1998 Women's U.S. Cup

The fourth Women's U.S. Cup tournament held in 1998, were joined by four teams: Brazil, Russia, Mexico and USA.[1]

1998 Women's U.S. Cup
Tournament details
Host countryUnited States
Dates12–20 September, 1998
Teams4 (from 3 confederations)
1997
1999

Mia Hamm of USA scored her one hundredth career international goal at the 1998 U.S. Cup, against Russia.

MatchesEdit

September 12 Round-robin United States   9–0   Mexico Foxborough, Massachusetts
Hamm   
Lilly   
Fawcett  
Keller  
MacMillan  
Milbrett  
Venturini  
Attendance: 35,461
Referee: Nancy Lay  
September 15 Round-robin Brazil   2–2   Russia Oneonta, New York
Pretinha    Barbashina  
Letyushova  
Attendance: 1,872
Referee: Al Mazzone  
September 18 Round-robin United States   4–0   Russia Rochester, New York
Hamm   
Milbrett   
Attendance: 12,052
Referee: Kari Seitz  
September 18 Round-robin Brazil   11–0   Mexico Rochester, New York
Roseli   (6 goals)
Pretinha   (4 goals)
Nene  
Attendance: 12,052
Referee: Gerri Cory  
September 20 Round-robin United States   3–0   Brazil Richmond, Virginia
Akers  
Fawcett  
Keller  
Attendance: 9,147
Referee: Sandra Hunt  
September 20 Round-robin Russia   5–1   Mexico Richmond, Virginia
Bosikova    
Grigorieva  
Letyushova  
Dominguez   Attendance: 9,147
Referee: Thomas Perry  

Final placingEdit

Rank Team Matches Goals Points
[1]
Played Win Draw Loss Scored Against
1   United States 3 3 0 0 16 0 9
2   Brazil 3 1 1 1 13 5 4
3   Russia 3 1 1 1 7 7 4
4   Mexico 3 0 0 3 1 25 0

Goal scorersEdit

Position Player Goals
 
1
  Roseli de Belo
6
  Pretinha
2
  Mia Hamm
4
3
  Nadesha Bossikova
3
  Tiffeny Milbrett
4
  Joy Fawcett
2
  Debbie Keller
  Olga Letyushova
  Kristine Lilly
5
  Michelle Akers
1
  Natalia Barbashina
  Maribel Dominguez
  Irina Grigorieva
  Shannon MacMillan
  Nene
  Tisha Venturini

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "4th US Cup 1998 (Women's Tournament)". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation.