Matches

25/06/2011

Summary

Kiwis, USA draw through in Pachuca
A 0-0 stalemate between New Zealand and USA was enough to take both sides through to the knockout rounds from Group D at the FIFA U-17 World Cup. More »

Line-up

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Coaches

Wilmer CABRERA (COL)
(NZL) Aaron McFARLAND

Officials

Referee: Bas NIJHUIS (NED)Assistant Referee 1: Erwin ZEINSTRA (NED)Assistant Referee 2: Kim HAGLUND (NOR)Fourth official: Svein Oddvar MOEN (NOR)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 38)


Latest Comments:
dqtruong
27/06/2011 at 21:20
dqtruong (USA)
#1 rule in sports is play to win. Very bad move for the US. I'd blame the coaches for not teaching the youngsters right. You get what you deserve ... Germany. The tournament ends here for the US. I am predicting a 4-1 win for the Germans. No disrespect to NZ but you (the US) gotta push for a win. And, how could you lose to Uzbek (i mean no disrespect to Uzbek)? Perhaps, i had too much faith in US soccer where the senior side just got whipped by Mexico. I'll watch bowling from now on.
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soccergirl71
26/06/2011 at 08:13
soccergirl71 (Australia)
Well done NZ. Absolutely Amazing. Hope Jesse Edge is ok he's a much needed player. The Nz Goal keeper was exceptional. Go NZ.
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mexico24
26/06/2011 at 05:23
mexico24 (USA)
kiwiws seem to be improving their soccer
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Statistics

20Shots4
10Corner kicks1
0Yellow cards2
1Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
50%Possession (%)50%
  • Tim Payne of New Zealand look on
  • The New Zealand team group up
  • Alejandro Guido of USA in action
  • Kellyn Acosta of USA in action
  • Alfred Koroma of USA battles with Reece Lambert of New Zealand
  • Mario Rodriguez of USA battles with Jesse Edge of New Zealand
"We understand that Mexican fans don’t support us. This is clear because we are rivals; it is totally normal. It is something that our players are learning to deal with,” USA coach Wilmer Cabrera.