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08/09/2010
10:1 (9:1)
  • Lena LOTZEN (12')
  • Kyra MALINOWSKI (19' 29' 36' 57')
  • Melanie LEUPOLZ (24' 25')
  • Lena PETERMANN (35' 37')
  • Jermaine SEOPOSENWE (45' OG)
  • Jermaine SEOPOSENWE (31')

Summary

Germans smash Bantwana for record win

Germany hammered poor South Africa 10-1 in Tobago on Wednesday 8 September, collecting the largest win in the history of the women’s U-17 finals.

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Line-up

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16
3
3
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5
6
7
8
8
9
9
11
10
14
11
15
13
18
19

Substitute(s)

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1
21
21
2
2
7
6
10
12
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19
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20
15

Coaches

Ralf PETER (GER)
(RSA) Solomon LUVHENGO

Officials

Referee: Michelle PYE (CAN)Assistant Referee 1: Shirley PERELLO (HON)Assistant Referee 2: Rita MUNOZ (MEX)Fourth official: Therese SAGNO (GUI)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 31)


Latest Comments:
The_Best_23
16/09/2010 at 00:51
The_Best_23 (Belize)
You better hope not to play Germany again if you want to shine anytime soon...
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BDouwie
11/09/2010 at 14:36
BDouwie (South Africa)
Im still proudly South African, our time will come when we shine. GO BANTWANA!!!
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The_Best_23
10/09/2010 at 20:55
The_Best_23 (Belize)
So, can soeone please tell me again... how is someone going to beat us ?¿?
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Statistics

32Shots8
12Corner kicks3
0Yellow cards1
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
62%Possession (%)38%
  • Rachel Sebati, Kaylin Swart and Kelso Paskin of Sou
  • Kaylin Swart of South Africa shows her frustration
  • Kyra Malinowski (C) of Germany celebrates with Lena Lotzen (2L) and Lena Petermann
  • Solomon Luvhengo of South Africa looks on
  • Ralf Peter of Germany looks on
  • The scoreboard shows the 10-1 score

We had some trouble in the opening minutes of this game because South Africa put good pressure on us. We played OK in the first half, but the second half was not good and we will need to talk about it. Ralf Peter, Germany coach