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WOMEN'S WORLD CUP: Standings (Sept. 28)
September 29th, 2003 12:12PM

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GROUP A

Final Standings:

TEAM W-T-L GF-GA P

*USA 3-0-0 11-1 9

*Sweden 2-0-1 5-3 6

North Korea 1-0-2 3-4 3

Nigeria 0-0-3 0-11 0

*Advances to the quarterfinals.

GROUP B

Final Standings

TEAM W-T-L GF-GA P

*Brazil 2-1-0 8-2 7

*Norway 2-0-1 10-5 6

France 1-1-1 2-3 4

South Korea 0-0-3 1-11 0

*Advances to the quarterfinals.

GROUP C

Final Standings:

TEAM W-T-L GF-GA P

*Germany 3-0-0 13-2 9

*Canada 2-0-1 7-5 6

Japan 1-0-2 7-6 3

Argentina 0-0-3 1-15 0

*Advances to the quarterfinals.

GROUP D

Final Standings:

TEAM W-T-L GF-GA P

*China 2-1-0 3-1 7

*Russia 2-0-1 5-2 6

Ghana 1-0-2 2-5 3

Australia 0-1-2 3-5 1

*Advances to the quarterfinals.



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