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28/10/2009

Summary

Stalemate in soggy Calabar
Colombia and Iran failed to reward the rain-soaked fans in Calabar with a goal as they settled for a share of the points in their Group C clash. More »

Line-up

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1
2
2
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4
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5
7
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11
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19
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Substitute(s)

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12
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21
7
3
8
6
14
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16
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Coaches

Ali DOUSTIMEHR (IRN)
(COL) Ramiro VIAFARA

Officials

Referee: Michael HESTER (NZL)Assistant Referee 1: Jan Hendrik HINTZ (NZL)Assistant Referee 2: Tevita MAKASINI (TGA)Fourth official: Peter O LEARY (NZL)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 36)


Latest Comments:
Colombo_Mex
29/10/2009 at 23:08
Keeping in mind that it was such a soaked playing field, and knowing that Colombia is much better in dry ground, it was pretty good for Iran. Had the ground be dry, who knows...Colombia has proved to have very skillful players
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soroush-IRN
29/10/2009 at 15:27
iran will win the dutch with power and will qualify to second stage as first team
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mohammad369
29/10/2009 at 13:05
Iran will win againts Netherland 2-0 and qualified to second stage as first team.
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Statistics

14Shots16
3Corner kicks6
1Yellow cards2
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
47%Possession (%)53%
  • Referee Michael Hester warms up during the rain delay
  • Colombia line up
  • Colombia's Jhojan Caicedo
  • Colombia's Jeison Murillo and Iran's Mehrdad Yeganeh (L) in action
  • Colombia's Gustavo Cuellar (L) and Iran's Omid Alishah in action
  • Iran's Payam Sadeghian and Colombia's Jhojan Caicedo (L) in action
"With the pitch the way it was, either team could have won that game. Because of this we are happy to have earned a point tonight. The Nigerian fans were behind us tonight and we are happy to have won them over." Ramiro Viafara, Colombia coach