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16/10/2009
0:0 a.e.t. 4:3 PSO

Summary

Ghana sink Seleção for gold

Ten-man Ghana beat Brazil in a dramatic penalty shoot-out in the final of Egypt 2009 to win the FIFA U-20 World Cup for the first time in their history.

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Coaches

Sellas TETTEH (GHA)
(BRA) ROGERIO

Officials

Referee: Frank DE BLEECKERE (BEL)Assistant Referee 1: Peter HERMANS (BEL)Assistant Referee 2: Walter VROMANS (BEL)Fourth official: Alberto UNDIANO (ESP)Fifth official: Fermin MARTINEZ (ESP)

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Latest Comments:
tobo123
09/07/2010 at 06:01
tobo123 (Wales)
ghana are cheaters i no brazil have just maicon but they have 4 ghana national over 21 players in koom mensah ayew and adiyah
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Fiifikofi
16/06/2010 at 23:01
Fiifikofi (USA)
To all you haters, especially brazilians, I'm watching replays of your team cry after you couldn't score on a 10 player team. Please stay in delusion that brazil deserved to win. Based on my hard work, I deserve to be a billionaire, according to brazilian mentality
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TheLegend100
27/10/2009 at 04:17
USA has won world cups too in womens football, but brazil does not have any world cup in womens football. When it comes to womens football USA is far ahead of brazil and you know this!!!!!!!!!
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Statistics

10Shots26
6Corner kicks7
0Yellow cards3
0Second yellow card and red card0
1Red Cards0
43%Possession (%)57%
  • Ghana's players celebrate after beating Brazil to win the FIFA U-20 World Cup in Cairo
  • Dominic Adiyiah of Ghana wins the adidas Golden Ball Award for outstanding player of the competition, Alex Teixeira of Brazil wins the adidas Silver Ball and Giuliano of Brazil wins the adidas Bronze Ball
  • Dominic Adiyiah of Ghana receives the Adidas Golden Shoe award
  • Guiliano of Brazil receives the Adidas Bronze Ball award
  • Esteban Alvarado of Costa Rica receives the Adidas Golden Glove award
  • Vladimir Koman of Hungary receives the Adidas Silver Shoe award
"We are worthy winners of this tournament. When Daniel Addo was sent off I wasn't alarmed as I went through the same thing two years ago in the U17 World Cup in Korea when Brazil were again the opponents." Sellas Tetteh, Ghana coach