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If the first wave of the morning match was generous in goal, the second was not to be outdone. First, the biggest part of the day: Netherlands-Brazil. After taking off Zambia’s pants, the Dutch vice-world champion again put up a fine performance. After the inevitable Vivian Miedema opened the scoring on a goal that Dennis Bergkamp would not have denied, then Debinha brought Brazil up to level. Continuity, this is a crossover that resulted in a good draw (3-3). Marta and Lyudmila put it down for selection, while Midema offered himself a brace and Dominic Janssen concluded the celebration of goals. The Netherlands and Brazil have already qualified for the quarter-finals in this Group F.
In Group G, USA recovered well after the Swedish debacle. Megan Rapinoe and her colleagues let off steam at New Zealand (6–1) with Rose LaValle, who opened the ball before being coaxed by Lindsay Horan, Kristen Press and Alex Morgan. Helpless Abby Erseg and Katherine Bott also offered a goal for USA. Yanxo The group final match against Australia will require them to validate their ticket to the quarter-finals, which also has three points.
The least spectacular – or most balanced – game, meanwhile, was between the UK and Japan. The British did not fall into the local trap, 74. but won (1-0) via Ellen WhiteI Minute. Thanks to this win, the British have already secured a place in the quarter-finals with six points. However, it is not the same lemonade for the Japanese, who will have to play without a handbrake against Chile to hope to see them in the next round.
31 goals in 6 matches, but it is not in the Bundesliga.
Netherlands 3-3 Brazil
Target: Midema (3.)I and 59I), Jansen (79.)I) for Dutch // Debinha (17 .)I), Martha (64.)I, sp), Ludmila (68.)I) for Brazilians
New Zealand 1-6 USA
Butts : Lavelle (9.)I), Horan (45.)I), Erseg (63.)I, csc), press (80 .)I), Morgan (87.)I) and bot (90 .)I+3, csc for Americans) // Hassett (72 .)I) for New Zealand women
Japan 0-1 United Kingdom
but : white (63 .)I) for the British
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