The US ladies’s nationwide workforce beat No. 9 ranked Sweden of their last group stage match of the 2019 FIFA Ladies’s World Cup, with a last rating of 2-0.
With the win, the U.S. wins Group F and can now face Spain within the knockout part. Second place Sweden will face Canada, who had been runners up in Group E. Each matches are Monday, June 24.
USA vs. Sweden recap
The US wasted no time getting on the board incomes a nook kick within the third minute of play. U.S. ahead Megan Rapinoe despatched a low bouncing ball into the field that one way or the other missed each Sweden defender. It discovered its technique to Lindsey Horan who made no mistake stepping into the web shortly for the primary objective of the sport.
After some backwards and forwards play, every workforce had some good probabilities so as to add tallies. However after the primary 45, the U.S. took a 1-Zero lead into the break.
It took till the second half for the U.S. to get on the board once more. A protracted ball was performed into the field for Tobin Heath who danced in near get it into the web. After assessment, the tally was marked as an personal objective, touched in the long run by Sweden’s Jonna Andersson. The objective was the 18th of the match for the U.S., setting a document for many targets by a single workforce within the group stage of the match.
Whereas it wasn’t the blowout followers have come to count on, it received the job accomplished. The USWNT ties Germany as the one two groups to win their Group seven instances. Head coach Jill Ellis extends her all-time World Cup document to 9 wins and one draw.
Ladies’s World Cup bracket schedule
The knockout part of the 2019 FIFA Ladies’s World Cup begins Saturday, June 22 with the Spherical of 16. This is the compete schedule. Obtain your printable bracket from our mates at CBS Sports activities.
Saturday, June 22
- Germany vs. Nigeria, 11:30 a.m. ET on FS1
- Norway vs. Australia, Three p.m. ET on Fox
Sunday, June 23
- England vs. Cameroon, 11:30 a.m. ET on FS1
- France vs. Brazil, Three p.m. ET on Fox
Monday, June 24
- Spain vs. USA, Midday ET on FS1
- Sweden vs. Canada, Three p.m. ET on FS1
Tuesday, June 25
- Italy vs. China, Midday ET on FS1
- Netherlands vs. Japan, Three p.m. ET on FS1
Closing group standings
Listed below are the ultimate standings on the finish of the group stage of the Ladies’s World Cup. Groups earn three factors for a win and one for a draw (tie). Parenthetical numbers after every workforce are for wins, attracts and losses. Parenthetical numbers on the finish of every line are the objective differential – the distinction between targets scored and targets allowed – for every workforce. That is the primary tiebreaker after whole factors earned.
- France (3-0-0), 9 factors (GD: +6)
- Norway (2-0-1), 6 factors (GD: +6)
- Nigeria (1-0-2), Three factors (GD: +3)
- South Korea (0-0-3), Zero factors (GD: -7)
- Germany (3-0-0), 9 factors (GD: +6)
- Spain (1-1-1), Four factors (GD: +1)
- China (1-1-1), Four factors (GD: 0)
- South Africa (0-0-3), Zero factors (GD: -7)
- Italy (2-0-1), 6 factors (GD: +5)
- Australia (2-0-1), 6 factors (GD: +3)
- Brazil (2-0-1), 6 factors (GD: +3)
- Jamaica (0-0-3), Zero factors (GD: -11)
- England (3-0-0), 9 factors (GD: +4)
- Japan (1-1-1), Four factors (GD: -1)
- Argentina (0-2-1), 2 factors (GD: -1)
- Scotland (0-1-2), 1 level (GD: -2)
- Netherlands (3-0-0), 9 factors (GD: +18)
- Canada (2-0-1), 6 factors (GD: +2)
- Cameroon (1-0-2), Three factors (GD: -2)
- New Zealand (0-0-3), Zero factors (GD: -4)
- United States (3-0-0) 9 factors (GD: +18)
- Sweden (2-0-0) 6 factors (GD: 0)
- Chile (0-0-2) Zero factors (GD: -3)
- Thailand (0-0-2) Zero factors (GD: -19)