Standard Stats 2003 Brazil: Women's World Cup

Standard Stats 2003 Brazil: Women's World Cup Table
Playing Time Performance Per 90 Minutes
Player Pos Age MP Starts Min Gls Ast PK PKatt CrdY CrdR Gls Ast G+A G-PK G+A-PK Matches
Daniela Alves LimaMF19443601000200.
Rosana dos Santos AugustoDF,FW20443601000000.
Juliana CabralDF21443600000100.
Andréia SuntaqueGK25443600000000.
Tânia MariaDF29443580000000.
Simone JatobáDF,MF22443280000000.
Priscila Faria de OliveiraMF2131470000000.
Kelly CristinaFW181090000000.
Mônica Angélica de PaulaDF251020000000.
Renata Diniz1700Matches
Milene DominguesMF2300Matches
Giselle Pereira de Vasconcellos1900Matches
Squad Total22.44436090002.
Opponent Total24.55536040601.001.00

Scores & Fixtures 2003 Brazil: Women's World Cup

Scores & Fixtures 2003 Brazil: Women's World Cup Table
Date Time Round Day Venue Result GF GA Opponent Poss Attendance Captain Formation Referee Match Report Notes
2003-09-2115:15 Group stageSunNeutralW30kr Korea Rep5334,144Match Report
2003-09-2417:00 Group stageWedNeutralW41no Norway5615,490Match Report
2003-09-2712:45 Group stageSatNeutralD11fr France5917,618Match Report
2003-10-0116:30 Quarter-finalsWedNeutralL12se Sweden5225,103Match Report

Goalkeeping 2003 Brazil: Women's World Cup

Goalkeeping 2003 Brazil: Women's World Cup Table
Playing Time Performance Penalty Kicks
Player Pos Age MP Starts Min GA GA90 SoTA Saves Save% W D L CS CS% PKatt PKA PKsv PKm Matches
Andréia SuntaqueGK254436041.002521.840211125.0Matches
Squad Total22.436041.002521.840211
Opponent Total24.536092.2511202

Shooting 2003 Brazil: Women's World Cup

Playing Time 2003 Brazil: Women's World Cup

Miscellaneous Stats 2003 Brazil: Women's World Cup

Group stage (September 20, 2003 to September 28, 2003)

Group B, Women's World Cup

Group B, Women's World Cup Table
Rk Squad MP W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1br Brazil321082+67→ Quarter-finals
2no Norway3201105+56→ Quarter-finals
3fr France311123-14
4kr Korea Rep3003111-100

Quarter-finals (October 1, 2003 to October 2, 2003)

se Sweden
Brazil br
Sweden won match in normal time and advance to Semi-finals.

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