[Women's World Cup] England and Denmark advanced to the round of 16... Chinese elimination
England beat China 6-1... China, the first team to be eliminated from the World Cup group stage, beat Denmark and Haiti 2-0 to advance to the round of 16
England and Denmark advanced to the round of 16 by taking first and second place in their groups at the 2023 FIFA World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.
England, 4th in the FIFA rankings, won a 6-1 victory over China, 14th in the FIFA rankings, in the 3rd Group D match of the tournament held at Hindmarsh Stadium in Adelaide, Australia on the 1st. 카지노사이트
England advanced to the round of 16 by finishing first in Group D (9 points).
On the other hand, China, a powerhouse in women's soccer, lost face by failing to pass the group stage for the first time since entering the World Cup finals.
China, which has been on the World Cup final stage seven times before this tournament, advanced to the round of 16 in all competitions.
In particular, he made more than the quarterfinals six times, including the runner-up in the 1999 tournament.
However, in this tournament, which was his 8th final stage, he was packed early with 1 win and 2 losses.
In spite of the Chinese cheering squad's tremendous 'squeak', England overpowered China throughout the game.
England took the lead in the fourth minute through Alessia Russo's goal.
In the 26th minute of the first half, England seized the ball from midfield and connected it to a counterattack opportunity,
Lauren Hemp broke through the defensive line and penetrated into the penalty area, finishing with a left-footed inside kick to score an additional goal.
In the 41st minute of the first half, the third goal came from a set piece.
England, who got a free kick opportunity from the left flank, gave the ball back slightly instead of putting it in front of the goal, and Lauren James connected it with a non-stop right-footed shot near the penalty line and shook the net.
Confident, China tried to turn around with active attacks in the second half.
After video review (VAR), England's handball foul was recognized in the penalty area, and in the 12th minute of the second half, Wang Shuang made up for one goal by neatly succeeding in the penalty kick.
However, in the 21st minute of the second half, James scored multiple goals with a left-footed volley, putting a damper on China's pursuit.
In the 32nd minute of the second half, the goalkeeper, who came forward to block England's long pass, failed to properly handle the ball, leaving the goal post empty, and Chloe Kelly calmly finished and scored his fifth goal.
Then, in the 39th minute of the second half, even Rachel Daley scored a right-footed volley to become England's sixth goal.
England tied the 6 goals scored against Argentina in the 2007 tournament for the most goals in the World Cup finals.
In another Group D match held at the Rectangular Stadium in Perth, Australia, Denmark, ranked 13th in the FIFA rankings, beat 53rd ranked Haiti 2-0 to secure a ticket to the round of 16.
In the 21st minute of the first half, Denmark's leading striker Pernile Harder, who scored 70 goals in 143 A-matches, scored the first goal by kicking a penalty kick awarded for a handball foul by Haiti.
Then, in extra time in the second half, Sane Troelsgaard scored a key goal.
Denmark advanced to the round of 16 by finishing second in Group D with 6 points.
China (3 points) and Haiti (0 points) experienced the bitter taste of being eliminated from the group stage.