In the United States, and Sweden is on Sunday qualified for the eighth finals of the world cup women’s football in France. The two titelfavorieten won their second-group competition, respectively-Chile (3-0) and japan (5-1).
In the United States against Chile in the standings, halfway through already, achieved through goals by Carli Lloyd (twice), and Julie Ertz.
Lloyd had the lead in the 4-0 to take care of and her hat-trick to complete it, but they shot a free kick over the mark.
Sweden, in particular, in the first half on a roll, and it resulted in a comfortable 3-0-lead, through goals from Linda Sembrant, Kosovare Asllani and Fridolina Rolfo.
The Scandinavërs did in the second half, and take it easy, as a result, there’s going to be two times the score (4-0 on Lina Hurtig and 5 to 1 by Elin Rubensson from a free kick), but also still in strong position received any money (4-1, from Kanjana Sung-Ngoen).
Thailand is the fourth in the 4-1 profusely. The players attacked one another en masse in arms, and had afterwards to a standing ovation from the audience present at that time in the city.
The players of Sweden celebrate a goal against Australia. ()
The united States of america and Sweden on a six-point
Both the United States and Sweden, was the second of his six points, and therefore can not come down to the third-and fourth-place in group F.
The United States has won before with less than 13-0 in Thailand, which is the biggest win by a country in one world cup) Sweden and 2-0 to Chile.
The number one and two of the six groups and the four best numbers three, secure the knock-out stages, with this weekend’s launch.
The netherlands, and Canada (both of the group (E), France (pool A), Germany (pool B), France (pool C) and England (pool D) have already had a ticket in my pocket for the last sixteen.
The United States is the defending champion. For the Americans, four years ago, Canada’s third world championship title in the final match convincingly by 5 to 2 is too strong for the japanese.
The program’s results, the standings, and the top-scoring of the world cup