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Day 6 recap
[THU 13 JUN 2019 – 07:13:01 UTC]
A controversial spot kick awarded to the host nation of the 2019 Women’s World Cup dominated conversations about the action on WED 12 JUN 2019.
- Nigeria 02-00 Korea Rep: The Super Falcons made a case for advancement from Group A with their win over Korea Rep. Following an own goal in the first half, Asisat OSHOALA made sure of the result with a breakaway goal from a narrow angle in the 75th minute.
- Germany 01-00 Spain: Germany, playing without injured playmaker Dzsenifer MAROZSÁN, edged to their second 1-0 victory in Group B. In the 42nd minute, Spain keeper Sandra PAÑOS saved Alexandra POPP’s initial header, and Sara DÄBRITZ slotted home the rebound for the only goal. Tomorrow’s Group B match sees the two teams with no points yet, South Africa and China PR.
- France 02-01 Norway: After the first half ended goalless, Valérie GAUVIN put the host nation ahead just a minute after the interval. An own goal levelled the scores shortly thereafter. Then, in the 68th minute, France’s Marion TORRENT went down in the area after contact with Ingrid ENGREN. Referee Bibiana STEINHAUS initially took no action, but following a video review, she awarded a penalty to Les Bleues. Eugénie LE SOMMER converted the spot kick to lift France three points clear in Group A. The group concludes on Monday when France meet Nigeria, and Korea Rep face Norway.
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