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United States vs Chile today: highlights of the 2019 Women's World Cup, score, next fixture schedule and first goal of Thai women's football (updated)



The second day of the FIFA Women's World Cup 2019 ended on Sunday with the four Group F teams. Sweden played Thailand early in the match, easily winning a 5-1 victory. The United States dominated Chile in their 3-0 win.

Sweden and the United States each gained enough points to qualify for the round of 16. The two men face each other on Thursday to determine who will win Group F.

See below the details of each match, the complete group standings up to the second day and the upcoming programs for the third day.

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Christen Press of the United States, right, shoots the ball next to Chilean Camila Saez in Paris, France on Sunday, June 16, 2019.

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The United States wins and qualify for the eighth

In front of another sold-out crowd, the United States continued to dominate the World Cup. With a solid performance, the US Women's National Team (USWNT) took 3 points, which earned her enough points to qualify for the round of 16 with her 3-0 win over Chile. Each goal was scored in the first half.

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Some facts about the American World Cup:

  • The United States earned six points in the group standings, which is enough to guarantee their progress to the round of 16.
  • This is the eighth consecutive World Cup where the USWNT has progressed.
  • The USWNT has reached at least the semi-finals of each of its previous World Cups.
  • The United States has not allowed a goal in an international match since March 2, 2019 against England.
  • They will play Thursday's match against Sweden after winning 20 of their 38 games, beating the Swedes 66-38.

USA vs. Chile: Match Matches Summary

The United States continued to dominate the game in the second frame. In total, they combined for 26 shots, dominating possession time. Chile saw the ball only 28% of the match, only succeeding one shot.

The United States has created a very different lineup of players that have left seven stars, including Alex Morgan, Tobin Heath and Megan Rapinoe. But the team that took the field started strong and never let down the gas. In the end, captain Carli Lloyd scored two goals and nearly missed the third to seal the win.

But the star of the match was to be the Chilean goalkeeper Christian Endler, who did everything he could to counter the attack of 26 shots. She made six blank saves on the best American attackers. The defender of the US Men's National Team, Alexi Lalas, thinks she's the best guardian in the world and tweeted his praises after one of his incredible rescues.

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goals

  • 11 & # 39 ;: Carli Lloyd (United States)
  • 26 & # 39; Julie Ertz (USA)
  • 35 & # 39 ;: Lloyd

Maps

  • 23 & # 39 ;: Lindsey Horan (United States)
  • 76 & # 39 ;: Francisca Lara (CHI)
  • 80: Yessenia Huenteo (CHI)
  • 88 & # 39 ;: Allie Long (USA)
  • 90 + 4: Su Helen Galaz (CHI)

Sweden 5 – 1 Thailand

Sweden reached the round of 16, beating Thailand 5-1. Kanjana Sungngoen scored Thailand's first goal in the World Cup late in the game.

Thailand scores first World Cup goal

After stealing the Swedish ball in his home half, team captain Sungngoen made a long pass deep on the right side and made a superb run over the Swedish defense. near the station.

With six points, Sweden will qualify for the knockout stages. The Group F final standings are far from over, with the United States scheduled for their second match against Chile today. Sweden and the United States will meet Thursday in a match that will probably decide first and second place.

goals

  • 6 – Sembrant (SWE)
  • 19 & # 39; – Asllani (SWE)
  • 42 – Rolfo (SWE)
  • 81 – Hurtig (SWE)
  • 90 – +1 – Sungngoen (THA)
  • 90 +6 – (P) Rubensson (SWE)

Maps

  • 45 – Dandda (THA)
  • 90 +5 – Chinwong (PTH)

Current ranking of the Women's World Cup

During the group stage, 3 points are awarded for a win and 1 is awarded for a draw. The record of the group stage of the World Cup of each country is expressed below in victories, draws and defeats. The number in parentheses shown after the points of each team is the goal difference, which is the first tie after the total points.

Group A Ranking

  1. France (2-0-0) 6 points (+5)
  2. Norway (1-0-1) 3 points (+2)
  3. Nigeria (1-0-1) 3 points (-1)
  4. South Korea (0-0-2) 0 point (-6)

Group B classification

  1. Germany (2-0-0) 6 points (+2)
  2. Spain (1-0-1) 3 points (+1)
  3. China (1-0-1) 3 points (0)
  4. South Africa (0-0-2) 0 point (-3)

Group C Ranking

  1. Italy (2-0-0) 3 points (+6)
  2. Brazil (1-0-1) 3 points (+2)
  3. Australia (1-0-1) 3 points (0)
  4. Jamaica (0-0-2) 0 point (-8)

Group D ranking

  1. England (2-0-0) 3 points (+2)
  2. Japan (1-1-0) 4 points (+1)
  3. Argentina (0-1-1) 1 points (-1)
  4. Scotland (0-0-2) 0 points (-2)

Group E classification

  1. Netherlands (2-0-0) 3 points (+3)
  2. Canada (2-0-0) 3 points (+3)
  3. Cameroon (0-0-2) 0 point (-3)
  4. New Zealand (0-0-2) 0 point (-3)

Group F classification

  1. United States (2-0-0) 6 points (+16)
  2. Sweden (2-0-0) 6 points (+2)
  3. Chile (0-0-2) 0 points (-5)
  4. Thailand (0-0-2) 0 points (-17)

Remaining group schedule

Groups A and B

Monday June 17th

  • South Africa vs. Germany, 12h | Montpellier (Fox)
  • China vs. Spain, 12h | Le Havre (FS1)
  • Nigeria vs. France, 15h | Rennes (Fox)
  • South Korea vs Norway, 3 pm | Reims (Fox)

Group C

Tuesday 18 June

Group D

Tuesday, June 19th
  • Japan vs. England, 15h | Nice (FS1)
  • Scotland vs Argentina, 3 pm | Paris (FS2)

E & F groups

Tuesday June 20th
  • Netherlands vs Canada, 12h | Reims (Fox)
  • Cameroon vs. New Zealand, 12h | Montpellier (FS1)
  • United States against Sweden, 15h | Le Havre (Fox)
  • Thailand vs. Thailand Chile, 15h | Rennes (FS1)


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