The Great Friday Quiz - The Answers

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Last Updated: 27/01/06 at 11:55

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1) Who scored the first goal for England under Sven's reign?
Nick Barmby


2) Which club did Sven leave to take up the England job?
Lazio


3) Who scored the fifth in England’s 5-1 thumping of Germany?
Emile Heskey


4) Who was in charge of the England team in the game before Eriksson took control?
Peter Taylor


5) Who was Sven reportedly having an affair with prior to the 2002 World Cup?
Ulrika Johnson


6) To which nation has Sven suffered the largest defeat during his England tenure so far?
Denmark


7) Who scored the only goal in England's 1-0 defeat in Belfast to Northern Ireland?
David Healy


8) Who scored Portugal's first against England in the Euro 2004 quarter-finals?
Helder Postiga


9) What was the name of the 'journalist' that played the fake sheikh to lure Sven into commenting on various English internationals?
Mazher Mahmood


10) What is the name of Sven's agent?
Athole Still


11) At which stadium did England play their first home game under Sven?
Villa Park


13) Who was Sven's first game in charge of England against?
Spain


14) England lost to Brazil in a 2-1 defeat in Sven's first World Cup, but who scored the goals for Brazil?
Rivaldo and Ronaldinho


15) Who are the four players to have started an England match as captain of England under Sven?
David Beckham, Michael Owen, Steven Gerrard and Sol Campbell


16) What is the longest run of England games won under Sven?
8 (29 March 2003 - 11 Sep 2003)


17) How many times have England won in London under Sven?
None, lost both times at White Hart Lane and Upton Park.


18) Who was England's first defeat to under Sven?
Holland


19) What is England's biggest win under Sven to date?
6-1 against Iceland

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