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2011 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualification play-offs

The play-off first legs were played on 8 October 2010, while the second legs were played on 12 October 2010. Winners of play-off round and host nation Denmark will participate in the championship next year.

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MatchesEdit

The draw took place on 10 September 2010 in Herning, Denmark. Fourteen teams were drawn into seven two-legged ties. [1] The matches between Iceland and Scotland were moved back a day to avoid a fixture clash with full internationals.[2]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
England   2–1   Romania 2–1 0–0
Netherlands   3–3 (a)   Ukraine 1–3 2–0
Spain   5–1   Croatia 2–1 3–0
Switzerland    5–2   Sweden 4–1 1–1
Iceland   4–2   Scotland 2–1 2–1
Czech Republic   5–0   Greece 3–0 2–0
Italy   2–3   Belarus 2–0 0–3 (aet)

First legEdit

Switzerland   4 – 1  Sweden
Frei   2'
Hochstrasser   20'
Mehmedi   52'
Kasami   83'
Report Molins   50'

Iceland  2 – 1  Scotland
Guðmundsson   34'
Ormarsson   78'
Report Murphy   19'

Czech Republic  3 – 0  Greece
Vošahlík   1'
Pekhart   19' (pen.)
Kozák   77'
Report

Italy  2 – 0  Belarus
Destro   30'
Okaka   61'
Report

England  2 – 1  Romania
Henderson   63'
Smalling   83'
Report Hora   71'

Netherlands  1 – 3  Ukraine
de Jong   78' Report Kryvtsov   2'7'
Konoplianka   73' (pen.)

Spain  2 – 1  Croatia
Adrián   21'
San José   42'
Report Školnik   22'

Second legEdit

Sweden  1 – 1   Switzerland
Bengtsson   15' Report Khalifa   47'

Switzerland won 5–2 on aggregate


Scotland  1 – 2  Iceland
Maguire   75' Report Sigurðsson   74'80'

Iceland won 4–2 on aggregate


Romania  0 – 0  England
Report

England won 2–1 on aggregate


Croatia  0 – 3  Spain
Report Domínguez   67'
Adrián   89'
Jeffrén   90+1'

Spain won 5–1 on aggregate


Belarus  3 – 0 (a.e.t.)  Italy
Yurchenko   4'5'
Veretilo   96'
Report

Belarus won 3–2 on aggregate


Greece  0 – 2  Czech Republic
Report Pekhart   19'
Kozák   79'

Czech Republic won 5–0 on aggregate


Ukraine  0 – 2  Netherlands
Report Dost   45'
Goossens   57'

3–3 on aggregate, Ukraine won on away goals rule.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Belarus in Italy's way in Under-21 play-offs". UEFA. 2010-09-10. Retrieved 2010-09-10.
  2. ^ Pattullo, Alan (15 October 2010). "Hibs' reward for rebuilding job is to stage Scotland U-21 play-off". The Scotsman. Retrieved 15 October 2010.