Matches

06/07/2011

Summary

Goalless send-off for Korea DPR and Colombia

A match high on chances finished 0-0, meaning the North Koreans and Las Cafeteras will both exit Germany 2011 having failed to win a game or score a goal.

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Line-up

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12
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3
6
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8
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9
6
10
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11
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12
14
13
18
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19
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20

Substitute(s)

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21
21
1
2
2
4
7
7
8
14
10
19
11
20
15
5
16
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Coaches

KIM Kwang Min (PRK)
(COL) Ricardo ROZO

Officials

Referee: Christina PEDERSEN (NOR)Assistant Referee 1: Hege STEINLUND (NOR)Assistant Referee 2: Lada ROJC (CRO)Fourth official: Quetzalli ALVARADO (MEX)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 5)


Latest Comments:
mexico24
07/07/2011 at 02:57
mexico24 (USA)
colombia did great, it takes time to improve
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Martina-USA
06/07/2011 at 22:07
The Colombian team needs a new coach! The players don't move around and position themselves well around the field. They could do better, My big question is, why there weren't substitutions in the second half? Where was Ricon and the others. Why discourage the young players by not permitting them to play? They didn't lose the games, the coach did!
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xxcopetexx
06/07/2011 at 17:20
Colombia 2-0
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Statistics

14Shots19
2Corner kicks2
0Yellow cards0
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
52%Possession (%)48%
  • Players of Colombia
  • Orianica Velasquez (C) of Colombia is challenged by Jon Myong Hwa of Korea DPR
  • Diana Ospina (L) of Colombia is challenged by Paek Sol Hui of Korea DPR
  • Natalia Gaitan (L) of Colombia is challenged by Ra Un Sim of Korea DPR
  • Yu Jong Hui (L) of Korea DPR and Orianica Velasquez of Colombia battle for the ball
  • Jon Myong Hwa (R) of Korea DPR and Daniela Montoya of Colombia battle for the ball

"Our players were quite inexperienced before this tournament and thanks to these matches we have been able to gain quite a bit of experience," Kim Kwang Min, Korea DPR coach.