|Last Five Games||Date||Competition|
|L||United Arab EmiratesUAE||0-1||IraqIRQ||15 Jan, 2011||AFC Asian Cup|
|D||North KoreaPRK||0-0||United Arab EmiratesUAE||11 Jan, 2011||AFC Asian Cup|
|D||AustraliaAUS||0-0||United Arab EmiratesUAE||5 Jan, 2011||International Friendly|
|L||United Arab EmiratesUAE||0-2||ChileCHI||9 Oct, 2010||International Friendly|
|L||AlgeriaALG||1-0||United Arab EmiratesUAE||5 Jun, 2010||International Friendly|
|Iran IRN||1-0||United Arab Emirates UAE||10 Jun, 2009||World Cup Qualifying - AFC|
|United Arab Emirates UAE||1-1||Iran IRN||19 Nov, 2008||World Cup Qualifying - AFC|
|United Arab Emirates UAE||0-1||Iran IRN||7 Jun, 2008||World Cup Qualifying - AFC|
|Iran IRN||0-0||United Arab Emirates UAE||2 Jun, 2008||World Cup Qualifying - AFC|
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