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14/07/2010
1:1 (0:1)
  • Sydney LEROUX (70')
  • Elizabeth CUDJOE (7')

Summary

Leroux to the rescue for USA

They have started every previous FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup with a victory but defending champions USA came up against a spirited Ghana side in Group D and had to settle for a draw.

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Line-up

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21
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4
3
5
4
6
5
9
6
11
9
12
11
13
12
15
19
17
20
18

Substitute(s)

18
1
21
16
7
2
8
3
10
7
13
8
14
10
15
14
16
19
17
20

Coaches

Jill ELLIS (USA)
(GHA) James DADZIE

Officials

Referee: Dagmar DAMKOVA (CZE)Assistant Referee 1: Maria Luisa VILLA GUTIERREZ (ESP)Assistant Referee 2: Yolanda PARGA RODRIGUEZ (ESP)Fourth official: Florence GUILLEMIN (FRA)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 2)


Latest Comments:
usafan9
16/07/2010 at 14:31
usafan9 (USA)
Go USA men may not be the best soccer country but in women your one of the best.
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nattyd02
16/07/2010 at 10:06
nattyd02 (Ghana)
A good start for the Black Princesses of Ghana. Gooo Ghana Gooooooo. It's a beautiful start. Get another draw and demolish the Swiss to move on
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Statistics

25Shots15
11Corner kicks3
0Yellow cards1
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
53%Possession (%)47%
  • Kendall Johnson (L), Toni Pressley (R) of USA and Samira Suleman (C) of  Ghana compete for the ball
  • Crystal Dunn (L) of USA and Deborah Afriyie (R) of Ghana compete for the ball
  • Amber Brookds #20 of USA and Elizabeth Addo (L) of Ghana compete for the ball
  • Crystal Dunn #4 of USA and Samira Suleman #7 of Ghana compete for the ball
  • Toni Pressley (L) of USA and Faiza Ibrahim (R) of Ghana compete for the ball during the 2010 FIFA Women's World Cup Group D match between USA and Ghana
  • Crystal Dunn #4 of USA and Samira Suleman #7 of Ghana compete for the ball

"The game was keenly contested and for me the result showed that both teams are equally good," James Kukuu Dadzie, Ghana coach.