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Matches

13/10/2009
3:2 (2:0)
  • Dominic ADIYIAH (10' 31')
  • Abeiku QUANSAH (81')
  • Marko FUTACS (73')
  • Adam BALAJTI (84')

Summary

Quansah fires Ghana to final
A thunderbolt from Abeiku Quansah was the difference as Ghana survived a late comeback from Hungary to book their place in the final. More »

Line-up

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Substitute(s)

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3
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Coaches

Sellas TETTEH (GHA)
(HUN) Imre KENYERES

Officials

Referee: Jorge LARRIONDA (URU)Assistant Referee 1: Pablo FANDINO (URU)Assistant Referee 2: Mauricio ESPINOSA (URU)Fourth official: Joel AGUILAR (SLV)Fifth official: Juan ZUMBA (SLV)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 307)


Latest Comments:
Tcrisp
16/10/2009 at 12:15
Tcrisp (Botswana)
Ghana totaly had this match, speed, agility, and posession. this is what u need to take the ball forward to score goals
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Karcsi
15/10/2009 at 19:57
Karcsi (USA)
I love the fighting spirt of the Hungarian team. They will take Hungarian football to new heights, starting with the bronze medal in this tournament. Remember these names, you will see them in a World Cup final in 2014 or 2018: Gulacsi, Szabo, Debreceni, Koman, Gosztonyi, Nemeth, Futacs, and Simon And. Throw in Szalai, Kadar, and Stieber for good measure, and Hungary has a Golden Team, second edition. HAJRA MAGYAROK!
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hunfan-HUN
15/10/2009 at 18:24
hunfan-HUN (Hungary)
Nice one, guys, we all love you very much! Szeretünk titeket! :) Go for the bronze! Hajrá!
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Statistics

27Shots15
5Corner kicks3
2Yellow cards2
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
56%Possession (%)44%
  • Giuliano of Brazil
  • A TV cameraman films Dominic Adiyiah of Ghana
  • Rafael of Brazil
  • Josue Martinez of Costa Rica
  • Giuliano of Brazil
  • Giuliano of Brazil
"It was a marvellous victory, we were under pressure and we came through. We played a great first half and went two goals up but we gave the ball away too much in the second period and started having problems. However, we were able to get back on track and hold out for the win, which shows how strong we are," Sellas Tetteh, Ghana coach.