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Sp Rotterdam 2 v 2 Swansea

Sparta Rotterdam
2 - 2
Swansea City

Sparta Stadion Het Kasteel

1st August 7.30 Dutch Time

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Swansea City conclude the Dutch Tour with a sternch test against Eredivisie side Sparta Rotterdam.

Alan Tate upended Trinidad & Tobago striker Darryl Roberts in the 7th minute.The Free Kick was taken by Boukhari who fired it towards Dorus De Vries. The shot was deflected by Mereno Friere past the stranded De Vries.

Duffy had two goals ruled out for offside and Jason Scotland and Lawrence both had chanced to equalise for the Swans.

Duffy equalised for the Swans in the 25th Minute when he disposed Danny Schenkel and cooly slotted home to make it 1-1.

Britton fired Swansea into a 2-1 lead just before half time after good link up play with Jason Scotland.

Sparta equalised in the 57th minute when Darryl Roberts got clear of Lawrence and slotted home to equalise for Sparta.

Sparta were down to ten men in the later stages of the 2nd half when Nigerian midfeilder Sani Kaita was shown a second yellow card for a rash challenge on Mayol.

FT 2-2

Sparta Rotterdam: Loriya, Adeleye, Schenkel, Polak, Boukhari , Slot, Kaita, Emnes, Roberts, Promes, Moreno Freire. Subs: Bueren, Bouaouzan, Gudde, Jaggy, Vlug, Dissels, Varkevisser, John.

Swansea City: De Vries, Rangel, Painter, Tate , Lawrence, Britton, Pratley, Bodde, Robinson, Scotland, Duffy. Subs: Anderson, Bauza, Austin, Morgan, Allen, Evans.


Writer:sbrjack
Date:Wednesday August 1 2007
Time: 7:30PM

Comments

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Sounds like a good game so far 2-2 with a decent side seems ok away from home.
barrydoom
01/08/2007 20:24:00
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2-2 against an eredivise side is exellent
sbrjack
01/08/2007 20:33:00
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Good to see Leon finding the net!
Czech_Jack
01/08/2007 20:50:00
0
Cracking, a good draw
cyjax
01/08/2007 21:52:00
0
Great result for swansea dun seem much a draw but the have a godd squad bring on the levante
portalbot_jack
01/08/2007 22:56:00
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