Matches

08/09/2010
4:1 (2:1)
  • KIM Nari (27')
  • YEO Minji (40')
  • KIM Dahye (76')
  • LEE Yoo Na (90')
  • Fernanda PINA (37')

Summary

Korean joy is Mexico's pain

South Korea didn’t have things all their own way in the 4-1 win over Mexico, but the result sees them through to the quarter-finals as the Mexicans head for home.

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Line-up

18
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4
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5
7
6
9
7
10
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11
9
13
10
14
11
18
15
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Substitute(s)

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12
21
20
2
2
12
3
13
6
14
8
16
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16
19
17
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21

Coaches

CHOI Duck Joo (KOR)
(MEX) Saul RESENDIZ

Officials

Referee: Estela ALVAREZ (ARG)Assistant Referee 1: Mariana CORBO (URU)Assistant Referee 2: Maria ROCCO (ARG)Fourth official: Therese SAGNO (GUI)

Have Your Say

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Latest Comments:
jstraus
09/09/2010 at 11:29
jstraus (Korea Republic)
Good job, Korea Republic.. As expected, Germany(1st) and Korea Rep.(2nd) go on to 2nd Round..
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Statistics

22Shots13
3Corner kicks3
0Yellow cards1
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
51%Possession (%)49%
  • Choi Duck Joo of South Korea
  • Saul Resendiz of Mexico looks on
  • Lee Geum Min of South Korera in action during the FIFA U17 Women's World Cup match between South Korea and Mexico at the Dwight Yorke Stadium on September 8, 2010
  • Lee Jungeun (R) of South Korea battles with Tanya Samarzich
  • The South Korea Team line up during the FIFA U17 Women's World Cup match between South Korea and Mexico at the Dwight Yorke Stadium on September 8, 2010
  • The Mexico Team line up for their National Anthem during the FIFA U17 Women's World Cup match between South Korea and Mexico at the Dwight Yorke Stadium on September 8, 2010

We need to develop from game to game and hopefully we can go a long way. We must keep going and pushing forward to show the kind of team we can be. Korea Republic coach, Choi Duck Joo