Matches

02/07/2011
0:1 (0:0)
  • Lisa DAHLKVIST (64')

Summary

Sweden's Dahlkvist sinks Korea DPR

After a tight opening hour, a Lisa Dahlkvist goal earned Thomas Dennerby's team a 1-0 win over the North Koreans to move them on to maximum points from two matches.

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Coaches

KIM Kwang Min (PRK)
(SWE) Thomas DENNERBY

Officials

Referee: Estela ALVAREZ (ARG)Assistant Referee 1: Maria ROCCO (ARG)Assistant Referee 2: Yoly GARCIA (VEN)Fourth official: Finau VULIVULI (FIJ)

Have Your Say

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Nima_SWEDEN
05/07/2011 at 07:02
What a celebration from the Swedes! Congratulations for their victroy. Although they will miss Seger for the game against USA but the have a good substitution, Nilla Fischer.
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stugel
03/07/2011 at 00:23
stugel (USA)
Seger will be out of the Sweden vs USA game due to yellow card accumulation. Big blow for them but it may be a cagey affair anyway depending on results in other groups...each team may wish to avoid either Germany or France in the semifinals should they win their quarterfinal match ups.
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marhaba
02/07/2011 at 20:46
marhaba (USA)
Group B is the Group of Death. Great teams in Japan, New Zealand, England, and Mexico, but only two will advance! The biggest disappointment in both the 2010 men's and 2011 women's World Cup has been North Korea: winless in 5 tries, with a goal scored/goal allowed of 1 to 15. Perhaps FIFA could schedule more friendly matches against non Asian teams for North Korea.
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Statistics

7Shots14
8Corner kicks5
0Yellow cards1
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
53%Possession (%)47%
  • Jessica Landstrom of Sweden signs a jersey for a fan
  • Linda Forsberg of Sweden challenges Kim Chung Sim of Korea DPR
  • Head coach Kim Kwang Min of Korea DPR looks on
  • Jessica Landstrom of Sweden jumps for the ball
  • Sara Thunebro of Sweden challenges Jo Yun Mi of Korea DPR
  • AUGSBURG, GERMANY - JULY 02: (L-R) Kim Chung Sim, Ra Un Sim and Kim Un Ju of North Korea look deject

"I thought we did very well, our defence was great. Our original plan was that Korea DPR couldn’t get through – and they didn’t," Thomas Dennerby, Sweden coach.