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05/09/2010
1:3 (0:1)
  • Jermaine SEOPOSENWE (53')
  • YEO Minji (37' 56')
  • SHIN Damyeong (77')

Summary

Bantwana undone by cool Koreans

Korea Republic punished the South Africans for their profligacy in Tobago on Sunday, winning out 3-1 in an up-and-down Group B contest.

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Coaches

Solomon LUVHENGO (RSA)
(KOR) CHOI Duck Joo

Officials

Referee: Tanja HAUSOTT (AUT)Assistant Referee 1: Shirley PERELLO (HON)Assistant Referee 2: Secim DEMIREL (TUR)Fourth official: Michelle PYE (CAN)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 9)


Latest Comments:
ngcobo.scelo
08/09/2010 at 11:46
ngcobo.scelo (South Africa)
Just do the bst you can girls.............. We know that you are still on a learning curve..............
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nathan1969
07/09/2010 at 15:06
nathan1969 (South Africa)
If we can stay focussed on defense and mark tightly we will do well to keep the Germans at bay. We looked very good in the opening stages against the Koreans denying them rythm.It will be vital to take our chances in this game and we need some pace in our attack especially on the flanks. Good luck girls
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OsamaBlaq45
07/09/2010 at 11:52
OsamaBlaq45 (South Africa)
Forget about many things and make us proud.I know u can do it.Remember that we luv u and we are with u for each game that u'r playing
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Statistics

12Shots18
0Corner kicks3
2Yellow cards1
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
49%Possession (%)51%
  • South Africa line-up before the FIFA U17 Women's W
  • Kim Areum of South Korea
  • Shin Damyeong of South Korea celebrates after scoring
  • Lee Jungeun of South Korea is challenged by Rachel Sebati of South Africa
  • Robyn Moodaly of South Africa is challenged by Lee Jungeun of South Korea
  • Solomon Luvhengo coach of South Africa

The South Africans were strong and fast and they put us under a lot of pressure. Early on we didn’t play very well, but we adjusted and in the end we were strong enough to win the game. Choi Duk-Joo, Korea coach