World Cup 2002 - Match Details


Group A


31/05/2002, Seoul (South Korea), Seoul World Cup Stadium, 62561
World Cup
FRANCE              0
SENEGAL             1 (Papa Bouba Diop 30')
France:             Fabien Barthez, Bixente Lizarazu, Patrick Vieira, Youri Djorkaeff
                    (Christophe Dugarry 60'), Marcel Desailly [c], Sylvain Wiltord 
                    (Djibril Cissé 81'), Thierry Henry, Lilian Thuram, Emmanuel Petit, 
                    Frank Leboeuf, David Trézéguet.
Senegal:            Tonny Sylva, Omar Daf, Papa Malick Diop, Aliou Cissé [c], Khalilou Fadiga,
                    El-Hadji Diouf, Lamine Diatta, Moussa Ndiaye, Salif Diao, Ferdinand Coly,
                    Papa Bouba Diop.
Referee:            Ali Bujsaim (UAE).
Coaches:            France: Roger Lemerre.
                    Senegal: Bruno Metsu (France).
Cards:              France: Emmanuel Petit [Y 45+'].
                    Senegal: Aliou Cissé [Y 51'].

01/06/2002, Ulsan (South Korea), Munsu Football Stadium, 30157
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URUGUAY             1 (Darío Rodríguez 47')
DENMARK             2 (Jon Dahl Tomasson 45', 83')
Uruguay:            Fabián Carini, Gustavo Méndez, Gonzalo Sorondo, Paolo Montero [c],
                    Darío Rodríguez (Federico Magallanes 87'), Pablo García, Gustavo Varela,
                    Gianni Guigou, Álvaro Recoba (Mario Regueiro 80'), Darío Silva,
                    Sebastián Abreu (Richard Morales 88').
Denmark:            Thomas Sørensen, Stig Tøfting, René Henriksen, Martin Laursen,
                    Jan Heintze [c] (Niclas Jensen 58'), Thomas Helveg, Thomas Gravesen, 
                    Jesper Grønkjær (Martin Jørgensen 70'), Jon Dahl Tomasson,
                    Ebbe Sand (Christian Poulsen 89'), Dennis Rommedahl.
Referee:            Saad Mane (Kuwait).
Coaches:            Uruguay: Víctor Púa.
                    Denmark: Morten Olsen.
Cards:              Uruguay: Gustavo Méndez [Y 25'].
                    Denmark: Jan Heintze [Y 34'], Martin Laursen [Y 51'].

06/06/2002, Busan (South Korea), Busan Asiad Main Stadium, 38289
World Cup
FRANCE              0
URUGUAY             0
France:             Fabien Barthez, Bixente Lizarazu, Patrick Vieira, Marcel Desailly [c],
                    Sylvain Wiltord (Christophe Dugarry 90+'), Thierry Henry, Lilian Thuram,
                    Emmanuel Petit, Frank Leboeuf (Vincent Candela 16'), David Trézéguet
                    (Djibril Cissé 81').
Uruguay:            Fabián Carini, Alejandro Lembo, Paolo Montero [c], Pablo García, 
                    Darío Rodríguez (Gianni Guigou 72'), Gustavo Varela, Darío Silva
                    (Federico Magallanes 60'), Sebastián Abreu, Gonzalo Sorondo,
                    Marcelo Romero (Gonzalo De los Santos 71'), Álvaro Recoba.
Referee:            Felipe Ramos Rizo (Mexico).
Coaches:            France: Roger Lemerre.
                    Uruguay: Víctor Púa.
Cards:              France: Thierry Henry [R 25'], Emmanuel Petit [Y 45+'].
                    Uruguay: Pablo García [Y 11'], Sebastián Abreu [Y 47'], 
                             Marcelo Romero [Y 45+'], Darío Silva [Y 47'].

06/06/2002, Daegu (South Korea), Daegu World Cup Stadium, 43500
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DENMARK             1 (Jon Dahl Tomasson 16' pen)
SENEGAL             1 (Salif Diao 52')
Denmark:            Thomas Sørensen, Stig Tøfting, René Henriksen, Martin Laursen, 
                    Jan Heintze [c], Thomas Helveg, Thomas Gravesen (Christian Poulsen 62'),
                    Jesper Grønkjær (Martin Jørgensen 50'), Jon Dahl Tomasson,
                    Ebbe Sand, Dennis Rommedahl (Peter Løvenkrands 89').
Senegal:            Tony Sylva, Omar Daf, Papa Sarr (Souleymane Camara 46' (Habib Bèye 82')),
                    Papa Malick Diop [c], Khalilou Fadiga, El-Hadji Diouf, Lamine Diatta,
                    Moussa Ndiaye (Henri Camara 46'), Salif Diao, Ferdinand Coly, 
                    Papa Bouba Diop.
Referee:            Carlos Batrés (Guatemala).
Coaches:            Denmark: Morten Olsen.
                    Senegal: Bruno Metsu (France).
Cards:              Denmark: Ebbe Sand [Y 7'], Jon Dahl Tomasson [Y 20'], 
                             Thomas Helveg [Y 82'], Christian Poulsen [Y 84'].
                    Senegal: Khalilou Fadiga [Y 10'], Salif Diao [Y 62', YR 80'].

11/06/2002, Suwon (South Korea), Suwon World Cup Stadium, 33681
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SENEGAL             3 (Khalilou Fadiga 20' pen, Papa Bouba Diop 26', 38')
URUGUAY             3 (Richard Morales 46', Diego Forlán 69', Álvaro Recoba 88' pen)
Senegal:            Tony Sylva, Omar Daf, Papa Malick Diop, Alassane Ndour (Amdy Faye 76'),
                    Aliou Cissé [c], Henri Camara (Moussa Ndiaye 67'), Khalilou Fadiga,
                    El-Hadji Diouf, Lamine Diatta, Ferdinand Coly (Habib Bèye 63'),
                    Papa Bouba Diop.
Uruguay:            Fabián Carini, Alejandro Lembo, Paolo Montero [c], Pablo García,
                    Darío Rodríguez, Gustavo Varela, Darío Silva, Sebastián Abreu 
                    (Diego Forlán 46'), Gonzalo Sorondo (Mario Reguero 32'), Marcelo Romero
                    (Richard Morales 46'), Álvaro Recoba.
Referee:            Jan Wegereef (Netherlands).
Coaches:            Senegal: Bruno Metsu (France).
                    Uruguay: Víctor Púa.
Cards:              Senegal: Henri Camara [Y 2'], Omar Daf [Y 4'], Ferdinand Coly [Y 39'],
                             Papa Bouba Diop [Y 69'], El-Hadji Djouf [Y 82'], 
                             Khalilou Fadiga [Y 87'], Habib Bèye [Y 87'].
                    Uruguay: Marcelo Romero [Y 8'], Fabián Carini [Y 19'], 
                             Pablo García [Y 35'], Darío Rodríguez [Y 40'], 
                             Paolo Montero [Y 82'].

11/06/2002, Incheon (South Korea), Incheon Munhak Stadium, 48100
World Cup
DENMARK             2 (Dennis Rommedahl 22', Jon Dahl Tomasson 67')
FRANCE              0
Denmark:            Thomas Sørensen, Stig Tøfting (Brian Steen Nielsen 79'), 
                    René Henriksen [c], Martin Laursen, Thomas Helveg, Thomas Gravesen,
                    Jon Dahl Tomasson, Martin Jørgensen (Jesper Grønkjær 46'), Niclas Jensen,
                    Christian Poulsen (Kasper Bøgelund 76'), Dennis Rommedahl.
France:             Fabien Barthez, Vincent Candela, Bixente Lizarazu, Patrick Vieira 
                    (Johan Micoud 71'), Claude Makelele, Marcel Desailly [c], Zinedine Zidane,
                    Sylvain Wiltord (Youri Djorkaeff 83'), Lilian Thuram, David Trézéguet,
                    Christophe Dugarry (Djibril Cissé 54').
Referee:            Vítor Melo Pereira (Portugal).
Coaches:            Denmark: Morten Olsen.
                    France: Roger Lemerre.
Cards:              Denmark: Christian Poulsen [Y 27'], Niclas Jensen [Y 71'].
                    France: Christophe Dugarry [Y 8'].

Table:
 1.DENMARK          3  2  1  0   5- 2  7
 2.SENEGAL          3  1  2  0   5- 4  5
 3.Uruguay          3  0  2  1   4- 5  2
 4.France           3  0  1  2   0- 3  1

Group B

02/06/2002, Gwangju (South Korea), Gwangju World Cup Stadium, 28598
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SPAIN               3 (Raúl 44', Valerón 74', Hierro 87' pen)
SLOVENIA            1 (Sebastjan Cimirotič 82')
Spain:              Iker Casillas, Juanfran (Romero 82'), Puyol, Hierro [c], Raúl,
                    Baraja, Diego Tristán (Morientes 67'), De Pedro, Valerón, Nadal,
                    Luis Enrique (Iván Helguera 74').
Slovenia:           Marko Simeunovič, Željko Milinovič, Marinko Galič, Aleksander Knavs,
                    Đoni Novak (Saša Gajser 77'), Aleš Čeh [c], Milan Osterc 
                    (Sebastjan Cimirotič 57'), Zlatko Zahovič (Milenko Ačimovič 63'), 
                    Miran Pavlin, Mladen Rudonja, Amir Karič.
Referee:            Mohamed Guezzaz (Morocco).
Coaches:            Spain: Camacho.
                    Slovenia: Srečko Katanec.
Cards:              Spain: Valerón [Y 36'].
                    Slovenia: Amir Karič [Y 45+'], Sebastjan Cimirotič [Y 65'].

02/06/2002, Busan (South Korea), Busan Asiad Main Stadium, 25186
World Cup
PARAGUAY            2 (Roque Santa Cruz 39', Francisco Arce 55')
SOUTH AFRICA        2 (Teboho Mokoena 63', Quinton Fortune 90+' pen)
Paraguay:           Ricardo Tavarelli, Francisco Arce, Carlos Gamarra [c], Celso Ayala,
                    Estanislao Struway (Juan Carlos Franco 86'), Guido Alvarenga 
                    (Diego Gavilán 66'), Roque Santa Cruz, Roberto Acuña, Jorge Campos
                    (Gustavo Morínigo 72'), Julio César Cáceres, Denis Caniza.
South Africa:       Andre Arendse, Cyril Nzama, Lucas Radebe [c], Bradley Carnell, 
                    Aaron Mokoena, MacBeth Sibaya, Quinton Fortune, Teboho Mokoena, 
                    Pierre Issa (MacDonald Mukasi 27'), Sibusiso Zuma, Benedict McCarthy 
                    (George Koumantarakis 78').
Referee:            Lubos Michel (Slovakia).
Coaches:            Paraguay: Cesare Maldini (Italy).
                    South Africa: Jomo Sono.
Cards:              Paraguay: Julio César Cáceres [Y 35'], Denis Caniza [Y 65'], 
                              Ricardo Tavarelli [Y 90'], Juan Carlos Franco [Y 90+'].
                    South Africa: Aaron Mokoena [Y 3'], Pierre Issa [Y 9'], 
                                  Benedict McCarthy [Y 38'], Sibusiso Zuma [Y 45+'].

07/06/2002, Jeonju (South Korea), Jeonju World Cup Stadium, 24000
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SPAIN               3 (Morientes 53', 69', Hierro 83' pen)
PARAGUAY            1 (Puyol 10' OG)
Spain:              Iker Casillas, Juanfran, Puyol, Hierro [c], Nadal, Baraja, Diego Tristán
                    (Morientes 46'), De Pedro, Valerón (Xavi 85'), Raúl, Luis Enrique
                    (Iván Helguera 46').
Paraguay:           José Luis Chilavert [c], Francisco Arce, Carlos Gamarra, Celso Ayala,
                    Roque Santa Cruz, Roberto Acuña, Carlos Humberto Paredes, 
                    Diego Gavilán, Julio César Cáceres, José Cardozo (Jorge Campos 63'),
                    Denis Caniza (Estanislao Struway 78').
Referee:            Gamal Ghandour (Egypt).
Coaches:            Spain: Camacho.
                    Paraguay: Cesare Maldini (Italy).
Cards:              Spain: Baraja [Y 9'].
                    Paraguay: Francisco Arce [Y 43'], Diego Gavilán [Y 60'], 
                              Roque Santa Cruz [Y 80'].

08/06/2002, Daegu (South Korea), Daegu World Cup Stadium, 47226
World Cup
SOUTH AFRICA        1 (Siyabonga Nomvete 4')
SLOVENIA            0
South Africa:       Andre Arendse, Cyril Nzama, Bradley Carnell, Aaron Mokoena, 
                    MacBeth Sibaya, Quinton Fortune (Jabu Pule 84'), Teboho Mokoena, 
                    Siyabonga Nomvete (Delron Buckley 71'), Sibusiso Zuma, Benedict McCarthy 
                    (George Koumantarakis 80'), Lucas Radebe [c].
Slovenia:           Marko Simeunovič, Željko Milinovič, Muamer Vugdalič, Aleksander Knavs
                    (Spasoje Bulajič 60'), Đoni Novak, Aleš Čeh [c], Miran Pavlin, 
                    Mladen Rudonja, Milenko Ačimovič (Nastja Čeh 60'), Amir Karič, 
                    Sebastjan Cimirotič (Milan Osterc 41').
Referee:            Ángel Sánchez (Argentina).
Coaches:            South Africa: Jomo Sono.
                    Slovenia: Srečko Katanec.
Cards:              South Africa: Lucas Radebe [Y 12'], Teboho Mokoena [Y 59'].
                    Slovenia: Muamer Vugdalič [Y 35'], Željko Milinovič [Y 52'],
                              Aleš Čeh [Y 62'], Miran Pavlin [Y 75'].

12/06/2002, Daejeon (South Korea), Daejeon World Cup Stadium, 31024
World Cup
SOUTH AFRICA        2 (Benedict McCarthy 31', Lucas Radebe 53')
SPAIN               3 (Raúl 4', 56', Mendieta 45+')
South Africa:       Andre Arendse, Cyril Nzama, Bradley Carnell, Aaron Mokoena, 
                    MacBeth Sibaya, Quinton Fortune (Jacob Lekgetho 83'), Teboho Mokoena, 
                    Siyabonga Nomvete (George Koumantarakis 74'), Sibusiso Zuma, 
                    Benedict McCarthy, Lucas Radebe [c] (Thabang Molefe 80').
Spain:              Iker Casillas, Curro Torres, Iván Helguera, Raúl (Luis Enrique 82'),
                    Morientes (Luque 77'), Albelda (Sergio 53'), Romero, Mendieta, Xavi, 
                    Nadal [c], Joaquín.
Referee:            Saad Mane (Kuwait).
Coaches:            South Africa: Jomo Sono.
                    Spain: Camacho.
Cards:              South Africa: Cyril Nzama [Y 16'], Bradley Carnell [Y 67'], 
                                  Siyabonga Nomvete [Y 69'], Aaron Mokoena [Y 81'].
                    Spain: None.

12/06/2002, Seogwipo (South Korea), Jeju World Cup Stadium, 30176
World Cup
SLOVENIA            1 (Milenko Ačimovič 45+')
PARAGUAY            3 (Nelson Cuevas 65', 84', Jorge Campos 73')
Slovenia:           Mladen Dabanovič, Željko Milinovič, Đoni Novak, Aleš Čeh [c], 
                    Milan Osterc (Senad Tiganj 77'), Miran Pavlin (Mladen Rudonja 40'), 
                    Rajko Tavčar, Milenko Ačimovič (Nastja Čeh 62'), Amir Karič, 
                    Sebastjan Cimirotič, Spasoje Bulajič.
Paraguay:           José Luis Chilavert [c], Francisco Arce, Carlos Gamarra, Celso Ayala,
                    Guido Alvarenga (Jorge Campos 53'), Roque Santa Cruz, Roberto Acuña,
                    Carlos Humberto Paredes, Julio César Cáceres, José Cardozo 
                    (Nelson Cuevas 61' (Juan Carlos Franco 90+')), Denis Caniza.
Referee:            Felipe Ramón Rizo (Mexico).
Coaches:            Slovenia: Srečko Katanec.
                    Paraguay: Cesare Maldini (Italy).
Cards:              Slovenia: Miran Pavlin [Y 15'], Amir Karič [Y 68'], 
                              Mladen Rudonja [Y 69'], Željko Milinovič [Y 79'],
                              Nastja Čeh [R 81'].
                    Paraguay: Carlos Humberto Paredes [Y 4' YR 22'].

Table:
 1.SPAIN            3  3  0  0   9- 4  9
 2.PARAGUAY         3  1  1  1   6- 6  4
 3.South Africa     3  1  1  1   5- 5  4
 4.Slovenia         3  0  0  3   2- 7  0

Group C

03/06/2002, Ulsan (South Korea), Munsu Football Stadium, 33842
World Cup
BRAZIL              2 (Ronaldo 50', Rivaldo 87' pen)
TURKEY              1 (Hasan Şaş 45+')
Brazil:             Marcos, Cafu [c], Lúcio, Roque Júnior, Edmílson, Roberto Carlos, 
                    Gilberto Silva, Ronaldo (Luizão 73'), Rivaldo, Ronaldinho Gaúcho 
                    (Denílson 67'), Juninho Paulista (Vampeta 72').
Turkey:             Rüştü Reçber, Bülent Korkmaz (Ümit Davala 66'), Fatih Akyel, Alpay Özalan,
                    Tugay Kerimoğlu (Arif Erdem 88'), Hakan Şükür [c], Yıldıray Baştürk
                    (İlhan Mansız 66'), Hasan Şaş, Ümit Özat, Hakan Ünsal, Emre Belözoğlu.
Referee:            Kim Young-Joo (South Korea).
Coaches:            Brazil: Luiz Felipe Scolari.
                    Turkey: Şenol Güneş.
Cards:              Brazil: Denílson [Y 73'].
                    Turkey: Fatih Akyel [Y 21'], Hakan Ünsal [Y 24', YR 90+'], 
                            Alpay Özalan [Y 44' R 86'].

04/06/2002, Gwangju (South Korea), Gwangju World Cup Stadium, 27217
World Cup
CHINA               0
COSTA RICA          2 (Rónald Gómez 61', Mauricio Wright 65')
China:              Jiang Jin, Wu Chengying, Fan Zhiyi (Yu Genwei 74'), Sun Jihai 
                    (Qu Bo 26'), Li Tie, Ma Mingyu [c], Hao Haidong, Li Weifeng, Li Xiaopeng,
                    Yang Chen (Su Maozhen 66'), Xu Yunlong.
Costa Rica:         Erick Lonnis [c], Luis Marín, Mauricio Wright, Gilberto Martínez,
                    Rolando Fonseca (Hernán Medford 57'), Mauricio Solís, Paulo Wanchope
                    (Wílmer López 80'), Wálter Genteno, Rónald Gómez, Hárold Wallace
                    (Steven Bryce 70'), Carlos Castro.
Referee:            Kyros Vassaras (Greece).
Coaches:            China: Bora Milutinović (Yugoslavia).
                    Costa Rica: Alexandre Guimarães.
Cards:              China: Li Tie [Y 60'], Xu Yunlong [Y 72'], Li Xiaopeng [Y 77'].
                    Costa Rica: Luis Marín [Y 15'], Mauricio Solís [Y 17'], 
                                Rónald Gómez [Y 79'], Wálter Centeno [Y 85'].

08/06/2002, Seogwipo (South Korea), Jeju World Cup Stadium, 36750
World Cup
BRAZIL              4 (Roberto Carlos 15', Rivaldo 32', Ronaldinho Gaúcho 45' pen, Ronaldo 55')
CHINA               0
Brazil:             Marcos, Cafu [c], Lúcio, Roque Júnior, Roberto Carlos, Gilberto Silva, 
                    Ronaldo (Edílson 72'), Rivaldo, Ronaldinho Gaúcho (Denílson 46'), 
                    Ânderson Polga, Juninho Paulista (Ricardinho 70').
China:              Jiang Jin, Wu Chengying, Li Tie, Ma Mingyu [c] (Yang Pu 62'), Hao Haidong
                    (Qu Bo 75'), Li Weifeng, Zhao Junzhe, Du Wei, Li Xiaopeng, Qi Hong 
                    (Shao Jiayi 66'), Xu Yunlong.
Referee:            Anders Frisk (Sweden).
Coaches:            Brazil: Luiz Felipe Scolari.
                    China: Bora Milutinović (Yugoslavia).
Cards:              Brazil: Ronaldinho Gaúcho [Y 25'], Roque Júnior [Y 69'].
                    China: None.

09/06/2002, Incheon (South Korea), Munhak Stadium, 42299
World Cup
COSTA RICA          1 (Winston Parks 86')
TURKEY              1 (Emre Belözoğlu 56')
Costa Rica:         Erick Lonnis [c], Luis Marín, Mauricio Wright, Gilberto Martínez,
                    Wílmer López (Winston Parks 77'), Mauricio Solís, Paulo Wanchope,
                    Wálter Centeno (Hernán Medford 66'), Rónald Gómez, Hárold Wallace
                    (Steven Bryce 77'), Carlos Castro.
Turkey:             Rüştü Reçber, Emre Aşık, Fatih Akyel, Tugay Kerimoğlu (Arif Erdem 88'),
                    Hakan Şükür [c] (İlhan Mansız 75'), Yıldıray Baştürk (Nihat Kahveci 66'),
                    Hasan Şaş, Ümit Özat, Ergün Penbe, Emre Belözoğlu, Ümit Davala.
Referee:            Coffi Codjia (Benin).
Coaches:            Costa Rica: Alexandre Guimarães.
                    Turkey: Şenol Güneş.
Cards:              Costa Rica: Gilberto Martínez [Y 24'], Carlos Castro [Y 43'].
                    Turkey: Emre Aşık [Y 20'], Tugay Kerimoğlu [Y 45'], Emre Belözoğlu [Y 89'].

13/06/2002, Suwon (South Korea), Suwon World Cup Stadium, 38524
World Cup
COSTA RICA          2 (Paulo Wanchope 39', Rónald Gómez 56')
BRAZIL              5 (Ronaldo 10', 13', Edmílson 38', Rivaldo 62', Júnior 64')
Costa Rica:         Erick Lonnis [c], Luis Marín, Mauricio Wright, Gilberto Martínez
                    (Winston Parks 74'), Wílmer López, Mauricio Solís (Rolando Fonseca 65'), 
                    Paulo Wanchope, Wálter Centeno, Rónald Gómez, Hárold Wallace
                    (Steven Bryce 46'), Carlos Castro.
Brazil:             Marcos, Cafu [c], Lúcio, Edmílson, Gilberto Silva, Ronaldo, Rivaldo
                    (Kaká 72'), Ânderson Polga, Júnior, Juninho Paulista (Ricardinho 61'),
                    Edílson (Kléberson 57').
Referee:            Gamal Ghandour (Egypt).
Coaches:            Costa Rica: Alexandre Guimarães.
                    Brazil: Luiz Felipe Scolari.
Cards:              Costa Rica: None.
                    Brazil: Cafu [Y 90+'].

13/06/2002, Seoul (South Korea), Seoul World Cup Stadium, 43605
World Cup
TURKEY              3 (Hasan Şaş 6', Bülent Korkmaz 9', Ümit Davala 85')
CHINA               0
Turkey:             Rüştü Reçber (Ömer Çatkış 35'), Emre Aşık, Bülent Korkmaz, Fatih Akyel,
                    Tugay Kerimoğlu (Tayfur Havutçu 84'), Hakan Şükür [c], Yıldıray Baştürk
                    (İlhan Mansız 70'), Hasan Şaş, Hakan Ünsal, Emre Belözoğlu, Ümit Davala.
China:              Jiang Jin, Yang Pu, Wu Chengying (Shao Jiayi 46'), Li Tie, Hao Haidong
                    (Yu Genwei 73'), Li Weifeng, Zhao Junzhe, Du Wei, Li Xiaopeng, Yang Chen
                    (Qu Bo 73'), Xu Yunlong.
Referee:            Oscar Ruiz (Colombia).
Coaches:            Turkey: Şenol Güneş.
                    China: Bora Milutinović (Yugoslavia).
Cards:              Turkey: Emre Aşık [Y 19'], Emre Belözoğlu [Y 30'], Hasan Şaş [Y 81'].
                    China: Yang Pu [Y 45+'], Shao Jiayi [R 58'], Li Weifeng [Y 62'].

Table:
 1.BRAZIL           3  3  0  0  11- 3  9
 2.TURKEY           3  1  1  1   5- 3  4
 3.Costa Rica       3  1  1  1   5- 6  4
 4.China            3  0  0  3   0- 9  0

Group D

04/06/2002, Busan, Busan Asiad Main Stadium, 48760
World Cup
SOUTH KOREA         2 (Hwang Seon-Hong 26', Yoo Sang-Cheol 53')
POLAND              0
South Korea:        Lee Woon-Jae, Choi Jin-Cheol, Kim Nam-Il, Yoo Sang-Cheol 
                    (Lee Cheon-Soo 61'), Kim Tae-Young, Seol Ki-Hyun (Cha Doo-Ri 89'), 
                    Lee Eul-Yong, Hwang Seon-Hong (Ahn Jung-Hwan 50'), Hong Myung-Bo [c],
                    Park Ji-Sung, Song Jong-Gook.
Poland:             Jerzy Dudek, Michał Żewłakow, Tomasz Hajto, Piotr Świerczewski, 
                    Radosław Kałużny (Marcin Żewłakow 64'), Emmanuel Olisadebe, 
                    Tomasz Wałdoch [c], Jacek Krzynówek, Maciej Żurawski 
                    (Paweł Kryszałowicz 46'), Jacek Bąk (Tomasz Kłos 50'), Marek Koźmiński.
Referee:            Oscar Ruiz (Colombia).
Coaches:            South Korea: Guus Hiddink (Netherlands).
                    Poland: Jerzy Engel.
Cards:              South Korea: Park Ji-Sung [Y 70'], Cha Doo-Ri [Y 90'].
                    Poland: Jacek Krzynówek [Y 31'], Tomasz Hajto [Y 79'], 
                            Piotr Świerczewski [Y 84'].

05/06/2002, Suwon (South Korea), Suwon World Cup Stadium, 37306
World Cup
USA                 3 (John O'Brien 4', Jorge Costa 29' OG, Brian McBride 36')
PORTUGAL            2 (Beto 39', Jeff Agoos 71' OG)
USA:                Brad Friedel, Frankie Hejduk, Pablo Mastroeni, John O'Brien, 
                    Ernie Stewart [c] (Cobi Jones 46'), Jeff Agoos, DaMarcus Beasley, 
                    Brian McBride, Landon Donovan (Joe-Max Moore 75'), Tony Sanneh, Eddie Pope
                    (Carlos Llamosa 80').
Portugal:           Vítor Baía, Jorge Costa (Jorge Andrade 73'), Fernando Couto [c], Figo,
                    João Manuel Vieira Pinto, Pauleta, Rui Costa (Nuno Gomes 80'),
                    Sérgio Conceição, Petit, Beto, Rui Jorge (Paulo Bento 69').
Referee:            Byron Moreno (Ecuador).
Coaches:            USA: Bruce Arena.
                    Portugal: António Oliveira.
Cards:              USA: DaMarcus Beasley [Y 90+'].
                    Portugal: Beto [Y 34'], Petit [Y 52'].

10/06/2002, Daegu, Daegu World Cup Stadium, 60778
World Cup
SOUTH KOREA         1 (Ahn Jung-Hwan 78')
USA                 1 (Clint Mathis 24')
South Korea:        Lee Woon-Jae, Choi Jin-Cheol, Kim Nam-II, Yoo Sang-Cheol 
                    (Choi Yong-Soo 69'), Kim Tae-Young, Seol Ki-Hyun, Lee Eul-Yong,
                    Hwang Seon-Hong (Ahn Jung-Hwan 56'), Hong Myung-Bo [c], Park Ji-Sung 
                    (Lee Cheon-Soo 38'), Song Jong-Gook.
USA:                Brad Friedel, Frankie Hejduk, John O'Brien, Claudio Reyna [c], 
                    Clint Mathis (Josh Wolff 82'), Jeff Agoos, DaMarcus Beasley 
                    (Eddie Lewis 75'), Brian McBride, Landon Donovan, Tony Sanneh, Eddie Pope.
Referee:            Urs Meier (Switzerland).
Coaches:            South Korea: Guus Hiddink (Netherlands).
                    USA: Bruce Arena.
Cards:              South Korea: Hong Myung-Bo [Y 80'].
                    USA: Frankie Hejduk [Y 30'], Jeff Agoos [Y 39'].
Note:               Brad Friedel saved a penalty by Lee Eul-Yong at 39'.

10/06/2002, Jeonju (South Korea), Jeonju World Cup Stadium, 31000
World Cup
PORTUGAL            4 (Pauleta 14', 65', 77', Rui Costa 88')
POLAND              0
Portugal:           Vítor Baía, Jorge Costa, Fernando Couto [c], Figo, João Manuel Vieira Pinto
                    (Rui Costa 60'), Pauleta, Sérgio Conceição (Capucho 69'), Paulo Bento,
                    Frechaut (Beto 63'), Petit, Rui Jorge.
Poland:             Jerzy Dudek, Michał Żewłakow (Tomasz Rząsa 71'), Tomasz Hajto,
                    Piotr Świerczewski, Paweł Kryszałowicz, Radosław Kałużny 
                    (Arkadiusz Bąk 16'), Emmanuel Olisadebe, Tomasz Wałdoch [c], 
                    Jacek Krzynówek, Maciej Żurawski (Marcin Żewłakow 56'), Marek Kożmiński.
Referee:            Hugh Dallas (Scotland).
Coaches:            Portugal: Antônio Oliveira.
                    Poland: Jerzy Engel.
Cards:              Portugal: Frechaut [Y 25'], Jorge Costa [Y 27'], Rui Jorge [Y 31'].
                    Poland: Piotr Świerczewski [Y 21'], Arkadiusz Bąk [Y 39'].

14/06/2002, Incheon, Munhak Stadium, 50239
World Cup
SOUTH KOREA         1 (Park Ji-Sung 70')
PORTUGAL            0
South Korea:        Lee Woon-Jae, Choi Jin-Cheol, Kim Nam-Il, Yoo Sang-Cheol, Kim Tae-Young,
                    Seol Ki-Hyun, Lee Young-Pyo, Ahn Jung-Hwan (Lee Cheon-Soo 90+'), 
                    Hong Myung-Bo [c], Park Ji-Sung, Song Jong-Gook.
Portugal:           Vítor Baía, Jorge Costa, Fernando Couto [c], Rui Jorge (Abel Xavier 73'),
                    Figo, João Manuel Vieira Pinto, Pauleta (Jorge Andrade 69'), 
                    Sérgio Conceição, Paulo Bento, Petit (Nuno Gomes 77'). 
Referee:            Ángel Sánchez (Argentina)
Coaches:            South Korea: Guus Hiddink (Netherlands).
                    Portugal: António Oliveira.
Cards:              South Korea: Kim Tae-Young [Y 24'], Seol Ki-Hyun [Y 57'], 
                                 Kim Nam-II [Y 74'], Ahn Jung-Hwan [Y 90+'].
                    Portugal: Beto [Y 22' YR 66'], João Manuel Vieira Pinto [R 27'], 
                              Jorge Costa [Y 83'].

14/06/2002, Daejeon (South Korea), Daejeon World Cup Stadium, 26482
World Cup
POLAND              3 (Emmanuel Olisadebe 3', Paweł Kryszałowicz 5', Marcin Żewłakow 66')
USA                 1 (Landon Donovan 83')
Poland:             Radosław Majdan, Tomasz Kłos (Tomasz Wałdoch 89'), Jacek Zieliński [c],
                    Cezary Kucharski (Marcin Żewłakow 65'), Paweł Kryszałowicz, 
                    Emmanuel Olisadebe (Paweł Sibik 86'), Arkadiusz Głowacki, Maciej Murawski, 
                    Jacek Krzynówek, Maciej Żurawski, Marek Koźmiński.
USA:                Brad Friedel, Frankie Hejduk, John O'Brien, Ernie Stewart [c] 
                    (Cobi Jones 68'), Claudio Reyna [c], Clint Mathis, Jeff Agoos 
                    (DaMarcus Beasley 36'), Brian McBride (Joe-Max Moore 58'), Landon Donovan,
                    Tony Sanneh, Eddie Pope.
Referee:            Jun Lu (China).
Coaches:            Poland: Jerzy Engel.
                    USA: Bruce Arena.
Cards:              Poland: Radosław Majdan [Y 44'], Marek Koźmiński [Y 46'], 
                            Cezary Kucharski [Y 63'], Emmanuel Olisadebe [Y 86'].
                    USA: Frankie Hejduk [Y 72'].
Note:               Brad Friedel saved a penalty by Maciej Żurawski at 67'.

Table:
 1.SOUTH KOREA      3  2  1  0   4- 1  7
 2.USA              3  1  1  1   5- 6  4
 3.Portugal         3  1  0  2   6- 4  3
 4.Poland           3  1  0  2   3- 7  3

Group E

01/06/2002, Niigata (Japan), Niigata Stadium, 33679
World Cup
IRELAND             1 (Matt Holland 52')
CAMEROON            1 (Patrick Mboma 39')
Ireland:            Shay Given, Ian Harte (Steven Reid 77'), Steve Staunton [c], 
                    Jason McAteer (Steve Finnan 46'), Matt Holland, Damien Duff, Robbie Keane,
                    Kevin Kilbane, Mark Kinsella, Gary Breen, Gary Kelly.
Cameroon:           Alioum Boukar, Bill Tchato, Pierre Wome, Rigobert Song [c], 
                    Raymond Kalla, Geremi Njitap, Samuel Eto'o, Patrick Mboma
                    (Patrick Suffo 69'), Lauren Etame-Mayer, Marc-Vivien Foé, Salomon Olembe.
Referee:            Toru Kamikawa (Japan).
Coaches:            Ireland: Mick McCarthy.
                    Cameroon: Winfried Schäfer (Germany).
Cards:              Ireland: Jason McAteer [Y 30'], Steve Finnan [Y 51'], Steven Reid [Y 82'].
                    Cameroon: Raymond Kalla [Y 89'].

01/06/2002, Sapporo (Japan), Sapporo Dome, 32218
World Cup
GERMANY             8 (Miroslav Klose 20', 25', 70', Michael Ballack 40', Carsten Jancker 45+',
                       Thomas Linke 73', Oliver Bierhoff 84', Bernd Schneider 90+')
SAUDI ARABIA        0
Germany:            Oliver Kahn [c], Thomas Linke, Carsten Ramelow (Jens Jeremies 46'),
                    Christian Ziege, Dietmar Hamann, Carsten Jancker (Oliver Bierhoff 67'),
                    Miroslav Klose (Oliver Neuville 76'), Michael Ballack, Bernd Schneider,
                    Christoph Metzelder, Torsten Frings.
Saudi Arabia:       Mohammed Al-Deayea, Redha Tukar, Abdullah Sulaiman Zubromawi, 
                    Mohammed Noor, Sami Al-Jaber [c], Ahmed Dukhi Al-Dosari, Hussein Sulimani,
                    Khamis Al-Owairan Al-Dossari (Ibrahim Al-Shahrani 46'), 
                    Abdullah Al-Waked Al-Shahrani, Nawaf Al-Temyat (Abdulaziz Khathran 46'),
                    Al-Hasan Al-Yami (Abdullah Gaman Al-Dosary 77').
Referee:            Ubaldo Aquino (Paraguay).
Coaches:            Germany: Rudi Völler.
                    Saudi Arabia: Nasser Al-Johar.
Cards:              Germany: Christian Ziege [Y 43'], Dietmar Hamann [Y 83'].
                    Saudi Arabia: Mohammed Noor [Y 90+'].

05/06/2002, Ibaraki (Japan), Kashima Stadium, 35854
World Cup
GERMANY             1 (Miroslav Klose 19')
IRELAND             1 (Robbie Keane 90+')
Germany:            Oliver Kahn [c], Thomas Linke, Carsten Ramelow, Christian Ziege, 
                    Dietmar Hamann, Carsten Jancker (Oliver Bierhoff 75'), Miroslav Klose 
                    (Marco Bode 85'), Michael Ballack, Bernd Schneider (Jens Jeremies 89'),
                    Christoph Metzelder, Torsten Frings.
Ireland:            Shay Given, Steve Finnan, Ian Harte (Steven Reid 73'), Steve Staunton [c]
                    (Kenny Cunningham 87'), Matt Holland, Damien Duff, Robbie Keane,
                    Kevin Kilbane, Mark Kinsella, Gary Breen, Gary Kelly (Niall Quinn 73').
Referee:            Kim Milton Nielsen (Denmark).
Coaches:            Germany: Rudi Völler.
                    Ireland: Mick McCarthy.
Cards:              None.

06/06/2002, Saitama (Japan), Saitama Stadium, 52328
World Cup
CAMEROON            1 (Samuel Eto'o 66')
SAUDI ARABIA        0
Cameroon:           Alioum Boukar, Bill Tchato, Pierre Wome, Rigobert Song [c], Raymond Kalla,
                    Geremi Njitap, Samuel Eto'o, Patrick Mboma (Pius N'Diefi 74'), 
                    Lauren Etame-Mayer, Marc-Vivien Foé, Daniel Ngom Kome (Salomon Olembe 46').
Saudi Arabia:       Mohammed Al-Deayea, Mohammed Al-Jahani, Redha Tukar, 
                    Abdullah Sulaiman Zubromawi (Abdullah Gaman Al-Dosary 72'),
                    Fouzi Al-Shehri, Ibrahim Al-Shahrani, Obaid Al-Dosari 
                    (Al-Hasan Al-Yami 35'), Hussein Sulimani, Abdulaziz Khathran 
                    (Mohammed Noor 86'), Abdullah Al-Waked Al-Shahrani, Nawaf Al-Temyat.
Referee:            Terje Hauge (Norway).
Coaches:            Cameroon: Winfried Schäfer (Germany).
                    Saudi Arabia: Nasser Al-Johar.
Cards:              Cameroon: Pierre Wome [Y 10'].
                    Saudi Arabia: Al-Hasan Al-Yami [Y 59'].

11/06/2002, Shizuoka (Japan), Shizuoka Stadium ECOPA, 47085
World Cup
CAMEROON            0
GERMANY             2 (Marco Bode 50', Miroslav Klose 79')
Cameroon:           Alioum Boukar, Bill Tchato (Patrick Suffo 53'), Pierre Wome, 
                    Rigobert Song [c], Raymond Kalla, Geremi Njitap, Samuel Eto'o, 
                    Patrick Mboma (Joseph-Désiré Job 80'), Lauren Etame-Mayer, Marc-Vivien Foé,
                    Salomon Olembe (Daniel Ngom Kome 64').
Germany:            Oliver Kahn [c], Thomas Linke, Carsten Ramelow, Christian Ziege, 
                    Dietmar Hamann, Carsten Jancker (Marco Bode 46'), Miroslav Klose
                    (Oliver Neuville 84'), Michael Ballack, Bernd Schneider, 
                    Christoph Metzelder, Torsten Frings.
Referee:            Antonio López Nieto (Spain).
Coaches:            Cameroon: Winfried Schäfer (Germany).
                    Germany: Rudi Völler.
Cards:              Cameroon: Marc-Vivien Foé [Y 8'], Rigobert Song [Y 42'], 
                              Bill Tchato [Y 44'], Geremi Njitap [Y 56'], 
                              Salomon Olembe [Y 58'], Patrick Suffo [Y 60' YR 77'],
                              Lauren Etame-Mayer [Y 81'].
                    Germany: Carsten Jancker [Y 9'], Dietmar Hamann [Y 29'], 
                             Michael Ballack [Y 31'], Carsten Ramelow [Y 37' YR 40'], 
                             Oliver Kahn [Y 42'], Christian Ziege [Y 72'], 
                             Torsten Frings [Y 74'].

11/06/2002, Yokohama (Japan), International Stadium Yokohama, 65320
World Cup
SAUDI ARABIA        0
IRELAND             3 (Robbie Keane 7', Gary Breen 61', Damien Duff 87')
Saudi Arabia:       Mohammed Al-Deayea, Mohammed Al-Jahani (Ahmed Dukhi Al-Dosari 79'),
                    Redha Tukar, Abdullah Sulaiman Zubromawi (Abdullah Gaman Al-Dosary 68'),
                    Fouzi Al-Shehri, Ibrahim Al-Shahrani, Hussein Sulimani, 
                    Abdulaziz Khathran (Mohammad Al-Shlhoub 67'), Khamis Al-Owairan Al-Dossari,
                    Nawaf Al-Temyat, Al-Hasan Al-Yami.
Ireland:            Shay Given, Steve Finnan, Ian Harte (Niall Quinn 46'), Steve Staunton [c],
                    Matt Holland, Damien Duff, Robbie Keane, Kevin Kilbane, Mark Kinsella
                    (Lee Carsley 89'), Gary Breen, Gary Kelly (Jason McAteer 80').
Referee:            Falla Ndoye (Senegal).
Coaches:            Saudi Arabia: Nasser Al-Johar.
                    Ireland: Mick McCarthy.
Cards:              Saudi Arabia: Nawaf Al-Temyat [Y 61'].
                    Ireland: Steve Staunton [Y 70'].

Table:
 1.GERMANY          3  2  1  0  11- 1  7
 2.IRELAND          3  1  2  0   5- 2  5
 3.Cameroon         3  1  1  1   2- 3  4
 4.Saudi Arabia     3  0  0  3   0-12  0

Group F

02/06/2002, Saitama (Japan), Saitama Stadium 2002, 52721
World Cup
ENGLAND             1 (Sol Campbell 24')
SWEDEN              1 (Niclas Alexandersson 59')
England:            David Seaman, Danny Mills, Ashley Cole, Rio Ferdinand, Sol Campbell,
                    David Beckham [c] (Kieron Dyer 63'), Paul Scholes, Michael Owen,
                    Emile Heskey, Owen Hargreaves, Darius Vassell (Joe Cole 74').
Sweden:             Magnus Hedman, Olof Mellberg, Johan Mjällby [c], Tobias Linderoth,
                    Niclas Alexandersson, Fredrik Ljungberg, Marcus Allbäck 
                    (Andreas Andersson 80'), Henrik Larsson, Andreas Jakobsson, Teddy Lucic,
                    Magnus Svensson (Anders Svensson 56').
Referee:            Carlos Simon (Brazil).
Coaches:            England: Sven-Göran Eriksson (Sweden).
                    Sweden: Lars Lagerbäck and Tommy Söderberg.
Cards:              England: Sol Campbell [Y 12'].
                    Sweden: Marcus Allbäck [Y 45+'], Andreas Jakobsson [Y 73'].

02/06/2002, Ibaraki (Japan), Kashima Stadium, 34050
World Cup
ARGENTINA           1 (Gabriel Batistuta 63')
NIGERIA             0
Argentina:          Pablo Cavallero, Juan Pablo Sorín, Mauricio Pochettino, Walter Samuel,
                    Claudio López (Cristian 'Kily' González 46'), Javier Zanetti,
                    Gabriel Batistuta (Hernán Crespo 81'), Ariel Ortega, 
                    Juan Sebastián Verón [c] (Pablo Aimar 78'), Diego Placente, Diego Simeone.
Nigeria:            Ike Shorunmu, Joseph Yobo, Celestine Babayaro, Nwankwo Kanu 
                    (Pius Ikedia 48'), Isaac Okoronkwo, Taribo West, Bartholomew Ogbeche, 
                    Augustine Okocha [c], Garba Lawal, Efetobore Sodje 
                    (Justice Christopher 73'), Julius Aghahowa.
Referee:            Gilles Veissière (France).
Coaches:            Argentina: Marcelo Bielsa.
                    Nigeria: Adegboye Onigbinde.
Cards:              Argentina: Walter Samuel [Y 51'], Diego Simeone [Y 90'].
                    Nigeria: Efetobore Sodje [Y 73'].

07/06/2002, Kobe (Japan), Kobe Wing Stadium, 36194
World Cup
SWEDEN              2 (Henrik Larsson 35', 63' pen)
NIGERIA             1 (Julius Aghahowa 27')
Sweden:             Magnus Hedman, Olof Mellberg, Johan Mjällby [c], Tobias Linderoth,
                    Niclas Alexandersson, Anders Svensson (Magnus Svensson 83'), 
                    Fredrik Ljungberg, Marcus Allbäck (Andreas Andersson 64'), Henrik Larsson,
                    Andreas Jakobsson, Teddy Lucic.
Nigeria:            Ike Shorunmu, Joseph Yobo, Celestine Babayaro (Nwankwo Kanu 65'), 
                    Isaac Okoronkwo, Taribo West, Bartholomew Ogbeche (Pius Ikedia 70'), 
                    Augustine Okocha [c], Ifeanyi Udeze, Justice Christopher, Julius Aghahowa.
Referee:            René Ortube (Bolivia).
Coaches:            Sweden: Lars Lagerbäck and Tommy Söderberg.
                    Nigeria: Adegboye Onigbinde.
Cards:              Sweden: Johan Mjällby [Y 31'], Niclas Alexandersson [Y 69'].
                    Nigeria: Taribo West [Y 80'].

07/06/2002, Sapporo (Japan), Sapporo Dome, 35927
World Cup
ARGENTINA           0
ENGLAND             1 (David Beckham 44' pen)
Argentina:          Pablo Cavallero, Juan Pablo Sorín, Mauricio Pochettino, Walter Samuel, 
                    Javier Zanetti, Gabriel Batistuta (Hernán Crespo 60'), Ariel Ortega, 
                    Juan Sebastián Verón [c] (Pablo Aimar 46'), Diego Placente, Diego Simeone,
                    Cristian 'Kily' González (Claudio López 64').
England:            David Seaman, Danny Mills, Ashley Cole, Rio Ferdinand, Sol Campbell,
                    David Beckham [c], Paul Scholes, Michael Owen (Wayne Bridge 80'), 
                    Emile Heskey (Teddy Sheringham 54'), Owen Hargreaves (Trevor Sinclair 19'),
                    Nicky Butt.
Referee:            Pierluigi Collina (Italy).
Coaches:            Argentina: Marcelo Bielsa.
                    England: Sven-Göran Eriksson (Sweden).
Cards:              Argentina: Gabriel Batistuta [Y 13'].
                    England: Ashley Cole [Y 29'], Emile Heskey [Y 50'].

12/06/2002, Miyagi (Japan), Miyagi Stadium, 45777
World Cup
SWEDEN              1 (Anders Svensson 59')
ARGENTINA           1 (Hernán Crespo 88')
Sweden:             Magnus Hedman, Olof Mellberg, Johan Mjällby [c], Tobias Linderoth, 
                    Niclas Alexandersson, Anders Svensson (Mattias Jonson 68'), Marcus Allbäck
                    (Andreas Andersson 46'), Henrik Larsson (Zlatan Ibrahimovic 88'),
                    Andreas Jakobsson, Teddy Lucic, Magnus Svensson.
Argentina:          Pablo Cavallero, Juan Pablo Sorín (Cristian 'Kily' González 63'),
                    Mauricio Pochettino, Matías Almeyda (Juan Sebastián Verón 63'), 
                    Walter Samuel, Claudio López, Javier Zanetti, Gabriel Batistuta [c] 
                    (Hernán Crespo 58'), Ariel Ortega, Pablo Aimar, José Chamot.
Referee:            Ali Bujsaim (UAE).
Coaches:            Sweden: Lars Lagerbäck and Tommy Söderberg.
                    Argentina: Marcelo Bielsa.
Cards:              Sweden: Magnus Svensson [Y 65'], Henrik Larsson [Y 78'].
                    Argentina: José Chamot [Y 55'], Matías Almeyda [Y 58'], 
                               Cristian 'Kily' González [Y 75'].
Notes:              Magnus Hedman saved a penalty by Ariel Ortega at 88'.
                    Claudio Caniggia was sent off from the substitutes bench at 45+'.

12/06/2002, Osaka (Japan), Osaka Nagai Stadium, 44864
World Cup
NIGERIA             0
ENGLAND             0
Nigeria:            Vincent Enyeama, Joseph Yobo, Isaac Okoronkwo, Augustine Okocha [c],
                    Ifeanyi Udeze, Justice Christopher, Efetobore Sodje, Julius Aghahowa,
                    Benedict Akwuegbu, James Obiorah, Feml Opabunmi (Pius Ikedia 86').
England:            David Seaman, Danny Mills, Ashley Cole (Wayne Bridge 85'),
                    Trevor Sinclair, Rio Ferdinand, Sol Campbell, David Beckham [c], 
                    Paul Scholes, Michael Owen (Darius Vassell 77'), Emile Heskey 
                    (Teddy Sheringham 69'), Nicky Butt.
Referee:            Brian Hall (USA).
Coaches:            Nigeria: Adegboye Onigbinde.
                    England: Sven-Göran Eriksson (Sweden).
Cards:              None.

Table:
 1.SWEDEN           3  1  2  0   4- 3  5
 2.ENGLAND          3  1  2  0   2- 1  5
 3.Argentina        3  1  1  1   2- 2  4
 4.Nigeria          3  0  1  2   1- 3  1

Group G

03/06/2002, Niigata (Japan), Niigata Stadium Big Swan, 32239
World Cup
CROATIA             0
MEXICO              1 (Cuauhtémoc Blanco 60' pen)
Croatia:            Stipe Pletikosa, Josip Šimunić, Stjepan Tomas, Boris Živković, 
                    Robert Prosinečki (Milan Rapaić 46'), Davor Šuker [c] (Daniel Šarić 64'),
                    Niko Kovač, Alen Bokšić (Mario Stanić 67'), Zvonimir Soldo, Robert Jarni,
                    Robert Kovač.
Mexico:             Oscar Pérez, Rafael Márquez [c], Manuel Vidrio, Gerardo Torrado, 
                    Ramón Morales, Jared Borgetti (Luis Hernández 68'), Cuauhtémoc Blanco
                    (Juan Francisco Palencia 79'), Braulio Luna, Sigifredo Mercado, 
                    Salvador Carmona, Gabriel Caballero.
Referee:            Jun Lu (China).
Coaches:            Croatia: Mirko Jozić.
                    Mexico: Javier Aguirre.
Cards:              Croatia: Boris Živković [R 59'].
                    Mexico: None.

3/06/2002, Sapporo (Japan), Sapporo Dome, Japan
World Cup
ITALY               2 (Christian Vieri 7', 27')
ECUADOR             0
Italy:              Gianluigi Buffon, Christian Panucci, Paolo Maldini [c], Fabio Cannavaro,
                    Francesco Totti (Alessandro Del Piero 74'), Cristiano Doni 
                    (Angelo Di Livio 64'), Alessandro Nesta, Luigi Di Biagio 
                    (Gennaro Gattuso 69'), Damiano Tommasi, Gianluca Zambrotta, 
                    Christian Vieri.
Ecuador:            José Francisco Cevallos, Augusto Porozo, Iván Hurtado [c], 
                    Ulises De la Cruz, Alfonso Obregón, Raúl Guerrón, Alex Aguinaga [c] 
                    (Carlos Tenorio 46'), Agustín Delgado, Kléber Chalá (Nicolás Asencio 85'),
                    Edison Méndez, Edwin Tenorio (Marlon Ayoví 59').
Referee:            Brian Hall (USA).
Coaches:            Italy: Giovanni Trapattoni.
                    Ecuador: Hernán Darío Gómez (Colombia).
Cards:              Italy: None.
                    Ecuador: Augusto Porozo [Y 14'], Ulises De la Cruz [Y 49'], 
                             Kléber Chalá [Y 54'].

08/06/2002, Ibaraki (Japan), Kashima Stadium, 36472
World Cup
ITALY               1 (Christian Vieri 55')
CROATIA             2 (Ivica Olić 73', Milan Rapaić 76')
Italy:              Gianluigi Buffon, Christian Panucci, Paolo Maldini [c], Fabio Cannavaro,
                    Cristiano Zanetti, Francesco Totti, Cristiano Doni (Filippo Inzaghi 79'),
                    Alessandro Nesta (Marco Materazzi 24'), Damiano Tommasi, 
                    Gianluca Zambrotta, Christian Vieri.
Croatia:            Stipe Pletikosa, Josip Šimunić, Stjepan Tomas, Milan Rapaić 
                    (Dario Šimić 79'), Davor Vugrinec (Ivica Olić 57'), Niko Kovač,
                    Alen Bokšić, Zvonimir Soldo (Jurica Vranješ 62'), Daniel Šarić,
                    Robert Jarni [c], Robert Kovač.
Referee:            Graham Poll (England).
Coaches:            Italy: Giovanni Trapattoni.
                    Croatia: Mirko Jozić.
Cards:              Italy: Christian Vieri [Y 51'].
                    Croatia: Robert Kovač [Y 39'].

09/06/2002, Miyagi (Japan), Miyagi Stadium, 45610
World Cup
MEXICO              2 (Jared Borgetti 28', Gerardo Torrado 57')
ECUADOR             1 (Agustín Delgado 5')
Mexico:             Oscar Pérez, Rafael Márquez [c], Manuel Vidrio, Gerardo Torrado, 
                    Ramón Morales, Jared Borgetti (Luis Hernández 77'), Cuauhtémoc Blanco
                    (Sigifredo Mercado 90+'), Braulio Luna, Salvador Carmona, Johan Rodríguez
                    (Gabriel Caballero 87'), Jesús Arellano.
Ecuador:            José Francisco Cevallos, Augusto Porozo, Iván Hurtado [c], 
                    Ulises De la Cruz, Alfonso Obregón (Alex Aguinaga 58'), Raúl Guerrón,
                    Iván Kaviedes (Carlos Tenorio 53'), Agustín Delgado, Kléber Chala, 
                    Edison Méndez, Edwin Tenorio (Marlon Ayoví 35').
Referee:            Mourad Deami (Tunisia).
Coaches:            Mexico: Javier Aguirre.
                    Ecuador: Hernán Darío Gómez (Colombia).
Cards:              Mexico: Gerardo Torrado [Y 65'].
                    Ecuador: Iván Kaviedes [Y 15'], José Francisco Cevallos [Y 27'], 
                             Raúl Guerrón [Y 49'], Carlos Tenorio [Y 61'], 
                             Agustín Delgado [Y 87'].

13/06/2002, Oita (Japan), Oita Stadium Big Eye, 39291
World Cup
MEXICO              1 (Jared Borgetti 34')
ITALY               1 (Alessandro Del Piero 85')
Mexico:             Oscar Pérez, Rafael Márquez [c], Manuel Vidrio, Gerardo Torrado, 
                    Ramón Morales (Rafael García 76'), Braulio Luna, Salvador Carmona,
                    Johan Rodríguez (Gabriel Caballero 76'), Jesús Arellano,
                    Jared Borgetti (Juan Francisco Palencia 76'), Cuauhtémoc Blanco.
Italy:              Gianluigi Buffon, Christian Panucci (Francesco Coco 63'), 
                    Paolo Maldini [c], Fabio Cannavaro, Cristiano Zanetti, Filippo Inzaghi 
                    (Vincenzo Montella 55'), Francesco Totti (Alessandro Del Piero 78'), 
                    Alessandro Nesta, Damiano Tommasi, Gianluca Zambrotta, Christian Vieri.
Referee:            Carlos Simon (Brazil).
Coaches:            Mexico: Javier Aguirre.
                    Italy: Giovanni Trapattoni.
Cards:              Mexico: Jesús Arellano [Y 2'], Oscar Pérez [Y 84'].
                    Italy: Fabio Cannavaro [Y 5'], Christian Panucci [Y 10'], 
                           Francesco Totti [Y 43'], Gianluca Zambrotta [Y 55'], 
                           Vincenzo Montella [Y 57'].

13/06/2002, Yokohama (Japan), International Stadium Yokohama, 65862
World Cup
ECUADOR             1 (Edison Méndez 48')
CROATIA             0
Ecuador:            José Francisco Cevallos, Augusto Porozo, Iván Hurtado [c], 
                    Ulises De la Cruz, Alfonso Obregón (Alex Aguinaga 40'), Raúl Guerrón,
                    Agustín Delgado, Marlon Ayoví, Kléber Chalá, Carlos Tenorio 
                    (Iván Kaviedes 76'), Edison Méndez.
Croatia:            Stipe Pletikosa, Robert Kovač, Josip Šimunić, Stjepan Tomas, Niko Kovač
                    (Jurica Vranješ 59'), Alen Bokšić, Daniel Šarić (Mario Stanić 68'),
                    Robert Jarni [c], Ivica Olić, Dario Šimić (Davor Vugrinec 52'),
                    Milan Rapaić.
Referee:            Wílliam Mattus (Costa Rica).
Coaches:            Ecuador: Hernán Darío Gómez (Colombia).
                    Croatia: Mirko Jozić.
Cards:              Ecuador: Kléber Chalá [Y 86'].
                    Croatia: Stjepan Tomas [Y 72'], Josip Šimunić [Y 90+'].

Table:
 1.MEXICO           3  2  1  0   4- 2  7
 2.ITALY            3  1  1  1   4- 3  4
 3.Croatia          3  1  0  2   2- 3  3
 4.Ecuador          3  1  0  2   2- 4  3

Group H

04/06/2002, Saitama, Saitama Stadium 2002, 55256
World Cup
JAPAN               2 (Takayuji Suzuki 59', Junichi Inamoto 67')
BELGIUM             2 (Marc Wilmots 57', Peter van der Heyden 75')
Japan:              Seigo Narazaki, Naoki Matsuda, Ryozo Morioka [c] (Tsuneyasu Miyamoto 71'),
                    Junichi Inamoto, Hidetoshi Nakata, Takayuki Suzuki (Hiroaki Morishima 68'),
                    Atsushi Yanagisawa, Koji Nakata, Shinji Ono (Alex Santos 64'), 
                    Kazuyuki Toda, Daisuke Ichikawa.
Belgium:            Geert De Vlieger, Eric van Meir, Timmy Simons, Marc Wilmots [c], Bart Goor,
                    Johan Walem (Wesley Sonck 68'), Gert Verheyen (Branko Strupar 83'),
                    Peter van der Heyden, Jacky Peeters, Daniel Van Buyten, Yves Vanderhaeghe.
Referee:            Wílliam Mattus (Costa Rica).
Coaches:            Japan: Philippe Troussier (France).
                    Belgium: Robert Waseige.
Cards:              Japan: Kazuyuki Toda [Y 31'], Junichi Inamoto [Y 54'].
                    Belgium: Peter van der Heyden [Y 21'], Gert Verheyen [Y 62'],
                             Eric van Meir [Y 82'].

05/06/2002, Kobe (Japan), Kobe Wing Stadium, 30957
World Cup
RUSSIA              2 (Egor Titov 59', Valery Karpin 64' pen)
TUNISIA             0
Russia:             Ruslan Nigmatullin, Yuri Kovtun, Yuri Nikiforov, Andrei Solomatin, 
                    Igor Semshov (Dmitry Khokhlov 46'), Viktor Onopko [c], Valery Karpin,
                    Egor Titov, Vladimir Beschastnykh (Dmitri Sychev 55'), Ruslan Pimenov,
                    Marat Izmailov (Dmitry Alenichev 78').
Tunisia:            Ali Boumnijel, Khaled Badra (Ali Zitouni 84'), Mohamed Mkacher, 
                    Zied Jaziri, Hatem Trabelsi, Hassen Gabsi (Imed Mhedhebi 67'),
                    Adel Sellimi [c] (Zoubeir Beya 67'), Raouf Bouzaiène, Riadh Bouazizi,
                    Radhi Jaïdi, Slim Ben Achour.
Referee:            Peter Prendergast (Jamaica).
Coaches:            Russia: Oleg Romantsev.
                    Tunisia: Ammar Souayah.
Cards:              Russia: Igor Semshov [Y 27'], Dmitry Alenichev [Y 88'].
                    Tunisia: Hassen Gabsi [Y 50'], Zied Jaziri [Y 75'].

09/06/2002, Yokohama, International Stadium Yokohama, 66108
World Cup
JAPAN               1 (Junichi Inamoto 51')
RUSSIA              0
Japan:              Seigo Narazaki, Naoki Matsuda, Junichi Inamoto (Takashi Fukunishi 85'),
                    Hidetoshi Nakata, Takayuki Suzuki (Masashi Nakayama 72'), 
                    Atsushi Yanagisawa, Koji Nakata, Tsuneyasu Miyamoto [c], Shinji Ono
                    (Toshihiro Hattori 75'), Tomokazu Myojin, Kazuyuki Toda.
Russia:             Ruslan Nigmatullin, Yuri Kovtun, Yuri Nikiforov, Alexei Smertin
                    (Vladimir Beschastnykh 57'), Andrei Solomatin, Igor Semshov, 
                    Viktor Onopko [c], Valery Karpin, Egor Titov, Ruslan Pimenov
                    (Dmitri Sychev 46'), Marat Izmailov (Dmitry Khokhlov 52').
Referee:            Markus Merk (Germany).
Coaches:            Japan: Philippe Troussier (France).
                    Russia: Oleg Romantsev.
Cards:              Japan: Tsuneyasu Miyamoto [Y 15'], Koji Nakata [Y 42'], 
                           Masashi Nakayama [Y 90+'].
                    Russia: Ruslan Pimenov [Y 13'], Andrei Solomatin [Y 38'], 
                            Dmitry Khokhlov [Y 60'].

10/06/2002, Oita (Japan), Oita Stadium Big Eye, 39700
World Cup
TUNISIA             1 (Raouf Bouzaiène 17')
BELGIUM             1 (Marc Wilmots 13')
Tunisia:            Ali Boumnijel, Khaled Badra [c], Zied Jaziri (Ali Zitouni 77'), 
                    Hatem Trabelsi, Hassen Gabsi (Adel Sellimi 67'), Kaies Ghodhbane,
                    Raouf Bouzaiène, Riadh Bouazizi, Radhi Jaïdi, Slim Ben Achour,
                    Mourad Melki (Zoubeir Beya 88').
Belgium:            Geert De Vlieger, Eric Deflandre, Glen De Boeck, Timmy Simons
                    (Mbo Mpenza 74'), Marc Wilmots [c], Bart Goor, Gert Verheyen 
                    (Wesley Sonck 46'), Peter van der Heyden, Daniel van Buyten,
                    Yves Vanderhaeghe, Branko Strupar (Sven Vermant 46').
Referee:            Mark Shield (Australia).
Coaches:            Tunisia: Ammar Souayah.
                    Belgium: Robert Waseige.
Cards:              Tunisia: Hassen Gabsi [Y 22'], Kaies Ghodhbane [Y 43'], 
                             Hatem Trabelsi [Y 68'], Mourad Melki [Y 69'].
                    Belgium: Daniel van Buyten [Y 40'].

14/06/2002, Shizuoka (Japan), Shizuoka Stadium ECOPA, 46640
World Cup
BELGIUM             3 (Johan Walem 7', Wesley Sonck 78', Marc Wilmots 82')
RUSSIA              2 (Vladimir Beschastnykh 52', Dmitri Sychev 88')
Belgium:            Geert De Vlieger, Glen De Boeck (Eric van Meir 90+'), Nico van Kerckhoven,
                    Marc Wilmots [c], Bart Goor, Johan Walem, Gert Verheyen (Timmy Simons 78'),
                    Jacky Peeters, Daniel van Buyten, Yves Vanderhaeghe, Mbo Mpenza 
                    (Wesley Sonck 70').
Russia:             Ruslan Nigmatullin, Yuri Kovtun, Yuri Nikiforov (Dmitri Sennikov 43'),
                    Alexei Smertin (Dmitri Sychev 34'), Andrei Solomatin, Viktor Onopko [c],
                    Valery Karpin (Alexander Kerzhakov 82'), Egor Titov, Vladimir Beschastnykh,
                    Dmitri Alenichev, Dmitry Khokhlov.
Referee:            Kim Milton Nielsen (Denmark).
Coaches:            Belgium: Robert Waseige.
                    Russia: Oleg Romantsev.
Cards:              Belgium: Yves Vanderhaeghe [Y 39'].
                    Russia: Andrei Solomatin [Y 12'], Alexei Smertin [Y 14'], 
                            Dmitri Alenichev [Y 64'], Dmitri Sennikov [Y 84'].

14/06/2002, Osaka, Nagai Stadium, 45213
World Cup
JAPAN               2 (Hiroaki Morishima 48', Hidetoshi Nakata 75')
TUNISIA             0
Japan:              Seigo Narazaki, Naoki Matsuda, Junichi Inamoto (Hiroaki Morishima 46'),
                    Hidetoshi Nakata (Mitsuo Ogasawara 84'), Takayuki Suzuki, 
                    Atsushi Yanagisawa (Daisuke Ichikawa 46'), Koji Nakata, 
                    Tsuneyasu Miyamoto [c], Shinji Ono, Tomokazu Myojin, Kazuyuki Toda.
Tunisia:            Ali Boumnijel, Khaled Badra [c], Zied Jaziri, Hatem Trabelsi, 
                    Kaies Ghodhbane, Raouf Bouzaiène (Ali Zitouni 78'), Riadh Bouazizi, 
                    Radhi Jaïdi, Slim Ben Achour, Mourad Melki (Zoubeir Beya 46'), 
                    José Clayton (Imed Mhedhebi 61').
Referee:            Gilles Veissière (France).
Coaches:            Japan: Philippe Troussier (France).
                    Tunisia: Ammar Souayah.
Cards:              Japan: none.
                    Tunisia: Riadh Bouazizi [Y 21'], Khaled Badra [Y 81'].

Table:
 1.JAPAN            3  2  1  0   5- 2  7
 2.BELGIUM          3  1  2  0   6- 5  5
 3.Russia           3  1  0  2   4- 4  3
 4.Tunisia          3  0  1  2   1- 5  1

1/8 Finals

15/06/2002, Seogwipo (South Korea), Jeju World Cup Stadium, 25176
World Cup
GERMANY             1 (Oliver Neuville 88')
PARAGUAY            0
Germany:            Oliver Kahn [c], Thomas Linke, Marko Rehmer (Sebastian Kehl 46'), 
                    Oliver Neuville (Gerald Asamoah 90+'), Miroslav Klose, Michael Ballack, 
                    Jens Jeremies, Marco Bode, Bernd Schneider, Christoph Metzelder
                    (Frank Baumann 60'), Torsten Frings.
Paraguay:           José Luis Chilavert [c], Francisco Arce, Carlos Gamarra, Celso Ayala,
                    Estanislao Struway (Nelson Cuevas 90+'), Roque Santa Cruz
                    (Jorge Campos 29'), Roberto Acuña, Carlos Bonet (Diego Gavilán 84'),
                    Julio César Cáceres, José Cardozo, Denis Caniza.
Referee:            Carlos Batrés (Guatemala).
Coaches:            Germany: Rudi Völler.
                    Paraguay: Cesare Maldini (Italy).
Cards:              Germany: Bernd Schneider [Y 35'], Frank Baumann [Y 71'], 
                             Michael Ballack [Y 90+'].
                    Paraguay: Roberto Acuña [Y 26' YR 90+'], José Cardozo [Y 50'].

15/06/2002, Niigata (Japan), Niigata Stadium Big Swan, 40582
World Cup
DENMARK             0
ENGLAND             3 (Rio Ferdinand 5', Michael Owen 22', Emile Heskey 44')
Denmark:            Thomas Sørensen, Stig Tøfting (Claus Jensen 58'), René Henriksen [c],
                    Martin Laursen, Thomas Helveg (Kasper Bøgelund 7'), Thomas Gravesen,
                    Jesper Grønkjær, Jon Dahl Tomasson, Ebbe Sand, Niclas Jensen, 
                    Dennis Rommedahl.
England:            David Seaman, Danny Mills, Ashley Cole, Trevor Sinclair, Rio Ferdinand,
                    Sol Campbell, David Beckham [c], Paul Scholes (Kieron Dyer 49'), 
                    Michael Owen (Robbie Fowler 46'), Emile Heskey (Teddy Sheringham 69'), 
                    Nicky Butt.
Referee:            Markus Merk (Germany).
Coaches:            Denmark: Morten Olsen.
                    England: Sven-Göran Eriksson (Sweden).
Cards:              Denmark: Stig Tøfting [Y 24'].
                    England: Danny Mills [Y 50'].

16/06/2002, Oita (Japan), Oita Stadium Big Eye, 39747
World Cup
SWEDEN              1 (Henrik Larsson 11')
SENEGAL             2 (Henri Camara 37', 104')
After sudden death extra time.
Sweden:             Magnus Hedman, Olof Mellberg, Johan Mjällby [c], Tobias Linderoth,
                    Niclas Alexandersson (Zlatan Ibrahimovic 76'), Anders Svensson, 
                    Marcus Allbäck (Andreas Andersson 65'), Henrik Larsson, Andreas Jakobsson,
                    Teddy Lucic, Magnus Svensson (Mattias Jonson 99').
Senegal:            Tony Sylva, Omar Daf, Papa Malick Diop (Habib Bèye 66'), Aliou Cissé [c],
                    Henri Camara, El-Hadji Diouf, Amdy Faye, Lamine Diatta, Ferdinand Coly,
                    Pape Thiaw, Papa Bouba Diop.
Referee:            Ubaldo Aquino (Paraguay).
Coaches:            Sweden: Lars Lagerbäck and Tommy Söderberg.
                    Senegal: Bruno Metsu (France).
Cards:              Sweden: None.
                    Senegal: Ferdinand Coly [Y 73'], Pape Thiaw [Y 94'].

16/06/2002, Suwon (South Korea), Suwon World Cup Stadium, 38926
World Cup
SPAIN               1 (Fernando Morientes 8')
IRELAND             1 (Robbie Keane 90' pen)
Spain won 3-2 on penalties.
Spain:              Iker Casillas, Juanfran, Iván Helguera, Puyol, Hierro [c], Raúl
                    (Luque 80'), Baraja, Morientes (Albelda 72'), De Pedro (Mendieta 66'),
                    Valerón, Luis Enrique.
Ireland:            Shay Given, Steve Finnan, Ian Harte (David Connolly 82'), 
                    Steve Staunton [c] (Kenny Cunningham 50'), Matt Holland, Damien Duff, 
                    Robbie Keane, Kevin Kilbane, Mark Kinsella, Gary Breen, Gary Kelly 
                    (Niall Quinn 55').
Referee:            Anders Frisk (Sweden).
Coaches:            Spain: Camacho.
                    Ireland: Mick McCarthy.
Cards:              Spain: Juanfran [Y 62'], Baraja [Y 87'], Hierro [Y 89'].
                    Ireland: none.
Penalties:          0-1 Robbie Keane, 1-1 Hierro, 1-1 Matt Holland (miss), 2-1 Baraja, 
                    2-1 David Connolly (save), 2-1 Juanfran (miss), 2-1 Kevin Kilbane (save),
                    2-1 Valerón (miss), 2-2 Steve Finnan, 3-2 Mendieta.
Note:               Iker Casillas saved a penalty by Ian Harte at 62'.

17/06/2002, Kobe (Japan), Kobe Wing Stadium, 40440
World Cup
BRAZIL              2 (Rivaldo 67', Ronaldo 87')
BELGIUM             0
Brazil:             Marcos, Cafu [c], Lúcio, Roque Júnior, Edmílson, Roberto Carlos,
                    Gilberto Silva, Ronaldo, Rivaldo (Ricardinho 90'), Ronaldinho Gaúcho 
                    (Kléberson 81'), Juninho Paulista (Denílson 57').
Belgium:            Geert De Vlieger, Nico van Kerckhoven, Timmy Simons, Marc Wilmots [c],
                    Bart Goor, Johan Walem, Gert Verheyen, Jacky Peeters (Wesley Sonck 72'),
                    Daniel van Buyten, Yves Vanderhaeghe, Mbo Mpenza.
Referee:            Peter Prendergast (Jamaica).
Coaches:            Brazil: Luiz Felipe Scolari.
                    Belgium: Robert Waseige.
Cards:              Brazil: Roberto Carlos [Y 28'].
                    Belgium: Yves Vanderhaeghe [Y 24'].

17/06/2002, Jeonju (South Korea), Jeonju World Cup Stadium, 36380
World Cup
USA                 2 (Brian McBride 8', Landon Donovan 65')
MEXICO              0
USA:                Brad Friedel, Gregg Berhalter, Pablo Mastroeni (Carlos Llamosa 90+'),
                    John O'Brien, Eddie Pope, Eddie Lewis, Claudio Reyna [c], Josh Wolff 
                    (Ernie Stewart 59'), Brian McBride (Cobi Jones 79'), Landon Donovan, 
                    Tony Sanneh.
Mexico:             Oscar Pérez, Rafael Márquez [c], Manuel Vidrio (Sigifredo Mercado 46'),
                    Gerardo Torrado (Alberto García Aspe 78'), Jesús Arellano, Ramón Morales 
                    (Luis Hernández 28'), Jared Borgetti, Cuauhtémoc Blanco, Braulio Luna, 
                    Salvador Carmona, Johan Rodríguez.
Referee:            Vítor Melo Pereira (Portugal)
Coaches:            USA: Bruce Arena
                    Mexico: Javier Aguirre
Cards:              USA: Eddie Pope [Y 26'], Pablo Mastroeni [Y 47'], Josh Wolff [Y 50'], 
                         Gregg Berhalter [Y 53'], Brad Friedel [Y 83'].
                    Mexico: Manuel Vidrio [Y 37'], Luis Hernández [Y 67'],
                            Cuauhtémoc Blanco [Y 70'], Alberto García Aspe [Y 81'],
                            Salvador Carmona [Y 84'], Rafael Márquez [R 88'].

18/06/2002, Miyagi, Miyagi Stadium, 45666
World Cup
JAPAN               0
TURKEY              1 (Ümit Davala 12')
Japan:              Seigo Narazaki, Naoki Matsuda,  Tsuneyasu Miyamoto [c], Tomokazu Myojin, 
                    Junichi Inamoto (Daisuke Ichikawa 46' (Hiroaki Morishima 86')), 
                    Hidetoshi Nakata, Akinori Nishizawa, Alex Santos (Takayuki Suzuki 46'),
                    Koji Nakata, Shinji Ono, Kazuyuki Toda.
Turkey:             Rüştü Reçber, Bülent Korkmaz, Fatih Akyel, Alpay Özalan, Tugay Kerimoğlu,
                    Hakan Şükür [c], Yıldıray Baştürk (İlhan Mansız 90'), Hasan Şaş
                    (Tayfur Havutçu 85'), Ergün Penbe, Hakan Ünsal, Ümit Davala 
                    (Nihat Kahveci 74').
Referee:            Pierluigi Collina (Italy).
Coaches:            Japan: Philippe Troussier (France).
                    Turkey: Şenol Güneş.
Cards:              Japan: Kazuyuki Toda [Y 45'].
                    Turkey: Alpay Özalan [Y 21'], Ergün Penbe [Y 44'], Hakan Şükür [Y 90+'].

18/06/2002, Daejeon, Daejeon World Cup Stadium, 38588
World Cup
SOUTH KOREA         2 (Seol Ki-Hyun 88', Ahn Jung-Hwan 117')
ITALY               1 (Christian Vieri 18')
After sudden death extra time.
South Korea:        Lee Woon-Jae, Choi Jin-Cheol, Kim Nam-II (Lee Cheon-Soo, 68'), 
                    Yoo Sang-Cheol, Kim Tae-Young (Hwang Seon-Hong 63'), Seol Ki-Hyun,
                    Lee Young-Pyo, Ahn Jung-Hwan, Hong Myung-Bo [c] (Cha Doo-Ri 83'),
                    Park Ji-Sung, Song Jong-Gook.
Italy:              Gianluigi Buffon, Christian Panucci, Paolo Maldini [c], Francesco Coco,
                    Cristiano Zanetti, Alessandro Del Piero (Gennaro Gattuso 61'),
                    Francesco Coco, Mark Iuliano, Damiano Tommasi, Gianluca Zambrotta
                    (Angelo Di Livio 72'), Christian Vieri.
Referee:            Byron Moreno (Ecuador).
Coaches:            South Korea: Guus Hiddink (Netherlands).
                    Italy: Giovanni Trapattoni.
Cards:              South Korea: Kim Tae-Young [Y 17'], Song Jong-Gook [Y 80'], 
                                 Lee Cheon-Soo [Y 99'], Choi Jin-Cheol [Y 115'].
                    Italy: Francesco Coco [Y 4'], Francesco Totti [Y 22' YR 103'], 
                           Damiano Tommasi [Y 55'], Cristiano Zanetti [Y 59'].
Note:               Gianluigi Buffon saved a penalty by Ahn Jung-Hwan at 4'.

Quarterfinals

21/06/2002, Shizuoka (Japan), Shizuoka Stadium ECOPA, 47436
World Cup
ENGLAND             1 (Michael Owen 23')
BRAZIL              2 (Rivaldo 45+', Ronaldinho Gaúcho 50')
England:            David Seaman, Danny Mills, Ashley Cole (Teddy Sheringham 80'), 
                    Trevor Sinclair (Kieron Dyer 56'), Rio Ferdinand, Sol Campbell, 
                    David Beckham [c], Paul Scholes, Michael Owen (Darius Vassell 79'), 
                    Emile Heskey, Nicky Butt.
Brazil:             Marcos, Cafu [c], Lúcio, Roque Júnior, Edmílson, Roberto Carlos,
                    Gilberto Silva, Ronaldo (Edílson 70'), Rivaldo, Ronaldinho Gaúcho,
                    Kléberson.
Referee:            Felipe Ramos Rizo (Mexico).
Coaches:            England: Sven-Göran Eriksson (Sweden).
                    Brazil: Luis Felipe Scolari.
Cards:              England: Paul Scholes [Y 75'], Rio Ferdinand [Y 86'].
                    Brazil: Ronaldinho Gaúcho [R 57'].

21/06/2002, Ulsan (South Korea), Munsu Football Stadium, 37337
World Cup
GERMANY             1 (Michael Ballack 39')
USA                 0
Germany:            Oliver Kahn, Thomas Linke, Christian Ziege, Oliver Neuville
                    (Marco Bode 80'), Dietmar Hamann, Miroslav Klose (Oliver Bierhoff 88'),
                    Michael Ballack, Sebastian Kehl, Bernd Schneider (Jens Jeremies 60'),
                    Christoph Metzelder, Torsten Frings.
USA:                Brad Friedel, Frankie Hejduk (Cobi Jones 65'), Gregg Berhalter, 
                    Pablo Mastroeni (Ernie Stewart 80'), John O'Brien, Eddie Lewis, 
                    Claudio Reyna [c], Brian McBride (Clint Mathis 58'), Landon Donovan, 
                    Tony Sanneh, Eddie Pope.
Referee:            Hugh Dallas (Scotland).
Coaches:            Germany: Rudi Völler.
                    USA: Bruce Arena.
Cards:              Germany: Sebastian Kehl [Y 66'], Jens Jeremies [Y 68'].
                    USA: Eddie Lewis [Y 40'], Eddie Pope [Y 41'], Claudio Reyna [Y 68'],
                         Pablo Mastroeni [Y 69'], Gregg Berhalter [Y 70'].

22/06/2002, Gwangju, Gwangju World Cup Stadium, 42114
World Cup
SOUTH KOREA         0
SPAIN               0
South Korea won 5-3 on penalties.
South Korea:        Lee Woon-Jae, Choi Jin-Cheol, Kim Nam-II (Lee Eul-Yong, 32'), 
                    Yoo Sang-Cheol (Lee Cheon-Soo 60'), Kim Tae-Young (Hwang Seon-Hong 90'),
                    Seol Ki-Hyun, Lee Young-Pyo, Ahn Jung-Hwan, Hong Myung-Bo [c], 
                    Park Ji-Sung, Song Jong-Gook.
Spain:              Iker Casillas, Iván Helguera (Xavi 93'), Puyol, Hierro [c], Baraja, 
                    Morientes, De Pedro (Mendieta 70'), Romero, Valerón (Luis Enrique 80'), 
                    Nadal, Joaquín.
Referee:            Gamal Ghandour (Egypt).
Coaches:            South Korea: Guus Hiddink (Netherlands).
                    Spain: Camacho.
Cards:              South Korea: Yoo Sang-Cheol [Y 52'].
                    Spain: De Pedro [Y 53'], Morientes [Y 111'].
Penalties:          1-0 Hwang Seon-Hong, 1-1 Hierro, 2-1 Park Ji-Sung, 2-2 Baraja,
                    3-2 Seol Ki-Hyun, 3-3 Xavi, 4-3 Ahn Jung-Hwan, 4-3 Joaquín (save),
                    5-3 Hong Myung-Bo.

22/06/2002, Osaka (Japan), Nagai Stadium, 44233
World Cup
SENEGAL             0
TURKEY              1 (İlhan Mansız 94')
After sudden death extra time.
Senegal:            Tony Sylva, Omar Daf, Papa Malick Diop, Aliou Cissé [c], Henri Camara,
                    Khalilou Fadiga, El-Hadji Diouf, Lamine Diatta, Salif Diao, 
                    Ferdinand Coly, Papa Bouba Diop.
Turkey:             Rüştü Reçber, Bülent Korkmaz, Fatih Akyel, Alpay Özalan, Tugay Kerimoğlu,
                    Hakan Şükür [c] (İlhan Mansız 67'), Yıldıray Baştürk, Hasan Şaş,
                    Ergün Penbe, Emre Belözoğlu (Arif Erdem 91'), Ümit Davala.
Referee:            Oscar Ruiz (Colombia).
Coaches:            Senegal: Bruno Metsu (France).
                    Turkey: Şenol Güneş.
Cards:              Senegal: Omar Daf [Y 12'], Aliou Cissé [Y 63'].
                    Turkey: Emre Belözoğlu [Y 22'], İlhan Mansız [Y 87'].

Semifinals

25/06/2002, Seoul, Seoul World Cup Stadium, 65256
World Cup
SOUTH KOREA         0
GERMANY             1 (Michael Ballack 75')
South Korea:        Lee Woon-Jae, Choi Jin-Cheol (Lee Min-Sung 56'), Yoo Sang-Cheol, 
                    Kim Tae-Young, Lee Young-Pyo, Lee Cheon-Soo, Cha Doo-Ri, Hwang Seon-Hong
                    (Ahn Jung-Hwan 54'), Hong Myung-Bo [c] (Seol Ki-Hyun 80'), Park Ji-Sung,
                    Song Jong-Gook.
Germany:            Oliver Kahn [c], Thomas Linke, Carsten Ramelow, Oliver Neuville
                    (Gerald Asamoah 88'), Dietmar Hamann, Miroslav Klose (Oliver Bierhoff 70'),
                    Michael Ballack, Marco Bode, Bernd Schneider (Jens Jeremies 85'),
                    Christoph Metzelder, Torsten Frings.
Referee:            Urs Meier (Switzerland).
Coaches:            South Korea: Guus Hiddink (Netherlands).
                    Germany: Rudi Völler.
Cards:              South Korea: Lee Min-Sung [Y 90+'].
                    Germany: Michael Ballack [Y 71'], Oliver Neuville [Y 85'].

26/06/2002, Saitama (Japan), Saitama Stadium 2002, 61058
World Cup
BRAZIL              1 (Ronaldo 49')
TURKEY              0
Brazil:             Marcos, Cafu, Lúcio, Roque Júnior, Edmílson, Roberto Carlos, 
                    Gilberto Silva, Ronaldo (Luizão 68'), Rivaldo, Kléberson (Belletti 85'),
                    Edílson (Denílson 75').
Turkey:             Rüştü Reçber, Bülent Korkmaz, Fatih Akyel, Alpay Özalan, Tugay Kerimoğlu,
                    Hakan Şükür [c], Yıldıray Baştürk (Arif Erdem 88'), Hasan Şaş,
                    Ergün Penbe, Emre Belözoğlu (İlhan Mansız 62'), Ümit Davala
                    (Mustafa İzzet 74').
Referee:            Kim Milton Nielsen (Denmark).
Coaches:            Brazil: Luiz Felipe Scolari.
                    Turkey: Şenol Güneş.
Cards:              Brazil: Gilberto Silva [Y 41'].
                    Turkey: Tugay Kerimoğlu [Y 59'], Hasan Şaş [Y 90'].

Third Place Match

29/06/2002, Daegu, Daegu World Cup Stadium, 63483
World Cup
SOUTH KOREA         2 (Lee Eul-Yong 9', Song Jong-Gook 90+')
TURKEY              3 (Hakan Şükür 1', İlhan Mansız 13', 32')
South Korea:        Lee Woon-Jae, Yoo Sang-Cheol, Seol Ki-Hyun (Choi Tae-Uk 79'),
                    Lee Young-Pyo, Lee Eul-Yong (Cha Doo-Ri 65'), Lee Cheon-Soo, Lee Min-Sung,
                    Ahn Jung-Hwan, Hong Myung-Bo [c] (Kim Tae-Young 46'), Park Ji-Sung, 
                    Song Jong-Gook.
Turkey:             Rüştü Reçber, Bülent Korkmaz, Fatih Akyel, Alpay Özalan, Tugay Kerimoğlu,
                    Hakan Şükür [c], Yıldıray Baştürk (Tayfur Havutçu 86'), İlhan Mansız,
                    Ergün Penbe, Emre Belözoğlu (Hakan Ünsal 41'), Ümit Davala 
                    (Okan Buruk 76').
Referee:            Saad Mane (Kuwait).
Coaches:            South Korea: Guus Hiddink (Netherlands).
                    Turkey: Şenol Güneş.
Cards:              South Korea: Lee Eul-Yong [Y 23'].
                    Turkey: Tugay Kerimoğlu [Y 50'], Rüştü Reçber [Y 83'].

Final

30/06/2002, Yokohama (Japan), International Stadium Yokohama, 69029
World Cup
GERMANY             0
BRAZIL              2 (Ronaldo 67', 79')
Germany:            Oliver Kahn [c], Thomas Linke, Carsten Ramelow, Oliver Neuville, 
                    Dietmar Hamann, Miroslav Klose (Oliver Bierhoff 74'), Jens Jeremies 
                    (Gerald Asamoah 77'), Marco Bode (Christian Ziege 84'), Bernd Schneider,
                    Christoph Metzelder, Torsten Frings.
Brazil:             Marcos, Cafu [c], Lúcio, Roque Júnior, Edmílson, Roberto Carlos,
                    Gilberto Silva, Ronaldo (Denílson 90'), Rivaldo, Ronaldinho Gaúcho 
                    (Juninho Paulista 85'), Kléberson.
Referee:            Pierluigi Collina (Italy).
Coaches:            Germany: Rudi Völler.
                    Brazil: Luiz Felipe Scolari.
Cards:              Germany: Miroslav Klose [Y 9'].
                    Brazil: Roque Júnior [Y 6'].

Squads


Argentina.
Belgium.
Brazil.
Cameroon.
China.
Costa Rica.
Croatia.
Denmark.
Ecuador.
England.
France.
Germany.
Ireland.
Italy.
Japan.
Mexico.
Nigeria.
Paraguay.
Poland.
Portugal.
Russia.
Saudi Arabia.
Senegal.
Slovenia.
South Africa.
South Korea.
Spain.
Sweden.
Tunisia.
Turkey.
Uruguay.
USA.

ARGENTINA

Germán Burgos
Roberto Ayala
Juan Pablo Sorín
Mauricio Pochettino
Matías Almeyda
Walter Samuel
Claudio López
Javier Zanetti
Gabriel Batistuta
Juan Sebastián Verón
Pablo Cavallero
Diego Placente
Diego Simeone
Claudio Husaín
Pablo Aimar
Gustavo López
Cristian 'Kily' González
Hernán Crespo
Marcelo Gallardo
Claudio Caniggia
José Chamot
Ariel Ortega
Roberto Bonano
Coach: Marcelo Bielsa (Argentina).

BELGIUM

Geert de Vlieger
Eric Deflandre
Glen de Boeck
Eric van Meir
Nico van Kerckhoven
Timmy Simons
Marc Wilmots
Bart Goor
Wesley Sonck
Johan Walem
Gert Verheyen
Peter van der Heyden
Franky Vandendriessche
Sven Vermant
Jacky Peeters
Daniel van Buyten
Gaetan Englebert
Yves Vanderhaeghe
Bernd Thijs
Branko Strupar
Danny Boffin
Mbo Mpenza
Frédéric Herpoël
Coach: Robert Waseige (Belgium).

BRAZIL

Marcos [Marcos Roberto Silveira Reis]
Cafu [Marcos Evangelista de Moraes]
Lúcio [Lucimar da Silva Ferreira]
Roque Júnior [José Vítor Roque Júnior]
Edmílson [Edmílson José Gomes de Moraes]
Roberto Carlos II [Roberto Carlos da Silva]
Ricardinho II [Ricardo Luís Pozzi Rodrigues]
Gilberto Silva [Gilberto Aparecido da Silva]
Ronaldo [Ronaldo Luís Nazário de Lima]
Rivaldo [Vítor Borba Ferreira]
Ronaldinho Gaúcho [Ronaldo de Assis Moreira]
Dida [Nélson de Jesus Silva]
Belletti [Juliano Haus Belletti]
Ânderson Polga [Ânderson Corrêa Polga]
Kléberson [José Kléberson Pereira]
Júnior II [Jenílson Ângelo de Souza]
Denílson III [Denílson de Oliveira]
Vampeta [Marcos André Batista dos Santos]
Juninho Paulista [Oswaldo Giroldo Júnior]
Edílson [Edílson da Silva Ferreira]
Luizão [Luiz Carlos Goulart]
Rogério Ceni [Rogério Ceni]
Kaká [Ricardo Izecson dos Santos Leite]
Coach: Luiz Felipe Scolari (Brazil).

CAMEROON

Boukar Alioum
Bill Tchato
Pierre Wome
Rigobert Song
Raymond Kalla
Pierre Njanka
Joseph Ndo
Geremi Njitap
Samuel Eto'o
Patrick Mboma
Pius N'Diefi
Lauren Etame-Mayer
Lucien Mettomo
Joël Epalle
Nicolas Alnoudji
Jacques Songo'o
Marc-Vivien Foé
Patrick Suffo
Eric Djemba-Djemba
Salomon Olembé
Joseph-Désiré Job
Idriss Carlos Kameni
Daniel Ngom Kome
Coach: Winfried Schäfer (Germany).

CHINA

An Qi
Zhang Enhua
Yang Pu
Wu Chengying
Fan Zhiyi
Shao Jiayi
Sun Jihai
Li Tie
Ma Mingyu
Hao Haidong
Yu Genwei
Su Maozhen
Gao Yao
Li Weifeng
Zhao Junzhe
Qu Bo
Du Wei
Li Xiaopeng
Qi Hong
Yang Chen
Xu Yunlong
Jiang Jin
Ou Chuliang
Coach: Velibor 'Bora' Milutinović (Yugoslavia).

COSTA RICA

Erick Lonnis
Jervis Drummond
Luis Marín
Mauricio Wright
Gilberto Martínez
Wílmer López
Rolando Fonseca
Mauricio Solís
Paulo Wanchope
Wálter Centeno
Ronald Gómez
Winston Parks
Daniel Vallejos
Juan José Rodríguez
Harold Wallace
Steven Bryce
Hernán Medford
Álvaro Mesén
Rodrigo Cordero
Wílliam Sunsing
Pablo Chinchilla
Carlos Castro
Lester Morgan
Coach: Alexandre Guimarães (Costa Rica).

CROATIA

Stipe Pletikosa
Anthony Šerić
Josip Šimunić
Stjepan Tomas
Milan Rapaić
Boris Živković
Davor Vugrinec
Robert Prosinečki
Davor Šuker
Niko Kovač
Alen Bokšić
Tomislav Butina
Mario Stanić
Zvonimir Soldo
Daniel Šarić
Jurica Vranješ
Robert Jarni
Ivica Olić
Goran Vlaović
Dario Šimić
Robert Kovač
Boško Balaban
Vladimir Vasilj
Coach: Mirko Jozić (Croatia).

DENMARK

Thomas Sørensen
Stig Tøfting
René Henriksen
Martin Laursen
Jan Heintze
Thomas Helveg
Thomas Gravesen
Jesper Grønkjær
Jon Dahl Tomasson
Martin Jørgensen
Ebbe Sand
Niclas Jensen
Steven Lustü
Claus Jensen
Jan Michaelsen
Peter Kjær
Christian Poulsen
Peter Løvenkrands
Dennis Rommedahl
Kasper Bøgelund
Peter Madsen
Jesper Christiansen
Brian Steen Nielsen
Coach: Morten Olsen (Denmark).

ECUADOR

José Francisco Cevallos
Augusto Porozo
Iván Hurtado
Ulises De la Cruz
Alfonso Obregón
Raúl Guerrón
Nicolás Asencio
Luis Gómez
Iván Kaviedes
Alex Aguinaga
Agustín Delgado
Oswaldo Ibarra
Ángel Fernández
Juan Carlos Burbano
Marlon Ayoví
Kléber Chalá
Geovanny Espinoza
Carlos Tenorio
Edison Méndez
Edwin Tenorio
Wellington Sánchez
Daniel Viteri
Walter Ayoví
Coach: Hernán Darío Gómez (Colombia).

ENGLAND

David Seaman
Danny Mills
Ashley Cole
Danny Murphy
Rio Ferdinand
Sol Campbell
David Beckham
Paul Scholes
Robbie Fowler
Michael Owen
Emile Heskey
Wes Brown
Nigel Martyn
Wayne Bridge
Martin Keown
Gareth Southgate
Teddy Sheringham
Owen Hargreaves
Joe Cole
Darius Vassell
Nicky Butt
David James
Kieron Dyer
Coach: Sven-Göran Eriksson (Sweden).

FRANCE

Ulrich Ramé
Vincent Candela
Bixente Lizarazu
Patrick Vieira
Philippe Christanval
Youri Djorkaeff
Claude Makelele
Marcel Desailly
Djibril Cissé
Zinedine Zidane
Sylvain Wiltord
Thierry Henry
Mikaël Silvestre
Alain Boghossian
Lilian Thuram
Fabien Barthez
Emmanuel Petit
Frank Leboeuf
Willy Sagnol
David Trézéguet
Christophe Dugarry
Johan Micoud
Grégory Coupet
Coach: Roger Lemerre (France).

GERMANY

Oliver Kahn
Thomas Linke
Marko Rehmer
Frank Baumann
Carsten Ramelow
Christian Ziege
Oliver Neuville
Dietmar Hamann
Carsten Jancker
Lars Ricken
Miroslav Klose
Jens Lehmann
Michael Ballack
Gerald Asamoah
Sebastian Kehl
Jens Jeremies
Marco Bode
Jörg Böhme
Bernd Schneider
Oliver Bierhoff
Christoph Metzelder
Torsten Frings
Hans-Jörg Butt
Coach: Rudolf 'Rudi' Völler (Germany).

IRELAND

Shay Given
Steve Finnan
Ian Harte
Kenny Cunningham
Steve Staunton
Jason McAteer
Roy Keane*
Matt Holland
Damien Duff
Robbie Keane
Kevin Kilbane
Mark Kinsella
David Connolly
Gary Breen
Richard Dunne
Dean Kiely
Niall Quinn
Gary Kelly
Clinton Morrison
Andy O'Brien
Steven Reid
Lee Carsley
Alan Kelly
Coach: Mick [Michael?] McCarthy (Ireland).
*Roy Keane was sent home before the tournament began.

ITALY

Gianluigi Buffon
Christian Panucci
Paolo Maldini
Francesco Coco
Fabio Cannavaro
Cristiano Zanetti
Alessandro Del Piero
Gennaro Gattuso
Filippo Inzaghi
Francesco Totti
Cristiano Doni
Christian Abbiati
Alessandro Nesta
Luigi Di Biagio
Mark Iuliano
Angelo Di Livio
Damiano Tommasi
Marco Delvecchio
Gianluca Zambrotta
Vincenzo Montella
Christian Vieri
Francesco Toldo
Marco Materazzi
Coach: Giovanni Trapattoni (Italy).

JAPAN

Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi
Yutaka Akita
Naoki Matsuda
Ryuzo Morioka
Junichi Inamoto
Toshihiro Hattori
Hidetoshi Nakata
Hiroaki Morishima
Akinori Nishizawa
Masashi Nakayama
Takayuki Suzuki
Seigo Narazaki
Atsushi Yanagisawa
Alex [Alexsandro Santos]
Takashi Fukunishi
Koji Nakata
Tsuneyasu Miyamoto
Shinji Ono
Mitsuo Ogasawara
Tomokazu Myojin
Kazuyuki Toda
Daisuke Ichikawa
Hitoshi Sogahata
Coach: Philippe Troussier (France).

MEXICO

Oscar Pérez
Francisco Gabriel de Anda
Rafael García
Rafael Márquez
Manuel Vidrio
Gerardo Torrado
Ramón Morales
Alberto García Aspe
Jared Borgetti
Cuauhtémoc Blanco
Braulio Luna
Oswaldo Sánchez
Sigifredo Mercado
Germán Villa
Luis Hernández
Salvador Carmona
Juan Francisco Palencia
Johan Rodríguez
Gabriel Caballero
Melvin Brown
Jesús Arellano
Alberto Rodríguez
Jorge Campos
Coach: Javier Aguirre (Mexico).

NIGERIA

Ike Shorunmu
Joseph Yobo
Celestine Babayaro
Nwankwo Kanu
Isaac Okoronkwo
Taribo West
Pius Ikedia
Mutiu Adepoju
Bartholomew Ogbeche
Jay Jay Okocha
Garba Lawal
Austin Ejide
Rabiu Afolabi
Ifeanyi Udeze
Justice Christopher
Efetobore Sodje
Julius Aghahowa
Benedict Akwuegbu
Eric Ejiofor
James Obiorah
John Utaka
Vincent Enyeama
Femi Opabunmi
Coach: Adegboye Onigbinde (Nigeria).

PARAGUAY

José Luis Chilavert
Francisco Arce
Pedro Sarabia
Carlos Gamarra
Celso Ayala
Estanislao Struway
Richard Báez
Guido Alvarenga
Roque Santa Cruz
Roberto Acuña
Jorge Campos
Justo Villar
Carlos Humberto Paredes
Diego Gavilán
Carlos Bonet
Gustavo Morínigo
Juan Carlos Franco
Julio César Cáceres
Daniel Sanabria
José Cardozo
Denis Caniza
Ricardo Tavarelli
Nelson Cuevas
Coach: Cesare Maldini (Italy).

POLAND

Jerzy Dudek
Tomasz Kłos
Jacek Zieliński
Michał Żewłakow
Tomasz Rząsa
Tomasz Hajto
Piotr Świerczewski
Cezary Kucharski
Paweł Kryszałowicz
Radosław Kałużny
Emmanuel Olisadebe
Radosław Majdan
Arkadiusz Głowacki
Marcin Żewłakow
Tomasz Wałdoch
Maciej Murawski
Arkadiusz Bąk
Jacek Krzynówek
Maciej Żurawski
Jacek Bąk
Marek Koźmiński
Adam Matysek
Paweł Sibik
Coach: Jerzy Engel (Poland).

PORTUGAL

Vítor Baía
Jorge Costa
Abel Xavier
Caneira
Fernando Couto
Paulo Sousa
Figo
João Pinto II [João Manuel Vieira Pinto]
Pauleta
Rui Costa
Sérgio Conceição
Hugo Viana
Jorge Andrade
Pedro Barbosa
Nélson
Ricardo
Paulo Bento
Frechaut
Capucho
Petit
Nuno Gomes
Beto
Rui Jorge
Coach: António Oliveira (Portugal).

RUSSIA

Ruslan Nigamatullin
Yuri Kovtun
Yuri Nikiforov
Alexei Smertin
Andrei Solomatin
Igor Semshov
Viktor Onopko
Valery Karpin
Egor Titov
Alexandr Mostovoi
Vladimir Beschastnykh
Stanislav Cherchesov
Viacheslav Daev
Igor Chugainov
Dmitry Alenichev
Alexander Kerzhakov
Sergei Semak
Dmitri Sennikov
Ruslan Pimenov
Marat Izmailov
Dmitry Khokhlov
Dmitri Sychev
Aleksander Filimonov
Coach: Oleg Romantsev (Russia).

SAUDI ARABIA

Mohammed Al-Deayea
Mohammed Al-Jahani
Redha Tukar
Abdullah Sulaiman Zubromawi
Mohsin Harthi
Fouzi Al-Shehri
Ibrahim Al-Shahrani
Mohammed Noor
Sami Al-Jaber
Mohammed Al-Shlhoub
Obeid Al-Dossary
Ahmed Dukhi Al-Dossary
Hussein Sulimani
Abdulaziz Al-Khathran
Abdullah Jumaan Al-Dosary
Khamis Al-Owairan Al-Dossari
Abdullah Alwaked Al-Shahrani
Nawaf Al-Temyat
Omar Al-Ghamdi
Al Hassan Al-Yami
Mabrouk Zaid
Mohammed Khojali Babkr
Mansour Al-Thagafi
Coach: Nasser Al-Johar (Saudi Arabia).

SENEGAL

Tony Sylva
Omar Daf
Pape Sarr
Pape Malick Diop
Alassane Ndour
Aliou Cissé
Henri Camara
Amara Traoré
Souleymane Camara
Khalilou Fadiga
El Hadji Diouf
Amdy Faye
Lamine Diatta
Moussa Ndiaye
Salif Diao
Omar Diallo
Ferdinand Coly
Pape Thiaw
Pape Bouba Diop
Sylvain Ndiaye
Habib Bèye
Kalidou Cissokho
Makthar Ndiaye
Coach: Bruno Metsu (France).

SLOVENIA

Marko Simeunovič
Goran Sankovič
Željko Milinovič
Muamer Vugdalič
Marinko Galič
Aleksander Knavs
Đoni Novak
Aleš Čeh
Milan Osterc
Zlatko Zahovič
Miran Pavlin
Mladen Dabanovič
Mladen Rudonja
Saša Gajser
Rajko Tavčar
Senad Tiganj
Zoran Pavlovič
Milenko Ačimovič
Amir Karič
Nastja Čeh
Sebastjan Cimirotič
Dejan Nemec
Spasoje Bulajič
Coach: Srečko Katanec (Slovenia).

SOUTH AFRICA

Hans Vonk
Cyril Nzama
Bradley Carnell
Aaron Mokoena
Jacob Lekgetho
MacBeth Sibaya
Quinton Fortune
Thabo Mngomeni
MacDonald Mukasi
Bennett Mnguni
Jabu Pule
Teboho Mokoena
Pierre Issa
Siyabonga Nomvethe
Sibusiso Zuma
Andre Arendse
Benedict McCarthy
Delron Buckley
Lucas Radebe
Calvin Marlin
Steven Pienaar
Thabang Molefe
George Koumantarakis
Coach: Jomo Sono (South Africa).

SOUTH KOREA

Lee Woon-Jae
Hyun Young-Min
Choi Sung-Yong
Choi Jin-Cheol
Kim Nam-Il
Yoo Sang-Cheol
Kim Tae-Young
Choi Tae-Uk
Seol Ki-Hyun
Lee Young-Pyo
Choi Yong-Soo
Kim Byung-Ji
Lee Eul-Yong
Lee Cheon-Soo
Lee Min-Sung
Cha Doo-Ri
Yoon Jong-Hwan
Hwang Seon-Hong
Ahn Jung-Hwan
Hong Myung-Bo
Park Ji-Sung
Song Jong-Gook
Choi Eun-Sung
Coach: Guus Hiddink (Netherlands).

SPAIN

Iker Casillas
Curro Torres
Juanfran
Iván Helguera
Puyol
Hierro
Raúl
Baraja
Morientes
Diego Tristán
De Pedro
Luque
Ricardo
Albelda
Romero
Mendieta
Valerón
Sergio
Xavi
Nadal
Luis Enrique
Joaquín Sánchez
Contreras
Coach: Camacho (Spain).

SWEDEN

Magnus Hedman
Olof Mellberg
Patrik Andersson
Johan Mjällby
Michael Svensson
Tobias Linderoth
Niclas Alexandersson
Anders Svensson
Fredrik Ljungberg
Marcus Allbäck
Henrik Larsson
Magnus Kihlstedt
Tomas Antonelius
Erik Edman
Andreas Jakobsson
Teddy Lucic
Magnus Svensson
Mattias Jonson
Pontus Farnerud
Daniel Andersson
Zlatan Ibrahimovic
Andreas Andersson
Andreas Isaksson
Coach: Lars Lagerbäck (Sweden) and Tommy Söderberg (Sweden).

TUNISIA

Ali Boumnijel
Khaled Badra
Zoubeir Beya
Mohamed Mkacher
Zied Jaziri
Hatem Trabelsi
Imed Mhadhebi
Hassen Gabsi
Riadh Jelassi
Kaies Ghodhbane
Adel Sellimi
Raouf Bouzaiène
Riadh Bouazizi
Hamdi Marzouki
Radhi Jaïdi
Hassen Bejaoui
Tarek Thabet
Slim Ben Achour
Emir Mkademi
Ali Zitouni
Mourad Melki
Ahmed Jaouachi
José Clayton
Coach: Ammar Souayah (Tunisia).

TURKEY

Rüştü Reçber
Emre Aşık
Bülent Korkmaz
Fatih Akyel
Alpay Özalan
Arif Erdem
Okan Buruk
Tugay Kerimoğlu
Hakan Šükür
Yıldıray Baştürk
Hasan Şaş
Ömer Çatkıç
Mustafa İzzet
Tayfur Havutçu
Nihat Kahveci
Ümit Özat
İlhan Mansız
Ergün Penbe
Abdullah Ercan
Hakan Ünsal
Emre Belözoğlu
Ümit Davala
Zafer Özgültekın
Coach: Şenol Güneş (Turkey).

URUGUAY

Fabián Carini
Gustavo Méndez
Alejandro Lembo
Paolo Montero
Pablo García
Darío Rodríguez
Gianni Guigou
Gustavo Varela
Darío Silva
Fabián O'Neill
Federico Magallanes
Gustavo Munúa
Sebastián Abreu
Gonzalo Sorondo
Nicolás Olivera
Marcelo Romero
Mario Regueiro
Richard Morales
Joe Bizera
Álvaro Recoba
Diego Forlán
Gonzalo De los Santos
Federico Elduayen
Coach: Víctor Púa (Uruguay).

USA

Brad Friedel
Frankie Hejduk
Gregg Berhalter
Pablo Mastroeni
John O'Brien
David Regis
Eddie Lewis
Earnie Stewart
Joe-Max Moore
Claudio Reyna
Clint Mathis
Jeff Agoos
Cobi Jones
Steve Cherundolo
Josh Wolff
Carlos Llamosa
DaMarcus Beasley
Kasey Keller
Tony Meola
Brian McBride
Landon Donovan
Tony Sanneh
Eddie Pope
Coach: Bruce Arena (USA).


Oldest and youngest

               Youngest                        Oldest
player         Opabunmi, NGR     17 y 101 d    Heintze, DEN      38 y 293 d
goalkeeper     Enyeama, NGR      19 y 287 d    Seaman, ENG       38 y 275 d
scorer         Sychev, RUS       18 y 231 d    Hierro, SPA       34 y  76 d
champion       Kaká, BRA         20 y  69 d    Cafu, BRA         32 y  11 d
finalist       Metzelder, GER    21 y 237 d    Bierhoff, GER     34 y  60 d
medalist       Kaká, BRA         20 y  69 d    Bierhoff, GER     34 y  60 d
captain        Márquez, MEX      23 y 110 d    Heintze, DEN      38 y 293 d
coach          Katanec, SLO      38 y 321 d    Maldini, PAR      70 y 110 d
referee        Shield, AUS       28 y 281 d    Sánchez, ARG      45 y 103 d


Awards

Tournament's Best Player:
adidas Golden Ball - Oliver Kahn (Germany)
adidas Silver Ball  Ronaldo (Brazil)
adidas Bronze Ball - Hong Myung Bo (South Korea)
Top Scorer:
adidas Golden Shoe - Ronaldo (Brazil)  8 goals
adidas Silver Shoe  Miroslav Klose (Germany)  5 goals
adidas Bronze Shoe  Rivaldo (Brazil)  5 goals
Gillette Best Young Player - Landon Donovan (United States)
Most Entertaining Team  South Korea
Lev Yashin (Best Goalkeeper) - Oliver Kahn (Germany)
FIFA Fair Play Trophy - Belgium

overview 2002 final tournament


About this document

With thanks to Neil Morrison (nfm24@hermes.cam.ac.uk) for adding squads, special characters and improving lay-out, to Thomas Søfting (thomsof@yahoo.com) for oldest/youngest info, and to Roberto Di Maggio (dimrob@libero.it) for awards info

Prepared and maintained by Erlan Manaschev the Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation

Author: Erlan Manaschev (emanaschev@yandex.ru)
Last updated: 3 Jul 2008

(C) Copyright Erlan Manaschev and RSSSF 2003/08
You are free to copy this document in whole or part provided that proper acknowledgement is given to the author. All rights reserved.