Tonight, in Duisburg, Turkey finished their Euro 2008 previous matches with a 2-0 victory over Finland.
Middlesbrough midfielder Tuncay Sanli opened the match score in the 15th minute and Fenerbahce’s Semih Senturk closed it in the 43th minute during the second half.
I couldn’t watch the match on TV so I can’t tell you so much. If you watched it, please let me know if Turkey could, for example, reach the EURO 2008 quarterfinals.
Turkey: Volkan, Servet, Hakan Balta, Gokhan, Emre Belozoglu (Gokdeniz 89), Mehmet Aurelio (Mehmet Topal 88), Nihat (Semih 82), Tuncay (Arda 67), Hamit (Ayhan 79), Sabri, Mevlut (Kazım 75).
Finland: Enckleman (Frederikson 46), Nyman, Kallio (Moisander 82), Pasoja (Lampi 53), Kuivasto, Vayrynen, Eremenko Jr (Litmanen 61), Heikkinen (Johansson 61), Forssell (Sadik 79), Eremenko, Kolkka.
Terim decided to exclude Yıldıray Baştürk, Halil Altıntop and İbrahim Kaş from the original list.