Slovenia and Czech Rep. Draw in Maribor

Maribor, 28 March - Slovenia and the Czech Republic played out a goalless draw in week five of qualifying for the 2010 World Cup in Maribor on Saturday. Both teams now have eight points from five matches and sit behind Northern Ireland and Slovakia on the table.

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A capacity crowd was on hand to see the goalless draw between Slovenia and the Czech Republic in game 5 of qualifying for the 2010 World Cup.
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The Czech Republic failed to live up to their billing as favourites in the match against Slovenia.
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Slovenia had to settle for a goalless draw against the Czech Republic in front of a capacity home crowd.
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Slovenia and Cyprus to play another game of qualifying for the 2014 World Cup.
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Slovenian Prime Minister Borut Pahor (front middle) was on hand for the match between Slovenia and the Czech Republic.
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Slovenian manager Matjaz Kek was happy with the goalless draw against the Czech Republic.
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Slovenian Prime Minister Borut Pahor (front middle) watched the match between Slovenia and the Czech Republic in the company of Slovenian Football Association President Ivan Simic.
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Slovenian players Mirnes Sisic and Andraz Kirm appeal in Saturday's goalless draw against the Czech Republic.
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Slovenian defender Boran Jokic controls the ball in Saturday's goalless draw against the Czech Republic.
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Slovenian defender Suad Filekovic (middle) and Czech striker Milan Baros (left) challenge for the ball as Czech striker Vaclav Sverkos (right) looks on.
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Slovenian attacker Milivoje Novakovic (in white) comes in for the challenge against Czech midfielder Jan Polak in the goalless draw between the teams.
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Slovenian defender Bojan Jokic heads the ball away in the goalless draw with the Czech Republic.
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Slovenia had to settle for a goalless draw against the Czech Republic in front of a capacity home crowd.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

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Czech midfielder Jan Polak (in red) controls the ball as Slovenian striker Milivoje Novakovic looks on in the goalless draw between te teams.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

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Slovenian defender Bostjan Cesar (in white) and Czech midfielder Libor Sionko collide in the goalless draw between the teams.
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