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UNDER-19 WOMEN'S WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP: Scoreboard (Nov. 27)
November 28th, 2004 4:48PM

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THIRD-PLACE GAME

Nov. 27 in Bangkok

USA 3 Brazil 0. Goals: Hanks 21, Rapinoe 27, Woznuk 73.

USA -- Harris, Buehler, Krzysik, Sauerbrunn, Lopez, Logterman, Redmond (Gray, 46), Hanks (Orand, 53; Kron, 85), Woznuk, Rapino, Rodriguez.

Brazil -- Thais, Tatiana, Elysa, Renata Diniz, Aliane (Sandra, 32), Renta Costa, Rosana, Maurine (Raquel Bueno, 46; Dayane, 66), Kelly, Marta, Cristiane.

Referee: Sarah Girard (France).

Att.: 23,000.

FINAL

Nov. 27 in Bangkok

Germany 2 (Laudehr 4, Behringer 83) China 0.

MOST OUTSTANDING PLAYERS

Golden Ball: Marta (Brazil)

Silver Ball: Angie Woznuk (USA)

Bronze Ball: Anja Mittag (Germany)

LEADING SCORERS

Golden Shoe: Brittany Timko (Canada)

Silver Shoe: Anja Mittag (Germany)

Bronze Shoe: Angie Woznuk (USA)



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