World Bulletin / News Desk
The Turkish team defeated Estonia 3-0 in a group qualifier on Tuesday for the 2014 World Cup at Istanbul's Fenerbahce Sukru Saracoglu Stadium.
Stadium: Fenerbahce Sukru Saracoglu
Turkey: Tolga Zengin, Gokhan Gonul, Semih Kaya, Omer Toprak, Hasan Ali Kaldirim, Mehmet Topal, Emre Belozoglu (mn. 82 Nuri Sahin), Sercan Sararer (mn. 68 Tunay Torun), Arda Turan, Umut Bulut (mn. 68 Selcuk Inan), Burak Yilmaz
Estonia: Pareiko, Jaager, Rahn, Klavan, Teniste, Kink (mn. 77 Saag), Vassiljev, Vunk, Kruglov, Oper (mn. 56 Purje), Lindpere (mn. 56 Puri)
Scorers: mn. 44 Emre Belozoglu, mn. 60 Umut Bulut, mn. 75 Selcuk Inan (Turkey)
Red card: mn. 19 Jaager (Estonia)
Yellow card: mn. 69 Purje (Estonia)
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