Toulon Tournament: Full Statistical Round-Up

13 06 2009

toulonstatsFor the statistic lovers amongst you, here are the complete tournament details and statistics in English, as the only other place these seem to be are on the official website in French.

Of course, if you want to see them in all their French glory, you can see them here, but otherwise read on.

Group A

Egypt 0-1 United Arab Emirates
– 0-1 Mohamed Abdalla ‘8

Egypt: Aly, Osman (c), A. Mohamed (Hassan 72), Hegazy, Rashad, M.Mohamed (Selim 60), Ahmed, Khalifa, Hassan, Abdou, Ali
UAE: Al-Bairaq, Baniyas, Al-Kamali (c), Ibrahim (Al-Alawi 53), Al-Balooshi, Al-Mazam, Al-Menhali (Shanbih 46), Al-Musaibi, Abdalla, Al-Junaibi, Al-Hajeri (Al-Amoudi 65)

Booked: Khalifa, Egypt (UAE), Al-Balooshi, Al-Musaibi (UAE)

Argentina 4-0 Holland
– 1-0 Franco Jara ‘7
– 2-0 Diego Perotti ’47
– 3-0 Ever Banega ’65 pen
– 4-0 Diego Buonanotte ’80+1

Argentina: Marchesín, Pezzella (Pirez 70), Kruspky, Marin, Banega (c), Nervo, Jara (Diaz 68), Gallucci, Buonanotte, Gomez (Cardozo 66), Perotti
Holland: Mulder, Hiariej, Pieters, van Eijden, Wormgoor, Falkenburg, Gorter (Buttner 52), Roorda (c), Biseswar (Deekman 52), Sarpong, van Wolfswinkel (Dost 70)

Booked: Gallucci, Marchesín, Pezzella (Argentina), Pieters (Holland)

Holland 1-0 UAE
– 1-0 Ricky van Wolfswinkel ’36

Holland: Mulder, Pieters, van Eijden, Falkenburg, Gorter, Biseswar, Sarpong, van Wolfswinkel (c) (Deekman 70), Janmaat, ter Horst, Houtkoop (Buttner 55)
UAE: S. Abdulla, Al-Kamali (c), Al-Alawi, Juma, Al-Balooshi, M. Abdalla (Al-Mazam 66), Al-Musabi (Al-Juniaib 48), Al-Fardan, Al-Abri, Al-Haffar (Al-Rejaibi 25), Al-Amoudi

Booked: Gorter, Mulder (Holland), M. Abdalla, Al-Mazam (UAE)

Argentina 3-2 Egypt
– 0-1 Marzouk Mohamed ’36
– 1-1 Ever Banega ’39 pen
– 2-1 Alejandro Gomez ’52
– 2-2 Islam Rashad ’58 pen
– 3-2 Diego Buonanotte ’71

Argentina: Marchesín, Pezzella, Kruspky, Marin, Banega (c), Nervo, Jara (Diaz 63), Gallucci, Buonanotte, Gomez (Cardozo ’80+2), Perotti
Egypt: Aly, Osman (c), A. Mohamed, Hegazy, Rashad, M. Mohamed, Ahmed, Khalifa, Hassan, Abdou, Ali

Booked: Jara, Marin (Argentina), Osman, Hassam, Khalifa, Mohamed, Abdou (Egypt)

UAE 1-1 Argentina
– 1-0 Sultan Al-Menhali ’44
– 1-1 Lucas Trecarichi ’54

UAE: Al-Bairaq, Baniyas, Al-Kamali (c), Shanbih, Al-Abri, Al-Musaibi (Al-Rejaibi 76), Al-Junaibi (Al-Mazam 74), Al-Fardan (Ibrahim 27), Al-Alawi, Al-Balooshi, Al-Menhali
Argentina: Andrada, Marin, Espindola, Pirez, Diaz, Cardozo, Trecarichi, Pacheco, Gomez (c), Achucarro, Bruna

Booked: Al-Kamali, Al-Abri, Al-Menhali, Al-Bairaq (UAE), Achucarro, Pirez, Diaz, Cardozo (Argentina)
Sent Off: Al-Balooshi (UAE)

Egypt 1-1 Holland
– 1-0 Moustafa Selim ’12
– 1-1 Donovan Deekman ’68

Egypt: Moustafa, Ali (Ahmed 48), Hegazy, Ibrahim, Rashad, Allam (Adbou 60), El-Henawy (c), Bakr, Selim, H. Mohamed (H. Hassan 41), S. Hassan
Holland: Mulder, Hiariej (Roorda 56), Pieters, Wormgoor, van Wolfswinkel (c) (Dost 80), Biseswar, Janmaat, ter Horst, Gorter, Houtkoop (Assaidi 41), Deekman

Booked: Hegazy, Ahmed (Egypt), Assaidi (Holland)

Table

Argentina 7
Holland 4
———
UAE 4
Egypt 1

Group B

Portugal 0-1 Chile
– 0-1 Gerson Martinez ’79

Portugal: Rui Patricio, Ruben Lima, Andre Pinto, Tengarrinha, Miguel Vitor, Adrien (Candeias 61), Castro, Pereirinha (c), Yazalde (Rabiola 57), Coentrao, Ukra (65)
Chile: Toselli, Labrin, Abarca (c), Saavedra, Pavez, Caroca, Mena, Jorquera (Medel 66), Vargas, Gomez (Martinez 58), Silva (Magalhaes 50)

Booked: Adrien, Miguel Vitor (Portugal), Pavez (Chile)

France 1-0 Qatar
– 1-0 Bakary Sako ’80+1

France: Olimpa, Bocaly, Dervite, Sakho, M’Bengue, Martin (c) (Sissoko 62), Goulon (Sankharé 51), Sako, Kembo-Ekoko, Obertan, Yatabare (N’Gog 41)
Qatar: Jumah, Dad, Fareed, Al-Kaabi (c), Nabeel, Omar, Abdulraaof, Hatim, Abdulla, Mudather, Khames

Booked: Goulon, Sankharé (France), Al-Kaabi, Dad, Khames (Qatar)

France 1-0 Portugal
– 1-0 Younousse Sankharé ’27

France: Placide, Bocaly, Dervite, Sakho, M’Bengue, Capoue (c), Sissoko, Sankharé, Sako, Kembo-Ekoko (Sertic 53), N’Gog (Obertan 64)
Portugal: Rui Patricio, Pereirinha, Andre Pinto, Bura, Igor Pita, Adrien (Regula 62), Tengarrinha, Castro, Candeias, Rabiola (Yazalde 41), Ukra (Coentrao 51)

Booked: Placide, Capoue (France), Castro, Andre Pinto, Tengarrinha (Portugal)

Qatar 0-3 Chile
– 0-1 Eduardo Vargas ’22
– 0-2 Eduardo Vargas ’65
– 0-3 Gerson Martinez ’68

Qatar: Jumah, Omar, Abdelraaof (Salem 47), Hatim (Mustafa 58), Fareed, Abdulla, Dad, Mudather (Tariq 51), Khames, Al-Kaabi, Nabeel
Chile: Toselli, Labrin, Abarca (c), Saavedra, Pavez, Caroca (Magalhes 72), Mena, Medel (Barrera 67), Vargas, Gomez (Martinez 53), Jorquera

Booked: Hateem, Fareed, Dad, Khames (Qatar), Jorquera, Pavez (Chile)

Portugal 6-0 Qatar
– 1-0 Fabio Coentrao ’19 pen
– 2-0 Fabio Coentrao ’24
– 3-0 Yazalde ’30
– 4-0 Stanislas Oliveira ’31
– 5-0 Fabio Coentrao ’38
– 6-0 Yazalde ’53

Portugal: Ventura, Pereirinha (c) (Tengarrinha 41), Miguel Vitor, Bura, Ruben Lima, Stanislas Oliveira, Adrien (Regula 58), Castro (Rui Pedro 65), Joao Aurelio, Yazalde, Fabio Coentrao
Qatar: Sofyan, Omar, Meqbel (Hatim 41), Al-Yazadi (Abdelraaof 41), Fareed, Abdulla, Mudather, Tariq, Mustafa, Al-Kaabi, Nabeel (Al-Inabi 67)

Booked: Adrien, Rui Pedro, Tengarrinha (Portugal), Al-Kaabi, Nabeel, Abdulla (Qatar)

Chile 1-0 France
– 1-0 Gerson Martinez ’80+1

Chile: Olivares, Arce (Silva 41), Labrin, Parra, Magalhaes, Barrera, Medel, Mena, Jorquera, Llanos (Martinez 58), Silva (Vargas 41)
France: Olimpa, Othon (Kembo-Ekoko 54), Sakho, Kana-Biyik, Goulon (Sissoko 41), Marcq, Obertan, Sankharé, Martin (c) (Sako 41), Sertic, Yatabare

Booked: Medel, Jorquera (Chile)

Semi Finals

Chile 1-1 Holland (Chile win 5-4 on Penalties)
– 0-1 Ricky van Wolfswinkel ‘9
– 1-1 Eduardo Vargas ’20

Chile: Toselli, Saavedra (Parra 41), Labrin, Abarca (c), Magalhaes (Barrera 69), Pavez, Caroca, Mena, Medel, Vargas, Gomez (Martinez 58)
Holland: Mulder, Wormgoor (van Eijden 58), Pieters, Roorda (c), van Wolfswinkel, Biseswar, Janmaat, ter Horst, Gorter (Falkenburg 54), Assaidi (Houtkoop 78), Deekman

Booked: Caroca (Chile), Pieters, van Wolfswinkel, Roorda, Biseswar (Holland)
Sent Off: Caroca (Chile)

France 1-1 Argentina (France win 3-1 on Penalties)
– 1-0 Jires Kembo-Ekoko ‘5
– 1-1 Diego Buonanotte ’10

France: Placide, Bocaly, Dervite, Sakho, M’Bengue (Kana-Biyik 51), Capoue, Sissoko, Sankharé (Sertic 68), Sako, Kembo-Ekoko (Obertan 48), N’Gog
Argentina: Marchesín, Pezzella, Kruspky, Marin, Banega (c), Nervo, Jara, Gallucci, Buonanotte, Perotti, Cardozo

Booked: Gallucci, Buonanotte, Banega (Argentina)
Sent Off: Gallucci (Argentina)

Table

Chile 9
France 6
———
Portugal 3
Qatar 0

Third/Fourth Place Playoff

Argentina 1-0 Holland
– 1-0 Diego Buonanotte ’79

Argentina: Marchesín, Pezzella, Banega (c), Nervo, Jara (Trecarichi 78), Buonanotte (Kruspky 80), Perotti, Pirez, Diaz (Pacheco 59), Cardozo, Achucarro
Holland: Mulder, Hiariej, van Eijden, Roorda (c), Sarpong (Biseswar 52), Buttner, Janmaat, ter Horst, van Hese, Assaidi (Houtkoop 71), Dost (van Wolfswinkel 52)

Booked: Banega, Buonanotte, Perotti (Argentina), Roorda, Assaidi (Holland)
Sent Off: Cardozo (Argentina), Roorda (Holland)

Final

France 0-1 Chile
– 0-1 Gerson Martinez ’73

France: Placide, Bocaly (Goulon 78), Dervite, Sakho, Sankharé, Capoue (c), Sissoko, Sertic (Kana-Biyik 66), Obertan, Sako, N’Gog (Kembo-Ekoko 58)
Chile: Toselli, Parra, Labrin, Abarca (c), Magalhaes, Pavez, Mena, Medel (Barrera 68), Jorquera, Vargas, Llanos (Martinez 57)

Booked: Vargas, Labrin, Toselli, Mena (Chile)

Tournament Rankings
1. Chile
2. France
3. Argentina
4. Holland
5. UAE
6. Portugal
7. Egypt
8. Qatar

Top Goalscorers
4 – Diego Buonanotte (Argentina), Gerson Martinez (Chile)
3 – Eduardo Vargas (Chile), Fabio Coentrao (Portugal)
2 – Ricky van Wolfswinkel (Holland), Ever Banega (Argentina), Yazalde (Portugal)
1 – Mohamed Abdalla (UAE), Bakary Sako (France), Franco Jara (Argentina), Diego Perotti (Argentina), Marzouk Mohamed (Egypt), Alejandro Gomez (Argentina), Islam Rashad (Egypt), Sultan Al-Menhali (UAE), Lucas Trecarichi (Argentina), Moustafa Selim (Egypt), Donovan Deekman (Holland), Stanislas Oliveira (Portugal), Younousse Sankharé (France), Jires Kembo-Ekoko (France)

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