Matches

21/07/2010
1:1 (1:0)
  • Ebere ORJI (16')
  • Alina GARCIAMENDEZ (77')

Summary

Garciamendez keeps dream alive

A second-half equaliser from Alina Garciamendez booked Mexico a place in the quarter-finals as Group C winners by virtue of goals scored, with opponents Nigeria also making it through.

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Line-up

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Substitute(s)

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Coaches

Ndem EGAN (NGA)
(MEX) Roberto MEDINA

Officials

Referee: Christina PEDERSEN (NOR)Assistant Referee 1: Hege STEINLUND (NOR)Assistant Referee 2: Lada ROJC (CRO)Fourth official: HONG Eun Ah (KOR)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 12)


Latest Comments:
Maryno.21
22/07/2010 at 19:50
Maryno.21 (USA)
the girls did pretty good!! Nigeria was really good too!! i really want mexico to win this
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FebianWordu
22/07/2010 at 04:05
FebianWordu (Nigeria)
I Will just have to say that GOD be with u girls till the end of the game and i pray u make it to the Final stage and also win because u girls are now mouch moore better than the male team u girl should just do ur best and GOD will handle the rest and i just believe u girls will make us proud ONE LOVE MY SISTHERS
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mexicantopo
22/07/2010 at 01:14
Come on Mexico!!!! I know you can reach the final!
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Statistics

12Shots11
2Corner kicks6
0Yellow cards0
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
46%Possession (%)54%
  • Nayeli Rangel of Mexico yells
  • Amarachi Okoronkwo of Nigeria runs with the ball
  • Mar Rodriguez (C) of Mexico, Martina Ohadugha (L) and Amarachi Okoronkwo (R) of Nigeria battle for the ball
  • Olivia Jimenez (L) of Mexico and Martina Ohadugha (R) of Nigeria battle for the ball
  • The team of Mexico celebrates after winning the FIFA U20 Women's World Cup Group C match between Nigeria and Mexico
  • Nayeli Rangel (7) of Mexico celebrates scoring the first goal during the FIFA U20 Women's World Cup Group C match between Nigeria and Mexico

"My team is growing and they’ve already learnt a lot, and they’re going to carry on learning," Roberto Medina, Mexico coach.