Sweden 4 – 2 Australia (Saitama Stadium)Caitlin Foord and Steph Catley began for Australia in opposition to Sweden in Group G. Goalkeeper Lydia Williams was surprisingly dropped to the bench in a topsy turby recreation that noticed Fridolino Rolfo give Sweden the lead, just for Sam Kerr to equalise quickly afterwards. Kerr headed a Caitlin Foord cross house from shut vary to provide the Matildas the lead early in the second half, however objectives from Lina Hurtig, Rolfo and Stenius Blackstenius gave Sweden a 4-2 victory. Australia play USA on Tuesday.
Japan 0 – 1 Team GB (Saporro)Leah Williamson, Nikita Parris and Kim Little all began for Team GB in opposition to Japan with Gunners captain Kim Little skippering the aspect. It was former Arsenal striker Ellen White who once more scored for Team GB, guaranteeing them a spot in the quarter-finals. Japan surprisingly left Mana Iwabuchi on the bench. GB tackle Canada in the remaining group recreation, whereas Japan will play Chile on Tuesday in Group G.
Netherlands 3 – 3 Brazil (Rifu)Vivianne Miedema began for Netherlands and scored twice in a see-saw encounter with Brazil in Group F. Miedema gave Netherlands the lead with a luxurious flip and end in the third minute, earlier than Debinha equalised for Brazil. A Miedema header restored the Dutch lead in the second half, however a Marta penalty and a Ludmilla purpose put Brazil in entrance. Former Arsenal midfielder Dominique Janssen rescued a degree for Sarina Wiegman’s group with a thirty yard free-kick into the prime nook. Netherlands end the group with a recreation in opposition to China on Tuesday. Miedema went off simply earlier than the finish with what seemed like a groin harm.

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