Argentina 4 – Haiti 0 (International Friendly, May 5, 2010) Argentina took the lead shortly after the half-hour mark when uncapped Facundo Bertoglio profited from a defensive mistake by Pierre-Richard Bruny.Â They doubled their tally nine minutes later when Boca Juniors’ all-time top-scorer Martin Palermo headed home an Ariel Garce cross from the right. The hosts extended their lead in somewhat fortunate circumstances five minutes after the interval. Lanus midfielder Sebastian Blanco crossed the ball from outside the box and it flew over his team-mates and into the net past surprised Haiti goalkeeper Dominique-Jean Zephyrin. Bertoglio grabbed his second of the night in the 55th minute, beating substitute goalkeeper Occenat Peterson with a right-footed shot.
Chile 2 – Trinidad & Tobago 0 (International Friendly, May 5, 2010) Pedro Morales and Sebastian Toro scored to give Chile a 2-0 win over Trinidad and Tobago.