Matches

04/08/2011
3:0 (1:0)
  • Facundo FERREYRA (36')
  • Lucas VILLAFANEZ (84')
  • Adrian CIRIGLIANO (90'+6)

Summary

Argentina advance as Korea DPR lament
Argentina have won Group F at Colombia 2011 with late goals lifting the South Americans to a 3-0 victory over Korea DPR who return home in last place. More »

Line-up

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Substitute(s)

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21
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Coaches

Walter PERAZZO (ARG)
(PRK) JO Tong Sop

Officials

Referee: Noumandiez DOUE (CIV)Assistant Referee 1: Mohsen BEN SALEM (TUN)Assistant Referee 2: Jean Claude BIRUMUSHAHU (BDI)Fourth official: Wilson SENEME (BRA)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 14)


Latest Comments:
Pharoah2010
09/08/2011 at 04:58
Pharoah2010 (Egypt)
Don't cry for your team Argentina... Egypt will send it home... :))) (With all due respect to the Argentinian ppl and their wonderful players)
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mustpha
06/08/2011 at 01:55
mustpha (Egypt)
Egypt vs Argentina match is an early final for this tournement , both teams are unlucky to face each other .... I hope to see Egypt my country win ofc but i also like argentina , i hope both teams show what they got
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aluxbalum
05/08/2011 at 15:44
aluxbalum (USA)
Can´t wait Egypt vs Argentina a great match both teams proved they are on the top of their game, this could have easily been a semi final match. Best luck to both teams, I like Argentina but I also like Egypt
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Statistics

23Shots12
10Corner kicks0
3Yellow cards3
0Second yellow card and red card1
0Red Cards0
58%Possession (%)42%
  • Head coach Walter Perazzo of Argentina listens to his countries national anthem
  • Lucas Villafanez (R) of Argentina duels for the ball with Jang Song Hyok of Korea DPR
  • Jang Song Hyok (R) of Korea DPR fouls Juan Iturbe of Argentina
  • Argentina players celebrate Lucas Villafanez (#16) his goal
  • Leandro Gonzalez Pirez, Matias Laba and Nicolas Tagliafico of Argentina listens to their countries national anthem
  • Lucas Villafanez of Argentina celebrates
Our level was a bit under our first two matches but we did what we needed to win the match. It was a strange game, when we couldn’t score we had a lot of chances, and then we scored when we had not that many chances.
Walter Perazzo, Argentina coach