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Last Updated: Thursday August 21 2008 06:52 GMT

England booed over Czech Rep draw

David Beckham and Gareth Barry look upset after Milan Baros of Czech Republic scored

None of the home nations managed to win their matches on Wednesday, but the England team probably had the worst night of all.

The team was booed by some of their own fans after scraping a 2-2 draw against Czech Republic at Wembley.

Wes Brown scored before halftime, while Joe Cole managed a late equaliser.

Meanwhile, Wales lost to Georgia, and Northern Ireland drew with Scotland in the last friendlies before the start of the World Cup qualifiers next month.

Northern Ireland and Scotland met for the first time in 16 years at Hampden Park in Scotland, but neither side managed goal.

Georgia's Levan Kenla (left) and Wales' Jason Koumas battle for the ball
England 2-2 Czech Republic
Scotland 0-0 Northern Ireland
Wales 1-2 Georgia

Northern Ireland had the best chance of breaking the deadlock, but Allan McGregor saved David Healey's penalty, and the game ended 0-0.

Meanwhile, Jason Koumas gave Wales the lead against Georgia at the Liberty Stadium in Swansea.

But Georgia equalised after 65 minutes, and then a late goal by Beka Gotsiridze gave them the 2-1 victory.