Tuesday, February 26, 2019

Individual International Appearances, Part Eight- Gary Winston Lineker (Part 4)


Official International Appearance No. 61 / 37 Goals

Date: November 14, 1990
Competition: UEFA European Championship Qualifier-Group 7
Venue: Dublin-Lansdowne Road
Referee: Pietro D'Elia (Italy)
Attendance: 46,000
Republic of Ireland 1-England 1 (Tony Cascarino 77 / David Platt 67)
Notes:
1-Fourth match vs. Republic of Ireland.
2-Gary Lineker was forced to play as lone striker as his strike partner Beardsley played a much deeper role.
3-For more detail, see:


Photo From: Soccer International, Volume 2, Issue 2, February 1991
(Team Captains, Gary Lineker and Mick Mc Carthy, November 14, 1990, EC Qualifier, Republic of Ireland 1-England 1)


Photo From: Official Match Programme, England v. Cameroon, 1991
(November 14, 1990, EC Qualifier, Republic of Ireland 1-England 1)



Official International Appearance No. 62 / 39 Goals

Date: February 6, 1991
Competition: Friendly
Venue: London – Wembley
Referee: John Blankenstein (Holland)
Attendance: 61,075
England 2-Cameroon 0 (Gary Lineker 27 pen, 61)
Notes:
1-Second and last match vs. Cameroon.
2-Last match vs. an African Nation.
3-Lineker scored 4 goals in total vs. Cameroon (three penalties).
4-Lineker scored his fourth and final penalty kick goal for England.
5-Gary Lineker scored his 38th and 39th goals for England.
6-Lineker did not start as Captain for the first time in the Taylor era, as Bryan Robson was back. Lineker assumed captaincy in the 71st minute when Robson was substituted.


Photo From: World Soccer, March 1991
(Gary Lineker scoring England’s second goal, February 6, 1991, England 2-Cameroon 0)




Official International Appearance No. 63 / 39 Goals

Date: March 27, 1991
Competition: UEFA European Championship Qualifier-Group 7
Venue: London – Wembley
Referee: Kurt Roghlisberger (Switzerland)
Attendance: 77,753
England 1-Republic of Ireland 1 (Lee Dixon 9 / Niall Quinn 27)
Notes:
1-Fifth and last match vs. Republic of Ireland.
2-Back starting as Captain.
3-Gary Lineker was replaced by Ian Wright in the 76th minute.



Official International Appearance No. 64 / 39 Goals

Date: May 1, 1991
Competition: UEFA European Championship Qualifier-Group 7
Venue: İzmır -Kemal Atatürk Stadyumu
Referee: Wolf Gunter Wiesel (Germany)
Attendance: 20,000
Turkey 0-England 1 (Dennis Wise 32)
Notes:
1-Fourth match vs. Turkey.


Photo From: Football in Europe, 1990-91, David Clayton and Jan Buitenga
(May 1, 1991, EC Qualifier, Turkey 0-England 1)



Photo From: Soccer International, Volume 3, Issue 7, July 1992
(May 1, 1991, EC Qualifier, Turkey 0-England 1)



Official International Appearance No. 65 / 40 Goals

Date: May 25, 1991
Competition: England Challenge Cup (Friendly)
Venue: London - Wembley
Referee: Zoran Petrovic (Yugoslavia)
Attendance: 44,497
England 2-Argentina 2 (Gary Lineker 15, David Platt 50 / Claudio Garcia 65, Dario Franco 70)
Notes:
1-Second and last match vs. Argentina as well as Second goal.
2-Gary Lineker scored his 40th goal for England.
3-For more detail, see:


Photo From: Foot Magazine, Issue 123, January 1992
(Gary Lineker after scoring, May 25, 1991, England Challenge Cup, England 2-Argentina 2)






Official International Appearance No. 66 / 40 Goals

Date: June 1, 1991
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Sydney-Football Stadium
Referee: Barry Tasker (New Zealand)
Attendance: 35,742
Australia 0-England 1 (Gray (Own Goal) 40)
Notes:
1-First and only match vs. Australia.
2-First ever match vs. an Oceania Nation.
3-Second Tour with England since 1985.
4-Gary Lineker was replaced by Dennis Wise in the 81st minute.


Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 30, July 1991
(Team captains Gary Lineker and Paul Wade, June 1, 1991, Australia 0-England 1)



Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 37, February 1992
(Standing second from right, England squad, June 1, 1991, Australia 0-England 1)


Official International Appearance No. 67 / 41 Goals

Date: June 3, 1991
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Auckland -Mount Smart Stadium
Referee: Dennis Voutsinas (Australia)
Attendance: 17,500
New Zealand 0-England 1 (Gary Lineker 90)
Notes:
1-First and only match vs. New Zealand.
2-Second and last match vs. an Oceania Nation.
3-Gary Lineker scored his 41st goal for England. First goal vs. an Oceanian Nation

Photo From: England, The Complete Post-War Record, Author Mike Payne
(June 3, 1991, New Zealand 0-England 1)



Official International Appearance No. 68 / 45 Goals

Date: June 12, 1991
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Kuala Lumpur -Merdeka Stadium
Referee: Letchumanasamy (Malaysia)
Attendance: 45,000
Malaysia 2-England 4 (Matlan Marjan 52, 76 / Gary Lineker 1, 23, 30, 70)
Notes:
1-First and only match vs. Malaysia.
2-Second and final match vs. an Asian Nation (since 1988 vs. Saudi Arabia).
3-Gary Lineker scored his 42nd, 43rd, 44th and 45th goals for England. First goals vs. an Asian Nation.
4-Lineker scored his second quadruple for England (since 1987 vs. Spain)
5-Lineker has now bypassed Jimmy Greaves’ 44 goals for England and is behind Bobby Charlton’s 49 record goals for England.

Photo From: World Soccer, July 1991
(Gary Lineker, June 12, 1991, Malaysia 2-England 4)



Official International Appearance No. 69 / 45 Goals

Date: September 11, 1991
Competition: Friendly
Venue: London - Wembley
Referee: Aleksei Spirin (USSR)
Attendance: 59,500
England 0-Germany 1 (Karl-Heinz Riedle 45)
Notes:
1-Fourth and last match vs. (West) Germany. First time vs. a Unified Germany.
3-For more detail, see:

Photo From: World Soccer, October 1991
(September 11, 1991, England 0-Germany 1)


Official International Appearance No. 70 / 45 Goals

Date: October 16, 1991
Competition: UEFA European Championship Qualifier-Group 7
Venue: London - Wembley
Referee: Antonio Martin Navarette (Spain)
Attendance: 50,896
England 1-Turkey 0 (Alan Smith 21)
Notes:
1-Fifth and last match vs. Turkey.

Official International Appearance No. 71 / 46 Goals

Date: November 13, 1991
Competition: UEFA European Championship Qualifier-Group 7
Venue: Poznań, Stadion Miejski (Lecha Stadion)
Referee: Hubert Forstinger (Austria)
Attendance: 22,000
Poland 1-England 1 (Roman Szewczyk 32 / Gary Lineker 77)
Notes:
1-Fifth match and sixth goal vs. Poland. Last match vs. Poland.
2-Gary Lineker scored his 46th goal for England.
3-Second UEFA European Championships Finals qualfication.
4-Fourth straight Official Tournament qualification.
5- Ten days after this match, Gary Lineker announced that he would retire from the national team at the conclusion of Euro 92.


Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 37, February 1992
(Gary Lineker scoring the equalizer, November 13, 1991, EC Qualifier, Poland 1-England 1)



Photo From: Match, May 30, 1992
(Gary Lineker scoring the equalizer, November 13, 1991, EC Qualifier, Poland 1-England 1)


Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 37, February 1992
(November 13, 1991, EC Qualifier, Poland 1-England 1)



Official International Appearance No. 72 / 47 Goals

Date: February 19, 1992
Competition: Friendly
Venue: London - Wembley
Referee: Aron Schmidhuber (Germany)
Attendance: 58,723
England 2-France 0 (Alan Shearer 43, Gary Lineker 73)
Notes:
1-First match and goal vs. France.
2-First match he did not start under Taylor and came on as a substitute. The first time he had come on as a substitute since 1985.
3-Lineker replaced David Hirst in the 46th minute and reclaimed the captaincy.
4- Gary Lineker scored his 47th goal for England.
5-Gary Lineker had already announced his retirement from the English National team at the end of the season after the Euros.
This was a reason cited by Taylor to not to start him. Taylor wanted to try out new strikers.
The English Press were mostly critical of his exclusion from the starting lineup.
6-For more detail, see:



Photo From: France Football, February 25, 1992, Issue 2394
(Diagrams of Lineker’s goal, February 19, 1992, England 2-France 0)



Photo From: England, The Complete Post-War Record, Author Mike Payne
(with debutant and fellow goalscorer Alan Shearer, February 19, 1992, England 2-France 0)



Photo From: Match, May 30, 1992
(Lineker’s goal, February 19, 1992, England 2-France 0)


Photo From: World Soccer, August 1992
(Lineker’s goal, February 19, 1992, England 2-France 0)



Official International Appearance No. 73 / 47 Goals

Date: March 25, 1992
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Prague, Stadion Evžena Rošického (Strahov)     
Referee: Gerhard Kapl (Austria)
Attendance: 6,000
Czechoslovakia 2-England 2 (Tomas Skuhravy 21, Vaclav Nemecek 58 / Paul Merson 28, Martin Keown 66)
Notes:
1-Second and last match vs. Czechoslovakia.
2-Second match in a row that he came on a substitute.
3- Lineker replaced Gary Mabbutt in the 72nd minute.

Official International Appearance No. 74 / 48 Goals

Date: April 29, 1992
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Moskva (Moscow)-Tsentral'nyj Stadion imeni Vladimira Il'yicha Lenina (The Central V.I.Lenin's Stadium
Referee: Piotr Werner (Poland)
Attendance: 25,000
CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States) 2-England 2 (Kakhaber Tshadadze 43, Sergey Kiriakov 53 / Gary Lineker 14, Trevor Steven 72)
Notes:
1-Third and last match vs. USSR (and now CIS).
2- Gary Lineker scored his 48th and final goal for England.


Photo From:  World Soccer, June 1992
(April 29, 1992, Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) 2-England 2)



Photo From:  England, The Complete Post-War Record, Author Mike Payne 
(April 29, 1992, Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) 2-England 2)


Photo From:  World Soccer, June 1992
(Standing third from the right, England squad, April 29, 1992, Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) 2-England 2, Top, left to right : Alan Shearer, Chris Woods, Carlton Palmer, Gary Lineker, Martin Keown, Gary Michel Stevens, Bottom, left to right : David Platt, Anthony Daley, Des Walker, Trevor Steven, Andy Sinton)





Official International Appearance No. 75 / 48 Goals

Date: May 12, 1992
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Nepstadion Budapest
Referee: Heinz Holzmann (Austria)
Attendance: 53,428
Hungary 0-England 1 (Neil Webb (or Telek (own goal) 55)
Notes:
1-Third and last match vs. Hungary.

Official International Appearance No. 76 / 48 Goals

Date: May 17, 1992
Competition: Friendly
Venue: London - Wembley
Referee: James McCluskey (Scotland)
Attendance: 53,428
England 1-Brazil 1 (David Platt 50 / Bebeto 20)
Notes:
1-Third and last match vs. Brazil. Last match vs. a South American as well as a non-European Nation.
2-Lineker missed a penalty kick in the 10th minute.
3-Last match at Wembley.


Photo From: Match, May 30, 1992
(May 17, 1992, England 1-Brazil 1)



Photo From: Match, May 30, 1992
(May 17, 1992, England 1-Brazil 1)


Photo From: World Soccer, August 1992
(Gary Lineker missing a penalty kick, May 17, 1992, England 1-Brazil 1)



Official International Appearance No. 77 / 48 Goals

Date: June 3, 1992
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Helsinki-Olympiastadion
Referee: Bo Karlsson (Sweden)
Attendance: 1,601
Finland 1-England 2 (Ari Hjelm 27 pen / David Platt 45, 62)
Notes:
1-First and only match vs. Finland.
2-Last Friendly match.


Photo From: France Football, June 9, 1992, Issue 2409
(June 3, 1992, Finland 1-England 2)


Official International Appearance No. 78 / 48 Goals

Date: June 11, 1992
Competition: UEFA European Championships 1992- Group A
Venue: Malmö -Malmö Stadion, Sweden
Referee: John Blankenstein (Holland)
Attendance: 26,385
England 0-Denmark 0 (-)
Notes:
1-Third and final match vs. Denmark.
2-Second UEFA European Championships and last Official Tournament.


Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 42, July 1992
(June 11, 1992, UEFA European Championships, England 0-Denmark 0)



Official International Appearance No. 79 / 48 Goals

Date: June 14, 1992
Competition: UEFA European Championships 1992- Group A
Venue: Malmö -Malmö Stadion, Sweden
Referee: Sandor Puhl (Hungary)
Attendance: 30,126
England 0-France 0 (-)
Notes:
1-Second and final match vs. France.


Photo From: France Football, Issue 2412, June 30, 1992
(June 14, 1992, UEFA European Championships, England 0-France 0)


Photo From: France Football, Issue 2412, June 30, 1992
(June 14, 1992, UEFA European Championships, England 0-France 0)


Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 42, July 1992
(June 14, 1992, UEFA European Championships, England 0-France 0)



Official International Appearance No. 80 / 48 Goals

Date: June 17, 1992
Competition: UEFA European Championships 1992- Group A
Venue: Stockholm - Råsunda -Solna Stadion, Sweden
Referee: Jose Rosa dos Santos(Portugal)
Attendance: 30,126
Sweden 2-England 1 (Jan Eriksson 51, Tomas Brolin 82 / David Platt 4)
Notes:
1-Third and final match vs. Sweden.
2-Final and 80th match (39 wins, 29 draws and 12 losses) for England and 48 goals.
3-Last match as a Tottenham Hotspur FC player (38 matches, 19 goals (4 penalties)) (18 wins, 16 draws, 4 losses)
4-Last match in an Official Tournament.
5-Last match as Captain.
6- Gary Lineker was replaced by Alan Smith in the 62nd minute.
7-Gary Lineker joined Japanese side Nagoya Grampus Eight in the new J-League and retired in 1994.
8-Last match with Graham Taylor as Manager. (22 matches, 11 wins, 9 draws, 2 losses) (23 goals, 2 penalties)
9-His goals tally: 26 were in friendlies/minor tournaments, 7 Euro qualifiers, 5 World Cup qualifiers, 10 in World Cup finals. Four of his goals were penalty kicks. He also scored once in a penalty kick shoot-out.
10-Lineker’s most freuwnt opponents were Republic of Ireland, Turkey and Poland. He faced each opponent five times.
11-He captained England in his last 22 matches. In 1991 match vs. Cameroon he did not start as Captain but assumed once Robson had been substituted. In 1992,vs. France and Czechsolovakia, he did not start but came on the field as captain.



Photo From: France Football, Issue 2412, June 30, 1992
(June 17, 1992, UEFA European Championships, Sweden 2-England 1)


Photo From: France Football, Issue 2411, June 24, 1992
(Gary Lineker throwing his armband in anger after being substituted, June 17, 1992, UEFA European Championships, Sweden 2-England 1)


Photo From: France Football, Issue 2412, June 30, 1992
(Lineker with Thomas Ravelli, June 17, 1992, UEFA European Championships, Sweden 2-England 1)







Gary Lineker's Matches per Nation

















Cap Number
Goals
Goals up to date
Date
Venue (Home/Away/Neutral)
Competition
Opponent
Win/Draw/Loss
Score
Manager
Club
1
0
0
May 26, 1984
(A) Glasgow, Hampden Park
British Home Championship (Friendly)
Scotland
D
(1-1)
Bobby Robson
Leicester City FC
2
1
1
March 26, 1985
(H) London-Wembley
Friendly
Republic of Ireland
W
(2-1)
Bobby Robson
Leicester City FC
3
0
1
May 1, 1985
(A) Bucharest-August 23
WC Qualifier
Romania
D
(0-0)
Bobby Robson
Leicester City FC
4
0
1
May 25, 1985
(A) Glasgow, Hampden Park
Rous Cup (Friendly)
Scotland
L
(0-1)
Bobby Robson
Leicester City FC
5
0
1
June 6, 1985
(N) Mexico City, Azteca, Mexico
Ciudad de Mexico Cup (Friendly)
Italy
L
(1-2)
Bobby Robson
Leicester City FC
6
0
1
June 12, 1985
(N) Mexico City, Azteca, Mexico
Azteca 2000 (Friendly)
West Germany
W
(3-0)
Bobby Robson
Leicester City FC
7
2
3
June 16, 1985
(A) Los Angeles-Memorial Coliseum
Friendly
USA
W
(5-0)
Bobby Robson
Leicester City FC
8
0
3
September 11, 1985
(H) London-Wembley
WC Qualifier
Romania
D
(1-1)
Bobby Robson
Everton FC
9
3
6
October 16, 1985
(H) London-Wembley
WC Qualifier
Turkey
W
(5-0)
Bobby Robson
Everton FC
10
0
6
November 13, 1985
(H) London-Wembley
WC Qualifier
Northern Ireland
D
(0-0)
Bobby Robson
Everton FC
11
0
6
January 29, 1986
(A) Cairo-Nasser
Friendly
Egypt
W
(4-0)
Bobby Robson
Everton FC
12
0
6
March 26, 1986
(A) Tblissi-Dinamo
Friendly
USSR
W
(1-0)
Bobby Robson
Everton FC
13
0
6
May 24, 1986
(A) Burnaby-Swanguard
Friendly
Canada
W
(1-0)
Bobby Robson
Everton FC
14
0
6
June 3, 1986
(N) Monterrey-Tecnológico, Mexico
World Cup
Porttugal
L
(0-1)
Bobby Robson
Everton FC
15
0
6
June 6, 1986
(N) Monterrey-Tecnológico, Mexico
World Cup
Morocco
D
(0-0)
Bobby Robson
Everton FC
16
3
9
June 11, 1986
(N) Monterrey-Tecnológico, Mexico
World Cup
Poland
W
(3-0)
Bobby Robson
Everton FC
17
2
11
June 18, 1986
(N) Mexico City, Azteca, Mexico
World Cup-Second Round
Paraguay
W
(3-0)
Bobby Robson
Everton FC
18
1
12
June 22, 1986
(N) Mexico City, Azteca, Mexico
World Cup-Quarterfinals
Argentina
L
(1-2)
Bobby Robson
Everton FC
19
2
14
October 15, 1986
(H) London-Wembley
EC Qualifier
Northern Ireland
W
(3-0)
Bobby Robson
Barcelona
20
0
14
November 12, 1986
(H) London-Wembley
EC Qualifier
Yugoslavia
W
(2-0)
Bobby Robson
Barcelona
21
4
18
February 18, 1987
(A) Madrid-Santiago Bernabeu
Friendly
Spain
W
(4-2)
Bobby Robson
Barcelona
22
0
18
April 1, 1987
(A) Belfast-Windsor
EC Qualifier
Northern Ireland
W
(2-0)
Bobby Robson
Barcelona
23
0
18
April 29, 1987
(A) İzmır -Kemal Atatürk
EC Qualifier
Turkey
D
(0-0)
Bobby Robson
Barcelona
24
1
19
May 19, 1987
(H) London-Wembley
Rous Cup (Friendly)
Brazil
D
(1-1)
Bobby Robson
Barcelona
25
1
20
September 9, 1987
(A) Düsseldorf – Rheinstadion
Friendly
West Germany
L
(1-3)
Bobby Robson
Barcelona
26
3
23
October 14, 1987
(H) London-Wembley
EC Qualifier
Turkey
W
(8-0)
Bobby Robson
Barcelona
27
0
23
November 11, 1987
(A) Belgrade, Stadion Crvene Zvezde
EC Qualifier
Yugoslavia
W
(4-1)
Bobby Robson
Barcelona
28
1
24
March 23, 1988
(H) London-Wembley
Friendly
Holland
D
(2-2)
Bobby Robson
Barcelona
29
0
24
April 27, 1988
(A) Budapest-Nepstadion
Friendly
Hungary
D
(0-0)
Bobby Robson
Barcelona
30
0
24
May 21, 1988
(H) London-Wembley
Rous Cup (Friendly)
Scotland
W
(1-0)
Bobby Robson
Barcelona
31
1
25
May 24, 1988
(H) London-Wembley
Rous Cup (Friendly)
Colombia
D
(1-1)
Bobby Robson
Barcelona
32
1
26
May 28, 1988
(A) Lausanne – Stade Olympique de la Pontaise
Friendly
Switzerland
W
(1-0)
Bobby Robson
Barcelona
33
0
26
June 12, 1988
(N) Stuttgart –Neckarstadion, West Germany
UEFA European Championships
Republic of Ireland
L
(0-1)
Bobby Robson
Barcelona
34
0
26
June 15, 1988
(N) Dusseldorf - Rheinstadion, West Germany
UEFA European Championships
Holland
L
(1-3)
Bobby Robson
Barcelona
35
0
26
June 18, 1988
(N) Frankfurt -Waldstadion, West Germany
UEFA European Championships
USSR
L
(1-3)
Bobby Robson
Barcelona
36
0
26
October 19, 1988
(H) London-Wembley
WC Qualifier
Sweden
D
(0-0)
Bobby Robson
Barcelona
37
0
26
November 16, 1988
(A) Riyadh-King Fahd Stadium
Friendly
Saudi Arabia
D
(1-1)
Bobby Robson
Barcelona
38
0
26
February 8, 1989
(A) Athens- 'Spyros Louis'
Friendly
Greece
W
(2-1)
Bobby Robson
Barcelona
39
0
26
Match 8, 1989
(A) Tirana-Qemal Stafa
WC Qualifier
Albania
W
(2-0)
Bobby Robson
Barcelona
40
1
27
April 26, 1989
(H) London-Wembley
WC Qualifier
Albania
W
(5-0)
Bobby Robson
Barcelona
41
1
28
June 3, 1989
(H) London-Wembley
WC Qualifier
Poland
W
(3-0)
Bobby Robson
Barcelona
42
1
29
June 7, 1989
(A) Copenhagen-Idraetsparken
Friendly
Denmark
D
(1-1)
Bobby Robson
Barcelona
43
0
29
September 6, 1989
(A) Stockholm-Råsunda
WC Qualifier
Sweden
D
(0-0)
Bobby Robson
Tottenham Hotspur FC
44
0
29
October 11, 1989
(A) Chorzów- Stadion Śląski
WC Qualifier
Poland
D
(0-0)
Bobby Robson
Tottenham Hotspur FC
45
0
29
November 15, 1989
(H) London-Wembley
Friendly
Italy
D
(0-0)
Bobby Robson
Tottenham Hotspur FC
46
0
29
December 13, 1989
(H) London-Wembley
Friendly
Yugoslavia
W
(2-1)
Bobby Robson
Tottenham Hotspur FC
47
1
30
Macrh 28, 1990
(H) London-Wembley
Friendly
Brazil
W
(1-0)
Bobby Robson
Tottenham Hotspur FC
48
0
30
April 25, 1990
(H) London-Wembley
Friendly
Cze-choslovakia
W
(4-2)
Bobby Robson
Tottenham Hotspur FC
49
1
31
May 15, 1990
(H) London-Wembley
Friendly
Denmark
W
(1-0)
Bobby Robson
Tottenham Hotspur FC
50
0
31
May 22, 1990
(H) London-Wembley
Friendly
Uruguay
L
(1-2)
Bobby Robson
Tottenham Hotspur FC
51
0
31
June 2, 1990
(A) Tunis -El Menzah
Friendly
Tunisia
D
(1-1)
Bobby Robson
Tottenham Hotspur FC
52
1
32
June 11, 1990
(N) Cagliari – Stadio Sant'Elia, Italy
World Cup
Republic of Ireland
D
(1-1)
Bobby Robson
Tottenham Hotspur FC
53
0
32
June 16, 1990
(N) Cagliari – Stadio Sant'Elia, Italy
World Cup
Holland
D
(0-0)
Bobby Robson
Tottenham Hotspur FC
54
0
32
June 21, 1990
(N) Cagliari – Stadio Sant'Elia, Italy
World Cup
Egypt
W
(1-0)
Bobby Robson
Tottenham Hotspur FC
55
0
32
June 26, 1990
(N) Bologna – Stadio Renato Dall'Ara, Italy
World Cup-Second Round
Belgium
W
(1-0)
Bobby Robson
Tottenham Hotspur FC
56
2
34
July 1, 1990
(N) Napoli – Stadio San Paolo, Italy
World Cup-Quarterfinals
Cameroon
W
(3-2)
Bobby Robson
Tottenham Hotspur FC
57
1
35
July 4, 1990
(N) Torino - Stadio delle Alpi, Italy
World Cup-Semifinals
West Germany
D (L loss in pk)
(1-1)
Bobby Robson
Tottenham Hotspur FC
58
0
35
July 7, 1990
(A) Bari- Stadio San Nicola, Italy
World Cup-Third Place
Italy
L
(1-2)
Bobby Robson
Tottenham Hotspur FC
59
1
36
September 12, 1990
(H) London-Wembley
Friendly
Hungary
W
(1-0)
Graham Taylor
Tottenham Hotspur FC
60
1
37
October 17, 1990
(H) London-Wembley
EC Qualifier
Poland
W
(2-0)
Graham Taylor
Tottenham Hotspur FC
61
0
37
November 14, 1990
(A) Dublin-Lansdowne Road
EC Qualifier
Republic of Ireland
D
(1-1)
Graham Taylor
Tottenham Hotspur FC
62
2
39
February 6, 1991
(H) London-Wembley
Friendly
Cameroon
W
(2-0)
Graham Taylor
Tottenham Hotspur FC
63
0
39
March 27, 1991
(H) London-Wembley
EC Qualifier
Republic of Ireland
D
(1-1)
Graham Taylor
Tottenham Hotspur FC
64
0
39
May 1, 1991
(A) İzmır -Kemal Atatürk
EC Qualifier
Turkey
W
(1-0)
Graham Taylor
Tottenham Hotspur FC
65
1
40
May 25, 1991
(H) London-Wembley
England Challenge Cup (Friendly)
Argentina
D
(2-2)
Graham Taylor
Tottenham Hotspur FC
66
0
40
June 1, 1991
(A) Sydney-Football Stadium
Friendly
Australia
W
(1-0)
Graham Taylor
Tottenham Hotspur FC
67
1
41
June 3, 1991
(A) Auckland -Mount Smart
Friendly
New Zealand
W
(1-0)
Graham Taylor
Tottenham Hotspur FC
68
4
45
June 12, 1991
(A) Kuala Lumpur -Merdeka
Friendly
Malaysia
W
(4-2)
Graham Taylor
Tottenham Hotspur FC
69
0
45
September 11, 1991
(H) London-Wembley
Friendly
Germany
L
(0-1)
Graham Taylor
Tottenham Hotspur FC
70
0
45
October 16, 1991
(H) London-Wembley
EC Qualifier
Turkey
W
(1-0)
Graham Taylor
Tottenham Hotspur FC
71
1
46
November 13, 1991
(A) Poznań, Stadion Miejski
EC Qualifier
Poland
D
(1-1)
Graham Taylor
Tottenham Hotspur FC
72
1
47
February 19, 1992
(H) London-Wembley
Friendly
France
W
(2-0)
Graham Taylor
Tottenham Hotspur FC
73
0
47
March 25, 1992
(A) Prague-Strahov
Friendly
Cze-choslovakia
D
(2-2)
Graham Taylor
Tottenham Hotspur FC
74
1
48
April 29, 1992
(A) Moscow-Central
Friendly
CIS (ex-USSR)
D
(2-2)
Graham Taylor
Tottenham Hotspur FC
75
0
48
May 12, 1992
(A) Budapest-Nepstadion
Friendly
Hungary
W
(1-0)
Graham Taylor
Tottenham Hotspur FC
76
0
48
May 17, 1992
(H) London-Wembley
Friendly
Brazil
D
(1-1)
Graham Taylor
Tottenham Hotspur FC
77
0
48
June 3, 1992
(A) Helsinki-Olympiastadion
Friendly
Finland
W
(2-1)
Graham Taylor
Tottenham Hotspur FC
78
0
48
June 11, 1992
(N) Malmö -Malmö Stadion, Sweden
UEFA European Championships
Denmark
D
(0-0)
Graham Taylor
Tottenham Hotspur FC
79
0
48
June 14, 1992
(N) Malmö -Malmö Stadion, Sweden
UEFA European Championships
France
D
(0-0)
Graham Taylor
Tottenham Hotspur FC
80
0
48
June 17, 1992
(A) Stockholm - Råsunda n, Sweden
UEFA European Championships
Sweden
L
(1-2)
Graham Taylor
Tottenham Hotspur FC

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