Women’s World Cup Spain beats Switzerland

[Women’s World Cup] ‘Bon Marty multi-goal’ Spain beats Switzerland 5-1 to advance to the quarterfinals

As Spain hit Switzerland with a “scoring storm” and was the first to reach the quarterfinals at the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.


The Spain, ranked 6th in the FIFA rankings, won a 5-1 victory over Switzerland (ranked 20th in the FIFA rankings) held at Eden Park in Auckland,

Australia on the 5th thanks to the performance of Haitian Bonmati, who scored 2 goals in the round of 16 of the tournament. 바카라사이트

Spain, which advanced to the round of 16 for the first time in the previous 2019 tournament,

achieved its best ever record by advancing to the quarterfinals after passing through the group stage in two consecutive tournaments and defeating Switzerland.


On the other hand, Switzerland, which topped the group with 1 win,

2 draws and a clean sheet (no goals) in Group A of the group stage and succeeded in advancing to the round of 16 for the second time in its career (2015 and 2023), was eliminated by a complete defeat by Spain.

Spain will play the winner of the round of 16 match between the Netherlands and South Africa on the 6th and the quarterfinals on the 11th.

Spain took the lead with Bonmati’s goal in the 5th minute of the first half.


The ball delivered from the left flank was blocked by the goalkeeper when Alba Redondo changed direction with his right foot in front of the goal.

Redondo caught the ball kicked by a defender and passed it to Bonmati, who shook the net with a left-footed shot from the front of the penalty area.

However, Spain equalized in the 11th minute when central defender Laia Codina’s back pass turned into an own goal.

Crisis for a while. Spain took the lead again in the 17th minute when Redondo scored a header from Ona ​​Batier’s cross from the left flank.

In the 36th minute of the first half, Spain scored a multi-goal, and in the 45th minute of the first half, Codina, the ‘own goal’, scored a right-footed ‘scapegoal’ right after the corner kick in the match before the goal, ending the first half 4-1. did.

Switzerland, which stopped at zero shooting 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.

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