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- USA beat Spain at Women's World Cup 2: 1 and thus completes the quarterfinals with host France.
- Even in the quarterfinals (against Germany), the Swedes are. They win against Canada 1-0.
The decision in favor of the United States fell only fifteen minutes before the end: American captain Megan Rapinoe converted his second penalty of the day and still gave a narrow 2-1 victory to the favorite. 19659010] The punishment appeared again by a nearly five-minute review of VAR's. The Spanish Virginia Torrecilla had come too late in the penalty area against Rose Lavelle and beat the 24-year-old leg.
Wrong takes Spain back in the game
In an animated first half with small benefits for the record breaking world champion Goal scored early: Rapinoe first made his first penalty (7), shortly thereafter Jennifer Hermoso benefited from US goalkeeper Alyssa Naehrer and was skillfully leveled to 1-1 (9). In the quarterfinals, hosts France are now waiting for "US Girls".
Sweden with mini-win
Another round is Sweden. The Scandinavians won in a particularly entertaining match at the end with 1-0 and met in the quarterfinals in Germany. The golden goal made Stina Blackstenius (55) after a laser card behind the defense of Kosovar Asllani.
Janine Beckie missed the biggest chance for Canada from the penalty spot (69), when Sweden's goalkeeper Hedvig Lindahl miraculously paired. VAR had then decided on a penalty for the hand.
A good 10 minutes later, the video assistant judge decided against a penalty that the judge issued for Sweden. Reason: The situation was preceded by an offside position.
Posted by: srf.ch/sport, livestream, 24.6.2019, 17:50 Uhr