Australia 0 – 0 USA (Kashima)Steph Catley began in Australia’s 0-0 draw in opposition to the US, Caitlin Foord pulled out simply earlier than kickoff after feeling a twinge in her leg, which Australia say was precautionary. Lydia Williams was once more on the bench. The consequence confirms the Matildas are via to the quarter-finals to play Team GB on Friday.
Gustavsson tells media that Caitlin Foord felt a twinge in her leg throughout the warm-up so was swapped out as a precaution below suggestion from medical group. #USAvAUS
— Samantha Lewis (@battledinosaur) July 27, 2021
Chile 0 – 1 Japan (Rifu)Mana Iwabuchi arrange Tanaka’s late winner in opposition to Chile in Rifu, which additionally sees them qualify for the quarter-finals, the place they’ll play in-form Sweden on Friday.
Iwabuchi is so soo good, makes every little thing look really easy.
Here she is receiving below strain together with her again to objective, holds up the defender & then slides a fantastic ball via for Tanaka
Japan’s passing in the closing third coupled with their actions is a factor of magnificence to look at! https://t.co/N4stuYELfE
— Yash (@Odriozolite) July 27, 2021
Canada 1 – 1 Team GB (Kashima)Leah Williamson and Keets Parris began in Team GB’s 1-1 draw with Canada, the place Kim Little was a second half substitute and Lotte Wubben-Moy was an unused sub. Canada took the lead via West Ham’s Adriana Leon earlier than Caroline Weir’s late equaliser. GB will now play Australia in the quarter-finals.
(*3*) 8 – 2 China (Yokohama)Vivianne Miedema began in its place however was nonetheless capable of assist herself to a second half brace in (*3*)’ 8-2 win over China. Prior to the event, Canada’s Christine Sinclair held the document for targets in a single Olympic event with six. Miedema has eight in the group phases. (*3*) will play USA in Friday’s quarter-final in a repeat of the 2019 World Cup Final.
Miedema once more!🇳🇱 8-2 🇨🇳 pic.twitter.com/V5ws28SS72
— womensfootyy (@womensfootyy) July 27, 2021