Matches

09/09/2010
6:0 (3:0)
  • Mai KYOKAWA (10' 32' PEN 59')
  • Yoko TANAKA (27')
  • Kumi YOKOYAMA (70')
  • Hikari NAGASHIMA (90'+2)

Summary

Japanese bounce back in style

Japan revived their tournament hopes with a sparkling performance to overwhelm Venezuela 6-0 at Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva.

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Line-up

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1
2
2
4
3
5
4
6
5
7
6
8
7
9
9
10
10
15
11
16
17

Substitute(s)

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12
21
13
3
8
11
14
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15
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16
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19
19
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21

Coaches

Hiroshi YOSHIDA (JPN)
(PAN) Kenneth ZSEREMETA

Officials

Referee: Quetzalli ALVARADO (MEX)Assistant Referee 1: Lixy ENRIQUEZ (MEX)Assistant Referee 2: Mayte CHAVEZ (MEX)Fourth official: Shane DE SILVA (TRI)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 5)


Latest Comments:
Ian_Vinotint
12/09/2010 at 02:54
Ian_Vinotint (Venezuela)
Congratulations Japan! You were above us, we have lost the match but not the HOPE to move to the second leg.
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The_Best_23
10/09/2010 at 20:38
The_Best_23 (Belize)
HAHA !!! I remember a few days ago I saw an article saying "Venezuela is no push-over". I guess they were wrong... 6-0 is MORE than a push-over.
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ngcobo.scelo
10/09/2010 at 12:16
ngcobo.scelo (South Africa)
What a great performence and scoreline for the Japaniese............... This should really propel them in the rught direction..................
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Statistics

28Shots8
5Corner kicks3
2Yellow cards1
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
72%Possession (%)28%
  • Mai Kyokawa of Japan celebrates her first half goal
  • Mai Kyokawa of Japan in action
  • Mai Kyokawa of Japan in action
  • Yoko Tanaka (C) of Japan battles for the ball with Yurimar Toledo (L) of Venezuela
  • Mai Kyokawa (R) of Japan celebrates her first half goal with Haruna Kawashima
  • Haruna Kawashima (2R) of Japan battles with Genesis Moreno (L) of Venezuela

“We have to face up to the fact we lost and that Japan outplayed us. We were a bit up and down at the start but we had our chance and failed to take it. We shouldn’t take anything away from Japan though. It was their day today. They changed their tactics from the Spain game and the switches we made didn’t work out,” Kenneth Zseremeta, Venezuela coach.