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SportsFrance beats Norway 2-1 to remain undefeated in World Cup

02:00  13 june  2019
02:00  13 june  2019 Source:   msn.com

Kerr has 4 goals and Australia beats Jamaica 4-1

Kerr has 4 goals and Australia beats Jamaica 4-1 Sam Kerr scored four goals, one shy of the World Cup record and the most by an Australian, in a 4-1 victory over Jamaica on Tuesday night at Grenoble, France, that advanced the Matildas into the knockout rounds Kerr tied American Alex Morgan for the tournament lead with five goals. "I actually wanted more after that, being my selfish self," Kerr said. Australia advanced to the round of 16 for the fourth consecutive tournament following three straight quarterfinal eliminations. The Matildas finished second in Group C and will face Norway in Nice on Saturday on the first day of the round of 16.

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2019 Women's World Cup : Norway beats Nigeria 3-0. France defeats South Korea 4-0 in World Cup The United States' 13 goals is the most-ever scored in a World Cup match - men or women. But the score remained tied nil-nil as the whistle blew to end the half. The weather was a tale of two

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NICE, France — France recovered from a terrible own goal to beat Norway 2-1 on Wednesday as the host nation remained undefeated at the Women's World Cup.

Eugenie Le Sommer scored the winner from the penalty spot in the 72nd minute after video review determined Ingrid Syrstad Engen had fouled Marion Torrent in the area.

Valerie Gauvin, benched in France's opening 4-0 win over South Korea, broke the deadlock after halftime but Norway tied when Wendie Renard turned a cross into her own net.

Renard, considered one of the best defenders in the world, appeared to be in tears as she raised her face to the sky in anguish.

Italy beats Australia 2-1 on Bonansea's stoppage time goal

Italy beats Australia 2-1 on Bonansea's stoppage time goal VALENCIENNE, France — Barbara Bonansea scored twice, including the game-winner in stoppage time, as Italy upset Australia 2-1 in the Women's World Cup on Sunday. Bonansea got past Australian captain Sam Kerr with a header that caught goalkeeper Lydia Williams off guard in the fifth minute of stoppage time. The Juventus player also had the equalizer in the 56th minute for the 15th-ranked Italians, who are making their first appearance in the World Cup since 1999. © Provided by Canadian Press Enterprises Inc Sam Kerr, playing in her third World Cup, scored her first-ever goal in the tournament in the 22nd minute for the sixth-ranked Matildas.

France beat Australia 2 - 1 in the 2018 FIFA World Cup Group C opener, which was a tightly contested game. Antoine Griezmann converted the first penalty to be awarded by the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) at a World Cup in the 58th after being brought down by Josh Rishdon, only for Mile Jedinak to

The 2018 FIFA World Cup final is set. France and Croatia will play for all the glory Sunday. Third and fourth places will be determined on Saturday when France last won the title in 1998 when they beat Brazil 3-0 in a World Cup they hosted. Croatia went undefeated in Group D, including a convincing

France moved three points ahead of Norway in Group A. Nigeria was also three points behind France, which is vying to become the first nation to hold both the men's and women's World Cup titles at the same time.

Norway, which won the competition in 1995, is playing without Ada Hegerberg. The 2018 FIFA Ballon d'Or winner stepped down from the national team because of what she says are differences in the way the federation treats the men's and women's teams.

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Canada knock off France, advance to Cup semifinals at Biarritz 7s.
Canada's women's rugby sevens team have lmoved on to the Cup semifinals after scoring a 12-5 win over the host French on Sunday in Biarritz, France. The Canadian women's rugby sevens team are off to the Cup semifinals at the final World Seven Series event of the season in Biarritz, France, following a 12-5 win over the host French. Canada's Caroline Crossley opened the scoring midway througfh the first half, breaking the deadlock with her first try of Biarritz. Canada then benefited from hesitation by France's Camille Grassineau, who took too long to play the ball into a scrum.

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