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2011 Under-17 World Cup this week ...
June 23rd, 2011 11:14PM
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[SCOREBOARD] Souleymane Coulibaly scored four goals in the space of less than 40 minutes to lead Ivory Coast to a 4-2 win over Denmark at the U-17 World Cup in Guadalajara, Mexico. Brazil and Germany joined Mexico and Uruguay as the only teams with win two games after victories on Tuesday. For all the results ...

Group A
June 18
Mexico 3 North Korea 1.
Goals: Fierro 37, own goal 68, Casillas 86; Jo 3.
Congo 1 Netherlands 0.
Goal: Kounkou 53.
June 21
North Korea 1 Netherlands 1.
Goals: Kang 48; Gravenberch 75.
Mexico 2 Congo 1.
Goals: Espericueta 40, Gomez 85; Epako 73.

Group B
June 18
France 3 Argentina 0.
Goals: Benzia 35, 45, Haller 38.
Japan 1 Jamaica 0
Goal: Matsumoto 61.
June 21
Japan 1 France 1.
Goals: Ishige (pen.) 49; Yaisien 24.
Argentina 2 Jamaica 1.
Goals: Silva 23, Pugh 63; Barnes 89.

Group C
June 19
England 2 Rwanda 0.
Goals: Hope 68, Sterling 86.
Uruguay 3 Canada 0.
Goals: Mascia 52, Mendez pen. 85, Alvarez 90.
June 22
Uruguay 1 Rwanda 0.

Goal: Pais 90+5.
Canada 2 England 2.
Goals: Jalali 50, Roberts 87; Morgan 46, Turgott 77.

Group D
June 19
USA 3 Czech Republic 0.

Goals: Guido 5, E.Rodriguez 51, Koroma 89.
New Zealand 4 Uzbekistan 1.
Goals: Carmichael 10, 36, 53, Vale 87; Khakimov 39.
June 22
USA 1 Uzbekistan 2.
Goals: Koroma 47; Davlatov 13, Makhstliev pen. 54.
Czech Republic 1 New Zealand 0.
Goal: Julis 28.

Group E
June 20
Germany 6 Ecuador 1.
Goals: Yesil 31, 69, Roecker 54, Aycicek 61, Ducksch 85, Aydin 90; Gruezo 51.
Panama 1 Burkina Faso 0.
Goal: Aguilar 22.
June 23
Germany 3 Burkina Faso 0.

Goals: Guenter 4, Aycicek pen. 26, Weiser 74.
Ecuador 2 Panama 1.
Goals: Jaime 61, Cevallas 82; Aguilar 33.

Group F
June 20
Brazil 3 Denmark 0.

Goals: Ademilson 32, 78, Wallace 57.
Australia 2 Ivory Coast 1.
Goals: Makarounas 51, Tombides 77; Coulibaly 18.
June 23
Brazil 1 Australia 0.
Goal: Adryan 76.
Ivory Coast 4 Denmark 2.
Goals: Coulibaly 23, 37, 41, pen. 69; Zohore 9, Fischer 32.



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