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Day 5 recap
[WED 12 JUN 2019 – 04:42:12 UTC]
At the 2019 Women’s World Cup on TUE 11 JUN 2019, one match was interrupted by a thunderstorm, whilst another match became a deluge.
- New Zealand 00-01 Netherlands: Both sides missed opportunities to take the lead, leaving the match goalless going into stoppage time in the second half. But the Oranje finally found the winner from a header by Jill ROORD, pulling her side level with Canada atop Group E. The Netherlands next face Cameroon on Saturday, and New Zealand meet Canada that same day.
- Chile 00-02 Sweden: Heavy rains swept through Rennes in the second half, and with the match still at 0-0, lightning strikes near the stadium forced a stoppage in play in the 72nd minute. When the action resumed after a 40 minute delay, Sweden continued to press forward and earned a victory through goals by Kosovare ASLLANI and Madelen JANOGY.
- United States 13-00 Thailand: A record setting win served notice to the world that the US intend to fight to the finish of every match. Alex MORGAN put five past the Thai defense as the US shattered the old Women’s World Cup record of 11-0, set by Germany against Argentina in 2007. Rose LAVELLE and Samantha MEWIS added two each. The US, leaders of Group F on goal difference, play Chile on Sunday, immediately following Thailand’s encounter with Sweden.
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