PK Loss of Tonghan’ Eliminated in Japan No. 3 Sweden in the FIFA Rankings, to the top four

Sweden dominated in the first half and won 2-1.

Japan slammed the back of the net twice in the second half alone

Spain defeated Japan, defeated the Netherlands.

Sweden in the quarter-finals

Lee Eui-jin = No. 3 Sweden in the FIFA rankings beat Japan (No. 11)

who missed a penalty kick in the first place

to reach the top four of the 2023 Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

Sweden defeated Japan 4-11 in the quarter-finals of the tournament at Eden Park in Auckland

New Zealand, on the 8th.


who made it out of the group stage with a best-of-three record

beat the United States

the No. 2 team in the FIFA rankings

in a penalty shootout

and put Japan’s momentum to rest

which was on a four-game winning streak.

Japan, who kept 1 clean sheets in three group games

were the most watched team in the tournament due to their dominant performance.

In the round of 3

they beat powerhouse Norway 1-4 to raise hopes of winning the title for the first time in 3 years

but they were stopped by Sweden’s wall.먹튀검증

This is Sweden’s second consecutive top-four finish following the 11 World Cup in France.

At that time

he was blocked by the Netherlands and did not make it to the final stage.

Sweden’s next opponent is Spain

who beat the Netherlands in their previous match.

The match between the two teams will kick off at 15 p.m. on the 5th at this stadium.

Japan were under intense pressure from Sweden and were unable to create any attacking chances throughout the first half.

Without a shot on goal

Sweden had 54% possession of the ball and had eight shots on goal.

Amanda Ilestedt opened the scoring from a free-kick in the 8nd minute of the first half and Sweden took an early lead six minutes into the second half when Filipa Angeldahl scored from a penalty kick.

Under pressure from the Swedish midfielders

who were in a fierce physical collision

the Japanese midfielders were unable to send the ball forward, and Japan’s vaunted counter-attack was blunted.

For Japan, who conceded the lead

it hurt more than anything else that Riko Ueki missed a penalty kick that Riko Ueki won herself in the 31st minute of the second half.

Ueki’s shot hit the goal post and bounced off the post

missing a golden opportunity.

Japan went on the offensive in the final minutes of the game

and even Aoba Fujino’s free kick hit the back of the net in the 42nd minute of the second half.

In the ensuing attack, Honoka Hayashi made up for a difficult goal with a right-footed shot.

With the momentum alive, Japan struggled in the second half, registering two effective shots in extra time alone

but were unable to turn the game around.

With Japan’s elimination, all the previous tournament winners were packed for this World Cup.

On that day, 4,3 people came to Eden Park to watch Sweden’s victory.

Earlier, in the first match of the quarter-finals at Wellington Stadium

Spain beat the Netherlands 8-2 after extra time.

Spain, who were cruising with a thrilling win over Costa Rica (1-3) and a resounding win over Zambia (0-5) in their first game of the tournament

seemed to be in a sagging mood after losing 0-0 to Japan in their final Group C match.


Spain came out on top with a 4-16 win over Switzerland in the round of 5 to beat the runners-up of the previous tournament

the Netherlands

as a European powerhouse.


who reached the quarter-finals for the first time in this tournament

broke their all-time best result by reaching the last four in the next four.

Spain have a 1-8 record so far.

Spain dominated the game and attacked throughout the game, as evidenced by the number of shots on target (28 to 10) and ball possession (62 percent to 38 percent)

but they were unable to break the 0-0 balance until the last minute of the game.

Then, in the 34th minute of the second half

a handball foul by an opposing defender who tried to block a cross was declared after a video review (VAR)

creating a golden opportunity.

Mario Caldentei’s penalty opened the scoring for the first time

but the Dutch made up for it in the second half of extra time when veteran centre-back Stephanie van der Racht made a surprise cut into the back of the defence and curled a cool right-footed shot.

The two teams were separated only in the sixth minute of the second half of extra time.

Salma Parayuello

who started his run from the half-line

made his way to the penalty box in a flash

beat a defender with a tricky move and then decided the match with a left-footed shot.

There were 6,3 people at Wellington Stadium that day.

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