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Last Updated:  Wednesday, 2 April, 2003, 15:28 GMT 16:28 UK
Euro 2004 clockwatch

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England 2-0 Turkey

Northern Ireland 0-2 Greece
Albania 0-0 Rep of Ireland
Lithuania 1-0 Scotland

Goalflashes and major incidents (All times BST)

2150: The final whistle goes at the Stadium of Light. England have produced a brilliant second-half performance and fully deserve their win to go top of Group Seven.

2149: The match at Windsor Park ends in another defeat for Northern Ireland.

2147: David Beckham scores from the penalty spot after Kieron Dyer goes down under a challenge from Ergun Pende.
England 2-0 Turkey

2143: Full-time looms ever closer at the Stadium of Light with England seemingly holding on comfortably to their slender advantage. Kieron Dyer replaces Wayne Rooney, who receives a standing ovation.

2138: David James makes an absolutely amazing athletic finger-tip to save to deny Nihat Kahveci.

2137: Wayne Rooney blasts over from 20 yards after great approach work from Steven Gerrard. The Liverpool midfielder has had a brilliant second-half.

2131: England finally score. Rio Ferdinand latches onto Wayne Bridge's deep cross. His shot is parried by Rustu Recber but falls to Darius Vassell, who slots home from seven yards.
England 1-0 Turkey

2130: Vassell uses his pace to break down the left before cutting inside and shooting at goal but Recber saves again.

2125: Northern Ireland's Keith Gillespie is sent-off for a second bookable offence. Sammy McIlroy's team are now down to nine men.

2122: David Beckham curls a free-kick goalwards but again England are thwarted by the imperious Rustu Recber. Moments later Emre Belozoglu is lucky to get away with a handball in his own penalty area.

2122: Darius Vassell - on for the injured Michael Owen - is denied a certain goal by a brilliant one-handed save from Recber.

2120: England continue to push forward and need to capitalise on their dominance of the second-half with a goal.

2112: Angelos Charisteas intercepts a poor back pass from George McCartney and slots home from the edge of the area.
Northern Ireland 0-2 Greece

2108: David James makes another good save, denying Turkey's Nihat Kahveci. England have started the half strongly, but the shot illustrates the danger the opposition pose.

2105: David Beckham narrowly misses the Turkish goal with a swerving free-kick.

2103: England start the second-half with real purpose, pushing forward and pressurising the Turks.

2053: Scotland's match with Lithuania ends in defeat.

2043: Wayne Rooney superbly spins in the Turkey penalty area and creates space for Michael Owen, but the striker's shot is blocked by Rustu Recber. Rooney has impressed on his debut.

2038: Northern Ireland's James Quinn is sent-off for violent conduct after a very late high challenge.

2031: England goalkeeper David James makes a fingertip save from Yilidray Basturk.

2029: Tomas Razanauskas scores from the penalty spot after Jackie McNamara fouls Darius Maciulevicius.
Lithuania 1-0 Scotland

2017: Scotland's Don Hutchison shoots at goal, but Gintaras Stauce saves for Lithuania.

2011: Rooney, making his debut, has a shot blocked. The ball falls to David Beckham, who should score but shoots wide.

2008: Beckham is booked for dissent after a clash Bulent Korkmaz. Turkey seem to be trying to wind Beckham up, who will miss England's next match through suspension as a consequence of the yellow card.

2007: England are struggling to impose themselves on the match at the Stadium of Light. Turkey, on the other hand, are passing well and pushing forward.

2004: Angelos Charisteas opens the scoring for Greece after some poor defending by Northern Ireland.
Northern Ireland 0-1 Greece

2000: The crunch game between England and Turkey starts, as does the fixture at Windsor Park, where Northern Ireland take on Greece.

1945: The match between Lithuania and Scotland reaches half-time with neither side able to break the deadlock.

1936: Lithuania's Edgaras Jankauskas breaks free and volleys at goal from 16 yards, forcing a save from Paul Gallacher.

1931: Jankauskas goes down under a challenge from Lee Wilkie in the Scotland penalty area. The referee is not interested in the Lithuanian's theatrics and waves play-on.

1920: The final whistle goes in Albania, ending a fiercely contested match.

1915: Scotland's Lee Wilkie forces a save from Lithuania goalkeeper Gintaras Stauce with a 16-yard volley.

1910: Gary Breen heads the ball into the Albania net, but the goal is correctly ruled out for off-side.

1900: Scotland's match in Lithuania starts with Berti Vogts' team looking to build on Saturday's win against Iceland.

1854: With the Republic struggling to hold the ball up front, Gary Doherty comes on for Robbie Keane.

1846: Shay Given brilliantly tips Altin Raklli's shot over the crossbar.

1844: Ervin Skala almost plays Igli Tare through but the ball drifts a metre in front of the Albanian forward. It is a real let off for the Republic of Ireland.

1743: Given makes a brilliant save to deny Altin Raklli. The Albania striker was completely unmarked just six yards from goal and should have scored with his header.

1738: Kevin Kilbane almost scores for the Republic with a header from short range after a dangerous cross from Duff but Foto Strakosha saves.

1733: An early escape for the Republic. The ball is played through to Murati, who is completely unmarked at the far post. Given superbly blocks his shot.

1730: The Republic of Ireland's game in Albania starts with Brian Kerr's team looking for another Group 10 win.

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