Canada ties Germany at U17 Women's World Cup
Deanne Rose goal lifts Canada to 1-0-1 record; Venezuela next up on Friday
Deanne Rose scored for Canada in a 1-1 draw with Germany on Monday at the FIFA Under-17 Women's World Cup in Amman, Jordan.
Rose scored in the 21st minute to give Canada a 1-0 lead.
Germany levelled on the last play of the first half as Giulia Gwinn's free kick beat Canadian 'keeper Lysianne Proulx.
Germany had the majority of scoring chances, firing 28 shots at Canada's goal including six on target.
Canada tested German goalkeeper Leonie Doege with seven shots, two on target.
Germany and Canada are tied atop Group B with four points. Canada has the tiebreaker with four goals scored to Germany's three.
Venezuela is next in the group with three points, while last-place Cameroon has zero. The top two teams in each group advance to the quarter-finals.
Canada finishes group-stage play Friday against Venezuela.
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