FIFA U-17 Women’s 2014

Japanese Angels Crowned FIFA U-17 Women’s 2014 World Cup Champions

 April 5, 2014   R K Gupta

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After displaying their superior football skill for over two weeks in Costa Rica, the Japanese U-17 women emerged as worthy winners of 2014 World Cup. For the umpteenth time in the tournament, Captain Hina Sugita was named as the player of the match. The little bundle of Japanese dynamo, moved around purposefully and her combination […]

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Japan and Spain Enter the FIFA U-17 World Cup for Women

 April 2, 2014   R K Gupta

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FIFA under-17 women’s world cup at Costa Rica has reached its climax with just two matches left that will decide the champion, runners-up and number 3 in the tournament. These two matches will be played in capital San Jose on April 4, 2014. It was a great experience for the budding young women, who had […]

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Hidden Gems of Women’s U-17 World Cup at Costa Rica as Tournament Nears Knock-out Phase

 March 27, 2014   R K Gupta

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The FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup has had a festive first week at Costa Rica, where young women are playing some serious football. Japan, Mexico, Nigeria, Venezuela, Italy and Ghana were the six teams that had sailed through to the quarterfinals by Saturday. In the remaining league matches on Saturday night, Canada was the next […]

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#TeamPlayedWonLostPoints
1Delhi Capitals DC2204
2Rajasthan Royals RR2204
3Royal Challengers Bangalore RCB3214
4Kings XI Punjab KXIP3122
5Mumbai Indians MI3122
6Kolkata Knight Riders KKR2112
7Chennai Super Kings CSK3122
8Sunrisers Hyderabad SRH2020

 

#PlayerPoint
1Kento MOMOTA109,118 / 14
2CHOU Tien Chen80,548 / 20
3Anthony Sinisuka GINTING78,332 / 20
4Anders ANTONSEN78,012 / 16
5CHEN Long76,880 / 17