Women's World Cup 2023: England has reached the final

Author: Niyigena Antoine
On:16/08/2023 14:46
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England's national team reached the final by defeating Australia's national team in the semi-finals of the Women's and Men's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

This is a match that took place on Tuesday 16 at noon Kigali time at Australia Stadium.

The England national team had dismissed the Colombian team in the ΒΌ when they won 2 goals to 1.

Australia defeated France in the quarter-finals 7-6 on penalties after the two teams had drawn a goalless draw in 120 minutes.

11 Australian national team players on the field: Arnold, Carpenter, Hunt, Polkinghorne, Catley; Raso, Gorry, Cooney-Cross, Foord; Fowler and Kerr.

The players of the England national team were first on the pitch; Earps, Bronze, Carter, Bright, Greenwood, Daly; Walsh, Stanway, Toone; Hemp and Russo.

The British national team opened the scoring in the 36th minute, a goal was scored by Ella Toone after being given the ball by Alessia Russo.

At the end of the first half, England was in the lead because they had scored one goal against Australia and had 7 shots on goal to Australia's 4.

In the second half, Australia paid in the 63rd minute with a goal scored by its captain, Samantha Kerr, who was given the ball by Katrina Gorry, and it was 1-1.

Australia's joy was short-lived as after just 11 minutes, Lauren Hemp scored England's second goal.

In the 86th minute, England scored a third goal from Allesia Russo on a pass from Lauren Hemp.

The match ended with England's national team booking their ticket to the finals of the 2023 Women's World Cup after winning 3-1.

England will play in the final on Sunday against Spain, who reached the final by eliminating Sweden in the 1/2.

Ella Toone scored England's 1st goal