AFC Asian Women's Championship 2014 semi finals

Semi Final line up’s AFC Asian Women’s Cup 2014

Asian Women’s Championship 2014 Semi Finals

 

SF1
22-05-2014 17:15 (local time)
Japan 2-1 China (aet)
Goals: Homare Sawa 51′, Li Dongma 80′(P), Iwashimizu 120+4′

SF2
22-05-2014 20:45 (local time)
Australia 2-1 Korea Republic (14:45 BST)
Goals: Gorry 47′, E S Park 53′(p), Kellond-Knight 77′

 

Asian Women’s Championship 2014 5th place playoff

3rd/4th
25-05-2014 16:45
Vietnam 1-2 Thailand (11:15)

 

Match reviews: May 19th Results:

Korea Republic 0 – 0 China

Korea Republic advanced to the semi-finals of the AFC Women’s Asian Cup as Group B winners after sharing a goalless draw with China at Thong Nhat Stadium, with their fellow East Asians joining them in the final four as group runners-up.

The Korean side simply needed to avoid defeat to Hao Wei’s China team to top the group with the advantage of a superior goal difference over the eight-time champions, and so it proved to be as the two Asian power houses cancelled each other out in the stalemate on Monday evening.

The result means Korea Republic will now face Group A runners-up and defending champions Australia, while China face-off against arch rivals and Group A winners Japan at Thong Nhat Stadium on Thursday 22nd.

Thailand 2 – 1 Myanmar

Goals From:

Kanjana Sung-Ngoen 29′ (Thailand)

Yee Yee OO 45+1′ (Myanmar)

Sritala Duangnapa 58′ (Thailand)

Thailand kept their chances of qualifying for next year’s FIFA World Cup alive after beating Myanmar 2-1 in their final group match of the AFC Women’s Asia Cup on Monday at Binh Duong Stadium.

Thailand opened the scoring in the 27th minute through Kanjana Sung-Ngoen but Myanmar, who had lost to Thailand in the semi-finals of the SEA Games last year on penalties, found themselves back on level terms on the stroke of half-time when Yee Yee Oo fired home.

Thailand were able to restore their lead 12 minutes into the second half when Sritala Duangnapa got the better of a goal-mouth scramble and were able to hold on for the crucial win.

19 Comments
  1. WSU 5 years ago

    Full-time: Korea Rep. 1-2 Australia (Gorry 47′, E S Park 53′(p), Kellond-Knight 77′) | Congratulations to Australia who progress to the final

  2. WSU 5 years ago

    77′ GOAL! Korea Republic 1-2 Australia (Kellond-Knight scores!)

  3. WSU 5 years ago

    53′ GOAL! Korea Republic 1-1 Australia (Park Eun Sun scores from the penalty spot!)

  4. WSU 5 years ago

    47′ GOAL! Korea Republic 0-1 Australia (Gorry scores!)

  5. WSU 5 years ago

    Half-time: Korea Republic 0-0 Australia

  6. WSU 5 years ago

    17′ Fantastic save by Lydia Williams to deny Korea Republic the opening goal!

  7. WSU 5 years ago

    Semi-final match underway: Korea Republic 0-0 Australia

  8. WSU 5 years ago

    Australia Line-up: Williams, Allen, Alleway, Catley, Kellond-Knight, Van Egmond, Polkinghorne (c), Foord, De Vanna, Gorry, Heyman

  9. WSU 5 years ago

    Korea Republic Line-up: Kim jung Mi, Kim Do Yeon, Lim Seon Joo, Song Su Ran, Kim Hye Ri, Jeon Ga Eul, Cho So Hyun (c), Kim Narae, Park Eun Sun, Yoo Young, Yeo Minji

  10. WSU 5 years ago

    Full-time (after extra time): Japan 2-1 China | Congratulations to Japan who progress to the Asian Cup 2014 Final!!

  11. WSU 5 years ago

    120+4′ GOAL!! Japan 2-1 China

  12. WSU 5 years ago

    End of the 1st period of extra time: Japan 1-1 China PR – A quick turnaround and the action restarts…

  13. WSU 5 years ago

    1st period of extra time underway: Japan 1-1 China PR

  14. WSU 5 years ago

    Full-time in the semi-final: Japan 1-1 China PR (Homare Sawa 51′, Li Dongma 80′(P))

  15. WSU 5 years ago

    Into added time of the semi-final: Japan 1-1 China PR

  16. WSU 5 years ago

    Semi-final match underway: Japan 0-0 China PR

  17. Skip Newhall 5 years ago

    It would be a big help if you could (1) give the dates of the games [no date is given above for the Japan-China match], and (2) advise of any stream video of the matches that might be available..

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