Group Seven round-up
By Mark Buckingham
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Spain picked up their first win of 2006 World Cup qualifying by beating Belgium 2-0.Spain picked up their first win of 2006 World Cup qualifying by beating nine-man Belgium 2-0 in Santander.
Luis Aragones' side put a turbulent few days behind them to collect the points untroubled after Belgium pressed the self-destruct button.
The visitors did not help their claims to clinch a point away from home when Eric Deflandre was sent off for a second bookable offence on 29 minutes.
A four-minute spell in the second half wrapped up the game for Spain as Albert Luque netted the opener on 59 minutes and his strike was swiftly followed by one from Raul.
In the 68th minute, Belgium blew any chance of a comeback when Bart Goor was dismissed for foul and abusive language.
Bosnia-Herzegovina's derby with Serbia & Montenegro passed off without any major incident on the pitch after a 0-0 draw in Sarajevo.
Police had been fearful of a stormy evening due to the history between the nations but there was nothing to inflame either set of supporters.
Both sides had played just one match in the qualifiers prior to their showdown, with Bosnia holding Spain at home and Serbia winning in San Marino.
Their respective unbeaten records remain intact after neither team could muster enough guile to break the deadlock.
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