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Under-20 Women's World Cup Scoreboard
November 21st, 2008 7AM

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Play continued Thursday at the Under-20 Women's World Cup in Chile, where Brazil knocked off defending champion North Korea, 3-2, in a thrilling match. Japan was a comfortable 2-0 winner over Canada's team of U.S. collegians, while Norway beat Mexico, 2-1. In the tournament's first route, Germany beat the Democratic Republic of Congo, 5-0. The USA resumes play Saturday when it faces Argentina in Chillan. For all the results and schedules ...

Group A
Nov. 19 in Coquimbo
Chile 0 England 2 (Chaplen 54, Duggan 79).
Nigeria 3 (Michael 31, Chukwidi 35, Chikwelu 90) New Zealand 2 (Percival 42, 52).
Nov. 22 in Coquimbo
Chile vs. New Zealand
Nigeria vs. England
Nov. 26 in Temuco
Nigeria vs. Chile
Nov. 26 in Santiago
England vs. New Zealand 

Group B
 
Nov. 19 in Chillan
China 0 Argentina 0.
USA 3 (Morgan 53, Leroux 56, 71) France 0.
Nov. 22 in Chillan
China vs. France
USA vs. Argentina
Nov. 26 in Temuco
USA vs. China
Nov. 26 in Santiago
Argentina vs. France

Group C
Nov. 20 in Santiago
Japan 2 (Goto 28, Tanaka 50) Canada 0.
Germany 5 (Kulig 7, 90, Baunach 8, Kerschowski pen. 43, Banecki 82) DR Congo 0.
Nov. 20 in Santiago
Canada vs. DR Congo
Germany vs. Japan
Nov. 27 in Coquimbo
Germany vs. Canada
Nov. 27 in Chillan
Japan vs. DR Congo

Group D
Nov. 20 in Temuco
Norway 2 (Lund 26, Enget 76) Mexico 1 (Garza 78).
Brazil 3 (Janaina 45, Erika 48, Francielle pen. 66) North Korea 2 (Ri Ye Gyong 30, Ri Un Hyang 90).
Nov. 23 in Temuco
Mexico vs. Brazil
North Korea - Norway
Nov. 27 in Chillan
North Korea vs. Mexico
Nov. 27 in Coquimbo
Norway vs. Brazil



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