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The Johan Cruyjff Arena, stadium for the Netherlands national team.The Johan Cruyjff Arena, stadium for the Netherlands national team.By: Janericloebe
Previous Netherlands Women's World Cup MatchesEST
Netherlands 2019 World Cup Soccer Highlights
USA defeats Netherlands - Final Match
United States won its second straight FIFA Women's World Cup (and 4th title overall) by defeating Netherlands 2-0 in the final match. The match went scoreless in the first half but it was USA's Megan Rapinoe who got things going by scoring on a penalty kick at the 60 minute mark. And just eight minutes later Rose Lavelle got a midfield assist and worked the ball all the way inside the box and hit the back of the net to bring USA to a 2-0 lead that was never challenged.
Netherlands defeats Sweden - Semi Final Match
In the Semi Final of the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup, the Netherlands defeated Sweden, 1-0. This sent the Netherlands into their first Women's World Cup final. Jackie Groenen, the 24 year old midfielder for the Netherlands, scored the winning goal in extra time, in the 99th minute. She was able to grab a deflected pass outside the box and send it home to the bottom right corner of the goal. This was the first time a Women's World Cup semifinal had ever gone into extra time, which only furthered the intensity between the two teams.
Netherlands defeats Italy - Quarterfinal Match
Netherlands scored two headers vs France in this 2019 Women's World Cup quarter-final match to advance to the semi-final round. Netherlands' Vivianne Miedama scored the first header, an inbounds pass from near midfield, 69 minutes into the action. And Stefanie can der Gragt headed in the final goal of the match at the 79 minute mark. Italy was unable to score. Netherlands will face Sweden in the semi-final.
Netherlands defeats Japan - Round of 16
Netherlands defeated Japan 2-1 in the knock stage of the 2019 Women's World Cup to claim the final spot in the quarter-finals. Netherlands scored first 16 minutes into play, Lieke Martens ran to the near post and kicked an inbounds pass in front of a crowded box. Japan answered at 42 minutes with a Yui Hasegawa score. And the game became decided from a penalty kick 89 minutes into the match by Netherlands Lieke Martens who got the ball past a falling goalkeeper. Netherlands takes on Italy next.
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.
Netherlands defeats Cameroon - Group Stage Match 2
Netherlands beat Cameroon 3-1 in the second group stage match of the 2019 Women's World Cup to advance to the Round of 16. Netherland's Vivianne Miedama headed in the first score from a Sarina Wiegman side pass 41 minutes in. Cameroon's Gabrielle Onguene answered back 3 minutes later. Just after the half Dominique Bloodworth converted a free kick, and Miedama scored the final goal with just five minutes to go. Miedama became the European champions' all-time top scorer, surpassing Manon Melis.
Netherlands defeats New Zealand - Group Stage Match 1
The Netherlands beat New Zealand in the 2019 Women's World Cup 1-0. New Zealand conceded two minutes into stoppage time, after putting up a noteworthy defense.The Netherlands had made many attempts to get a shot in, but all but one were missed chances for the team. New Zealand looked as though it would finally get the shot that would put them ahead of their European counterpart, but it was Netherlands' own Jill Roord who scored the decisive goal for her team, sending them onward to face Canada in Group Stage Match 2.
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