Day Eight at the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015 – Group Stage (15 June)

Day Eight at the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015 – Group Stage (15 June)

The teams in Group A and Group B will contest their final group stage match to determine who will advance to the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015 Round of 16.

Almost all of the teams in Group A and Group B have something to play for as we head towards the deciding matches of the group stage.
Keep an eye on all the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015 fixtures and results.


(Match 25) Full-time: Netherlands 1-1 Canada (Lawrence 10′, Van de Ven 87′) – 19:30 | Group A | Montreal

Referee – RI Hyang Ok (PRK), Assistant Referee 1: HONG Kum Nyo (PRK), Assistant Referee 2: KIM Kyoung Min (KOR), Fourth official: Teodora ALBON (ROU)

The hosts Canada are currently Group A leaders, they are undefeated in the tournament so far and are yet to concede a goal. Netherlands will be desperate to earn a win in Montreal, the Dutch are currently in third place of Group A.

NETHERLANDS
RECENT RESULTS:
11 Jun 15 | LOSS – China PR 1-0 Netherlands
06 Jun 15 | WIN – New Zealand 0-1 Netherlands

WOMEN’S WORLD CUP RECORD:
0 Appearances

FIFA WORLD RANKING:
12

CANADA
RECENT RESULTS:
11 Jun 15 | DRAW – Canada 0-0 New Zealand
06 Jun 15 | WIN – Canada 1-0 China PR

WOMEN’S WORLD CUP RECORD:
5 Appearances | Best Performance: 4th (2003)

FIFA WORLD RANKING:
8


(Match 26) Full-time: China PR 2-2 New Zealand (Stott 28′, Wang L S 41′(p), Wang Sh Sh 60′, Wilkinson 64′)  – 18:30 | Group A | Winnipeg

Referee – Katalin KULCSAR (HUN), Assistant Referee 1: Katrin RAFALSKI (GER), Assistant Referee 2: Marina WOZNIAK (GER), Fourth official: Abirami Apbai NAIDU (SIN)

After suffering an opening defeat to Canada, China PR bounced back to earn all three points against the Netherlands. They will be hoping to do the same against New Zealand in order to secure a spot in the Round of 16. The Football Ferns still have a chance of progressing even after earning just 1 point from two matches, possibly as one of the third-placed teams with best record.

CHINA PR
RECENT RESULTS:
11 Jun 15 | WIN – China PR 1-0 Netherlands
06 Jun 15 | LOSS – Canada 1-0 China PR


WOMEN’S WORLD CUP RECORD:

5 Appearances | Best performance: Runners up (1999)

FIFA WORLD RANKING:
16

NEW ZEALAND
RECENT RESULTS:
11 Jun 15 | DRAW – Canada 0-0 New Zealand
06 Jun 15 | LOSS – New Zealand 0-1 Netherlands


WOMEN’S WORLD CUP RECORD:

2 Appearances | Best Performance: Group stage

FIFA WORLD RANKING:
17

 

(Match 27) Full-time: Thailand 0-4 Germany (Leupolz 24′, Petermann 56′, 58′, Däbritz 73′) – 15:00 | Group B | Winnipeg

Referee – Gladys LENGWE (ZAM), Assistant Referee 1: Lidwine RAKOTOZAFINORO (MAD), Assistant Referee 2: Bernadettar KWIMBIRA (MWI), Fourth official: Pernilla LARSSON (SWE)

Germany head into this match as strong favourites, but they can not afford to underestimate their opponents, a shock defeat could cost them a top place finish. Thailand come into this game on the back of a hard fought win against Ivory Coast.

THAILAND
RECENT RESULTS:
11 Jun 15 | WIN – Ivory Coast 2-3 Thailand
06 Jun 15 | LOSS – Norway 4-0 Thailand

WOMEN’S WORLD CUP RECORD:
0 Appearances

FIFA WORLD RANKING:
29

GERMANY
RECENT RESULTS:
11 Jun 15 | DRAW – Germany 1-1 Norway
06 Jun 15 | WIN – Germany 10-0 Ivory Coast

WOMEN’S WORLD CUP RECORD:
6 Appearances | Best performance: Winners (2003, 2007)

FIFA WORLD RANKING:
1


(Match 28) Full-time: Ivory Coast 1-3 Norway (Hegerberg 6′, 62′, Gulbrandsen 67′, N.Ange 71′)- 17:00 | Group B | Moncton

Referee – Salome DI IORIO (ARG), Assistant Referee 1: Maria ROCCO (ARG), Assistant Referee 2: Mariana DE ALMEIDA (ARG), Fourth official: Ledya TAFESSE (ETH)

Norway are fighting to finish top of Group B having won their opening fixture and drawn against Germany. Ivory Coast are still looking to earn their first point at the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015.

IVORY COAST
RECENT RESULTS:
11 Jun 15 | LOSS – Ivory Coast 2-3 Thailand
06 Jun 15 | LOSS – Germany 10-0 Ivory Coast

WOMEN’S WORLD CUP RECORD:
0 Appearances

FIFA WORLD RANKING:
67

NORWAY
RECENT RESULTS:
11 Jun 15 | DRAW – Germany 1-1 Norway
06 Jun 15 | WIN – Norway 4-0 Thailand

WOMEN’S WORLD CUP RECORD:
6 Appearances | Best Performance: Winners (1995)

FIFA WORLD RANKING:
11

 

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49 Comments
  1. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    Full-time: China PR 2-2 New Zealand (Stott 28′, Wang L S 41′(p), Wang Sh Sh 60′, Wilkinson 64′)

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    WSU 5 years ago

    Full-time: Netherlands 1-1 Canada (Lawrence 10′, Van de Ven 87′)

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    WSU 5 years ago

    90+2′ China manager HAO Wei sent off, has to leave the technical area

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    WSU 5 years ago

    89′ New Zealand sub: Yallop IN, White OUT

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    WSU 5 years ago

    87′ GOAL! Netherlands 1-1 Canada (Van de Ven scores!)

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    WSU 5 years ago

    84′ China PR sub: Lou J H IN, Han Peng OUT

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    WSU 5 years ago

    82′ Game stopped play as someone has run onto the pitch!

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    WSU 5 years ago

    81′ Canada sub: Wilkinson IN, Schmidt OUT

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    WSU 5 years ago

    75′ Liu Shanshan is booked for time wasting

  10. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    72′ Netherlands sub: Van de Ven IN, Van de Donk OUT

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    WSU 5 years ago

    72′ China PR sub: Wang Sh IN, Tang J L OUT

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    WSU 5 years ago

    64′ GOAL! China PR 2-2 New Zealand (Wilkinson scores!)

  13. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    61′ Canada subs:
    Tancredi IN, Kyle OUT
    Scott IN, Fleming OUT

  14. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    60′ GOAL! China PR 2-1 New Zealand (Wang Sh Sh scores!)

  15. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    New Zealand subs at half-time:
    Bowen IN, Hassett OUT
    White IN, Gregorius OUT

  16. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    Second half underway: China PR 1-1 New Zealand

  17. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    Second half underway: Netherlands 0-1 Canada

  18. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    Half-time: China PR 1-1 New Zealand (Stott 28′, Wang L S 41′(p))

  19. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    Half-time: Netherlands 0-1 Canada (Lawrence 10′)

  20. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    41′ GOAL! China PR 1-1 New Zealand (Wang L S scores from the penalty spot!)

  21. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    28′ GOAL! China PR 0-1 New Zealand (Stott scores!)

  22. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    13′ Netherlands sub: Janssen IN, Van Lunteren OUT

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    WSU 5 years ago

    10′ GOAL! Netherlands 0-1 Canada (Lawrence scores!)

  24. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    Group A matches underway:
    Netherlands 0-0 Canada
    China PR 0-0 New Zealand

  25. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    TEAM NEWS:
    Netherlands line-up: Geurts, Van Lunteren, Van Der Gragt, Van Den Berg (c), Dekker, Melis, Spitse, Miedema, Van De Donk, Martens, Van Dongen

    Canada line-up: Mcleod, Buchanan, Moscato, Kyle, Belanger, Sinclair (c), Schmidt, Chapman, Fleming, Leon, Lawrence

  26. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    TEAM NEWS:
    China PR line-up: Wang F., Liu Sh Sh, Wu HY (c), Li D N, Wang Sh Sh, Tang J L, Zhao R, Han P, Tan R Y, Wang L S, Ren G X

    New Zealand line-up: Nayler, Percival, Duncan, Erceg (c), Stott, Riley, Hearn, Gregorius, Hassett, Longo, Wilkinson

  27. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    Full-time: Ivory Coast 1-3 Norway (Hegerberg 6′, 62′, Gulbrandsen 67′, N.Ange 71′)

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    WSU 5 years ago

    Full-time: Thailand 0-4 Germany (Leupolz 24′, Petermann 56′, 58′, Däbritz 73′)

  29. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    79′ A change of keepers for Norway: Vesterbekkmo IN, Hjelmseth OUT

  30. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    73′ GOAL! Thailand 0-4 Germany (Dabritz scores!)

  31. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    71′ GOAL! Ivory Coast 1-3 Norway (N.Ange scores an absolute stunner!)

  32. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    68′ Ivory Coast sub: Diakite Binta IN, Cisse Nadege OUT

  33. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    67′ GOAL! Ivory Coast 0-3 Norway (Gulbrandsen scores!)

  34. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    64′ Norway sub: Mjelde IN, Utland OUT

  35. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    62′ GOAL! Ivory Coast 0-2 Norway (Hegerberg scores her second!)

  36. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    61′ Germany sub: Henning IN, Krahn OUT

  37. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    58′ GOAL! Thailand 0-3 Germany (Petermann scores her second!)

  38. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    56′ GOAL! Thailand 0-2 Germany (Petermann scores!)

  39. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    Norway sub at half-time: Wold IN, Minde OUT

  40. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    Second half underway: Ivory Coast 0-1 Norway

  41. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    Second half underway: Thailand 0-1 Germany

  42. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    Germany subs: Mittag IN, Sasic OUT / Petermann IN, Marozsan OUT

  43. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    Half-time: Ivory Coast 0-1 Norway (Hegerberg 6′)

  44. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    Half-time: Thailand 0-1 Germany (Leupolz 24′)

  45. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    24′ GOAL! Thailand 0-1 Germany (Leupolz scores!)

  46. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    6′ GOAL! Ivory Coast 0-1 Norway (Hegerberg scores!)

  47. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    Group B matches underway:
    Thailand 0-0 Germany
    Ivory Coast 0-0 Norway

  48. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    TEAM NEWS:
    Ivory Coast line-up: Cynthia, Fatou (c), Djelika, Ines Tia, Ange, Elloh, Ida, Tchetche, Nahi Josee, Christine, Cisse Nadege

    Norway line-up: Hjelmseth (c), Thorisdottir, Skammelsrud, Utland, Gulbrandsen, Schjelderup, Thorsnes, Mykjaland, Minde, Haavi, Hegerberg

  49. Author
    WSU 5 years ago

    TEAM NEWS:
    Thailand line-up: Boonsing, Chinwong, Sritala (c), Khueanpet, Intamee, Phetwiset, Srangthaisong, Thongsombut, Srimanee, Maijarern, Sung-Ngoen

    Germany line-up: Angerer (c), Schmidt, Krahn, Behringer, Lotzen, Marozsan, Sasic, Peter, Cramer, Leupolz, Dabritz

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