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16/07/2010
2:1 (1:0)
  • YUN Hyon Hi (12')
  • KIM Un Hyang (65' PEN)
  • Bridgette ARMSTRONG (90')

Summary

Korea DPR cruise into the last eight

Two wins from two games leave Korea DPR contemplating a quarter-final clash while for New Zealand their qualifying hopes lie in tatters.

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Line-up

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20
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10
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13
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11
17
13
20
14

Substitute(s)

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21
16
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6
4
8
12
12
15
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16
18
19
19
9
21

Coaches

CHOE Kwang Sok (PRK)
(ENG) Tony READINGS

Officials

Referee: Mercy TAGOE (GHA)Assistant Referee 1: Mana DZODOPE (TOG)Assistant Referee 2: Tempa NDAH (BEN)Fourth official: Florence GUILLEMIN (FRA)

Have Your Say

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Latest Comments:
20100717
17/07/2010 at 02:57
20100717 (China PR)
GO FOR GOLD Korea DPR
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Statistics

23Shots13
7Corner kicks6
0Yellow cards1
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
55%Possession (%)45%
  • Un Hui Hyon #2 of North Korea and Hannah Wilkinson #7 of New Zealand compete for the ball
  • Briony Fisher of New Zealand looks dejected
  • Myong Hwa Jon #17 of North Korea and Annalie Longo #10 of New Zealand compete for the ball
  • Betsy Hassett #8 of New Zealand looks dejected after the 2010 FIFA Women's World Cup Group B match between North Korea and New Zealand
  • The team of North Korea celebrate after the 2010 FIFA Women's World Cup Group B match between North Korea and New Zealand
  • Kwang Sok Choe, head coach of North Korea looks on during the 2010 FIFA Women's World Cup Group B match between North Korea and New Zealand

"I'm very proud of the team. They all gave 100 per cent and I think a point would have been a fair result," Tony Readings, New Zealand coach.