-- DORTMUND, June 10 - Trinidad & Tobago, reduced to 10 men for almost the entire second half, excelled on their World Cup debut by holding fancied Sweden to a 0-0 draw on Saturday. The Caribbean side found themselves down to 10 men in the first minute of the second half when defender Avery John received a second yellow card for making a lunging tackle on Christian Wilhelmsson. Though Sweden pressed throughout almost the entire second period, they found it hard to break down the resolute Trinidad defence and keeper Shaka Hislop made a string of great saves. Earlier in Group B, England beat Paraguay 1-0.
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