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Women's World Cup: Quarterfinal results (June 30)
June 30th, 1999 12AM



June 30 in San Jose, Calif. China 2 Russia 0. Goals: Pu Wei 37, Jin Yan 56. China -- Gao Hong, Wang Liping, Fan Yunjie, Wen Lirong, Bai Jie, Pu Wei (Qiu Haiyan, 80), Liu Ying, Liu Ailing, Zhao Lihong, Sun Wen, Jin Yan (Zhang Ouying, 89). Russia -- Petko, Tcheverda, Bourakova, Filippova, N.Karasseva, Komarova (Svetlitzkaia, 88), Grigorieva, Egorova (Fomina, 46), O.Karasseva, Barbachina (Savina, 68), Letuchova. Yellow cards: China -- Qiu Haiyan 90; Russia -- Tcheverda 35. Referee: Nicole Mouidi-Petitgnat. Norway 3 Sweden 1. Goals: Aarones 51, Pettersen 58, Riise (pen.) 72; Mostrom 90. Norway -- Nordby, Jorgensen, Kringen, Medalen, Sandaune, Lehn (Mellgren, 77), Knudsen, Riise, Frustol (S.Gulbrandsen, 46), Pettersen, Aarones (Rapp, 81). Sweden -- Karlsson, Westberg, Tornqvist, Sandell, Lonnqvist, Nordlund (Heponiemi, 81), Mostrom, Andersson, Bengtsson (Lundin, 46), Svensson, Gustavsson (Sundh, 72). Yellow cards: Norway -- S.Gulbrandsen 55. Referee: Im Eun Ju (South Korea). Att.: 21,411.


July 1 -- USA vs. Germany, Brazil vs. Nigeria in Washington, D.C. SEMIFINALS July 4 -- USA-Germany winner vs. Brazil-Nigeria winner in Stanford, Calif., China vs. Norway in Foxboro, Mass. THIRD-PLACE MATCH July 10 -- Semifinal losers in Pasadena, Calif. CHAMPIONSHIP July 10 -- Semifinal winners in Pasadena, Calif.

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