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povman_2009
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FIFA U/20 Championships

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Unbelievable result overnight with Korea DPR (Otherwise known as North Korea) thrashed China 5-0.

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From unknowns to champions
Later, in the day's main event, Korea DPR players took to the pitch at the Lokomotiv desperate to please their large contingent of supporters and determined to exact revenge for a defeat against the same opponents in the final of this year's AFC U-19 Women's Championship.
China PR, without star striker Ma Xiaoxu in their starting 11, went in at the break in shock after managing to concede three first-half goals. A mix-up in defence between Yuan Fan and Weng Xinzhi allowed Jo Yun Mi to skilfully dribble past Zhang Yanru for the opener.

Then two goals in seven minutes from Kim Song Hui all but ended the game as a contest. All Ma could do was give frantic instructions to her team-mates from behind the goal where she was warming up, but it was to no avail.

Not even her entrance at the start of the second half would make any difference, with Kim Song Hui seizing on a rebound to extend her side's lead and put herself in second place overall in the tournament scoring charts.

And, still, the goalfest was not at an end. Kil Song Hui wanted to get her name on the scoresheet, and this she duly did after stealing in at the near post to poke a corner kick past Zhang. The Steel Rosebuds were withering fast under the relentless rain.

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shizer!!!!!

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You're red, not blue....
Gubbo and team chi r #1!DJ Di is my hero!
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Perfect pitch with ALAGICH!!

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Post by courtz »

u probably made my shoes DPR! lolzor! xtreme result!

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Re: FIFA U/20 Championships

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povman1964 wrote:Unbelievable result overnight with Korea DPR (Otherwise known as North Korea) thrashed China 5-0.

Quote from the FIFA website

From unknowns to champions
Later, in the day's main event, Korea DPR players took to the pitch at the Lokomotiv desperate to please their large contingent of supporters and determined to exact revenge for a defeat against the same opponents in the final of this year's AFC U-19 Women's Championship.
China PR, without star striker Ma Xiaoxu in their starting 11, went in at the break in shock after managing to concede three first-half goals. A mix-up in defence between Yuan Fan and Weng Xinzhi allowed Jo Yun Mi to skilfully dribble past Zhang Yanru for the opener.

Then two goals in seven minutes from Kim Song Hui all but ended the game as a contest. All Ma could do was give frantic instructions to her team-mates from behind the goal where she was warming up, but it was to no avail.

Not even her entrance at the start of the second half would make any difference, with Kim Song Hui seizing on a rebound to extend her side's lead and put herself in second place overall in the tournament scoring charts.

And, still, the goalfest was not at an end. Kil Song Hui wanted to get her name on the scoresheet, and this she duly did after stealing in at the near post to poke a corner kick past Zhang. The Steel Rosebuds were withering fast under the relentless rain.
dont think the pitch helped but good to see the next generation and talent in these championships.

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Post by billy the kid »

Unfortunatley NOT ours

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