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[FIFA WYC 2005] Day 3 Match Results

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Canada 1-1 Syria

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Canada hit back after a shocking start against Syria in Group E to claim a point at the FIFA World Youth Championship Netherlands 2005 in Tilburg.

Two headers of contrasting styles proved to be the only goals at the Willem II Stadium, though perhaps Canada may ultimately feel they had the better chances to claim victory.
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Brazil 0-0 Nigeria

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Brazil began the defence of their FIFA World Youth Championship crown on Sunday with a scoreless draw against an impressive Nigeria in Group F's opening match of Netherlands 2005. In an even and rapidly entertaining contest, strikers Diego Tardelli of Brazil and Solomon Okoronkwo of Nigeria both had chances to grab the winner but, in the end, defence won the day in Emmen.
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Columbia 2-0 Italy

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Colombia delighted their passionate, colourful and enthusiastic fans in Tilburg by deservedly beating Italy in the opening match of Group E at the FIFA World Youth Championship Netherlands 2005.

Colombian yellow, blue and red dominated the Willem II Stadium, both in the crowded grandstands and out on the pitch as Italy failed to contain their impressive opponents from South America.
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Switzerland 2-1 Korea

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Switzerland came from behind to defeat Korea Republic 2-1 in their opening Group F match of the FIFA World Youth Championship Netherlands 2005 on Sunday. In a highly entertaining encounter, Korea took the lead through Shin Young-Rok but two goals in five first-half minutes from Goran Antic and Johan Vonlanthen enabled the Swiss to grab the points and move to the top of the table following the 0-0 draw between Brazil and Nigeria earlier on in Emmen.
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