England leading 2-0 against Israel; Owen, 49', Wright Phillips, 20'

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September 8, 2007 20:08

 
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Michael Owen scored England's second goal against Israel on the forty eighth minute of the Euro 2008 qualifier at Wembley, Saturday, granting England an advantage of 2-0. England scored its first goal against Israel in the first half, twenty minutes into the match. Shaun Wright Phillips scored what was believed at first was to be an offside; however the referee did not rule the goal an offside. During halftime, commentators on Channel One expressed disappointment with the team's performance, citing the total lack of attempts on the British goal.

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