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European qualification for the 2010 World Cup Finals in South Africa.

World Cup 2010 - UEFA Qualifying - Group 5

Divided into eight groups of six teams and one group of five, the 53 teams representing Europe will have 13 qualification slots to play for.

Group 5 P W D L F/A Dif Pts
Travel to Spain Spain 10 10 0 0 28/5 +23 30
Travel to Bosnia-Herzegovina Bosnia-Herzegovina 10 6 1 3 25/13 +12 19
Travel to Turkey Turkey 10 4 3 3 13/10 +3 12
Travel to Belgium Belgium 10 3 1 5 13/20 -7 10
Travel to Estonia Estonia 10 2 2 6 9/24 -15 8
Travel to Armenia Armenia 10 1 1 8 6/22 -16 4

Group 5 Results

14th October, 2009:

Bosnia-Herzegovina vs Spain (2:5) - in Zenica.
0:1 (Gerard Pique 13)
0:2 (David Silva 14)
0:3 (Alvaro Sanchez Negredo 50)
0:4 (Alvaro Sanchez Negredo 55)
0:5 (Juan Manuel Garcia Mata 89)
1:5 (Edin Dzeko 90)
2:5 (Zvjezdan Misimovic 92)

Estonia vs Belgium (2:0) - in Tallinn.
1:0 (Raio Piiroja 30)
2:0 (Konstantin Vassiljev 66)

Turkey vs Armenia (2:0) - in Bursa.
1:0 (Halil Altintop 16)
2:0 (Servet Cetin 28)
Sent offCeyhun Gulselam, Turkey (33)

10th October, 2009:

Armenia vs Spain (1:2) - in Yerevan.
0:1 (Cesc Fábregas 33)
1:1 (Robert Arzumanyan 58)
1:2 (Juan Manuel Garcia Mata 65pen)

Belgium vs Turkey (2:0) - in Brussels.
1:0 (Emile Mpenza 8)
2:0 (Emile Mpenza 83)

Estonia vs Bosnia-Herzegovina (0:2) - in Tallinn.
0:1 (Edin Dzeko 31)
0:2 (Vedad Ibisevic 66)

9th September, 2009:

Armenia vs Belgium (2:1) - in Yerevan.
1:0 (Hovhannes Goharyan 22)
2:0 (Sargis Hovsepyan 51)
2:1 (Daniel Van Buyten 90)

Bosnia-Herzegovina vs Turkey (1:1) - in Zenica.
0:1 (Belozoglu Emre 4)
1:1 (Sejad Salihovic 25)

Spain vs Estonia (3:0) - in Merida.
1:0 (Cesc Fábregas 33)
2:0 (Santi Cazorla 79)
3:0 (Juan Manuel Garcia Mata 90)

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5th September, 2009:

Armenia vs Bosnia-Herzegovina (0:2) - in Yerevan.
0:1 (Senijad Ibricic 5)
0:2 (Zlatan Muslimovic 75)

Spain vs Belgium (5:0) - in La Coruña.
1:0 (David Silva 41)
2:0 (David Villa 49)
3:0 (Gerard Pique 51)
4:0 (David Silva 68)
5:0 (David Villa 85)

Turkey vs Estonia (4:2) - in Kayseri.
0:1 (Vladimir Voskoboinikov 7)
1:1 (Tuncay Sanli 29)
2:1 (Sercan Yildirim 37)
2:2 (Konstantin Vassiljev 53)
3:2 (Arda Turan 62)
4:2 (Tuncay Sanli 72)

1st April, 2009:

Bosnia-Herzegovina vs Belgium (2:1) - in Zenica.
1:0 (Edin Dzeko 12)
2:0 (Edin Dzeko 15)
2:1 (Gill Swerts 88)
Sent offAxel Witsel, Belgium (61)

Estonia vs Armenia (1:0) - in Tallinn.
1:0 (Sander Puri 82)

Turkey vs Spain (1:2) - in Istanbul.
1:0 (Semih Senturk 26)
1:1 (Xabi Alonso 82pen)
1:2 (Alberto Riera 90)

28th March, 2009:

Armenia vs Estonia (2:2) - in Yerevan.
1:0 (Henrikh Mkhitarian 31)
1:1 (Konstantin Vassiljev 36)
1:2 (Konstantin Vassiljev 69)
2:2 (Gevorg Ghazarian 86)

Belgium vs Bosnia-Herzegovina (2:4) in Genk.
0:1 (Edin Dzeko 7)
1:1 (Moussa Dembele 65)
1:2 (Sanel Jahic 75)
1:3 (Zlatan Bajramovic 81)
1:4 (Zvjezdan Misimovic 86)
2:4 (Wesley Sonck 89pen)

Spain vs Turkey (1:0) - in Madrid.
1:0 (Gerard Pique 60)

15th October, 2008:

Belgium vs Spain (1:2) - in Brussels.
1:0 (Wesley Sonck 7)
1:1 (Andrés Iniesta 36)
1:2 (David Villa 88)

Bosnia-Herzegovina vs Armenia (4:1) - in Zenica.
1:0 (Emir Spahic 31)
2:0 (Edin Dzeko 39)
3:0 (Zlatan Muslimovic 56)
3:1 (Vahagn Minasian 85)
4:1 (Zlatan Muslimovic 89)

Estonia vs Turkey (0:0) - in Tallinn.

11th October, 2008:

Belgium vs Armenia (2:0) - in Brussels.
1:0 (Wesley Sonck 22)
2:0 (Marouane Fellaini 38)

Estonia vs Spain (0:3) - in Tallinn.
0:1 (Juanito 34)
0:2 (David Villa 38pen)
0:3 (Carles Puyol 69)

Turkey vs Bosnia-Herzegovina (2:1) - in Istanbul.
0:1 (Edin Dzeko 27)
1:1 (Sabri Sarioglu 51)
2:1 (Mevlut Erding 66)

10th September, 2008:

Bosnia-Herzegovina vs Estonia (7:0) - in Zenica.
1:0 (Zvjezdan Misimovic 25)
2:0 (Zvjezdan Misimovic 30pen)
3:0 (Zvjezdan Misimovic 50)
4:0 (Zlatan Muslimovic 52)
5:0 (Edin Dzeko 54)
6:0 (Edin Dzeko 72)
7:0 (Senijad Ibricic 88)

Spain vs Armenia (4:0) - in Albacete.
1:0 (Joan Capdevila 8)
2:0 (David Villa 17)
3:0 (David Villa 79)
4:0 (Marcos Senna 82)

Turkey vs Belgium (1:1) - in Istanbul.
0:1 (Wesley Sonck 31)
1:1 (Belozoglu Emre 75pen)

6th September, 2008:

Armenia vs Turkey (0:2) - in Yerevan.
0:1 (Tuncay Sanli 60)
0:2 (Semih Sentürk 78)

Belgium vs Estonia (3:2) in Liege.
1:0 (Wesley Sonck 40)
1:1 (Sergei Zeniov 57)
2:1 (Steven Defour 75)
3:1 (Wesley Sonck 80)
3:2 (Andres Oper 90)

Spain vs Bosnia-Herzegovina (1:0) - in Murcia.
1:0 (David Villa 57)

Stage Two

The nine group winners automatically qualified for the 2010 World Cup Finals, while the eight best second-placed teams entered four, home and away play-offs for the right to join them.

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