Sunday, September 28, 2003

Norway dominates South Korea 7-1



The Associated Press

FOXBORO, Mass. - Norway advanced to the Women's World Cup quarterfinals with a 7-1 rout of South Korea on Saturday, getting two goals each from Dagny Mellgren and Linda Ormen.

The total of eight goals matched a Women's World Cup record, accomplished five other times.

Norway finished second in Group B to Brazil and will play the United States at Foxboro, Mass., on Wednesday if the Americans beat or tie North Korea today.

FRANCE 1, BRAZIL 1, at Washington - The Brazilians (2-0-1), who probably will play the second-place team from Group A on Wednesday, have scored eight goals and allowed two in the tournament.

GERMANY 6, ARGENTINA 1, at Washington - Maren Meinert had two goals and two assists for the Germans (3-0), who have outscored opponents 13-2 and will play the second-place team from Group D Thursday in Portland, Ore.

CANADA 3, JAPAN 1, at Foxboro, Mass. - Canada (2-1) finished second in Group C with a tie-breaking goal by Christine Sinclair. The Canadians will play Thursday in Portland, Ore., against the winner of today's Russia-China game.




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