Germany beat South Africa 4-0 in the 3rd group stage match of the 2019 Women's World Cup, finishing at the top of Group B. The first goal came at the 13 minute mark from a header by Melanie Leupolz. Sara Dabritz took advantage of South Africa's goalkeeper falling in defense of another shot on the goal for a free ball, and she kicked in the rebound easily 28 minutes in. Alexandra Popp scored the third goal, another header, 39 minutes into play. And the final goal came 57 minutes in from Lina Magull.