Womens World Cup

North Korea, Colombia earn first, only points

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WOMEN'S WORLD CUP
GROUP C, STANDINGS

 
PL NATION GP PTS GD
1 Sweden 3 9 3
2 United States 3 6 4
3 North Korea 3 1 -3
4 Colombia 3 1 -4
Results
June 28 - Colombia 0, Sweden 1
June 28 - United States 2, North Korea 0
July 2 - North Korea 0, Sweden 1
July 2 - United States 3, Colombia 0
July 5 - Sweden 2, United States 1
July 5 - North Korea 0, Colombia 0
 

North Korea and Colombia drew 0-0 on Wednesday at the women's World Cup, ensuring neither team scored a single goal at the tournament.

Both teams were already eliminated after having lost their opening games to the United States and Sweden.

Colombia made the better start in an entertaining game, but North Korea went closest to scoring when Jo Yun Mi's shot flew narrowly wide of the corner in the sixth minute.

Both sides went all out to score toward the end, when North Korea captain Jo went close again by heading narrowly wide in the 86th minute.

Also Wednesday, Sweden beat the U.S. team 2-1 to top Group C.

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