1999 MATCHES

INTERCONTINENTAL

20/01/1999, Marseilles, Vélodrome, 46756
Friendly International
FRANCE              1 (Youri Djorkaeff 48')
MOROCCO             0
France:             Fabien Barthez, Lilian Thuram, Laurent Blanc (Frank Leboeuf 46'), 
                    Marcel Desailly, Vincent Candela, Youri Djorkaeff, Didier Deschamps
                    (Emmanuel Petit 46'), Zinedine Zidane (Nicolas Anelka 66'), 
                    Alain Boghossian, Florian Maurice, Christophe Dugarry (Robert Pires 46').
Morocco:            Driss Benzekri, Abdelilah Saber, Youssef Rossi, Noureddine Naybet, 
                    Abdeldrim El Hadrioui (Lahcen Abrami 46'), Said Chiba (Adil Ramzi 46'), 
                    Tahar El Khalej, Mustapha Hadji, Youssef Chippo (Jamal Sellami 79'),
                    Salaheddine Bassir, Abdeljalil Hadda (Rachid Rokki 84').
Referee:            Alain Hamer (Luxembourg).
Coaches:            France: Roger Lemerre.
                    Morocco: Henri Michel (France).

24/01/1999, Cali, Estadio Pascual Guerrero, 12000
Friendly International
COLOMBIA            1 (Faustino Asprilla 78')
DENMARK LEAGUE      1 (Carsten Fredgaard 11')
Colombia:           Oscar Córdoba, Alexander Lemus (John Pérez), Jorge Bermúdez, Iván Córdoba,
                    Foad Máziri, Hermán Gaviria (Hamilton Ricard), Mauricio Serna, 
                    Jorge Bolaño, Neider Morantes (Jorge Salcedo), Faustino Asprilla 
                    (Mario Yepes), Víctor Bonilla (Edwin Congo).
Denmark League:     Peter Kjær, Søren Colding [c], René Henriksen, Niclas Jensen, 
                    Per Nielsen, Kim Daugaard (Henrik Rasmussen), Carsten Fredgaard 
                    (Søren Frederiksen), Jan Michaelsen (Thomas Poulsen), 
                    Brian Steen Nielsen, Ruben Bagger (Chris Hermansen), Ebbe Sand.
Referee:            Fernando Panesso (Colombia).
Coaches:            Colombia: Javier Álvarez.
                    Denmark League: Bo Johansson (Sweden).
Cards:              Colombia: Hermán Gaviria [Y], Faustino Asprilla [Y].
                    Denmark League: Kim Daugaard [Y], Ruben Bagger [Y], Søren Colding [Y].
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

24/01/1999, Santa Cruz, Estadio Ramón "Tahuichi" Aguilera, 39000
Friendly International
BOLIVIA             0
USA                 0
Bolivia:            José Carlo Fernández, Sergio Castillo, Eduardo Jiguchi, Ronald Arana,
                    Lorgio Álvarez, Rubén Tufiño, Raúl Justiniano, Raúl Gutiérrez 
                    (Luis Liendo 45'), Mauricio Ramos (Gonzalo Galindo 68'), 
                    Jefferson Gottardi (Juan Berthy Suárez 68'), Limberg Gutiérrez 
                    (Roger Suárez 68').
USA:                Tony Meola, Robin Fraser, Jeff Agoos, Eddie Pope (C.J. Brown 64'), 
                    Eddie Lewis (Imad Baba 75'), Chris Armas, Claudio Reyna, Cobi Jones, 
                    Jovan Kirovski, Brian McBride, Joe-Max Moore (Roy Lassiter 68').
Referee:            Juan Carlos Paniagua (Bolivia).
Coaches:            Bolivia: Héctor Veira (Argentina).
                    USA: Bruce Arena.
Cards:              Bolivia: Sergio Castillo [Y 81'].
                    USA: None.

27/01/1999, Maracaibo, Estadio José Encarnacióm Romero, 15000
Friendly International
VENEZUELA           1 (José Manuel Rey 65')
DENMARK LEAGUE      1 (Ebbe Sand 55')
Venezuela:          Danny Vigas, Rolando Álvarez, Jorge Rojas, David McIntosh, Edson Tortolero,
                    José Manuel Rey, Luis Vera (Juan Arango 61'), José Tuno, Gabriel Urdaneta,
                    Fernando Martínez, Cristian Cáceres.
Denmark League:     Jimmy Nielsen, Søren Colding [c], René Henriksen, Per Nielsen,
                    Niclas Jensen, Kim Daugaard (Chris Hermansen 75'), Brian Steen Nielsen,
                    Carsten Fredgaard (Ruben Bagger 83'), Thomas Poulsen (Jan Michaelsen 24'), 
                    Ebbe Sand, Søren Frederiksen.
Referee:            Oscar Ruiz (Colombia).
Coaches:            Venezuela: José Omar Pastoriza (Argentina).
                    Denmark League: Bo Johansson (Sweden).
Cards:              Venezuela: Gabriel Urdaneta [Y], Fernando Martínez [Y], José Tuno [Y].
                    Denmark League: Brian Steen Nielsen [Y], Søren Colding [Y], 
                                    Jan Michaelsen [Y], Carsten Fredgaard [Y], 
                                    Per Nielsen [R 90'].
Note:               Match is a full FIFA international.

28/01/1999, Alajuela, Estadio Alejandro Morera Soto
Friendly International
COSTA RICA          0
ECUADOR             0
Costa Rica:         Erick Lonnis, Jervis Drummond, Víctor Cordero, Luis Marín, Sandro Alfaro 
                    (Austin Berry 71'), Jeaustin Campos, Wálter Centeno, Roy Myers, 
                    Johnny Murillo (Wilmer López 65'), Alejandro Sequeira 
                    (Gérald Drummond 46'), Paulo César Wanchope.
Ecuador:            José Francisco Cevallos, Pavel Caicedo, Alberto Montaño,
                    Augusto Jesús Porozo, Ulises De la Cruz, Marlon Ayoví, 
                    Héctor Jhonny Carabalí, Nixon Carcelén (Edwin Tenorio 76'), 
                    Moisés Candelario (Ángel Fernández 60'), Francisco Correa 
                    (Rafael Capurro 67'), Eduardo Hurtado (Wellington Sánchez 58').
Referee:            Rónald Cedeño (Costa Rica).
Coaches:            Costa Rica: Francisco Maturana (Colombia).
                    Ecuador: Carlos Sevilla.
Notes:              Venue also reported as San José.
                    It is also reported that Tenorio replaced Montaño.

30/01/1999, Hồ Chí Minh City (Vietnam)
Dunhill Cup
MALAYSIA            1 (G. Shanmugam 21')
BULGARIA OLYMPIC    1 (Angel Stoikov 82')
Malaysia:           Azmin Azram Abdul Aziz, Abdul Ghani Malik, Rajnikhand Batumalai, 
                    Khairul Anuar Baharom, Anuar Jusoh, Yusri Che Lah, Kolopis Sambagamaran,
                    Rosdi Talib, Moey Kok Hong, Shanmugam, Arumugam.
Bulgaria Olympic:   Jordan G, Radoslav Komitov, Ivan Raitchev, Krassimir Tchomakov,
                    Valentin V, Angel Stoikov, Elin T, Petre Chopov, Nedko M,
                    Stanislav B, Miroslav N.
Referee:            Luong The Tai (Vietnam).
Cards:              Malaysia: Rajnikhand Batalumai [R 88'].
                    Bulgaria Olympic: Ivan Reitchev [R 84'].
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

31/01/1999, Hồ Chí Minh City
Dunhill Cup
VIETNAM             1 (Nguyễn Phi Hùng 13')
RUSSIA OLYMPIC      0
Vietnam:            Trần Tiến Anh, Nguyễn Thiền Quang, Đỗ Văn Khai, Nguyễn Hồng Sơn,
                    Văn Sỹ Hùng, Lê Huỳnh Đức, Phạm Như Thuan, Triệu Quang Hạ,
                    Trường Viet Hoàng, Trần Công Minh, Nguyễn Phi Hùng.
Russia Olympic:     Andrei Chichkin, Gennadi Nizhegorodov, Andrei Durov, Sergei Burchenkov,
                    Dmitri Borisov (Igor Aksenov 46'), Vladimir Smirnov, Igor Semshov
                    (Konstantin Fishman 61'), Gvenrman Kutarba, Maxim Buznikin, 
                    Rafael Zangionov (Petr Bystrov 46'), Alexei Saveljev.
Referee:            Toru Kamikawa (Japan).
Coaches:            Vietnam:
                    Russia Olympic: Leonid Pakhomov.
Cards:              Vietnam: Nguyễn Phi Hùng [Y 15'], Nguyễn Thiền Quang [Y 22'], 
                             Trường Viet Hoàng [Y 47'], Văn Sỹ Hùng [Y 65'].
                    Russia Olympic: Gvenrman Kutarba [R 32'], Igor Semshov [Y 35'],
                                    Sergei Burchenkov [Y 90'].
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

31/01/1999, Guayaquil, 10000
Friendly International
ECUADOR             1 (Eduardo Hurtado 73')
DENMARK LEAGUE      1 (Kim Daugaard 89')
Ecuador:            José Francisco Cevallos, Augusto Jesús Porozo (Renán Calle), 
                    Alberto Montaño, Pavel Caicedo, Omar De Jesús Borja (Ángel Valencia),
                    Marlon Ayoví, Moisés Candelario, Héctor Jhonny Carabalí, Ángel Fernández 
                    (Wellington Sánchez), Francisco Correa (Rafael Capurro), Eduardo Hurtado.
Denmark League:     Peter Kjær, Søren Colding [c], René Henriksen, Per Nielsen (Kim Daugaard),
                    Niclas Jensen, Brian Steen Nielsen, Carsten Fredgaard, Jan Sønksen 
                    (Jan Michaelsen), Ruben Bagger, Ebbe Sand, Søren Frederiksen  
                    (Chris Hermansen).
Referee:            José Patricio Carpio (Ecuador).
Coaches:            Ecuador: Carlos Sevilla.
                    Denmark League: Bo Johansson (Sweden).
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

02/02/1999, Hồ Chí Minh City (Vietnam)
Dunhill Cup
SINGAPORE           1 (Nazri Bin Nasir 86')
RUSSIA OLYMPIC      1 (Zulkarnaen Bin Zainal 90' OG)
Singapore:          Mohd. Rezal Bin Hassan, Mohd. Rafi Bin Mohd. Ali, Mohd. Bin Basri,
                    Lim Tong Hai, Ahmad Latiff Bin Kamaruddin, Mohd. Hafizat Bin Jauharmi,
                    Zulkarnaen Bin Zainal, Nazri Bin Nasir, Tam Kim Leng,
                    Mohd. Noor Bin Mohd. Ali, Azhar Salleh.
Russia Olympic:     Andrei Chichkin, Gennadi Nizhegorodov, Andrei Durov, Sergei Burchenkov,
                    Igor Aksenov, Vladimir Smirnov, Maxim Buznikin (Sergey Kulichenko 40'), 
                    Rafael Zangionov, Konstantin Fishman, Petr Bystrov, Alexei Saveljev.
Coaches:            Singapore:
                    Russia Olympic: Leonid Pakhomov.
Cards:              Singapore: Mohd. Bin Basri [Y 35'], Nazri Bin Nasir [Y 45'],
                               Zulkarnaen Bin Zainal [Y 68'], Mohd. Rafi Bin Mohd. Ali [Y 83'],
                               Mohd. Noor Bin Mohd. Ali [Y 90'].
                    Russia Olympic: Alexei Saveljev [Y 25'], Maxim Buznikin [Y 30'],
                                    Andrei Durov [Y 45'].
Referee:            Andreas Jerry (Philippines).
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

03/02/1999, Ciudad de Guatemala, Estadio Mateo Flores, 10000
Friendly International
GUATEMALA           0
ECUADOR             0
Guatemala:          Edgar Estrada, Germán Ruano, Iván León, Catalino Molina, Álvaro Jiménez,
                    Nelson Cáceres, Jorge Rodas (?. Ponsiano), Julio Girón, Freddy García, 
                    Edgar Valencia (Claudio Rojas), Carlos Ruiz.
Ecuador:            José Francisco Cevallos, Augusto Jesús Porozo, Alberto Montaño, 
                    Pavel Caicedo, Ángel Valencia (Omar De Jesús Borja), Marlon Ayoví,
                    Moisés Candelario, Héctor Jhonny Carabalí (Edwin Tenorio), 
                    Wellington Sánchez (Ángel Fernández), Héctor Ferri (Edison Maldonado),
                    Eduardo Hurtado.
Referee:            Hugo Castillo (Guatemala).
Coaches:            Guatemala:
                    Ecuador: Carlos Sevilla.

06/02/1999, Jacksonville, Alltel Stadium, 17259
Friendly International
USA                 3 (Jovan Kirovski 16', Tony Sanneh 24', Claudio Reyna 26')
GERMANY             0
USA:                Tony Meola, Robin Fraser, Jeff Agoos, C.J. Brown, Eddie Lewis
                    (Frankie Hejduk 77'), Chris Armas, Claudio Reyna, Tony Sanneh, 
                    Jovan Kirovski (Joe-Max Moore 86'), Cobi Jones (Roy Lassiter 86'),
                    Brian McBride.
Germany:            Oliver Kahn, Lothar Matthäus, Markus Babbel, Marko Rehmer,
                    Alexander Zickler (Marco Bode 46'), Jens Jeremies, Carsten Ramelow 
                    (Christian Nerlinger 46'), Lars Ricken, Andreas Möller, Michael Preetz, 
                    Olaf Marschall. 
Referee:            Gilberto Alcala (Mexico).
Coaches:            USA: Bruce Arena.
                    Germany: Erich Ribbeck.
Cards:              USA: Tony Sanneh [Y 42'], Chris Armas [Y 50'].
                    Germany: Alexander Zickler [Y 42'], Andreas Möller [Y 50']. 
Note:               A German source does not include Andreas Möller's yellow card.

08/02/1999, Muscat, Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex, 3000
Oman Tournament
OMAN                0
SLOVENIA            7 (Milan Osterc 8', 72', 82', 89', Saša Gajser 26', Zlatko Zahovič 87',
                       Sašo Udovič 90')
Oman:               Awath Subeit Al-Alawi, Hussein Mustahli Rabee'a, Khalid Abbas Al-Yaarebi,
                    Talal Khalfan Al-Farsi, Farid Ali Al-Mazroui (Ibrahim 81'), Jamal Bakshal Balushi
                    (Rashid 45'), Ridhwan Salim Nairooz (Taki Mubarak 45'), Hani Dhabit Faraj, 
                    Qassim (Monir 68'), [2 missing].
Slovenia:           Mladen Dabanovič, Darko Milanič (Fabijan Cipot 78'), Aleksander Knavs
                    (Marinko Galič 45'), Aleš Čeh (Miran Pavlin 45'), Mladen Rudonja,
                    Zlatko Zahovič, Sašo Udovič, Milan Osterc, Milenko Ačimovič
                    (Željko Mitrakovič 45'), Spasoje Bulajič, Saša Gajser 
                    (Marjan Dominko 64').
Referee:            Abdul Hamid Abdul Aziz (Bahrain).
Coaches:            Oman:
                    Slovenia: Srečko Katanec.
Cards:              Oman: Khalid Abbas Al-Yaarebi [Y 78'].
                    Slovenia: Aleksander Knavs [Y 33'].

09/02/1999, Miami (USA), 14563
Friendly International
GERMANY             3 (Michael Preetz 33', 55', Marco Bode 74')
COLOMBIA            3 (Faustino Asprilla 26', 67' pen, Iván Córdoba 79')
Germany:            Oliver Kahn (Jens Lehmann 46'), Lothar Matthäus, Marko Rehmer, 
                    Christian Wörns, Markus Babbel, Jens Jeremies (Christian Nerlinger 46'),
                    Andreas Möller, Marco Bode, Michael Preetz, Oliver Neuville 
                    (Alexander Zickler 74'), Reich (Lars Ricken 79').
Colombia:           Oscar Córdoba, Alexander Lemus, Iván Córdoba, Jorge Bermúdez, Foad Máziri
                    (Hermán Gaviria 46'), Jorge Bolaño (Leider Preciado 46'), 
                    Arley Betancourth (Mario Yepes 46'), Mauricio Serna, Neider Morantes 
                    (Jorge Salcedo 79'), Faustino Asprilla, Henry Zambrano (Edwin Congo 66').
Referee:            Brian Hall (USA).
Coaches:            Germany: Erich Ribbeck.
                    Colombia: Javier Álvarez.
Cards:              Germany: Jens Jeremies [Y], Michael Preetz [Y].
                    Colombia: Edwin Congo [Y], Mario Yepes [Y], Alexander Lemus [Y YR 44'].

10/02/1999, Muscat, Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex, 400
Oman Tournament
OMAN                1 (Mohamed Mubarak 89')
SWITZERLAND         2 (Alexandre Comisetti 9', 33')
Oman:               Awath Subeit Al-Alawi, Moshin Saleh, Hussein Mustahli Rabee'a,
                    Khalid Abbas Al-Yaarebi, Farid Ali Al-Mazroui, Ridhwan Salim Nairooz
                    (Taki Mubarak 82'), Said Khalfan (Abdullah Ba Omar),
                    Oassim Masoud (Baouamar 18'), Jamal Bakshal Balushi, Hani Dhabit Faraj,
                    Mohamed Mubarak.
Switzerland:        Marco Pascolo, Marc Hodel, Murat Yakin, Marco Zwyssig, Raphaël Wicky
                    (Sébastien Jeanneret 57'), Johann Vogel, Ciriaco Sforza,
                    Franco Di Jorio (Sébastien Fournier 46'), David Sesa (Alexandre Rey 66'), 
                    Stéphane Chapuisat (Frédéric Chassot 84'), Alexandre Comisetti 
                    (Patrick Bühlmann 46').
Referee:            Abdul Hamid Abdul Aziz (Bahrain).
Coaches:            Oman:
                    Switzerland: Gilbert Gress (France).
Cards:              Oman:
                    Switzerland: Murat Yakin [Y 76'], Frédéric Chassot [Y 88'].
Note:               Some sources report Murat Yakin as the first goal-scorer.

10/02/1999, Dublin, Lansdowne Road, 27600
Friendly International
IRELAND             2 (Dennis Irwin 37' pen, David Connolly 74')
PARAGUAY            0
Ireland:            Shay Given (Alan Kelly 67'), Dennis Irwin, Ian Harte (Phil Babb 71'),
                    Kenny Cunningham, Gary Breen, Roy Keane [c], Jason McAteer 
                    (Alan McLoughlin 81'), Mark Kinsella (Lee Carsley 67'), Niall Quinn 
                    (Tony Cascarino 69'), Robbie Keane (David Connolly 67'), Damien Duff.
Paraguay:           Ricardo Tavarelli, Jorge Valdez, Ignacio Rolón, Juan Ortiz, Denis Caniza,
                    Miguel Acosta, Edgar Aguilera, Carlos Humberto Paredes, Mauro Caballero 
                    (Eriberto Brítez 71'), Juan Carlos Franco (Christian Esquivel 80'), 
                    Raúl Román (Juan Peralta 58').
Referee:            Gylfi Þór Orrason (Iceland).
Coaches:            Ireland: Mick McCarthy.
                    Paraguay: Ever Almeida (Uruguay).

10/02/1999, Los Angeles (USA), Memorial Coliseum, 91585
Friendly International
MEXICO              0
ARGENTINA           1 (Juan Pablo Sorín 66')
Mexico:             Jorge Campos, Pavel Pardo, Sergio Almaguer, Duilio Davino, Miguel Zepeda,
                    Claudio Suárez, Germán Villa (Salvador Carmona 46'), Salvador Cabrera 
                    (José Manuel Abundis 46'), Juan Francisco Palencia, Luis Hernández,
                    Cuauhtémoc Blanco (Paulo César Chávez 71').
Argentina:          Germán Burgos, Claudio Husaín, Eduardo Berizzo, Walter Samuel, 
                    Juan Pablo Sorín, Diego Cagna, Leonardo Astrada, Christian Bassedas
                    (Sebastián Méndez 81'), Marcelo Gallardo (Jorge San Esteban 90+'),
                    Guillermo Barros Schelotto, Martín Palermo.
Referee:            Richard Grady (USA).
Coaches:            Mexico: Manuel Lapuente.
                    Argentina: Marcelo Bielsa.
Cards:              Mexico: Claudio Suárez [Y], Pavel Pardo [Y], Cuauhtémoc Blanco [Y].
                    Argentina: Eduardo Berizzo [Y], Marcelo Gallardo [Y].

10/02/1999, Tunis, Stade Olympique El-Mensah, 5000
Friendly International
TUNISIA             0
SWEDEN              1 (Niclas Alexandersson 77')
Tunisia:            Chokri El Ouaer (Radhouane Salhi 46'), Radhi Jaidi, Sami Trabelsi
                    (Hatem Trabelsi 46'), Khaled Badra (Mourad Trabelsi 46'), Riadh Bouazizi,
                    Khais Ghodbane, Maher Kanzari, Sirajeddine Chihi (Ramzi Toujani 46'), 
                    Khaled Azaeiz, Faouzi Roussi (Imed Mhadhebi 46').
Sweden:             Magnus Hedman (Magnus Kihlstedt 46'), Roland Nilsson, Patrik Andersson,
                    Joachim Björklund, Teddy Lucic (Pontus Kåmark 65'), Niclas Alexandersson, 
                    Daniel Andersson, Andreas Andersson (Mattias Jonson 84'), 
                    Jesper Blomqvist, Henrik Larsson (Jörgen Pettersson 46'), Kennet Andersson.
Referee:            Mahmoud Ali Abdelkrim (Libya).
Coaches:            Tunisia:
                    Sweden: Tommy Söderberg.

10/02/1999, Beirut, 3500
Friendly International
LEBANON             0
CZECH REPUBLIC U21  3 (Libor Sionko 52', Jiří Jarošík 62', Milan Pacanda 84')
Lebanon:            Wahid Fattal (Ziad Al-Samad 72'), Ali Mtayrak, Kevork Guarbetian, 
                    Daniel Al-A'awar, Nabih Al-Jurdi (Karnib 77'), Abbas Shahrour,
                    Shuejch (Hamsi 55'), ?. Antar, Jamal Taha, Haytham Zein, 
                    Tero Kehyayan.
Czech Republic U21: Jindřich Skácel (Martin Rašska 78'), LukᚠDošek, Erich Brabec 
                    (Adam Petrouš 81'), Roman Lengyel, LukᚠPleško (Jan Šimák 46'),
                    Libor Sionko (Martin Vozábal 72'), TomᚠUjfaluši, Marcel Lička
                    (Lumír Sedláček 57'), Marek Jankulovski, Jiří Jarošík, Tomás Došek 
                    (Milan Pacanda 77').
Referee:            Ramadan (Lebanon).
Coaches:            Lebanon:
                    Czech Republic U21: Karel Brückner.
Notes:              Match is a full FIFA international.
                    Also reported as 17/02/1999.
                    Lebanese player names from a Czech source.

16/02/1999, Hong Kong, Mongkok Stadium, 30000
Carlsberg Cup
EGYPT               3 (Hossam Hassan 11', 31', Hazem Emam 81')
BULGARIA            1 (Hristo Yovov 88')
Egypt:              Nader El-Sayed, Ibrahim Hassan, Abdel Zaher El-Saqua, Mohamed Youssef,
                    Yasser Ryan, Ahmed Hassan, Hady Khashaba, Ayman Abdel Aziz, 
                    Abdel Sattar Sabry (Abdel Hamid Bassiouny), Hossam Hassan, Hazem Emam 
                    (Osama Nabeeh).
Bulgaria:           Gosho Petkov, Radostin Kishishev (Vladimir Yonkov 78'), Zlatomir Zagorcic,
                    Valentin Naidenov (Stilian Petrov 46'), Ilian Stoianov, Malin Orachev
                    (Ilia Gruev 46'), Hristo Stoichkov, Hristo Iovov, Georgi Antonov,
                    Ilian Iliev, Zlatko Yankov.
Referee:            William Young (Scotland).
Coaches:            Egypt: Mahmoud El-Gohary.
                    Bulgaria: Dimitar Dimitrov.
Note:               It is also reported that Zdravko Zdravkov, Georgi Bachev, and Ivailo Petkov
                    played for Bulgaria instead of Gosho Petkov, Georgi Antonov and
                    Ilian Iliev.

16/02/1999, Hong Kong
Carlsberg Cup
HONG KONG LEAGUE    0
MEXICO              0
Mexico won 4-3 on penalties.
Hong Kong League:   Victor Derbounov, Gerrard Guy Ambassa, Cristiano Cordeiro, Martin Kuhl,
                    Gary McKeown, Lee Kin-Wo (Fernan Orneas Franco 73'), Tam Siu-Wai,
                    Adrian Midwood (Wu Qunli 90+'), Dimitri Kalkanov, Tony Giacomelli
                    (Goran Paulie 57'), Cheng Siu-Chung.
Mexico:             Oscar Perez, Miguel Zepeda, Claudio Suárez, Rafael Márquez, 
                    Salvador Carmona, Pavel Pardo, Salvador Cabrera, Juan Francisco Palencia
                    (Paulo César Chávez), Cuauhtémoc Blanco, Luis Hernández, 
                    José Manuel Abundis.
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.
Coaches:            Mexico: Gustavo Vargas.
                    Hong Kong League:

17/02/1999, Ciudad de Guatemala, Estadio Mateo Flores, 12000
Friendly International
GUATEMALA           1 (Martín Machón 90' pen)
CHILE               1 (Manuel Neira 43')
Guatemala:          Edgar Estrada, Martín Machón, Fredy García, Claudio Rojas,
                    Germán Ruano, [6 missing].
Chile:              Marcelo Ram#237;rez; Nelson Parraguez, Miguel Ram#237;rez, Pablo Contreras;
                    Moisés Villarroel, Clarence Acuña, Roberto Cartes, Francisco Rojas
                    (Mauricio Aros), David Pizarro (Manuel Neira); Manuel Neira
                    (Reinaldo Navia), Rodolfo Moya (Cristián Uribe).
Referee:            Carlos Alberto Batres (Guatemala).
Coaches:            Guatemala:
                    Chile: Nelson Acosta (Uruguay).
Cards:              Guatemala: Germán Ruano [Y], Claudio Rojas [Y].
                    Chile: Marcelo Ramírez [Y], Miguel Ramírez [Y], Roberto Cartes [Y].

19/02/1999, Hong Kong, 35000
Carlsberg Cup
HONG KONG LEAGUE    0
BULGARIA            3 (Hristo Stoichkov 5', Hristo Yovov 23', 52')
Hong Kong League:   Victor Derbounov, Cristiano Cordeiro, Martin Kuhl, Gary McKeown, 
                    Tam Siu-Wai, Cheng Siu-Chung, Lee Kin-Wo, Dimitri Kalkanov,
                    Michael Midwood, Tomy Adriano Giacomeli, Gerard Guy Ambassa.
Bulgaria:           Gosho Petkov, Radostin Kishishev, Zlatomir Zagorcic, Valentin Naidenov,
                    Ilian Stoianov, Ilia Gruev, Hristo Stoichkov, Hristo Yovov,
                    Ilian Iliev, Georgi Antonov, Vladimir Yonkov.
Coaches:            Hong Kong League:
                    Bulgaria: Dimitar Dimitrov.
Notes:              Not a full FIFA international.
                    Substitutes unknown.

19/02/1999, Hong Kong
Carlsberg Cup
MEXICO              3 (Rafael Márquez 34', José Manuel Abundis 43', Luis Hernández 88' pen)
EGYPT               0
Mexico:             Adolfo Ríos, Claudio Suárez, Salvador Cabrera, Miguel Zepeda, 
                    Cuauhtémoc Blanco, Pavel Pardo, Luis Hernández, Salvador Carmona, 
                    Paulo César Chávez (Javier Saavedra 72'), Rafael Márquez, 
                    José Manuel Abundis.
Egypt:              Nader El-Sayed, Ibrahim Hassan, Abdel Zaher El-Saqua, Haytham Farouk,
                    Mohamed Youssef, Hossam Abdel Monem (Ahmed El-Gamal), Hady Khashaba 
                    (Saad Abdel Baqi), Ayman Abdel Aziz, Yasser Rayan (Abdelhamid Bassiouny),
                    Hossam Hassan, Abdel Sattar Sabry.
Referee:            William Young (Scotland).
Coaches:            Mexico: Gustavo Vargas.
                    Egypt: Mahmoud El-Gohari.

21/02/1999, Bangkok
King's Cup
THAILAND            1
BRAZIL U20          4
Thailand:           Saravudh Kambua, Jakrarach Tonehongsa, Patanapong Sripramote,
                    Pranupong Chimpuk, Krisada Piendit, Sanao Longsawangl, 
                    Thavatchai Damrong-Ongtrakul, Tongchai Akakrapong, Dusit Chalermsan, 
                    Worawoot Srimaka, Kiatisuk Senamuang.
Brazil U20:         Julio Espindola, Alesandro Macini, Fernando Santos, Juan Silveira Santos, 
                    Ferrugem, Victor Pinneiro, Marcelo Rocha, Thiago Silve Santos, 
                    Rodrigo Gral, Luis Eduardo Schmidt, Moreira.
Coaches:            Thailand: Peter Withe (England).
                    Brazil U20: Antonio Barroso.
Notes:              Substitutes unknown.
                    Not a full FIFA international.

21/02/1999, Bangkok (Thailand)
King's Cup
NORTH KOREA         2
HUNGARY LEAGUE      2
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

21/02/1999, Fort Lauderdale, Lockhart Stadium, 14896
Friendly International
USA                 2 (Ben Olsen 58', Eddie Lewis 65')
CHILE               1 (Roberto Cartes 64')
USA:                Zach Thornton (Tom Presthus 46'), Thomas Dooley, C.J. Brown,
                    Carlos Llamosa, Eddie Lewis, Chris Armas, Richie Williams (Leo Cullen 86'),
                    Ben Olsen, Chad Deering (Clint Mathis 66'), Brian McBride, Roy Lassiter
                    (Ante Razov 46').
Chile:              Marcelo Ramírez, Pablo Contreras, Francisco Rojas (Mauricio Aros 80'),
                    Miguel Ramírez, Luis Mena, Cristián Uribe (Patricio Neira 70'), 
                    Clarence Acuña, David Pizarro, Roberto Cartes, Manuel Neira, 
                    Reinaldo Navia (Rodolfo Moya 66').
Referee:            Pascal Rebolledo (Mexico).
Coaches:            USA: Bruce Arena.
                    Chile: Nelson Acosta (Uruguay).
Cards:              USA: Eddie Lewis [Y 12'], Brian McBride [Y 18'], Richie Williams [Y 32'],
                         Chris Armas [Y 64'].
                    Chile: Luis Mena [Y 21'], Reinaldo Navia [Y 25'].

25/02/1999, Bangkok (Thailand)
King's Cup
BRAZIL U20          1 (Juan Silveira 90')
NORTH KOREA         1 (Ri Kyong-Min 75')
Coaches:            Brazil U20: Antonio Barroso.
                    North Korea:
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

25/02/1999, Bangkok
King's Cup
THAILAND            3 (Kiatisuk Senamuang 13', Tongchai Akarapong 20', 
                       Thavatchai Damrong-ongtrakul 58')
HUNGARY LEAGUE      3 (Sándor Kovács 34', Mirko Jovanovic 48', Peter Balassa 90+')
Coaches:            Thailand: Peter Withe (England).
                    Hungary League:
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

27/02/1999, Bangkok, 25000
King's Cup
THAILAND            3 (Kanit Atcharayothin 59', 67', Tongchai Akarapong 63')
HUNGARY LEAGUE      1 (Mirko Jovanovic 5')
Coaches:            Thailand: Peter Withe (England).
                    Hungary League:
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

27/02/1999, Bangkok (Thailand)
King's Cup
BRAZIL U20          7 (Ronaldo Moreira 13', 62', Luis Eduardo Schmidt 20', 
                       Thiago Silva Santos 35', Rodrigo Gral 63', Adriano Pereira 74', 90')
NORTH KOREA         1 (Chon Kwon 30')
Coaches:            Brazil U20: Antonio Barroso.
                    North Korea:
Cards:              Brazil U20:
                    North Korea: Chon Kwon [R].
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

03/03/1999, Ciudad de Guatemala, Estadio Mateo Flores, 20000
Copa De la Paz
GUATEMALA           2 (César Alegria 19', Edgar Valencia 75')
PARAGUAY            3 (Juan Esteban Peralta 69', Juan Carlos Centurión 86' pen, 
                       Tomas González 89')
Guatemala:          Edgar Estrada, Catalino Molina, Iván León, Álvaro Jiménez 
                    (Julio García 30'), Germán Ruano, Julio Rodas (Otto Rodríguez 46'), 
                    Julio Girón, Jorge Pérez, Claudio Rojas, César Alegria (Edgar Valencia 60').
Paraguay:           Justo Villar, Ignacio Rolón, Juan Ortiz, Miguel Ángel Acosta,
                    Carlos Estigarribia, Adolfo Jara, Juan Carlos Centurión, Mauro Caballero, 
                    Carlos Alberto González (Juan Esteban Peralta 58'), Ricardo Gómez 
                    (Tomas González 58'), Ronald Gaona Pascottini (?. Bernal 46').
Referee: 
Coaches:            Guatemala: Benjamin Monterroso.
                    Paraguay: Ever Almeida.
Cards:              Guatemala: Germán Ruano [R 82'].
                    Paraguay:
Notes:              Paraguay's third goal-scorer also reported as Mauro Caballero 89'.
                    Guatemala substitute Julio García also reported as Fredy García.

03/03/1999, Ciudad de Guatemala (Guatemala), Estadio Mateo Flores
Copa De la Paz
BOLIVIA             0
JAMAICA             0
Bolivia:            Marco Barrero, Fernando Ochoaizpur (Richard Uriona), Marco Sandy,
                    Miguel Rimba, Oscar Sánchez, Vladimir Soria, Mauricio Ramos 
                    (Marco Etcheverry), Milton Coimbra, Sergio Castillo, Iván Castillo, 
                    Roger Suárez (Jaime Moreno).
Jamaica:            Aaron Lawrence, Christopher Dawes, Stephen Malcolm (Robert Scarlett), 
                    Anthony Waugh, Ian Goodison, Winston Griffith (Kevin Deer), Steve Green,
                    Fabian Davis, Garth Peterkin, Theodore Whitmore, Ricardo Fuller.
Referee:
Coaches:            Bolivia: Héctor Veira (Argentina).
                    Jamaica:
Note:               Bolivia player Roger Suárez also reported as Juan Berthy Surez.

05/03/1999, Ciudad de Guatemala, Estadio Mateo Flores, 10000
Copa De la Paz
GUATEMALA           0
BOLIVIA             3 (Fernando Ochoaizpur 8', Milton Coimbra 57', Oscar Sánchez 63')
Guatemala:          Edgar Estrada, Iván León, Nelson Cáceres, Guillermo Molina 
                    (Otto Rodríguez), Alvaro Jiménez, Claudio Rojas, Jorge Rodas, 
                    Julio Girón, César Alegria, Fredy García, Carlos Ruiz.
Bolivia:            Marco Barrero, Fernando Ochoaizpur, Marco Sandy, Marco Antonio Rimba, 
                    Oscar Sánchez, Richard Uriona (Vladimir Soria), Sergio Castillo, 
                    Jaime Moreno (Mauricio Ramos), Iván Castillo, Milton Coimbra, 
                    Marco Etcheverry (Luis Liendo).
Referee:            Rafael Rodríguez (El Salvador).
Coaches:            Guatemala: Benjamin Monterroso.
                    Bolivia: Héctor Veira (Argentina).

05/03/1999, Ciudad de Guatemala (Guatemala), Estadio Mateo Flores, 10000
Copa De la Paz
PARAGUAY            3 (Carlos Alberto González 43', Raúl Román 59', 88')
JAMAICA             1 (Theodore Whitmore 22')
Paraguay:           Justo Villar, Juan Ortiz (Ronald Goana Pascottini), Ignacio Rolón, 
                    Delio Toledo,  Miguel Ángel Acosta, Carlos Estigarribia, 
                    Adolfo Jara Heyn, Juan Centurión, Mauro Caballero (Tomás González), 
                    Carlos Alberto González, Ricardo Gómez (Raúl Román).
Jamaica: 
Referee:            Hugo Castillo (Guatemala).
Coaches:            Paraguay: Ever Almeida.
                    Jamaica:

11/03/1999, Los Angeles (USA), Memorial Coliseum, 34154
US Cup
MEXICO              2 (Joél Sánchez 53', 58')
BOLIVIA             1 (Fernando Ochoaizpur 3')
Mexico:             Adolfo Ríos, Miguel Zepeda, Claudio Suárez, Joél Sánchez, Salvador Carmona
                    (Rafael García 78'), Pavel Pardo (Raúl Rodrigo Lara 65'), Salvador Cabrera
                    (Alberto García Aspe 46'), Paulo César Chávez (Ramón Ramírez 46'), 
                    José Manuel Abundis, Luis Hernández (Germán Villa 87'), Cuauhtémoc Blanco.
Bolivia:            Marco Barrero, Iván Castillo, Juan Manuel Peña, Marco Sandy,
                    Oscar Sánchez, Sergio Castillo (Mauricio Ramos 81'), Fernando Ochoaizpur 
                    (Richard Uriona 90'), Luis Cristaldo, Jaime Moreno 
                    (Juan Berthy Suárez 77'), Marco Etcheverry, Milton Coimbra.
Referee:            Timothy Weyland (USA).
Coaches:            Mexico: Manuel Lapuente.
                    Bolivia: Ovidio Meza.

13/03/1999, San Diego (USA), Qualcomm Stadium, 50324
US Cup
GUATEMALA           2 (Jorge Pérez 18', Edgar Valencia 26')
BOLIVIA             1 (Juan Carlos Farah 49')
Guatemala:          Julio Engelenton, José Molina (Catalino Pascal 46'), Nelson Cáceres,
                    Jorge Pérez, Julio Rafael, Claudio Rojas, Guillermo Ortega,
                    Germán Ruano, Edgar Valencia (Erik Miranda 67'), Julio Rodas
                    (Carlos Ruiz 78), Martin Machón. 
Bolivia:            Marco Barrero, Marco Sandy (Juan Carlos Farah 46'), Luis Cristaldo,
                    Sergio Castillo (Mauricio Ramos 46'), Marco Etcheverry, Milton Coimbra,
                    Luis Liendo (Rolando Rea 85'), Juan Manuel Peña, Eduardo Jiguchi  
                    (Richard Rojas 81'), Juan Berthy Suárez, Iván Castillo 
                    (Richard Uriona 46').
Referee:            Brian Hall (USA).
Coaches:            Guatemala:
                    Bolivia: Ovidio Meza.
Cards:              Guatemala: None.
                    Bolivia: Luis Liendo [Y 35'], Milton Coimbra [Y 45+'], 
                             Luis Cristaldo [Y 52'].

28/03/1999, Seoul, Olympic Stadium, 60000
Friendly International
SOUTH KOREA         1 (Kim Do-Hoon 90')
BRAZIL              0
South Korea:        Kim Byung-Ji, Shin Hong-Ki (Choi Sung-Yong 72'), Lee Im-Saeng,
                    Kim Tae-Young (Kim Sang-Hoon 77'), Hong Myung-Bo [c], Yoo Sang-Cheol
                    (Yoon Jung-Hwan 84'), Noh Jung-Yoon (Lee Eul-Yong 52'), Ha Seok-Joo,
                    Hwang Seon-Hong, Seo Dong-Won, Kim Do-Keoun (Seo Jung-Won 36'
                    (Kim Do-Hoon 84')).
Brazil:             Rogério Ceni, Cafu, Odvan, César, Flávio Conceição, Serginho (Felipe 83'),
                    Amoroso, Zé Roberto, Jardel (Fábio Júnior 65'), Rivaldo, 
                    Juninho Pernambucano (Alessandro 65').
Referee:            Selearajen Subramaniam (Malaysia).
Coaches:            South Korea: Huh Jung-Moo.
                    Brazil: Wanderley Luxemburgo.
Cards:              South Korea: Hong Myung-Bo [Y 39'], Shin Hong-Ki [Y 71'].
                    Brazil: None.

30/03/1999, Liège, Schlessin, 18612
Friendly International
BELGIUM             0
EGYPT               1 (Hazem Emam 13')
Belgium:            Ronald Gaspercic, Régis Genaux, Gordan Vidovic, Glen De Boeck, 
                    Philippe Léonard (Bart Goor 75'), Cristiaan Janssens (Didier Ernst 46'),
                    Marc Wilmots (Stefaan Tanghe 60'), Luis Oliveira (Mbo Mpenza 60'),
                    Emile Mpenza, Johan Walem, Sandy Martens.
Egypt:              Nader El-Sayed, Ibrahim Hassan, Mohamed Emara (Mohamed Youssef 65'),
                    Hany Ramzy, Samir Kamouna, Medhat Abdel Hady, Yasser Radwan, Hossam Hassan, 
                    Abdel Sattar Sabry, Hazem Emam (Abdel Hamid Bassiouny 90'), Ahmed Hassan 
                    (Abdel Zaher El-Saqua 89').
Referee:            Dominique Tavel (Switzerland).
Coaches:            Belgium: Georges Leekens.
                    Egypt: Mahmoud El-Gohary.
Cards:              Belgium: Johan Walem [Y 23'], Régis Genaux [Y 85'].
                    Egypt: Mohammed Omara [Y 51'].

31/03/1999, Kingston, 25000
Friendly International
JAMAICA             3 (Marcus Gayle 5', Theodore Whitmore 37', David Johnson 47')
PARAGUAY            0
Jamaica:            Aaron Lawrence, Fabian Davis (Steve Green 73'), Ian Goodison,
                    Christopher Dawes, Anthony Waugh, Theodore Whitmore, Ricardo Gardner,
                    Fitzroy Simpson (Winston Griffiths 72'), Ricardo Fuller 
                    (David Johnson 46'), Marcus Gayle (Ainsworth Kerr 70').
Paraguay:           Justo Villar (Ricardo Tavarelli 46'), Juan Esteban Peralta 
                    (Ignacio Rolón 46'), Denis Caniza, Miguel Ángel Acosta, 
                    Julio César Enciso, Carlos Alberto González, Ra#250;l Román,
                    Guido Alvarenga (Juan Carlos Centurión 71'), Carlos Humberto Paredes, 
                    Mauro Caballero (Aniceto Rivas 71'), José Cardozo (Ricardo Gómez 80').
Referee:            Godfrey Bowen (Cayman Islands).
Coaches:

31/03/1999, Tokyo, National Stadium, 53903
Friendly International (Kirin Beverage Challenge)
JAPAN               0
BRAZIL              2 (Amoroso 13', Émerson 48')
Japan:              Takashi Shimoda, Masami Ihara (Ryuzo Morioka 63'), Yutaka Akita, 
                    Naoki Soma, Toshihide Saito, Kazuaki Tasaka, Hidetoshi Nakata, 
                    Hiroshi Nanami, Teruyoshi Ito, Masashi Nakayama (Atsushi Yanagisawa 82'),
                    Shoji Jo (Wagner Lopes 82').
Brazil:             Rogério Ceni, Cafu (Rogério 66'), Odvan, César (Scheidt 46'), Felipe, 
                    Flávio Conceição, Émerson, Juninho Pernambucano, Rivaldo,
                    Amoroso, Fábio Júnior.
Referee:            Shamsul Maidin (Singapore).
Coaches:            Japan: Philippe Troussier (France).
                    Brazil: Wanderley Luxemburgo.
Cards:              None.

31/03/1999, Amsterdam, Amsterdam ArenA, 55132
Friendly International
NETHERLANDS         1 (Edgar Davids 9')
ARGENTINA           1 (Gabriel Batistuta 82')
Netherlands:        Edwin van der Sar, Michael Reiziger, Kees van Wonderen 
                    (Bert Konterman 46'), Frank de Boer [c], Phillip Cocu, Boudewijn Zenden,
                    Clarence Seedorf, Edgar Davids, Marc Overmars (Peter van Vossen 57'), 
                    Dennis Bergkamp (Marc van Hintum 79'), Patrick Kluivert.
Argentina:          Carlos Roa, Roberto Néstor Sensini (Gustavo López 79'), Roberto Ayala,
                    Mauricio Pochettino, Javier Zanetti, Fernando Redondo, Nelson Vivas,
                    Juan Sebastián Verón, Ariel Ortega [c] (Andrés Guglielminpietro 46'
                    (Hernán Crespo 81'), Gabriel Batistuta, Claudio López.
Referee:            Graham Poll (England).
Coaches:            Netherlands: Frank Rijkaard.
                    Argentina: Marcelo Bielsa.
Cards:              Netherlands: Edgar Davids [Y 57', R 73'], Phillip Cocu [Y 72'].
                    Argentina: Claudio López [Y], Mauricio Pochettino [Y],
                               Roberto Néstor Sensini [Y].
Note:               An Argentine source reports the van Hintum substitution at 64'.

14/04/1999, Monterrey, Universitario,  25000
Friendly International
MEXICO              0
ECUADOR             0
Mexico:             Adolfo Ríos (Oscar Pérez 46'), Pavel Pardo, Joél Sánchez, Sergio Almaguer
                    (Germán Villa 71'), Salvador Carmona, Raúl Rodrigo Lara 
                    (Rafael García 46'), Ramón Ramírez, Paulo César Chávez, Cuauhtémoc Blanco,
                    Luis García (Jesús Arellano 54'), Luis Hernández.
Ecuador:            José Francisco Cevallos, Marlon Ayoví (Omar De Jesús Borja 69'), 
                    Iván Hurtado, Franklin Anangonó, Alberto Montaño, John Patricio Cagua,
                    Jimmy Blandón, Héctor Johnny Carabalí, Alex Aguinaga (Kléber Chalá 46'),
                    Iván Kaviedes (Eduardo Hurtado 46'), Ariel Graziani (Agustín Delgado 46').
Referee:            Fred Stoll (USA).
Coaches:            Mexico: Mario Carrillo.
                    Ecuador: Carlos Sevilla.
Note:               Referee also reported as Kevin Scott (USA).

27/04/1999, Belfast, Windsor Park, 7663
Friendly International
NORTHERN IRELAND    1 (Paul McVeigh 90+')
CANADA              1 (Marc Bircham 67')
Northern Ireland:   Maik Taylor (Tommy Wright 46'), Aaron Hughes, Kevin Horlock, Steve Lomas,
                    Mark Williams, Barry Hunter, Jon McCarthy (Rory Hamill 58'), Phil Mulryne
                    (Danny Sonner 81'), Iain Dowie (Glenn Ferguson 73'), Adrian Coote
                    (Paul McVeigh 73'), Keith Rowland.
Canada:             Craig Forrest, Brad Parker, Mark Watson, Jason De Vos, Jeff Clarke, 
                    Davide Xausa (Marc Bircham 59'), Nick Dasovic, Jason Bent, Jim Brennan,
                    Paul Peschisolido, Paul Stalteri (Garret Kusch 66').
Referee:            Michael McCurry (Scotland).
Coaches:            Northern Ireland: Lawrie McMenemy.
                    Canada: Holger Osieck (Germany).
Cards:              Northern Ireland: none.
                    Canada: Davide Xausa [Y].
Note:               Northern Irish goal scorer also reported as Brad Parker OG.

28/04/1999, København, Parken, 17592
Friendly International
DENMARK             1 (Ebbe Sand 41')
SOUTH AFRICA        1 (John Moshoeu 72')
South Africa:       Hans Vonk, David Nyathi, Lucas Radebe [c] (Aaron Mokoena 86'),
                    Pierre Issa, Mark Fish, Thabo Mngomeni, Quinton Fortune (John Moshoeu 58'),
                    Theophilus "Doctor" Khumalo, Helman Mkhalele, Pollen Ndlanya 
                    (McDonald Mukansi 81'), Philemon Masinga.
Denmark:            Peter Schmeichel [c], Søren Colding, René Hendriksen, Thomas Helveg
                    (Søren Frederiksen 85'), Jan Heintze, Thomas Gravesen (Michael Schjønberg 78'),
                    Stig Tøfting, Martin Jørgensen (Bjarne Goldbæk 60'), Jesper Gronkjær
                    (Brian Steen Nielsen 78'), Jon Dahl Tomasson (Miklos Molnar 60'), Ebbe Sand.
Referee:            René Temmink (Netherlands).
Coaches:            Denmark: Bo Johansson (Sweden).
                    South Africa: Trott Moloto.
Cards:              Denmark: None.
                    South Africa: David Nyathi [Y], Lucas Radebe [Y], Thabo Mngomeni [Y].

28/04/1999, Pedro Juan Caballero, Estadio Río Piripití, 20000
Friendly International
PARAGUAY            2 (Juan Daniel Cáceres 20', Mauro Caballero 65')
MEXICO              1 (Jesús Arellano 90')
Paraguay:           Justo Villar (Ricardo Tavarelli 46'), Ignacio Rolón, Rubén Maldonado,
                    Juan Daniel Cáceres, Julio Cabrera, Diego Gavilán, Julio Enciso,
                    Mauricio Pérez (Delio Toledo 46'), Guido Alvarenga (Silvio Garay 87'),
                    Mauro Caballero (Tomás González 74'), Roque Santa Cruz.
Mexico:             Adolfo Ríos, Miguel Zepeda (Salvador Carmona 52'), Joaquín Beltrán
                    (Raúl Rodrigo Lara 52'), Joél Sánchez, Sergio Almaguer, Rafael García,
                    Pavel Pardo, Salvador Cabrera (Paulo César Chávez 70'),
                    José Manuel Abundis, Luis Hernández, Juan Francisco Palencia
                    (Jesús Arellano 46').
Referee:            Horacio Elizondo (Argentina).
Coaches:            Paraguay: Ever Almeida (Uruguay).
                    Mexico: Manuel Lapuente.
Cards:              Paraguay: Mauro Caballero [Y], Guido Alvarenga [Y].
                    Mexico: Juan Francisco Palencia [Y], Salvador Carmona [Y].

28/04/1999, Arnhem, Gelredome, 24000
Friendly International
NETHERLANDS         1 (Ruud van Nistelrooij 88')
MOROCCO             2 (Youssef Chippo 58', Salaheddine Bassir 69')
Netherlands:        Edwin van der Sar [c], Kees van Wonderen, Jean-Paul van Gastel, 
                    Bert Konterman, Marc van Hintum, Dries Boussatta (Aron Winter 66'), 
                    Clarence Seedorf (Youri Mulder 80'), Giovanni van Bronckhorst, 
                    Marc Overmars (Peter van Vossen 46'), Ruud van Nistelrooij, Michael Mols.
Morocco:            Khalid Fouhami, Lahcen Abrami, Nourredine Naybet [c], Youssef Rossi,
                    Abdelkrim El-Hadrioui, Adil Ramzi (Jamal Sellami 90'), Tahar El-Khalej,
                    Youssef Chippo (Said Chiba 77'), Abdeljalil Hadda, Salaheddine Bassir 
                    (Hicham Zerouali 87'), Mustapha Hadji.
Referee:            Fernand Meese (Belgium).
Coaches:            Netherlands: Frank Rijkaard.
                    Morocco: Henri Michel (France).

06/05/1999, Port of Spain, Hasley Crawford Stadium, 10000
Friendly International
TRINIDAD/TOBAGO     2 (Mickey Trotman 27', Stern John 52')
SOUTH AFRICA        0
Trinidad/Tobago:    Clayton Ince, Derek King (Kerwyn Jemmot 81'), Sherwyn Julien, 
                    Shurland David, Angus Eve, Arnold Dwarika (Hector Sam 89'), David Nakhid,
                    Lyndon Andrews (Stokely Mason 64'), Ansil Elcock, Stern John, 
                    Mickey Trotman.
South Africa:       Brian Baloyi, Matthew Booth, Michael Manzini (Godfrey Sapula 46'),
                    Fabian McCarthy, Clyde Mahlangu, Thabo Mngomeni, 
                    Theophilus "Doctor" Khumalo [c], Joel Masilela, Papi Mbhele, Pollen Ndlanya
                    (McDonald Mukansi 46'), Daniel Mudau (Siyabonga Nomvete 70').
Referee:            Peter Prendergast (Jamaica).
Coaches:            Trinidad/Tobago: Bertille St. Clair.
                    South Africa: Trott Moloto.
Cards:              Trinidad/Tobago: Ansil Elcock [Y].
                    South Africa: Daniel Mudau [Y].

09/05/1999, Kingston, National Stadium, 40000
Friendly International
JAMAICA             1 (Theodore Whitmore 37')
SOUTH AFRICA        1 (Daniel Mudau 21')
Jamaica:            Aaron Lawrence, Onandi Lowe (Garth Peterkin 46'), Ian Goodison,
                    Clifton Waugh, Fabian Davis (Steve Green 70'), Winston Griffiths,
                    Christopher Dawes, Theodore Whitmore, Fitzroy Simpson 
                    (Robert Scarlett 63'), Marcus Gayle (Paul Hall 59'), Ricardo Fuller.
South Africa:       Brian Baloyi, Themba Mnguni, Papi Khomane, Fabian McCarthy, Thabo Mngomeni
                    (Junaid Hartley 51'), Godfrey Sapula, Theophilus "Doctor" Khumalo [c],
                    Jerome McCarthy (Michael Manzini 70'), Joel Masilela, Daniel Mudau
                    (Pollen Ndlanya 80'), Siyabonga Nomvete (McDonald Mukansi 60').
Referee:            Ramesh Ramdhan (Trinidad/Tobago).
Coaches:            Jamaica: René Simoes (Brazil).
                    South Africa: Trott Moloto.
Cards:              Jamaica: Fabian Davis [Y], Onandi Lowe [Y].
                    South Africa: Fabian McCarthy [Y], Godfrey Sapula [Y].

20/05/1999, Oslo, Ullevaal, 9630
Friendly International
NORWAY              6 (Tore André Flo 5', 53', Steffen Iversen 71', Øyvind Leonhardsen 75',
                       Tore André Dahlum 82', Andreas Lund 90')
JAMAICA             0
Norway:             Thomas Myhre (Frode Olsen 83'), Vegard Heggem, Bjørn Otto Bragstad,
                    Erik Hoftun, André Bergdølmo (Gunnar Halle 79'), Petter Rudi
                    (Tore André Dahlum 46'), Steffen Iversen (Trond Andersen 79'),
                    Kjetil Rekdal (Eirik Bakke 68'), Øyvind Leonhardsen, Vidar Riseth,
                    Tore André Flo (Andreas Lund 77').
Jamaica:            Aaron Lawrence, Frank Sinclair, Onandi Lowe, Ian Goodison, Fabian Davis,
                    Christopher Dawes, Theodore Whitmore (Steve Green 73'), Darryl Powell
                    (Robert Scarlett 60'), Winston Griffiths, Marcus Gayle, Ricardo Fuller
                    (Paul Hall 46').
Referee:            Andreas Schluchter (Switzerland).
Coaches:            Norway: Nils Johan Semb.
                    Jamaica: René Simoes (Brazil).
Cards:              Norway: None.
                    Jamaica: Ian Goodison [Y 84'].

27/05/1999, Stockholm, Råsunda, 27298
Friendly International
SWEDEN              2 (Yksel Osmanovski 18', 29')
JAMAICA             1 (Marcus Gayle 76')
Sweden:             Magnus Hedman, Roland Nilsson (Tomas Gustavsson 46'), Patrik Andersson 
                    (Johan Anegrund 67'), Pontus Kåmark, Ronnie Hellstrom, 
                    Magnus Svensson, Andreas Andersson, Daniel Andersson, Fredrik Ljungberg 
                    (Fredrik Soderstrom 46'), Jorgen Pettersson (Mattias Jonsson 46'), 
                    Yksel Osmanovski.
Jamaica:            Aaron Lawrence (Donovan Ricketts 46'), Christopher Dawes, Ian Goodison,
                    Winston Griffiths, Marcus Gayle, Theodore Whitmore (Damian Johnson 56'),
                    Steve Green (Paul Hall 46'), Garth Peterkin (Michael Johnson 28'), 
                    Fabian Davis (Ricardo Fuller 84'), Frank Sinclair, Onandi Lowe 
                    (Darryl Powell 46').
Referee:            Jack van Hulten (Netherlands).
Coaches:            Sweden: Tommy Söderberg.
                    Jamaica: René Simoes (Brazil).

29/05/1999, Concepción, Estadio Regional, 19076
Friendly International
CHILE               3 (Clarence Acuña 44, Esteban Valencia 60', Pedro González 79')
COSTA RICA          0
Chile:              Nelson Tapia, Raúl Palacios, Jorge Vargas, Miguel Ramírez 
                    (Pablo Contreras 17'), Franciscio Rojas (Miguel Ponce 83'), 
                    Marcos Villaseca, Clarence Acuña, Esteban Valencia (Roberto Carlos 73'),
                    David Pizarro (Moisés Villarreal 80'), Pedro González, Marcelo Salas 
                    (Claudio Núñez 69').
Costa Rica:         Erick Lonnis, Jervis Drummond (Mauricio Garita 46'), Víctor Cordero, 
                    Maximilian Peynado, Austin Berry, Mauricio Solís (Jeaustin Campos 56'),
                    Trino De la O (Alonso Solís 69'), Steven Bryce, Rónald Gómez,
                    Rolando Fonseca, Paulo César Wanchope (Gérald Drummond 69').
Referee:            Guido Aros (Chile).
Coaches:            Chile: Nelson Acosta (Uruguay).
                    Costa Rica: Francisco Maturana (Colombia).
Cards:              Chile: Pablo Contreras [Y 54'], Clarence Acuña [Y 63'],
                           Marcos Villaseca [Y 72']. 
                    Costa Rica: Maximilian Peynado [Y 20'], Mauricio Solís [Y 27'], 
                                Steven Bryce [Y 29'], Trino De la O [Y 31'], 
                                Austin Berry [Y 75'].
Note:               Venue is also reported as San José (Costa Rica).

29/05/1999, East Rutherford (USA), Giants Stadium, 43192
Friendly International
EL SALVADOR         2 (Elias Montes 47', Ronald Cerritos 63')
COLOMBIA            1 (Héctor Hurtado 24')
El Salvador:        Sergio Muñoz, Roberto Hernández, Alexander Merino, Mario Guevara, 
                    ?. Florez (Oscar Ramírez 87'), Roberto Martínez 
                    (Guillermo Ramíre 57'), ?. Velásquez (Elias Montes 46'), 
                    ?. Rodríguez, Ernesto Gochez (Magdonio Corrales 83'),
                    Ronald Cerritos (Jorge Martínez 74'), Raúl Díaz Arce.
Colombia:           Agustín Julio, Jersson González, Pedro Portocarrero, Manuel Galarcio,
                    Roberto Cortés (Foad Máziri 69'), Juan Ramírez (Rubiel Quintana 46'), 
                    Gustavo Del Toro, Freddy Grisales, Héctor Hurtado, Edwin Congo,
                    Orlando Ballesteros (Julián Téllez 61').
Referee:            Ali Saheli (USA).
Coaches:            El Salvador:
                    Colombia: Javier Álvarez.

30/05/1999, Kyoto (Japan), Nishikyoguku Stadium, 9262
Kirin Cup
PERU                1 (Flavio Maestri 6')
BELGIUM             1 (Stefaan Tanghe 27')
Peru:               Oscar Ibáñez, Luis Guadalupe, Juan Reynoso, Miguel Rebosio, Jorge Soto,
                    Juan Jayo, Nolberto Solano, José Pereda (Juan Velásquez 75'), 
                    Roberto Palacios, Flavio Maestri, Claudio Pizarro (Andrés Mendoza 60').
Belgium:            Filip De Wilde (Philippe Vande Walle 19'), Bertrand Crasson,
                    Lorenzo Staelens, Gordan Vidovic, Wilfried Delbroeck (Glen De Boeck 84'),
                    Yves Vanderhaeghe, Mark Hendrikx (Tjörven De Brul 87'), Stefaan Tanghe,
                    Bart Goor, Gert Verheyen (Peter Van Houdt 83'), Sandy Martens 
                    (Antonio Brogno 85').
Referee:            Naotsugu Fuse (Japan).
Coaches:            Peru: Juan Carlos Oblitas.
                    Belgium: Georges Leekens.
Cards:              Peru: José Pereda [Y 28'], Nolberto Solano [Y 90'].
                    Belgium: Sandy Martens [Y 11'], Wilfried Delbroeck [Y 45'].
Note:               A Peruvian source reports that Jayo, Staelens and Vidovic also received 
                    yellow cards, but Delbroeck did not.

??/06/1999
Friendly International
GUAM                3
MICRONESIA          0
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

??/06/1999
Friendly International
GUAM                4
MICRONESIA          1
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

02/06/1999
Friendly International
JAPAN OLYMPIC       0
PERU                3
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

02/06/1999, Edmonton (Canada), Commonwealth Stadium, 5386
Maple Cup
ECUADOR             1 (Alberto Montaño 39')
IRAN                1 (Ali Mousavi 65')
Ecuador:            Geovanny Ibarra, Franklin Anangonó, Iván Hurtado, Alberto Montaño,
                    Ulises De la Cruz, John Patricio Cagua, Jimmy Blandón, Luis González,
                    Agustín Delgado, Eduardo Hurtado (Luis Moreira 70'), Ariel Graziani.
Iran:               Parviz Broumand, Mehdi Hashemi-Nasab, Javad Zarincheh, Sattar Hamedani,
                    Mahmoud Fekri (Ali Mousavi 57'), Ali Reza Sahand-Razian, Mehrdad Minavand,
                    Sirous Deenmohamadi (Ismael Halali 82'), Hamid Reza Estili, Ali Daei, 
                    Vahid Hashemian (Farhad Majidi 56').
Referee:            Mike Seifert (Canada).
Coaches:            Ecuador: Carlos Sevilla.
                    Iran: Mansour Pourhaidari.
Cards:              Ecuador: Jimmy Blandón [Y].
                    Iran: Farhad Majidi [Y].

03/06/1999, Tokyo, National Stadium, 54685
Kirin Cup
JAPAN               0
BELGIUM             0
Japan:              Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi, Toshihide Saito, Naoki Soma, Yutaka Akita,
                    Teruyoshi Ito, Hidetoshi Nakata, Hiroshi Nanami, Wagner Lopes 
                    (Daisuke Oku 87'), Toshiya Fujita (Atsushi Yanagisawa 59'), Kazuaki Tasaka
                    (Toshihiro Hattori 45'), Ryuzo Morioka.
Belgium:            Geert De Vlieger, Gordan Vidovic (Glen De Boeck 27'), Lorenzo Staelens,
                    Bart Goor, Yves Vanderhaeghe, Wilfried Delbroeck (Christiaan Janssens 88'),
                    Stefaan Tanghe, Mark Hendrikx, Sandy Martens (Jürgen Cavens 64'),
                    Gert Verheyen (Mbo Mpenza 64'), Tjörven De Brul.
Referee:            Kim Tae-Young (South Korea).
Coaches:            Japan: Philippe Troussier (France).
                    Belgium: Georges Leekens.
Cards:              Japan: none.
                    Belgium: Wilfried Delbroeck [Y 48'], Tjörven De Brul [Y 49'], 
                             Lorenzo Staelens [Y 90'].

04/06/1999, Edmonton, Commonwealth Stadium, 8865
Maple Cup
CANADA U23          0
IRAN                1 (Ali Daei 71')
Canada U23:         Pat Onstad, Jason De Vos, Paul Fenwick, Mark Watson, Jim Brennan,
                    Marc Bircham, Garret Kusch (Jason Bent 46'), Paul Stalteri, Nick Dasovic,
                    Davide Xausa, Carl Fletcher (Jeff Clarke 68').
Iran:               Parviz Broumand, Mehdi Hashemi-Nasab, Javad Zarincheh, Sattar Hamedani,
                    Sohrab Bakhtiarzadeh, Hamid Estili, Mahmoud Fekri 
                    (Sirous Dinmohammadi 62'), Ismael Halali (Ali Reza Sahand-Razian 70'),
                    Mehrdad Minavand, Ali Daei, Ali Mousavi (Farhad Majidi 77').
Referee:            Antonio Mendoza (USA).
Coaches:            Canada U23: Holger Osieck (Germany).
                    Iran: Mansour Pourhaidari.
Cards:              Canada U23: Marc Bircham [Y 60'].
                    Iran: Ali Reza Sahand-Razian [Y 83'].
Note:               Match is a full FIFA international.

04/06/1999, Edmonton (Canada), Commonwealth Stadium
Maple Cup
ECUADOR             3 (Ariel Graziani 15', 56', Agustín Delgado 48')
GUATEMALA U23       1 (Andrés Rivera 20')
Ecuador:            José Francisco Cevallos, Ulises De la Cruz, Iván Hurtado, Alberto Montaño,
                    John Patricio Cagua (Dannes Coronel 56'), Jimmy Blandón, Luis González,
                    Alex Aguinaga (Nicolas Ascencio 62'), Ariel Graziani, Eduardo Hurtado 
                    (Franklin Anangonó 46'), Agustín Delgado.
Guatemala U23:      Edgar Estrada, Stanley Gardiner, Jorge Pérez (Julio García 65'),
                    Julio Girón, Francisco González, Carlos Ruiz, Guillermo Ramírez,
                    Andrés Rivera, Germán Ruano, Jairo Pérez, Edgar Everaldo Valencia 
                    (Fredy García 78').
Referee:            Jerry Proctor (Canada).
Coaches:            Ecuador: Carlos Sevilla.
                    Guatemala U23:
Notes:              Match is a full FIFA international.
                    Guatemala goal-scorer also reported as Guillermo Ramírez 26'.

04/06/1999, Port of Spain (Trinidad/Tobago), Dr. João Havelange Centre of Excellence, 2000
Copa Caribe
BRAZIL U20          5 (Juliano Vincente 22', Ewerton de Souza 68', 74', Marcio da Silva 80',
                       Mendes 87'
ST. KITTS/NEVIS     0
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

05/06/1999, Salvador, Estádio da Fonte Nova, 35000
Friendly International
BRAZIL              2 (Amoroso 27', Giovanni 45')
NETHERLANDS         2 (Patrick Kluivert 62', Peter van Vossen 67')
Brazil:             Dida, Evanílson, Antônio Carlos, Aldair, Roberto Carlos, Émerson,
                    Djair, Leonardo [c] (Juninho Paulista 75'), Rivaldo (Zé Roberto 87'),
                    Giovanni (Denílson 62'), Amoroso (Roni 84').
Netherlands:        Edwin van der Sar, Michael Reiziger (André Ooijer 46'), Bert Konterman,
                    Frank de Boer [c], Giovanni van Bronckhorst, Ronald de Boer 
                    (Boudewijn Zenden 46'), Clarence Seedorf, Edgar Davids, Phillip Cocu 
                    (Peter van Vossen 34'), Ruud van Nistelrooij, Patrick Kluivert.
Referee:            Epifanio González (Paraguay).
Coaches:            Brazil: Wanderley Luxemburgo.
                    Netherlands: Frank Rijkaard.
Cards:              Brazil: None.
                    Netherlands: Edgar Davids [Y 50'], Clarence Seedorf [Y 77'].

05/06/1999, Seoul, Olympic Stadium, 58000
Friendly International
SOUTH KOREA         1 (Ko Jong-Soo 90+' pen)
BELGIUM             2 (Sandy Martens 23', 31')
South Korea:        Kim Byung-Ji, Lee Ki-Hyung, Kim Tae-Young, Hong Myung-Bo [c],
                    Lee Sang-Heon, Yoo Sang-Cheol (Kang Cheol 32'), Ha Seok-Joo
                    (Choi Yoon-Yeol 39'), Noh Jung-Yoon (Ko Jong-Soo 66'), Seo Jung-Won
                    (Ahn Jung-Hwan 73'), Hwang Seon-Hong.
Belgium:            Philippe Vande Walle, Lorenzo Staelens [c], Bart Goor, Tjörven De Brul,
                    Yves Vanderhaeghe, Stefaan Tanghe (Christiaan Janssens 87'), Mark Hendrikx 
                    (Bertrand Crasson 83'), Sandy Martens (Glen De Boeck 82'), Gert Verheyen,
                    Carl Hoefkens, Jürgen Cavens (Mbo Mpenza 81').
Referee:            Masayoshi Okada (Japan).
Coaches:            South Korea: Huh Jung-Moo.
                    Belgium: Georges Leekens.
Cards:              South Korea: Choi Yoon-Yeol [Y 44'], Kim Byung-Ji [Y 51'], 
                                 Kim Do-Hoon [Y 85'].
                    Belgium: Mark Hendrikx [Y 21'], Lorenzo Staelens [Y 62'].
Note:               Belgian source reports South Korean goal scorer as Hwang Seon-Hong, and 
                    does not include the yellow card of Staelens.

06/06/1999, Edmonton (Canada), Commonwealth Stadium, 8865
Maple Cup
IRAN                2 (Sattar Hamedani 53', Vahid Hashemian 89')
GUATEMALA U23       2 (Andrés Rivera 51', Fredy García 79')
Iran:               Hadi Tabatabaei, Mehdi Hashemi-Nasab, Javad Zarincheh, Sattar Hamedani,
                    Sohrab Bakhtiarzadeh, Ali Reza Sahand-Razian, Mehrdad Minavand, 
                    Sirous Dinmohamadi, Hamid Reza Estili (Vahid Hashemian 83'), Ali Daei,
                    Ali Mousavi (Farhad Majidi 83'). [Sub used: Hussain Fefri 54'].
Guatemala U23:      Edgar Estrada, [10 missing].
Referee:            Kevin Terry (USA).
Coaches:            Iran: Mansour Pourhaidari.
                    Guatemala U23:
Cards:              Iran: Ali Daei [R 86'].
                    Guatemala U23:
Note:               Match is a full FIFA international.

06/06/1999, Edmonton, Commonwealth Stadium, 10026
Maple Cup
CANADA U23          1 (Davide Xausa 50')
ECUADOR             2 (Ariel Graziani 17', Jason De Vos 54' OG)
Canada U23:         Pat Onstad, Jim Brennan, Jason De Vos, Tony Menezes, Paul Stalteri,
                    Nick Dasovic (Brad Parker 34'), Marc Bircham (Steve Kindel 46'), 
                    Garret Kusch (Davide Xausa 46'), Mark Watson (Jeff Clarke 46'), 
                    Carl Fletcher, Jason Bent.
Ecuador:            Geovanny Ibarra (José Franciscio Cevallos 46'), Iván Hurtado, 
                    Frankin Anangonó, Alberto Montaño, Ulises De la Cruz, Luis Moreira,
                    Jimmy Blandón, Ariel Graziani, Nicolas Ascencio (Dannes Coronel 57'),
                    Luis González (Jairon Zamora 54'), John Patricio Cagua.
Referee:            Antonio Marrufo (Mexico).
Coaches:            Canada U23: Holger Osieck (Germany).
                    Ecuador: Carlos Sevilla.
Cards:              Canada U23: Mark Watson [Y 24'].
                    Ecuador: Ulises De la Cruz [Y 80'], Ariel Graziani [Y 82'].
Note:               Match is a full FIFA international.

06/06/1999, Yokohama, International Stadium, 67354
Kirin Cup
JAPAN               0
PERU                0
Japan:              Seigo Narasaki, Yutaka Akita, Ryuzo Morioka, Toshihiro Hattori,
                    Naoki Soma, Toshiya Fujita (Atsuhiro Miura 64'), Teruyoshi Ito,
                    Hidetoshi Nakata (Tsuyoshi Kitazawa 85'), Hiroshi Nanami 
                    (Toshihide Saito 46'), Wagner Lopes (Daisuke Oku 71'), Atsushi Yanagisawa.
Peru:               Oscar Ibáñez, Luis Guadalupe (José Chacón 73'), Juan Reynoso,
                    Miguel Rebosio, Jorge Soto, Juan Jayo, Nolberto Solano, José Pereda,
                    Roberto Palacios, Flavio Maestri (Andrés Mendoza 90'), Claudio Pizarro
                    (Roberto Holsen 59').
Referee:            Panya Hanlumyaung (Thailand).
Coaches:            Japan: Philippe Troussier (France).
                    Peru: Juan Carlos Oblitas.
Cards:              Japan: Naoki Soma [Y].
                    Peru: Luis Guadalupe [Y], Nolberto Solano [Y], Juan Jayo [Y].

06/06/1999, Port of Spain (Trinidad/Tobago),  Dr. João Havelange Centre of Excellence
Copa Caribe
CUBA                1 (Ariel Álvarez 49')
BRAZIL U20          0
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

08/06/1999, Port of Spain (Trinidad/Tobago), Dr. João Havelange Centre of Excellence
Copa Caribe
HAITI               4 (Gabriel Michel 33', Wilson Chevalier 61', Patrick Tardieu 68',
                       Eduardo de Souza 85' OG)
BRAZIL U20          3 (Ewerton de Souza 48' pen, Marcio da Silva 70', Alessandro Salvino 82')
Haiti:              Géteau Ferdinand, Ernso Laurince, Eddy César, Sébastien Vorbe,
                    Patrick Tardieu, Chrismonor Thélusma, Ernst Atis, Carlo Marcelin,
                    Gabriel Michel, Bruno Pierre Richard, Wilson Chevalier.
                    [Subs Used: Gary Beauvil, Johnny Descolines].
Brazil U20:         Marcio Kessler, Roni De Aguilac Souza, Anderson Da Silva, Eduardo De Souza,
                    Alessandro Salvino, Ewerton De Souza, Juliano Vicentine, Marcio Da Silva,
                    Jeanderson Silva, Denis Silva, Afonso Martins Jr.
                    [Subs Used: Alessandro Milagres, Silvino Carvalho].
Note:               Not a full FIFA International.

08/06/1999, Goiânia, Estádio Serra Dourada, 25000
Friendly International
BRAZIL              3 (Amoroso 22', Frank de Boer 39' OG, Leonardo 42')
NETHERLANDS         1 (Pierre van Hooijdonk 80')
Brazil:             Dida, Evanílson, Antônio Carlos (João Carlos 78'), Aldair [c], Roberto Carlos,
                    Émerson (Zé Roberto 76'), Djair (Marcos Paulo 46'), Rivaldo,
                    Leonardo (Denílson 73'), Amoroso, Giovanni (Roni 61').
Netherlands:        Sander Westerveld, André Ooijer, Bert Konterman, Frank de Boer [c],
                    Phillip Cocu, Edgar Davids, Ronald de Boer (Marc van Hintum 72'),
                    Boudewijn Zenden, Peter van Vossen, Ruud van Nistelrooij, Patrick Kluivert
                    (Pierre van Hooijdonk 68').
Referee:            Ubaldo Aquino (Paraguay).
Coaches:            Brazil: Wanderley Luxemburgo.
                    Netherlands: Frank Rijkaard.
Cards:              Brazil: Amoroso [Y 35' YR 61'], Rivaldo [R 90'].
                    Netherlands: Peter van Vossen [Y 20' YR 59'], André Ooijer [Y 34' YR 82'],
                                 Phillip Cocu [Y 43'], Edgar Davids [Y 89' R 90'].
Notes:              Brazil's second goal scorer is also reported as Leonardo.
                    It is also reported that Denílson replaced Rivaldo, not Leonardo.

09/06/1999, Chicago (USA), Soldier Field, 64433
Friendly International (Reebok Cup)
ARGENTINA           2 (Julio Cruz 19', Gustavo López 52')
MEXICO              2 (Luis Hernández 13', Paulo César Chávez 75')
Argentina:          Germán Burgos, Hugo Ibarra (Pablo Aimar 83'), Roberto Ayala, 
                    Mauricio Pochettino, Juan Pablo Sorín, Javier Zanetti, Fernando Pandolfi
                    (Andrés Guglielminpietro 46'), Diego Simeone, Gustavo López, Julio Cruz
                    (Sébastian Méndez 73'), Cristian "Kily" González (Claudio Husaín 65').
Mexico:             Jorge Campos (Adolfo Ríos 46'), Paulo César Chávez (Salvador Cabrera 85'),
                    Claudio Suárez, Sergio Almaguer, Pavel Pardo, Gerardo Torrado
                    (Juan Francisco Palencia 61'), Raúl Rodrigo Lara, Alberto García Aspe 
                    (Ramón Ramírez 46'), Cuauhtémoc Blanco, Isaac Terrazas, Luis Hernández.
Referee:            Ricard Grady (USA).
Coaches:            Argentina: Marcelo Bielsa.
                    Mexico: Manuel Lapuente.
Cards:              Argentina: Mauricio Pochettino [Y], Juan Pablo Sorín [Y R 43'],
                               Diego Simeone [Y].
                    Mexico: Cuauhtémoc Blanco [Y], Isaac Terrazas [Y].

12/06/1999, Seoul, Olympic Stadium, 42840
Korea Cup
SOUTH KOREA         1 (Ahn Jung-Hwan 16')
MEXICO              1 (Isaac Terrazas 14')
South Korea:        Lee Woon-Jae, Hong Myung-Bo [c], Kang Cheol, Kim Tae-Young,
                    Choi Sung-Yong (Lee Young-Pyo 22'), Park Jin-Sub, Choi Yoon-Yeol
                    (Ko Jong-Soo 46'), Noh Jung-Yoon (Kim Do-Kyun 62'), Park Sung-Bae,
                    Hwang Seon-Hong (Seo Jung-Won 71'), Ahn Jung-Hwan (Kim Do-Hoon 82').
Mexico:             Adolfo Ríos, Pavel Pardo, Claudio Suárez, Gerardo Torrado 
                    (Ramón Ramírez 46'), Joél Sánchez, Raúl Rodrigo Lara, Isaac Terrazas 
                    (Salvador Cabrera 75'), Alberto García Aspe [c] (Paulo César Chávez 46'),
                    Sergio Almaguer (Juan Francisco Palencia 46'), Cuauhtémoc Blanco, 
                    Luis Hernández.
Referee:            Jun Lu (China).
Coaches:            South Korea: Huh Jung-Moo.
                    Mexico: Manuel Lapuente.
Cards:              South Korea: Park Sung-Bae [Y 26'].
                    Mexico: Cuauhtémoc Blanco [Y 21'], Isaac Terrazas [Y 40'].

13/06/1999, Seoul (South Korea), Tongdaemun, 2000
Korea Cup
CROATIA             2 (Igor Cvitanović 45' pen, Davor Vugrinec 78')
EGYPT               2 (Hossam Hassan 10', 35')
Croatia:            Mario Galinović, Jurica Vranješ, Stjepan Tomas, Mario Cvitanović 
                    (Ivan Leko 65'), Danijel Šarić, Jasmin Agić (Nino Bule 72'), Igor Bišćan, 
                    Igor Cvitanović, Ante Šerić, Josip Šimić, Davor Vugrinec 
                    (Mate Baturina 88').
Egypt:              Nader El-Sayed, Ibrahim Hassan, Mohamed Youssef, Abdel Zaher El-Saqua,
                    Medhat Abdel Hady, Yasser Rayyan (Khaled Bebo 62'), Ahmed Hassan 
                    (Sami El-Sheshini 86'), Hady Khashaba, Hossam Abdel Monem, 
                    Abdel Sattar Sabry (Tarek Moustafa 87'), Hossam Hassan 
                    (Abdel Hamid Bassiouny 56').
Referee:            Ahn Bong-Ki (South Korea).
Coaches:            Croatia: Miroslav Blažević.
                    Egypt: Mahmoud El-Gohary.
Cards:              Croatia: Nino Bule [Y 88'].
                    Egypt: Ahmed Hassan [Y 24'], Abdel Sattar Sabry [Y 33'], 
                           Mohamed Youssef [Y 44'], Ibrahim Hassan [Y 54'].

13/06/1999, Washington DC, RFK Stadium, 40119
Friendly International
USA                 1 (Joe-Max Moore 88')
ARGENTINA           0
USA:                Kasey Keller, Robin Fraser (Gregg Berhalter 69'), Jeff Agoos, C.J. Brown,
                    Eddie Lewis (Joe-Max Moore 60'), Chris Armas, Claudio Reyna [c],
                    Tony Sanneh, Jovan Kirovski, Cobi Jones (Roy Lassiter 77'), Ernie Stewart.
Argentina:          Germán Burgos, Javier Zanetti, Roberto Ayala [c], Mauricio Pochettino,
                    Hugo Ibarra, Claudio Husaín, Diego Simeone, Andrés Guglielminpietro,
                    Pablo Aimar (Cristian "Kily" González 60'), Gustavo López, Julio Cruz 
                    (Fernando Pandolfi 78').
Referee:            Rodrigo Badilla (Costa Rica).
Coaches:            USA: Bruce Arena.
                    Argentina: Marcelo Bielsa.
Cards:              USA: Joe-Max Moore [Y 66'].
                    Argentina: Mauricio Pochettino [Y 62'], Fernando Pandolfi [Y 78'].
Note:               Kasey Keller saved a penalty by Gustavo López at 40'.

15/06/1999, Seoul, Olympic Stadium, 37000
Korea Cup
SOUTH KOREA         0
EGYPT               0
South Korea:        Lee Woon-Jae, Hong Myung-Bo [c], Kang Cheol, Kim Tae-Young, Lee Ki-Hyung
                    (Park Jin-Sub 28'), Lee Young-Pyo, Choi Yoon-Yeol (Kim Do-Kyun 46'
                    (Ko Jong-Soo 88')), Noh Jung-Yoon (Yoon Jung-Hwan 46'), Park Sung-Bae,
                    Hwang Seon-Hong (Seo Jung-Won 76'), Ahn Jung-Hwan.
Egypt:              Esam El-Hadary, Ibrahim Hassan, Abdel Zaher El-Saqua, Medhat Abdel Hady,
                    Mohammed Youssef, Khaled Bebo, Abdel Sattar Sabry (Yasser Rayyan 65'),
                    Hady Khashaba, Abdel Hamid Bassiouny (Tarek Moustafa 79'), Ahmed Hassan 
                    (Sami El-Sheshini 82'), Hossam Abdel Monaem. 
Referee:            Tajaddin Fares (Syria).
Coaches:            South Korea: Huh Jung-Moo.
                    Egypt: Mahmoud El-Gohary.
Cards:              South Korea: Hong Myung-Bo [Y 65'], Park Sung-Bae [Y 73'].
                    Egypt: Ahmed Hassan [Y 67'], Tarek Mostafa [Y 90'].
Note:               Esam El-Hadary saved a penalty by Hwang Seon-Hong at 72'.

16/06/1999, Seoul (South Korea), Tongdaemun, 3000
Korea Cup
CROATIA             2 (Igor Bišćan 44', Josip Šimić 63')
MEXICO              1 (Luis Hernández 25')
Croatia:            Stipe Pletikosa, Ante Šerić, Jurica Vranješ, Josip Bulat 
                    (Renato Pilipović 80'), Stjepan Tomas, Igor Bišćan, Danijel Šarić,
                    Mario Cvitanović, Davor Vugrinec (Ivan Leko 80'), Igor Cvitanović,
                    Josip Šimić (Stanko Bubalo 87').
Mexico:             Oscar Pérez, Pavel Pardo, Joél Sánchez (Salvador Carmona 46'),
                    Claudio Suárez, Rafael Márquez, Ramón Ramírez (Paulo César Chávez 68'),
                    Raúl Rodrigo Lara, Alberto García Aspe (Miguel Zepeda 46'),
                    Juan Francisco Palencia (Jorge Campos 46'), Luis Hernández 
                    (Daniel Osorno 73'), Cuauhtémoc Blanco.
Referee:            Kang Byung-Ho (South Korea).
Coaches:            Croatia: Miroslav Blažević.
                    Mexico: Manuel Lapuente.
Cards:              Croatia: Mario Cvitanović [Y 55'].
                    Mexico: Raúl Rodrigo Lara [Y 30'], Alberto García Aspe [Y 40'],
                            Miguel Zepeda [Y 82'].
Note:               A Mexican source reports that Leko replaced Bišćan, not Vugrinec.

16/06/1999, Bangkok, Rajamangala National Stadium, 20000
Four Nations Tournament
THAILAND            2 (Kiatisuk Semanuang 52', 56')
NEW ZEALAND         2 (Chris Jackson 44', 76')
Thailand won 4-3 on penalties.
Thailand:           Phunsa Meesajthum (Vitrat Wangjun 90'), Choketawee Phomrat, 
                    Chukiat Noosalung, Kritsada Piandit, Pattanapong Sripramod 
                    (Panupong Chimpook 35'), Kowit Foythong (Dusit Chalermsan 58'),
                    Anurak Srikerd, Tananchai Boriban, Thongchai Akarapong 
                    (Apisit Kaikaew 83'), Kiatisuk Senamuang [c], Sakesan Piturat.
New Zealand:        Michael Utting, Sean Douglas, Che Bunce, Gavin Wilkinson, Tinoi Christie
                    (Chris Bouckenooghe 45'), Chris Jackson [c], Ivan Vicelich, Mark Atkinson,
                    Harry Ngata (Mark Elrick 60'), Mark Burton,  Vaughan Coveny.
Coaches:            Thailand: Peter Withe (England).
                    New Zealand: Ken Dugdale.
Cards:              Thailand: None.
                    New Zealand: Chris Jackson [Y 55'], Vaughan Coveny [R 81'].
Penalties:          0-1 Chris Jackson, 1-1 Kiatisuk Senamuang, 1-2 Mark Atkinson,
                    2-2 Choketawee Phomrat, 2-3 Mark Elrick, 3-3 Kritsada Piandit,
                    3-3 Gavin Wilkinson (save), 4-3 Apisit Kaikaew, 4-3 Che Bunce (save).
Note:               Choketawee Phomrat missed a penalty at 89'.

16/06/1999, Bangkok (Thailand), Rajamangala National Stadium, 5000
Four Nations Tournament
BRAZIL XI           2 (Darcy Miguel Monteiro 12', Andre Augusto Dos Santos Quiterio 18')
POLAND              0
Brazil XI:          Adriano Silva Francisco, Marcelo Moura Fernandes, 
                    Humberto Fatros Dos Santos, Nailton Paulo Dos Santos 
                    (Sebastião Lucio Júnior 51'), Edson Carlos Feliciano Polidoro,
                    ? Cardoso, Andre Augusto Dos Santos Quiterio, 
                    Aderral Pericles Farrias Filho, Marcus Andre Perreira 
                    (Rogerio Ramos De Lima 71'), Darcy Miguel Monteiro,
                    Jorge Eduardo Gomes De Souza (Renato Moura Bastos 73')
Poland:             Grzegorz Tomala, Przemysław Urbaniak, Tomasz Wałdoch, Michał Żewłakow
                    (Ariel Jakubowski 88'), Maciej Stolarczyk, Mariusz Nosal
                    (Jacek Chańko 46'), Maciej Terlecki, Dariusz Gęsior, Radosław Michalski,
                    Maciej Żurawski, Artur Wichniarek (Igor Sypniewski 67').
Referee:            Russamee Jindamai (Thailand).
Coaches:            Brazil XI: Alfredo Sampaio.
                    Poland: Janusz Wójcik.
Cards:              Brazil XI: Darcy Miguel Monteiro [Y], Marcelo Moura Fernandes [Y].
                    Poland: Przemysław Urbaniak [Y 2' R 68'], Radosław Michalski [Y],
                            Maciej Stolarczyk [Y].
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

18/06/1999, Seoul (South Korea), Tongdaemon
Korea Cup
MEXICO              2 (Daniel Osorno 3', 90')
EGYPT               0
Mexico:             Adolfo Ríos, Pavel Pardo (Paulo César Chávez 46'), Claudio Suárez
                    (Joél Sánchez 46'), Rafael Márquez, Salvador Carmona (Sergio Almaguer 46'),
                    Gerardo Torrado, Ramón Ramírez, Alberto García Aspe (Rafael García 64'),
                    Miguel Zepeda, Jorge Campos (Juan Francisco Palencia 71'), Daniel Osorno.
Egypt:              Nader El-Sayed, Medhat Abdel Hady, Mohamed Youssef (Sami El-Sheshini 67'),
                    Abdel Zaher El-Saqua, Hossam Abdel Monaem, Ahmed Hassan, Yasser Rayyan
                    (Walid Salah El-Din 65'), Abdel Sattar Sabry, Abdel Hamid Bassiouny,
                    Hady Khashaba, Tarek Moustafa (Khaled Bebo 61' (Besheer El-Tabei 90')).
Referee:            Park Hae-Yong (South Korea).
Coaches:            Mexico: Manuel Lapuente.
                    Egypt: Mahmoud El-Gohary.
Cards:              Mexico:
                    Egypt: Sami El-Sheshini [R 78'].

19/06/1999, Seoul, Olympic Stadium, 54000
Korea Cup
SOUTH KOREA         1 (Noh Jung-Yoon 58')
CROATIA             1 (Stjepan Tomas 88')
South Korea:        Kim Byung-Ji, Hong Myung-Bo [c], Kang Cheol, Kim Tae-Young, Park Jin-Sub,
                    Lee Young-Pyo, Choi Yoon-Yeol, Ko Jong-Soo (Kim Do-Kyun 74'), Seo Jung-Won
                    (Noh Jung-Yoon 51'), Hwang Seon-Hong (Kim Do-Hoon 86'), Ahn Jung-Hwan. 
Croatia:            Stipe Pletikosa, Danijel Šarić, Ante Šerić, Stjepan Tomas, 
                    Jurica Vranješ, Igor Bišćan, Darko Miladin (Jasmin Agić 66'),
                    Mario Cvitanović, Davor Vugrinec (Ivan Leko 46'), Igor Cvitanović [c],
                    Josip Šimić.
Referee:            Tajaddin Fares (Syria).
Coaches:            South Korea: Huh Jung-Moo.
                    Croatia: Miroslav Blažević.
Cards:              South Korea: Choi Yoon-Yeol [Y 51'], Noh Jung-Yoon [Y 59'], 
                                 Hong Myung-Bo [Y 67'].
                    Croatia: Stjepan Tomas [Y 21'], Igor Cvitanović [Y 45'], 
                             Igor Bišćan [Y 65'].
Note:               A Croatian source reports that Šimić received a yellow card at 83',
                    and does not include Igor Cvitanović's yellow card.

19/06/1999, Bangkok (Thailand), Rajamangala National Stadium, 11000
Four Nations Tournament
POLAND              0
NEW ZEALAND         0
Poland won 5-4 on penalties.
Poland:             Grzegorz Tomala, Maciej Terlecki, Michał Żewłakow (Rafał Szwed 76'), 
                    Maciej Stolarczyk, Dariusz Gęsior, Radosław Michalski, Krzysztof Piskuła 
                    (Ariel Jakubowski 57'), Jacek Chańko, Mariusz Nosal (Igor Sypniewski 69'),
                    Artur Wichniarek, Maciej Żurawski.
New Zealand:        Michael Utting, Chris Zoricich (Ryan Nelsen 61'), Scott Smith,
                    Gavin Wilkinson, Ivan Vicelich, Jonathan Perry, Christopher Jackson,
                    Mark Atkinson (Tinoi Christie 86'), Mark Elrick, Paul Urlovic,
                    Chris Bouckenooghe.
Referee:            Panua Hamlumiaung (Thailand).
Coaches:            Poland: Janusz Wójcik.
                    New Zealand: Ken Dugdale.
Cards:              Poland: Maciej Stolarczyk [Y].
                    New Zealand: None.
Penalties:          1-0 Maciej Żurawski, 1-1 Christopher Jackson, 2-1 Artur Wichniarek,
                    2-2 Scott Smith, 3-2 Radosław Michalski, 3-3 Gavin Wilkinson,
                    4-3 Maciej Stolarczyk, 4-4 Paul Urlovic, 5-4 Jacek Chańko, 
                    5-4 Mark Elrick (miss).

19/06/1999, Bangkok, Rajamangala National Stadium, 30000
Four Nations Tournament
THAILAND            0
BRAZIL XI           2 (Jorge Eduardo Gomes De Souza 5', Darcy Miguel Monteiro 48' pen)
Thailand:           Vitrat Wangjun, Choketawee Phomrat, Chukiat Noosalung, Kritsada Piandit
                    (Worravut Srimaka 79'), Dusit Chalermsan, Kanae Jun-Im, Anurak Srikerd,
                    Tananchai Boriban, Kowit Foythong (Thongvhai Akarapong 65'), 
                    Kiatisak Senamuang [c], Sakesan Piturat (Apisit Kaikaew 58').
Brazil XI:
Referee:            Russamee Jindamai (Thailand).
Coaches:            Thailand: Peter Withe (England).
                    Brazil XI: Alfredo Sampaio.
Cards:              Thailand: Kowit Foythong [Y 46'], Choketawee Phomrat [Y 74'], 
                              Thongchai Akarapong [Y 78'], Kanae Jun-Im [Y 88'].
                    Brazil XI: Marcelo Moura Fernandes [Y 36'],
                               Humberto Fatros Dos Santos [Y 51'].
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

20/06/1999, Singapore, Bishan Stadium, 6000
Friendly International
SINGAPORE           0
AUSTRALIA OLYMPIC   5 (Brett Emerton 25', Kasey Wehrman 40', Michael Curcija 55', 82',
                       Clayton Zane 57')
Singapore:          Rezal Hassan, Aziz Salim, Lim Tong Hai (Hairi Suap 51'), Robin Chitrakar,
                    Nazri Nasir [c], Indra Sahdan Daud, Azhar Salleh, [3 missing].
Australia Olympic:  Danny Milosevic, Jacob Burns, Michael Garcia (Michael Santalab 62'),
                    Con Blatsis, Dragi Nastevski, Stephen Laybutt (Buddy Farah 75'),
                    Brett Emerton, Kasey Wehrman (Nick Sabljak 75'), Michael Curcija,
                    Zeljko Susa (George Goutzioulis 58'), Clayton Zane (Nick Carle 58').
Referee:
Coaches:            Singapore: Vincent Subramaniam.
                    Australia Olympic: Raul Blanco.
Cards:              Singapore: Hairi Suap [Y YR 78'].
                    Australia Olympic:
Notes:              Rezal Hassan saved a penalty by Brett Emerton at 85'.
                    Not a full FIFA international.

22/06/1999, Muscat, Sultan Qaboos Complex
Friendly International
OMAN                1
NEW ZEALAND         0
Oman:
New Zealand:        Ross Nicholson, Che Bunce, Chris Zoricich, Sean Douglas (Ivan Vicelich),
                    Kris Bouckenhooghe, Ryan Nelsen (Gavin Wilkinson), Mark Atkinson
                    (Tinoi Christie), Chris Jackson, Harry Ngata (Mark Elrick),
                    Vaughan Coveny, Paul Urlovic.


24/06/1999, Muscat
Friendly International
OMAN                2 ()
NEW ZEALAND         2 (Ivan Vicelich, Harry Ngata)
Oman:
New Zealand:        Michael Utting, Chris Zoricich [c], Scott Smith, Ivan Vicelich, 
                    Mark Atkinson (Tinoi Christie), Gavin Wilkinson, Chris Jackson,
                    Kris Bouckenhooghe (Aaran Lines), Mark Elrick (Jonathan Perry), 
                    Vaughan Coveny (Che Bunce), Harry Ngata.

24/06/1999, Riyadh, 15000
Friendly International
SAUDI ARABIA        0
LITHUANIA B         1 (Andrius Upstas 7')
Saudi Arabia:
Lithuania B:        Audrius Dilys, Andrius Jokšas, Nerijus Radžius, Dainius Šuliauskas,
                    Vladimiras Buzmakovas, Tadas Gražiūnas, Andrius Upstas 
                    (Vadimas Petrenka 61'), Nerijus Vasiliauskas (Tadas Papečkys 46'),
                    Egidijus Juška (Dainius Saulėnas 46'), Igoris Steško 
                    (Giedrius Barevičius 68'), Robertas Poškus (Andrius Velička 60').
Referee:            Ibrahim Abdullah Al-Omar (Saudi Arabia).
Cards:              Saudi Arabia:
                    Lithuania B: Vadimas Petrenka [R 85'].
Notes:              Match is a full FIFA international.
                    Venue also reported as Abha.

26/06/1999, Buenos Aires, Estadio José Amalfitani, 11314
Friendly International
ARGENTINA           0
LITHUANIA           0
Argentina:          Germán Burgos, Roberto Ayala, Juan Pablo Sorín (Diego Cagna 67'),
                    Hugo Ibarra, Diego Simeone, Walter Samuel, Javier Zanetti, Martín Palermo,
                    Ariel Ortega (Guillermo Barros Schelotto 46'), Gustavo López 
                    (Christian "Kily" González 60'), Juan Román Riquelme.
Lithuania:          Pavelas Leusas, Andrejus Sorokinas, Marius Skinderis, Mantas Samusiovas
                    (Raimondas Vainoras 84'), Giedrius Žutautas, Žydrūnas Grudzinskas, 
                    Andrius Tereškinas [c], Irmantas Stumbrys (Orestas Buitkus 37'),
                    Aidas Preikšaitis, Tomas Ramelis (Artūras Steško 77'), Igoris Morinas
                    (Audrius Kšanavičius 72').
Referee:            Daniel Bello (Uruguay).
Coaches:            Argentina: Marcelo Bielsa.
                    Lithuania: Kęstutis Latoža.
Cards:              Argentina: None.
                    Lithuania: Andrius Tereškinas [Y].

26/06/1999, Curitiba, Estádio Joaquim Américo, 30000
Friendly International
BRAZIL              3 (Alex 27', Roberto Carlos 53', Ronaldo 73')
LATVIA              0
Brazil:             Dida, Cafu, Odvan, Antônio Carlos, Roberto Carlos, Vampeta, Émerson,
                    Alex, Zé Roberto, Ronaldo, Ronaldinho Gaúcho.
Latvia:             Aleksandrs Kolinko (Andrejs Piedels 87'), Aleksandrs Isakovs,
                    Vitalijs Astafjevs (Imants Bleidelis 46'), Mihails Zemlinskis, 
                    Igors Korablovs, Olegs Blagonadezdins, Juris Laizans, Maris Verpakovskis 
                    (Andrejs Stolcers 46'), Andrejs Rubins (Igors N. Stepanovs 80'), 
                    Viktors Dobrecovs (Rolands Bulders 46'), Mihails Miholaps 
                    (Vladimirs Kolesnicenko 63').
Referee:            Gustavo Galésio (Uruguay).
Coaches:            Brazil: Wanderley Luxemburgo.
                    Latvia: Revaz Dzodzuashvili (Georgia)
Cards:              Brazil: Émerson [Y 77'], Antônio Carlos [Y 85'].
                    Latvia: Maris Verpakovskis [Y 45'].

29/06/1999, Singapore, National Stadium
Friendly International
SINGAPORE           0
NEW ZEALAND         1 (Vaughan Coveny)
Singapore:
New Zealand:        Michael Utting, Chris Zoricich , Che Bunce (Sean Douglas), Jonathan Perry,
                    Mark Burton (Mark Elrick), Aaran Lines (Tinoi Christie), Harry Ngata,
                    Mark Atkinson, Kris Bouckenhooghe, Vaughan Coveny, Scott Smith.

29/06/1999, Asunción (Paraguay), Defensores del Chaco, 45000
Copa América
PERU                3 (Jorge Soto 70', Roberto Holsen 74', 81')
JAPAN               2 (Wagner Lopes 6', Atsushiro Miura 7')
Peru:               Oscar Ibáñez, José Soto, Juan Reynoso, César Rebosio, Jorge Soto,
                    José Pereda (Marko Ciurlizza 82'), Roberto Palacios (Roberto Holsen 45'),
                    Juan Jayo, Nolberto Solano, Flavio Maestri (Juan José Velásquez 82'), 
                    Claudio Pizarro.
Japan:              Seigo Narazaki, Shigeyoshi Mochizuki (Atsushiro Miura 65'), Masami Ihara,
                    Yutaka Akita, Toshihiro Hattori, Kazuaki Tasaka (Takashi Fukinishi 30'),
                    Teruyoshi Ito, Hiroshi Nanami, Toshiya Fujita, Wagner Lopes 
                    (Daisuke Oku 73'), Shoji Jo.
Referee:            Byron Moreno (Ecuador).
Coaches:            Peru: Juan Carlos Oblitas.
                    Japan: Philippe Troussier (France).
Cards:              Peru: Juan Reynoso [Y 6'], Juan Jayo [Y 71'].
                    Japan: None.

30/06/1999, Ciudad del Este (Paraguay), Estadio Antonio Oddone Sarubbi, 20000
Copa América
MEXICO              1 (Luis Hernández 59')
CHILE               0
Mexico:             Jorge Campos, Pavel Pardo, Rafael Márquez, Claudio Suárez, 
                    Salvador Carmona, Raúl Rodrigo Lara, Miguel Zepeda 
                    (José Francisco Palencia 45'), Alberto García Aspe (Joél Sánchez 78'),
                    Ramón Ramírez, Luis Hernández, Cuauhtémoc Blanco (Paulo César Chávez 80').
Chile:              Marcelo Ramírez, Jorge Vargas, Miguel Ramírez, Francisco Rojas, 
                    Pedro Reyes, Nelson Parraguez, Clarence Acuña (Pedro González 74'),
                    Estebán Valencia (Raúl Palacios 80'), David Pizarro (Fabián Estay 65'), 
                    Iván Zamorano, Marcelo Salas.
Referee:            Horacio Elizondo (Argentina).
Coaches:            Mexico: Manuel Lapuente.
                    Chile: Nelson Acosta (Uruguay).
Cards:              Mexico: Miguel Zepeda [Y 25'], Alberto García Aspe [Y].
                    Chile: Clarence Acuña [Y 20'], Pedro Reyes [Y 21'].
Note:               CONMEBOL reports that Ramírez received a yellow card at 74', and 
                    does not include the yellow card of García Aspe.

01/07/1999, Kuala Lumpur, Shah Alam Stadium
Friendly International
MALAYSIA            2 (Azizul Kamaluddin 9', Wan Rohaimi Ismail 47')
NEW ZEALAND         1 (Chris Jackson 82' pen)
Malaysia:           Azlisham Ibrahim, Abdul Ghani Malik (Khairul Annuar Baharom), 
                    Syamsul Amri, Rezal Zambry Yahya (Zami Mohamed Noor), B. Rajnikandh [c], 
                    Asmawi Bakiri, Ahmad Shahruddin Rosdi (Cheah Kean Seng), Rizal Sukiman 
                    (Shahrulnizam Sahat), Yap Wai Loon, Azizul Kamaluddin (Rusdi Suparman), 
                    Wan Rohaimi Ismail.
New Zealand:        Michael Utting, Chris Zoricich (Ryan Nelsen), Jonathan Perry (Che Bunce), 
                    Gavin Wilkinson (Mark Atkinson), Mark Burton (Tinoi Christie),
                    Aaran Lines, Chris Jackson, Kris Bouckenhooghe (Mark Elrick),
                    Ivan Vicelich, Vaughan Coveny (Paul Urlovic), Scott Smith.
Referee:            S. Selearajan (Malaysia).
Coaches:            Malaysia: Abdul Rahman Ibrahim.
                    New Zealand: Ken Dugdale.

02/07/1999, Valga (Estonia), Municipal Stadium, 100
Friendly International
LITHUANIA           2 (Robertas Poškus 19', 49')
INDONESIA           2 (Hariyanto Prasetyo 27', Bambung Pamungkas 87')
Lithuania:          Pavelas Leusas, Nerijus Radžius, Sergejus Novikovas, Arturas Sobolis 
                    (Audrius Veikutis 80'), Darius Sanajevas, Dainius Saulėnas 
                    (Andrius Puotkalis 46'), Andrius Jokšas (Geidrius Barevičius 46'),
                    Žydrunas Grudzinskas, Robertas Poškus, Nerijus Vasiliauskas, 
                    Arturas Steško (Egidijus Juška 46').
Indonesia:          Hendro Kartiko, Nur'alim, Sugiantoro, Eko Purjiato, Agung Setyabudi 
                    (Anang Mar'uf 66'), Aji Santoso, Bima Sakti, Hariyanto Prasetyo 
                    (Andrian Mardiansyah 64'), Uston Nawawi (Ali Sunan 74'), 
                    Kurniawan Dwi Yulianto (Rocky Putiray 78'), Widodo C. Putro 
                    (Bambung Pamungkas 46').
Referee:            Oleg Timofeyev (Estonia).
Coaches:            Lithuania: Kęstutis Latoža.
                    Indonesia: Bernard Schumm (Germany).
Cards:              None.
Note:               This match is a full FIFA international, but is not regarded as a full
                    international by Lithuania.

02/07/1999, Asunción, Defensores del Chaco, 40000
Copa América
PARAGUAY            4 (Miguel Benítez 18', 62', Roque Santa Cruz 40', 86')
JAPAN               0
Paraguay:           Ricardo Tavarelli, Francisco Arce, Celso Ayala (Denis Caniza 51'),
                    Carlos Gamarra, Delio Toledo, Diego Gavilán (Carlos Paredes 61'),
                    Julio César Enciso, Clarence Acuña, Hugo Ovelar (Nelson Cuevas 76'),
                    Roque Santa Cruz, Miguel Benítez.
Japan:              Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi, Naoki Soma, Toshihide Saito, Teruyoshi Ito, 
                    Yutaka Akita, Ryuzo Morioka, Masahiro Ando, Hiroshi Nanami 
                    (Toshiya Fujita 58'), Takashi Fukunishi (Atsushiro Miura 24'),
                    Wagner Lopes, Shoji Jo (Kota Yoshihara 67').
Referee:            Armando Archundia (Mexico).
Coaches:            Paraguay: Ever Almeida (Uruguay).
                    Japan: Philippe Troussier (France).
Cards:              Paraguay: None.
                    Japan: Shoji Jo [Y 33'], Toshihide Saito [Y 74'].

03/07/1999, Kuala Lumpur
Friendly International
MALAYSIA            1 ()
NEW ZEALAND         5 (Mark Elrick 2, Kris Bouckenhooge, Paul Urlovic, Gavin Wilkinson)
Malaysia:
New Zealand:        Jason Batty, Chris Zoricich (Gavin Wilkinson 65'), Che Bunce 
                    (Ivan Vicelich 65'), Sean Douglas (Scott Smith 70'), Ryan Nelsen, 
                    Mark Atkinson, Aaran Lines, Chris Jackson (Jonathan Perry 70'),
                    Kris Bouckenhooge, Paul Urlovic, Mark Elrick (Tinoi Christie 75').

03/07/1999, Ciudad del Este (Paraguay), Antonio Oddone Sarubbi, 25000
Copa América
BRAZIL              2 (Amoroso 20', Alex 45')
MEXICO              1 (Isaac Terrazas 74')
Brazil:             Dida, Cafu, Odvan, Antônio Carlos, Roberto Carlos, Émerson,
                    Vampeta, Alex (Flávio Conceição 78'), Rivaldo, Amoroso 
                    (Ronaldinho Gaúcho 80'), Ronaldo (João Carlos 90').
Mexico:             Jorge Campos, Pavel Pardo, Claudio Suárez, Joél Sánchez, Salvador Carmona,
                    Paulo César Chávez (Gerardo Torrado 46'), Raúl Rodrigo Lara, 
                    Alberto García Aspe (Isaac Terrazas 46'), Rafael García 
                    (Daniel Osorno 64'), Luis Hernández, Cuauhtémoc Blanco.
Referee:            Gustavo Méndez (Uruguay).
Coaches:            Brazil: Wanderley Luxemburgo.
                    Mexico: Manuel Lapuente.
Cards:              Brazil: Odvan [Y 21'], Émerson [Y 74'], Antônio Carlos [Y 86'],
                            Rivaldo [R 82'].
                    Mexico: Alberto García Aspe [Y 14'].

05/07/1999, Pedro Juan Caballero (Paraguay), Río Paraití, 20000
Copa América
BOLIVIA             1 (Erwin Sánchez 52')
JAPAN               1 (Wagner Lopes 75' pen)
Bolivia:            José Fernández, Renny Ribera (Fernando Ochoaizpur 87'), Juan Manuel Peña,
                    Oscar Sánchez, Iván Castillo (Marco Etcheverry 75'), Luis Cristaldo,
                    Rubén Tufiño, Erwin Sánchez, Limberg Gutiérrez, Víctor Hugo Antelo,
                    Jaime Moreno (Gustavo Quinteros 45').
Japan:              Seigo Narazaki, Ryuzo Morioka, Masami Ihara, Yutaka Akita, 
                    Toshihiro Hattori, Toshiya Fujita (Daisuke Oku 64'), Shigeyoshi Mochizuki,
                    Hiroshi Nanami (Atsushiro Miura 70'), Teruyoshi Ito, Wagner Lopes,
                    Masayuki Okano (Shoji Jo 63').
Referee:            Byron Moreno (Ecuador).
Coaches:            Bolivia: Héctor Veira (Argentina).
                    Japan: Philippe Troussier (France).
Cards:              Bolivia: Oscar Sánchez [R 44'], Juan Manuel Peña [Y 72'], 
                             Limberg Gutiérrez [Y 81'].
                    Japan: Ryuzo Morioka [Y 74'], Masami Ihara [Y YR 82'].

06/07/1999, Ciudad del Este (Paraguay), Antonio Oddone Sarubbi, 5000
Copa América
MEXICO              3 (Cuauhtémoc Blano 21', 39', Daniel Osorno 29')
VENEZUELA           1 (Gabriel Urdaneta 72')
Mexico:             Adolfo Ríos, Joél Sánchez, Sergio Almaguer (Claudio Suárez 45'),
                    Paulo César Chávez (Isaac Terrazas 63'), Salvador Carmona, Rafael García,
                    Gerardo Torrado (Salvador Cabrera 45'), Raúl Rodrigo Lara, 
                    José Francisco Palencia, Daniel Osorno, Cuauhtémoc Blanco.
Venezuela:          Manuel Sanhouse, Héctor Bidoglio, José Manuel Rey, Leopoldo Jiménez,
                    Miguel Mea Vitali, José Duno (Juan Arango 58'), Miguel Echenausi,
                    José de Jesús Vera, Gabriel Urdaneta, Ruberth Morán (Juan García 77'),
                    Daniel Noriega (Cristian Cásseres 62').
Referee:            Bonifacio Núñez (Paraguay).
Coaches:            Mexico: Manuel Lapuente.
                    Venezuela: José Omar Pastoriza (Argentina).
Cards:              Mexico: Raúl Rodrigo Lara [Y], Adolfo Ríos [Y 66'], Daniel Osorno [Y 87'],
                            Cuauhtémoc Blanco [R 84'].
                    Venezuela: Leopoldo Jiménez [Y 49'].
Note:               CONMEBOL does not include the yellow card of Lara, but reports that 
                    Torrado and Almaguer received yellow cards at 3' and 14' respectively.

06/07/1999, Tallinn
Friendly International
ESTONIA XI          0
INDONESIA           0
Estonia XI:
Indonesia:          Komang Putra, Nuralim, Sugiantoro, Warsidi (Slamet Riyadi), Aji Santoso,
                    Agung Setiabudi, Bima Sakti (Haryanto Prasetyo), Uston Nawawi, Ali Sunan,
                    Eri Irianto (Andrian Mardiansyah), Bambang Pamungkas,
                    Kurniawan Dwi Yulianto. [12 players]
Coaches:            Estonia XI:
                    Indonesia: Bernard Schumm (Germany).
Note:               Not a full FIFA international, and unofficial for Estonia, who used a 
                    combination of A team and Olympic team players.

09/07/1999, Fullerton (USA)
Friendly International
CANADA              0
SAUDI ARABIA        2 (Ibrahim Suaed 76', Hussain Abdulghani 90' pen)
Canada:             Pat Onstad, Paul Fenwick, Jason De Vos (Steve Kindel 85'), Mark Watson,
                    Richard Hastings, Brad Parker (Robbie Arristodemo 46'), Marc Bircham 
                    (Jeff Clarke 70'), Nick Dasovic (Fernando Aguiar 46'), Davide Xausa, 
                    Garret Kusch, Paul Stalteri.
Saudi Arabia:
Referee:            
Coaches:            Canada: Holger Osieck (Germany).
                    Saudi Arabia: Milan Máčala (Czech Republic).

10/07/1999, Ciudad de México (Mexico), Necaxa training ground
Friendly International
EGYPT               1 (Hazem Emam)
NEW ZEALAND         1 (Harry Ngata)
Egypt:
New Zealand:        Jason Batty, Ryan Nelsen (Tinoi Christie), Sean Douglas (Scott Smith),
                    Che Bunce (Ivan Vicelich), Chris Zoricich [c] (Jonathan Perry), 
                    Gavin Wilkinson, Chris Jackson, Mark Atkinson, Mark Elrick 
                    (Mark Burton), Kris Bouckenhooge (Vaughan Coveny), Paul Urlovic 
                    (Harry Ngata).

10/07/1999, Asunción (Paraguay), Defensores del Chaco, 45000
Copa América
MEXICO              3 (Luis Hernández 28', 33' pen, Gerardo Torrado 87')
PERU                3 (Roberto Palacios 6', José Pereda 15', Nolberto Solano 40')
Mexico won 4-2 on penalties.
Mexico:             Jorge Campos, Ramón Ramírez, Claudio Suárez, Joél Sánchez 
                    (Rafael García 68'), Rafael Márquez, Gerardo Torrado, Salvador Cabrera,
                    Alberto García Aspe (Daniel Osorno 47'), Miguel Zepeda, Luis Hernández, 
                    José Francisco Palencia (Isaac Terrazas 88').
Peru:               Oscar Ibáñez, José Soto, Juan Reynoso, César Rebosio, Jorge Soto,
                    Juan Jayo, José Pereda, Nolberto Solano, Roberto Palacios 
                    (Ysrael Zúñiga 25' (Marko Ciurlizza 66')), Roberto Holsen,
                    Flavio Maestri (Claudio Pizarro 79').
Referee:            Wilson De Souza (Brazil).
Coaches:            Mexico: Manuel Lapuente.
                    Peru: Juan Carlos Oblitas.
Cards:              Mexico: Gerardo Torrado [Y 55'].
                    Peru: José Pereda [Y 52'], Roberto Palacios [Y 55'], 
                          Nolberto Solano [Y 78'].
Penalties:          1-0 Claudio Suárez, 1-1 Nolberto Solano, 2-1 Isaac Terrazas, 
                    2-2 Jorge Soto, 3-2 Rafael García, 3-2 José Soto (miss), 4-2 Miguel Zepeda,
                    4-2 Juan Reynoso (miss).

13/07/1999, San Bernardino (USA)
Friendly International
JAMAICA             2 (Winston Griffiths, Ricardo Fuller)
SAUDI ARABIA        1 ()
Jamaica:
Saudi Arabia:
Referee:

14/07/1999, Ciudad del Este (Paraguay), Antonio Oddone Sarubbi, 10000
Copa América
BRAZIL              2 (Amoroso 24', Rivaldo 42')
MEXICO              0
Brazil:             Dida, Cafu, João Carlos, Antônio Carlos, Roberto Carlos,
                    Flávio Conceição (Beto 78'), Émerson, Rivaldo, Zé Roberto,
                    Amoroso (Alex 80'), Ronaldo (Ronaldinho Gaúcho 75').
Mexico:             Jorge Campos, Pavel Pardo, Rafael Márquez, Claudio Suárez, 
                    Salvador Carmona, Isaac Terrazas (Ramón Ramírez 45'), Gerardo Torrado,
                    José Francisco Palencia (Daniel Osorno 54'), Miguel Zepeda, Luis Hernández,
                    Cuauhtémoc Blanco.
Referee:            Byron Moreno (Ecuador).
Coaches:            Brazil: Wanderley Luxemburgo.
                    Mexico: Manuel Lapuente.
Cards:              None.

15/07/1999, Guadalajara (Mexico), Las Chivas training ground
Friendly International
EGYPT               1 (Ibrahim Hassan)
NEW ZEALAND         0
Egypt:
New Zealand:        Michael Utting, Mark Atkinson (Tinoi Christie 85'), Sean Douglas 
                    (Scott Smith 63'), Gavin Wilkinson, Ryan Nelsen (Che Bunce 63'),
                    Ivan Vicelich (Jonathan Perry 78'), Chris Zoricich, Mark Burton 
                    (Harry Ngata 81'), Vaughan Coveny, Kris Bouckenhooge (Paul Urlovic 70'),
                    Aaran Lines (Mark Elrick 74').

15/07/1999, Fullerton (USA)
Friendly International
JAMAICA             0
SAUDI ARABIA        4

17/07/1999, Fullerton (USA), Titan Stadium, 350
Friendly International
COSTA RICA          1 (Rónald Gómez 51')
SAUDI ARABIA        0
Costa Rica:         Erick Lonnis, Geovanny Jara (Hárold Wallace 61'), Víctor Cordero,
                    Alexander Madrigal, Austin Berry, Gerson Watson, Mauricio Solís,
                    Walter Centeno, Roy Myers, Allan Oviedo, Rónald Gómez.
Saudi Arabia:       Mohammed Al-Deayea, Mohammed Al-Khilaiwi, Moshin Al-Harthi, 
                    Abdullah Zubromawi (Saleh Al-Dawod 76'), Hussein Sulimani 
                    (Tisir Al-Antaif 46'), Mohammed Al-Jahani, Ibrahim Al-Harbi 
                    (Abdullah Bin Shehan 46'), Ibrahim Al-Shokia (Abdullah Al-Shahrani 61'),
                    Nawaf Al-Temyat, Hamzah Falatah, Ibrahim Al-Shahrani.
Referee:            Des O'Sullivan (England).
Coaches:            Costa Rica: Francisco Maturana (Colombia).
                    Saudi Arabia: Milan Máčala (Czech Republic).
Note:               The match was played behind closed doors at the request of Saudi Arabia, 
                    although some supporters did enter the stadium without paying.

17/07/1999, Asunción (Paraguay), Estadio Defensores del Chaco, 2500
Copa América
MEXICO              2 (José Francisco Palencia 26', Miguel Zepeda 87')
CHILE               1 (Raúl Palacios 81')
Mexico:             Jorge Campos, Rafael Márquez, Claudio Suárez, Salvador Carmona, 
                    Miguel Zepeda, Gerardo Torrado, Ramón Ramírez, Rafael García 
                    (Alberto García Aspe 61'), José Francisco Palencia (Isaac Terrazas 66'),
                    Luis Hernández, Cuauhtémoc Blanco (Daniel Osorno 85').
Chile:              Marcelo Ramírez, Raúl Palacios, Miguel Ramírez (Pablo Contreras 37'),
                    Pedro Reyes, Jorge Vargas (Estebán Valencia 61'), Clarence Acuña,
                    Mauricio Aros, Fabián Estay, José Luis Sierra, Iván Zamorano,
                    Pedro González (Claudio Núñez 61').
Referee:            Horacio Elizondo (Argentina).
Coaches:            Mexico: Manuel Lapuente.
                    Chile: Nelson Acosta (Uruguay).
Cards:              Mexico: Alberto García Aspe [Y 69'], Luis Hernández [Y 90'], 
                            Rafael Márquez [Y 90'].
                    Chile: Raúl Palacios [Y 90'].

21/07/1999, Muscat
Friendly International
OMAN                2
KENYA               2

24/07/1999, Guadalajara (Mexico), Jalisco 60000
Confederations Cup
BRAZIL              4 (Zé Roberto 62', Ronaldinho Gaúcho 72' pen, Alex 86', 87')
GERMANY             0
Brazil:             Dida, Evanílson, Odvan, João Carlos, Flávio Conceição (Alex 62'),
                    Serginho, Ronaldinho Gaúcho, Émerson, Christian (Warley 62'), Zé Roberto 
                    (Beto 82'), Vampeta.
Germany:            Jens Lehmann, Christian Wörns, Jörg Heinrich (Ronald Maul 73'), 
                    Thomas Linke, Mehmet Scholl, Dariusz Wosz, Lothar Matthäus [c],
                    Michael Preetz (Olaf Marschall 70'), Oliver Neuville (Heiko Gerber 78'),
                    Michael Ballack, Lars Ricken.
Referee:            Gilberto Alcala (Mexico).
Coaches:            Brazil: Wanderley Luxemburgo.
                    Germany: Erich Ribbeck.
Cards:              Brazil: Émerson [Y 12'], Vampeta [Y 17'].
                    Germany: Mehmet Scholl [Y 9'].

24/07/1999, Guadalajara (Mexico), 65000
Confederations Cup
USA                 2 (Brian McBride 25', Jovan Kirovski 58')
NEW ZEALAND         1 (Chris Zoricich 90+')
USA:                Kasey Keller [c], Robin Fraser, John Harkes, Eddie Lewis 
                    (Frankie Hejduk 77'), Earnie Stewart (Ben Olsen 73'), Jovan Kirovski, 
                    Jeff Agoos, Cobi Jones (Joe-Max Moore 82'), Richie Williams, 
                    Carlos Llamosa, Brian McBride.
New Zealand:        Michael Utting, Chris Zoricich [c], Sean Douglas (Scott Smith 72'),
                    Gavin Wilkinson, Mark Burton, Aaron Lines, Chris Jackson, Mark Atkinson 
                    (Ryan Nelsen 57'), Kris Bouckenooghe, Ivan Vicelich, Vaughan Coveny 
                    (Mark Elrick 63').
Referee:            Ubaldo Aquino (Paraguay).
Coaches:            USA: Bruce Arena.
                    New Zealand: Ken Dugdale.
Cards:              USA: None.
                    New Zealand: Vaughan Coveny [Y 32'].

25/07/1999, Ciudad de México (Mexico), 85000
Confederations Cup
BOLIVIA             2 (Limberg Gutiérrez 21', Reny Ribera 40')
EGYPT               2 (Abdel Sattar Sabry 8', Yasser Radwan 63')
Bolivia:            José Fernández, Juan Manuel Peña, Ronald Arana, Limberg Gutierrez 
                    (Marco Etcheverry 71'), Rubén Tufiño, Gonzalo Galindo 
                    (Vladimir Soria 60'), Joaquin Botero (José Menacho 46'), Erwin Sánchez [c],
                    Miguel Justiniano, Iván Castillo, Reny Ribera.
Egypt:              Esam El Hadary, Ibrahim Hassan, Hany Ramzy, Medhat Abdel Hady,
                    Mohamed Youssef, Yasser Radwan, Hossam Hassan [c] 
                    (Abdel Hamid Bassiouny 61'), Abdel Sattar Sabry (Khaled Bebo 75'),
                    Hazem Emam (Hady Khashaba 84'), Abdel Zaher El-Saqua, Ahmed Hassan.
Referee:            Anders Frisk (Sweden).
Coaches:            Bolivia: Héctor Veira (Argentina).
                    Egypt: Mahmoud El-Gohary.
Cards:              None.

25/07/1999, Ciudad de México, 85000
Confederations Cup
MEXICO              5 (Cuauhtémoc Blanco 12', 19', 68', 77', Juan Manuel Abundis 21')
SAUDI ARABIA        1 (Nawaf Al-Temyat 62' pen)
Mexico:             Jorge Campos, Claudio Suárez, Rafael Márquez, Germán Villa, 
                    Alberto García Aspe [c] (Rafael Garcia 65'), Juan Manuel Abundis,
                    Cuauhtémoc Blanco, Pavel Pardo, José Francisco Palencia 
                    (Isaac Terrazas 80'), Salvador Carmona, Miguel Zepeda (Jesús Arellano 46').
Saudi Arabia:       Mohammed Al Deayea [c], Mohammed Al Jahani, Mohammed Al Khilaiwi, 
                    Saleh Al Dawod, Ibrahim Al Harbi (Abdullah Al Shahrani 84'),
                    Ibrahim Al Shahrani, Hussein Sulimani, Fahad Al Subaie, Nawaf Al Temyat 
                    (Abdullah Bin Shehan 84'), Hamzah Falatah, Mohsin Harthi.
Referee:            Oscar Ruiz Acosta (Colombia).
Coaches:            Mexico: Manuel Lapuente.
                    Saudi Arabia: Milan Máčala (Czech Republic).
Cards:              None.

27/07/1999, Ciudad de México (Mexico), 65000
Confederations Cup
SAUDI ARABIA        0
BOLIVIA             0
Saudi Arabia:       Mohammed Al Deayea [c], Mohammed Al Jahani (Abdullah Al Shahrani 66'),
                    Mohammed Al Khilaiwi, Saleh Al Dawod, Ibrahim Al Harbi, 
                    Ibrahim Al Shahrani, Hussein Sulimani, Fahad Al Subaie,
                    Nawaf Al Temyat (Abdullah Bin Shehan 79'), Hamzah Falatah 
                    (Marzouk Al Otaibi 46'), Mohsin Harthi.
Bolivia:            José Fernández, Reny Ribera, Ronald Arana, Lorgio Álvarez, Oscar Sánchez,
                    Rubén Tufiño, Jaime Moreno (Joaquin Botero 73'), Marco Etcheverry
                    (Gonzalo Galindo 53'), Erwin Sánchez (Limberg Gutiérrez 46'), José Menacho,
                    Vladimir Soria.
Referee:            Brian Hall (USA).
Coaches:            Saudi Arabia: Milan Máčala (Czech Republic).
                    Bolivia: Héctor Veira (Argentina).
Cards:              Saudi Arabia: Fahad Al Subaie [Y 52'], Saleh Al Dawod [Y 57'], 
                                  Abdullah Al Shahrani [Y 71'].
                    Bolivia: Marco Etcheverry [Y 19'], Rubén Tufiño [Y 22'], 
                             Limberg Gutierrez [Y 70'].

27/07/1999, Ciudad de México, 65000
Confederations Cup
MEXICO              2 (Pavel Pardo 15', Juan Manuel Abundis 26')
EGYPT               2 (Ahmed Hassan 79', Samir Kamouna 85')
Mexico:             Jorge Campos, Claudio Suárez, Rafael Márquez, Germán Villa, Ramón Ramirez,
                    Juan Manuel Abundis (Alberto García Aspe 55'), Cuauhtémoc Blanco,
                    Pavel Pardo, José Francisco Palencia, Salvador Carmona, Rafael García.
Egypt:              Esam El Hadary, Ibrahim Hassan [c], Hany Ramzy, Samir Kamouna, 
                    Medhat Abdel Hady, Mohamed Youssef, Yasser Radwan, Abdel Sattar Sabry,
                    Hazem Emam, Abdel Zaher El Saqua, Ahmed Hassan.
Referee:            Kim Young-Joo (South Korea).
Coaches:            Mexico: Manuel Lapuente.
                    Egypt: Mahmoud El-Gohary.
Cards:              Mexico: Alberto García Aspe [Y 77'].
                    Egypt: Yasser Radwan [Y 30' YR 64'], Ahmed Hassan [Y 89'].

28/07/1999, Guadalajara (Mexico), 42000
Confederations Cup
GERMANY             2 (Michael Preetz 6', Lothar Matthäus 33')
NEW ZEALAND         0
Germany:            Jens Lehmann, Christian Wörns, Jörg Heinrich, Thomas Linke,
                    Mehmet Scholl (Dariusz Wosz 46'), Olaf Marschall (Paulo Rink 64'),
                    Lothar Matthäus [c] (Michael Ballack 70'), Michael Preetz,
                    Oliver Neuville, Bernd Schneider, Lars Ricken.
New Zealand:        Jason Batty, Chris Zoricich [c] (Perry 78'), Sean Douglas, 
                    Gavin Wilkinson, Mark Burton (Mark Elrick 78'), Aaron Lines,
                    Chris Jackson (Vaughan Coveny 62'), Mark Atkinson, Kris Bouckenooghe, 
                    Ryan Nelsen, Ivan Vicelich.
Referee:            Coffi Codjia (Benin).
Coaches:            Germany: Erich Ribbeck.
                    New Zealand: Ken Dugdale.
Cards:              Germany: Olaf Marschall [Y 19'], Lothar Matthäus [Y 47'].
                    New Zealand: None.

28/07/1999, Guadalajara (Mexico), Jalisco, 54000
Confederations Cup
BRAZIL              1 (Ronaldinho Gaúcho 13')
USA                 0
Brazil:             Dida, Evanílson, Odvan, João Carlos, Flávio Conceição (Alex 78'),
                    Serginho, Ronaldinho Gaúcho (Beto 80'), Émerson [c], Christian 
                    (Warley 46'), Zé Roberto, Vampeta.
USA:                Kasey Keller [c], Frankie Hejduk, Gregg Berhalter, Robin Fraser, 
                    John Harkes (Eddie Lewis 78'), Earnie Stewart, Jovan Kirovski, Jeff Agoos,
                    Cobi Jones, Carlos Llamosa (Joe-Max Moore 58'), Brian McBride.
Referee:            Anders Frisk (Sweden).
Coaches:            Brazil: Wanderley Luxemburgo.
                    USA: Bruce Arena.
Cards:              Brazil: Émerson [Y 90+'].
                    USA: Gregg Berhalter [Y 6'], Carlos Llamosa [Y 35'], Robin Fraser [Y 61'].
Note:               Dida saved a penalty from Joe-Max Moore at 72'.

29/07/1999, Ciudad de México (Mexico), 15000
Confederations Cup
SAUDI ARABIA        5 (Marzouk Al Otaibi 8', 34', 78', 85', Ibrahim Al Shahrani 64')
EGYPT               1 (Samir Kamouna 70' pen)
Saudi Arabia:       Mohammed Al Deayea [c], Mohammed Al Jahani (Khaled Gahwji 83'),
                    Abdullah Zubromawi, Saleh Al Dawod, Ibrahim Al Harbi 
                    (Abdullah Al Shahrani 65'), Ibrahim Al Shahrani, Marzouk Al Otaibi, 
                    Hussein Sulimani, Fahad Al Subaie, Nawaf Al Temyat 
                    (Abdullah Bin Shehan 46'), Mohsin Harthi.
Egypt:              Esam El Hadary, Ibrahim Hassan [c], Hany Ramzy, Samir Kamouna,
                    Medhat Abdel Hady, Mohamed Youssef, Abdel Sattar Sabry, Yasser Rayyan
                    (Walid Salah 65'), Hazem Emam, Abdel Zaher El Saqua 
                    (Abdel Hamid Bassiouny 43'), Ahmed Hassan (Khaled Bebo 55').
Referee:            Ubaldo Aquino (Paraguay).
Coaches:            Saudi Arabia: Milan Máčala (Czech Republic).
                    Egypt: Mahmoud El-Gohary.
Cards:              Saudi Arabia: Nawaf Al Temyat [Y 12'], Abdullah Al Shahrani [Y 90'].
                    Egypt: Abdel Sattar Sabry [R 28'], Hazem Emam [Y 36' YR 37'], 
                           Samir Kamouna [R 80'], Walid Salah [Y 84'].

29/07/1999, Ciudad de México, 55000
Confederations Cup
MEXICO              1 (Juan Francisco Palencia 52')
BOLIVIA             0
Mexico:             Jorge Campos, Claudio Suárez [c], Rafael Márquez, Germán Villa
                    (Jesús Arellano 65'), Ramón Ramírez, Cuauhtémoc Blanco, Pavel Pardo,
                    Luis Hernández (Juan Manuel Abundis 22'), Juan Francisco Palencia,
                    Salvador Carmona, Miguel Zepeda.
Bolivia:            José Fernández, Ronald Arana, Oscar Sánchez, Luis Cristaldo, Rubén Tufiño,
                    Jaime Moreno (Joaquin Botero 78'), Erwin Sánchez [c], José Menacho 
                    (Marco Etcheverry 66'), Vladimir Soria (Limberg Gutiérrez 46'),
                    Iván Castillo, Reny Ribera.
Referee:            Oscar Ruiz Acosta (Colombia).
Coaches:            Mexico: Manuel Lapuente.
                    Bolivia: Héctor Veira (Argentina).
Cards:              Mexico: Germán Villa [Y 58'], Miguel Zepeda [Y 68'], 
                            Juan Manuel Abundis [Y 80'].
                    Bolivia: José Menacho [Y 41'], Erwin Sánchez [Y 60'], Rubén Tufiño [Y 80'].

30/07/1999, Guadalajara (Mexico), 53000
Confederations Cup
USA                 2 (Ben Olsen 23', Joe-Max Moore 50')
GERMANY             0
USA:                Brad Friedel [c], Frankie Hejduk, C.J. Brown, Eddie Lewis, Joe-Max Moore 
                    (Jovan Kirovski 82'), Paul Bravo (Brian McBride 77'), Jeff Agoos, 
                    Matt McKeon, Richie Williams, Marcelo Balboa, Ben Olsen 
                    (Earnie Stewart 65').
Germany:            Jens Lehmann, Christian Wörns, Jörg Heinrich (Mustafa Dogan 41'),
                    Thomas Linke, Dariusz Wosz, Lothar Matthäus [c], Michael Preetz,
                    Oliver Neuville, Bernd Schneider, Heiko Gerber (Ronald Maul 76'),
                    Horst Heldt (Paulo Rink 60').
Referee:            Gilberto Alcala (Mexico).
Coaches:            USA: Bruce Arena.
                    Germany: Erich Ribbeck.
Cards:              USA: Ben Olsen [Y 33'], Frankie Hejduk [Y 39'], Jeff Agoos [Y 45+'].
                    Germany: Heiko Gerber [Y 60'], Christian Wörns [Y 75'], 
                             Lothar Matthäus [Y 81'], Paulo Rink [Y 90+'].

30/07/1999, Guadalajara (Mexico), Jalisco, 53000
Confederations Cup
BRAZIL              2 (Marcos Paulo 45+', Ronaldinho Gaúcho 88')
NEW ZEALAND         0
Brazil:             Dida, Evanílson, Flávio Conceição [c], Christian (Ronaldinho Gaúcho 64'),
                    Alex, César, Luís Alberto, Marcos Paulo (Roni 56'), Athirson,
                    Beto, Warley.
New Zealand:        Michael Utting, Chris Zoricich [c], Sean Douglas, Che Bunce 
                    (Ivan Vicelich 82'), Mark Burton, Aaron Lines, Chris Jackson 
                    (Jonathan Perry 85'), Harry Ngata (Vaughan Coveny 66'), Mark Atkinson, 
                    Kris Bouckenooghe, Ryan Nelsen.
Referee:            Kim Young-Joo (South Korea).
Coaches:            Brazil: Wanderley Luxemburgo.
                    New Zealand: Ken Dugdale.
Cards:              Brazil: None.
                    New Zealand: Chris Jackson [Y 27'], Ryan Nelsen [Y 81'].

01/08/1999, Guadalajara (Mexico), Jalisco, 48000
Confederations Cup
BRAZIL              8 (João Carlos 8', Ronaldinho Gaúcho 11', 65', 90+', Zé Roberto 33', 
                       Alex 36', 86', Roni 62')
SAUDI ARABIA        2 (Marzouk Al Otaibi 22', 31')
Brazil:             Dida, Evanílson (Flávio Conceição 16'), Odvan, João Carlos,
                    Serginho, Ronaldinho Gaúcho, Émerson (Beto 72'), Christian (Roni 46'),
                    Alex, Zé Roberto, Vampeta.
Saudi Arabia:       Mohammed Al Deayea, Mohammed Al Khilaiwi, Abdullah Zubromawi 
                    (Mohammed Hwsawi 64'), Saleh Al Dawod, Ibrahim Al Harbi, 
                    Ibrahim Al Shahrani (Mohammed Al Jahani 43'), Marzouk Al Otaibi,
                    Hussein Sulimani, Fahad Al Subaie, Nawaf Al Temyat, Mohsin Harthi.
Referee:            Oscar Ruiz Acosta (Colombia).
Coaches:            Brazil: Wanderley Luxemburgo.
                    Saudi Arabia: Milan Máčala (Czech Republic).
Cards:              Brazil: Vampeta [Y 37'], Roni [Y 68'].
                    Saudi Arabia: Ibrahim Al Shahrani [Y 39'], Marzouk Al Otaibi [Y 55'],
                                  Mohammed Hwsawi [Y 69'], Fahad Al Subaie [Y 81'].

03/08/1999, Guadalajara (Mexico), 38000
Confederations Cup
USA                 2 (Paul Bravo 27', Brian McBride 78')
SAUDI ARABIA        0
USA:                Brad Friedel [c], Frankie Hejduk, Gregg Berhalter (Robin Fraser 74'),
                    C.J. Brown, Eddie Lewis, Jovan Kirovski (Richie Williams 67'), Paul Bravo 
                    (Cobi Jones 55'), Matt McKeon, Marcelo Balboa, Ben Olsen, Brian McBride.
Saudi Arabia:       Mohammed Al Deayea [c], Mohammed Al Jahani (Fahad Al Subaie 58'),
                    Mohammed Al Khilaiwi, Abdullah Zubromawi, Ibrahim Al Harbi 
                    (Khaled Gahwji 68'), Marzouk Al Otaibi, Hussein Sulimani, 
                    Abdullah Bin Shehan, Abdullah Al Shahrani, Nawaf Al Temyat, Mohsin Harthi.
Referee:            Ubaldo Aquino (Paraguay).
Coaches:            USA: Bruce Arena.
                    Saudi Arabia: Milan Máčala (Czech Republic).
Cards:              USA: Paul Bravo [Y 8'], C.J. Brown [Y 25'], Frankie Hejduk [Y 42'],
                         Matt McKeon [Y 55' YR 63'].
                    Saudi Arabia: Abdullah Bin Shehan [Y 24'], Nawaf Al Temyat [Y 25'].

04/08/1999, Ciudad de México, Azteca, 110000
Confederations Cup
MEXICO              4 (Miguel Zepeda 13', 51', Juan Manuel Abundis 28', Cuauhtémoc Blanco 62')
BRAZIL              3 (Serginho 43' pen, Roni 47', Zé Roberto 63')
Mexico:             Jorge Campos, Claudio Suárez [c], Rafael Márquez, Germán Villa, 
                    Ramón Ramírez, Juan Manuel Abundis, Cuauhtémoc Blanco, Pavel Pardo,
                    Juan Francisco Palencia (Isaac Terrazas 70'), Salvador Carmona,
                    Miguel Zepeda (Jesús Arellano 83').
Brazil:             Dida, Odvan, João Carlos, Flávio Conceição, Serginho, Ronaldinho Gaúcho,
                    Émerson [c], Alex, Zé Roberto (Warley 82'), Beto (Roni 46'), Vampeta.
Referee:            Anders Frisk (Sweden).
Coaches:            Mexico: Manuel Lapuente.
                    Brazil: Wanderley Luxemburgo.
Cards:              Mexico: Juan Manuel Abundis [Y 11'], Rafael Márquez [Y 21'], 
                            Cuauhtémoc Blanco [Y 50'], Claudio Suárez [Y 74'].
                    Brazil: Zé Roberto [Y 5'], João Carlos [Y 46' YR 90+'].

07/08/1999, Accra, Sports Stadium
Friendly International (Panafest Trophy)
GHANA               2 (Arthur Moses 59', Baba Amando 64')
JAMAICA             1 (Patrick Graham 11')
Ghana:              James Nanor, Jacob Nettey, Emmanuel Osei Kuffour, Princeton Owusu Ansah 
                    (Felix Aboagye 46'), Foster Bastious (Sani Wahab), Benard Areyee
                    (Nii Aryee), Mark Edusei, Robert Boateng (Yaw Owusu), 
                    Richard Ackon (Baba Amando 60'), Arthur Moses (Justice Ampah), 
                    Emmanuel Tetteh.
Jamaica:            Aaron Lawrence, Fabian Davis, Thomaz Shavar (David Stewart), Linval Dixon,
                    Marco MacDonald, Irvino English (Jeffrey Cunningham), Patrick Graham,
                    Winston Griffiths, Anthony Curtis (Jermaine Johnson), Ricardo Fuller 
                    (Kendri Quarrie), Wolde Harris (Patrick Beech).
Referee:
Coaches:            Ghana: Guiseppe Dossena (Italy).
                    Jamaica:

16/08/1999, Xanthi, Dimotiko Xanthi, 2549
Friendly International
GREECE              3 (Andreas Niniadis 20', Dimitris Mavrogenidis 60', Grigoris Georgatos 68')
MEXICO B            2 (Márquez 49', Rojas 51')
Greece:             Dimitris Eleftheropoulos (Nikos Michopoulos 66'), Dimitris Mavrogenidis,
                    Pantelis Konstantinidis (Manolis Dermitzakis 71'), Nikos Dabizas
                    (Tasos Katsambis 63'), Marinos Ouzounidis (Paraskevas Antzas 63'),
                    Ilias Poursanidis (Georgios Koutsis 79'), Theodoros Zagorakis [c], 
                    Nikos Frousos (Ioannis Papadimitriou 63'), Thomas Kyparissis,
                    Andreas Niniadis, Grigoris Georgatos.
Mexico B:           Corona, Galindo, López, Rojas (Aguado 84'),
                    Vallejo, Quintero, F. Pérez (M. Pérez 70'), L. Pérez,
                    Castro (Molina 46'), Martínez, Lozano (Márquez 46').
Referee:            Anton Getchov (Bulgaria).
Coaches:            Greece: Vasslis Daniil.
                    Mexico B:
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

17/08/1999, Amman (Jordan)
Arab Games
LIBYA               4 (Khaled Ramadan 32', Tareq Al-Tayyeb Ibrahim 38', 90', 
                       Ezzeddine Al-Nasrati 50')
BAHRAIN OLYMPIC     0
Libya:              Ali Suwaydan, Faysal Hassan, Khaled Mustapha, Omar Mohamed,
                    Mahmoud Makhlouf, Tareq Al-Tayyeb Ibahim, Ezzaddine Al-Nasrati 
                    (Khaled Hussein 64'), Khaled Ramadan (Jihad Al-Montasser 86'),
                    Ahmed Khalifa, Riyadh Juma'a, Ahmed Faraj.
Bahrain Olympic:    Abdulrahman Abdulkarim, Ghazi Majed, Ahmed Eissa, Mohamed Hussein,
                    Bassel Sultan, Suleyman Eissa, Ali Amer (Ibrahim Mashkhas 55'),
                    Rashed Al-Dossari (Abdullah Al-Abbadi 74'), Mahmoud Jalal 
                    (Salem Khalil 74'), Mohamed Suleyman, Mohamed Ja'afar.
Referee:            Omar Bishtawi (Bahrain).
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

18/08/1999, Montevideo, Estadio Centenario, 16000
Friendly International
URUGUAY             5 (Marcelo Otero 21', 72', Fabián Coelho 30', Fabián O'Neill 47',
                       Antonio Pacheco 54')
COSTA RICA          4 (Roland Gómez 8', 60', Rolando Fonseca 68', Steven Bryce 74')
Uruguay:            Fabián Carini, Martín Del Campo, Alejandro Lembo, Paolo Montero [c],
                    Gianni Guigou, Marcelo Romero, Juan González, Fabián Coelho,
                    Fabián O'Neill, Antonio Pacheco (Alvaro Recoba 62'), Marcelo Otero.
Costa Rica:         Erick Lonnis [c], Harold Wallace (Víctor Cordero 78'), Mauricio Wright
                    (Geovanni Jara 78'), Alexander Madrigal, Austin Berry, Roy Myers,
                    Walter Centeno, Rolando Fonseca, Wilmer López, Roland Gómez, Allan Oviedo 
                    (Steven Bryce 46').
Referee:            Robert Troxler (Paraguay).
Coaches:            Uruguay: Daniel Passarella (Argentina).
                    Costa Rica: Francisco Maturana (Colombia).

18/08/1999, Kavala, Ethniko Kavala, 2500
Friendly International
GREECE              3 (Nikos Lymberopoulos 20', 86', Tasos Katsiambis 90+')
EL SALVADOR         1 (Guillermo García 52' pen)
Greece:             Ilias Atmatzidis (Antonis Nikopolidis 46'), Aggelos Mbasinas 
                    (Vassilis Lakis 46'), Michalis Kasapis, Marinos Ouzounidis 
                    (Paraskevas Antzas 46'), Nikos Dabizas (Ioannis Papadimitriou 76'), 
                    Dimitris Mavrogenidis, Andreas Niniadis (Pantelis Konstantinidis 46'),
                    Akis Zikos, Theodoros Zagorakis [c] (Tasos Katsiambis 46'), 
                    Thomas Kyparissis (Nikos Frousos 60'), Nikos Lymberopoulos.
El Salvador:        Sergio Múñoz, Alexander Merino, Alexander Amaya (Oscar Ramírez 79'),
                    Guillermo García, Ernesto Gonches, Marlon Mendrano (William Torres 67'),
                    Roberto Hernández (William Osorio 52'), Guillermo Ramírez, 
                    Nelson Quintanilla, Vilchez (Adonay Martínez 74'), Mario Guevara 
                    (Juan Gómez 46').
Referee:            Graham Barber (England).
Coaches:            Greece: Vassilis Daniil.
                    El Salvador: M. Pérez Marinio.

18/08/1999, Samarkand, Dinamo, 10000
Friendly International
UZBEKISTAN          5 (Ilkhom Sharipov 6' pen, Maksim Shatskikh 25', 39', 58', 
                       Alisher Bazarov 54')
AZERBAIJAN          1 (Zaur Tagizade 47')
Uzbekistan:         Pavel Bugalo (Yevgeni Safonov 46'), Fevzi Davletov (Davron Faiziev 61'),
                    Saidullo Tursunov, Abdukakhor Marifaliev (Sherzod Sharipov 46'), 
                    Alexander Luschan, Ilkhom Sharipov (Ravshan Mataliev 46'),
                    Aleksandr Khvostunov, Nikolai Shirshov (Olimzhon Tillayev 70'),
                    Alisher Bazarov (N. Baranov 66'), Maksim Shatskikh, Dzhafar Irismetov.
Azerbaijan:         Dmitri Kramarenko, Igor Getman, Adagim Niftaliyev, Tarlan Akhmedov,
                    Emin Agaev, Ilgham Yadullayev, Makhmud Kurbanov (Vadim Vasilyev 46'), 
                    Aslan Kerimov (Bakhtiar Musayev 16'), Zaur Tagizade, Kurban Kurbanov
                    (Kamal Guliyev 46'), Elshan Gambarov.
Referee:            Gairat Karimov (Uzbekistan).
Coaches:            Uzbekistan:
                    Azerbaijan: Ahmed Aleskerov.
Cards:              None.

20/08/1999, Kavala, Ethniko Kavala, 3000
Friendly International
GREECE              3 (Aggelos Mbasinas 40', Nikos Lymberopoulos 50' pen, 
                       Apostolos Liolidis 79')
EL SALVADOR         0
Greece:             Nikos Michopoulos (Antonis Nikopolidis 46'), Ioannis Papadimitriou, 
                    Manolis Dermitzakis (Stelios Venetidis 46'), Nikos Dabizas, 
                    Marinos Ouzounidis [c], Tasos Katsiambis (Aggelos Mbasinas 30'), 
                    Georgios Chatzisizis (Apostolos Liolidis 59'), Georgios Karagkounis, 
                    Thomas Kyparissis (Nikos Frousos 46'), Nikos Lymberopoulos, 
                    Pantelis Konstantinidis.
El Salvador:        Sergio Múñoz (Fito Menéndez 77'), Roberto Hernández (William Osorio 61'),
                    Juan Gómez, Alexander Merino, Nelson Quintanilla, Alexander Amaya
                    (William Torres 45'), Guillermo García, Gustavo Ramírez 
                    (Oscar Ramírez 71'), Vilchez, Ernesto Góches (Adonay Martínez 74'), 
                    Marlon Medrano.
Referee:            Amit Klein (Israel).
Coaches:            Greece: Vassilis Daniil.
                    El Salvador: M. Pérez Marinio.
Notes:              Attendance also reported as 500.
                    First goal-scorer also reported as Nikos Dabizas.

21/08/1999, Amman (Jordan)
Arab Games
LIBYA               2 (Ahmed Faraj 41', 78')
IRAQ                0

23/08/1999, Amman (Jordan), Al-Hussein Stadium, 6000
Arab Games
SYRIA               1 (Mohamed Afash 40')
LIBYA               1 (Jihad Al-Montasser 50')

25/08/1999, Amman (Jordan), Amman International Stadium
Arab Games
LIBYA               2 (Ahmed Al-Masli 27', Khalifa Mohamed 82' pen)
PALESTINE           2 (Ibrahim Mansassri 1', Safwan Madi 90')
Libya:              Ali Suwaydan, Faysal Abou-Sha'aleh, Khaled Mustapha, Omar Al-Marini,
                    Mahmoud Shatta, Ezzeddine Faraj (Tareq Al-Tayeb 38'), Farid Mohamed, 
                    Riyadh Juma'a (Khaled Al-Tabib 74'), Jihad Al-Montasser, Ahmed Al-Masli,
                    Khaled Ramadan.
Palestine:          Louay Husni, Abdulraouf Haddad, Saed Jundiyya, Mohamed Al-Suweirki,
                    Safwan Madi, Nader Hajjar (Ayyad Hajjar 69'), Fadi Abou-Lotfia, 
                    Moyin Al-Maghribi, Samir Lotfia, Ibrahim Manassri (Samir Fleifel 84'),
                    Jamal Abou-Omair.
Referee:            Morad Al-Da'ami (Tunisia).
Cards:              Libya: Ahmed Al-Masli [R 33'].
                    Palestine: Abdulraouf Haddad [R 37'].

27/08/1999, Amman (Jordan)
Arab Games
LIBYA               1 (Jihad Al-Montasser 62')
UAE                 0

28/08/1999, Dhaka (Bangladesh), Bangabandhu National Stadium
Bangabandhu Cup
GHANA OLYMPIC       2 (Shila Alhassan 16', Kwame Osei 32')
NEPAL               1 (Dilli Ram Shrestha 74')
Ghana Olympic:      Osei Botere, Shila Alhassan, Kwame Osei, [8 missing].
Nepal:              Hari Khadka (Dilli Ram Shrestha 46'), Deepak Amatya (Ananta Thapa 46'),
                    Bal Gopal Maharjan (Sandesh Shrestha 46'), Bastanta Thapa, Basanta Gauchan,
                    Kumar Thapa, [5 missing].
Coaches:            Ghana Olympic:
                    Nepal: Stephen Constantine (England).
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

29/08/1999, Amman (Jordan), Amman International Stadium, 15000
Arab Games
IRAQ                3 (Habib Ja'afar 3', Hossam Fawzi 18', Issam Hamad 32')
LIBYA               1 (Ahmed Faraj 16')
Iraq:               Hashem Khamis, Khaled Sabbar, Ahmed Kazem, Issam Hamad, Radhi Shneishel,
                    Yasser Abdullatif (Abbas Rahim 74'), Habib Ja'afar, 
                    Abdulwahhab Abou Al-Heil, Hashem Mohamed, Hossam Fawzi, Razzaq Farhan 
                    (Haydar Mahmoud 86').
Libya:              Ali Suwaydan, Saleh Bou-Qayida (Toufiq Mohamed 46'), Mahmoud Makhlouf,
                    Yasser Hassan, Omar Al-Maryami, Riyadh Juma'a (Khaled Al-Tabib 71'),
                    Faysal Hassan, Ezzeddine Al-Nasrati, Ahmed Faraj, Tareq Ibrahim,
                    Jihad Al-Montasser (Khaled Hussein 46').
Referee:            Nabil Ayyad (Lebanon).

07/09/1999, Liège, Schlessin, 15000
Friendly International
BELGIUM             4 (Lorenzo Staelens 9' pen, Johan Walem 18', Emile Mpenza 20', 
                       Branko Strupar 87')
MOROCCO             0
Belgium:            Geert De Vlieger, Eric Deflandre (Mark Hendrikx 46'), Jacky Peeters,
                    Lorenzo Staelens (Glen De Boeck 46' (Carl Hoefkens 55')), 
                    Nico Van Kerckhoven (David Brocken 46'), Yves Vanderhaeghe, Johan Walem, 
                    Bart Goor, Gert Verheyen (Mbo Mpenza 72'), Branko Strupar, Emile Mpenza.
Morocco:            Khalid Fouhami, Abdelilah Saber, Abdelkrim El Hadrioui (Youssef Rossi 46'),
                    Noureddine Naybet, Mustapha Hadji, Said Chiba, Abdeljalil Hadda 
                    (Gharib Amzine 76'), Ali El-Khattabi (Lahcen Abrami 46'), Hassan Kachloul
                    (Hicham Zerouali 46'), Tahar El-Khalej, Youssef Chippo.
Referee:            Georgios Fassolis (Greece).
Coaches:            Belgium: Robert Waseige.
                    Morocco:
Cards:              Belgium: Eric Deflandre [Y 42'], Gert Verheyen [Y 59'].
                    Morocco: Abdelilah Saber [Y 8'], Lahcen Abrami [Y 47'].

08/09/1999, Miami (USA), Orange Bowl, 6168
Friendly International
TRINIDAD/TOBAGO     4 (Stern John 23', 56', 83', Arnold Dwarika 52')
COLOMBIA            3 (Iván Valenciano 18' pen, 61', 78')
Trinidad/Tobago:    Shaka Hislop, Ansil Elcock, Shurland David, Derek King, Marvin Andrews,
                    Angus Eve, Anthony Rougier (?. Leicester 78'), Lyndon Andrews 
                    (Mickey Trotman 60'), Stern John, Jerren Nixon (Avery John 46'),
                    Arnold Dwarika (Stokely Mason 89').
Colombia:           Miguel Calero, Rubiel Quintana (Rubén Darío Velásquez 81'), 
                    Manuel Galarcio, Carlos Asprilla, Roberto Carlos Cortés, 
                    Juan Carlos Ramírez, Alexander Viveros (Máyer Candelo 62'), 
                    Freddy Grisales (Bonner Mosquera 85'), Arnulfo Valentierra, 
                    Iván Valenciano (Henry Zambrano 74'), Orlando Ballesteros 
                    (Jairo Castillo 65').
Referee:
Coaches:            Trinidad/Tobago:
                    Colombia: Javier Álvarez.
Note:               Attendance also reported as 22000.

08/09/1999
Friendly International
ZAMBIA              0
SAUDI ARABIA        0
Referee:            Wilfred Mukuna (Zimbabwe).

11/09/1999
Friendly International
ZAMBIA              1
SAUDI ARABIA        2
Referee:            Felix Tangawarima (Zimbabwe).

18/09/1999, Cape Town, Newlands, 2000
Afro-Asian Cup
SOUTH AFRICA        1 (Pollen Ndlanya 48')
SAUDI ARABIA        0
South Africa:       John Tlale, Papi Khomane, Mark Fish, Pierre Issa, Eric Tinkler,
                    Thabo Mngomeni (Helman Mkhalele 52'), John Moshoeu, Ivan McKinley 
                    (Quinton Fortune 46'), Joel Masilela, Pollen Ndlanya, Benedict McCarthy
                    (Shaun Bartlett 74').
Saudi Arabia:       Mohammed Al Deayea, Mohammed Al Khilaiwi, Abdullah Zubromawi, 
                    Saleh Al Dawod, Hussein Sulimani, Ibrahim Al Harbi, Mohammad Al Jahani,
                    Fahad Al Subaie, Abdullah Al Sharani (Nawaf Al Temyat 61'), Hamzah Falatah
                    (Fahad Mehalel 80'), Marzouk Al Otaibi (Obeid Al Dossary 56').
Referee:            Felix Tangawarima (Zimbabwe).
Coaches:            South Africa: Trott Moloto.
                    Saudi Arabia: Milan Máčala (Czech Republic).

28/09/1999, Port-au-Prince
Friendly International
HAITI               3
VENEZUELA           2
Referee:            Wilson Saint-Clair (Haiti).

30/09/1999, Riyadh, King Fahd Stadium, 50000
Afro-Asian Cup
SAUDI ARABIA        0
SOUTH AFRICA        0
Saudi Arabia:       Mohamed Al Deayea, Saleh Al Dawod, Mohamed Al Khilaiwi, Abdullah Sulaiman,
                    Mohammed Sheliah, Hassan Abdul Ghani, Irahim Mater, Nawaf Al Temyat,
                    Khaled Al Timawi (Fahad Al Subaie 80'), Sami Al Jaber (Fahad Mehalel 63'),
                    Obeid Al Dossary (Marzouk Al Otaibi 71').
South Africa:       Andre Arendse, Joel Masilela (Themba Mnguni 61'), Frank Schoeman, 
                    Alex Bapela, Daniel Mudau, Mark Fish, Ivan McKinley, Aaron Mokoena,
                    Philemon Masinga, Dumisa Ngobe (Godfrey Sapula 65'), Eric Tinkler.
Coaches:            Saudi Arabia: Milan Máčala (Czech Republic).
                    South Africa: Trott Moloto.

09/10/1999, Amsterdam, Amsterdam ArenA, 51000
Friendly International
NETHERLANDS         2 (Dennis Bergkamp 37', Boudewijn Zenden 43')
BRAZIL              2 (Roberto Carlos 55', Cafu 72')
Netherlands:        Edwin van der Sar, Ronald de Boer [c], Winston Bogarde, Bert Konterman, 
                    Giovanni van Bronckhorst, Marc van Hintum, Aron Winter
                    (Jean-Paul van Gastel 46'), Clarence Seedorf, Boudewijn Zenden 
                    (Peter van Vossen 84'), Dennis Bergkamp (Ruud van Nistelrooij 70'),
                    Patrick Kluivert.
Brazil:             Dida, Cafu [c], Antônio Carlos, Roque Júnior, Roberto Carlos, Émerson,
                    Vampeta (Juninho Pernambucano 46'), Felipe (Ronaldinho Gaúcho 67'), Rivaldo,
                    Ronaldo (Marcos Assunção 77'), Élber (Sávio 46').
Referee:            Markus Merk (Germany).
Coaches:            Netherlands: Frank Rijkaard.
                    Brazil: Wanderley Luxemburgo.
Cards:              Netherlands: Marc van Hintum [Y 1'], Winston Bogarde [Y 81'], 
                    Brazil: None.
Notes:              Dida saved a penalty from Patrick Kluivert at 57'.
                    Netherlands first goal scorer also reported as Roberto Carlos OG.

10/10/1999, København, Parken, 13131
Friendly International
DENMARK             0
IRAN                0
Denmark:            Peter Schmeichel [c], Søren Colding, René Henriksen, Jes Høgh, Jan Heintze 
                    (Michael Schjønberg 46'), Thomas Helveg, Allan Nielsen, Stig Tøfting 
                    (Morten Wieghorst 73'), Bjarne Goldbæk (Per Frandsen 87'), 
                    Jon Dahl Tomasson, Ebbe Sand (Søren Andersen 73').
Iran:               Hadi Tabatabaei, Ismael Halali (Mohammad Navazi 54'), Mehdi Hashemi-Nasab,
                    Javad Zarincheh, Behrouz Rahbarifar, Mehdi Mahdavikia, Dariush Yazdani,
                    Hamid Reza Estili (Majid Basirat 83'), Ali Reza Emamifar, Ali Daei,
                    Ali Mousavi (Farhad Majidi 83').
Referee:            Eric Blareau (Belgium).
Coaches:            Denmark: Bo Johansson (Sweden).
                    Iran: Mansour Pourhaidari.
Cards:              None.

12/10/1999, Hong Kong
Friendly International
HONG KONG           4
MAURITIUS           3

13/10/1999, Chicago (USA), Soldier Field, 13125
Friendly International
MEXICO              0
PARAGUAY            1 (Delio Toledo 65')
Mexico:             Oscar Pérez, Héctor Altamirano (Paulo César Chávez 46'), Claudio Suárez,
                    Joaquín Beltrán, David Oteo, Germán Villa, Ramón Ramírez 
                    (Gerardo Torrado 46'), Jesús Arellano (Jesús Mendoza 52'), Emilio Mora 
                    (Carlos Morales 81'), Luis Hernández (Luis Fernando Soto 46'), 
                    Juan Francisco Palencia.
Paraguay:           José Luis Chilavert, Denis Caniza, Celso Ayala, Juan Daniel Cáceres,
                    Delio Toledo (Alfredo Amarilla 84'), Diego Gavilán (Raúl Arviniagaldez 41'),
                    Derlis Soto (Julio César Cáceres 46'), Julio Enciso, Víctor Quintana 
                    (Hugo Sosa 75'), Nelson Cuevas (Raúl Román 60'), Domingo Arévalo. 
Referee:            Timothy Weyland (USA).
Coaches:            Mexico: Manuel Lapuente.
                    Paraguay: Sergio Markarián (Uruguay).
Cards:              Mexico: Juan Francisco Palencia [Y], Gerardo Torrado [Y].
                    Paraguay: Denis Caniza [Y], Derlis Soto [Y], Raúl Arviniagaldez [Y].

15/10/1999, Ciudad de Guatemala, Estadio Mateo Flores, 17000
Friendly International
GUATEMALA           0
PARAGUAY            0
Guatemala:          Edgar Estrada, Germán Ruano, Catalino Molina, Edgar González 
                    (Erick Miranda 46'), Julio Girón, Carlos Lemus, Jorge Pérez, César Trujillo 
                    (Fredy García), Juan Carlos Plata (Raúl Calderon 46'), Mario Acévedo 
                    (Walter Cifuentes), Andrés Rivera.
Paraguay:           Aldo Bobadilla, Rubén Maldonado, Celso Ayala, Juan Daniel Cáceres, 
                    Julio César Enciso (Hugo Ranulfo Sosa 75'), Víctor Quintana, Nelson Cuevas 
                    (Raúl Avinagalde 51'), Delio Toledo (Raúl Román 79'), 
                    Domingo Arevalos, César Cáceres (Derlis Soto 70'), 
                    José Cardozo (Alfredo Amarilla 78').
Referee:            Rafael Rodríguez (El Salvador).
Coaches:            Guatemala: Benjamin Monterroso.
                    Paraguay: Sergio Markarián (Uruguay).
Cards:              Guatemala: Mario Acévedo [Y], Germá Ruano [Y].
                    Paraguay: None.
Note:               Date also given as 16/10/1999.

16/10/1999, Tunis, 10000
Friendly International
TUNISIA             1 (Mehdi Ben Slimane 5')
UAE                 0
Referee:            Mohsen Boukthir (Tunisia).

20/10/1999, San Diego (USA), Qualcomm Stadium, 24582
Friendly International
MEXICO              0
COLOMBIA            0
Mexico:             Jorge Campos, Paulo César Chávez (Salvador Carmona 9'), Joaquín Beltrán,
                    David Oteo, Ignacio Hierro, Joaquín Del Olmo, Gerardo Torrado 
                    (Jesús Mendoza 61'), Luis Fernando Soto, Ramón Ramírez, Luis Hernández,
                    José Manuel Abundis.
Colombia:           Miguel Calero, Rubiel Quintana, Carlos Asprilla, Alexander Posada,
                    Roberto Carlos Cortés, John Harold Lozano, Jorge Bolaño 
                    (Máyer Candelo 73'), Alexander Viveros, Arnulfo Valentierra
                    (Freddy Grisales 73'), Edwin Congo, Jairo Castillo.
Referee:            Ricardo Valenzuela (USA).
Coaches:            Mexico: Manuel Lapuente.
                    Colombia: Javier Álvarez.
Cards:              Mexico: Joaquín Del Olmo [Y], Gerardo Torrado [Y], Joaquín Beltrán [Y].
                    Colombia: Carlos Asprilla [Y], Rubiel Quintana [Y], Miguel Calero [Y], 
                              Alexander Viveros [Y].

27/10/1999, Houston (USA), Robertson Stadium, 30000
Friendly International
MEXICO              0
ECUADOR             0
Mexico:             Oswaldo Sánchez, Salvador Carmona (Jesús Mendoza 62'), Joaquín Beltrán 
                    (Sergio Almaguer 62'), David Oteo, Ignacio Hierro, Gerardo Torrado, 
                    Joaquín Del Olmo (Germán Villa 46'), Ramón Ramírez (Rafael García 46'),
                    Luis Fernando Soto (Jesús Olalde 46'), Luis Hernández, José Manuel Abundis.
Ecuador:            Carlos Morales (Héctor Rolando Carabalí 17'), Marlon Ayoví, Iván Hurtado,
                    Alberto Montaño, John Patricio Cagua, Edwin Tenorio, Jairon Zamora,
                    Wellington Sánchez (César Fabián Cubero 46'), Kléber Chala, Agustín Delgado
                    (Santiago Morales 64'), Eduardo Hurtado (Carlos García 74').
Referee:            Ali Saheli (USA).
Coaches:            Mexico: Manuel Lapuente.
                    Ecuador: Hernán Darío Gómez (Colombia).
Cards:              Mexico: Gerardo Torrado [Y], Luis Fernando Soto [Y], Germán Villa [Y],
                            Luis Hernández [Y].
                    Ecuador: None.

30/10/1999, Abu Dhabi (UAE), Aljazera, 12000
Friendship Tournament
IRAQ                1 (Ali Kadhim 30')
ESTONIA             1 (Mahmoud Haydar OG 31')
Iraq:
Estonia:            Martin Kaalma, ?. Rooba (Aivar Anniste 46'), Sergei Hohlov-Simson,
                    Andrei Stepanov, Urmas Kirs, Sergei Terekhov, Viktor Alonen 
                    (Erko Saviauk 80'), Martin Reim, Marko Kristal (Kert Haavistu 84'),
                    Andres Oper (Dimitri Ustritsky 46'), Kristen Viikmäe 
                    (Ivan O'Konnel-Bronin 63').
Referee:            Sakhakh Hamid (UAE).
Coaches:            Iraq:
                    Estonia: Teitur Þórðarsson (Iceland).

01/11/1999, Abu Dhabi, Aljazera, 8500
Friendship Tournament
UAE                 2 (Eissa Abdullah 31', Abdul Salam Tumaa 81')
ESTONIA             2 (Martin Reim 19', Andres Oper 38')
UAE:
Estonia:            Martin Kaalma, Viktor Alonen, Sergei Hohlov-Simson, Andrei Stepanov,
                    Urmas Kirs, Sergei Terekhov (Janek Meet 88'), Aivar Anniste 
                    (Marko Kristal 86'), Martin Reim, Ivan O'Konnel-Bronin (Kert Haavistu 67'),
                    Andres Oper (Joel Lindpere 45'), Indrek Zelinski (Kristen Viikmäe 55').
Referee:            Ali Farid (UAE).
Coaches:            UAE:
                    Estonia: Teitur Þórðarsson (Iceland).

03/11/1999, Abu Dhabi (UAE), 9000
Friendship Tournament
ESTONIA             1 (Kristen Viikmäe 47')
TURKMENISTAN        1 (Mukhadov 38')
Estonia:            Martin Kaalma, Viktor Alonen, Sergei Hohlov-Simson (Erko Saviauk 39'),
                    Andrei Stepanov, Urmas Kirs, Kert Haavistu (Ivan O'Konnel-Bronin 64'),
                    Aivar Anniste (Sergei Terekhov 46'), Martin Reim, Marko Kristal, 
                    Andres Oper (Dmitri Ustritsky 89'), Joel Lindpere (Kristen Viikmäe 46').
Referee:            Abdullah El-Barnaj (UAE).
Coaches:            Estonia: Teitur Þórðarsson (Iceland).
                    Turkmenistan:

13/11/1999, Kilkis (Macedonia), Ethniko, 4856
Friendly International
GREECE              2 (Nikos Machlas 25', 61')
NIGERIA             0
Greece:             Antonis Nikopolidis, Aggelos Mbasinas, Stelios Venetidis 
                    (Manolis Dermitzakis 59'), Nikos Dabizas, Marinos Ouzounidis, 
                    Ioannis Gkoumas, Georgios Ch. Georgiadis (Georgios Koutsis 72'),
                    Kostas Frantzeskos (Theodoros Zagorakis 82'), Nikos Machlas 
                    (Thomas Kyparissis 68'), Nikos Lymberopoulos (Ioannis Papadimitriou 84'),
                    Ieroklis Stoltidis (Kostas Konstantinidis 62').
Nigeria:            Murphy Akanji, Taribo West, Sunday Oliseh, Victor Ikpeba, Tijani Babangida,
                    Emeka Ifejiagwa, Enuaguana, Adeola Akinbiyi, Harrison Omoko, Avara
                    (Johnson 66'), Lucky Idahor (Semino 66').
Referee:            Viorel Anghelinei (Romania).
Coaches:            Greece: Vassilis Daniil.
                    Nigeria:

13/11/1999, Vigo, Balaídos, 35000
Friendly International
SPAIN               0
BRAZIL              0
Spain:              José Francisco Molina, Michel Salgado, Paco, Abelardo, Sergi,
                    Josep Guardiola, Joseba Etxeberría (Pedro Munitis 67'), Juan Carlos Valerón
                    (Vicente Engonga 67'), Luis Enrique (Gaizka Mendieta 81'), Raúl
                    (Alfonso 85'), Fernando Morientes (Ismael Urzaiz 67').
Brazil:             Marcos, Cafu, Antônio Carlos, Aldair, Roberto Carlos, Marcos Assunção,
                    Émerson, Zé Roberto (Giovanni 69'), Rivaldo (Zé Elias 89'),
                    "Sonny" Anderson (Jardel 14'), Élber.
Referee:            Rene Temmink (Netherlands).
Coaches:            Spain: José Antonio Camacho.
                    Brazil: Candinho.
Cards:              Spain: Paco [Y 66'].
                    Brazil: Émerson [Y 44'], Cafu [Y 50'], Rivaldo [Y 85'].

14/11/1999, Sydney, Stadium Australia, 50325
Friendly International
AUSTRALIA           0
BRAZIL OLYMPIC      2 (Álvaro 32;, Alex 39')
Australia:          Mark Bosnich (Zeljko Kalac 77'), Kevin Muscat, Paul Okon 
                    (Brett Emerton 76'), Craig Moore, Tony Vidmar, Damian Mori 
                    (Brad Maloney 46'), Ned Zelic, Danny Tiatto, Steve Corica, Richard Johnson,
                    Paul Agostino (Zeljko Babic 76').
Brazil Olympic:     Sílvio, Mancini, Fábio Bilica, Álvaro, Dedê (Athirson 15'), 
                    Marcos Paulo, Mozart, Alex (Lincoln 81'), Denílson, Fábio Júnior 
                    (Warley 63'), Ronaldinho Gaúcho (Adriano 63').
Referee:            Brett Hugo (Australia).
Coaches:            Australia: Frank Farina.
                    Brazil Olympic: Wanderley Luxemburgo.
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

17/11/1999, Melbourne, Melbourne Cricket Ground, 70795
Friendly International
AUSTRALIA           2 (Paul Agostino 11', 60')
BRAZIL OLYMPIC      2 (Ronaldinho Gaúcho 74', Fabio Júnior 86')
Australia:          Zeljko Kalac, Kevin Muscat, Craig Moore, Paul Okon (Richard Johnson 80'),
                    Tony Vidmar, Josip Skoko (Hayden Foxe 80'), Mark Viduka (Zeljko Babic 74'),
                    Paul Agostino, Steven Laybutt, Brad Maloney (Brett Emerton 86'), 
                    Danny Tiatto.
Brazil Olympic:     Alexandre, Michel (Mancini 63'), Mílton do Ó (Álvaro 60'), Jean,
                    Athirson, Marcos Paulo, Mozart, Lincoln (Alex ), Denílson, Warley
                    (Fábio Júnior 63'), Adriano (Ronaldinho Gaúcho 58').
Referee:            Eddie Lennie (Australia).
Coaches:            Australia: Frank Farina.
                    Brazil Olympic: Wanderley Luxemburgo.
Cards:              Australia: Brad Maloney [Y], Danny Tiatto [Y].
                    Brazil Olympic: Fabio Júnior [Y].
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

17/11/1999, Marrakech, Harti, 18000
Friendly International
MOROCCO             2 (Adil Ramzi 15', Mustapha Hadji 27' pen)
USA                 1 (Eric Wynalda 19')
Morocco:            Khalid Fouhami, Lahcen Abrami, Youssef Mariana, Nourreddine Naybet,
                    Abdelilah Fahmi, Tahar El Khalej, Said Chiba, Youssef Chippo
                    (Abdelilah Saber 46' (Rachid Benmahmoud 72')), Mustapha Hadji, Adil Ramzi
                    (Redouane El Allaly 75'), Salaheddine Bassir.
USA:                Kasey Keller (Brad Friedel 46'), David Regis, Gregg Berhalter, C.J. Brown,
                    Frankie Hejduk, Chris Armas, Chad Deering, Claudio Reyna, Jovan Kirovski,
                    Joe-Max Moore (Steve Ralston 76'), Eric Wynalda (Jason Kreis 59').
Coaches:            Morocco:
                    USA: Bruce Arena.
Cards:              Morocco: Lahcen Abrami [Y 73'].
                    USA: Gregg Berhalter [Y 24'].

17/11/1999, Lima, Estadio Nacional, 29809
Friendly International
PERU                2 (Roberto Palacios 22', Nolberto Solano 37')
SLOVAKIA            1 (Vladimír Kožuch 18')
Peru:               Oscar Ibáñez, Jorge Soto, Sandro Baylón, Miguel Rebosio, Marcial Salazar,
                    Juan Jayo, Germán Pinillos, Nolberto Solano (Eddie Carazas 62'),
                    Roberto Palacios (John Hinostroza 78'), Roberto Holsen, Abel Lobatón 
                    (Ysrael Zúñiga 60').
Slovakia:           Miroslav König, Jaroslav Hrabal, Tibor Zátek, Milan Timko 
                    (Karol Schulz 46'), Martin Konečný, Jozef Valachovič (Peter Suchý 84'),
                    Vladimír Leitner, Vladimír Janočko (Róbert Hanko 83'), Marek Ujlaky 
                    (Ondrej Šmelko 67'), Jozef Kožlej (Marián Dirnbach 46'), Vladimír Kožuch.
Referee:            Eduardo Gamboa Martínez (Chile).
Coaches:            Peru: Francisco Maturana (Colombia).
                    Slovakia: Jozef Adamec.
Cards:              Peru: Juan Jayo [Y].
                    Slovakia: Ondrej Šmelko [Y].
Note:               It is also reported that Šmelko replaced Leitner, not Uljaky, and that the 
                    Hanko substitution was at 72'.

17/11/1999, Seville, La Cartuja, 65000
Friendly International
SPAIN               0
ARGENTINA           2 (Cristian "Kily" González 63', Mauricio Pochettino 75')
Spain:              Molina, Ferrer, Miguel Ángel Nadal, Paco, Agustín Aranzábal,
                    Gaizka Mendieta (Fernando Morientes 73'), Josep Guardiola, Julen Guerrero 
                    (Juan Carlos Valerón 67'), Luis Enrique (Joseba Exteberría 46'), Alfonso 
                    (Ismael Urzaiz 22'), Raúl (Pedro Munitis 46').
Argentina:          Germán Burgos, Roberto Néstor Sensini, Roberto Ayala, Mauricio Pochettino,
                    Nelson Vivas, Diego Simeone, Javier Zanetti, Cristian "Kily" González, 
                    Ariel Ortega (Santiago Solari 87'), Hernán Crespo (Eduardo Berizzo 90+'), 
                    Claudio López (Gustavo López 77').
Referee:            Giorgos Psychomanys (Greece).
Coaches:            Spain: José Antonio Camacho.
                    Argentina: Marcelo Bielsa.
Cards:              Spain: None.
                    Argentina: Diego Simeone [Y 75'].

19/11/1999, Bogotá, Estadio Nemesio Camacho 'El Campín', 35000
Friendly International
COLOMBIA            1 (Stanislav Varga 67' OG)
SLOVAKIA            0
Colombia:           Agustín Julio, Rubiel Quintana (Flaminio Rivas 82'), Pedro Portocarrero, 
                    Alexander Posada (Carlos Asprilla 77'), González, Jorge Bolaño,
                    Alexander Viveros (Fabián Vargas 80'), Frankie Oviedo, Alberto Montaño 
                    (Freddy Grisales 61'), Víctor Bonilla, Julián Téllez (Héctor Salazar 65').
Slovakia:           Kamil Susko, Stanislav Varga, Jaroslav Hrabal, Karol Schulz,
                    Martin Konečný, Róbert Hanko (Peter Suchý 79'), Jozef Valachovič,
                    Vladimír Janočko (Marián Dirnbach 61'), Ondrej Šmelko, 
                    Vladimír Kožuch, Marek Ujlaky.
Referee:            Oscar Villavicensio Ruíz Acosta (Colombia).
Coaches:            Colombia: Javier Álvarez.
                    Slovakia: Jozef Adamec.
Cards:              Colombia: Alexander Posada [Y].
                    Slovakia: Ondrej Šmelko [Y].

23/11/1999, Ciudad de Guatemala, Estadio Mateo Flores, 3000
Friendly International
GUATEMALA           0
SLOVAKIA            1 (Jaroslav Hrabal 76')
Guatemala:          Edgar Estrada, Germá Ruano, Erick Miranda, Catalino Molina, ?. Corleto,
                    Jorge Pérez, Guilermo Ramírez, Julio Girón, Edgar Valencia,
                    Jorge Rodas (Eduardo Acevedo 22'), Juan Carlos Plata (Fredy García 61').
Slovakia:           Miroslav König, Jaroslav Hrabal (Karol Schulz 90'), Stanislav Varga,
                    František Hadviger, Jozef Valachovič, Tibor Zátek, Vladimír Janočko 
                    (Jozef Kožlej 60'), Vladimír Leitner, Róbert Hanko 
                    (Martin Konečný 60'), Marek Ujlaky, Vladimír Kožuch.
Referee:            Hugo Rolando Castillo (Guatemala).
Coaches:            Guatemala: Benjamin Monterroso.
                    Slovakia: Jozef Adamec.
Cards:              Guatemala: None.
                    Slovakia: Róbert Hanko [Y], Jaroslav Hrabal [Y].

24/11/1999, Beirut, Municipal Stadium, 2000
Friendly International
LEBANON             0
MALTA               0
Lebanon:            Wahid Fattal, Youssouf Mohamed, Mohamed Halaweh, Ahmed Noamani,
                    Fouad Hijazi, Youssouf Barakat (Imad Al-Miri 60'), Krekor Aloizan,
                    ?. Antar (?. Ysuf 85'), Moussa Hjeij (Rabih Othman 78'), 
                    Vartan Ghazarian (?. Goson 66'), Zaher Al-Indari (Nasrat Al-Jamal 77').
Malta:              Ernest Barry, John Buttigieg, David Carabott, Darren Debono, 
                    Daniel Theuma, Joe Brincat (Jonathan Hollend 46'), Carmel Busuttil 
                    (Nenad Veselji 63'), David Camilleri (Stefan Giglio 66'), Antoine Zahra I, 
                    Gilbert Agius (George Mallia 46'), Chucks Nwoko 
                    (Digger Ifeanyi Okonkwo 90')
Referee:            Taleb Ramadan (Lebanon).
Coaches:            Lebanon:
                    Malta: Josif Ilic (Yugoslavia).

25/11/1999, San José, Estadio Alejandro Morera, 17000
Friendly International
COSTA RICA          4 (Wálter Centeno 28', Jéwisson Bennett 46', Ondrej Šmelko 72' OG,
                       Luis Diego Arnáez 79')
SLOVAKIA            0
Costa Rica:         Álvaro Mesén, Víctor Cordero, Javier Delgado, Pablo Chinchilla, 
                    Hárold Wallace, Luis Diego Arnáez, Wílmer López, Wálter Centeno,
                    Austin Berry, Hernán Medford, Jéwisson Bennett (Steven Bryce 55').
Slovakia:           Kamil Susko, Jaroslav Hrabal, Stanislav Varga, Karol Schulz,
                    Martin Konečný, Tibor Zátek, Ondrej Šmelko, Marek Ujlaky,
                    Vladimír Leitner, Vladimír Kožuch (Marián Dirnbach 63'), Jozef Kožlej
                    (Vladimír Janočko 55').
Referee:            William Mattus (Costa Rica).
Coaches:            Costa Rica: Marvin Rodríguez.
                    Slovakia: Jozef Adamec.
Cards:              Costa Rica: Austin Berry [Y 62' YR 73'], Steven Bryce [Y 83'].
                    Slovakia: Karol Schulz [Y 30'], Jaroslav Hrabal [Y 39' YR 48'], 
                              Marek Ujlaky [R 46'], Vladimír Janočko [Y 82'].
Note:               Venue also reported as Alajuela.

27/11/1999, Pretoria, Loftus Versfeld, 28000
Nelson Mandela Challenge
SOUTH AFRICA        1 (Siyabonga Nomvete 88')
SWEDEN              0
South Africa:       Andre Arendse, Papi Khomane, Pierre Issa, Lucas Radebe, Isaac Shai
                    (Steve Lekoelea 62'), Helman Mkhalele, Dumisa Ngobe, John Moshoeu 
                    (Alex Bapela 70'), Eric Tinkler, Pollen Ndlanya (Siyabonga Nomvete 84'),
                    Philemon Masinga.
Sweden:             Magnus Kihlstedt (Mattias Asper 46'), Roland Nilsson, Tomas Gustafsson,
                    Andreas Jakobsson, Pontus Kåmark, Andreas Andersson, Håkan Mild,
                    Daniel Tjernström (Tobias Linderoth 59'), Magnus Svensson, Mattias Jonsson
                    (Anders Svensson 89'), Magnus Allbäck (Jonas Wallerstedt 79').
Referee:            Edwin Senai (Botswana).
Coaches:            South Africa: Trott Moloto.
                    Sweden: Tommy Söderberg.
Cards:              South Africa: Papi Khomane [Y].
                    Sweden: Andreas Andersson [R 56'].

01/12/1999, Lima, Estadio Nacional, 10000
Friendly International
PERU                0
HONDURAS            0
Peru:               Oscar Ibáñez, Jorge Soto, José Soto, Juan Pajuelo, Percy Olivares,
                    Juan Jayo, Germán Pinillos (Freddy Suárez 61'), Pablo Zegarra,
                    Rafael Villanueva (Jorge Huamán 46'), Abel Lobatón, Ysrael Zúñiga
                    (Andrés Mendoza 67').
Honduras:           Wílmer Cruz, Milton Reyes (Ricardo García 75'), Mario Guerrero, 
                    José Reinaldo Clavasquín, Ninrod Medina, Samuel Caballero, Oscar Lagos, 
                    Amado Guevara (Julio César León 61'), Francisco Pavón (David Cárcamo 81'),
                    Carlos Pavón (Manuel Cárcamo 40'), Wílmer Velásquez (Francis Reyes 87').
Referee:            Luis Peña (Chile).
Coaches:            Peru: Francisco Maturana (Colombia).
                    Honduras: Ramón Madariaga.
Cards:              Peru: Percy Olivares [Y], Pablo Zegarra [Y].
                    Honduras: José Reinaldo Clavasquín [Y], Oscar Lagos [Y], 
                              Ricardo García [Y].

07/12/1999
Friendly International
PARAGUAY            1
DENMARK OLYMPIC     1
Note:               Not a full FIFA international.

14/12/1999, Thessaloniki, Kaftatzoglio, 10000
Friendly International (Testimonial for Vassilis Chatzipanagis)
GREECE              1 (Thomas Kyparissis 12')
GHANA               1 (Charles Akonnor 41')
Greece:             Dimitris Eleftheropoulos (Fanis Katerjiannakis 59'), Georgios Amanatidis,
                    Dimitris Mavrogenidis, Stelios Venetidis, Georgios Ch. Georgiadis 
                    (Pantelis Konstantinidis 78'), Ieroklis Stoltidis (Georgios Koutsis 69'),
                    Vassilis Tsartas (Ilias Poursanidis 46'), Vassilis Chatzipanagis 
                    (Kostas Frantzeskos 21'), Nikos Dabizas, Marinos Ouzounidis 
                    (Paraskevas Antzas 64'), Thomas Kyparissis.
Ghana:              Richard Kingston, Yaw Owusu, Emmanuel Osei Kuffour (Owusu Benson 31'),
                    Jacob Nettey, Stephen Baidoo, Koffi Amponsah, Charles Akonnor [c] 
                    (Baba Adams 57'), Kwame Ayew (Ohene Kennedy 58'), Augustine Ahinful 
                    (Derek Boateng 85'), Samuel Johnson, Peter Ofori-Quaye (Justice Ampah 70').
Referee:            Arturo Ibáñez (Spain).
Coaches:            Greece: Vassilis Daniil.
                    Ghana:

15/12/1999, Ta' Qali, 4000
Friendly International
MALTA               1 (Carabott 78' pen)
LEBANON             0
Referee:            Marco Tura (San Marino).
Note:               Match abandoned at 83' due to players fighting.

16/12/1999, San Pedro Sula, Olimpic, 3500
Friendly International
HONDURAS            7 (Juan Manuel Cárcamo 11', Samuel Caballero 14', 89', Julio De León 29',
                       Jairo Martínez 30', Amado Guevara 85', 86')
ZAMBIA              1 (Rotson Kilambe 47')
Honduras:           Hugo Caballero, Milton Reyes, Reynaldo Clavasquín, Nímrod Medina, 
                    Ricky García, Samuel Caballero, Oscar Lagos, Amado Guevara, Julio De León,
                    Juan Manuel Cárcamo, Jairo Martínez.
                    [Subs Used: César Méndez, Francis Reyes, Fabio Ulloa, Ren#225;n Bengoché].
Zambia:             David Phiri, Manasse Mwanza, Laughter Chilombi, Jones Mwewa, 
                    Kampamba Chintu, Elijah Tana, Bernard Makufi, Andrew Tembo, Mwape Miti,
                    Kenneth Malitoli, David Chilufya. [Subs Used: Rotson Kilambe,
                    Zeddy Saileti, Sandrous Kunwenda, Arthur Lungu].
Referee:            Vivian Rodríguez (Honduras).
Coaches:            Honduras: Ramón Maradiaga.
                    Zambia:
Cards:              Honduras:
                    Zambia: Laughter Chilombi [Y], Rotson Kilambe [Y], Elijah Tana [R],
                            Manesse Mwanza [R].

1999 overview


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