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Results 2005-2010

Saturday, 3 June 2006
Football Association International Friendly Match

England 6 Jamaica 0 [4-0]

Old Trafford, Sir Matt Busby Way, Stretford, Greater Manchester Attendance: 70,373; Kick-off: 2.00pm BST:
Live on BBC One (UK) - Commentator: tbc

England - Frank Lampard (twelve-yard side-step volley 11 10:46), Jermaine Taylor (six-yard headed own goal from Beckham free-kick 16 15:34), Peter Crouch (ten-yard volley deflecting off Daley 29 28:31, one-yard tap in 67 66:10, eighteen-yard strike 89 88:31 hat-trick), Michael Owen (rounded keeper then ten-yard shot 32 31:07), Peter Crouch (penalty missed over bar 82 81:38). Match Summary
England Squad
Jamaica Squad
Jamaica - Jermain Taylor (9), Shane Crawford (53).

Jamaica kicked-off. 97 minutes (47 & 50:03).

 

Match Summary

 

Officials from Austria

England

Type

Jamaica

Referee (black) - Konrad Plautz
41 (16 October 1964), Navis, FIFA-listed 2000;

Assistant Referees - Egon Bereuter, 43, (11 May 1963) and Andreas Fellinger, 34 (3 August 1971);

Fourth Official - André Mariner, 35 (1 January 1971), Sheldon, Birmingham, England;

Jamaican National Anthem sung by Jimmy Cliff
9 Goal Attempts 8
8 Attempts on Target 2
0 Hit Bar/Post 0
6 Corner Kicks Won 7
- Offside Calls Against -
9 Fouls Conceded 17
58% Possession 42%

England Team

 

Rank:

FIFA (17th May 2006) 10th
ELO rating 3rd to =3rd
Colours: The 2006 away uniform - Red shirts with St. George flag on right shoulder, white shorts with red triangular shard on hem, red socks.
Capt: David Beckham, 53rd captaincy, Michael Owen 68 mins. Coach: Sven-Göran Eriksson, 58, appointed 31 October 2000, took post 12 January 2001, 
62nd match, W 37 - D 15 - L 10 - F 122 - A 59.
England Lineup
1 Robinson, Paul W., off 46th min. 26 15 October 1979 G Tottenham Hotspur FC 21 12 GA
2 Carragher, James L.D. 28 28 January 1978 RB Liverpool FC 25 0
3 Cole, Ashley, injured off 35th min. 25 20 December 1980 LB Arsenal FC 46 0
4 Gerrard, Steven G., off 77th min. 26 30 May 1980 M Liverpool FC 42 7
5 Ferdinand, Rio G. 27 7 November 1978 CD Manchester United FC 47 0
6 Terry, John G., off 33rd min. 25 7 December 1980 CD Chelsea FC 24 1
7 Beckham, David R.J., off 68th min. 31 2 May 1975 M Real Madrid CF, Spain 89 16
8 Lampard, Frank J., off 68th min. 27 20 June 1978 M

Chelsea FC

40 11
9
Crouch, Peter J. 25 30 January 1981 F

Liverpool FC

7 5
10 Owen, Michael J. 25 14 December 1979 F Newcastle United FC 77 36
11 Cole, Joseph J. 24 8 November 1981 M Chelsea FC 32 5
England Substitutes
16 Campbell, Sulzeer J., on 33rd min. for Terry 31 18 September 1974 CD

Arsenal FC

68 1
12 Bridge, Wayne M., on 35th min. for A Cole 25 5 August 1980 LB Chelsea FC 23 1
13 James, David B., on 46th min. for Robinson 35 1 August 1970 G Manchester City FC 34 31 GA
20 Lennon, Aaron J., on 68th min. for Beckham 19 16 April 1987 M

Tottenham Hotspur FC

1 0
18 Carrick, Michael, on 68th min. for Lampard 24 28 July 1981 M Tottenham Hotspur FC 6 0
21 Downing, Stewart, on 77th min. for Gerrard 21 22 July 1984 M Middlesbrough FC 2 0

unused substitutes:

14-Phil Neville, 15-Michael Dawson, 17-Owen Hargreaves, 19-Jermaine Jenas, 22-Scott Carson, 23-Theo Walcott, 24-Jermain Defoe, 25-Andrew Johnson, 26-Ben Foster.

team notes:

Injured squad member Gary Neville and unused substitute, Phil, are brothers.
   
4-4-2 Robinson (James) -
Carragher, Ferdinand, Terry
(Campbell), A.Cole (Bridge) -
Beckham
(Lennon), Gerrard (Downing), Lampard (Carrick), J.Cole -
Owen, Crouch.

Averages (Starting XI):

Age 26.3 Appearances/Goals 40.9 7.5

 

Jamaica Team

 

Rank:

FIFA (17th May 2006) 46th
ELO rating 51st
Colours: Made by Uhlsport - Yellow shirts with green collar, green side panels going underarm, with black trim, black shorts with green side panel, yellow socks with black double pinhoops;
Capt: Donovan Ricketts Technical Director: Wendell Downswell, 48 (5 February 1958), appointed November 2004;
Jamaica Lineup
30 Ricketts, Donovan D. 28 7 June 1977 G

Bradford City FC, England

- -
19 Reid, Garfield 25 14 January 1981 LB

Waterhouse FC

- -
3 Stewart, Damion D. 25 8 August 1980 CD

Bradford City FC, England

- -
4 Taylor, Jermaine, off 46th min. 21 14 January 1985 M Harbour View FC - -
Taylor cautioned in the 9th min. for Unsporting Behaviour for a foul on Frank Lampard.
25 Davis, Claude 27 6 March 1979 CD Preston North End FC, England - -
16 Daley, Omar 25 25 April 1981 RB Charleston Battery SC, United States - -
7 Euell, Jason J., off 79th min. 29 6 February 1977 M Charlton Athletic FC, England - -
8 Campbell-Ryce, Jemal J. 23 6 April 1983 F Southend United FC, England - -
17 Hue, Jermaine, off 85th min. 27 15 June 1978 M Kansas City Wizards FC, United States - -
10 Fuller, Ricardo D., off 76th min. 26 31 October 1979 F

Southampton FC, England

- -
21 Shelton, Luton, off 48th min. 20 11 November 1985 F Helsingborgs IF, Sweden - -
Jamaica Substitutes
20 Crawford, Shane, on 46th min. for Taylor 26 16 November 1979 M

Charleston Battery SC, United States

- -
Crawford cautioned in the 53rd min. for Unsporting Behaviour for a dangerous tackle on Frank Lampard.
18 Burton, Deon J., on 48th min. for Shelton 29 25 October 1976 F Sheffield Wednesday FC, England - -
15 Bennett, Teafore, on 76th min. for Fuller 21 7 June 1984 F Village United FC - -
9 Stephenson, Khari, on 79th min. for Euell 25 18 January 1981 M GAIS Göteborg, Sweden - -
12 Johnson, Jermaine, on 85th min. for Hue 25 25 June 1980 M Tivoli Gardens FC - -

unused substitutes:

1-Shawn Sawyers, 5-Demar Stewart, 6-Jason Morrison, 13-Dwayne Kerr.
   

4-4-2

Ricketts -
Daley, Stewart, Davis, Reid -
Campbell-Ryce, Taylor
(Crawford), Euell (Stephenson), Hue (Johnson) -
Shelton
(Burton), Fuller (Bennett).

Averages (Starting XI):

Age 25.1 Appearances/Goals - -

 

    Match Report (Mike Payne's exclusive report coming shortly)

A Peter Crouch hat-trick rounded off England's World Cup preparations in style with an easy win over Jamaica.  Frank Lampard swept England into an early lead, which was doubled by Jermaine Taylor's own goal.  Crouch scored England's third from a set-piece, before Michael Owen rounded keeper Donovan Ricketts to make it 4-0.  After tapping in the fifth from Jamie Carragher's cross, Crouch blazed a late penalty over the bar but completed his hat-trick from Owen's pass.

In his last game in charge on English soil, coach Sven-Göran Eriksson would have had mixed feelings on the physical work-out Jamaica were shaping to provide as Jermaine Taylor was cautioned for hauling Lampard down.  Lampard had his revenge, though, when he fired England ahead on 11 minutes.  Keeper Paul Robinson lumped a free-kick forward where Crouch rose to nod the ball down to Owen who helped it on for Lampard to end his perfectly-timed run with a crisp finish.  Another foul by Omar Daley on Joe Cole provided England with the opportunity to stretch their lead on 17 minutes, when Beckham whipped in the free-kick and as a clutch of players rose at the near post the ball deflected in off Taylor's head. 

An error from John Terry provided some employment for Robinson, who plunged to his right to beat away a shot from Jason Euell who took advantage of Terry's slip.  Jamaica were naive in their defending at set-pieces and Crouch escaped his marker to meet a Beckham corner, with his shot going in off Daley. 

England made it four on 31 minutes when Owen sprinted clear of a square back line to latch on to Rio Ferdinand's raking pass and round the keeper to score his 36th international goal for England.  Within minutes though, Terry left the field as a precaution with a tight hamstring, followed soon after by Ashley Cole with a tight thigh.  Confronted by the prospect of an embarrassing scoreline Jamaica abandoned their cavalier approach of the first half and their more disciplined approach saw them create half-chances for Fuller and substitute Deon Burton.

Crouch enjoyed an influential afternoon as the focal point of England's attacks and after deftly chesting the ball down for Joe Cole to fire wide he was on the spot to tap in England's fifth from Carragher's low cross.  The lanky Liverpool striker looked to have missed a chance to complete his hat-trick by chipping a late penalty over the bar after Owen had been brought down by Khari Stephenson.  But he accurately side-footed home Owen's pass to complete his hat-trick and round off England's afternoon. - BBC Sport

Source Notes

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