World Cup 2002

Format: 32 teams in eight groups of four with two from each qualifying to the round of 16 before the Quarter Finals, Semi Finals and Final.

Friday 31st May 2002

Group A: France 0-1 Senegal (Seoul)

Saturday 1st June 2002

Group A: Uruguay 1-2 Denmark (Ulsan)

Group E: Republic of Ireland 1-1 Cameroon (Niigata)

Group E: Germany 8-0 Saudi Arabia (Sapporo)

Sunday 2nd June 2002

Group B: Paraguay 2-2 South Africa (Busan)

Group B: Spain 3-1 Slovenia (Gwangju)

Group F: Argentina 1-0 Nigeria (Ibaraki)

Group F: England 1-1 Sweden (Saitima)

Monday 3rd June 2002

Group G: Croatia 0-1 Mexico (Niigata)

Group G: Italy 2-0 Ecuador (Sapporo)

Group C: Brazil 2-1 Turkey (Ulsan)

Tuesday 4th June 2002

Group C: China 0-2 Costa Rica (Gwangju)

Group D: South Korea 2-0 Poland (Busan)

Group H: Japan 2-2 Belgium (Saitama)

Wednesday 5th June 2002

Group H: Russia 2-0 Tunisia (Kobe)

Group D: USA 3-2 Portugal (Suwon)

Group E: Germany 1-1 Republic of Ireland (Ibaraki)

Thursday 6th June 2002

Group A: Denmark 1-1 Senegal (Daegu)

Group A: France 0-0 Uruguay (Busan)

Group E: Cameroon 1-0 Saudi Arabia (Saitama)

Friday 7th June 2002

Group F: Sweden 2-1 Nigeria (Kobe)

Group F: Argentina 0-1 England (Sapporo)

Group B: Spain 3-1 Paraguay (Jeonju)

Saturday 8th June 2002

Group B: South Africa 1-0 Slovenia (Daegu)

Group C: Brazil 4-0 China (Seogwipo)

Group G: Italy 1-2 Croatia (Ibaraki)

Sunday 9th June 2002

Group C: Costa Rica 1-1 Turkey (Incheon)

Group G: Mexico 2-1 Ecuador (Miyagi)

Group H: Japan 1-0 Russia (Yokohama)

Monday 10th June 2002

Group H: Tunisia 1-1 Belgium (Oita)

Group D: South Korea 1-1 USA (Daegu)

Group D: Portugal 4-0 Poland (Jeonju)

Tuesday 11th June 2002

Group A; Denmark 2-0 France (Incheon)

Group A: Senegal 3-3 Uruguay (Suwon)

Group E: Cameroon 0-2 Germany (Shizuoka)

Group E: Saudi Arabia 0-3 Republic of Ireland (Yokohama)

Wednesday 12th June 2002

Group B: South Africa 2-3 Spain (Daejeon)

Group B: Slovenia 1-3 Paraguay (Seogwipo)

Group F: Sweden 1-1 Argentina (Miyagi)

Group F: Nigeria 0-0 England (Osaka)

Thursday 13th June 2002

Group C: Costa Rica 2-5 Brazil (Suwon)

Group C: Turkey 3-0 China (Seoul)

Group G: Mexico 1-1 Italy (Oita)

Group G: Ecuador 1-0 Croatia (Yokohama)

Friday 14th June 2002

Group H: Tunisia 0-2 Japan (Osaka)

Group H: Belgium 3-2 Russia (Shizuoka)

Group D: Portugal 0-1 South Korea (Incheon)

Group D: Poland 3-1 USA (Daejeon)

Final Standings: Group A: 1 Denmark (Q), 2 Senegal (Q), 3 Uruguay, 4 France. Group B: 1 Spain (Q), 2 Paraguay (Q), 3 South Africa, 4 Slovenia. Group C: 1 Brazil (Q), 2 Turkey (Q), 3 Costa Rica, 4 China. Group D: 1 South Korea (Q), 2 USA (Q), 3 Portugal, 4 Poland. Group E: 1 Germany (Q), 2 Republic of Ireland (Q), 3 Cameroon, 4 Saudi Arabia. Group F: 1 Sweden (Q), 2 England (Q), 3 Argentina, 4 Nigeria. Group G: 1 Mexico (Q), 2 Italy (Q), 3 Croatia, 4 Ecuador. Group H: Japan (Q), 2 Belgium (Q), 3 Russia, 4 Tunisia.

Saturday 15th June 2002

Round of 16: Germany 1-0 Paraguay (Seogwipo)

Round of 16: Denmark 0-3 England (Niigata)

Sunday 16th June 2002

Round of 16: Sweden 1-2 Senegal (Oita) sudden death aet

Round of 16: Spain 1-1 Republic of Ireland (Suwon) Spain won 3-2 on pens aet

Monday 17th June 2002

Round of 16: Mexico 0-2 USA (Jeonju)

Round of 16: Brazil 2-0 Belgium (Kobe)

Tuesday 18th June 2002

Round of 16: Japan 0-1 Turkey (Miyagi)

Round of 16: South Korea 2-1 Italy (Daejeon) sudden death aet

Friday 21st June 2002

Quarter Finals: England 1-2 Brazil (Shizuoka)

Quarter Finals: Germany 1-0 USA (Ulsan)

Saturday 22nd June 2002

Quarter Finals: Spain 0-0 South Korea (Gwangju) South Korea won 5-3 on pens aet

Quarter Finals: Senegal 0-1 Turkey (Osaka) sudden death aet

Tuesday 25th June 2002

Semi Finals: Germany 1-0 South Korea (Seoul)

Wednesday 26th June 2002

Semi Finals: Brazil 1-0 Turkey (Saitama)

Saturday 29th June 2002

Third/Fourth Playoff: South Korea 2-3 Turkey (Daegu)

Sunday 30th June 2002

Final: Brazil 2-0 Germany (Yokohama)

Brazil 3-4-2-1 Marcos – Lucio, Edmilson, Roque Junior – Cafu (c), Gilberto Silva, Kleberson, Roberto Carlos – Ronaldinho (Juninho Paulista 85), Rivaldo – Ronaldo (Denilson 90). Coach: Luiz Felipe Scolari.

Germany 3-5-2 Oliver Kahn (c) – Thomas Linke, Carsten Ramelow, Christoph Metzelder – Torsten Frings, Dietmar Hamann, Bernd Schneider, Jens Jeremies (Gerald Asamoah 77), Marco Bode (Christian Ziege 84) – Miroslav Klose (Oliver Bierhoff 74), Oliver Neuville. Coach: Rudi Voller.

Goals: 1-0 Ronaldo (Brazil) 67, 2-0 Ronaldo (Brazil) 79

Referee: Pierluigi Collina (Italy)

Attendance: 69,029

Venue: International Stadium (Yokohama)

Host Countries: Japan & South Korea

Stadiums Used: Busan Asiad Stadium (Busan), Daegu World Cup Stadium (Daegu), Daejeon World Cup Stadium (Daejeon), Gwangju World Cup Stadium (Gwangju), Incheon Munhak Stadium (Incheon), International Stadium (Yokohama),  Jeju World Cup Stadium (Seogwipo), Jeonju World Cup Stadium (Jeonju), Kashima Soccer Stadium (Kashima), Kobe Wing Stadium (Kobe), Miyagi Stadium (Miyagi), Nagai Stadium (Osaka), Niigata Stadium (Niigata), Oita Stadium (Oita), Saitama Stadium (Saitama), Sapporo Dome (Sapporo), Seoul World Cup Stadium (Seoul), Shizuoka Stadium (Shizuoka), Suwon World Cup Stadium (Suwon), Ulsan Munsu Stadium (Ulsan)

Top Goalscorer: Ronaldo (Brazil) 8

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