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Images: NZ All Whites Beat Bahrain, Qualify For World Cup

Karim Sahai Photos: All Whites vs Bahrain 14 Nov. 2009


Photos by Karim Sahai

Half Time Score: 1-0 To New Zealand!
Full Time Score: 1-0 To New Zealand!

For more images see… Karim Sahai: NZ All Whites Vs Bahrain (Part 2)

New Zealand vs Bahrain, Westpac Stadium, 14 November 2009
- Images by Karim Sahai

Scoop photographer Karim Sahai was on the sideline for tonight's historic clash between New Zealand and Bahrain at Wellington's caketin.

NZ won 1-0 with a first half goal scored by Rory Fallon in the 45th minute. There were no goals scored in the second half.

The game decided which team would qualify for the World Cup. New Zealand has qualified once before - in 1982 - Bahrain has never qualified. In the first match of the 2 match series there was a draw.


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Goal scorer Rory Fallon lets the win sink in


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Victorious Coach Ricky Herbert


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