Matches

21/09/2010
2:1 (2:1)
  • YEO Minji (25')
  • JOO Soojin (39')
  • Amanda SAMPEDRO (23')

Summary

South Korea set up all-Asia final

Korea Republic beat Spain 2-1 in Couva in the first semi-final of T&T 2010 and will move on to face east Asian rivals Japan in the tournament’s grand finale.

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Line-up

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17
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Substitute(s)

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21
4
2
9
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12
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Coaches

CHOI Duck Joo (KOR)
(ESP) Jorge VILDA

Officials

Referee: Michelle PYE (CAN)Assistant Referee 1: Mariana CORBO (URU)Assistant Referee 2: Maria ROCCO (ARG)Fourth official: Estela ALVAREZ (ARG)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 21)


Latest Comments:
Chi-Woo
24/09/2010 at 04:18
Chi-Woo (USA)
OMG!!!! did anyone see the goal Yeo Min-Ji scored against Spain?? Simply "Spectacular" !!! and Ju Soo-Jin's goal... where she penetrated deep with the ball and then faked out 3 players including the goal keeper to put S. Korea up for good!!!! Good Job Girls!!!!!! I know there's immense pressure to win, but always remember this; just do what you guys have been practicing since day one and play our brand of soccer then I am absolutely, positively SURE that you girls will be crowned CHAMPIONS!!! GO KOREA!!!!! SHOW THE WORLD YOU GIRLS ARE THE BEST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Kaka00_KOR
23/09/2010 at 14:41
Kaka00_KOR (Korea Republic)
I know Korea Republic will win the world cup. Because Korea is the best. Japan is a great team too. But they won't win Spain. I wish Korea won the world cup. LET'S GO KOREA! Reds Go Together! Dae~ Han Min Gook!(Every women in U-17 is great but Yeo Min Ji is the best.) PS. I don't care if Korea lose at Final. Because i'm proud of Korea went to Final.
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Chi-Woo
23/09/2010 at 04:48
Chi-Woo (USA)
Yeo Min ji of South Korea is something else! I think she will win the scoring title, golden shoe and will lead her team to the ultimate prize!!!! GO KOREA!!! and most importantly BEAT JAPAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Statistics

10Shots24
1Corner kicks4
1Yellow cards0
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
34%Possession (%)66%
  • Sara Merida of Spain controls the ball
  • Hikari Takagi of Japan celebrates after scoring during t
  • Choi Duck Joo coach of South Korea stands out in the rain
  • Shin Damyeong of South Korea leads the celebrations
  • Joo Soojin of South Korea challenges Ivana Andres of Spain
  • Kim Daye and Yeo MinJi (10) of South Korea celebrate

I’m happy with the work the team put in and I can’t fault my players in any way. The ball just didn’t want to go in, that’s all. Jorge Vilda, Spain coach.