Latest News in Women Soccer World
Learn about the latest news in Women Soccer World. Read about England winning saga and interviews for BBC given by England captain and team manager
Women soccer is a crazy game with a great competition, where players are strongly determined to win. Today, let’s consider the latest news in women soccer world. A lot of matches were played and if you are a fan of women soccer you can benefit from it using football betting systems.
First of all, Wales women soccer team defeated Israel women 3-0. Helen Ward scored 2 goals. It was a qualifying game for UEFA Women’s Euro 2017 that was held at Rodney Parade in Newport.
Another Euro 2017 qualifier took place in Tallinn where England women just smashed Estonia women 8-0. Fran Kirby scored twice. Fans were excited and wowed by Isobel Christiansen’s outstanding strike that resulted in a great goal.
Moreover, England women continued their winning Euro 2017 qualifier saga having defeated Belgium 2-0. This win enabled them to stay top in Group 7. If you are a football fan, you can win too using sportsbetting-x.com.
England women are probably demonstrating their best performance. It can be proved by another win in a friendly match with Spain to prepare for Euro 2017. The total score is 2-1. England women are on the road to their triumph.
Mark Sampson, the manager of England team said in the BBC interview:
“We showed a variety of qualities, we looked like four different teams.”
“It was a good win for us and up there with my favourite England performances in my time.”
“We saw the resilience, character, organisation and adaptability of the team. At every point we looked in control of that game.”
Steph Houghton, England captain, shared the following in her interview with BBC:
“We are always wanting to learn, we have got fresh blood in the camp, with a lot of experience as well, so it is about blending them together and making sure that every game we play we learn and we improve.”
“We are in a really good place. This is probably the most together squad we have had over the last three years.”
“Against Spain we dominated possession in the first half and controlled the game, then in the second half it was a different side to us and we were a little bit fatigued.”
“We have got eight months now until the Euros, and hopefully we can be the best-prepared team there.”
Moreover, England women defeated Northern Ireland women U19s 5-0 in the International Cup. Northern Ireland women U19s lost to the United States 0-3 and France 0-4.
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