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Discussion in 'Women's International' started by Tsunami, Sep 28, 2003.
Aussies’ fate remains beyond their control
Starting lineups for both teams:
Still a young team for the Aussies. No Sacha for the remainder of the World Cup. Some solid players on the bench. Barbieri is starting at goal for the Aussies. Only 11 caps. Same as Kell.
First 10 minutes. Ghana has had more chances but Australia had one of the better ones from 15 yards with a shot by Garriock.
Even though Australia is playing in a changed strip, Skippy is with them and hoping to bring luck!
More saves by Melissa Barbieri as the Aussies fight off the Ghana attack 20 minutes into the match. They hit the bar twice in two minutes!
The Aussie GK has come up big so far in this half. Eeesh!!!
What an AWESOME Ghana goal!!!
It said that one of the Ghana players hit Barbieri. They allowed the play to go on?
2nd goal by Sackey. 2-0 to Ghana.
So does Di Alagich get that assist on that second Ghana goal?
And the Aussies were just robbed of a PK. The Ghanian defender clearly got all Aussie and zero ball.
Was that the non-call that Garriock was complaining about?
Ghana 2 Australia 1
I do believe so.
I was just gonna post that I thought Australia still had alot of time in this match to at least tie things up and lo and behold looks like they are one goal away from doing so.
Goal by Garriock in the 61st minute. 2-1.
I typed that right after the goal. Matchtracker must be slow for me.
Now Australia needs 2 more goals to win and keep their quarter-finals hopes alive. A draw/tie won't do.
Twice Davies gets hit in the face with the ball. Talk about bad luck!
Het cj -- who is that in your avatar?
Nice run by the lady named after a Canadian province.
Her name is Vida Guerra. She's a model.
Good try, Australia. Better luck, next time. So much travelling before the Cup and then sickness hit the team. Then injuries.
FT Ghana 2 Australia 1
I thought it was 4 minutes of stoppage time. Instead it was 3.
Sad to see the Aussies go. Nice effort though.
At least an African team finally got a win. Congrats Ghana.