FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup 2014

Day three of the 2014 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in Canada and Group A and B are back in action!

Hosts Canada are under pressure to earn their first point of the tournament after losing their opening match to Ghana. They will Finland were also defeated in their first campaign.

Current holders USA have started their 2014 campaign the same way they did in the previous edition, losing to Germany. As history will tell you, they are more than able to bounce back and go on to defend their title. They will have to beat Brazil in their second fixture of the competition in order to earn the crucial three points.

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Below is the schedule for day three. (Times listed as local time).

Day 3 Group Fixtures – 8 August 2014

Group A

Full-time: Ghana 0-3 Korea DPR

Goals: R.Un Sim 6′, 78′, J.So Yon 90+4′ PEN

Stadium: National Soccer Stadium, Toronto

Attendance: 16,503

Group A

Full-time: Canada 3 – 2 Finland

Goals: Juliette Kemppi 3′ 21′,Janine Beckle 48′, Valerie Sanderson 50′, Nichelle Prince 80′

Stadium: National Soccer Stadium, Toronto

Attendance: 16,503

Group B

Full-time: Germany 5 – 5 China PR

Goals: Pauline Bremer 10′, Zhu Beiyan 40′ 62′, Sara Dabritz 45+1′ 68′, Tang Jiali 48′, Theresa Panfil 51′ 71′, Lei Jiahui 52′, Zhang Chen 80′

Stadium: Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton

Attendance: 10,025

Group B

Full-time: USA 1 – 0 Brazil

Goals: Lindsey Horan 82′

Stadium: Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton

Attendance: 10,025

 

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18 Comments
  1. Author
    WSU 6 years ago

    We will be back to round up the action from Day three at the U-20 Women’s World Cup

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    WSU 6 years ago

    Statistics at full-time –
    Possession: 47% Ghana – Korea DPR 53%
    Goal attempts: 11 Ghana – Korea DPR 10
    Attempts on target: 7 Ghana – Korea DPR 6

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    WSU 6 years ago

    Full-time: Ghana 0-3 Korea DPR (R.Un Sim 6′, 78′, J.So Yon 90+4′ PEN)

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    WSU 6 years ago

    90+4′ GOAL! Ghana 0-3 Korea DPR (J.So Yon scores from the penalty spot!)

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    WSU 6 years ago

    92+’ Penalty to Korea DPR! Ghana goalkeeper lucky to just get a yellow card

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    WSU 6 years ago

    78′ GOAL! Ghana 0-2 Korea DPR (R.Un Sim scores her second goal of the game!)

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    WSU 6 years ago

    72′ Ghana put the ball in the back of the net but it is disallowed for a foul on the keeper. The ball may have already been in the goal before contact was made?

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    WSU 6 years ago

    Second half underway in Toronto: Ghana 0-1 Korea DPR

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    WSU 6 years ago

    TEAM NEWS:
    Germany Line-up: Kamper, Wilde, Rauch, Gidion, Magull (c), Knaak, Bremer, Panfil, Dabritz, Petermann, Dieckmann

    China PR Line-up: Lu FF, Yao LW, Zhong XD, Lyu SQ, Lei JH, Tang JL Zhang ZH, Li MW, Tan RY, Zhu BY (c), Xiao YY

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    WSU 6 years ago

    Statistics at half-time –
    Possession: 48% Ghana – Korea DPR 52%
    Goal attempts: 3 Ghana – Korea DPR 6
    Attempts on target: 1 Ghana – Korea DPR 5

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    WSU 6 years ago

    Half-time: Ghana 0-1 Korea DPR (R.Un Sim 6′)

  12. Author
    WSU 6 years ago

    27′ Ghana sub: Danso IN, Wasila OUT

  13. Author
    WSU 6 years ago

    11′ The referee has been replaced due to injury

  14. Author
    WSU 6 years ago

    6′ GOAL! Ghana 0-1 Korea DPR (R.Un Sim scores!)

  15. Author
    WSU 6 years ago

    Group A match underway: Ghana 0-0 Korea DPR

  16. Author
    WSU 6 years ago

    TEAM NEWS:
    Ghana Line-up: Agyei, R.Asante, Adams (c), Yiadom, Sumaila, Wasila, Okyere, Ampah, Atovor, Rasheda, Alhassan

    Korea DPR Line-up: Chol Ok, Kyong Hui, Sol Gyong (c), Yun Gyong, Hyang Sim, Un Sim, So Yon, Mi Gyong, Ryon Hwa, Un Yong, Un Hwa

  17. Bruno 6 years ago

    Good games today. I think that Germany will have to get the classification, as well as North Korea.

    • Author
      WSU 6 years ago

      USA will be an interesting one, I think the US will be too strong for the Brazilians.

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