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International: Confederations Cup results (July 30)
July 30th, 1999 12AM
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Group A

FINAL STANDINGS
TEAM GP W T L GF GA P
*Mexico 3 2 1 0 8 3 7
*S. Arabia 3 1 1 1 6 6 4
Bolivia 3 0 2 1 2 3 2
Egypt 3 0 2 1 5 9 2
*-advances to semifinals.

Group B

July 30 in Guadalajara USA 2 Germany 0. Goals: Olsen 24, Moore 50. USA -- Friedel, Agoos, Balboa, Brown, Hejduk, McKeon, Williams, Lewis, Olsen (Stewart, 65), Moore (Kirovski, 83), Bravo (McBride, 77). Germany -- Lehmann, Linke, Woerns, Matthaeus, Heinrich (Dogan, 42), Gerber (Maul, 75), Wosz, Schneider, Heldt (Rink, 60), Neuville, Preetz. Brazil 2 New Zealand 0. Goals: Marcos Paulo 45, Ronaldinho 88. Brazil -- Dida, Evanilson, Cesar, Luis Alberto, Athirson, Beto, Flavio Conceicao, Marcos Paulo (Roni, 56), Warley, Alex, Christian (Ronaldinho, 64). New Zealand -- Utting, Zoricich, Douglas, Bunce (Vicelich, 82), Nelsen, Bouckenooghe, Atkinson, Burton, Lines, Jackson (Perry, 85), Ngata (Coveny, 66). Att.: 53,000. FINAL STANDINGS
TEAM GP W T L GF GA P
*Brazil 3 3 0 0 7 0 9
*USA 3 2 0 1 4 2 6
Germany 3 1 0 2 2 6 3
N. Zealand 3 0 0 3 1 6 0
*-advances to semifinals. SEMIFINALS Aug. 1 -- Mexico vs. USA in Mexico City (1:00 p.m. ET), Brazil vs. Saudi Arabia in Guadalajara (4:00 p.m. ET). THIRD-PLACE MATCH Aug. 3 -- semifinal losers in Guadalajara. CHAMPIONSHIP Aug. 4 -- semifinal winners in Mexico City.

Leading Scorers

1. Al Otaibi (Saudi Arabia), Blanco (Mexico) 4 goals. 3. Ronaldinho (Brazil) 3. 4. Abundis (Mexico), Ahmed (Egypt), Alex (Brazil), Ibrahim (Egypt) 2. 8. I.Al Shahrani (Saudi Arabia), Al Temyat (Saudi Arabia), Gutierrez (Bolivia), Kirovski (USA), Marcos Paulo (Brazil), Matthaeus (Germany), McBride (USA), Moore (USA), Olsen (USA), Palencia (Mexico), Pardo (Mexico), Preetz (Germany), Ribera (Bolivia), Sabry (Egypt), Ze Roberto (Brazil), Zoricich (New Zealand) 1 goal.


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