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국 명
스페인
ESP
우크라이나
UKR
튀니지
TUN
사우디아라비아
KSA
승점
비  고
스페인
 
4 : 0
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확정
우크라이
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확정
튀니지
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사우디
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0 : 4
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독일에서
GROUP A 독일, 코스타리카, 폴란드, 에콰도르 
GROUP B 잉글랜드, 파라과이, 트리니다드토바고, 스웨덴 
  
GROUP C 아르헨티나, 코트디부아르, 세르비아, 네덜란드 
GROUP D 멕시코, 이란, 앙골라, 포르투갈 
 
 
GROUP E 이탈리아, 가나, 미국, 체코 
GROUP F 브라질, 크로아티아, 호주, 일본 
  
GROUP G 프랑스, 스위스, 한국, 토고 
GROUP H 스페인, 우크라이나, 튀니지, 사우디아라비아
 
스페인ㆍ우크라이나 16강 '동행' 

'무적함대' 스페인과 우크라이나가 2006  독일월드컵축구 16강에 합류했다. 

이미 조 1위로 2라운드 진출이 확정돼있던 스페인은 이날 사우디 아라비아를 1-0으로 꺾고 3전승으로 16강에 올랐고 동유럽의 새로운 강호 우크라이나도  튀니지를 역시 1-0으로 제압, 조 2위로 16강에 합류했다. 

월드컵에 사상 처음 출전한 우크라이나는 첫 번째 도전만에 16강  티켓을  손에 넣는 저력을 과시했고 1명이 퇴장당한 가운데서도 선전한 튀니지와 사우디는 탈락의 아픔을 맛봤다. 

◇ 우크라이나-튀니지 
 
우크라이나는 23일 밤(이하 한국시간) 베를린 올림피아슈타디온에서 조별리그 H조 최종전에서 안드리 셉첸코의 페널티킥 결승골로 튀니지를 1-0으로 제압, 승점  6으로 조 2위로 16강티켓을 손에 넣었다. 

네번째로 본선에 출전한 튀니지는 사상 첫 조별리그 통과를 노리며  우크라이나를 몰아붙였지만 최전방 공격수 지에드 자지리가 전반 종료 직전 경고누적으로 퇴장당하며 수적 열세에 놓이는 바람에 쓸쓸히 귀국길에 오르게 됐다. 

우크라이나는 `득점기계' 셉첸코를 최전방 스트라이커로 내세웠지만 경기  초반에는 공격수 자지리와 오른쪽 풀백 하템 트라벨시에게 오른쪽 측면 돌파를 자주  허용하며 공세에 시달렸다. 

우크라이나는 전반 중반부터 전력을 가다듬기 시작했다. 전반 22분에는 상대 왼쪽 페널티지역에서 아나톨리 티모슈크가 때린 슈팅이 골키퍼 정면이었고 2분 뒤에는 셉첸코가 왼쪽 미드필드에서 올라온 크로스를 문전으로 쇄도하며 발을 갖다  댔지만 빗맞았다. 

우크라이나는 전반 인저리 타임에 튀니지 공격수 자지리가 거친 태클을 하는 바람에 경고 누적으로 퇴장당한 뒤 수적 우세를 점했으나 상대가 수비에 치중하는  바람에 골문을 열지 못했다. 

하지만 우크라이나에는 셉첸코가 있었다. 

셉첸코는 후반 25분 상대 문전 오른쪽을 돌파하다 골키퍼까지 젖힌 뒤 수비수의 반칙을 유도, 페널티킥을 얻어냈고 이를 자신이 침착하게 차 넣어 승부를 갈랐다.  (연합뉴스) 
 
Ukraine 1 : 0 Tunisia 

BERLIN (AP) - Ukraine doesn't care how it got to the second round. Tunisia was furious at the way it was knocked out. 

Despite a lackluster performance, a disputed penalty shot by Andriy Shevchenko lifted Ukraine to a 1-0 victory over 10-man Tunisia on Friday, making the World Cup newcomers the first former-Soviet republic to reach the tournament's second round. 

Ukraine needed only a draw to advance, barring a blowout by Saudi Arabia over Spain in the other Group H match. Tunisia needed to win to reach the second round, but had its hopes dented when its only fit striker, Ziad Jaziri, was sent off in the last minute of a scoreless first half with his second yellow card. 

"The game was a bit difficult but I'm happy about the way we played because the result was so important," Shevchenko said. "We were only thinking about the result, not about the quality of play. 

"It's a hugely important achievement for Ukrainian football that we have got into the next round." 

The Tunisians were unsatisfied with the result, and even less happy about the quality of refereeing. 

Shevchenko scored his second goal of the tournament, rifling home a penalty kick in the 70th minute after referee Carlos Amarilla of Paraguay ruled the striker had been brought down by Tunisian defender Karim Hagui. Video replays suggest the newly signed Chelsea striker tripped over his own feet. 

"Just like when a team does not play well it has to go home, I hope the referee goes home, too," said Tunisian midfielder Mehdi Nafti, who was crying as he left the field. "I've never in my life spoken badly about a referee, but we just saw the (television) images in the locker room and it was a disgrace." 

Nafti said Ukraine "played with 12 men" instead of 11, referring to the extra help they got from the referee. 

Ukraine kept control, especially in the second half, but was not as convincing as in its 4-0 victory over Saudi Arabia on Monday. 

Ukrainian midfielder Anatoly Tymoschuk said his team struggled with the heat and that coach Oleh Blokhin urged his players to close down the Tunisians quicker. 

"It was a good thing we scored when we did," Tymoschuk said. "We didn't concentrate properly and should have scored more." 

Tunisia's best scoring chance came in the 19th minute, when Hamed Namouchi curled a shot in but Ukraine goalkeeper Olexandr Shovkovskiy caught it comfortably under his crossbar. 

Jaziri received his second yellow card for a late but unspectacular sliding tackle on Tymoschuk in injury time. Blokhin and several Ukraine players clapped when referee Carlos Amarilla pulled out the card. As the match went into halftime, Tunisian officials went onto the field to usher their furious players away from Amarilla and his assistants. 

Ukraine joins Ghana as the only two of six newcomers in Germany to reach the second round. The Ukrainians will play their second-round match on Monday in Cologne against the Group G winner, which will be decided later Friday. 

Ukraine, which bounced back with two wins after losing its opener 4-0 to Spain, also became just the third team since the tournament expanded to 32 teams in 1998 to make it to the second round after losing its first game. Ghana also did it this year, and Turkey went all the way to the semifinals after losing its opener in 2002. 

Ukraine, which gained its independence in 1991, was the second former-Soviet republic to qualify for the tournament. Russia was knocked out in the group stage in 1994 and 2002. 

Ukraine had already proved it was a threat to challenge for the title when it became the first European team to qualify for Germany, losing only once in the preliminaries. 

Ukraine is home to 1999 Champions League semifinalist Dynamo Kiev, but the country has been slow to make its mark internationally. Many of the key players in the Soviet national team hailed from Ukraine, but with the 1991 breakup of the Soviet Union, they chose to play for Russia. 

Since its independence, Ukraine had its hopes of entering the World Cup dashed twice at the last stage. 

"Now I am satisfied and now you can expect more ... maybe," Blokhin said. "It's a game where everything can happen." 

Elimination is nothing new for Tunisia, which has never reached the second round in four appearances and has not won a game since beating Mexico in its debut in 1978. 

The Northern African nation gave up early leads and faded late in the game against Saudi Arabia and Spain. They drew 2-2 with the Saudis and lost 3-1 to Spain. 

"The question is if we have progressed or regressed," coach Roger Lemerre said. "But even more importantly is what we need to do to get past the group stage." 
 
 

 
스페인-사우디아라비아 
 
'무적 함대' 스페인이 A매치 25경기 연속 무패 행진을 이어갔다. 

스페인은 우크라이나-투니지전이 펼쳐진 같은 시간 카이저슬라우테른 월드컵구장에서 전반 36분에 터진 후아니토의 헤딩슛을 결승골 삼아 사우디에 1-0으로  이겼다. 

다비드 비야, 페르난도 토레스 등 주전들을 대거 빼고도 사우디를 압도했다. 

사우디는 전반에 사미 알자베르의 약한 슛 1개만 기록했을 뿐 좀처럼 공격 진영으로 공을 넘기지 못했다. 

스페인은 무려 19개의 슛을 날렸고 이 가운데 유효슈팅이 13개나 됐고 반면  사우디는 후반 들어 간간이 위협적인 순간을 만들어냈지만 전반적으로 무기력했다. 

전반 5분 지난 2002 한일 월드컵 한국과 8강전에서 승부차기를 실축했던 호아킨의 정면 오른발 강슛으로 포문을 연 스페인의 공세는 매서웠다. 

이후 전반 17분에는 호세 안토니오 레예스가 오른쪽에서 날아온 패스를  이어받아 상대 수비를 한 명 제치고 골키퍼와 1대1로 맞서는 찬스를 맞았으나 골키퍼 선방으로 기회를 날렸다. 

전반 28분에는 다비드 알벨다가 페널티 지역 정면에서 때린 오른발  슛이  역시 골키퍼 마브루크 자이드의 펀칭에 막혔다. 

골이 터진 것은 전반 36분이었다. 

레예스가 페널티 지역에서 왼쪽 대각선으로 떨어진 지점에서 프리킥을 문전으로 올려준 것을 후아니토가 달려들면서 그대로 헤딩슛으로 연결, 결승골을 뽑았다. 

경기 내용으로 봤을 때는 스페인이 3-4골은 뽑았어야 했을만큼  일방적인  경기 흐름이었으나 골 결정력이 부족했던 스페인은 점수차를 더 이상 벌리지 못했다. 

스페인은 후반들어 비야, 토레스를 투입하며 추가골을 노렸으나 오히려  사우디아라비아에 몇 차례 위기를 내줬다. 

후반 32분에는 사우디아라비아의 나와프 알테미아트가 페널티지역 안에서  알벨다에게 밀려 넘어졌으나 심판은 오히려 할리우드 액션으로 간주, 알테미아트에게 경고를 줬다. 

후반 44분에는 측면 돌파에 성공한 모하메드 누르가 정면에서 기다리고 있던 사드 알하르티에게 좋은 패스를 넣어줬으나 알하르티의 슛이 어이없이 뜨면서  동점의 기회를 날렸다. 

3승으로 조 1위로 16강에 오른 스페인은 28일 새벽 4시에 G조  2위와  16강전을 치른다. 

반면 사우디는 1998년 프랑스 월드컵부터 3개 대회 연속 조별리그 탈락의  아쉬움을 남겼다.  (연합뉴스) 
 
Saudi Arabia 0 : 1 Spain 

KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany (AP) - You know a coach is aiming high when he scolds a winning team. 

Spain's Luis Aragones was far from satisfied with his team's 1-0 win over Saudi Arabia, even though it was accomplished with nearly all substitutes. 

"In every match there are positives and negatives, and the second half was definitely a negative for us. We fell apart," Aragones said. 

Center back Juanito Gutierrez headed in the winner in the 36th minute as Spain clinched first place in Group H on Friday. 

The result extended Spain's unbeaten streak under Aragones to 25 matches, while Saudi Arabia exited its fourth consecutive World Cup with only one point from its opening draw with Tunisia. 

Yet Aragones expected more from his fringe players, who were given a chance to shine as the regulars rested. He fielded a brand new lineup, with seven players that had never played a World Cup match. 

"In the first half we were good, we created many chances," Aragones said. "The Saudis played an excellent match in the second half - much better than we were. 

"They deserved to score a goal. We could have, in fact, lost." 

Striker Joaquin Sanchez, Jose Antonio Reyes and Juanito had good games, but it's doubtful whether any of the other players impressed Aragones enough to be considered for a spot in the starting lineup in the knockout stage. 

Spain scored when Reyes sent a curling free kick from the left flank and Juanito, outsmarting the defense, connected with a perfectly timed header that stunned goalkeeper Mabrouk Zayed. It was Juanito's second goal for Spain. 

"It was my debut and the best way to celebrate it is to score, and even better if it helps the team win," Juanito said. "I don't know what happened to us in the second half. We kept losing possession in the midfield and close to our goal and we lost control of the match." 

Zayed stopped the Spaniards from taking a bigger lead just before halftime, saving a barrage of shots from Reyes, David Albelda and Joaquin. 

Spain's all-time leading scorer Raul Gonzalez had a fairly uneventful first half and was replaced by David Villa after the break. 

The "Red Fury" nearly got a second goal when Villa, inside the penalty box, dropped the ball back to fullback Antonio Lopez, who angled a dangerous shot to the far post. Zayed tipped the ball to corner. 

But Saudi Arabia came out with more ambition in the second half and broke Spain's dominance. 

Spanish keeper Santiago Canizares, filling in for Iker Casillas, was tested for the first time 12 minutes into the second half when he saved Hussein Abdul-Ghani's outside shot. 

Saad al-Harthi had Saudi Arabia's best chance to equalize when he was set up in the penalty box in the 89th by Mohammed Noor, but his shot sailed over the crossbar. 

"We had no luck in getting a draw, but my players fought for the entire match," Saudi Arabia's Brazilan coach Marcos Paqueta said. 

"Spain played with the reserve side, but they're all experienced players. We made one mistake and they scored and from then on we had to chase the game." 

Spain's top scorer in the tournament, Fernando Torres, came on with 25 minutes to go, and managed a few dangerous runs, but couldn't get the ball past Zayed. 

The win capped a strong group stage for the Spaniards, and buoyed the World Cup hopes of a nation that historically has not produced in international soccer. Despite being a powerhouse at the club level, Spain has not gotten past a World Cup quarterfinal since finishing fourth in 1950. 

Spain routed Ukraine 4-0 in the opener, but appeared headed for an unpleasant surprise after conceding an early goal against Tunisia. Two second-half goals by Torres and one by Raul put the Spaniards back on track. 

The Saudis looked strong in their 2-2 opener against Tunisia, but collapsed in a 4-0 loss to Ukraine. 

"The team has benefited from this experience, and from being here, but they need more," Paqueta said. 

Soccer was banned until 1951 in the oil-rich desert nation, which has failed to advance from the group stage since being knocked out in the second round in its first World Cup in 1994.