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September 28th, 2007 11:36AM

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Semifinals
Sept. 26 in Tianjin
Germany 3 Norway 0. Goals: Own goal 42, Stegemann 72, Mueller 75.
Germany -- Angerer, Stegemann, Hingst, Krahn, Bresonik (Minnert, 81), Behringer (Bajramaj, 40), Smisek (Mueller, 65), Lingor, Laudehr, Garefrekes, Prinz.
Norway -- B.Nordby, Stangelund Horpestad, Folstad (S.Nordby, 48), Huse, Ronning, S.Gulbrandsen (Storlokken, 56), Knutsen, Herlovsen (Klaveness, 46), Larsen Kaurin, R.Gulbrandsen.
Referee: Dagmar Damkova (Czech Rep.).
Sept. 27 in Hangzhou

Brazil 4 USA 0.
Goals: Own goal 20, Marta 27, 80, Cristiane 56.
USA -- Scurry, Rampone, Markgraf (Dalmy, 74), Whitehill, Lopez (Lloyd, 46), Boxx, Osborne, Chalupny, O'Reilly (Ellertson, 60), Wambach, Lilly.
Brazil -- Andreia, Elaine, Aline, Tania, Renata Costa, Daniela, Formiga, Maycon, Ester, Marta, Cristiane.
Red card: USA -- Boxx 46+.
Referee: Nicole Petignat (Switzerland).
Att.: 47,818.

Quarterfinals
Sept. 22 in Tianjin
USA 3
(Wambach 48, Boxx 57, Lilly 60) England 0.
Sept. 22 in Wuhan
Germany 3
(Garefrekes 44, Lingor 67, Krahn 72) North Korea 0
Sept. 23 in Tianjin
Brazil 3 (Formiga 4, Marta pen. 23, Cristiane 75) Australia 2 (De Vanna 36, Colthorpe 68).
Sept. 23 in Wuhan
China 0 Norway 1 (Herlovsen 32).

Group A
Sept. 11 in Shanghai
Germany 11 (Behringer 12, 24, Garefrekes 17, Prinz 29, 46+, 59, Lingor 51, 91+, Smisek 57, 70, 79) Argentina 0.
Japan 2 (Miyama 55, 90) England 2 (Smith 81, 83).
Sept. 14 in Shanghai
Japan 1 (Nagasato 90) Argentina 0.
England 0 Germany 0.
Sept. 17 in Hangzhou
Germany 2 (Prinz 21, Lingor pen. 87) Japan 0.
Sept. 17 in Chengdu
England 6 (own goal 9, Scott 10, Williams pen. 50, Smith 64, 77, Exley pen. 90) Argentina 1 (Gonzalez 60).
Final Standings
1. Germany 7 points
2. England 5 points
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3. Japan 4 points
4. Argentina 0 points

Group B
Sept. 11 in Chengdu
USA 2 (Wambach 50, O'Reilly 69) North Korea 2 (Kil Son Hui 58, Kim Yong Ae 62).
Nigeria 1 (Uwak 82) Sweden 1 (Svensson 50).
Sept. 14 in Chengdu
North Korea 2 (Kim Kyong Hwa 17, Ri Kum Suk 21) Nigeria 0.
USA 2 (Wambach 34, pen. 58) Sweden 0.
Sept. 19 in Shanghai
USA 1 (Chalupny 1) Nigeria 0.
Sept. 19 in Tianjin
Sweden 2 (Schelin 5, 54) North Korea 1 (Ri Un Suk 22).
Final Standings
1. USA 7 points
2. North Korea 4 points (+1)
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3. Sweden 4 points (-1)
4. Nigeria 1 point

Group C
Sept. 12 in Hangzhou
Australia 4 (Walsh 15, De Vanna 57, 81, Garriock 69) Ghana 1 (Amankwa 70).
Norway 2 (Gulbrandsen 52, Stangelund Horpestad 81) Canada 1 (Chapman 33).
Sept. 15 in Hangzhou
Canada 4 (Sinclair 16, 62, Schmidt 55, Franko 77) Ghana 0.
Australia 1 (De Vanna 83) Norway 1 (Gulbrandsen 5).
Sept. 20 in Hangzhou
Norway 2 (Storlokken 4, Gulbrandsen 39, 59, 62, Stangelund Horpestad pen. 45, Herlovsen 56, Klaveness 69) Ghana 2 (Bayor 73, Okoe pen. 80).
Sept. 20 in Chengdu
Australia 2 (McCallum 53, Salisbury 90) Canada 2 (Tancredi 1, Sinclair 85).
Final Standings
1. Norway 7 points
2. Australia 5 points
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3. Canada 4 points
4. Ghana 0 points

Group D
Sept. 12 in Wuhan
China 3 (Li Jie 31, Bi Yan 50, Song Xiaoli 88) Denmark 2 (Eggers Nielsen 51, Paaske Sorensen 87).
Brazil 5 (Daniela 10, Cristiane 54, Marta 74, 90, Renata Costa 86) New Zealand 0.
Sept. 15 in Wuhan
China 0 Brazil 4 (Marta 42, 70, Cristiane 47, 48).
Denmark 2 (Pedersen 61, Paaske Sorensen 66) New Zealand 0.
Sept. 20 in Tianjin

China 2 (Li Jie 57, Xie 79) New Zealand 0.
Sept. 20 in Hangzhou
Brazil 1
(Pretinha 90) Denmark 0.
Final Standings
1. Brazil 9 points
2. China 6 points
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3. Denmark 3 points
4. New Zealand 0 points




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