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1990 UEFA European Under-21 Championship

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1990 UEFA European Under-21 Championship 

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Group 8  
1. ITALY                  4   3 1 0   5- 0   7
2. Switzerland          4   2 1 1   8- 1   5
3. San Marino          4   0 0 4   0-12  0
  
26.04.1989 Switzerland 0-0 Italy 
Switzerland: Jörg Stiel, François Rey, Gilbert Epars, Harald Gämperle, Urs Fischer, Christophe Ohrel, Marc Hottiger, Patrick Sylvestre, Adrian Knup, Christian Colombo (Philippe Douglas 65), Stéphane Chapuisat (Frédéric Chassot 72)   
Italy: Giuseppe Gatta, Marco Pullo, Stefano Rossini, Stefano Salvatori, Marco Baroni, Roberto Cravero, Paolo Di Canio, Francesco Zanoncelli, Ruggiero Rizzitelli, Diego Fuser (Giorgio Venturin 64 or 65), Marco Simone (Renato Buso 72)
Sion. Stade de Tourbillon. 1250 spectators. ARB.: Karl-Josef Assenmacher (West Germany).
 
06.06.1989 San Marino 0-5 Switzerland
Goals: Marc Hottinger 7 or Philippe Douglas 9, Adrian Knup 44 or 45, 80 penalty, Philippe Douglas 70, Frédéric Chassot 89
San Marino: Maurizio Conti, Roberto Crescentini, Ivan Toccaceli, Paolo Conti, Luca Gobbi, William Guerra, Oscar Pasolini, Maurizio Censoni, Harry Selva (Simone Bianchi 63), Fabio Francini, Pier-Angelo Manzaroli (Ivan Matteoni 87)  
Switzerland: Jörg Stiel, Christophe Ohrel, Gilbert Epars (Daniele Penzavalli 69), Harald Gämperle, Urs Fischer, Patrick Sylvestre, Philippe Douglas, Marc Hottinger, Frédéric Chassot, Reto Baumgartner, Adrian Knup
Serravalle. Stadio Olimpico di Serravalle. 889 spectators. ARB.: Edgar Azzopardi, Charles Zerafa, Patrick Fenech (Malta).
 
04.10.1989 San Marino 0-2 Italy
Goals: Stefano Rossini 70 or 72, Silvano Benedetti 80 or 83
San Marino: Pier-Luigi Benedettini, Ivan Toccaceli, Paolo Conti, Ivan Matteoni, Luca Gobbi, William Guerra, Nicola Bacciocchi (Roberto Crescentini 70 or 71 or 72), Massimo Bonini, Harry Selva (Maurizio Censoni 77 or 78), Fabio Francini, Pier-Angelo Manzaroli
Italy: Valerio Fiori, Stefano Rossini, Marco Lanna, Francesco Zanoncelli, Silvano Benedetti, Luca Pellegrini, Paolo Di Canio (Ruggiero Rizzitelli 65 or 66), Diego Fuser (Angelo Carbone 57 or 59), Pierluigi Casiraghi, Giorgio Venturin, Marco Simone
Serravalle. Stadio Olimpico di Serravalle. 1100 or 1400 spectators. ARB.: Zdravko Jokić (Yugoslavia). Yellow cards: William Guerra, Giorgio Venturin, Paolo Di Canio, Ivan Matteoni, Luca Gobbi  
 
25.10.1989 Italy 1-0 Switzerland 
Goal: Diego Fuser 73
Italy: Valerio Fiori, Luigi Amleto Garzya, Marco Lanna, Stefano Salvatori (Diego Fuser 56 or 57), Marco Baroni (Stefano Rossini 46), Luca Pellegrini, Giovanni Stroppa, Angelo Carbone, Pierluigi Casiraghi, Giorgio Venturin, Marco Simone
Switzerland: Jörg Stiel, Harald Gämperle, Christophe Ohrel, Peter Schepull, Urs Fischer, Marc Hottiger, Philippe Douglas, Patrick Sylvestre, Adrian Knup, Didier Gigon, Frédéric Chassot (André Wiedermakher 61 or 63)
Padova. Stadio Silvio Appiani. 8000 or 9000 spectators. ARB.: Gábor Plasek (Hungary). Yellow cards: Peter Schepull, Frédéric Chassot, Angelo Carbone, Urs Fischer
 
14.11.1989 Switzerland 3-0 San Marino
Goals: Pascal Thüler 36, 50 or 51, Patrick Sylvestre 42 or 43 or 44
Switzerland: Peter Kobel, Marc Hottiger, Gilbert Epars, Harald Gämperle (René Morf 83), Christophe Ohrel, Patrick Sylvestre, Philippe Douglas, Pascal Thüler, Urs Güntensperger (Daniel Wyss 72 or 73), Didier Gigon, Stéphane Chapuisat
San Marino: Pier-Luigi Benedettini, Ivan Toccaceli, Paolo Conti, Bruno Muccioli, Luca Gobbi, William Guerra, Nicola Bacciocchi (Maurizio Censoni 53 or 54), Ivan Matteoni, Harry Selva (Simone Bianchi 77), Fabio Francini, Pier-Angelo Manzaroli
Lugano. Stadio di Cornaredo. 200 or 600 spectators. ARB.: Heinz Holzmann (Austria). Yellow card: Bruno Muccioli
 
29.11.1989 Italy 2-0 San Marino
Goals: Stefano Rossini 37, Diego Fuser 80
Italy: Valerio Fiori, Stefano Rossini, Marco Lanna (Gianluigi Lentini 65 or 66), Stefano Salvatori, Silvano Benedetti, Luca Pellegrini, Diego Fuser, Angelo Carbone, Pierluigi Casiraghi, Giovanni Stroppa, Ruggiero Rizzitelli (Marco Simone 46)
San Marino: Pier-Luigi Benedettini, Ivan Toccaceli, Luca Bizzocchi (Roberto Crescentini 54 or 55), Ivan Matteoni, Luca Gobbi, William Guerra, Nicola Bacciocchi, Massimo Bonini, Harry Selva (Simone Bianchi 85), Fabio Francini, Pier-Angelo Manzaroli
Ravenna. Stadio Bruno Benelli. 4700 spectators. ARB.: José FRANCISCO Conceição SILVA (Portugal). Yellow cards: Pier-Angelo Manzaroli, Nicola Bacciocchi, Marco Lanna, Stefano Rossini
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Group 6   
1. SPAIN           4   3 0 1   3- 1   6
2. Hungary        4   2 1 1   2- 1   5
3. Cyprus          4   0 1 3   0- 3   1
 
11.12.1988 Cyprus 0-0 Hungary
Cyprus: Antonis Kleftis, Pounas, Ioannou, Konstaninos, Hailis, Porfiriou (Eupolis 85), Crristopoulos, Matrolou, Ionnifidis, Angelos Tsolakis, Panagiotis Xiouroupas (Andreas Sotiriou 63)
Hungary: Károly Gelei, Zoltán Balog, László, Szabó, Szlezák, Zsolt Máriási, Zsolt Limperger, Tamás Petres (Vendel Rugovics 46), Attila Kámán, Béla Illés, Róbert Jován (Gyula Jónás 70)
Larnaca. Antonis Papadopoulos Stadium. ARB.: Anton Vasilev (Bulgaria). Yellow card: Angelos Tsolakis

22.03.1989 Cyprus 0-1 Spain
Goal: Fernando Ruiz HIERRO 81
Cyprus: Christofi, Hailis, Pittas, Ioannou, Podromou, Christofi II, Pounas, Andreas Sotiriou, Panagiotis Xiouroupas (Zembasis or Zempashis 61), Porfiriou, Nikodemus (Nikki) Papavasiliou        
Spain: Juan Carlos UNZUÉ Labiano, Andoni LAKABEG Fraile, Jorge OTERO Bouzas, FELIPE HERRERO Baeza, Francisco FERREIRA Colmenero, Fernando Ruiz HIERRO, Fernando “NANDO” Muñoz García, Guillermo AMOR Martínez (Francisco Javier "JAVI" REY Galán 85), Sebastián LOSADA Bestard, Ricardo González BANGO (Manuel MOLINA Molina 70), Carlos AGUILERA Martín
Nicosia. The Pancyprian Gymnastic Association Stadium. ARB.: Mircea Lucian Salomir (Romania). Yellow cards: Jorge OTERO Bouzas, Pittas

12.04.1989 Hungary 1-0 Cyprus
Goal: Róbert Jován 21
Hungary: Tamás Mázi, Zsolt Máriási, László, Szabó, Csaba Bordás, Róbert Jován, Zsolt Limperger, Zsolt Huszák, Gyula Jónás, Somogyi, Attila Kámán (Vendel Rugovics 70)
Cyprus: Antonis Kleftis, Aristotelous, Ioannou, Michael, Hailis, K. Christofi, Pounas, Zembasis or Zempashis, Andreas Sotiriou, Porfirou (Atanasiou 46), Panagiotis Xiouroupas
Budapest. Budafoki Stadion. 500 spectators. ARB.: Tadeusz Diakonowicz (Poland). Yellow cards: Ioannu, Zsolt Limperger 

31.05.1989 Spain 1-0 Cyprus
Goal: Sebastián LOSADA Bestard 40
Spain: DIEGO Díaz Garrido, Andoni LAKABEG Fraile, Rafael ALKORTA Martínez, Juan MARTAGÓN Romero, Fernando Ruiz HIERRO, FERNANDO Gómez Colomer, Fernando “NANDO” Muñoz García (Carlos AGUILERA Martín 69), Guillermo AMOR Martínez, ALBERTO López Moreno, Ander GARITANO Urkizu, Sebastián LOSADA Bestard (Ricardo MENDIGUREN Egaña 89)    
Cyprus: Heilis or Antonis Kleftis, Xoannis, Aristotelous, Ioannou, Michael, Christofi II, Pounas, Angelos Tsolakis, Nikodemus (Nikki) Papavasiliou, Zembasis or Zempashis (Porfiriou 46), Panagiotis Xiouroupas        
Mérida. Estadio Romano José Fouto. ARB.: C.Silva (Portugal). Yellow cards: Pounas, Zempashis, Juan MARTAGÓN Romero, Fernando Ruiz HIERRO, Sebastián LOSADA Bestard

10.10.1989 Hungary 1-0 Spain
Goal: Zoltán Csucsánszky 4 or 5
Hungary: Zsolt Petry, Tamás Mónos, Szabó, János Palaczky, Zsolt Máriási, János Bánfi, Attila Kámán, Csaba Horváth, Zoltán Csucsánszky, Zsolt Huszák (Somogyi 64 or 65), Tamás Petres (Gyula Jónás 80 or 82)    
Spain: Juan Carlos UNZUÉ Labiano, Andoni LAKABEG Fraile (Carlos AGUILERA Martín 77 or 78), Rafael ALKORTA Martínez, SERGI López Segú, Francisco FERREIRA Colmenero, Roberto SOLOZÁBAL Villanueva, FELIPE HERRERO Baeza, Fernando “NANDO” Muñoz García (Ander GARITANO Urkizu 46), Sebastián LOSADA Bestard, Ricardo González BANGO, Ricardo MENDIGUREN Egaña
Székesfehérvár. Sóstói Stadion. 1000 spectators. ARB.: Pierluigi Magni (Italy). Yellow cards: Szabó, Francisco FERREIRA Colmenero, FELIPE HERRERO Baeza

14.11.1989 Spain 1-0 Hungary
Goal: ALBERTO López Moreno 15
Spain: DIEGO Díaz Garrido, Andoni LAKABEG Fraile, Rafael ALKORTA Martínez, SERGI López Segú, Francisco FERREIRA Colmenero, Fernando Ruiz HIERRO, Guillermo AMOR Martínez, Santiago ARAGÓN Martínez (Juan MARTAGÓN Romero 85 or 86), ALBERTO López Moreno, Ander GARITANO Urkizu, Sebastián LOSADA Bestard (Ricardo MENDIGUREN Egaña 72 or 82)
Hungary: Zsolt Petry, Tamás Mónos, László, János Palaczky, Zsolt Máriási, Zoltán Balog, Attila Kámán, Zsolt Limperger, Zoltán Csucsánszky (Csaba Horváth 61 or 65), Csaba Bordás (Zsolt Huszák 75 or 80), Róbert Jován
Benidorm. Estadio Municipal de Guillermo Amor. 8000 spectators. ARB.: Ignace Goris (Belgium). Yellow cards: Andoni LAKABEG Fraile, SERGI López Segú, Csaba Bordás, Csaba Horváth
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Group 5  
1. YUGOSLAVIA   6  4 1 1 10- 4  9
2. France              6  3 2 1 11- 7  8
3. Norway              6  1 2 3  3- 7   4
4. Scotland            6  1 1 4  7-13  3
  
13.09.1988 Norway 1-1 Scotland
Goals: Claus Lehland Eftevaag 82 / Joe Miller 51 penalty
Norway: Arne Linn, Hugo-André Hansen, Tore André Pedersen, Torgeir Bjarmann, Stig Inge Bjørnebye, Jan Ove Pedersen, Per Morten Haugen (Bjørn Johansen 78), Kjetil André Rekdal, Øyvind Mellemstrand, Tore André Dahlum (Claus Lehland Eftevaag 64), Simen Agdestein
Scotland: Campbell Money, Scott Nisbet, David Robertson, Derek Whyte, Davie McPherson, Billy McKinlay, Joe Miller, Terry Wilson, Lee Glover (Paul Hunter 5) or (Steven Campbell 6), John Collins, Joe McLeod    
Drammen. Marienlyst Stadion. 600 spectators. ARB.: Guðmundur Haraldsson (Iceland).
 
27.09.1988 France 2-0 Norway 
Goals: David Zitelli 26, 64 or 65
France: Sylvain Sansone, Éric Sikora (Benoît Cauet 61), Christophe Galtier, William Prunier, Alain Roche, Marcel Desailly,  Jean-Luc Dogon, Didier Deschamps, David Zitelli, David Ginola, Fabrice Henry (Michel Pavon 46)
Norway: Arne Linn, Hugo-André Hansen, Tore André Pedersen, Torgeir Bjarmann, Stig Inge Bjørnebye, Erik Stensrud Pedersen, Jan Ove Pedersen, Bjørn Johansen (Per Morten Haugen 72), Øyvind Mellemstrand (Jan Erlend Kruse 55 or 56), Tore André Dahlum, Simen Agdestein
Tours. Stade de la Vallée du Cher. 10000 spectators. ARB.: Wilfred Wallace (Ireland).
 
18.10.1988 Scotland 0-2 Yugoslavia
Goals: Zvonimir Boban 69, Davor Šuker 87
Scotland: Alan Main, Scott Nisbet, David Robertson, Brian Hamilton (Billy McKinlay 75), Davie McPherson, Derek Whyte, Joe Miller (Edward May 30), Paul Wright, Robert Fleck, John Collins, Steven Campbell
Yugoslavia: Miroslav Žitnjak, Branko Brnović (Boban Babunski 75), Robert Jarni, Dubravko Pavličić, Gordan Petrić, Igor Štimac, Predrag Mijatović, Milan Pavlović, Zvonimir Boban (Slavoljub Janković 89), Robert Prosinečki, Davor Šuker
Edinburgh. Tynecastle. 4023 spectators. ARB.: Frans Van Den Wijngaert (Belgium). Yellow card: Robert Jarni  
 
18.11.1988 Yugoslavia 2-2 France
Goals: Predrag Mijatović 5, 64 / David Zitelli 6, Fabrice Divert 79 or 80
Yugoslavia: Miroslav Žitnjak, Branko Brnović (Alen Bokšić 80), Robert Jarni, Dubravko Pavličić, Slavoljub Janković, Igor Štimac, Predrag Mijatović, Milan Pavlović (Aleksandar Đorđević 46), Zvonimir Boban, Robert Prosinečki, Davor Šuker
France: Sylvain Sansone, Patrick Valéry (Jean-Philippe Delpech 80 or 82), Christophe Galtier, William Prunier (Michel Pavon 54), Didier Deschamps, Marcel Desailly, Jean-Luc Dogon, Franck Dumas, Fabrice Divert, Christophe Cocard, David Zitelli (Michel Pavon 71)     
Titov Vrbas. Stadion kraj Šlajza (FK Vrbas Stadion). 3000 spectators. ARB.: Friedrich Kaupe (Austria). Yellow cards: Igor Štimac, Patrick Valéry  
 
07.03.1989 Scotland 2-3 France 
Goals: Paul Wright 24 or 25, Mike Galloway (2-3) / Fabrice Henry 46 , Fabrice Divert 65, Fabrice Henry 75 or Fabrice Divert 74 or 75
Scotland: Les Fridge, Alan McLaren (Brian Hamilton 74), Steven Campbell, Alex Cleland, Scott Nisbet, Jim McInally, Edward May, Billy McKinlay, Paul Wright (Paul Hunter 74), John Collins, Mike Galloway
France: Sylvain Sansone, Patrick Valéry, Gros or Éric Sikora, Jean-Pierre Cyprien, Jean-Guy Wallemme, Marcel Desailly, Jean-Luc Dogon (Jean-Philippe Delpech 41 or 43), Franck Dumas, Fabrice Divert (Michel Pavon 81), Didier Deschamps, Fabrice Henry   
Dundee. Tannadice Park.  4170 spectators. ARB.: Christiaan H.J. van der Laar (Netherlands). Yellow cards: Marcel Desailly, Scott Nisbet, Patrick Valéry, Mike Galloway. Red card: Marcel Desailly
 
28.04.1989 France 0-1 Yugoslavia
Goal: Robert Prosinečki 89
France: Sylvain Sansone, Jean-Guy Wallemme, Christophe Galtier, Jean-Pierre Cyprien, Alain Roche, Franck Dumas, Jean-Luc Dogon (Patrice Eyraud 75), Jean-Philippe Delpech, Fabrice Divert (Patrice Eyraud 76), Fabrice Henry (Michel Pavon 85), David Zitelli     
Yugoslavia: Dragoje Leković, Branko Brnović, Robert Jarni, Dubravko Pavličić, Gordan Petrić, Andrej Panadić, Predrag Mijatović, Zvonimir Boban, Siniša Mihajlović (Boban Babunski 46), Robert Prosinečki, Davor Šuker (Alen Bokšić or Ljubomir Vorkapić 72)
Le Havre. Stade Jules-Deschaseaux. 4208 spectators. ARB.: Vítor Manuel Fernandes Correia (Portugal).
 
13.06.1989 Norway 0-1 Yugoslavia
Goal: Robert Prosinečki 87
Norway: Frode Grodås, Hugo-André Hansen, Tore André Pedersen, Asle Hillestad, Roger Nilsen (Per Morten Haugen 76 or 77), Bjørn Johansen, Erik Stensrud Pedersen, Lars Roar Bohinen, Stein Røssevold Amundsen, Kjetil André Rekdal, Claus Lehland Eftevaag (Øyvind Leonhardsen 71)
Yugoslavia: Dragoje Leković, Branko Brnović, Robert Jarni, Dubravko Pavličić, Gordan Petrić, Andrej Panadić (Siniša Mihajlović 23), Predrag Mijatović, Zvonimir Boban, Boban Babunski, Robert Prosinečki, Davor Šuker
Kolbotn. Sofiemyr Stadion. 1000 or 1150 spectators. ARB.: Keith Cooper (Wales).
 
05.09.1989 Yugoslavia 4-1 Scotland
Goals: Davor Šuker 17, 59, Gordan Petrić 32, Robert Prosinečki 85 / Kevin Gallacher 54
Yugoslavia: Dragoje Leković, Branko Brnović, Robert Jarni, Boban Babunski (Veselin Kovačević 88), Gordan Petrić, Andrej Panadić, Predrag Mijatović, Zvonimir Boban (Siniša Mihajlović 43), Alen Bokšić, Robert Prosinečki, Davor Šuker
Scotland: Les Fridge, Alan McLaren (Paul Wright 72), David Robertson, Billy McKinlay, Scott Nisbet, Derek Whyte, David Kirkwood, Derek Ferguson, Kevin Gallacher, John Collins, Lee Glover (Scott Crabbe 46)
Slavonski Brod. Gradski Stadion uz Savu. 9000 spectators. ARB.: Vasilios Nikakis (Greece). Yellow cards: Andrej Panadić, Billy McKinlay, Boban Babunski  
 
05.09.1989 Norway 1-1 France
Goals: Bent André Skammelsrud 44 / Fabrice Divert 26
Norway: Frode Grodåsm, Per Morten Haugen, Tore André Pedersen, Roger Nilsen, Terje Olsen, Øyvind Leonhardsen, Bjørn Johansen, Bent André Skammelsrud, Dag Riisnæs, Kjetil André Rekdal (Stein Berg-Johansen 72), Claus Lehland Eftevaag
France: Sylvain Sansone, Patrick Valéry (Bixente Lizarazu 63), Christophe Galtier, Jean-Pierre Cyprien, Alain Roche, Marcel Desailly, Jean-Luc Dogon, Jean-Philippe Delpech (Fabrice Henry 77), Patrice Eyraud, Jean-Louis Lima, Fabrice Divert
Raufoss. Raufoss Stadion. 1020 or 1400 spectators. ARB.: Klaus Scheurell (East Germany). Yellow card: Tore André Pedersen
 
10.10.1989 Yugoslavia 0-1 Norway
Goal: Stein Berg-Johansen 87
Yugoslavia: Miroslav Žitnjak, Branko Brnović, Robert Jarni, Miodrag Božović (Saša Nedeljković 21), Boban Babunski, Andrej Panadić, Predrag Mijatović (Ljubinko Drulović 83), Zvonimir Boban, Alen Bokšić, Robert Prosinečki, Siniša Mihajlović (Ljubinko Drulović 83)
Norway: Frode Grodås, Terje Olsen (Roy Wassberg 55), Tore André Pedersen, Torgeir Bjarmann, Pål Skistad, Bjørn Johansen (Kjetil André Rekdal 78), Bent André Skammelsrud, Dag Riisnæs, Øyvind Leonhardsen, Claus Lehland Eftevaag, Stein Berg-Johansen 
Zenica. Stadion Bilino polje. 5000 or 6000 spectators. ARB.: Larkou (Cyprus). Yellow card: Miroslav Žitnjak
 
10.10.1989 France 3-1 Scotland
Goals: Marcel Desailly 5, Patrice Eyraud 60 or 64 or 65 (2-0), 65 penalty or 68 penalty (3-0) / Terry Wilson 84 or 85 or 86
France: Sylvain Sansone, Christophe Galtier, Bixente Lizarazu, Jean-Pierre Cyprien, Alain Roche, Marcel Desailly, Jean-Luc Dogon, Jean-Philippe Delpech, Fabrice Divert, Patrice Eyraud, Jean-Louis Lima  
Scotland: Bryan Gunn, Alex Cleland, Brian Hamilton, Billy McKinlay, Scott Nisbet, Terry Wilson, William Miller (Paul Hunter 77 or 78), Stuart McCall, Scott Crabbe, John Collins (Eoin Jess 70 or 72), Joe McLeod
Rennes. Stade de la Route-de-Lorient. 9654 spectators. ARB.: José Donato Pes Pérez (Spain). Yellow cards: Christophe Galtier, Scott Nisbet, Jean-Pierre Cyprien
 
14.11.1989 Scotland 2-0 Norway
Goals: Mike Galloway 22, Billy McKinlay 60 or 61
Scotland: Alan Main, Alex Cleland, David Robertson (Raymond Sharp 76), Billy McKinlay, Derek Whyte, Alan McLaren, Brian Hamilton (Eoin Jess 54), Gary McAllister, Mike Galloway, John Collins, William Miller     
Norway: Frode Grodås, Terje Olsen, Tore André Pedersen, Roger Nilsen, Erik Stensrud Pedersen, Øystein Drillestad (Per Morten Haugen 68), Bjørn Johansen, Kjetil André Rekdal, Øyvind Leonhardsen, Claus Lehland Eftevaag, Stein Berg-Johansen (Egil Johan Østenstad 46)
Perth. McDiarmid Park. 6137 spectators. ARB.: Sveinn Sveinsson (Iceland).
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Group 4   
1. WEST GERMANY   6   4 2 0   10- 2  10
2. Iceland                    6   2 3 1   11- 7    7
3. Netherlands            6   1 2 3    6- 9     4
4. Finland                    6   1 1 4   4-13    3
 
30.08.1988 Finland 0-3 West Germany
Goals: Andreas Möller 8 or 9, Detlev Dammeier 25 or 26, Knut Reinhardt 86 or 87
Finland: Petri Antero Jakonen, Sami Vehkakoski, Ari Heikkinen, Jyrki Tapio Huhtamäki, Mika Juha Tapan Viljanen, Jarmo Tapio Saastamoinen, Kim Suominen (Sami Kalevi Ylä-Jussila 15), Juha Petri “Janne” Suokonautio (Jari Olavi Litmanen 46), Kai Marko Kalervo Rajamäki, Rami Rantanen, Juha-Kalle Lehtinen
West Germany: Oliver Reck, Jürgen Luginger, Gunther Metz, Alexander Strehmel, Manfred Binz, Detlev Dammeier (Michael Preetz 81 or 82 or 83), Horst Steffen, Marcel Witeczek, Oliver Bierhoff (Stefan Effenberg 63 or 64), Andreas Möller, Knut Reinhardt
Kouvola. Saviniemen and Anjalankosken Jalkapallostadion. 3000 or 3496 spectators. ARB.: Ivan Timoshenko (USSR). Yellow card: Jari Olavi Litmanen

13.09.1988 Iceland 1-1 Netherlands  
Goals: Eyjólfur Sverrisson 77 or 78 / Eric Viscaal 28
Iceland: Ólafur Gottskálksson, Rúnar Kristinsson, Gestur Arnar Gylfason (Steinar Dagur Adolfsson 71), Baldur Þór Bjarnason, Einar Páll Tómasson, Sævar Guðjónsson, Hallsteinn Arnarson, Pétur Þorsteinn Óskarsson, Ragnar Ingi Margeirsson, Arnljótur Davíðsson, Ólafur Helgi Kristjánsson (Eyjólfur Sverrisson 46)   
Netherlands: Eduard Franciscus "Ed" de Goeij (also de Goey), Wilfried Elzinga, Wilbert Goossens, Girrit Plomp, Martin Laamers, Johannes Marinus ("Jan") van Halst, Rob Alflen, Arnoldus ("Arno") Johannes Theodorus Arts (Franciscus "Frank" de Boer 52), Jeroen Boere, Eric Viscaal, Richard Peter Witschge (Bryan Edward Steven Roy 81)
Reykjavík. Valbjarnarvöllur. 127 spectators. ARB.: David Syme (Scotland). Yellow cards: Johannes Marinus ("Jan") van Halst, Sævar Guðjónsson

28.09.1988 Finland 2-1 Iceland
Goals: Juha-Kalle Lehtinen, Jari Olavi Litmanen / Baldur Þór Bjarnason
Finland: Petri Antero Jakonen, Juha Riippa, Ari Heikkinen, Jyrki Tapio Huhtamäki, Jarmo Tapio Saastamoinen, Jari Olavi Litmanen, Kim Suominen (Petri Juhani Helin 46), Sami Kalevi Ylä-Jussila, Kai Marko Kalervo Rajamäki, Juha-Kalle Lehtinen, Rami Rantanen (Mika Juha Tapan Viljanen 80)
Iceland: Ólafur Gottskálksson, Rúnar Kristinsson (Alexander Högnason 46), Ólafur Helgi Kristjánsson, Steinar Dagur Adolfsson, Einar Páll Tómasson, Hallsteinn Arnarson (Ólafur Helgi Kristjánsson 79), Baldur Þór Bjarnason, Haraldur Ingólfsson, Pétur Þorsteinn Óskarsson, Arnljótur Davíðsson, Eyjólfur Sverrisson    
Oulu. Raatin stadion. 300 spectators. ARB.: Egil Nervik (Norway). Yellow cards: Juha Riippa, Sami Kalevi Ylä-Jussila    

18.10.1988 West Germany 2-0 Netherlands
Goals: Oliver Bierhoff 64, Stefan Effenberg 68
West Germany: Oliver Reck, Jürgen Luginger, Gunther Metz, Alexander Strehmel, Manfred Binz, Detlev Dammeier, Horst Steffen (Stefan Effenberg 60), Marcel Witeczek (Carsten Kober 77 or 78), Oliver Bierhoff, Andreas Möller, Knut Reinhardt
Netherlands: Eduard Franciscus "Ed" de Goeij (also de Goey), Wilfried Elzinga, Edwin Duim (Franciscus "Frank" de Boer 74 or 75), Girrit Plomp, Andy Scharmin, Edward Linskens, Rob Alflen, Martin Laamers, Eric Viscaal, Edwin van Ankeren, Richard Peter Witschge (Edwin Vurens 69)
Augsburg. Rosenaustadion. 9000 spectators. ARB.: José Maria Enriquez Negreira (Spain). Yellow card: Martin Laamers

25.04.1989 Netherlands 0-1 West Germany
Goals: Marcel Witeczek 31 or 32
Netherlands: Eduard Franciscus "Ed" de Goeij (also de Goey), Andy Scharmin, Girrit Plomp, Marco Roelofsen, Frank Verlaat, Michel Broeders, Martin Laamers (Franciscus "Frank" de Boer 46), Edward Linskens (Rob Alflen 54 or 55), Edwin Vurens, Eric Viscaal, Reginald Waldie "Regi" Blinker     
West Germany: Oliver Reck, Gunther Metz, Alois Reinhardt, Michael Klinkert, Adrian Spyrka, Jürgen Luginger, Horst Steffen, Nils Schmäler, Marcel Witeczek, Gerhard Poschner (Ralf Sturm 63 or 64), Maurice „Mucki“ Banach (Carsten Kober 78 or 79)
Venlo. Seacon Stadion - De Koel. 4832 or 8000 spectators. ARB.: John Spillane (Ireland). Yellow card: Rob Alflen

30.05.1989 Finland 1-1 Netherlands
Goals: Kim Suominen 16 or 17 / Marco Roelofsen 41 or 42
Finland: Esa Viitanen, Juha Riippa, Jyrki Tapio Huhtamäki, Aki-Mikael Hyryläinen, Sami Vehkakoski, Jarmo Tapio Saastamoinen, Petri Juhani Helin, Kim Suominen, Vesa Tauriainen, Mika Aaltonen (Jari Olavi Litmanen 71), Kimmo Juhani Tarkkio
Netherlands: Eduard Franciscus "Ed" de Goeij (also de Goey), Andy Scharmin, Martin Laamers, Marco Roelofsen, Frank Verlaat, Michel Broeders, Arthur Numan, Rob Alflen, Edwin Vurens, Eric Viscaal, Eduard de Kruijff or Edwin de Kruyff (Roland Vroomans 46)
Salo. Salohalli. 1200 or 2311 spectators. ARB.: Wojciech Rudy (Poland). Yellow card: Marco Roelofsen

30.05.1989 Iceland 1-1 West Germany
Goals: Gerhard Poschner 75 own goal or Baldur Þór Bjarnason or Eyjolfur Sverisson / Oliver Bierhoff 69
Iceland: Ólafur Gottskálksson, Alexander Högnason, Helgi Bjarnason, Steinar Dagur Adolfsson, Einar Páll Tómasson, Sævar Guðjónsson, Ólafur Helgi Kristjánsson, Kristinn Rúnar Jónsson, Baldur Þór Bjarnason (Kjartan Jóhannes Einarsson 72 or 73), Eyjólfur Sverrisson (Pétur Þorsteinn Óskarsson 86 or 88), Haraldur Ingólfsson
West Germany: Oliver Reck, Alois Reinhardt, Nils Schmäler (Oliver Bierhoff 55), Michael Klinkert, Adrian Spyrka, Jürgen Luginger, Horst Steffen, Stefan Effenberg, Marcel Witeczek, Gerhard Poschner (Martin Schneider 77), Maurice „Mucki“ Banach 
Reykjavík. Laugardalsvöllur. 500 spectators. ARB.: Kim Milton Nielsen (Denmark). Yellow cards: Alexander Högnason, Adrian Spyrka, Stefan Effenberg  

05.09.1989 Iceland 4-0 Finland
Goals: Eyjólfur Sverrisson 44, 61, 64, 87
Iceland: Ólafur Gottskálksson, Ólafur Helgi Kristjánsson, Alexander Högnason, Steinar Dagur Adolfsson, Einar Páll Tómasson, Kristinn Rúnar Jónsson, Eyjólfur Sverrisson, Þorsteinn H.Halldórsson (Heimir Guðjónsson 77 or 78), Kjartan Jóhannes Einarsson (Baldur Þór Bjarnason 59 or 60), Ólafur Þórðarson, Haraldur Ingólfsson
Finland: Jyrki Rovio, Sami Vehkakoski, Jouko Antero Vuorela, Aki-Mikael Hyryläinen, Mika Juha Tapan Viljanen, Kim Suominen, Petri Juhani Helin, Mika Aaltonen, Juha-Kalle Lehtinen, Vesa Tauriainen (Kai Marko Kalervo Rajamäki 73), Juha Petri “Janne” Suokonautio (Yrjö Happonen 46)
Akureyri. Akureyrarvöllur. 450 spectators. ARB.: James McCluskey (Scotland). Yellow cards: Aki-Mikael Hyryläinen, Jouko Antero Vuorela

03.10.1989 West Germany 2-0 Finland
Goals: Knut Reinhardt 11 or 12, Marcel Witeczek 30
West Germany: Richard Golz, Jürgen Luginger, Gunther Metz, Michael Klinkert, Adrian Spyrka, Horst Steffen, Ralf Sturm (Carsten Kober 57 or 58), Maurice „Mucki“ Banach, Marcel Witeczek (Marco Bode 76 or 77), Detlev Dammeier, Knut Reinhardt
Finland: Esa Viitanen, Juha Petri “Janne” Suokonautio, Jouko Antero Vuorela, Juha Riippa, Sami Kalevi Ylä-Jussila, Kari Rissanen, Kim Suominen (Rami Rantanen 80 or 81), Jarmo Tapio Saastomoinen, Niclas Alfons Grönholm, Kai Marko Kalervo Rajamäki (Pasi Tauriainen 70 or 71), Juha-Kalle Lehtinen
Arnsberg. Stadion Große Wiese. 6700 spectators. ARB.: Frans Van Den Wijngaert (Belgium).

10.10.1989 Netherlands 2-3 Iceland
Goals: Eric Viscaal 46, Ronaldus "Ronald" de Boer 56 penalty or 58 penalty / Ólafur Þórðarson 39 or 40, Haraldur Ingólfsson 50 or 52, Rúnar Kristinsson 85 or 87
Netherlands: Eduard Franciscus "Ed" de Goeij (also de Goey), Marco Sas, Michel Adam, Marciano Carlos Alberto Vink (Rob Alflen 55), Richard Peter Witschge, Michel Broeders, Edward Linskens, Edwin Vurens, Ronaldus "Ronald" de Boer, Dennis Nicolaas Maria Bergkamp (Eric Viscaal 46), Bryan Edward Steven Roy
Iceland: Ólafur Gottskálksson, Kristinn Rúnar Jónsson, Ólafur Helgi Kristjánsson, Steinar Dagur Adolfsson (Kjartan Jóhannes Einarsson 48), Einar Páll Tómasson, Rúnar Kristinsson, Baldur Þór Bjarnason, Þorsteinn H.Halldórsson, Eyjólfur Sverrisson (Kjartan Jóhannes Einarsson), Ólafur Þórðarson, Haraldur Ingólfsson
Schiedam. Sportpark Harga SVDPW. 1719 spectators. ARB.: Norman Loughins (Northern Ireland).

25.10.1989 West Germany 1-1 Iceland  
Goals: Marco Bode 59 / Baldur Þór Bjarnason 6
West Germany: Uwe Brunn, Alexander Strehmel, Nils Schmäler, Michael Klinkert, Adrian Spyrka, Ralf Weber (Jürgen Luginger 6 or 10), Ralf Sturm (Michael Sternkopf 48 or 49), Marco Bode, Oliver Bierhoff, Martin Schneider, Knut Reinhardt  
Iceland: Ólafur Gottskálksson, Kristinn Rúnar Jónsson, Ólafur Helgi Kristjánsson, Steinar Dagur Adolfsson, Einar Páll Tómasson, Rúnar Kristinsson (Heimir Guðjónsson 83 or 84 or 85), Eyjólfur Sverrisson, Þorsteinn H.Halldórsson, Baldur Þór Bjarnason (Kjartan Jóhannes Einarsson 69 or 72), Ólafur Þórðarson, Haraldur Ingólfsson
Saarbrücken. Ludwigsparkstadion. 1500 spectators. ARB.: Michel Girard (France). Yellow cards: Ólafur Þórðarson, Nils Schmäler, Þorsteinn H.Halldórsson, Eyjólfur Sverrisson  

14.11.1989 Netherlands 2-1 Finland
Goals: Eric Viscaal 43 penalty or 44 penalty, Roberto Lanckohr 50 / Jarmo Tapio Saastamoinen 42
Netherlands: Eduard Franciscus "Ed" de Goeij (also de Goey), Michel Broeders, Marco Sas, John Fitzgerald Veldman, Errol Refos, Dean Gorré, Edward Linskens, Edwin Vurens, Roland Vroomans (Zier Tebbenhoff 76 or 77), Eric Viscaal, Roberto Lanckohr
Finland: Esa Viitanen, Petri Juhani Helin, Esa Pekonen, Juha Riippa, Sami Vehkakoski, Jarmo Tapio Saastamoinen, Kim Suominen, Jari Olavi Litmanen, Vesa Tauriainen, Ismo Lius (Niclas Alfons Grönholm 78), Juha-Kalle Lehtinen
Heerenveen. Abe Lenstra Stadion. 8000 spectators. ARB.: René Bindels (Luxembourg). Yellow cards: Errol Refos, Sami Vehkakoski
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 Group 7  
1. CZECHOSLOVAKIA       6   3 2 1  10- 5   8
2. Belgium                         6   2 4 0   7- 3    8
3. Portugal                         6   2 2 2   6- 6   6
4. Luxembourg                  6   0 2 4   1-10   2
 
15.11.1988 Czechoslovakia 0-3 Belgium
Goals: Marc Wilmots 16 or 18 or 20, 38 or 40, De Wilde 79  
Czechoslovakia: Petr Kouba, Václav Pecháček, Petr Škarabela, Maroš Mikuš, Jozef Juriga, Juraj Molnar (Halas or Oldřich Haluska 46), Ladislav Pecko (Horst Siegl 46), Milan Frýda, Milan Lednický, Lambert Šmíd, Július Chlpík   
Belgium: Patrick De Man, Marc Schaessens, Plovie, Alexander Camerman, Tony Herreman, Frank Leen, Frank Dauwen, Gunter Jacob (Wim Kiekens 82 or 87), Marc Wilmots (Gert Verheyen 82 or 86 or 87), Marc Wuyts, De Wilde (Wim Kiekens 86)
Nitra. Futbalový štadión FC Nitra (Štadión pod Zoborom). 4000 spectators. ARB: Plarent Kotherja (Albania). Yellow cards: Maroš Mikuš, Marc Wuyts

14.02.1989 Portugal 1-1 Belgium
Goals: Gunter Jacobs 80 own goal or 81 own goal / Johan Vanheusden or van Heusden 1
Portugal: RUI Manuel da Silva CORREIA, JOSÉ NUNO Freire Silva AZEVEDO, JOÃO Manuel Vinhas FESTAS, JOSÉ Martins LEAL, DIMAS Manuel Marques Teixeira, JORGE da Costa FERREIRA, FERNANDO Jorge Ferreira PIRES (Joaquim Fernando Alves RIBEIRO 75), RUI FILIPE Tavares de Bastos, Francisco Manuel Gomes Moreira "CHICO NELO" (JORGE Paulo CADETE Santos Reis 57), Osvaldo "VADO" Couto Cardoso Pinto, DOMINGOS José PACIÊNCIA Oliveira
Belgium: Frédéric Halleux, Marc Schaessens, Plovie, Frank Dauwen, Tony Herreman, Rudy Hoes (Pascal Jacobs 78 or 80), Yves Audoor, Gunter Jacob, Marc Wilmots, De Wilde, Johan Vanheusden or van Heusden (Stéphane van der Heyden 75)
Amadora. Estádio José Gomes. 2000 spectators. ARB.: John Walter Lloyd (Wales). Yellow cards: Gunter Jacob, JOSÉ Martins LEAL

05.04.1989 Czechoslovakia 4-0 Luxembourg
Goals: Milan Frýda 6 or 7, 68 penalty, Milan Lednický 38, Radoslav Látal 90
Czechoslovakia: Petr Kouba, Radoslav Látal, Petr Škarabela, Maroš Mikuš, Aleš Foldyna, Ivo Staš, Július Chlpík, Milan Frýda, Milan Lednický, Pavel Kuka, Rudolf Matta (Radim Nečas 69 or 70)
Luxembourg: Paul Koch, Steve Bernardy, Alex Wilhelm, Jean Wagner, Luc Speller, Claude Ganser (Serge Thill 82), Frank Goergen, Luc Holtz, Joël Groff, Jean-Paul “Jeff” Saibene, Patrick Morocutti  
Blansko. CKD Blansko. 2500 spectators. ARB.: Timo Keltanen (Finland). Yellow cards: Maroš Mikuš, Alex Wilhelm

25.04.1989 Portugal 1-0 Luxembourg
Goal: FILIPE MANUEL Esteves RAMOS 47 or  HÉLIO Filipe Dias de SOUSA 48
Portugal: VÍTOR Manuel Martins BAÍA, ABEL Jorge Pereira da SILVA, PEDRO Manuel VALIDO Franco, FERNANDO Manuel da Silva COUTO, PAULO Sérgio Braga MADEIRA, António José dos Santos Carvalho "TOZÉ", PAULO Manuel Carvalho SOUSA, HÉLIO Filipe Dias de SOUSA, PAULO Lourenço Martins ALVES, FILIPE MANUEL Esteves RAMOS, JORGE António Pinto do COUTO
Luxembourg: Paul Koch, Steve Bernardy (Luc Speller 78), Alex Wilhelm, Weits, Jean Wagner, Claude Ganser (Serge Thill 66 or 77), Frank Goergen, Luc Holtz, Joël Groff, Jean-Paul “Jeff” Saibene, Patrick Morocutti   
Almeirim. Estádio Dom Manuel de Mello. 5022 spectators. ARB.: José Francisco Pérez Sánchez (Spain). Yellow cards: PEDRO Manuel VALIDO Franco, Luc Holtz, FILIPE MANUEL Esteves RAMOS

29.04.1989 Belgium 1-1 Czechoslovakia
Goals: Marc Wilmots 10 or 11 / Milan Lednický 49 or Milan Frýda 49
Belgium: Patrick De Man, Alain Lodewijckx, Frank Leen, Frank Dauwen, Tony Herreman, Rudy Hoes (Marc Wuyts 65), Daniel "Danny" Edouward Boffin, Yves Audoor (Marc Schaessens 54 or 55 or 56), Geert Hoebrechts, Marc Wilmots, Houben
Czechoslovakia: Petr Kouba, Radoslav Látal, Pavel Kuka (Horst Siegl 46), Július Chlpík, Aleš Foldyna, Ivo Staš, Ladislav Pecko, Milan Frýda, Milan Lednický, Radim Nečas (Jozef Juriga 54 or 55 or 56), Rudolf Matta       
Charleroi. Stade du Pays de Charleroi. 1000 spectators. ARB.: Thomas Oliver Donnelly (Northern Ireland). Yellow cards: Alain Lodewijckx, Radoslav Látal

26.05.1989 Luxembourg 0-0 Belgium
Luxembourg: Serge Rohmann, Steve Bernardy, Alex Wilhelm, Gary Schmitz, Jean Wagner, Luc Speller, Claude Ganser (Frank Deville 89), Frank Goergen, Dany Theis (Serge Thill 71), Jean-Paul “Jeff” Saibene, Patrick Morocutti     
Belgium: Patrick De Man, Marc Schaessens, Frank Dauwen, Alain Lodewijckx (Wim Kiekens 43), Tony Herreman, Yves Audoor (Marino Sabbadini 71), Piet Timmerman, Rudy Hoes, Geert Hoebrechts, Marc Wilmots, Gert Verheyen
Luxembourg. Stade Achille Hammerel. 200 spectators. ARB.: Michel Girard (France).

05.09.1989 Belgium 1-1 Portugal
Goals: Francis Severeyns 66 or 67 / CARLOS JORGE Camacho Dantas 80 or 81
Belgium: Frédéric Halleux, Marc Schaessens, Frank Dauwen, Dirk Medved, Vital Philomene Borkelmans, Piet Timmerman, Lorenzo Jules Staelens, Yves Audoor (Laurent Ballenghien 57 or 58), Krist Porte (Gunter Jacob 77), Marc Wilmots, Francis Severeyns  
Portugal: VÍTOR Manuel Martins BAÍA, Paulo Jorge do Carmo Matias "PAULITO", PAULO Sérgio Braga MADEIRA, CARLOS JORGE Camacho Dantas, MÁRIO Jorge de Castro MORGADO, RUI FILIPE Tavares de Bastos, HÉLIO Filipe Dias de SOUSA, FERNANDO Manuel da Silva COUTO, Osvaldo "VADO" Couto Cardoso Pinto (Mário Alexandre Tavares Vasconcelos "MARITO" 70 or 71), DOMINGOS José PACIÊNCIA Oliveira (JOÃO Manuel VIEIRA PINTO 70), JORGE António Pinto do COUTO
Waasland-Beveren. Freethielstadion. 405 spectators. ARB.: Georges Sandoz (Switzerland).

05.10.1989 Czechoslovakia 1-0 Portugal
Goal: Milan Lednický 79
Czechoslovakia: Petr Kouba, Martin Kotůlek, Jozef Juriga (Milan Lednický 53 or 54), Radoslav Látal, Petr Škarabela, Ivo Staš, Ladislav Pecko, Milan Frýda, Lambert Šmíd, Horst Siegl, Rudolf Matta (Aleš Foldyna 36 or 37)
Portugal: VÍTOR Manuel Martins BAÍA, ABEL Jorge Pereira da SILVA, PAULO Sérgio Braga MADEIRA, CARLOS JORGE Camacho Dantas, MÁRIO Jorge de Castro MORGADO, Paulo José Ramos Mendes "PAULINHO" (DOMINGOS José PACIÊNCIA Oliveira 80 or 84), HÉLIO Filipe Dias de SOUSA, RUI FILIPE Tavares de Bastos (FERNANDO Jorge Ferreira PIRES 61 or 63), Osvaldo "VADO" Couto Cardoso Pinto, JOÃO Manuel VIEIRA PINTO, JORGE António Pinto do COUTO   
Chrudim. TJ Sokol Chrudim. 3000 spectators. ARB.: Håkan Lindgren (Sweden). Yellow cards: Osvaldo "VADO" Couto Cardoso Pinto, Radoslav Látal

09.10.1989 Luxembourg 0-3 Portugal
Goals: CARLOS JORGE Camacho Dantas 17 or 18, JORGE António Pinto do COUTO 49, 66
Luxembourg: Paul Koch, Jean Wagner, Frank Lessure, Marc Thomé, Alex Wilhelm, Claude Ganser, Frank Goergen, Serge Thill (Marc Mathieu 87), Dany Theis (Frank Deville 76 or 77), Patrick Morocutti, Luc Lambert
Portugal: VÍTOR Manuel Martins BAÍA, ABEL Jorge Pereira da SILVA, PAULO Sérgio Braga MADEIRA, CARLOS JORGE Camacho Dantas, MÁRIO Jorge de Castro MORGADO, RUI FILIPE Tavares de Bastos, HÉLIO Filipe Dias de SOUSA, FERNANDO Jorge Ferreira PIRES (CARLOS Alberto Oliveira SECRETÁRIO 59 or 61), DOMINGOS José PACIÊNCIA Oliveira (PEDRO Rui da Mota Vieira MARTINS 64) or (Osvaldo "VADO" Couto Cardoso Pinto 64), JOÃO Manuel VIEIRA PINTO, JORGE António Pinto do COUTO
Ettelbrück. Stade du Deich. 1012 spectators. ARB.: Denis McArdle (Ireland). Yellow cards: Claude Ganser, RUI FILIPE Tavares de Bastos, Frank Lessure, Marc Thomé

24.10.1989 Belgium 1-0 Luxembourg
Goal: Marc Wilmots 10
Belgium: Frédéric Halleux, Marc Schaessens, Philippe Julien Albert, Frank Dauwen, Tony Herreman, Yves Audoor, Gunter Jacob, Johan Vanheusden or van Heusden (Marc Wuyts 18 or 20), Marc Wilmots, Krist Porte, Laurent Ballenghien (Jacky Boonen 78)
Luxembourg: Paul Koch, Frank Lessure, Alex Wilhelm, Marc Thomé, Jean Wagner, Claude Ganser, Frank Goergen, Serge Thill (Luc Speller 72 or 73), Luc Lambert (Frank Deville 57), Dany Theis, Patrick Morocutti
Liege. Stade Maurice Dufrasne. 500 spectators. ARB.: Frans Houben (Netherlands). Yellow cards: Luc Lambert, Frank Deville

14.11.1989 Portugal 0-3 Czechoslovakia  
Goals: Horst Siegl 23 or 24 or 25, 84 or CARLOS JORGE Camacho Dantas 84 own goal, Jan Suchopárek 37 or 38 or 41
Portugal: VÍTOR Manuel Martins BAÍA, ABEL Jorge Pereira da SILVA, PAULO Sérgio Braga MADEIRA, CARLOS JORGE Camacho Dantas, DIMAS Manuel Marques Teixeira, CARLOS Alberto Oliveira SECRETÁRIO (FERNANDO Jorge Ferreira PIRES 46), HÉLIO Filipe Dias de SOUSA, JORGE Paulo CADETE Santos Reis, JOÃO Manuel VIEIRA PINTO, RUI FILIPE Tavares de Bastos (Francisco Manuel Gomes Moreira "CHICO NELO" 46), JORGE António Pinto do COUTO
Czechoslovakia: Petr Kouba, Martin Kotůlek, Jan Suchopárek, Július Chlpík (Jozef Juriga 67), Aleš Foldyna, Ivo Staš, Ladislav Pecko (Milan Lednický 56 or 58), Milan Frýda, Radoslav Látal, Lambert Šmíd, Horst Siegl
Liege. Stade Maurice-Dufrasne. 12000 spectators. ARB.: Michel Girard (France). Yellow card: RUI FILIPE Tavares de Bastos

29.11.1989 Luxembourg 1-1 Czechoslovakia
Goals: Claude Ganser 77 or 78 / Horst Siegl 88 or 89
Luxembourg: Paul Koch, Frank Lessure, Alex Wilhelm, Marc Thomé, Jean Wagner, Claude Ganser, Frank Goergen, Luc Holtz (Serge Thill 62), Joël Groff, Jean-Paul “Jeff” Saibene, Dany Theis
Czechoslovakia: Petr Kouba, Martin Kotůlek, Jan Suchopárek, Jiří Novotný, Aleš Foldyna, Ivo Staš, Ladislav Pecko, Milan Frýda, Radoslav Látal, Lambert Šmíd (Milan Lednický 77 or 78), Horst Siegl  
Luxembourg. Stade Achille Hammerel. 600 spectators. ARB.: Serge Muhmenthaler (Switzerland). Yellow cards: Frank Goergen, Claud Ganser, Aleš Foldyna
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