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The BMO Stadium, home of the Canada national team.The BMO Stadium, home of the Canada national team.By: paul bica
Canada 2019 World Cup Soccer Highlights
Sweden defeats Canada - Round of 16
Sweden beat Canada in the knockout stage of the 2019 Women's World Cup, winning the match 1-0 to advance to the quarter-finals. The lone goal of the match came 54 minutes into the action as Sweden stole the ball from a Janine Beckie giveaway and Kosovare Asllani drove up the field past defenders, delivering a brilliant pass to Stina Blackstenius who delivered the score before colliding with a defender within the box. Sweden will play Germany in the quarter-finals.
Netherlands defeats Canada - Group Stage Match 3
Netherlands beat Canada 2-1 in the 3rd group stage match of the 2019 Women's World Cup to claim the top spot in Group E. The first goal came 53 minutes in when Netherland's Anouk Dekker headed in an inbound pass. 6 minutes later Canada answered with a Christine Sinclair sliding kick, giving her a goal in five World Cups. Netherlands final goal happened 74 minutes in, a close-range score by Lineth Beerensteyn. Netherlands will face Japan in the Round of 16. Canada will face either USA or Sweden.
Canada defeats New Zealand - Group Stage Match 2
Canada beat New Zealand 2-0 in the second group stage match of the 2019 Women's World Cup to advance to the Round of 16. The first goal scored came from Canada's Jessie Fleming on an assist from inside the box by Nichelle Prince, 47 minutes into play. And the final score came in the 78th minute when Fleming flushed the ball toward the goal, Christine Sinclair attempted to head it in but the ball hit the crossbar, and Prince kicked it in on the rebound.
Canada defeats Cameroon - Group Stage Match 1
Canada beat Cameroon in Group Stage Match 1 of the 2019 Women's World Cup, 1-0. Canada's centre back, Kadeisha Buchanan made the winning goal just before halftime. Cameroon's defense put up quite a fight the whole match, making Canada work hard for their win. Canada had possession for 69 percent of the first half, with seven corners to Cameroon's two. It was the 89th goal of Buchanan's career that spelled the end of the game for Cameroon. Canada went on to play New Zealand.
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