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Colombia comes back for 3-3 tie with Germany
August 21st, 2007 9:15AM
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[U-17 WORLD CUP RESULTS] It was a high-scoring Monday at the U-17 World Cup in South Korea as Group E and F opened play on Day 3 of the tournament. In Group E, the USA fell, 4-3, to Tajikistan while the Tunisia trounced Belgium, 4-2. In Group F, Germany and Colombia played to a 3-3 tie while Ghana thumped Trinidad & Tobago, 4-1.

Tunisia beat the Belgians despite a 52nd minute red card to Oussama Boughanmi.

Randford Osei scored twice for Ghana in its win over the Trinidadians, who are looking for the first-ever win at a U-17 World Cup.

A thundering long-range shot from Cristian Nazarith with three minutes left earned Colombia the tie against Germany, which had taken a 3-1 lead thanks to the playmaking of Toni Kroos.

U-17 WORLD CUP, Results
Group A
Aug. 18

Costa Rica 1 Togo 1
South Korea 0 Peru 1
Aug. 21
Togo-Peru
Costa Rica-South Korea
Aug 24
South Korea-Togo
Peru-Costa Rica

Group B
Aug 18

North Korea 1 England 1
Brazil 7 New Zealand 0
Aug. 21
New Zealand-England
Brazil -North Korea
Aug. 24
North Korea-New Zealand
England-Brazil

Group C
Aug. 19

Honduras 2 Spain 4
Argentina 0 Syria 0
Aug. 22
Syria-Spain
Argentina-Honduras
Aug. 25
Honduras-Syria
Spain-Argentina

Group D
Aug 19

Nigeria 2 France 1
Japan 3 Haiti 1
Aug. 22
Haiti-France
Japan-Nigeria
Aug. 25
Nigeria-Haiti
France-Japan

Group E
Aug. 20

Belgium 2 Tunisia 4
Tajikistan 4 USA 3
Aug. 23
USA-Tunisia
Tajikistan-Belgium
Aug 26
Belgium-USA
Tunisia-Tajikistan

Group F
Aug. 20

Colombia 3 Germany 3
Trinidad & Tobago 1 Ghana 4
Aug. 23
Ghana-Germany
Trinidad & Tobago-Colombia
Aug. 26
Colombia-Ghana
Germany-Trinidad & Tobago



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