The representative of Southeast Asia, Thailand, began the challenging journey at the World Cup Woman 2019 in a way that could not be saddened when the defeat broke to a record score of 0-13 against the US champions in the match in the table.
Detailed Development in Women’s World Cup 2019
Ten of America’s goals came in the second half when the flag side set a new mark for the biggest goal difference in the World Cup Woman 2019 after surpassing Germany’s 11-0 record against Argentina. in 2007.
Rose Lavelle and Samantha Mewis scored a brace while Lindsey Horan, captain Megan Rapinoe and reserve players Mallory Pugh and Carli Lloyd also scored a goal for the United States in a one-sided encounter of Group F, a match. out to over 18,000 spectators at Stade Auguste-Delaune.
This result also far exceeded the record result of the United States itself in another World Cup Woman 2019 match, losing 0 to 7 against Taiwan in the quarterfinals of the first tournament in 1991.
Alex Morgan was the star of this match with five goals scored, an achievement on par with the record set by her compatriot Michelle Akers in a World Cup Woman 2019 match. This achievement also brought her total goals to 106 after 164 appearances.
Entering into the match, Alex Morgan was the opening of the “massacre at Stade Auguste Delaune with a goal in the 12th minute. After that, Rose Lavelle and Lindsey Horan, respectively, helped the US enter the break with about three tables away.
However, the thrashing only came in the second half when Alex Morgan scored four more goals, along with a brace in five minutes from Samantha Mewis, alongside goals from Rose Lavelle and Megan Rapinoe. , Mallory Pugh and the Thai nightmare only really ended with Carli Lloyd’s goal at the last minute.
After this destructive victory, the United States will enter the second round of the match against Chile, the team lost 0-2 to Sweden. Meanwhile, Thailand would look to a better result against the game against Sweden.
Dramatically winning the UK, USA wOn tickets to the final
Facing each other in the semi-final of a Women’s World Cup 2019, both England and the United States offered a spectacular and attractive match for the fans, the more brave team won the right to the worthy final.
To make it to the semi-finals, both the UK and the US have proven their class in the quarter-finals when they overcame Cameroon and the candidate for the French national championship.
After the opening whistle, the US team was the more active girl with the upper door and they soon concretized their strength with a goal in the 10th minute.
Starting from a good combination in the middle of the field, right-back K.O’hara got a free-kick down before crossing the ball to the striker Christen Press turned high and headed heady to open the score 1-0.
Receiving unexpected cold water, the England team immediately pushed the team to find a goal and just nine minutes after the goal, the players in white brought the match back to the starting line with an extremely delicate phase of the ball. the sacrifice of striker Ellen White in the penalty area.
The match then continued at a fast pace, both teams continued to retaliate and the sharpness of the attack helped the US Tel once more to take the lead. 31 minutes later, taking advantage of the relaxation in the opponent’s defense, Alex Morgan cut the face and headed down the goalkeeper C. Telford to make the score 2-1.
Entering the second half, England team in a losing position was trying hard, in the 61st minute, striker Ellen White had a smart escape phase to finish the far corner of the US net but VAR determined the Vietnamese error. taste.
Not stopping there, in the 79th minute, the white shirt players were awarded a penalty after Ellen White was fouled in the penalty area, but on the 11-meter mark, Houghton did not win against goalkeeper Naeher.
The end was then set for England when they were left with only 10 players played by Millie Bright who was disqualified by the referee, indirectly closing all hope upstream.
In the end, the US team won a dramatic victory with a score of 2-1, officially participating in the World Cup Woman 2019 final and full of hope of defending the World Championship.
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