World Bulletin/News Desk
Turkish national football lost 0-1 against Romania a World Cup qualifier match on Friday at Istanbul's Sukru Saracoglu Stadium.
Stadium: Fenerbahce Sukru Saracoglu
Referees: Howard Melton Webb, Michael Mullarkey, Darren Cann (England)
Turkey: Volkan Demirel, Gokhan Gonul, Semih Kaya, Omer Toprak, Hasan Ali Kaldirim, Hamit Altintop, (min 61 Mevlut Erdinc), Mehmet Topal, Emre Belozoglu (min 80 Nuri Sahin), Sercan Sararer (min 68 Emre Colak), Arda Turan, Umut Bulut
Romania: Tatarusanu, Tamas, Chiriches, Goian, Ras-Dinca, Torje, Pintilii, Bourceanu, Stancu (min 82 Mutu), Grozav (min 50 Cocis), Marica (min 79 Chipciu)
Scorer: min 45+1 Grozav (Romania)
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