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03/07/2011
2:3 (0:1)
  • Shoya NAKAJIMA (77')
  • Fumiya HAYAKAWA (88')
  • LEO (16')
  • ADEMILSON (48')
  • ADRYAN (60')

Summary

Seleção survive late scare to reach semis
Brazil edged out Japan 3-2 in Queretaro on Sunday to set up a semi-final date at the FIFA U-17 World Cup with fellow South Americans Uruguay. More »

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Coaches

Hirofumi YOSHITAKE (JPN)
(BRA) Emerson AVILA

Officials

Referee: Roberto GARCIA (MEX)Assistant Referee 1: Alejandro AYALA (MEX)Assistant Referee 2: Victor CALDERON (MEX)Fourth official: Paul DELGADILLO (MEX)Fifth official: Juan RODAS (HON)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 41)


Latest Comments:
Billybob321
06/07/2011 at 01:04
Billybob321 (Hong Kong)
Unlucky Japan :( great job
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kuandio
05/07/2011 at 08:34
kuandio (USA)
This was very sad, I saw the first half, and I don't think I've seen a team in any tournament or age group that moved the ball around as nicely as this youth Japan team since I saw Barcelona beat Man U. Brazil won, but I think this Japan team will be very, very good in the near future
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Take-samurai
05/07/2011 at 00:55
Take-samurai (Japan)
Today's game is sure to be connected in the future though it was regrettable. GAMBARE!Japan!
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Statistics

11Shots19
2Corner kicks8
0Yellow cards1
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
51%Possession (%)49%
  • Guilherme of Brazil battles with Hideki Ishegi of Japan
  • Ademilson of Brazil celebrates
  • Dejection for players of Japan
  • Dejection for players of Japan
  • Ademilson of Brazil scores
  • A general view of the Estadio Corregidora as Leo of Brazil celebrates
“This was a very hard game for us. The Japanese asked a lot of questions and we had to be at our very best to answer them, especially in the second half," Brazil coach Emerson Avila.