Women's World Cup: England, United States, Netherlands, And Sweden Move To Semi-Finals

Women's World Cup: England, United States, Netherlands, And Sweden Move To Semi-Finals

Norway lost the quarter-finals match against England. The game ended with three goals to nil in favor of England and the goals came from Jill Scott, Ellen White, Lucy Bronze. My heart goes out to Norway. Although Norway tried their best, they could not stop the England ladies from taking the victory.

It was a good day for the United States female ballers as they secured their ticket to the France 2019 Women's World Cup. They played against France in a match which ended with two goals for U.S.A and one for France.

This loss for France has thereby ended their Women's World Cup journey for 2019. United States' best player, Megan Rapinoe, scored both goals to seal the deal. Wendie Renard scored the only goal for France 9 minutes of stoppage time.

  The Netherlands made it into the semi-finals also as their match against Italy was in their favor. A lot of football analysts expected Italy to win but it was not so as the Netherlands had already made plans to dominate.

The match ended with two gaols for the Netherlands as Italy could not score any. Vivianne Miedema and Stefani Van der Grant were the heroines of the game as they were the players to score the goals.

Sweden had a cause to celebrate on Saturday after winning their match against Germany. The game ended 2-1. The first half was really intense. Sofia Jakobsson and Stina Blackstenius scored the winning goals for Sweden while the only goal for Germany was scored by Lina Maghull in the first half of the match. It's so sad to see Sweden go but it's either you win or lose and they lost.

For the semi-finals, England would be facing the United States while the Netherlands would play Germany.


    Danny Marvel said...

    Of course you know United States is going home x

    Ruth Okonji said...

    But the are really trying o. don't be surprised if they win o

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