PARIS, Oct 12, 2010 (AFP) – Tuesday’s Euro 2012 qualifiers brought drama on and off the pitch as Germany walloped Kazakhstan, Spain edged Scotland and Holland trounced Sweden to cement 100 percent records – while Italy’s match against Serbia was postponed for crowd trouble. Fabio Capello’s England turned in a bitterly disappointing Group G goalless draw at Wembley with Montenegro, who thus still top the group with ten points from four games to seven from three for England after what skipper Rio Ferdinand rued as an opportunity missed. “These are the sort of games we should be winning,” the defender conceded. World champions Spain briefly threw away a two-goal lead at Hampden Park before Fernando Llorente conjured a close-range winner barely three minutes after coming on in place of David Silva. The 3-2 win ensured that the world and European champions maintained their run of winning all their qualifiers going back to a 2007 draw with Iceland – 17 matches ago. David Villa was earlier on target from the spot with his 44th Spanish goal to go level with record marksman Raul while Andres Iniesta also netted with Steven Naismith and a Gerard Pique own goal briefly giving Scotland fans…
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