Day Seven at the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015 – Group Stage (13 June)

Day Seven at the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015 – Group Stage (13 June)

Brazil and France are looking to continue their winning starts as the fight for last 16 continues. Group E anf F second round matches feature in today’s FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015 action!

Brazil and France could put themselves even closer to a spot in the round of 16 if they can secure two wins from two. England put on an impressive tactical performance against the French in their opening fixture but were unable to secure points, they will be hoping to change this in their meeting against Mexico.

Keep an eye on all the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015 fixtures and results.


(Match 21) Full-time: Brazil 1-0 Spain (Alves 44′) – 16:00 | Group E | Montreal

Referee – Carol Anne CHENARD (CAN), Assistant Referee 1: Marie Josee CHARBONNEAU (CAN), Assistant Referee 2:
Suzanne MORISSET (CAN), Fourth official: Margaret DOMKA (USA)

History was made in Brazil’s opening FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015 match against Korea Republic as Marta became the Women’s World Cup all-tme leading goalscorer whilst Formiga’s goal saw her become the oldest ever FIFA Women’s World Cup goalscorer. Spain had to settle for a draw against Costa Rica in their debut World Cup appearance. The Brazil v Spain contest will see former teammates Marta and Vero Boquete go head to head!

BRAZIL
RECENT RESULT:
09 Jun 15 | WIN – Brazil 2-0 Korea RepublicWOMEN’S WORLD CUP RECORD:
6 Appearances | Best Performance: Runners-up (2007)FIFA WORLD RANKING:
7
SPAIN
RECENT RESULT:
09 Jun 15 | DRAW – Spain 1-1 Costa RicaWOMEN’S WORLD CUP RECORD:
0 AppearancesFIFA WORLD RANKING:
14

(Match 22) Full-time: Korea Republic 2-2 Costa Rica (Herrera 17′, Ji Soyun 21′(p), Jeon Gaeul 25′, Villalobos 89′)  – 19:00 | Group E | Montreal

Referee – Carina VITULANO (ITA), Assistant Referee 1: Michelle O NEILL (IRL), Assistant Referee 2: Tonja PAAVOLA (FIN), Fourth official: Marilin MIRANDA (PAR)

It was a positive start for tournament newcomers Costa Rica who earned a point against Spain and will be looking to take something away from their second fixture against Korea Republic. The South Koreans suffered a defeat to Brazil in their opening match and to keep their campaign alive they will need a result against Costa Rica.

KOREA REPUBLIC
RECENT RESULT:
09 Jun 15 | LOSS – Brazil 2-0 Korea Republic

WOMEN’S WORLD CUP RECORD:

1 Appearance | Best performance: Group stage (2003)FIFA WORLD RANKING:
18
COSTA RICA
RECENT RESULT:
09 Jun 15 | DRAW – Spain 1-1 Costa Rica

WOMEN’S WORLD CUP RECORD:

37 AppearancesFIFA WORLD RANKING:
48

 

(Match 23) Full-time: France 0-2 Colombia (Andrade 19′, Usme 90+3′) – 14:00 | Group F | Moncton

Referee – QIN Liang (CHN), Assistant Referee 1: CUI Yongmei (CHN), Assistant Referee 2: FANG Yan (CHN), Fourth official: Michelle PYE (CAN)

Eugenie Le Sommer gave France the 1-0 win against England in their opening Group F match. Colombia earned a 1-1 draw against Mexico to out their first point on the board, a stunning goal by Daniela Montoya cancelled out Veronica Perez’s match opener.

FRANCE
RECENT RESULT:
09 Jun 15 | WIN – France 1-0 EnglandWOMEN’S WORLD CUP RECORD:
2 Appearances | Best Performance: Fourth (2011)FIFA WORLD RANKING:
3
COLOMBIA
RECENT RESULT:
09 Jun 15 | DRAW – Colombia 1-1 MexicoWOMEN’S WORLD CUP RECORD:
1 Appearance | Best performance: Group stage (2011)FIFA WORLD RANKING:
28

(Match 24) Full-time: England 2-1 Mexico (Kirby 70′, Carney 82′, Ibarra 90+1′)  – 17:00 | Group F | Moncton

Referee – Anna-Marie KEIGHLEY (NZL), Assistant Referee 1: Allyson FLYNN (AUS), Assistant Referee 2: Lata KAUMATULE (TGA), Fourth official: Salome DI IORIO (ARG)

England are looking for their first points of the tournament when they take on Mexico in Moncton. These two sides met previously during the FIFA Women’s World Cup, Germany 2011 in which the game ended in a 1-1 draw.

ENGLAND
RECENT RESULTS:
09 Jun 15 | LOSS – France 1-0 EnglandWOMEN’S WORLD CUP RECORD:
3 Appearances | Best performance: Quarter-finals (1995, 2007, 2011)FIFA WORLD RANKING:
6
MEXICO
RECENT RESULTS:
09 Jun 15 | DRAW – Colombia 1-1 MexicoWOMEN’S WORLD CUP RECORD:
2 Appearances | Best Performance: Group stage (1999, 2011)FIFA WORLD RANKING:
25

 

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31 Comments
  1. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    Full-time: Korea Republic 2-2 Costa Rica (Herrera 17′, Ji Soyun 21′(p), Jeon Gaeul 25′, Villalobos 89′)

  2. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    89′ GOAL! Korea Republic 2-2 Costa Rica (Villalobos scores the equaliser!)

  3. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    Second half underway: Korea Republic 2-1 Costa Rica

  4. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    Half-time in Montreal: Korea Republic 2-1 Costa Rica (Herrera 17′, Ji Soyun 21′(p), Jeon Gaeul 25′)

  5. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    25′ GOAL! Korea Republic 2-1 Costa Rica (Jeon Gaeul with the header!)

  6. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    21′ GOAL! Korea Republic 1-1 Costa Rica (Ji Soyun scores from the penalty spot!)

  7. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    17′ GOAL! Korea Republic 0-1 Costa Rica (Herrera scores!)

  8. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    Group E match underway: Korea Republic 0-0 Costa Rica

  9. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    TEAM NEWS:
    Korea Republic line-up: Kim Jungmi, Lee Eunmi, Shim Seoyeon, Hwang Boram, Jeon Gaeul, Cho Sohyun (c), Ji Soyun, Yoo Younga, Kwon Hahnul, Kang Yumi, Kim Hyeri

    Costa Rica line-up: Diaz, Saenz, Sanchez, Herrera, Cruz (c), Rodriguez R, Rodriguez L, Barrantes, Granados, Alvarado, Acosta

  10. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    Full-time: England 2-1 Mexico (Kirby 70′, Carney 82′, Ibarra 90+1′)

  11. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    90+1′ England 2-1 Mexico (Ibarra scores!)

  12. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    82′ GOAL! England 2-0 Mexico (Carney scores!)

  13. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    70′ GOAL! England 1-0 Mexico (Kirby scores!)

  14. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    Second half underway: Brazil 1-0 Spain

  15. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    Second half underway: England 0-0 Mexico

  16. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    Half-time: Brazil 1-0 Spain (Alves 44′)

  17. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    Half-time: England 0-0 Mexico

  18. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    44′ GOAL! Brazil 1-0 Spain (Alves scores!)

  19. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    Group E match underway: Brazil 0-0 Spain

  20. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    Group F match underway: England 0-0 Mexico

  21. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    TEAM NEWS:
    England line-up: Bardsley, Rafferty, Williams, Houghton, Bassett, J. Scott, Aluko, Moore, Bronze, Duggan, Kirby

    Mexico line-up: C.Santiago, Robles, Garciamendez, Ruiz, Rangel (c), Corral, Mayor, Ocampo, Sierra, Perez, Cuellar

  22. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    TEAM NEWS:
    Brazil line-up: Luciana, Fabiana, Monica, Andressa, Tamires, Thaisa, A.Alves, Marta (c), Cristiane, Rafaelle, Formiga

    Spain line-up: Ainhoa, Celia, Leire, Virginia, Natalia, Vero (c), M.Corredera, V.Losada, Marta, Paredes H., Alexia

  23. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    Full-time: France 0-2 Colombia (Andrade 19′, Usme 90+3′)

  24. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    90+3′ GOAL! France 0-2 Colombia (Usme scores!)

  25. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    63′ France subs: Henry IN, Bussaglia OUT / Lavogez IN, Necib OUT

  26. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    Second half underway: France 0-1 Colombia

  27. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    Half-time in Moncton: France 0-1 Colombia (Andrade 19′)

  28. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    19′ GOAL! France 0-1 Colombia (Andrade scores!)

  29. Author
    WSU 4 years ago

    Group F match underway: France 0-0 Colombia

  30. Asa 4 years ago

    France line up:
    Bouhaddi ,Renard, Boulleau, Georges, Dali, Houara, Le Sommer, Abily, Necib, Bussaglia, Thiney

  31. Asa 4 years ago

    Colombia line up:
    Sepulveda, Gaitan, Ospina, Montoya, Vidal, Velasquez, Rincon, Clavijo, N Arias, Andrade, C Arias

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