Matches on Saturday May 5, 2001
|Final round||6||14:30||Madagascar mg||0–2||tn Tunisia||5,016||Stade Municipal de Mahamasina||Match Report|
|Final round||4||16:00||South Africa za||2–1||zw Zimbabwe||8,619||Soccer City||Match Report|
|Final round||7||16:00||Nigeria ng||2–0||lr Liberia||12,000||Yakubu Gowon Stadium||Match Report|
|Final round||7||16:30||Sierra Leone sl||1–1||gh Ghana||35,000||Siaka Stevens Stadium||Match Report|
|First round||5||17:30||Chinese Taipei tw||0–4||uz Uzbekistan||400||Amman International Stadium (Neutral Site)||Match Report|
|First round||5||20:00||Jordan jo||1–2||tm Turkmenistan||4,000||Amman International Stadium (Neutral Site)||Match Report|
|Regular Season||37||Liverpool||3–0||Newcastle Utd||Mark Halsey||Match Report|
|Regular Season||37||West Ham||3–0||Southampton||Clive Wilkes||Match Report|
|Regular Season||37||Arsenal||2–1||Leeds United||Peter Jones||Match Report|
|Regular Season||37||Leicester City||4–2||Tottenham||Mike Dean||Match Report|
|Regular Season||37||Aston Villa||3–2||Coventry City||Mike Riley||Match Report|
|Regular Season||37||Manchester Utd||0–1||Derby County||Neale Barry||Match Report|
|Regular Season||37||Sunderland||3–2||Charlton Ath||Steve Dunn||Match Report|
|Regular Season||37||Bradford City||1–1||Middlesbrough||Graham Barber||Match Report|
|Regular Season||37||Chelsea||2–1||Everton||Rob Harris||Match Report|
|Regular Season||33||Espanyol||0–0||Barcelona||Olímpic Lluís Companys||Mejuto González||Match Report|
|Regular Season||33||Celta Vigo||3–0||Real Madrid||Estadio de Balaídos||Fernández Marín||Match Report|
|Regular Season||33||Real Sociedad||1–2||Valencia||Anoeta||Medina Cantalejo||Match Report|
|Regular Season||32||Hansa Rostock||1–0||Energie Cottbus||Hartmut Strampe||Match Report|
|Regular Season||32||Leverkusen||0–1||Bayern Munich||Bernd Heynemann||Match Report|
|Regular Season||32||Hamburger SV||1–1||Kaiserslautern||Hellmut Krug||Match Report|
|Regular Season||32||1860 Munich||3–1||Köln||Florian Meyer||Match Report|
|Regular Season||32||Eint Frankfurt||3–0||Bochum||Markus Merk||Match Report|
|Regular Season||32||Schalke 04||2–1||Wolfsburg||Helmut Fleischer||Match Report|
|Regular Season||Columbus||0–0||Miami||MAPFRE Stadium||Michael Kennedy||Match Report||Required Extra Time|
|Regular Season||Dallas||0–1||Colorado||Cotton Bowl||Kevin Stott||Match Report|
|Regular Season||MetroStars||3–2||D.C. United||Giants Stadium||Tim Weyland||Match Report|
|Regular Season||Chicago||2–0||Tampa Bay||Soldier Field||Ricardo Valenzuela||Match Report|
|Regular Season||San Jose||3–2||New England||CEFCU Stadium||Alex Prus||Match Report|
|Regular Season||LA Galaxy||2–1||KC Wizards||Rose Bowl||Kevin Terry||Match Report||Required Extra Time|
|Regular Season||31||Twente||4–1||RBC Roosendaal||De Grolsch Veste||Hennie de Graaf||Match Report|
|Regular Season||31||AZ Alkmaar||2–3||Willem II||Alkmaarderhout||Dick Jol||Match Report|
|Regular Season||31||Vitesse||1–1||Roda JC||GelreDome||Ben Haverkort||Match Report|
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