LG Cup Four Nations Tournament (Saudi Arabia) 2006

LG Cup (Saudi Arabia) 2006


Date: Jan 21-25, 2006
Venue: Prince Faisal Fahad Stadium, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Teams: Saudi Arabia, Finland, Greece, South Korea

[Jan 21]

Greece 1 (Theodoros Zagorakis 10)
South Korea 1 (Park Chu-young 24)
HT: 1-1. Ref: Al-Shehri (Saudi Arabia).
GRE: Antonios Nikopolidis; Panagiotis Lagos (Nikolaos Lyberopoulos 46),
     Michalis Kapsis, Dimitrios Salpingidis, Pantelis Kafes, Theodoros
     Zagorakis  (Filippos Darlas 46), Evangelis Mantzios (Alexadros
     Tziolis 46), Loukas Vyntra, Traianos Dellas (Georgios Anatolakis
     57), Paraskevas Antzas (Theofanis Gekas 46), Dimitrios
     Papadopoulos (Ioannis Goumas 46).
KOR: Lee Woon-jae ; Choi Jin-cheul, Kim Dong-jin, Cho Won-hee (Jang
     Hack-yong 35), Kim Jin-kyu, Kim Do-heon, Lee Ho (Kim Jung-woo 46),
     Baek Ji-hoon, Park Chu-young (Chung Kyung-ho 46), Lee Chun-soo
     (Cho Jae-jin 73), Lee Dong-gook (Jung Jo-gook 73).

Saudi Arabia 1 (Mohammed Al-Shlhoub 58)
Finland 1 (Paulus Roiha 87)
HT: 0-0.
FIN: 1-Henri Sillanpaa; 2-Ari Nyman (3-Veli Lampi 82), 5-Juha Pasoja,
     14-Toni Kuivasto, 17-Tuomo Kononen, 22-Juuso Kangaskorpi (6-Ville
     Taulo 82), 20-Tuomas Uusimaki, 15-Jari Ilola (13-Antti Okkonen 88),
     7-Kari Arkivuo, 10-Jari Litmanen  (18-Juho Makela 73), 11-Paulus
     Roiha (21-Jukka Sauso 90).

[Jan 25]

Finland 0
South Korea 1 (Park Chu-young 46)
HT: 0-0.
FIN: 1-Henri Sillanpaa; 2-Ari Nyman, 5-Juha Pasoja (15-Jari Ilola 46),
     21-Jukka Sauso, 17-Tuomo Kononen, 13-Antti Okkonen (22-Juuso
     Kangaskorpi 69), 20-Tuomas Uusimaki (6-Ville Taulo 69), Markus
     Heikkinen, 7-Kari Arkivuo (8-Jussi Kujala 83), 10-Jari Litmanen 
     (25-Keijo Huusko 83), 18-Juho Makela (11-Paulus Roiha 60).
KOR: Lee Woon-jae ; Cho Won-hee, Kim Sang-shik, Kim Young-chul (You
     Kyoung-youl 47), Jang Hack-yong, Kim Nam-il (Choi Jin-cheul 83),
     Baek Ji-hoon, Kim Jung-woo (Lee Ho 56), Park Chu-young (Lee Chun-
     soo 73), Cho Jae-jin (Lee Dong-gook 73), Chung Kyung-ho.

Saudi Arabia 1 (Khaled Al-Thaker 89)
Greece 1 (Theodoros Zagorakis 58pen)
HT: 0-0. Att: 2,900. Ref: Jassim Mohammed (Bahrain).
KSA: 1-Mohammed Al-Deayea; 2-Ahmed Al-Dossary (Ahmed Al-Bahri 67),
     4-Hamad Al-Montashari, Al-Konandi, 12-Abdulaziz Al-Khathran,
     10-Mohammed Al-Shlhoub, 18-Nawaf Al-Temyat (Tayseer Al-Jassam 71),
     8-Abdullatif Al-Ghannam, 20-Yasser Al-Qahtani, 19-Mohammed Amine
     Haidar (29-Talal Al-Meshal 75), 9-Sami Al-Jaber .
GRE: 1-Antonis Nikopolidis (12-Stefanos Kotsolis 46); 24-Loukas Vyntra,
     19-Michail Kapsis (4-Georgios Alexopoulos 63), 18-Ioannis Goumas
     (32-Georgios Anatolakis 77), 2-Paraskevas Antzas, 29-Panagiotis
     Lagos, 7-Theodoros Zagorakis  (16-Pantelis Kafes 82), 20-Georgios
     Karagounis, 17-Theofanis Gekas, 22-Dimitrios Salpigidis,
     26-Evangelos Mantzios (33-Nikolaos Limberopoulos 79).
Sent off: GRE - Karagounis 86.

     Standings              P   W   D   L   F   A  Pts
     1.South Korea          2   1   1   0   2   1   4 - Champions
     2.Greece               2   0   2   0   2   2   2
     2.Saudi Arabia         2   0   2   0   2   2   2
     4.Finland              2   0   1   1   1   2   1

GOALSCORERS:
2 - Theodoros Zagorakis (Greece), Park Chu-young (South Korea);
1 - Mohammed Al Shlhoub (Saudi Arabia), Paulus Roiha (Finland), Khaled
    Al Thaker (Saudi Arabia).



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