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1994 FIFA World Cup qualification (UEFA – Group 1)

Group 1 consisted of six of the 39 teams entered into the European zone:[1] Estonia, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Scotland, and Switzerland. These six teams competed on a home-and-away basis for two of the 12 spots in the final tournament allocated to the European zone, with the group's winner and runner-up claiming those spots.

Standings

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Italy 10 7 2 1 22 7 +15 16
 Switzerland 10 6 3 1 23 6 +17 15
 Portugal 10 6 2 2 18 5 +13 14
 Scotland 10 4 3 3 14 13 +1 11
 Malta 10 1 1 8 3 23 −20 3
 Estonia 10 0 1 9 1 27 −26 1

Results

16 August 1992
Estonia  0–6  Switzerland
Report Chapuisat Goal 23'68'
 29'
Knup Goal 46'66'
Sforza Goal 84'
Kadrioru, Tallinn
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: Michał Listkiewicz (Poland)

9 September 1992
Switzerland  3–1  Scotland
Knup Goal 2'71'
 81'
Report McCoist Goal 13'
Wankdorf, Bern
Attendance: 12,000
Referee: Mario van der Ende (Netherlands)

14 October 1992
Italy  2–2  Switzerland
R. Baggio Goal 83'
Eranio Goal 90+1'
Report Ohrel Goal 17'
Chapuisat Goal 21'
Stadio Sant'Elia, Cagliari
Attendance: 26,216
Referee: Peter Mikkelsen (Denmark)

14 October 1992
Scotland  0–0  Portugal
Report
Ibrox Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 22,583
Referee: Hubert Forstinger (Austria)

25 October 1992
Malta  0–0  Estonia
Report
Ta' Qali National Stadium, Ta' Qali
Attendance: 1,456
Referee: Oğuz Sarvan (Turkey)

18 November 1992
Scotland  0–0  Italy
Report
Ibrox Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 33,029
Referee: Aron Schmidhuber (Germany)

18 November 1992
Switzerland  3–0  Malta
Bickel Goal 2'
Sforza Goal 44'
Chapuisat Goal 89'
Report
Wankdorf, Bern
Attendance: 14,200
Referee: Sergei Khusainov (Russia)

19 December 1992
Malta  1–2  Italy
Gregory Goal 85' Report Vialli Goal 59'
Signori Goal 62'
Ta' Qali National Stadium, Ta' Qali
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Guy Goethals (Belgium)

24 January 1993
Malta  0–1  Portugal
Report Rui Aguas Goal 58'
Ta' Qali National Stadium, Ta' Qali
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: David Elleray (England)

17 February 1993
Scotland  3–0  Malta
McCoist Goal 15'68'
Nevin Goal 84'
Report
Ibrox Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 35,490
Referee: Ilkka Koho (Finland)

24 February 1993
Portugal  1–3  Italy
Couto Goal 56' Report R. Baggio Goal 2'
Casiraghi Goal 25'
D. Baggio Goal 73'
Estádio das Antas, Porto
Attendance: 45,000
Referee: Bo Karlsson (Sweden)

24 March 1993
Italy  6–1  Malta
D. Baggio Goal 19'
Signori Goal 38'
Vierchowod Goal 48'
Mancini Goal 58'89'
Maldini Goal 73'
Report Busuttil Goal 68' (pen.)
La Favorita, Palermo
Attendance: 33,720
Referee: Vassilios Nikakis (Greece)

31 March 1993
Switzerland  1–1  Portugal
Chapuisat Goal 39' Report Semedo Goal 44'
Wankdorf, Bern
Attendance: 31,000
Referee: Kim Milton Nielsen (Denmark)

14 April 1993
Italy  2–0  Estonia
R. Baggio Goal 22'
Signori Goal 87'
Report
Stadio Nereo Rocco, Trieste
Attendance: 33,000
Referee: Sándor Piller (Hungary)

17 April 1993
Malta  0–2  Switzerland
Report Ohrel Goal 31'
Türkyilmaz Goal 89'

28 April 1993
Portugal  5–0  Scotland
Rui Barros Goal 5'70'
 45'72'
Futre Goal 67'
Report
Estádio da Luz, Lisbon
Attendance: 28,000
Referee: Sándor Puhl (Hungary)

1 May 1993
Switzerland  1–0  Italy
Hottiger Goal 56' Report
Wankdorf, Bern
Attendance: 32,000
Referee: Antonio Martin Navarrete (Spain)

12 May 1993
Estonia  0–1  Malta
Report Laferla Goal 16'
Kadrioru, Tallinn
Attendance: 4,500
Referee: Markus Merk (Germany)

19 May 1993
Estonia  0–3  Scotland
Report Gallacher Goal 43'
Collins Goal 59'
Booth Goal 73'
Kadrioru, Tallinn
Attendance: 1,800
Referee: Tore Hollung (Norway)

2 June 1993
Scotland  3–1  Estonia
McClair Goal 18'
Nevin Goal 27'72' (pen.)
Report Bragin Goal 57'
Pittodrie, Aberdeen
Attendance: 14,307
Referee: Atanas Uzunov (Bulgaria)

19 June 1993
Portugal  4–0  Malta
Nogueira Goal 1'
Rui Costa Goal 8'
João Pinto Goal 23'
 85'
Report
Estádio do Bessa, Porto
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Jiří Ulrich (Czech Republic)

5 September 1993
Estonia  0–2  Portugal
Report Rui Costa Goal 61'
Folha Goal 74'
Kadrioru, Tallinn
Attendance: 2,790
Referee: Ilkka Koho (Finland)

8 September 1993
Scotland  1–1  Switzerland
Collins Goal 50' Report pen.)
Pittodrie, Aberdeen
Attendance: 24,000
Referee: Joël Quiniou (France)

22 September 1993
Estonia  0–3  Italy
Report R. Baggio Goal 20' (pen.)73'
Mancini Goal 59'
Kadrioru, Tallinn
Attendance: 5,350
Referee: Jan Damgaard (Denmark)

13 October 1993
Portugal  1–0  Switzerland
João Pinto Goal 8' Report
Estádio das Antas, Porto
Attendance: 55,000
Referee: Hellmut Krug (Germany)

13 October 1993
Italy  3–1  Scotland
Donadoni Goal 3'
Casiraghi Goal 16'
Eranio Goal 80'
Report Gallacher Goal 80'
Olimpico, Rome
Attendance: 61,178
Referee: Ion Crǎciunescu (Romania)

10 November 1993
Portugal  3–0  Estonia
Futre Goal 2'
Oceano Goal 37' (pen.)
Rui Águas Goal 86'
Report
Estádio da Luz, Lisbon
Attendance: 105,000
Referee: Eric Blareau (Belgium)

17 November 1993
Italy  1–0  Portugal
D. Baggio Goal 83' Report
Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, Milan
Attendance: 71,513
Referee: Ryszard Wójcik (Poland)

17 November 1993
Malta  0–2  Scotland
Report McKinlay Goal 15'
Hendry Goal 74'

17 November 1993
Switzerland  4–0  Estonia
Knup Goal 32'
 34'
Herr Goal 45'
Chapuisat Goal 61'
Report
Hardturm, Zürich
Attendance: 21,000
Referee: Zoran Petrović (Yugoslavia)

Notes

  1. ^ Only 37 of the entered teams actually competed in the qualification tournament: Germany qualified for the World Cup automatically as defending champions and Liechtenstein withdrew before the draw was made Additionally, Yugoslavia was suspended by FIFA due to United Nations sanctions stemming from the Yugoslav wars.

External links

  • Group 1 Detailed Results at RSSSF
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