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SportSoccer-China and Spain through to last 16 after goalless draw

01:36  18 june  2019
01:36  18 june  2019 Source:   reuters.com

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Spain and China played out a goalless draw in their Women’s World Cup match in Le Havre – meaning that both sides secured progression into the last 16 as a result. The China goalkeeper Peng Shimeng, who had almost cost her side a goal earlier in the contest after steaming off her line

China and Spain played out a 0-0 draw in their final World Cup Group B match on Monday and the result was good enough for both teams to advance to the last 16 after Germany beat South Africa 4-0 in the other game.

China and Spain played out a 0-0 draw in their final World Cup Group B match on Monday and the result was good enough for both teams to advance to the last 16 after Germany beat South Africa 4-0 in the other game.

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Germany progressed as group winners with a perfect record of three victories while Spain finished second on four points.

China also ended on four points with an inferior goal difference, but they are assured of a last-16 spot as one of the four best third-placed teams.

Spain dominated the first half with nine attempts on goal while China failed to take a single shot in the opening period.

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China and Spain played out a 0-0 draw in their final World Cup Group B match on Monday and the result was good enough for both teams to advance to the last 16 after Germany beat South Africa 4-0 in the other game in the section.

LE HAVRE, France (Reuters) – China and Spain played out a 0-0 draw in their final World Cup Group B match on Monday and the. By Reuters• last updated: 17/06/2019. Soccer Football - Women's World Cup - Group B - China v Spain - Stade Oceane, Le Havre, France - June 17, 2019 China 's

But China's defence stood firm, setting themselves up in a 4-4-2 formation and trying to hit Spain on the counter-attack with Wang Shanshan and Wang Shuang leading the line.

China coach Jia Xiuquan replaced Wang Shanshan in the second half after she appeared to be struggling with an injury and Li Yang taking her place as Spain continued to waste chances.

Nahikari Garcia had a great opportunity to put Spain ahead when she burst into the box but her effort went wide of the post, much to Spain coach Jorge Vilda's frustration.

Spain will face either defending champions United States or Sweden in the next round while China must wait to see who they will play.

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