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FIFA U 20 World Cup (VII): Spain and Zambia qualified in Group B Julho 7, 2007

Filed under: FIFA U 20 World Cup,football,soccer — looking4good @ 10:49 pm

Day 8 – Jul 7

Group B
Spain 4 – 2 Jordan [Adrian Lopez (3) 29′, 32′, 38′; 3-1 Al Zaideh 48′; 3-2 Abdallah Salim 56′; 4-2 Marcos Garcia 79′]
Uruguay 0 – 2 Zambia [Mulenga 22′ (pen); Rodgers Kola 51′]

Standing
1. Spain 8 (8-5)
2. Zambia 4 (4-3)
3. Uruguay 4 (3-4)
4. Jordan 1 (3-6)

Group F

Japan 0 – 0 Nigeria
Scotland 1 – 2 Costa Rica [1-0 Mark Reynolds 18′; 1-1 Pablo Herrera 57′; 1-2 MacDonald 92′]
Standing
1. Japan 7 (4-1)
2. Nigeria 7 (3-0)
3. Costa Rica 3 (2-3)
4. Scotland 0 (2-7)

All Results

Day 1 – Jun 30

Group D
Poland 1 – 0 Brazil [Krychowiak 23′]
S. Korea 1 – 1 USA [0-1 Szetela 16′; 1-1 Young Rok Shin 38′]

Group E
N. Korea 0 – 0 Panama
Argentina0 – 0 Czech Rep

Day 2 – Jul 1
Group A
Canada 0 – 3 Chile [Medina 25′, Carlos Carmona 54′, Grondona 81′

Group B
Jordan 1 – 1 Zambia [ 0-1 Fwayo Tembo 8′ (pen); 1-1 Abdallah Salim 41′]
Spain 2 – 2 Uruguay [0-1 Cavani 47′;0-2 Luis Suarez 56′; 1-2 Adrian Lopez; 2-2 71′; 2-2 Capel 90+3′]

Group F
Japan 3 – 1 Scotland [Yasuhito Morishima 43′,Tsukasa Umesaki 57′,Aun Aoyama 79′, 3-1 Ross Campbell 82′]
Nigeria 1 – 0 Costa Rica [Ideye 75′ ]

Day 3 – Jul 2
Group A
Congo 1 – 1 Austria [0-1 Hoffer 7′; 1-1 Franchel Ibara 57′ (pen)]

Group C
Portugal 2 – 0 New Zealand [Bruno Gama 45′; Bruno Gama 61′ (pen)]
Gambia 0 – 3 Mexico [G. dos Santos 57′, H. Moreno 67′; Hernandez 89′]

Day 4 – Jul 3

Group D
USA 6-1Poland [0-1 Jamczyk 5′; Szetela (2) 9′ and 51′, Freddy Adu (3) 20′, 48′ and 85; Altidore 70′]
Brazil 3 – 2 S. Korea [1-0 Amaral 35′; Alexandre Pato (2) 38’and 59′; 3-1 Young Sung Shim 85′; 3-2 Young Rok Shin 89′]

Standing Group D
1. U S A 4 p (7-2)
2. Poland 3 p (2-6)
3. Brazil 3 p (3-3)
4. Korea Rep. 1 p (3-4)

Group E
Czech Rep. 2 – 2 N. Korea [0-1 Kum Kim 12′ ; 1-1 Kalouda 56′; 2-1 Martin Fenim 66′; 2-2 Kvang Jon 89′]
Panama 0 – 6 Argentina [Morales (2) 20′ and 27′; Zarate 23′; Aguero (2) Angel Di Maria 76′]

Standing Group E
1. Argentina 4 p (6-0)
2. Czech Rep. 2 p (3-3)
3. N. Korea 2 (2-2)
4. Panama 1 (0-6)

Day 5 – Jul 4
Group B
Uruguay 1-0 Jordan [Cavani 40′]
Zambia 1-2 Spain [0- 1 Mario Suarez 30 (pen), 0-2 Juan Manuel Mata 40′; 1-2 Njobvu 74′]

Standing Group B
1. Spain 4 p (4-3)
2. Uruguay 4 p (3-2)
3. Zambia 1 p (2-3)
4. Jordan 1 p (1-2)

Group F
Costa Rica 0-1 Japan [Atomu Tanaka 67′]
Scotland 0-2 Nigeria [Ezekiel Bala (2) 49′ and 78′]

Standing Group F
1. Japan 6 p (4-1)
2. Nigeria 6 p (3-0)
3. Costa Rica 0 p (0-2)
4. Scotland 0 p (1-5)

Day 6 – Jul 5

Group A
Austria 1 -0 Canada [Okotie 47′]
Chile 3 – 0 Congo [Sanchez 49′, Medina 75′, Arturo Vidal 82′]
Standing
1. Chile 6 (6-0)
2. Austria 4 (2-1)
3. Congo 1 (1-4)
4. Canada 0 (0-4)
Group C
N. Zealand 0 – 1 Gambia [Jallow 22′]
Mexico 2-1 Portugal [1-0 Giovanni dos Santos (pen) 47′ ; 2-0 Barrera 66′ ; 2-1 Antunes 89′]
Standing Group C
1. Mexico 6 (5-1)
2. Portugal 3 (2-1)
3. Gambia 3 (1-3)
4.New Zealand 0 (0-3)

Day 7 – Jul 6
Group E
Czech Rep. 2 – 1 Panama [1-0 Lubos Kaluda 79′; 2-0 Strestik 82′; 2-1 Barahona 84]
Argentina 1 – 0 N. Korea [Sérgio Aguero 35′]

1. Argentina 7 (7-0)
2. Czech Rep. 5 (4-3)
3. N. Korea 2 (2-3)
4. Panama 1 (1-8)

Group D
Brazil 1 – 2 USA [Josmer Altidore (2) 25′, 81′; 1-2 Leandro Lima 64′]
Poland 1 – 1 S. Korea [ 1-0 Janczyk 45′; 1-1 Sang Ho Lee 71′]

1. USA 7 (9-3)
2. Poland 4 (3-7)
3. Brazil 3 (3-4)
4. Korea Rep. 2 (4-5)

Next Matches

Day 9 – Jul 8
Portugal – Gambia (Group C)
N. Zealand – Mexico (Group C)
Canada – Congo (Group A)
Chile – Austria (Group A)

 

FIFA U 20 World Cup (VII): Spain and Zambia qualified in Group B

Filed under: FIFA U 20 World Cup,football,soccer — looking4good @ 10:49 pm

Day 8 – Jul 7

Group B
Spain 4 – 2 Jordan [Adrian Lopez (3) 29′, 32′, 38′; 3-1 Al Zaideh 48′; 3-2 Abdallah Salim 56′; 4-2 Marcos Garcia 79′]
Uruguay 0 – 2 Zambia [Mulenga 22′ (pen); Rodgers Kola 51′]

Standing
1. Spain 8 (8-5)
2. Zambia 4 (4-3)
3. Uruguay 4 (3-4)
4. Jordan 1 (3-6)

Group F

Japan 0 – 0 Nigeria
Scotland 1 – 2 Costa Rica [1-0 Mark Reynolds 18′; 1-1 Pablo Herrera 57′; 1-2 MacDonald 92′]
Standing
1. Japan 7 (4-1)
2. Nigeria 7 (3-0)
3. Costa Rica 3 (2-3)
4. Scotland 0 (2-7)

All Results

Day 1 – Jun 30

Group D
Poland 1 – 0 Brazil [Krychowiak 23′]
S. Korea 1 – 1 USA [0-1 Szetela 16′; 1-1 Young Rok Shin 38′]

Group E
N. Korea 0 – 0 Panama
Argentina0 – 0 Czech Rep

Day 2 – Jul 1
Group A
Canada 0 – 3 Chile [Medina 25′, Carlos Carmona 54′, Grondona 81′

Group B
Jordan 1 – 1 Zambia [ 0-1 Fwayo Tembo 8′ (pen); 1-1 Abdallah Salim 41′]
Spain 2 – 2 Uruguay [0-1 Cavani 47′;0-2 Luis Suarez 56′; 1-2 Adrian Lopez; 2-2 71′; 2-2 Capel 90+3′]

Group F
Japan 3 – 1 Scotland [Yasuhito Morishima 43′,Tsukasa Umesaki 57′,Aun Aoyama 79′, 3-1 Ross Campbell 82′]
Nigeria 1 – 0 Costa Rica [Ideye 75′ ]

Day 3 – Jul 2
Group A
Congo 1 – 1 Austria [0-1 Hoffer 7′; 1-1 Franchel Ibara 57′ (pen)]

Group C
Portugal 2 – 0 New Zealand [Bruno Gama 45′; Bruno Gama 61′ (pen)]
Gambia 0 – 3 Mexico [G. dos Santos 57′, H. Moreno 67′; Hernandez 89′]

Day 4 – Jul 3

Group D
USA 6-1Poland [0-1 Jamczyk 5′; Szetela (2) 9′ and 51′, Freddy Adu (3) 20′, 48′ and 85; Altidore 70′]
Brazil 3 – 2 S. Korea [1-0 Amaral 35′; Alexandre Pato (2) 38’and 59′; 3-1 Young Sung Shim 85′; 3-2 Young Rok Shin 89′]

Standing Group D
1. U S A 4 p (7-2)
2. Poland 3 p (2-6)
3. Brazil 3 p (3-3)
4. Korea Rep. 1 p (3-4)

Group E
Czech Rep. 2 – 2 N. Korea [0-1 Kum Kim 12′ ; 1-1 Kalouda 56′; 2-1 Martin Fenim 66′; 2-2 Kvang Jon 89′]
Panama 0 – 6 Argentina [Morales (2) 20′ and 27′; Zarate 23′; Aguero (2) Angel Di Maria 76′]

Standing Group E
1. Argentina 4 p (6-0)
2. Czech Rep. 2 p (3-3)
3. N. Korea 2 (2-2)
4. Panama 1 (0-6)

Day 5 – Jul 4
Group B
Uruguay 1-0 Jordan [Cavani 40′]
Zambia 1-2 Spain [0- 1 Mario Suarez 30 (pen), 0-2 Juan Manuel Mata 40′; 1-2 Njobvu 74′]

Standing Group B
1. Spain 4 p (4-3)
2. Uruguay 4 p (3-2)
3. Zambia 1 p (2-3)
4. Jordan 1 p (1-2)

Group F
Costa Rica 0-1 Japan [Atomu Tanaka 67′]
Scotland 0-2 Nigeria [Ezekiel Bala (2) 49′ and 78′]

Standing Group F
1. Japan 6 p (4-1)
2. Nigeria 6 p (3-0)
3. Costa Rica 0 p (0-2)
4. Scotland 0 p (1-5)

Day 6 – Jul 5

Group A
Austria 1 -0 Canada [Okotie 47′]
Chile 3 – 0 Congo [Sanchez 49′, Medina 75′, Arturo Vidal 82′]
Standing
1. Chile 6 (6-0)
2. Austria 4 (2-1)
3. Congo 1 (1-4)
4. Canada 0 (0-4)
Group C
N. Zealand 0 – 1 Gambia [Jallow 22′]
Mexico 2-1 Portugal [1-0 Giovanni dos Santos (pen) 47′ ; 2-0 Barrera 66′ ; 2-1 Antunes 89′]
Standing Group C
1. Mexico 6 (5-1)
2. Portugal 3 (2-1)
3. Gambia 3 (1-3)
4.New Zealand 0 (0-3)

Day 7 – Jul 6
Group E
Czech Rep. 2 – 1 Panama [1-0 Lubos Kaluda 79′; 2-0 Strestik 82′; 2-1 Barahona 84]
Argentina 1 – 0 N. Korea [Sérgio Aguero 35′]

1. Argentina 7 (7-0)
2. Czech Rep. 5 (4-3)
3. N. Korea 2 (2-3)
4. Panama 1 (1-8)

Group D
Brazil 1 – 2 USA [Josmer Altidore (2) 25′, 81′; 1-2 Leandro Lima 64′]
Poland 1 – 1 S. Korea [ 1-0 Janczyk 45′; 1-1 Sang Ho Lee 71′]

1. USA 7 (9-3)
2. Poland 4 (3-7)
3. Brazil 3 (3-4)
4. Korea Rep. 2 (4-5)

Next Matches

Day 9 – Jul 8
Portugal – Gambia (Group C)
N. Zealand – Mexico (Group C)
Canada – Congo (Group A)
Chile – Austria (Group A)

 

FIFA U 20 World Cup (VII): Spain and Zambia qualified in Group B

Filed under: FIFA U 20 World Cup,football,soccer — looking4good @ 10:49 pm

Day 8 – Jul 7

Group B
Spain 4 – 2 Jordan [Adrian Lopez (3) 29′, 32′, 38′; 3-1 Al Zaideh 48′; 3-2 Abdallah Salim 56′; 4-2 Marcos Garcia 79′]
Uruguay 0 – 2 Zambia [Mulenga 22′ (pen); Rodgers Kola 51′]

Standing
1. Spain 8 (8-5)
2. Zambia 4 (4-3)
3. Uruguay 4 (3-4)
4. Jordan 1 (3-6)

Group F

Japan 0 – 0 Nigeria
Scotland 1 – 2 Costa Rica [1-0 Mark Reynolds 18′; 1-1 Pablo Herrera 57′; 1-2 MacDonald 92′]
Standing
1. Japan 7 (4-1)
2. Nigeria 7 (3-0)
3. Costa Rica 3 (2-3)
4. Scotland 0 (2-7)

All Results

Day 1 – Jun 30

Group D
Poland 1 – 0 Brazil [Krychowiak 23′]
S. Korea 1 – 1 USA [0-1 Szetela 16′; 1-1 Young Rok Shin 38′]

Group E
N. Korea 0 – 0 Panama
Argentina0 – 0 Czech Rep

Day 2 – Jul 1
Group A
Canada 0 – 3 Chile [Medina 25′, Carlos Carmona 54′, Grondona 81′

Group B
Jordan 1 – 1 Zambia [ 0-1 Fwayo Tembo 8′ (pen); 1-1 Abdallah Salim 41′]
Spain 2 – 2 Uruguay [0-1 Cavani 47′;0-2 Luis Suarez 56′; 1-2 Adrian Lopez; 2-2 71′; 2-2 Capel 90+3′]

Group F
Japan 3 – 1 Scotland [Yasuhito Morishima 43′,Tsukasa Umesaki 57′,Aun Aoyama 79′, 3-1 Ross Campbell 82′]
Nigeria 1 – 0 Costa Rica [Ideye 75′ ]

Day 3 – Jul 2
Group A
Congo 1 – 1 Austria [0-1 Hoffer 7′; 1-1 Franchel Ibara 57′ (pen)]

Group C
Portugal 2 – 0 New Zealand [Bruno Gama 45′; Bruno Gama 61′ (pen)]
Gambia 0 – 3 Mexico [G. dos Santos 57′, H. Moreno 67′; Hernandez 89′]

Day 4 – Jul 3

Group D
USA 6-1Poland [0-1 Jamczyk 5′; Szetela (2) 9′ and 51′, Freddy Adu (3) 20′, 48′ and 85; Altidore 70′]
Brazil 3 – 2 S. Korea [1-0 Amaral 35′; Alexandre Pato (2) 38’and 59′; 3-1 Young Sung Shim 85′; 3-2 Young Rok Shin 89′]

Standing Group D
1. U S A 4 p (7-2)
2. Poland 3 p (2-6)
3. Brazil 3 p (3-3)
4. Korea Rep. 1 p (3-4)

Group E
Czech Rep. 2 – 2 N. Korea [0-1 Kum Kim 12′ ; 1-1 Kalouda 56′; 2-1 Martin Fenim 66′; 2-2 Kvang Jon 89′]
Panama 0 – 6 Argentina [Morales (2) 20′ and 27′; Zarate 23′; Aguero (2) Angel Di Maria 76′]

Standing Group E
1. Argentina 4 p (6-0)
2. Czech Rep. 2 p (3-3)
3. N. Korea 2 (2-2)
4. Panama 1 (0-6)

Day 5 – Jul 4
Group B
Uruguay 1-0 Jordan [Cavani 40′]
Zambia 1-2 Spain [0- 1 Mario Suarez 30 (pen), 0-2 Juan Manuel Mata 40′; 1-2 Njobvu 74′]

Standing Group B
1. Spain 4 p (4-3)
2. Uruguay 4 p (3-2)
3. Zambia 1 p (2-3)
4. Jordan 1 p (1-2)

Group F
Costa Rica 0-1 Japan [Atomu Tanaka 67′]
Scotland 0-2 Nigeria [Ezekiel Bala (2) 49′ and 78′]

Standing Group F
1. Japan 6 p (4-1)
2. Nigeria 6 p (3-0)
3. Costa Rica 0 p (0-2)
4. Scotland 0 p (1-5)

Day 6 – Jul 5

Group A
Austria 1 -0 Canada [Okotie 47′]
Chile 3 – 0 Congo [Sanchez 49′, Medina 75′, Arturo Vidal 82′]
Standing
1. Chile 6 (6-0)
2. Austria 4 (2-1)
3. Congo 1 (1-4)
4. Canada 0 (0-4)
Group C
N. Zealand 0 – 1 Gambia [Jallow 22′]
Mexico 2-1 Portugal [1-0 Giovanni dos Santos (pen) 47′ ; 2-0 Barrera 66′ ; 2-1 Antunes 89′]
Standing Group C
1. Mexico 6 (5-1)
2. Portugal 3 (2-1)
3. Gambia 3 (1-3)
4.New Zealand 0 (0-3)

Day 7 – Jul 6
Group E
Czech Rep. 2 – 1 Panama [1-0 Lubos Kaluda 79′; 2-0 Strestik 82′; 2-1 Barahona 84]
Argentina 1 – 0 N. Korea [Sérgio Aguero 35′]

1. Argentina 7 (7-0)
2. Czech Rep. 5 (4-3)
3. N. Korea 2 (2-3)
4. Panama 1 (1-8)

Group D
Brazil 1 – 2 USA [Josmer Altidore (2) 25′, 81′; 1-2 Leandro Lima 64′]
Poland 1 – 1 S. Korea [ 1-0 Janczyk 45′; 1-1 Sang Ho Lee 71′]

1. USA 7 (9-3)
2. Poland 4 (3-7)
3. Brazil 3 (3-4)
4. Korea Rep. 2 (4-5)

Next Matches

Day 9 – Jul 8
Portugal – Gambia (Group C)
N. Zealand – Mexico (Group C)
Canada – Congo (Group A)
Chile – Austria (Group A)

 

As sete maravilhas de Portugal

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A Torre de Belém, os Mosteiros dos Jerónimos, de Alcobaça e da Batalha, o Palácio da Pena e os castelos de Guimarães e Óbidos são as Sete Maravilhas de Portugal. A votação decorreu, via Internet, em http://www.7maravilhas.pt.

Estranha-se a ausencia de qualquer representante da cidade do Porto (Igreja e Torre dos Clérigos, Igreja de S. Francisco).

 

As sete maravilhas de Portugal

Filed under: Uncategorized — looking4good @ 10:41 pm

A Torre de Belém, os Mosteiros dos Jerónimos, de Alcobaça e da Batalha, o Palácio da Pena e os castelos de Guimarães e Óbidos são as Sete Maravilhas de Portugal. A votação decorreu, via Internet, em http://www.7maravilhas.pt.

Estranha-se a ausencia de qualquer representante da cidade do Porto (Igreja e Torre dos Clérigos, Igreja de S. Francisco).

 

As sete maravilhas de Portugal

Filed under: Uncategorized — looking4good @ 10:41 pm

A Torre de Belém, os Mosteiros dos Jerónimos, de Alcobaça e da Batalha, o Palácio da Pena e os castelos de Guimarães e Óbidos são as Sete Maravilhas de Portugal. A votação decorreu, via Internet, em http://www.7maravilhas.pt.

Estranha-se a ausencia de qualquer representante da cidade do Porto (Igreja e Torre dos Clérigos, Igreja de S. Francisco).

 

The 7 New Wonders of the World

Filed under: Actualidade — looking4good @ 10:23 pm

And the new 7 Wonders of the World are:

The Great Wall of China
Petra Jordan
Statue of Christ Redeemer
Machu Picchu
The Pyramid of Chichen Itzá
The Roman Colloseum
The Taj Mahal

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photo: The Taj Mahal, one of the New Seven Wonders of the World