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19/06/2011
3:0 (0:0)
  • Juan Cruz MASCIA (52')
  • Guillermo MENDEZ (85' PEN)
  • Elbio ALVAREZ (90'+3)

Summary

Uruguay grind down clever Canucks
Ace striker Juan Cruz Mascia led the way as Uruguay downed impressive North American outfit Canada 3-0 in their Group C contest in Pachuca. More »

Line-up

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1
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2
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3
7
5
8
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11
8
13
9
15
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17
13
19
17
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20

Substitute(s)

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18
21
21
4
4
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11
6
12
9
14
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16
19
18
7

Coaches

Fabian COITO (URU)
(CAN) Sean FLEMING

Officials

Referee: Alexey NIKOLAEV (RUS)Assistant Referee 1: Anton AVERYANOV (RUS)Assistant Referee 2: Tikhon KALUGIN (RUS)Fourth official: Pavel KRALOVEC (CZE)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 10)


Latest Comments:
UruBest
20/06/2011 at 19:10
UruBest (USA)
great defence and goalkeeper.! but Uruguay needs a head. A middle man who creates chances for the strikers.
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karl32
20/06/2011 at 08:21
karl32 (Estonia)
vamos Uruguay goooo gooooooo :D
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bimmernico
20/06/2011 at 02:29
bimmernico (Uruguay)
If Uruguay play the other games like this one our chances to get the World Cup will be very poor we need to improve the attacking approach we need to go to the front with ideas ,we fail just to do that this time, and in my opinion it could been at least 5-0 but we didn't have speed in the attacking approach and like I said no ideas and creativity. Go Uruguay !!
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Statistics

21Shots7
8Corner kicks7
0Yellow cards1
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
50%Possession (%)50%
  • Bryce Alderson of Canada battles with Jim Varela of Uruguay
  • Juan Cruz Mascia of Uruguay celebrates his goal with team mates
  • Samuel Piette of Canada battles with Rodrigo Aguirre of Uruguay
  • Juan Cruz Mascia of Uruguay celebrates his goal with Gaston Silva
  • Sadi Jalali of Canada battles with Alejandro Furia of Uruguay
  • Guillermo Mendez  of Uruguay celebrates his goal with his team mates
“The second half was the big difference for us; we found our way to goal and I think overall we deserved the win,” Uruguay coach Fabian Coito.