International Blues 28/03/09

Last updated : 01 April 2009 By Brian Cartlidge
Damien Johnson captained the Northern Ireland side in his 50th international appearance for his country in their World Cup qualifier against Poland at Windsor Park whilst Maik Taylor kept goal for Nigel Worthington's side who won 3-2 in the Group Three match in Belfast.

Northern Ireland's goals came courtesy of Warren Feeney, Jonny Evans and a Michal Zewlakow own goal.

Both Taylor and Johnson completed the full ninety minutes.

Blues' centre-back Radhi Jaidi completed the full ninety minutes for Tunisia in their 2-1 away win against Kenya in a CAF, Group B, Round Three, 2010 World Cup qualifying away match at the Nyayo National Stadium.

On loan from Fulham winger Hameur Bouazza played the final half-an-hour for Algeria in their 0-0 away draw against Rwanda in a CAF, Group C, Round Three, World Cup Qualifier at the Stade Amahoro.

Seb Larsson
played for the final nine minutes for Sweden in their World Cup Qualifying Group One away game against Portugal which finished 1-1 at the Dr. Magalhaes Pessoa Stadium.

On-loan striker Carlos Costly made a substitute appearance for Honduras in their CONCAF, 4th Round, World Cup qualifier against Trinidad & Tobago. Costly played for the final ten minutes of the match which finished 1-1 at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.