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24/07/2010
2:0 (1:0)
  • Alexandra POPP (43')
  • Sylvia ARNOLD (69')

Summary

Popp and Arnold send Germany through

The host nation continued their winning run at the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup Germany 2010 with a comprehensive defeat of Korea DPR who lost a player to a red card.

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Line-up

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Substitute(s)

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Coaches

Maren MEINERT (GER)
(PRK) CHOE Kwang Sok

Officials

Referee: Silvia REYES (PER)Assistant Referee 1: Rita MUNOZ (MEX)Assistant Referee 2: Mayte CHAVEZ (MEX)Fourth official: Carol Anne CHENARD (CAN)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 3)


Latest Comments:
LoveCesc
25/07/2010 at 07:46
LoveCesc (Thailand)
Oh, no, North Korea! I supported you, but OK that you lost the great team!
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mexico24
25/07/2010 at 00:30
mexico24 (USA)
GOOD JOB GERMAN GIRLS
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Blue_Max
24/07/2010 at 19:25
Blue_Max (USA)
Bravo Germany. Appreciate the hard work on the pitch, and the discipline! By keeping cool in the face of very rough North Korean play, you were able to secure a solid victory. Well done, and best of luck in the semi-finals!
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Statistics

25Shots6
5Corner kicks6
1Yellow cards2
0Second yellow card and red card1
0Red Cards0
59%Possession (%)41%
  • Myong Hui Jo of North Korea looks dejected
  • Kristina Gessat (L) of Germany and Hyon Hi Yun (R) of North Korea compete for the ball
  • Sol Ryon Sin of North Korea looks dejected
  • BOCHUM, GERMANY - JULY 24: Bianca Schmidt of Germany throws the ball during the FIFA U20 Women's Wor
  • Alexandra Popp (L) of Germany celebrates
  • Turid Knaak (L) of Germany and Sol Ryon Sin (R) of North Korea

"We deserved the win because we were very disciplined going forward and we didn't give anything away at the back," Maren Meinert, Germany coach.