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U-20 World Cup: Brazil routs North Korea 3-0, and advances to the knockout stages against Uruguay

U-20 World Cup: Brazil routs North Korea 3-0, and advances to the knockout stages against Uruguay

 

Brazil thrashed North Korea 3-0 on Sunday in Christchurch as part of the Group E stage, which allows them to advance to the knockout stages against Uruguay, which will add a South American flavor to the quarterfinals.

The Brazilians celebrated another victory with goals from Song Min Hyo-against his own team (60), Real Madrid's striker Jean Carlos (66) and midfielder Leo Pereira (86).

 

FIFA U-20 World Cup Group E - Third date:

Brazil 3 - North Korea 0

 

Scores: Min Hyo-Song (60 against own team), Jean Carlos (66), Leo Pereira (86)

Stadium: AMI Christchurch

Referee: Matt Conger (NZL)

Spectators: 15,300

Warnings:

Brazil: Malcom (20)

North Korea: Ri Kyong-Jin (10), Kang Nam-Gwon (42), Jon Kum-dong (70)

 

Line-ups:

Brazil: Jean; Leo Pereira, Lucao, Caju, João Pedro (Rodrigo, 78), Boschilia (Andreas Pereira, 46), Haha, Alef, Marcos Guilherme, Malcolm, Judivan (Jean Carlos, 46). Coach: Rogerio Micale

North Korea: Ri In-Hak; Kim Kuk-Chol, Jon Kum-Dong (Jon Kum-Nam, 77), Ri Kyong-Jin, Min Hyo-Song, Kim Song-Sun (Un-Chol Ri, 72), Kang Nam-Gwon, Jo Myong Kwang- Choe Ju-Song, Kim Yu-Song (Kim Chol-Min, 61), So Jong-Hyok. Coach: An Ye-Gun

 

Photo: FIFA.com