Hungary 0 – Germany 3 (International Friendly, May 29, 2010) Lukas Podolski fired Germany in front in Hungary from the penalty spot. Further second half goals from Mario Gomez and Cacau sealed the win for Ze Germans.
USA 2 – Turkey 1 (International Friendly, May 29, 2010) (Longer official highlights here.)Â Arda Turan exploited a huge amount of space down the left and fired Turkey ahead against Team America in the 26th minute.Â Just before the hour Jozy Altidore equalised after great work by Landon Donovan. Clint Dempsey poked home the winner with 15 minutes remaining.
Spain 3 – Saudi Arabia 2 (International Friendly, May 29, 2010)Â Malek Al Hawsawi gave Saudi Arabia a surprise lead in the 17th minute when he rose higher than Iker Casillas from a corner. New Barcelona striker David Villa equalised with another header from an Iniesta cross. Just before the hour mark Xabi Alonso scored Spain’s second with a low long range effort from outside the box. Saudi Arabia brought the game all square when Al Salhawi’s effort was deflected past Casillas by Sultan Al Namare. In injury time Athletic Bilbao striker Fernando Llorente headed home from an Alonso corner to win the match.
Slovakia 1 – Cameroon 1 (International Friendly, May 29, 2010) Kamil Kopunek gave Slovakia the lead after only seven minutes with a fine strike into the top corner. Eyong Takang Enoh equalised with eight minutes to go.
Towards the end of the match the home Serbia fans began to riot in the stands, forcing national captain and Manchester United defender Nemanja Vidic to confront the fans and call for calm.
Ukraine 3 – Romania 2 (International Friendly, May 29, 2010) Oleksandr Aliyev put Ukraine in front with a long range free kick. After the break Gabrial Tamas equalised with another low long range effort and Niculae put the Romanians in front. Two goals in three minutes from Yevhen KonoplyankaÂ and a Tamas own goal gave Ukraine the morale boosting win. Second half goals here.
Moldova 2 – UAE 3 (International Friendly, May 29, 2010) Goals from Fares Jumaa and Mohammed al Shehi had given the Whites a 2-1 lead in the 31st minute after Igor Tigirlas had struck early for the former Soviet republic. The score remained that way until Simion Bulgaru drew Moldova level with a header. Amhed Khalil made sure he finished on the winning side with a smart finish in the 89th minute, beating the offside trap to score from a measured Sultan Bargash pass.
Sweden 4 – Bosnia-Herzegovina 2 (International Friendly, May 29, 2010) Ola Toivonenâ€™s first international goal put Sweden ahead a minute before the break and Blackburn midfielder Martin Olsson struck twice after the break to restore and extend the advantage after Sejad Salihovicâ€™s excellent 47th minute free-kick. Ermin Zec pulled one back in the 90th minute, only for Marcus Berg to restore his sideâ€™s two-goal cushion in stoppage time.
Norway 2 – Montenegro 1 (International Friendly, May 29, 2010) Roma striker Mirko Vucinic looked to have secured a draw for the visitors when he netted nine minutes from time to cancel out Christian Grindheimâ€™s opener, but Zarko Tomasevic headed past his own goalkeeper in the 89th minute from Morten Gamst Pedersenâ€™s free-kick to condemn Montenegro to defeat.