Matches

01/08/2010
1:0 (0:0)
  • JI So Yun (49')

Summary

Ji finishes with a flourish

Korea Republic ended their first FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup tournament for six years with a 1-0 win over Colombia which means they claim the bronze medal. 

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Line-up

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Coaches

CHOI In Cheul (KOR)
(COL) Ricardo ROZO

Officials

Referee: Bibiana STEINHAUS (GER)Assistant Referee 1: Marina WOZNIAK (GER)Assistant Referee 2: Yolanda PARGA RODRIGUEZ (ESP)Fourth official: Mercy TAGOE (GHA)

Have Your Say

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Latest Comments:
Chi-Woo
04/10/2010 at 02:28
Chi-Woo (USA)
Great finish!! what a way to make your presence felt!!!! KEEP UP THE HARD WORK AND ONE DAY KOREAN WOMEN'S SOCCER WILL BE THE BEST!!!! GO KOREA!!!!!!
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aedelgado74
02/08/2010 at 19:20
Colombia played a tremendous game even though it lost. But I am proud of my cafeteras. This Means Colombia is back as a heavy contender in FIFA World Cups
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Kaithong
02/08/2010 at 17:39
Kaithong (Singapore)
Ji So-Yun THE BEST!!!
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Statistics

12Shots8
4Corner kicks0
0Yellow cards3
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
51%Possession (%)49%
  • The team of Colombia walks off dejected after losing the 2010 FIFA Women's World Cup third place match between South Korea and Colombia
  • The team of South Korea celebrate
  • Hye Ri Kim of South Korea celebrate with her team mates
  • Hye Ri Kim of South Korea celebrate with her team mates
  • Hye Ri Kim of South Korea celebrate with her team mates
  • Franz Beckenbauer, chairman of the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup Committee, FIFA president Joseph S. Blatter and Steffi Jones, chairman of the Local Organising Committee

"We fully deserved to be in the match for third place. In the last few years women's football has developed leaps and bounds. You could see that the level was very high at this tournament," Choi In-Cheul, Korea Republic coach.