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Sweden 2019 World Cup Soccer Highlights
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.
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.
Sweden defeats Germany - Quarterfinal Match
Sweden upset Germany in this 2019 Women's World Cup quarterfinal match 2-1 to advance to the semifinal round. Sweden will face Netherlands next. It was Germany's Lina Magull that scored first in this match, a great finish falling down for the goal 15 minutes into play. Sweden answered back 6 minutes later as Sofia Jakobsson split two defenders and capitalized from a pass well behind midfield. And the final goal was all Stina Blackstenius, a rebound off a failed header near the goal 47 minutes in.
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.
USA defeats Sweden - Group Stage Match 3
United States beat Sweden, 2-0 in Group Stage Match 3 of the 2019 Women’s World Cup. Both teams were already going to the last 16, but the United States added to their impressive run of the tournament.Three minutes into the match, the United States had their first goal. It wasn't until a the second half, where a shot was made by the United States that bounced off of Sweden's Keeper Jonna Andersson. A review was called on the shot, which resulted in the goal being awarded to the USA as an own goal made by Andersson.
Sweden defeats Thailand - Group Stage Match 2
Sweden beat Thailand 5-1 in the 2nd group stage match of the 2019 Women's World Cup to advance to the Round of 16. Sweden's scoring began with a header by Linda Sembrant 6 minutes in. Kosovare Asllani took a rebound off Thailand's goalie and used great footwork to pass a defender 18 minutes in. Fridola Rolfo kicked one in from beyond the box just after the half, and Lina Hurtig headed in another at 80 minutes. Thailand's Kanjana Sung-Ngoen scored their only goal at 90 minutes. A penalty 95 minutes in gave Sweden their 5th goal.
Sweden defeats Chile - Group Stage Match 1
After heavy rain, thunder, and lightning Sweden was able to beat Chile in the 2019 Women's World Cup, 2-0. Chile was able to hold off the Swedish offense throughout the first 45 minutes of the game. Chilean gold keeper Christaine Endler made many saves, after many attempts from Sweden's offense. Sweden had 70 percent possession of the ball in this particular match. Bad weather came to be a player as well when a downpour came 72 minutes in, causing the ref to pause the match. Sweden came back after the delay to land the 2 shots needed to win the game.
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