• USA 4-0 New
Zealand. (Goals: Wolff 14, Cowell 61, Che 75, Pukstas 82.)
• Israel 1-0 Uzbekistan. (Goal: Khalaili 90+7.)
• Brazil 4-1 Tunisia. (Goals: Marcos Leonardo 11 pen., Andrey Santos 31, 90+10, Matheus Martins 90+1; Ghorbel 90+13.)
• Colombia 5-1 Slovakia. (Goals: Cortes 48, 90+4, Asprilla 50, Angel 52, 63; Jambor 87.)
• Italy 2-1 England. (Goals: Baldanzi 8, Casadei 87 pen.; Devine 24.)
• Argentina 0-2 Nigeria. (Goals: Muhammad 61, Sarki 90+1.)
• Uruguay 1-0 Gambia. (Goal: Duarte 65.)
• South Korea 3-2 Ecuador. (Goals; Lee Young-jun 11, Bae Joon-ho 19, Choi Seok-hyeon 48; Cuero 36 pen., Gonzalez 84.)
Quarterfinals: Saturday. Brazil-Israel, Colombia-Italy; Sunday. South Korea-Nigeria, USA-Uruguay.
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