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Under-20 Women's World Cup scoreboard
August 23rd, 2012 3:31AM
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[DAY 2] UCLA's Rosie White had her second goal in two games to give New Zealand a 2-0 lead over Japan after 15 minutes, but the hosts rallied for a 2-2 tie at the Under-20 Women's World Cup. Brazil's 1-1 tie with Nigeria left the South American champions needing to beat South Korea, a 2-0 winner over Italy, to advance the quarterfinals.

Group A
Aug. 19 in Miyagi
Japan  4 Mexico 1
New Zealand 2 Switzerland 1  
Aug. 22 in Miyagi
Mexico 2 Switzerland 0
Japan 2 New Zealand 2 
Aug. 26 in Kobe
Mexico vs. New Zealand   
Aug. 26 in Tokyo
Switzerland vs. Japan
 
Group B
Aug. 19 in Saitama
Brazil 1 Italy 1 
Nigeria 2 South Korea 0
Aug. 22 in Saitama
Brazil 1 Nigeria 1
South Korea 2 Italy 0
Aug. 26 in Kobe
Italy vs. Nigeria   
Aug. 26 in Tokyo
South Korea vs. Brazil

Group C
Aug. 20 in Kobe
North Korea 4 Norway 2
Canada 6 Argentina 0
Aug. 23 in Kobe
North Korea 9 Argentina 0
Norway 2 Canada 1
Aug. 27 in Miyagi
Norway vs. Argentina   
Aug. 27 in Saitama
Canada vs. North Korea

Group D

Aug. 20 in Hiroshima
USA 4 Ghana 0
Germany 4 China 0
Aug. 23 in Hiroshima
Germany 1 Ghana 0
USA 1 China 1
Aug. 27 in Miyagi
USA vs. Germany
Aug. 27 in Saitama
China vs. Ghana



1 comment
  1. Kerry Ogden
    commented on: August 23, 2012 at 8:09 p.m.
    All I can say is that the U-20 women look very sloppy except for Japan, and I'm a US support. I can't believe that this team is our future for women's soccer, the only player on the team who looks ready for the next step up is the CB.Also why is the womens national team player roster have so many more players per age group than men? This doesn't give equality to men in my eyes!!!!

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