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SCOTLAND V SPAIN - RESULT

Tuesday, 15 September 1998


UEFA Qualifying Competition for the FIFA World Cup for Women’s Football Play-off, first leg
Sunday, 13th September, 1998.

Scotland 0, Spain 3.

Goals: Jimenez Gonzalez 29’, Mateos Franco 66’, Monforte Mestre 75’.
Forthbank Stadium, Stirling.
Attendance: 752.

Scotland: Fay, Lindsay (sub Jones 76’), C. Smith, Grant, Barr, Pauline McDonald (captain), Brown, Gilmour (sub J. Smith 55’), Fleeting, Brolly (sub Hamill 74’), McWhinnie.
Unused substitutes: McWilliam, Pamela McDonald, Fowler, Marr.

Spain: Capa Cia, Nohalez Caballero, Rodriguez Vega, Castillo Varo, Erkizia Irazoki, Chivite Jiminez (sub Salguero Lopez 45’), Mateos Franco (sub Punal Valverde 89’), Cabezon Munoz, Jimenez Gonzalez, Jimber Acosta, Monforte Mestre (sub Muruzabal Senosiain 88’).

Referee: Vanco Kocev (Macedonia).

The second leg will take place in Cordoba, Spain, on Sunday, 11 October, kick-off 12 noon.
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