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Sweden defeats England - 3rd Place Match
England lost to Sweden in the third place final match of the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup in France. Sweden finished in third place by beating England, 2-1. They managed to jump out early with a 2-0 lead, and hold onto it late into the match. Kosovare Asslani and Sofia Jakobsson scored before the match was even at the 30 minute mark. England was able to score one goal, which was made by Fran Kirby, 31 minutes in. Sweden managed seven shots on goal for their eight, and England were only able to get four of their fourteen chances on goal.
USA defeats England - Semi Final Match
The United States beat England in the semi finals of the 2019 Women's World Cup, 2-1. On her 30th birthday, Alex Morgan scored the winning goal for the United States, following Alyssa Naeher penalty save. England put up a stiff resistance. The United States scored the first goal, and then England caught up with a shot from Ellen White, tying the game 1-1. Alex Morgan was able to put the U.S.A back in the lead 30 minutes into the match. England almost tied the match 2-2, but the goal was ruled out due to a narrow offside call.
England defeats Norway - Quarterfinal Match
England handily beat Norway in their quarter-final match-up in the 2019 Women's World Cup, winning 3-0 to become the first team to advance to the semi-final round. The first goal was scored by England's Jill Scott at just over 2 minutes into the match, a pass off the post. The second goal was scored 39 minuted into play, Ellen White tapped in a Nikita Parris assist. And the final goal was a rocket from Lucy Bronze from just outside the box, from an inbounds assist.
England defeats Cameroon - Round of 16
England beat Cameroon in the knockout stage of the 2019 Women's World Cup 3-0 to advance to the quarter-finals. An indirect free kick came 14 minutes in when Cameroon's goalkeeper picked up the ball out of turn and England's Steph Houghton scored. Ellen White scored England's second goal 48 minutes in and minutes later Cameroon scored. Both scores were VAR reviewed, England's was upheld and Cameroon's reversed, infuriating Cameroon players. The final goal was a corner kick by Greenwood 57 minutes in.
England defeats Japan - Group Stage Match 3
England beat 2011 champions, Japan in the 2019 Women's World Cup, 2-0. Ellen White's double solidified the win for England. England coach Phil Neville made eight changes to his team, which had beaten Argentina. White received a pass from Georgia Stanway, kicked the ball over Ayaka Ymashita's head for the first goal. With 6 minutes to go, White finished the game with her third shot.
England defeats Argentina - Group Stage Match 2
England beat Argentina 1-0 in the second group stage match of the 2019 Women's World Cup to advance to the Round of 16. Engand's Parris earned a penalty kick at the 28 minute mark of the match, but the attempt was saved by Argentina's sure handed goalie Vanina Correa. This was the first penalty kick miss by England in this World Cup. Correa had many saves in this game and she held England in check until the 60th minute when a double pass found its way to Jodie Taylor near the goal and she punched it in as Correa feel diving for a block for the sole score of the match.
England defeats Scotland - Group Stage Match 1
England won its first group stage match by beating Scotland 2-1 in the opening round of the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup in Paris, France. England's Nikita Parris scored on a penalty kick at minute 13 after a video assistant referee review showed the ball was hand touched by Scotland. England's Ellen White gave her team a 2-0 advantage by scoring at the end of the first half. Scotland answered in the second half with Claire Emslie scoring in the 78th minute from a Steph Houghton pass.This was Scotland's first ever World Cup appearance and World Cup goal. Though England was able to hold on in the final minutes and win.
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