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Last Updated: Wednesday, 16 November 2005, 21:12 GMT
Czech Republic 1-0 Norway
Milan Baros celebrates Tomas Rosicky's goal for the Czech Republic against Norway
A Tomas Rosicky goal ensured the Czech Republic reached the World Cup finals for the first time in their history as they beat Norway 2-0 on aggregate.

Rosicky drove home a low shot into the corner of the net after Milan Baros' effort just inside the penalty area deflected off John Arne Riise.

Petr Cech made several fine saves to keep Norway at bay and record his second successive clean sheet.

Tempers flared late on as Riise fouled Zdenek Grygera in going for a header.

Riise appeared to come off worse, lying prone on the ground for several minutes and receiving a yellow card.

Czech Republic: Cech, Grygera, Jankulovski, Smicer (Stajner 75), Poborsky, Rosicky (Kovac 68), Nedved, Polak, Baros (Plasil 90), Ujfalusi, Rozehnal.
Subs Not Used: Blazek, Mares, Jarolim, Jarosik.

Booked: Jankulovski.

Goals: Rosicky 35.

Norway: Myhre, Hoiland, Hagen, Hangeland, Riise (Marius Johnsen 90), Helstad (Aarst 58), Haestad, Stromstad, Pedersen, Carew, Iversen (Solli 46).
Subs Not Used: Espen Johnsen, Bergdolmo, Lundekvam, Rushfeldt.

Booked: Hagen, Stromstad, Hoiland.

Agg: (2-0).

Att: 17,464.

Ref: Graham Poll (England).


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