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Matches

05/07/2011
2:2 (0:2)
  • Rebecca SMITH (90')
  • Hannah WILKINSON (90'+4)
  • Stephany MAYOR (2')
  • Maribel DOMINGUEZ (29')

Summary

New Zealand late show denies Mexico
New Zealand scored two goals in the dying minutes for a dramatic 2-2 comeback draw against Mexico to secure their first FIFA Women’s World Cup™ point, and deny their opponents a maiden victory on the world stage. More »

Line-up

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Substitute(s)

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Coaches

John HERDMAN (ENG)
(MEX) Leonardo CUELLAR

Officials

Referee: Jenny PALMQVIST (SWE)Assistant Referee 1: Helen KARO (SWE)Assistant Referee 2: Anna NYSTROM (SWE)Fourth official: Jacqui MELKSHAM (AUS)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 14)


Latest Comments:
AllWhite96
06/07/2011 at 05:31
AllWhite96 (New Zealand)
awesome to get our first point, and in such a dramatic way!!! well done girls
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kewellowen
06/07/2011 at 05:18
who got the last assist for new zealand?!! was it percival, i can't tell?!!
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Abstrakto
06/07/2011 at 05:11
Abstrakto (Mexico)
Mexican girls, you deserve all my respect. My hat's off to you! Las amamos!
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Statistics

19Shots10
7Corner kicks2
1Yellow cards1
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
52%Possession (%)48%
  • Kristy Hill of New Zealand and her team mates perform the Haka
  • Hannah Wilkinson (17) of New Zealand scores
  • Natalie Garcia of Mexico is challenged by Sarah Gregorius of New Zealand
  • Maribel Dominguez of Mexico poses with her player of the match award
  • Katie Bowen of New Zealand and Anna Green of New Zealand celebrate
  • Maribel Dominguez of Mexico grabs the ball after the first New Zealand goal

“To win our first point in this way is like winning the World Cup. If we’d had another three minutes or so, I reckon we would have gone on and won,” John Herdman, New Zealand coach