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Trinidad and Tobago 0-0 Sweden
Saturday, 10 June 2006

Sweden fans

Supporters of Sweden and Trinidad & Tobago mingle in Dortmund's Signal Iduna Park before the game kicks off

Henrik Larsson bends a free-kick round the Trinidad & Tobago wall

Henrik Larsson comes close to giving Sweden the lead, but his free-kick fails to bend inside the post

Swedish keeper Rami Shaaban catches the ball under pressure from Trinidad & Tobago's Dennis Lawrence

Far from being overawed, the Soca Warriors create chances and put Swedish keeper Rami Shaaban under pressure

Zlatan Ibrahimovic (right) vies with Brent Sancho for the ball

But Zlatan Ibrahimovic is running the show for Sweden and they look the most likely side to break the deadlock

Carlos Edwards outjumps Erik Edman

Carlos Edwards is having a towering game though for Trinidad & Tobago as they reach half-time all square

Avery John of Trinidad & Tobago receives a second yellow card for this foul on Erik Edman

Immediately after the break the Soca Warriors are reduced to 10 men when Avery John is dismissed for a rash tackle

Referee Prachya Permpanich shows Avery John his second yellow card

Referee Prachya Permpanich shows John his second yellow card and he becomes the first man sent off at the World Cup

Cornell Glen reacts after seeing his shot hit the crossbar

Cornell Glen almost fires Trinidad & Tobago ahead, but his effort from an acute angle crashes into the crossbar

Trinidad & Tobago keeper Shaka Hislop (left) saves Zlatan Ibrahimovic's shot

Shaka Hislop produces his third outstanding save of the game to deny Ibrahimovic as Sweden throw everything forward

Shaka Hislop acknowledges the crowd after a fantastic display for Trinidad & Tobago

The game ends goalless, largely thanks to the heroics of the West Ham stopper who basks in the applause from his fans

Dwight Yorke mingles with the fans after the 0-0 draw with Sweden

And striker Dwight Yorke revels in the adulation of the fans after the Soca Warriors win a point on their World Cup debut


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