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16/11/2009
6:7 (2:4, 0:3, 4:0)
  • RICAR (2'43" 31'06")
  • MARTIN (9'30" 28'13")
  • PAMPERO (28'52")
  • FABIAN (30'39")
  • Robert LAUA (5'25" 14'23" 14'46")
  • Gibson HOSEA (7'54")
  • Nicholas MURI (8'25")
  • Timothy WALE (10'29")
  • Gideon OMOKIRIO (21'30")

Summary

Solomons eke out Uruguayan upset

Solomon Islands led Uruguay 7-2 with a mere six minutes remaining, but were forced to grind out a thrilling upset success after a spirited comeback.

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Line-up

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12
3
2
4
7
5
8
6
10

Substitute(s)

12
1
2
3
7
4
8
5
9
6
10
9
11
11

Coaches

Venancio RAMOS (URU)
(SOL) Henry KOTO

Officials

Referee: POLITO Fabio (ITA)Second referee: OGUNMUYIWA Jelili (NGA)Third referee: ZIMMERMANN Christian (SUI)Timekeeper: EIRIZ Ruben (ESP)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 3)


Latest Comments:
jmikkelsen02
19/11/2009 at 03:55
good job solomons
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Islandernomo
17/11/2009 at 05:32
Islandernomo (Solomon Islands)
Hem nao boys...all the best in the next one too.
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SLINCUTZ
16/11/2009 at 11:11
SLINCUTZ (Solomon Islands)
Go Solomon bilikiki Go
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Statistics

38Shots36
7Corner kicks2
3Overheads5
0Yellow cards3
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards1
51%Possession (%)49%
  • James Naka of Solomon Islands shoots
  • Ricar of Uruguay celebrates scoring
  • Robert Laua (L) of Solomon Islands is tailed by Uruguays's Fabian
  • Omo (R) of the Solomon Islands competes against Martin from Uruguay
  • James Naka of the Solomon Islands shoots
  • James Naka (L) of the Solomon Islands vies for the ball against Pampero from Uruguay

Robert Laua, Solomon Islands winger
I’m delighted to have scored three goals in my first match. We were very strong at the back in the last three minutes and we managed to hold on. We are very confident now of going through to the quarter-finals.