The 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup quarterfinal matchup in Australia and New Zealand has been completed.
Colombia (ranked 25th in FIFA rankings) beat Jamaica (ranked 43rd) in the round of 16 at the Rectangular Stadium in Melbourne, Australia on the 8th and won 1-0.
In the group stage of this tournament, Colombia, which belonged to Group H with Korea (17th), advanced to the round of 16 as first place in Group F, and advanced to the quarterfinals by beating Jamaica, who advanced to the round of 16 as second place in Group F, by one goal.
The match was decided in the second half. Colombia, who finished the first half 0-0, scored the winning goal with Catalina Usme’s left-footed shot in the 6th minute of the second half. Ana Guzman’s ball was lifted by Usme from inside the penalty area, and the goal was fired.
Colombia, whose round of 16 in 2015 was the best performance in the Women’s World Cup, faced England (4th place) in the quarterfinals.
In the round of 16 that followed, France (ranked 5th) defeated Morocco (ranked 72nd) 4-0 to advance to the quarterfinals.토토사이트
Morocco became the first Arab country to advance to the Women’s World Cup finals, beating Korea 1-0 in the group stage and advancing to the round of 16, but failed to surpass France.
The Quarterfinal matchup, which will be held from the 11th, has been completed. England and Colombia face each other. France meets Australia (10th), Spain (6th) competes with the Netherlands (9th). Japan (11th), the strong player in women’s soccer, will also face Sweden (3rd) in the quarterfinals.