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Leaders given shock

Just in case anyone missed it:

Updated: June 6, 2007, 3:00 AM ET
Armenia 1-0 Poland: Leaders given shock

YEREVAN, June 6 (Reuters) - Poland lost valuable points in their Euro 2008 qualifying campaign when they suffered a shock 1-0 Group A defeat in Armenia on Wednesday.

Hamlet Mkhitaryan fired a free kick into the top corner in the 70th minute to give the home team their second win in seven games.

Ex-Chelsea manager Ian Porterfield, who took over Armenia's national team less than 10 months ago, hailed the victory as one of the biggest in the history of the former Soviet republic.

'It is a great day for Armenian football,' the 61-year-old Scot, who returned to the job in March after battling intestinal cancer, told a news conference.

'The whole team played well but I want to say special thanks to goalscorer Hamlet Mkhitaryan and goalkeeper Gevorg Kasparov. They deserve special praise.'

Despite the defeat the Poles still lead Group A with 19 points from nine matches, five points ahead of both Portugal and Serbia, who have two games in hand each, with Finland also on 14 from eight games.


Can Poland win the Cup??

Re: Leaders given shock

No....they won't win the cup