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ALBION SUCCESS ON INTERNATIONAL DUTY

15 October 2014


The result leaves the Scots in fourth place on goal difference but level on points with world champions Germany, after Joachim Low’s men were held 1-1 by the Republic of Ireland.

After falling behind on 11 minutes the Tartan Army looked set to claim a brilliant 2-1 win as Shaun Maloney and Steven Naismith had turned the game around to put Strachan’s men ahead, but Arkadiusz Milik rescued the hosts with a thunderous strike on 76 minutes.

Club captain Gordon Greer played the full 90 minutes for Scotland in Warsaw as Gordon Strachan’s side battled to a 2-2 draw with Poland.

There were successes all round for Brighton & Hove Albion players on international duty last night.

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After winning the home leg 2-1 last week, Liam Moore gave England the perfect start with a ninth-minute strike, and despite Marko Livaja levelling matters, Gareth Southgate’s side made qualification a certainty in the 73rd minute through Will Hughes to give England a 4-2 aggregate win.

And finally, Jake Forster-Caskey will have one eye on the summer as the Albion midfielder played the full 180 minutes of England under-21s’ two-legged play-off victory over Croatia to secure the Three Lions a place in the 2015 Under-21 European Championship in the Czech Republic next year.

Elsewhere Albion defender Aaron Hughes featured as Northern Ireland produced a magnificent display to defeat Euro 2004 winners Greece 2-0. The Greeks have been a regular in FIFA’s top 20 over the last decade, only dropping lower then twentieth for four months, but Michael O’Neil’s side produced a terrific performance to make it three wins from three to lead group F. Seagulls midfielder Paddy McCourt was an unused substitute in Piraeus.

UPCOMING HOME FIXTURES

ALBION V MIDDLESBROUGH

SATURDAY 18TH OCTOber, KICK-OFF 3PM


ALBION V ROTHERHAM

SATURDAY 25th OCTOBER, KICK-OFF 3PM



Albion v WIGAN

tuESDAY 4TH NOVEMber, kick-off 7:45pm




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