Goals on Friday: Spurs fire three past Bournemouth; Inter Milan held to a shock draw by UCLA

Bournemouth 0 – Tottenham 3 (Friendly, July 17, 2009) Spurs had a difficult start as David Bentley was withdrawn after a bad tackle in the 15th minute. Redknapp’s side made the breakthrough in the 27th minute when Jake Livermore fed Robbie Keane who slotted home with ease. A much-changed side began the second half positively with Jermain Defoe scoring against his former club in the 55th minute and Wilson Palacios wrapped up the scoring 11 minutes later.

UCLA 2 – Inter Milan 2 (Friendly, July 17, 2009) Against the odds UCLA took the lead on 39 minutes from their first corner of the contest, when Carasco headed a goal past the Inter keeper Belec, a lead which they held into the break. Jose Mourinho then opted to make some changes introducing Ibrahimovic, Diego Milito and Cristian Chivu, and the moves paid dividends as Marco Materazzi tapped in a goal from close range at the start of the second half. Inter then stole into the lead as a cross into the area from Mancini was met by the head of Dejan Stankovic. But the Americans refused to lie down, and just a few minutes later Griffin restored parity for UCLA as his header was too strong for Orlandoni in goal.

Marseille 1 – Ajaccio 0 (Friendly, July 17, 2009) Nigerian full back Taye Taiwo scored the only goal of the game in the 20th minute with a trademark left-footed belter.

Hoffenheim 1 – Panathinaikos 0 (Friendly, July 17, 2009) Vedad Ibisevic grabbed the winner to suggest that he will take over from where he left off before a serious injury last January.

Olhanense 2 – Anderlecht 1 (Friendly, July 17, 2009) All the goals arrived in an entertaining second half with Zequinha opening with a stunning 25-yarder that arched into the far top cormer. Biglia soon had the Belgians on a level-footing while Fabio met a Zequinha cross to complete the win for Olhanense.


Flamurtari 1 – Motherwell 0 (Europa League qualifiers, July 16, 2009) Well fell to an embarrassing Europa League defeat to Albanian outfit Flamurtari after John Sutton controversially had a penalty disallowed. Ermir Strati proved the local’s hero scoring the only goal of the game midway through the second half.

Nova Gorica 1 – FC Lahti 0 (Europa League qualifiers, July 16, 2009) Admir Krsic’s stunning 30-yard free-kick whizzed past the keeper into the top corner to hand the Slovenian a first leg victory.

Milano Kumanovo 0 – Slaven Belupo 4 (Europa League qualifiers, July 16, 2009) Aljosa Vojnovic proved the hero for the Croatians scoring a hat-trick inside five minutes at the end of the first half.

Juvenes/Dogana 0 – Polonia Warsaw 1 (Europa League qualifiers, July 16, 2009) Kokosinski’s second minute header was enough for the Poles.

Sturm Graz 2 – Siroki Brijeg 1 (Europa League qualifiers, July 16, 2009)

Reykjavik 2 – Larissa 0 (Europa League qualifiers, July 16, 2009)

Zimbru 0 – Pacos Ferreira 0 (Europa League qualifiers, July 16, 2009)


Inter Turku 0 – FC Sheriff 1 (Champions League qualifier, July 15, 2009)


Ceara 2 – Portuguesa 0 (Brazil Serie B, July 17, 2009)

Figueirense 3 – Vila Nova 0 (Brazil Serie B, July 17, 2009)

Ipatinga 5 – Brasiliense 2 (Brazil Serie B, July 17, 2009)

Vasco 3 – ABC 0 (Brazil Serie B, July 17, 2009)