaro Gattuso (Italy).

[Jul 1]

In Gelsenkirchen (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
England 0
Portugal 0
Att: 52,000. Ref: Horacio Elizondo (Argentina).
[After extra-time, Portugal won 3-1 on penalties]
ENG: 1-Paul Robinson; 2-Gary Neville, 5-Rio Ferdinand, 6-John Terry,
     3-Ashley Cole; 7-David Beckham © (19-Aaron Lennon 52; 15-Jamie
     Carragher 119), 8-Frank Lampard, 16-Owen Hargreaves, 4-Steven
     Gerrard, 11-Joe Cole (21-Peter Crouch 65); 9-Wayne Rooney.
POR: 1-Ricardo Pereira; 13-Miguel, 16-Ricardo Carvalho, 5-Fernando
     Meira, 14-Nuno Valente; 8-Armando Petit, 18-Maniche Ribeiro,
     19-Tiago (10-Hugo Viana 74), 7-Luis Figo © (23-Helder Postiga 86),
     17-Cristiano Ronaldo; 9-Pedro Pauleta (11-Simao Sabrosa 64).
Booked: ENG - Terry 30, Hargreaves 107.
        POR - Petit 44, Carvalho 111.
Sent off: ENG - Rooney 62.
Man-of-the-Match: Owen Hargreaves (England).

Penalty shoot-out:
PORTUGAL                       ENGLAND
Simao (scored)        1-0      Lampard (saved)       1-0
Viana (missed)        1-0      Hargreaves (scored)   1-1
Petit (missed)        1-1      Gerrard (saved)       1-1
Postiga (scored)      2-1      Carragher (saved)     2-1
Ronaldo (scored)      3-1

In Frankfurt (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
Brazil 0
France 1 (Thierry Henry 57)
HT: 0-0. Att: 48,000. Ref: Luis Medina Cantalejo (Spain).
BRA: 1-Dida; 2-Cafu © (13-Cicinho 76), 3-Lucio, 4-Juan, 6-Roberto
     Carlos; 17-Gilberto Silva, 11-Ze Roberto, 8-Kaka (23-Robinho 79),
     19-Juninho Pernambucano (7-Adriano 63); 10-Ronaldinho, 9-Ronaldo.
FRA: 16-Fabien Barthez; 19-Willy Sagnol, 15-Lilian Thuram, 5-William
     Gallas, 3-Eric Abidal; 4-Patrick Vieira, 6-Claude Makelele;
     22-Franck Ribery (9-Sidney Govou 77), 10-Zinedine Zidane ©,
     7-Florent Malouda (11-Sylvain Wiltord 81); 12-Thierry Henry
     (14-Louis Saha 86).
Booked: BRA - Cafu 25, Juan 45, Ronaldo 45+2, Lucio 75.
        FRA - Sagnol 74, Saha 87, Thuram 88.
Man-of-the-Match: Zinedine Zidane (France).
SEMIFINALES

Semifinals

[Jul 4]

In Dortmund (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
Germany 0
Italy 2 (Fabio Grosso 119, Alessandro Del Piero 120+1)
HT: 0-0. Att: 65,000. Ref: Benito Archundia (Mexico).
[After extra-time]
GER: 1-Jens Lehmann; 3-Arne Friedrich, 21-Christoph Metzelder, 17-Per
     Mertesacker, 16-Philipp Lahm; 19-Bernd Schneider (22-David Odonkor
     83), 5-Sebastian Kehl, 13-Michael Ballack ©, 18-Tim Borowski
     (7-Bastian Schweinsteiger 73); 20-Lukas Podolski, 11-Miroslav
     Klose (10-Oliver Neuville 111).
ITA: 1-Gianluigi Buffon; 19-Gianluca Zambrotta, 23-Marco Materazzi,
     5-Fabio Cannavaro ©, 3-Fabio Grosso; 20-Simone Perrotta
     (7-Alessandro Del Piero 104), 21-Andrea Pirlo, 8-Gennaro Gattuso,
     16-Mauro Camoranesi (15-Vincenzo Iaquinta 90); 10-Francesco Totti;
     9-Luca Toni (11-Alberto Gilardino 74).
Booked: GER - Borowski 40, Metzelder 56.
        ITA - Camoranesi 90.
Man-of-the-Match: Fabio Cannavaro (Italy).

[Jul 5]

In Munich (FIFA World Cup Stadium)
Portugal 0
France 1 (Zinedine Zidane 33pen)
HT: 0-1. Att: 66,000. Ref: Jorge Larrionda (Uruguay).
POR: 1-Ricardo Pereira; 13-Miguel (2-Paulo Ferreira 62), 16-Ricardo
     Carvalho, 5-Fernando Meira, 14-Nuno Valente; 6-Francisco Costinha
     (23-Helder Postiga 74), 18-Maniche Ribeiro, 20-Deco Souza, 7-Luis
     Figo ©, 17-Cristiano Ronaldo; 9-Pedro Pauleta (11-Simao Sabrosa
     68).
FRA: 16-Fabien Barthez; 19-Willy Sagnol, 15-Lilian Thuram, 5-William
     Gallas, 3-Eric Abidal; 4-Patrick Vieira, 6-Claude Makelele;
     22-Franck Ribery (9-Sidney Govou 72), 10-Zinedine Zidane ©,
     7-Florent Malouda (11-Sylvain Wiltord 69); 12-Thierry Henry
     (14-Louis Saha 85).
Booked: POR - Carvalho 82.
        FRA - Saha 87.
Man-of-the-Match: Lilian Thuram (France).

TERCER Y CUARTO PUESTO 

Third Place Match

[Jul 8]

In Stuttgart (Gottlieb-Daimler-Stadion)
Germany 3 (Bastian Schweinsteiger 56 78, Armando Petit og 60)
Portugal 1 (Nuno Gomes 88)
HT: 0-0. Att: 52,000. Ref: Toru Kamikawa (Japan).
GER: 12-Oliver Kahn ©; 16-Philipp Lahm, 21-Christoph Metzelder, 6-Jens
     Nowotny, 2-Marcell Jansen; 19-Bernd Schneider, 5-Sebastian Kehl,
     8-Torsten Frings, 7-Bastian Schweinsteiger (15-Thomas Hitzlsperger
     79); 20-Lukas Podolski (9-Mike Hanke 71), 11-Miroslav Klose
     (10-Oliver Neuville 64).
POR: 1-Ricardo Pereira; 2-Paulo Ferreira, 5-Fernando Meira, 4-Ricardo
     Costa, 14-Nuno Valente (21-Nuno Gomes 69); 6-Francisco Costinha
     (8-Armando Petit 46), 18-Maniche Ribeiro, 11-Simao Sabrosa,
     17-Cristiano Ronaldo, 20-Deco Souza; 9-Pedro Pauleta © (7-Luis
     Figo 77).
Booked: GER - Frings 7, Schweinsteiger 78.
        POR - Ricardo Costa 24, Costinha 33, Paulo Ferreira 60.
Man-of-the-Match: Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany).

Final

[Jul 9]

In Berlin (Olympiastadion)
Italy 1 (Marco Materazzi 19)
France 1 (Zinedine Zidane 7pen)
HT: 1-1. AET: 1-1. Att: 69,000. Ref: Horacio Elizondo (Argentina).
[Italy win 5-3 on penalties]
ITA: 1-Gianluigi Buffon; 19-Gianluca Zambrotta, 23-Marco Materazzi,
     5-Fabio Cannavaro ©, 3-Fabio Grosso; 20-Simone Perrotta
     (15-Vincenzo Iaquinta 61), 21-Andrea Pirlo, 8-Gennaro Gattuso,
     16-Mauro Camoranesi (7-Alessandro Del Piero 86); 10-Francesco
     Totti (4-Daniele De Rossi 61); 9-Luca Toni.
FRA: 16-Fabien Barthez; 19-Willy Sagnol, 15-Lilian Thuram, 5-William
     Gallas, 3-Eric Abidal; 4-Patrick Vieira (18-Alou Diarra 56),
     6-Claude Makelele; 22-Franck Ribery (20-David Trezeguet 100),
     10-Zinedine Zidane ©, 7-Florent Malouda; 12-Thierry Henry
     (11-Sylvain Wiltord 107).
Booked: ITA - Zambrotta 5.
        FRA - Sagnol 12, Makelele 76, Malouda 111.
Sent off: FRA - Zidane 110.
Man-of-the-Match: Andrea Pirlo (Italy).

Penalty shoot-out:
ITALY                          FRANCE
Pirlo (Goal)          1-0      Wiltord (Goal)        1-1
Materazzi (Goal)      2-1      Trezeguet (Crossbar)  2-1
De Rossi (Goal)       3-1      Abidal (Goal)         3-2
Del Piero (Goal)      4-2      Sagnol (Goal)         4-3
Grosso (Goal)         5-3

How the penalty shootout played out:
1-0 Italy: Andrea Pirlo scores with a shot straight into the net. 
1-1 France: Sylvain Wiltord beats Ginaluigi Buffon, who dives to his
    right and guesses wrong. 
2-1 Italy: Marco Materazzi scores to keeper Fabien Barthez’s left. 
2-1 France: David Trezeguet’s shot goes off the crossbar and bounces
    just on the wrong side of the line. 
3-1 Italy: Daniele De Rossi scores high into the net. 
3-2 France: Eric Abidal beats Buffon, who dives the wrong way. 
4-2 Italy: Alessandro Del Piero scores high into the net. 
4-3 France: Willy Sagnol converts his penalty. 
5-3 Italy: Fabio Grosso beats Barthez who dives right, with the ball
    going to his left. 




Goalscorers *GOLEADORES * Goalscorers

5 - Miroslav Klose (Germany);
3 - Thierry Henry (France), Zinedine Zidane (France), Fernando Torres
    (Spain), Lukas Podolski (Germany), Maxi Rodriguez (Argentina),
    Ronaldo (Brazil), * Hernan Crespo (Argentina), David Villa (Spain);
2 - Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany), Luca Toni (Italy), Marco
    Materazzi (Italy), Patrick Vieira (France), Tomas Rosicky (Czech
    Republic), Tim Cahill (Australia), Paulo Wanchope (Costa Rica),
    Omar Bravo (Mexico), Agustin Delgado (Ecuador), Carlos Tenorio
    (Ecuador), Bartosz Bosacki (Poland), Steven Gerrard (England),
    Aruna Dindane (Ivory Coast), Andriy Shevchenko (Ukraine), Alexander
    Frei (Switzerland), Adriano (Brazil), Maniche Ribeiro (Portugal);
1 - Jan Koller (Czech Republic), Zinha (Mexico), Jose Fonseca (Mexico),
    Rafael Marquez (Mexico), Shunsuke Nakamura (Japan), Ahn Jung-hwan
    (Korea Republic), Lee Chun-soo (Korea Republic), Park Ji-sung
    (Korea Republic), Torsten Frings (Germany), Oliver Neuville
    (Germany), Philipp Lahm (Germany), Yahya Golmohammadi (Iran),
    Sohrab Bakhtiarizadeh (Iran), Flavio (Angola), Didier Drogba (Ivory
    Coast), Bakary Kone (Ivory Coast), Bonaventure Kalou (Ivory Coast),
    Nikola Zigic (Serbia & Montenegro), Sasa Ilic (Serbia & Montenegro),
    Abdelkader Coubadja (Togo), John Aloisi (Australia), Craig Moore
    (Australia), Harry Kewell (Australia), Kaka (Brazil), Fred (Brazil),
    Gilberto (Brazil), Juninho Pernambucano (Brazil), Ze Roberto
    (Brazil), Arjen Robben (Netherlands), Robin van Persie
    (Netherlands), Ruud van Nistelrooy (Netherlands), Xabi Alonso
    (Spain), Raul (Spain), Juanito (Spain), Franck Ribery (France),
    Andrea Pirlo (Italy), Vincenzo Iaquinta (Italy), Alberto Gilardino
    (Italy), Filippo Inzaghi (Italy), Francesco Totti (Italy), Gianluca
    Zambrotta (Italy), Fabio Grosso (Italy), Alessandro Del Piero
    (Italy), Clint Dempsey (United States), Pedro Pauleta (Portugal),
    Deco Souza (Portugal), Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal), Simao Sabrosa
    (Portugal), Nuno Gomes (Portugal), Zied Jaziri (Tunisia), Radhi
    Jaidi (Tunisia), Jaouhar Mnari (Tunisia), Yassir Al Qahtani (Saudi
    Arabia), Sami Al Jaber (Saudi Arabia), Ivan Kaviedes (Ecuador),
    Peter Crouch (England), Joe Cole (England), David Beckham (England),
    Fredrik Ljungberg (Sweden), Henrik Larsson (Sweden), Marcus Allback
    (Sweden), Esteban Cambiasso (Argentina), Lionel Messi (Argentina),
    Carlos Tevez (Argentina), Javier Saviola (Argentina), Roberto Ayala
    (Argentina), Asamoah Gyan (Ghana), Sulley Muntari (Ghana), Stephen
    Appiah (Ghana), Haminu Dramani (Ghana), Andriy Rusol (Ukraine),
    Serhiy Rebrov (Ukraine), Maksym Kalinichenko (Ukraine), Tranquillo
    Barnetta (Switzerland), Philippe Senderos (Switzerland), Ronald
    Gomez (Costa Rica), Nelson Cuevas (Paraguay), Darijo Srna (Croatia),
    Niko Kovac (Croatia), Keiji Tamada (Japan).
OG - Carlos Gamarra (Paraguay), Brent Sancho (Trinidad & Tobago),
    Cristian Zaccardo (Italy), Armando Petit (Portugal).
* - Argentina striker Hernan Crespo was credited by FIFA’s Technical
    Study Group as the scorer of their first goal in the second round
    match against Mexico even though he appeared not to have made
    contact with the ball.

Awards * PREMIOS - Awards

Tournament's Best Player:
adidas Golden Ball - Zinedine Zidane (France) - 2,012 points
adidas Silver Ball - Fabio Cannavaro (Italy) - 1,977 points
adidas Bronze Ball - Andrea Pirlo (Italy) - 715 points
Top Scorer:
adidas Golden Shoe - Miroslav Klose (Germany) - 5 goals
adidas Silver Shoe - Hernan Crespo (Argentina) - 3 goals
adidas Bronze Shoe - Ronaldo (Brazil) - 3 goals
Gillette Best Young Player - Lukas Podolski (Germany)
Most Entertaining Team - Portugal
Lev Yashin (Best Goalkeeper) - Gianluigi Buffon (Italy)
FIFA Fair Play Trophy - Brazil and Spain


Statistics * ESTADISTICAS * Statistics

GOALS:
147 in 64 matches, for an average of 2.30 per match (2002: 161 for
average of 2.52)
Total goals in tournament history: 2,063
Top scorer in 2006: Miroslav Klose (Germany): 5
Top scorer in history: Ronaldo (Brazil): 15 (3 in 2006)
Fastest goal: Carlos Gamarra (Paraguay) 4th minute own goal against
England
Best attack: Germany (14)
Best defence: Switzerland (0)
Own goals: 4
Penalties: 16
Yellow cards: 305
Red cards: 28
Sent off: Abalo (TOG), Andre (ANG), Boulahrouz (NED), van Bronckhorst
(NED), Costinha (POR), Cufre (ARG), Deco (POR), De Rossi (ITA),
Domoraud (CIV), Emerton (AUS), Gyan (GHA), Jaziri (TUN), A John (TRI),
Kezman (SCG), Lucic (SWE), Materazzi (ITA), Mastroeni (USA), Nadj (SCG),
Perez (MEX), Polak (CZE), Pope (USA), Rooney (ENG), Simic (CRO),
Simunic (CRO), Sobolewski (POL),  Ujfalusi (CZE), Vashchuk (UKR),
Zidane (FRA)
Spectators: 3.367 million (average 52,609)


MUNDIAL 2006
Oldest and youngest
Youngest Oldest
player Opabunmi, NGR 17 y 101 d Heintze, DEN 38 y 293 d
goalkeeper Enyeama, NGR 19 y 287 d Seaman, ENG 38 y 275 d
scorer Sychev, RUS 18 y 231 d Hierro, SPA 34 y 76 d
champion Kaká, BRA 20 y 69 d Cafu, BRA 32 y 11 d
finalist Metzelder, GER 21 y 237 d Bierhoff, GER 34 y 60 d
medalist Kaká, BRA 20 y 69 d Bierhoff, GER 34 y 60 d
captain Márquez, MEX 23 y 110 d Heintze, DEN 38 y 293 d
coach Katanec, SLO 38 y 321 d Maldini, PAR 70 y 110 d
referee Shield, AUS 28 y 281 d Sánchez, ARG 45 y 103 d

Awards
Tournament's Best Player:
adidas Golden Ball - Oliver Kahn (Germany)
adidas Silver Ball Ronaldo (Brazil)
adidas Bronze Ball - Hong Myung Bo (South Korea)
Top Scorer:
adidas Golden Shoe - Ronaldo (Brazil) 8 goals
adidas Silver Shoe Miroslav Klose (Germany) 5 goals
adidas Bronze Shoe Rivaldo (Brazil) 5 goals
Gillette Best Young Player - Landon Donovan (United States)
Most Entertaining Team South Korea
Lev Yashin (Best Goalkeeper) - Oliver Kahn (Germany)
FIFA Fair Play Trophy - Belgium

FIFA.[1] Players for whom this information changed during or in the run up to the tournament are indicated by footnotes.

Equipo Ideal Alemania 2006Goleros: Gianluigi Buffon (Italia), Lilian Thuram (Francia)., Fabio Grosso (Italia), Fabio Cannavaro (Italia), Gianluca Zambrotta (Italia), RicardoCarvalho(Portugal)                                 Mediocampistas: Patrick Vieira (Francia), Zinedine Zidane (Francia), Andrea Pirlo (Italia), Franck Ribery(Francia)   Delanteros: Lukas Podolsky (Alemania), Miroslav Klose (Alemania) 

UNO DE LOS TANTOS EQUIPOS IDEALES DEL MUNDIAL 2006


EQUIPO IDEAL (PERSONAL)
2006
Gianlugi Buffon (Italia), Gianluca Zambrotta (Italia), Roberto Ayala (Argentina), Liliam Thuram (Francia), Fabio Grosso (Italia), Patrick Vieira (Francia), Maniche (Portugal), Franck Ribery (Francia), Pavel Nedved (República Checa), Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal), Miroslav Klose (Alemania)  D.T Lippi
SUPLENTES
Petr Cech (República Checa), Miguel (Portugal), Osorio (México), Hurtado (Ecuador), Philip Lahm (Alemania), Bernd Schneider (Alemania), Pirlo (Italia), Ballack (Alemania), Stephen Appiah (Ghana), Fernando Torres (España), Lukas Podolsky (Alemania), Thomas Rosicky (República Checa)
MEJOR JUGADOR DEL MUNDIAL :
FABIO CANNAVARO (ITALIA)
BALÓN DE ORO :ZINEDINE ZIDANE (FRANCIA)
BALÒN DE PLATA : FABIO CANNAVARO (ITALIA)
BALÒN DE BRONCE : ANDREA PIRLO (ITALIA)
GUANTE DE ORO : GIANLUIGI BUFFON (ITALIA)
MEJOR JUGADOR JOVEN : LUKAS PODOLSKY (ALEMANIA)
PREMIO JUEGO LIMPIO : BRASIL Y ESPAÑA

POSICIONES PTS
Itália 17  
França 15  
Alemanha 16  
Portugal 13  
Brasil 12  
Argentina 11  
Inglaterra 11  
Ucrânia 7  
Espanha 9  
10º Suíça 8  
11º Holanda 7  
12º Equador 6  
13º Gana 6  
14º Suécia 5  
15º México 4  
16º Austrália 4  
17º Coreia do Sul 4  
18º Paraguai 3  
19º Costa do Marfim 3  
21º Polônia 3  
22º Croácia 2  
23º Angola 2  
24º Tunísia 1  
25º Irã 1  
26º Estados Unidos 1  
28º Arábia Saudita 1  
29º Japão 1  
30º Togo 0  
31º Costa Rica 0  



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