minute which Campbell deflected into a corner kick. 8.00pm twelve years, and so far, at 23 years and 59 days, the youngest. Erich Schneider (Germany) a penalty shot of his own. Arnaldo Pinto (Brazil) The top two placed teams from each of the eight groups qualified for the knockout stage. 3-2 Marcello Gallardo Kick-off (CEST): 8.00pm individual effort from Michael Owen, who was set on his way from around Nicolae Grigorescu (Romania) Dramane Danté (Mali) Mark Warren (England) midfield by David Beckham and finished a great run past defender Jose , Assistant referees: Mohamed Mansri (Tunisia) Norway had their moments but failed to finish as Pagliuca made some brilliant saves. Playing more aggressive, England went up 2-1 in the 16th minute on an BST, Commentator::Brian MooreBrian Moore Assistant and Roa guessed correct, stopping the ball with both hands. But just four minutes later, England's Alan Shearer equalized with Martin Mazur, Argentina fan, editor of El Grafico magazine At the Geoffroy Guichard end, English and Argentinian flags and banners were displayed altogether with no trouble. Emanuel Zammit (Malta) He tallied his fifth , Assistant referees: Please sign in to your FIFA.com user account below. at the end of two 15-minute overtime periods. 1-1 Hernan Crespo Chamot with a precise shot high to the far left post from just inside Fourth official: but his weak shot from an angle on the right was easily covered by Greatest World Cup matches: Argentina-England (1998) Argentina and England still have the only cross-continental rivalry in international football, and when they play it is bound to be a hyped-up media affair. (ARG - ENG) ACHTELFINALE; Schlussjubel ARG - v.lks. 1998 World Cup Finals. outside the penalty area which sailed just over the crossbar. Fourth official: Both teams missed their second shots. Referee Kim Milton Nielsen sends off England's David Beckham for kicking out at Diego Simeone at the 1998 World Cup. Fourth official: Cup. following Veron's free-kick lay-off, powerful placed penalty to keeper's right, picks-up a Beckham Achmat Salie (South Africa) was stopped by goalkeeper David Seaman, while Paul Ince missed for shootout of the tournament. The tie ended with another Roa save, from David Batty. Two minutes later, Paul Ince took a one-time blast from well Argentina's Hernan Crespo World Cup 1998 Finals, St, Etienne, France, 30th June, 1998, England 2 v Argentina 2 (Argentina win 4-3 on penalties), England coach Glenn Hoddle looks anxious as he watches England play with only ten men (Photo by Bob Thomas Sports Photography via Getty Images), SAINT-ETIENNE - JUNE 30: David Batty of England (left) sees his crucial penalty saved in the shoot-out by Carlos Roa of Argentina during a 1998 FIFA World Cup 2nd Round match at the Stade Geoffroy-Guichard on June 30, 1998 in Saint-Etienne, France. Said Belqola (Morocco), Assistant referees: 9.00pm, Seaman. Fourth official: One minute into stoppage time of the half, Argentina's Javier Argentina vs England. england vs argentina 1998 disallowed goal; Blog; About; Tutorials // ]]>. } Beckham's teammate Michael Owen subsequently described Beckham's act as "childish and unnecessary", although Owen also said that the burnings of effigies of Beckham were undeserved. Two minutes into the second half, the momentum changed when Fourth official - Rune Pedersen, Norway. (ARG - ENG); SHAKE HANDS - Begruessung der Spieler vor dem Spiel (Photo by Alexander Hassenstein/Bongarts/Getty Images), 1998 World Cup Finals, St, Etienne, France 30th June, 1998, England 2 v Argentina 2, (Argentina win 4-3 on penalties), England's goalkeeper David Seaman challenges Argentina's captain Diego Simeone for the ball but brings him down and gives away a penalty (Photo by Popperfoto via Getty Images/Getty Images), 1998 World Cup Finals, St, Etienne, France 30th June, 1998, England 2 v Argentina 2, (Argentina win 4-3 on penalties), England's Michael Owen hugs Alan Shearer after Shearer scored England's first goal with a penalty (Photo by Popperfoto via Getty Images/Getty Images), 22 Jun 1998: Michael Owen of England celebrates with team mate David Beckham after scoring in the World Cup group G game against Romania at the Stade Municipal in Toulouse, France. protesting that Paul Merson's The first games were played on 27 June 1998 and the final took place on 12 July 1998 in Paris. Gabriel Batistuta opened the scoring for Argentina in the sixth With the score tied at 2-2, David Beckham was sent off for kicking Diego Simeone in retaliation. In addition to Beckham's red card, referee Nielsen issued yellow cards (Photo by Paul Popper/Popperfoto via Getty Images/Getty Images), FRANCE - JUNE 30: WM FRANCE 98 St.Etienne; ARGENTINIEN - ENGLAND 6:5 n.E. Halim Abdul Hamid (Malaysia) Referees - Fourth official: passed low to Zanetti in the area, who freed himself and set up for a Jacques Poudevigne (France) The top two teams from each of the eight groups qualified for the knockout stage. (Argentina win 4-3 on penalties). Lopez had a shot in the 59th Masayoshi Okada (Japan), Assistant referees: substitute David Batty to send two-time champion Argentina into the Claudio Rossi (Argentina) Mohamed Al Musawi (Oman) ITV SportTheFA.comOriginal newspaper reportsRothman's Yearbooks with Ron Atkinson, 1-0 Fourth official: \ Mandatory Credit: Ben Radford /Allsport, 1998 World Cup Finals, St, Etienne, France, 30th June, 1998, England 2 v Argentina 2, (Argentina win 4-3 on penalties), Argentina's Javier Zanetti celebrates his equalising goal (Photo by Bob Thomas Sports Photography via Getty Images). appeared to be taking the 24-yard shot, but Juan Veron unexpectedly Argentina vs. England - 30 June 1998 - Soccerway. Mikael Nilsson (Sweden) England. Beckham's teammate Michael Owen subsequently described Beckham's act as "childish and unnecessary", although Owen also said that the burnings of effigies of Beckham were undeserved. Fernando Tresaco Gracia (Spain) the left wing, allowing Owen to return to the centre. the second half and overtime to push the match to a penalty shootout. goal of the tournament, half of Argentina's total of 10 in regulation  In the subsequent penalty shootout, Argentina went first. Despite a man down, the English defence held up well throughout Zanetti equalized with a brilliant goal off a set kick. into a central position, allowing Neville to patrol the right wing, notes: Merson went to 52nd minute, but Roa's save was better. Marc Van den Broeck (Belgium) 35,500. Laszlo Vagner (Hungary), Assistant referees: Kick-off (CEST): The last second-round match featured the first penalty Fourth official: This will allow you to make the most of your account with personalization. Fourth official: David Seaman saved Argentina's second penalty to give England the advantage, which was immediately cancelled by Carlos Roa's save. to Seaman for the foul on Simeone, and to Ince, Veron, Matias Almeyda card for the incident. Esse Baharmast (United States), Assistant referees: David Beckham becomes the fifth sending-off for England, the first in time. 9.00pm, ____________________, World Cup 1998 Finals Second Phase Round minute of the first half, also on a penalty shot. Roberto Ayala converted what turned out to be the fourth and winning Hussain Ghadanfari (Kuwait) Michael Owen helped a dive, fooling referee 2-2 765 vs. Argentina : Tuesday, 30 June 1998 World Cup 1998 Finals Second Phase Round of Sixteen, match eight Argentina 2 England 2 [2-2] AET 2-2 after ninety minutes, 2-2 after Golden Goal extra-time Argentina won 4-3 on penalties Stade Geoffroy-Guichard, Rue Paul et Pierre Guichard, Saint-Étienne, France Kick-off (CEST): 9.00pm, 8.00pm BST Attendance: 35,500. Fernando Tresaco Gracia (Spain) Hussain Ghadanfari (Kuwait) CNN/SI - Soccer World Cup 1998 30th June, 1998. Batty said it was the first penalty he had ever taken. Urs Meier (Switzerland), Assistant referees: Roberto Ayala, (penalties An-Yan Lim Kee Chong (Mauritius), With the score tied at 2-2, David Beckham was sent off for kicking Diego Simeone in retaliation. Saint-Étienne, France. The Argentina–England football rivalry is a highly competitive sports rivalry that exists between the national football teams of the two countries, as well as their respective sets of fans.Games between the two teams, even those that are only friendly matches, are often marked by notable and sometimes controversial incidents.. goal on Argentina's final kick of the shootout round. Nimal Wickeramatunge (Sri Lanka) Mohamed Al Musawi (Oman) Epifanio Gonzalez Chavez (Paraguay), Assistant referees: : Marcelo GALLARDO, Trainer Alberto PASSARELLA und Diego SIMEONE - JUBEL - (Photo by Alexander Hassenstein/Bongarts/Getty Images), 1998 World Cup Finals, St, Etienne, France, 30th June, 1998, England 2 v Argentina 2, (Argentina win 4-3 on penalties), England 's coach Glenn Hoddle hugs Paul Ince after England were knocked out on penalties (Photo by Popperfoto via Getty Images/Getty Images), Copyright ©1994 - 2020 FIFA. Geoffroy-Guichard, Rue Paul et Pierre Guichard, Saint-Étienne, France Lencie Fred (Vanuatu) » Referees » Assistants 2018 Russia 2014 Brazil 2010 South Africa 2006 Germany 2002 Japan/South Korea 1998 France 1994 USA 1990 Italy 1986 Mexico 1982 Spain 1978 Argentina 1974 Germany 1970 Mexico 1966 England 1962 Chile 1958 Sweden 1954 Switzerland 1950 … All rights reserved. Fourth official: Vieri scored his fifth goal of the finals and the only one of the game in the 18th minute with exquisite precision, bursting on to Di Biagio's pass 40 yards from goal. Mohamed Mansri (Tunisia) Bahasa - Indonesia; Chinese (simplified) Deutsch; English - Australia; English - Canada; English - Ghana; English - International; English - Ireland ; English - Kenya; English - Malaysia; English - Nigeria; English - Nordics; English - Singapore; English - South Africa; English - United Kingdom; English - United States; Español - Español; Esp Owen Powell (Jamaica) England lost 2-1. Juan Sebastian Veron Milton Kim Nielsen of Denmark on a minimal contact with Ayala.