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Mexico v Nigeria
Honduras v Venezuela
Costa Rica v Paraguay
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Spain 1-0 Italy
Pedro's solitary goal was enough to give reigning World and European champions Spain a slender win over fellow UEFA EURO 2012 finalists Italy in Madrid.
Portugal 5-1 Cameroon
Raul Meireles, Fabio Coentrao and Edinho all got their names on the scoresheet, before Cristiano Ronaldo doubled his personal tally, as the hosts surged to comfortable victory over the visiting west Africans.
That victory in Paris ended an impressive run for the Netherlands, having not tasted defeat since beginning their successful bid to qualify for Brazil 2014.
2-0 FT. France put an end to Holland's 17-match unbeaten streak. Oranje suffer their first defeat since 15 August 2012.— Infostrada Sports (@Infostrada Sports) 05/03/2014 21:52
Despite defeat, Tim Cahill remained positive after he became his nation's all-time top scorer.
.@Tim_Cahill: I feel fantastic in the fact it's a great moment in my career. Something I dreamed about as a kid. #GoSocceroos #CahillLegend— The Socceroos (@The Socceroos) 05/03/2014 22:16
HAVE YOUR SAY
It is deadlocked between Spain and Italy, but with 30 minutes left to play, which of the UEFA EURO 2012 finalists do you think will come out on top? And who do you think will perform better in Brazil? Let us know in the comments panel to the right.
See some of the best pictures of the night from the Stade de France, where goals from Karim Benzema and Blaise Matuidi saw France past the Netherlands.
France 2-0 Netherlands
England 1-0 Denmark
Australia 3-4 Ecuador
Daniel Sturridge grabbed a late winner for Roy Hodgson's men while Ecuador completed a remarkable comeba0ck from three goals down thanks to Fidel Martinez, Segundo Castillo, Enner Valencia and Edison Mendez's second half efforts. First half goals from Karim Benzema and Blaise Matuidi were enough for Didier Deschamps' side.
Spain 0-0 Italy
The first 45 minutes at the Bernabeu have seen some good chances but there are no goals to speak of so far.
Germany 1-0 Chile
Belgium 2-2 Côte d'Ivoire
Mario Gotze's first half effort was enough to see off Jorge Sampaoli's men, while Radja Nainggolan, Didier Drogba and Max Gradel all scored in the second half in Brussels.
Portugal 1-1 Cameroon
Cristiano Ronaldo's goal put Paulo Bento's men ahead before Vincent Aboubakar equalised close to the half-time whistle.
Austria 1-1 Uruguay
Switzerland 2-2 Croatia
Uruguay's Alvaro Pereira cancelled out Marc Janko's first half goal while Ivica Olic made it a pair of braces in St Gallen with his second half equaliser.
The moment the record was broken. #CahillLegend #GoSocceroos http://t.co/S1JLygzirZ— The Socceroos (@The Socceroos) 05/03/2014 21:14
Ukraine 2-0 USA
Romania 0-0 Argentina
Andriy Yarmolenko and Marko Devic grabbed the Ukraine goals to see off USA in Cyprus while Argentina captain Lionel Messi couldn't find a way past Romania's defence.
England 0-0 Denmark
Australia 3-0 Ecuador
France 2-0 Netherlands
Australia have raced into a three goal lead thanks to a record-breaking brace by Tim Cahill - who becomes the Socceroo's top scorer - and a Mile Jedinak penalty. France have a comfortable lead against the Netherlands thanks to Karim Benzema and Blaise Matuidi while Roy Hodgson's men are being held at Wembley.
Belgium 1-0 Côte d'Ivoire
Manchester United's Marouane Fellaini has put Marc Wilmots' side in the ascendancy at the break.
Germany 1-0 Chile
Joachim Low's side lead Chile thanks to Mario Gotze's side-footed finish.
Austria 1-0 Uruguay
Switzerland 2-1 Croatia
Austria lead Uruguay thanks to Marc Janko's 14th minute opener, while a Josip Drmic brace has sandwiched Ivica Olic's effort for Croatia.