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UNDER-17 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP: Results
September 30th, 2005 2:13PM

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Quarterfinals

Sept. 25

Mexico 3 (Valdez 86, Guzman 92, Vela 105) Costa Rica 1 (own goal 67) (OT).

Turkey 5 (Kose 10, 88, Erkin 33, 90, Sahin 54) China 1 (Gu Jinjin 57).

Sept. 26

Netherlands 2 (Sarpong 45, 84) USA 0.

Brazil 3 (Ramon 48, Celso 97, Igor 120) North Korea 1 (Kim Kyong Il 82) (OT).

Semifinals

Sept. 29

Mexico 4 (Villaluz 33, 61, Moreno 50, Guzman 90) Netherlands 0.

Brazil 4 (Celso 1, Anderson 26, Marcelona 32, Igor 90) Turkey 3 (Erkin 47, Kose 70, Sahin 76).



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