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Quick Report: Spain 1-0 Bosnia-Herzegovina

SoccerNews in General Soccer News 7 Sep 2008

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European Champions Spain earned their first three points on the road to the 2010 World Cup, beating Bosnia-Herzegovina 1-0 late on Saturday.

Traditionally the last match to start in the European qualifiers, the match in Murcia kicked off at 22:00 local time.

the first half went by without goals but the Spanish did secure the victory in the second. David Villa got past the opposing goalkeeper and scored from a very tough angle to make it 1-0.

Barcelona’s Bojan Krkic formed part of the selection of this match but didn’t make an appearance yet, meaning that in theory, he could still choose to play for the Serbian team in the future.

Spain and Bosnia were drawn into Group 5 with Turkey, Belgium, Estonia and Armenia.

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