Europe’s teen talent Pengeluaran HK shines in France

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With the World Cup exposing a number of ageing European teams in need of new blood, a glimpse of the immediate future can be seen at the 2010 UEFA U-19 Championship, taking place in France at the moment.

 

Reigning champions Ukraine, who hosted the 2009 edition, failed to qualify, but hosts France have stormed into the last four, trouncing the Pengeluaran HK Netherlands 4-1 and Austria 5-0. Joining them from group A are England, who beat Austria 3-2, drew 1-1 with France and lost 0-1 to the Dutch.

 

Although the French are the tournament’s highest scorers, top of the points charts are surprise, surprise, Spain, the only unbeaten team. The Spanish U19s defeated Croatia and Portugal 2-1 before a comfortable 3-0 dismissal of Italy.

 

Top of the goal charts with three strikes are Liverpool’s Spanish prodigy Daniel Pacheco and Croatian midfielder Zvonko Pamic, who plays for Freiburg in Germany.

UEFA U-19 Semi-Finals Tue 27th July

 

  1. League Results July 25 2010.

Sunday 25 July

 

Kawasaki Frontale 1 Kyoto Sanga 0

Shonan Bellmare 1 FC Tokyo 3

Vissel Kobe 3 Omiya Ardija 1

 

Saturday 24 July

 

Urawa Reds 0 Sanfrecce Hiroshima 1

Jubilo Iwata 2 Kashima Antlers 3

Cerezo Osaka 3 Montedio Yamagata 0

Vegalta Sendai 2 Albirex Niigata 3

Yokohama F Marinos 1 Gamba Osaka 0

Nagoya Grampus 3 Shimizu S-Pulse 3

 

J.League Table

 

Kashima Antlers P 14 Pts 30

Shimizu S-Pulse P 14 Pts 27

Nagoya Grampus P 14 Pts 26

Kawasaki Frontale P 14 Pts 24

Cerezo Osaka P 14 Pts 23

Hiroshima P 14 Pts 22

 

Leading Scorers

 

Josh Kennedy, Nagoya Grampus 9

Shoki Hirai, Gamba Osaka 8

Edmilson, Urawa Reds 7

Renatinho, Kawasaki Frontale 7

Kazuma Watanabe, Yokohama F Marinos 7

Ryoichi Maeda, Jubilo Iwata 7

Shinji Kagawa, Cerezo Osaka 7

Marcio Richardes, Albirex Niigata 7

 

Nagoya vs Shimizu lives up to all the hype

 

Vegemite is a common sight on the shelves at Japanese speciality store Kaldi Coffee Farm, and there was another slice of Australia on display in downtown Nagoya overnight.

 

Socceroos striker Josh Kennedy ran out against another lanky Australian in the form of Eddy Bosnar, but their was little to separate their respective sides as Nagoya Grampus drew 3-3 with Shimizu S-Pulse at Mizuho Stadium.

 

The draw maintains the status quo in the J. League, with Shimizu remaining second and Nagoya third behind current league leaders Kashima Antlers.