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Women’s World Cup || خواتین کا ورلڈ کپ

The Philippines stun co-host New Zealand 1-0 to earn first ever Women’s World Cup win

Women’s World Cup || خواتین کا ورلڈ کپ

I couldn’t have done it without the help of my teammates, the staff, the fans, and the people of the Philippines as a whole.
. Being able to sense this victory and the energy in the stadium right now is really wonderful.

Women’s World Cup || خواتین کا ورلڈ کپ

The Philippines has the opportunity to make more history by winning the 2023 Women’s World Cup, being the first debutant nation to do so. of Group A with just one group match left. It is a special time for the nation because many of the players are American citizens who play professionally abroad.

Bolden, who represents Western Sydney Wanderers in the Australian A-League and was born in Santa Clara, California, is foremost among them. Bolden, who is eligible to represent both the US and the Philippines, joined the national squad without ever having visited the Asian country. She is currently one of the team’s most well-known players.

Women’s World Cup || خواتین کا ورلڈ کپ

“I know people are talking, Filipino Americans especially, about how huge this is,” Bolden continued. “I can only assume that word is getting around. The 27-year-old Bolden broke the previous mark for the Philippines in women’s international goal scoring with her strike. McDaniel, the team’s custodian, was also born in California and currently competes for Stallion Laguna in the Philippines. She made numerous crucial saves and interventions to keep her team in the game.

Maxine David, 20, a fan whose family had relocated to New Zealand from the Philippines five years earlier, told CNN after the game that the triumph was “bittersweet. Vina Lorine, a fellow Philippines supporter, remarked to CNN after the game: “There’s a mixed feeling. We are grateful to call New Zealand home, even though we are Filipinos by blood.

As for the Philippines, Lorine continued, “this is a big achievement for us. We’re so happy,” she exclaimed, adding that she felt “beyond words. New Zealand missed out on creating its own piece of history by failing to advance to the knockout stage despite winning its first group match the previous time around.

Switzerland and Norway play out goalless draw

Switzerland and Norway tied 0-0 in the final match of the day on Tuesday in Hamilton, New Zealand. Both sides had trouble producing clear-cut chances, and Norway was without its legendary attacker Ada Herzberg because she injured her groin during warm-ups.

Just before the game began, the 28-year-old was spotted making her way back to the locker rooms while her teammates huddled in a circle. Herzberg posted on Twitter, “I felt awkward sprinting directly after the anthems.

“We resolved with the staff that in such a crucial game for us, no risks should be taken and no substitutes should be wasted. We all trusted Sophie, Karina, and the crew to do the job, which they successfully accomplished. We shift she continued. Both sides attempted to attack, but neither was able to find the critical edge to break through for the winning goal.

The point is crucial for Switzerland, which maintains its lead in Group A. Norway, with just one point after its first two games, faces a difficult assignment to advance to the knockout stages. On Sunday, July 30, Switzerland will play New Zealand in their final group games, while Norway will play the Philippines knowing that a win is necessary to advance to the next round.

In the opening match on Tuesday, Colombia defeated South Korea 2-0 to get its World Cup campaign off on the right foot. The South American team got things going with a penalty in the first half from Catalina Usme, and then they doubled their advantage thanks to 18-year-old Linda Caicedo.


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