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October 21, 2013 by Rami El Chamaa
September 7, 2013 by Sean Charles
Here is a compilation of all of the best goals scored in Friday’s internationals.
We kick-off with Johann Gudmundsson completing his hat-trick in spectacularly late fashion to earn Iceland the point after clawing back from 4-1 down:
Mandzukic calmly finishes off a sweeping Croatia attack after a great interception and pass from Dario Srna put him through:
A sublime Cesc Fabregas assist sets up Jordi Alba to break the deadlock against Finland:
Lewandowski pounces on a mistake in the Montenegro backline and uses his power bring Poland back into the match:
June 28, 2012 by Sean Charles
This game will kick-off tonight at 19:45 GMT.
Team News and Formation:
There was an element of surprise in Lowe’s selection choice for the quarter-final match against Greece by benching Podolski, Muller and Gomez. For this reason it is difficult to fully know what he will do tonight but I expect Podolski to come back in to the starting line-up as Schurlle did not impress against the Greeks. Reus on the other hand had a very strong performance so there is a chance he could retain his place ahead of Muller on the right. Klose still didn’t look fully match fit so it is likely Gomez will come back and regain his place in the team.
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May 7, 2012 by Jenni Hutchinson
Part 1 of this article, entitled “Nineties women are cosmopolitan, eighties women have mellowed with age, and we all love Beckham”, can be found here.
Question 6: Which of the following statements apply to you now?
These statements asked women whether they liked men of the same, or different, nationality or ethnicity; whether religious and political factors were important to them when choosing a partner; whether or not they liked conventional men; whether or not they would like to fulfil a traditional woman’s role in the home; and whether or not they value their independence.