March 03, 2004 | Kickoff: 12:00PM ET
Women's National Team

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Mexico

San José | Estadio Nacional

Attendance: 1800

Referee: Nicole Samuel | Assistant Referee: Cathryn Rogers
  • Aysha Jamani

    84'
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    Goal: Maribel Dominguez scores for Opponent

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    Goal: Maribel Dominguez scores for Opponent

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Match Report

Ottawa, Ontario – The Canadian Women's World Cup Team defeated Costa Rica 4-0 for third at the CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying Tournament on Friday, March 5, 2004 in San Jose, Costa Rica.

Forward Christine Sinclair scored two, midfielder Charmaine Hooper and forward Aysha Jamani added goals for a Canadian victory.

Vancouver native, Andrea Neil earned her 100th cap for Canada, second only to Hooper.

Goalkeepers Karina LeBlanc and Erin McLeod shared the shutout.

Canada was knocked out of the 2004 Olympics earlier this week after a 2-1 loss to Mexico on Wednesday. Joining Mexico in the Olympics is the United States who defeated Mexico 3-2 in the final.

March 5, 2004 – CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying – Semi-final
Estadio Eladio Rosabal Cordero - Costa Rica
Canada 4(2)
Costa Rica 0(0)
Cautions: Canada - Hooper (38), Tancredi (66), Nault (83); Costa Rica - Trujillo (17), Salazar (28)
Goals: Canada - Sinclair (20,78), Hooper (43), Jamani (58)
CAN: 1-Karina LeBlanc (22-Erin McLeod, 69); 5-Andrea Neil (4-Veronique Maranda, 55), 7-Isabelle Morneau, 8-Marie-Eve Nault, 10-Charmaine Hooper-C, 11-Randee Hermus, 12-Christine Sinclair, 13-Diana Matheson, 14-Aysha Jamani, 15-Kara Lang (9-Rhian Wilkinson, 54), 17-Melissa Tancredi. 
Head Coach: Even Pellerud
CRC: 1-Alejandra Alvarez – 3-Gabriela Trujillo-C, 4-Karol Segura Arguedas (12-Laura Sanchez, 33), 5-Monica Salazar, 6-E. Xiomara Briceno, 9-Erica Castro, 10-Shirley Cruz, 14-Wendy Barrantes (11-Megen Chavez, 46), 15-Yahaira Aguilar, 16-Cindy Rodriguez, 17-Jacqueline Alvarez (13-Karla Villalobos, 67)
TD: Ricardo RODRIGUEZ
R: Sandra HUNT (USA)

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