Women’s World Cup Japan Beats Norway to advance to the quarterfinals… 5 goals Miyazawa leading scorer
It is Spain defeated Switzerland 5-1 and advanced to the first quarterfinals… Bonmati Multigoal
Japan beat Norway to advance to the quarterfinals of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.
As Japan, ranked 11th in the FIFA women’s rankings, defeated Norway (12th) 3-1 in the round of 16 of the tournament held at the Regional Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand on the 5th.
After winning the Women’s World Cup in 2011 and finishing runner-up in 2015, Japan,
which was eliminated in the round of 16 at the French tournament in 2019,
succeeded in entering the quarterfinals in eight years.
Japan, which ranked first in Group C by beating Zambia (5-0), Costa Rica (2-0), and Spain (4-0) consecutively in the group stage,
recorded the first goal of the tournament that day,
but once again played a multi-scoring game and showed an upward trend. went on 온라인카지노
And Japan will compete with the winner of the round of 16 match between Sweden and the US on the 6th to advance to the semifinals in Auckland, New Zealand on the 11th.
On the other hand, Norway, the winner of the 1995 tournament,
tried to advance to the quarterfinals for the second consecutive time following the 2019 tournament
(dropped out of the quarterfinals), but failed to achieve it.
Norway took the lead in the 15th minute with an own goal.
Miyazawa Hinata‘s cross from the left flank was cleared by Norway’s Ingrid Schirstad Engen,
who stretched his leg in the penalty area, and the ball hit his foot and headed towards the goal.
Norway’s goalkeeper Aurora Michalsen got into a difficult position to block, and it ended up being an own goal.
In the 20th minute of the first half, Norway scored a cross from Bilde Boe Lisa from the right flank, and Guro Leyten headed it in,
balancing it on time and leading the first half to 1-1.
From the beginning of the second half, Norway’s defense continued to be flustered by Japan’s wave-like offensive, but Japan saw results early.
In the 5th minute of the second half, Risa Shimizu of Japan,
who intercepted the opponent’s pass from the center of the penalty area,
shook the net with a right-footed shot.
Its Norway’s shooting, which became urgent,
failed to turn away from the goal post or cross the goalkeeper every time,
in the 36th minute of the second half,
Miyazawa scored an additional goal in Japan’s counterattack, putting a wedge in the victory.
Miyazawa took the sole lead in scoring with his 5th goal in the tournament.
Earlier, in the round of 16 match between Spain (ranked 6th in the FIFA rankings) Switzerland
(ranked 20th) held at Eden Park in Auckland, Spain won 5-1, achieving the highest ever record,
exceeding the round of 16 in the previous 2019 tournament.
Switzerland, who finished first in Group A with 1 win, 2 draws and a clean sheet (no goals),
and succeeded in advancing to the round of 16 for the second time in their career following 2015, ended the tournament with a complete defeat.
Spain will play the quarterfinals on the 11th with the winner of the round of 16 match between the Netherlands and South Africa (6th).
Its Spain, who took the lead in the 5th minute with Haitina Bonmati’s goal,
equalized in the 11th minute when central defender Laia Codina’s back pass turned into an own goal.
However, in the 17th minute of the first half, Ona Batier’s cross
from the left flank was put into the goal by Redondo, who scored with a header to regain the lead.
In the 36th minute of the first half, Spain scored a multi-goal,
in the 45th minute of the first half, Codina, the ‘own goal’,
scored a ‘speech goal’ with her right foot in a scuffle right after the corner kick,
leading 4-1 in the first half alone.
Switzerland, which stopped at ‘shooting zero’ in the first half,
tried its first shot of the day in the 11th minute of the second half and seemed to create a chasing atmosphere,
but in the 25th minute of the second half, Spain’s Henifer Hermoso hit the fifth goal and sank.