Croatia - International Matches


Introduction

A bit of history

In the year 1903 the first two football clubs in Croatia were founded: PNiSK (Prvi nogometni i sportski klub - First Football and Sport Club) and HASK (Hrvatski akademski sportski klub - Croatian Academy Sport Club), both from Zagreb. 3 years later, these 2 teams played the first Croatian football match: HASK - PNiSK 1:1. After this match, many football clubs were founded all around Croatia: Slavija Trsat (1905), Concordia Zagreb (1906), Segesta Sisak (1906), Croatia Zagreb (1907), Hajduk Split (1911), Gradjanski Zagreb (1911) and many other more or less known.

In 1907 a first Croatian National team played 2 matches vs. one of the leading teams of Central Europe - Slavia Prague. In the year 1912 the HNS (Croatian Football Federation) was founded. The first Croatian championship was played in 1912/13 and won by HASK Zagreb.

After World War I, HNS continued local competitions. Then, after Croatia joined the Serbian and Montenegrin Kingdoms to found the Yugoslav Kingdom, the JNS (Yugoslav Football Federation) was founded in Zagreb, capital of Croatia. Its first president was also Croat, the former president of HASK - Hinko Wurth. In 1920 the Yugoslav National team played its first match, vs. Czechoslovakia (0:7). In 1923 the first Yugoslav championship was played and won by Gradjanski Zagreb. Until 1940 the Croatian teams played in the Yugoslav championship.

Gradjanski Zagreb won the title in 1923, 1926, 1928, 1937 and 1940, Hajduk Split in 1927 and 1929, Concordia Zagreb in 1930 and 1932, HASK Zagreb in 1938.

From 1939 to 1941 Croatia was an autonomous part of Yugoslavia, so the Croatian National team played first official matches (Zagreb, 1940: Croatia - Switzerland 4:0)

During World War II, Germany and Italy founded the NDH (Independent State of Croatia). In 1941 HNS joined FIFA and the Croatian national team played games vs. Germany, Italy and their allies. During this period Gradjanski Zagreb had one of the best ever teams (in 1944 they defeated Hungarian champions Nagyvaradi AC by 4:0). During this period Hajduk escaped from Split to the free island Vis resisting the regime. In 1945, when Yugoslav troups liberated Croatia of Germans, all clubs which played in NDH competitions were destroyed together with their large archives, which were completely burned.

After WW2, communist Yugoslavia was founded. The Yugoslav National team played its first games in 1946, and in 1946/47 season the first Yugoslav league competiton was played, won by Partizan Belgrade, with a team consisting of 10 Croatian players, which were forced to play for them. The new club Dinamo Zagreb, founded on ground of former HASK, Gradjanski and Concordia, won the next championship. Until 1991 Dinamo won the title in 1948, 1954 and 1958, and Hajduk in 1950, 1952, 1955, 1971, 1974, 1975 and 1979.

The Yugoslav National team won the 1960 Olympic gold medal, played in the 1962 World Cup semifinals, and 1960 and 1968 Europe Championship finals. The Youth National team won the Youth World Cup in 1987. Dinamo Zagreb won the UEFA Fairs Cup in 1967 and reached the final in 1963.

In 1990, Croatia declared independence and the Croatian National team played its first match on the 17th October 1990 vs USA (2:1). In 1991 Serbs started a war against Croatia and almost all sports activities were abandoned. Nevertheless, in 1992 the Croatian League started, under war conditions. Teams from occupied and shelled towns played in the nearest safe places.

The Croatian National team has been very successful. In its first competition, the European Championship 1996, Croatia were quarter-finalists, and in the 1998 World Cup they won the bronze medal!

The Legends

The greatest players in Croatian history were: Ico Hitrec, Vilim Sipos, Franjo Glaser, Milan Antolkovic, August Lesnik, Franjo Wolfl, Ivan Jazbinsek, Ratko Kacian, Jozo Matosic, Frane Matosic, Zvonimir Cimermancic, Miroslav Brozovic, Mirko Kokotovic, Stjepan Bobek, Zlatko Cajkovski, Zvonimir Monsider, Bernard Vukas, Ivica Horvat, Vladimir Beara, Bruno Belin, Branko Zebec, Zeljko Matus, Drazan Jerkovic, Slaven Zambata, Stjepan Lamza, Rudolf Belin, Josip Skoblar, Jure Jerkovic, Dragan Holcer, Ivica Surjak, Franjo Vladic, Velimir Zajec, Zlatko Kranjcar, Marko Mlinaric, Zlatko Vujovic, Zoran Vujovic, Nenad Gracan, Drazen Ladic, Tonci Gabric, Aljosa Asanovic, Igor Stimac, Slaven Bilic, Davor Suker, Zvonimir Boban, Robert Prosinecki, Alen Boksic, Robert Jarni, Mario Stanic, Zvonimir Soldo, Dario Simic, Dado Prso and many other names well known to football experts around the world.

Croatia also had many famous coaches. Here are the names of the most famous: Luka Kaliterna, Zlatko Cajkovski, Branko Zebec, Ivica Horvat, Zeljko Cajkovski, Drazan Jerkovic, Tomislav Ivic, Miroslav Blazevic, Otto Baric, Stanko Poklepovic, Vlatko Markovic, Ivan Djalma Markovic, Mirko Jozic, etc.


1940
   1. Zagreb            02.04.1940.  Croatia - Switzerland                4:0        Friendly
   2. Bern              21.04.1940.  Switzerland - Croatia                0:1        Friendly
   3. Budapest          02.05.1940.  Hungary - Croatia                    1:0        Friendly
   4. Zagreb            08.12.1940.  Croatia - Hungary                    1:1        Friendly

1941
   5. Wien              15.06.1941.  Germany - Croatia                    5:1        Friendly
   6. Bratislava        08.09.1941.  Slovakia - Croatia                   1:1        Friendly
   7. Zagreb            28.09.1941.  Croatia - Slovakia                   5:2        Friendly

1942
   8. Zagreb            18.01.1942.  Croatia - Germany                    0:2        Friendly
   9. Genova            05.04.1942.  Italy - Croatia                      4:0        Friendly
  10. Zagreb            12.04.1942.  Croatia - Bulgaria                   6:0        Friendly
  11. Bratislava        07.06.1942.  Slovakia - Croatia                   1:2        Friendly
  12. Budapest          14.06.1942.  Hungary - Croatia                    1:1        Friendly
  13. Zagreb            06.09.1942.  Croatia - Slovakia                   6:1        Friendly
  14. Bucurest          11.10.1942.  Romania - Croatia                    2:2        Friendly
  15. Stuttgart         01.11.1942.  Germany - Croatia                    5:1        Friendly

1943
  16. Zurich            04.04.1943.  Switzerland - Croatia                1:0        Friendly
  17. Zagreb            10.04.1943.  Croatia - Slovakia                   1:0        Friendly
  18. Bratislava        06.06.1943.  Slovakia - Croatia                   1:3        Friendly

1944
  19. Zagreb            09.04.1944.  Croatia - Slovakia                   7:3        Friendly

1956
  20. Zagreb            12.09.1956.  Croatia - Indonesia                  5:2        Friendly

1990
  21. Zagreb            17.10.1990.  Croatia - United States of America   2:1        Friendly
  22. Rijeka            22.12.1990.  Croatia - Romania                    2:0        Friendly

1991
  23. Murska Sobota     19.06.1991.  Slovenia - Croatia                   0:1        Friendly

1992
  24. Melbourne         05.07.1992.  Australia - Croatia                  1:0        Friendly
  25. Adelaide          08.07.1992.  Australia - Croatia                  3:1        Friendly
  26. Sydney            12.07.1992.  Australia - Croatia                  0:0        Friendly
  27. Zagreb            22.10.1992.  Croatia - Mexico                     3:0        Friendly

1993
  28. Zagreb            25.06.1993.  Croatia - Ukraine                    3:1        Friendly
   
1994
  29. Valencia          23.03.1994.  Spain - Croatia                      0:2        Friendly
  30. Bratislava        20.04.1994.  Slovakia - Croatia                   4:1        Friendly
  31. Gyor              18.05.1994.  Hungary - Croatia                    2:2        Friendly
  32. Zagreb            04.06.1994.  Croatia - Argentina                  0:0        Friendly
  33. Tel-Aviv          17.08.1994.  Israel - Croatia                     0:4        Friendly
  34. Tallinn           04.09.1994.  Estonia - Croatia                    0:2        ECh (Q)
  35. Zagreb            09.10.1994.  Croatia - Lithuania                  2:0        ECh (Q)
  36. Palermo           16.11.1994.  Italy - Croatia                      1:2        ECh (Q)
  
1995
  37. Zagreb            25.03.1995.  Croatia - Ukraine                    4:0        ECh (Q)
  38. Vilnius           29.03.1995.  Lithuania - Croatia                  0:0        ECh (Q)
  39. Zagreb            26.04.1995.  Croatia - Slovenia                   2:0        ECh (Q)
  40. Kyjiv             12.06.1995.  Ukraine - Croatia                    1:0        ECh (Q)
  41. Zagreb            03.09.1995.  Croatia - Estonia                    7:1        ECh (Q)
  42. Split             09.10.1995.  Croatia - Italy                      1:1        ECh (Q)
  43. Ljubljana         15.11.1995.  Slovenia - Croatia                   1:2        ECh (Q)

1996
  44. Rijeka            28.02.1996.  Croatia - Poland                     2:1        Friendly
  45. Zagreb            13.03.1996.  Croatia - South Korea                3:0        Friendly
  46. Varazdin          26.03.1996.  Croatia - Israel                     2:0        Friendly
  47. Osijek            10.04.1996.  Croatia - Hungary                    4:1        Friendly
  48. London            24.04.1996.  England - Croatia                    0:0        Friendly
  49. Dublin            02.06.1996.  Ireland - Croatia                    2:2        Friendly
  50. Nottingham (ENG)  11.06.1996.  Turkey - Croatia                     0:1        ECh
  51. Sheffield (ENG)   16.06.1996.  Croatia - Denmark                    3:0        ECh
  52. Nottingham (ENG)  19.06.1996.  Portugal - Croatia                   3:0        ECh
  53. Manchester (ENG)  23.06.1996.  Germany - Croatia                    2:1        ECh
  54. Bologna (ITA)     08.10.1996.  Bosnia-Herzegovina - Croatia         1:4        WCh (Q)
  55. Zagreb            10.11.1996.  Croatia - Greece                     1:1        WCh (Q)
  56. Casablanca        11.12.1996.  Morroco - Croatia                    2:2,6:7(p) Tournament
  57. Casablanca (MAR)  12.12.1996.  Croatia - Czech Republic             1:1,4:1(p) Tournament

1997
  58. Split             29.03.1997.  Croatia - Denmark                    1:1        WCh (Q)
  59. Split             02.04.1997.  Croatia - Slovenia                   3:3        WCh (Q)
  60. Thesalonikki      30.04.1997.  Greece - Croatia                     0:1        WCh (Q)
  61. Tokyo             08.06.1997.  Japan - Croatia                      4:3        Tournament
  62. Sendai (JAP)      12.06.1997.  Croatia - Turkey                     1:1        Tournament
  63. Zagreb            06.09.1997.  Croatia - Bosnia-Herzegovina         3:2        WCh (Q)
  64. Kobenhavn         10.09.1997.  Denmark - Croatia                    3:1        WCh (Q)
  65. Ljubljana         11.10.1997.  Slovenia - Croatia                   1:3        WCh (Q)
  66. Zagreb            29.10.1997.  Croatia - Ukraine                    2:0        WCh (Q)
  67. Kyjiv             15.11.1997.  Ukraine - Croatia                    1:1        WCh (Q)
  
1998
  68. Osijek            22.04.1998.  Croatia - Poland                     4:1        Friendly
  69. Pula              27.05.1998.  Croatia - Slovakia                   1:2        Friendly
  70. Rijeka            03.06.1998.  Croatia - Iran                       2:0        Friendly
  71. Zagreb            06.06.1998.  Croatia - Australia                  7:0        Friendly
  72. Lens (FRA)        14.06.1998.  Jamaica - Croatia                    1:3        WCh
  73. Nantes (FRA)      20.06.1998.  Japan - Croatia                      0:1        WCh
  74. Bordeaux (FRA)    26.06.1998.  Argentina - Croatia                  1:0        WCh
  75. Bordeaux (FRA)    30.06.1998.  Romania - Croatia                    0:1        WCh
  76. Lyon (FRA)        04.07.1998.  Germany - Croatia                    0:3        WCh
  77. Saint-Denis       08.07.1998.  France - Croatia                     2:1        WCh
  78. Paris (FRA)       11.07.1998.  Netherlands - Croatia                1:2        WCh
  79. Dublin            05.09.1998.  Ireland - Croatia                    2:0        ECh (Q)
  80. Valletta          10.10.1998.  Malta - Croatia                      1:4        ECh (Q)
  81. Zagreb            14.10.1998.  Croatia - Macedonia                  3:2        ECh (Q)

1999
  82. Split             10.02.1999.  Croatia - Denmark                    0:1        Friendly
  83. Athina            10.03.1999.  Greece - Croatia                     3:2        Friendly
  84. Zagreb            28.04.1999.  Croatia - Italy                      0:0        Friendly
  85. Sevilla           05.05.1999.  Spain - Croatia                      3:1        Friendly
  86. Skopje            05.06.1999.  Macedonia - Croatia                  1:1        ECh (Q)
  87. Seoul (KOR)       13.06.1999.  Croatia - Egipat                     2:2        Tournament
  88. Seoul (KOR)       16.06.1999.  Croatia - Mexico                     2:1        Tournament
  89. Seoul             19.06.1999.  South Korea - Croatia                1:1        Tournament
  90. Beograd           18.08.1999.  Federal Rep. Yugoslavia - Croatia    0:0        ECh (Q)
  91. Zagreb            21.08.1999.  Croatia - Malta                      2:1        ECh (Q)
  92. Zagreb            04.09.1999.  Croatia - Ireland                    1:0        ECh (Q)
  93. Zagreb            09.10.1999.  Croatia - Federal Rep. Yugoslavia    2:2        ECh (Q)
  94. Saint-Denis       13.11.1999.  France - Croatia                     3:0        Friendly

2000
  95. Split             23.02.2000.  Croatia - Spain                      0:0        Friendly
  96. Zagreb            29.03.2000.  Croatia - Germany                    1:1        Friendly
  97. Wien              26.04.2000.  Austria - Croatia                    1:2        Friendly
  98. Zagreb            28.05.2000.  Croatia - France                     0:2        Friendly
  99. Bratislava        16.08.2000.  Slovakia - Croatia                   1:1        Friendly
 100. Bruxelles         02.09.2000.  Belgium - Croatia                    0:0        WCh (Q)
 101. Zagreb            11.10.2000.  Croatia - Scotland                   1:1        WCh (Q)

2001
 102. Rijeka            28.02.2001.  Croatia - Austria                    1:0        Friendly
 103. Osijek            24.03.2001.  Croatia - Latvia                     4:1        WCh (Q)
 104. Varazdin          25.04.2001.  Croatia - Greece                     2:2        Friendly
 105. Varazdin          02.06.2001.  Croatia - San Marino                 4:0        WCh (Q)
 106. Riga              06.06.2001.  Latvia - Croatia                     0:1        WCh (Q)
 107. Dublin            15.08.2001.  Ireland - Croatia                    2:2        Friendly
 108. Glasgow           01.09.2001.  Scotland - Croatia                   0:0        WCh (Q)
 109. Serravalle        05.09.2001.  San Marino - Croatia                 0:4        WCh (Q)
 110. Zagreb            06.10.2001.  Croatia - Belgium                    1:0        WCh (Q)
 111. Seoul             10.11.2001.  South Korea - Croatia                2:0        Friendly
 112. Gwangju           13.11.2001.  South Korea - Croatia                1:1        Friendly

2002
 113. Rijeka            13.02.2002.  Croatia - Bulgaria                   0:0        Friendly
 114. Zagreb            27.03.2002.  Croatia - Slovenia                   0:0        Friendly
 115. Zagreb            17.04.2002.  Croatia - Bosnia-Herzegovina         2:0        Friendly
 116. Pecs              14.05.2002.  Hungary - Croatia                    0:2        Friendly
 117. Niigata (JAP)     03.06.2002.  Croatia - Mexico                     0:1        WCh
 118. Ibaraki (JAP)     08.06.2002.  Italy - Croatia                      1:2        WCh
 119. Yokohama (JAP)    13.06.2002.  Ecuador - Croatia                    1:0        WCh
 120. Varazdin          21.08.2002.  Croatia - Wales                      1:1        Friendly
 121. Osijek            07.09.2002.  Croatia - Estonia                    0:0        ECh (Q)
 122. Sofija            12.10.2002.  Bulgaria - Croatia                   2:0        ECh (Q)
 123. Timisoara         20.11.2002.  Romania - Croatia                    0:1        Friendly

2003
 124. Sibenik           09.02.2003.  Croatia - Macedonia                  2:2        Friendly
 125. Split             12.02.2003.  Croatia - Poland                     0:0        Friendly
 126. Zagreb            29.03.2003.  Croatia - Belgium                    4:0        ECh (Q)
 127. Varazdin          02.04.2003.  Croatia - Andorra                    2:0        ECh (Q)
 128. Stockholm         30.04.2003.  Sweden - Croatia                     1:2        Friendly
 129. Tallinn           11.06.2003.  Estonia - Croatia                    0:1        ECh (Q)
 130. Ipswich           20.08.2003.  England - Croatia                    3:1        Friendly
 131. Andorra la Vella  06.09.2003.  Andorra - Croatia                    0:3        ECh (Q)
 132. Bruxelles         10.09.2003.  Belgium - Croatia                    2:1        ECh (Q)
 133. Zagreb            11.10.2003.  Croatia - Bulgaria                   1:0        ECh (Q)
 134. Zagreb            15.11.2003.  Croatia - Slovenia                   1:1        ECh (Q)
 135. Ljubljana         19.11.2003.  Slovenia - Croatia                   0:1        ECh (Q)

2004
 136. Split             18.02.2004.  Croatia - Germany                    1:2        Friendly
 137. Zagreb            31.03.2004.  Croatia - Turkey                     2:2        Friendly
 138. Skopje            28.04.2004.  Macedonia - Croatia                  0:1        Friendly
 139. Rijeka            29.05.2004.  Croatia - Slovakia                   1:0        Friendly
 140. Kobenhavn         05.06.2004.  Denmark - Croatia                    1:2        Friendly
 141. Leiria (POR)      13.06.2004.  Switzerland - Croatia                0:0        ECh
 142. Leiria (POR)      17.06.2004.  Croatia - France                     2:2        ECh
 143. Lisboa (POR)      21.06.2004.  Croatia - England                    2:4        ECh
 144. Varazdin          18.08.2004.  Croatia - Israel                     1:0        Friendly
 145. Zagreb            04.09.2004.  Croatia - Hungary                    3:0        WCh (Q)
 146. Goteborg          08.09.2004.  Sweden - Croatia                     0:1        WCh (Q)
 147. Zagreb            09.10.2004.  Croatia - Bulgaria                   2:2        WCh (Q)
 148. Dublin            16.11.2004.  Ireland - Croatia                    1:0        Friendly

2005
 149. Jerusalem         02.02.2005.  Israel – Croatia                     3:3        Friendly
 150. Zagreb            26.03.2005.  Croatia – Iceland                    4:0        WCh (Q)
 151. Zagreb            30.03.2005.  Croatia – Malta                      3:0        WCh (Q)
 152. Sofia             04.06.2005.  Bulgaria – Croatia                   1:3        WCh (Q)
 153. Split             17.08.2005.  Croatia – Brazil                     1:1        Friendly
 154. Reykjavik         03.09.2005.  Iceland – Croatia                    1:3        WCh (Q)
 155. Valletta          07.09.2005.  Malta – Croatia                      1:1        WCh (Q)
 156. Zagreb            08.10.2005.  Croatia – Sweden                     1:0        WCh (Q)
 157. Budapest          12.10.2005.  Hungary – Croatia                    0:0        WCh (Q)
 158. Coimbra           12.11.2005.  Portugal – Croatia                   2:0        Friendly

2006
 159. Hong Kong         29.01.2006.  South Korea – Croatia                2:0        Friendly
 160. Hong Kong         01.02.2006.  Hong Kong – Croatia                  0:4        Friendly
 161. Basel             01.03.2006.  Croatia – Argentina                  3:2        Friendly
 162. Wien              23.05.2006.  Austria – Croatia                    1:4        Friendly
 163. Osijek            28.05.2006.  Croatia – Iran                       2:2        Friendly
 164. Wolfsburg         03.06.2006.  Poland – Croatia                     1:0        Friendly
 165. Genθve            07.06.2006.  Spain – Croatia                      2:1        Friendly
 166. Berlin            13.06.2006.  Brazil – Croatia                     1:0        WCh
 167. Nόrnberg          18.06.2006.  Croatia – Japan                      0:0        WCh
 168. Stuttgart         22.06.2006.  Croatia – Australia                  2:2        WCh
 169. Livorno           16.08.2006.  Italy – Croatia                      0:2        Friendly
 170. Moskva            06.09.2006.  Russia – Croatia                     0:0        ECh (Q)
 171. Zagreb            07.10.2006.  Croatia – Andorra                    7:0        ECh (Q)
 172. Zagreb            11.10.2006.  Croatia – England                    2:0        ECh (Q)
 173. Ramat Gan         15.11.2006.  Israel – Croatia                     3:4        ECh (Q)

2007
 174. Rijeka            07.02.2007.  Croatia – Norway                     2:1        Friendly
 175. Zagreb            24.03.2007.  Croatia – Macedonia                  2:1        ECh (Q)
 176. Tallinn           02.06.2007.  Estonia – Croatia                    0:1        ECh (Q)
 177. Zagreb            06.06.2007.  Croatia – Russia                     0:0        ECh (Q)
 178. Sarajevo          22.08.2007.  Bosnia Herzegovina – Croatia         3:5        Friendly
 179. Zagreb            08.09.2007.  Croatia – Estonia                    2:0        ECh (Q)
 180. Andorra La Vella  12.09.2007.  Andorra – Croatia                    0:6        ECh (Q)
 181. Zagreb            13.10.2007.  Croatia – Israel                     1:0        ECh (Q)
 182. Rijeka            16.10.2007.  Croatia – Slovakia                   3:0        Friendly 
 183. Skopje            17.11.2007.  Macedonia – Croatia                  2:0        ECh (Q)
 184. London            21.11.2007.  England – Croatia                    2:3        ECh (Q)

2008
 185. Split             06.02.2008.  Croatia – Netherlands                0:3        Friendly
 186. Glasgow           26.03.2008.  Scotland – Croatia                   1:1        Friendly


All-time table:

opponents                 P   W   D   L   GF  GA    

Andorra                   4   4   0   0   18:  0
Argentina                 3   1   1   1    3:  3
Australia                 5   1   2   2   10:  6
Austria                   3   3   0   0    7:  2
Belgium                   4   2   1   1    6:  2
Bosnia-Herzegovina        4   4   0   0   14:  6
Brazil                    2   0   1   1    1:  2
Bulgaria                  6   3   2   1   12:  5
Czech Republic            1   0   1   0    1:  1
Denmark                   5   2   1   2    7:  6
Ecuador                   1   0   0   1    0:  1
Egypt                     1   0   1   0    2:  2
England                   5   2   1   2    8:  9
Estonia                   6   5   1   0   13:  1
France                    4   0   1   3    3:  9
Germany                   7   1   1   5    8: 16
Greece                    4   1   2   1    6:  6
Hong Kong                 1   1   0   0    4:  0
Hungary                   8   3   4   1   13:  6
Iceland                   2   2   0   0    7:  1
Indonesia                 1   1   0   0    5:  2
Iran                      2   1   1   0    4:  2
Ireland                   5   1   2   2    5:  7
Israel                    6   5   1   0   15:  6
Italy                     6   3   2   1    7:  7
Jamaica                   1   1   0   0    3:  1
Japan                     3   1   1   1    4:  4
Korea, South              5   1   2   2    5:  6
Latvia                    2   2   0   0    5:  1
Lithuania                 2   1   1   0    2:  0
Macedonia                 6   3   2   1    9:  8
Malta                     4   3   1   0   10:  3
Mexico                    3   2   0   1    5:  2
Morocco                   1   0   1   0    2:  2
Netherlands               2   1   0   1    2:  4
Norway                    1   1   0   0    2:  1
Poland                    4   2   1   1    6:  3
Portugal                  2   0   0   2    0:  5
Romania                   4   3   1   0    6:  2
Russia                    2   0   2   0    0:  0
San Marino                2   2   0   0    8:  0
Scotland                  3   0   3   0    2:  2
Serbia Montenegro         2   0   2   0    2:  2
Slovakia                 12   8   2   2   32: 16
Slovenia                  8   5   3   0   13:  6 
Spain                     4   1   1   2    4:  5
Sweden                    3   3   0   0    4:  1
Switzerland               4   1   1   2    4:  2
Turkey                    3   1   2   0    4:  3
Ukraine                   5   3   1   1   10:  3
United States of America  1   1   0   0    2:  1
Wales                     1   0   1   0    1:  1
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total:                  186  92  54  40  326:192






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Thanks to Roberto Di Maggio for update

Prepared and maintained by Igor Kramarsic and Bojan Puric for the Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation

Authors: Igor Kramarsic (kigor@riteh.hr) and Bojan Puric (Bojan.Puric@public.srce.hr)
Last updated: 16 May 2008

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