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UEFA Euro 2008 qualifying Group F

Standings and results for Group F of the UEFA Euro 2008 qualifying tournament.

Spain secured qualification to the tournament proper on 17 November 2007 following a 3–0 win against Sweden, becoming the tenth team in the whole of the qualification stage to do so. Sweden secured qualification to the tournament proper on 21 November 2007 following a 2–1 win against Latvia, becoming the eleventh team in the whole of the qualification stage to do so.

StandingsEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification              
1   Spain 12 9 1 2 23 8 +15 28 Qualify for final tournament 3–0 1–0 2–1 2–0 1–0 4–0
2   Sweden 12 8 2 2 23 9 +14 26 2–0 1–1 0–0 2–1 5–0 3–1
3   Northern Ireland 12 6 2 4 17 14 +3 20 3–2 2–1 2–1 1–0 0–3 3–1
4   Denmark 12 6 2 4 21 11 +10 20 1–3 0–3[a] 0–0 3–1 3–0 4–0
5   Latvia 12 4 0 8 15 17 −2 12 0–2 0–1 1–0 0–2 4–0 4–1
6   Iceland 12 2 2 8 10 27 −17 8 1–1 1–2 2–1 0–2 2–4 1–1
7   Liechtenstein 12 2 1 9 9 32 −23 7 0–2 0–3 1–4 0–4 1–0 3–0
Source: UEFA
Rules for classification: Qualification tiebreakers
Notes:
  1. ^ The Denmark v Sweden match was abandoned in the 89th minute at 3–3 following a fan attack on the referee.[1] The match was awarded as a 3–0 forfeit win to Sweden by UEFA following a hearing on 8 June 2007.[2]

MatchesEdit

Group F fixtures were settled at a meeting between the participants in Copenhagen, Denmark.[3]

Northern Ireland  0–3  Iceland
Report Þorvaldsson   13'
Hreiðarsson   20'
Guðjohnsen   37'
Attendance: 14,500
Latvia  0–1  Sweden
Report Källström   38'
Attendance: 7,500
Spain  4–0  Liechtenstein
Torres   20'
Villa   45'62'
L. García   66'
Report

Sweden  3–1  Liechtenstein
Allbäck   2'69'
Rosenberg   89'
Report M. Frick   27'
Attendance: 17,735
Iceland  0–2  Denmark
Report Rommedahl   5'
Tomasson   33'
Attendance: 10,007
Northern Ireland  3–2  Spain
Healy   20'65'80' Report Xavi   14'
Villa   52'
Attendance: 14,500

Denmark  0–0  Northern Ireland
Report
Attendance: 41,482
Latvia  4–0  Iceland
Karlsons   14'
Verpakovskis   15'25'
Višņakovs   52'
Report
Sweden  2–0  Spain
Elmander   10'
Allbäck   82'
Report
Attendance: 33,056

Iceland  1–2  Sweden
Viðarsson   6' Report Källström   8'
Wilhelmsson   59'
Liechtenstein  0–4  Denmark
Report D. Jensen   29'
Gravgaard   32'
Tomasson   51'64'
Attendance: 2,400
Referee: Ceri Richards (Wales)
Northern Ireland  1–0  Latvia
Healy   35' Report
Attendance: 14,500

Liechtenstein  1–4  Northern Ireland
Burgmeier   90+1' Report Healy   52'75'83'
McCann   90+2'
Attendance: 4,340
Spain  2–1  Denmark
Morientes   34'
Villa   45+1'
Report Gravgaard   49'

Liechtenstein  1–0  Latvia
M. Frick   17' Report
Attendance: 1,680
Northern Ireland  2–1  Sweden
Healy   31'58' Report Elmander   26'
Attendance: 14,500
Spain  1–0  Iceland
Iniesta   80' Report
Attendance: 20,000

Iceland  1–1  Liechtenstein
B. Gunnarsson   27' Report Rohrer   69'
Attendance: 5,139
Referee: Sten Kaldma (Estonia)
Denmark  0–3
Awarded[note 1]
  Sweden
Report
Attendance: 42,083
Latvia  0–2  Spain
Report Villa   45'
Xavi   60'
Attendance: 10,000

Sweden  5–0  Iceland
Allbäck   11'51'
A. Svensson   42'
Mellberg   45'
Rosenberg   50'
Report
Attendance: 33,338
Liechtenstein  0–2  Spain
Report Villa   8'14'
Attendance: 5,739
Latvia  0–2  Denmark
Report Rommedahl   15'17'
Attendance: 7,500

Northern Ireland  3–1  Liechtenstein
Healy   5'35'
Lafferty   56'
Report M. Frick   89'
Attendance: 14,500

Latvia  1–0  Northern Ireland
Baird   56' (o.g.) Report
Attendance: 7,500
Sweden  0–0  Denmark
Report
Attendance: 33,082
Iceland  1–1  Spain
Hallfreðsson   40' Report Iniesta   86'

Denmark  4–0  Liechtenstein
Nordstrand   3'36'
M. Laursen   12'
Tomasson   18'
Report
Attendance: 20,005
Iceland  2–1  Northern Ireland
Björnsson   6'
Gillespie   90+1' (o.g.)
Report Healy   72' (pen.)
Attendance: 2,500
Spain  2–0  Latvia
Xavi   13'
Torres   86'
Report
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Alon Yefet (Israel)

Iceland  2–4  Latvia
Guðjohnsen   4'52' Report Kļava   27'
Laizāns   31'
Verpakovskis   37'46'
Attendance: 5,865
Referee: Mike Dean (England)
Liechtenstein  0–3  Sweden
Report Ljungberg   19'
Wilhelmsson   29'
A. Svensson   56'
Attendance: 4,131
Denmark  1–3  Spain
Tomasson   87' Report Tamudo   14'
Ramos   40'
Riera   89'
Attendance: 19,849

Denmark  3–1  Latvia
Tomasson   7' (pen.)
U. Laursen   27'
Rommedahl   90'
Report Gorkšs   80'
Attendance: 19,004
Liechtenstein  3–0  Iceland
Frick   28'
Beck   80'82'
Report
Attendance: 2,589
Sweden  1–1  Northern Ireland
Mellberg   15' Report Lafferty   72'
Attendance: 33,112

Latvia  4–1  Liechtenstein
Karlsons   14'
Verpakovskis   30'
Laizāns   63'
Višņakovs   87'
Report Zirnis   13' (o.g.)
Attendance: 4,800
Northern Ireland  2–1  Denmark
Feeney   62'
Healy   80'
Report Bendtner   51'
Attendance: 14,500
Spain  3–0  Sweden
Capdevila   14'
Iniesta   39'
Ramos   65'
Report

Denmark  3–0  Iceland
Bendtner   34'
Tomasson   44'
Kahlenberg   59'
Report
Spain  1–0  Northern Ireland
Xavi   52' Report
Sweden  2–1  Latvia
Allbäck   1'
Källström   57'
Report Laizāns   26'
Attendance: 26,128

GoalscorersEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ The Denmark v Sweden match was abandoned in the 89th minute following a fan attack on the referee.[1] The match was awarded as a 3–0 forfeit win to Sweden by UEFA following a hearing on 8 June 2007.[2]
  2. ^ a b Denmark required to play two qualifying games at least 140 km away from Copenhagen as punishment for the abandonment of their previous home match.
  3. ^ a b c d e f The goal tally takes into account the original result of fixtures that were subsequently forfeited, not the awarded scoreline.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Denmark hearing tomorrow". UEFA.com. Union of European Football Associations. 8 June 2007. Archived from the original on 6 April 2008. Retrieved 9 June 2017.
  2. ^ a b "Copenhagen contest goes to Sweden". UEFA.com. Union of European Football Associations. 8 June 2007. Archived from the original on 16 December 2007. Retrieved 9 June 2017.
  3. ^ Lars Berendt, Pia Schou Nielsen and Jacob Wadland (14 February 2006). "Danmark starter og slutter med Island" (in Danish). DBU. Retrieved 3 September 2006.

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