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Group 10: All go for Göteborg

Göteborg Amateur won Group 10 to book a place in the intermediate round of the UEFA Regions' Cup against Group 8 winners Piemonte Valle d'Aosta Amateur.

Göteborg Amateur won Group 10 to book a place in the intermediate round of the UEFA Regions' Cup against Group 8 winners Piemonte Valle d'Aosta Amateur.

None conceded
Gunnar Bratt's side went through the mini-tournament in Gothenburg without conceding a goal, with a 1-0 win against Republic of Ireland Amateur being followed by 4-0 win against West Scotland Region Amateur before a tense 0-0 draw with Latvia Amateur in their final game.

Stubborn Latvia
A Nilsson goal eight minutes from time proved to be decisive against Ireland at the Ullevi stadium, while Hagström, Jildefjord, Berglund and Persson all got on the scoresheet against West Scotland before stubborn Latvia put their winning run to an end.

Decisive draw
Indeed, the final game could easily have turned out badly for Göteborg as a win for Latvia would have sent them through to the next round. A 1-1 draw in their opening game against West Scotland saw a Bormakovs strike three minutes into the second half cancel out Cunningham's 15th-minute opener for the Scottish side before they won against Ireland.

Bormakovs strikes
Gerry Smith's Ireland side had proved tough opponents throughout the group stage, but history repeated itself at the Ullevi as Bormakovs scored again for Latvia in the 90th minute to seal Ireland's second 1-0 defeat of the tournament and take Vladimirs Direktorenko's Latvia to the verge of a place in the finals.

Resounding win
Sadly for Latvia, it was not to be, but Ireland did finally break their scoring duck in their final game - a resounding 4-0 win against fellow Celts West Scotland. Ireland and Scotland may be bidding to co-host EURO 2008, but there was no love lost between the two sides as Smith's outfit took an incredible early lead.

Incredible start
Not satisfied with Feeney opening the scoring in the first minute of the game, Ireland went straight back on the attack and coach Frank Coulston could barely hide his disappointment as Heffernan scored with Ireland's next attack to make it 2-0 after just two minutes. Feeney then scored again after 28 minutes and Flynn completed the rout with a 62nd-minute effort.