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Match 16 Dresden - Rudolf-Harbig-Stadion
Cloudy
17 July
2:4 (1:1)
  • Deborah AFRIYIE (28')
  • Elizabeth CUDJOE (56')
  • JI So Yun (41', 87')
  • KIM Narae (62')
  • KIM Jin Young (70')

Referee Christina PEDERSEN (NOR)

Summary

Korea Republic hit four again

Korea Republic hit four again

Korea Republic grabbed another three points in an enthralling struggle between two skilful, spirited sides in Dresden and booked their place in the quarter-finals.  For Ghana, who twice had the lead before succumbing to a 4-2 defeat, the situation is more complicated as they have only a single point to show from their two games in Group D. Ghana led 2-1 early in the second half but allowed their ...

Highlights

Line-up

GHA
KOR
Substitute(s)
Coaches
James DADZIE (GHA)
(KOR) CHOI In Cheul
Officials
  • Referee: Christina PEDERSEN (NOR)
  • Assistant Referee 1: Hege STEINLUND (NOR)
  • Assistant Referee 2: Lada ROJC (CRO)
  • Fourth official: Alexandra IHRINGOVA (ENG)
  • Misses next match if booked

Photos

  • Mercy Myles of Ghana runs with the ball
  • So Yun Ji of South Korea runs with the ball
  • The teams of Ghana and of South Korea shake hands
  • Edem Atovor (front) of Ghana and Hae In Jung (back) of South Korea battle for the ball
  • Juliet Acheampong (L) of Ghana and Hae In Jung (R) of South Korea battle for the ball
  • Elizabeth Cudjoe (L) of Ghana and Narae Kim (R) of South Korea battle for the ball
  • DRESDEN, GERMANY - JULY 17:  The team of Ghana lines up before the 2010 FIFA Women's World Cup Group
  • Mascot Carla is pictured jumping
  • Edem Atovor of Ghana looks dejected

Quotes

"Even when they go behind I tell our players to focus on their own game and that’s what they did," Choi In Cheul, Korea Republic coach

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    STATISTICS
    GhanaStatisticsKorea Republic
    14Shots18
    2Corner kicks9
    0Yellow cards2
    0Second yellow card and red card0
    0Red Cards0
    45%Possession (%)55%