Canada remains in first place at the 2011 Yongchuan Cup Four-Nation Women’s Tournament, but their ranking comes after a disappointing loss to the world’s number-one ranked USA on Sunday 23 January. Canada lost 1:2 to USA, with all three goals scored in the second half.
In truth, all four teams are even after Match Day 2
with three points apiece - a win and a loss. China PR
won 2:1 over Sweden in the other Sunday match. All four teams are also even on goal differential, with Canada and China having scored four goals apiece and Sweden and USA having scored three goals apiece.
TUESDAY TIE-BREAKER SCENARIO
Should two or more teams finished tied on points after Match Day 3, the following tie-breaker scenarios will be taken into consideration.
- Greater number of Points in matches between the teams concerned
- Greater Goal Differences resulting from the matches between teams concerned
- Greater number of goals scored in matches between the teams concerned
- Greater goal difference in all group matches
- Greater number of goals scored in all group matches
- Drawing of Lots
Source: Canadian Soccer Association