July 25, 2024


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Japan retrieves draw against Canada in fight for Chile

Japan retrieves draw against Canada in fight for Chile

The women’s football tournament started this Wednesday Great Britain win 2-0 against Chile. In the other match valid for Group E of the Olympics, the local team drew 1-1 with their Canadian pair.

North Americans were the first to convert. In the 6th minute of the match, Canadian Christine Sinclair defeated goalkeeper Sagiko Ikeda. The score did not change until the last minute.

eAt 84 At, the elected Mana Iwapuchi achieved equality on the scoreboard. In this way Group E led Great Britain with three points, with both Japan and Canada with one unit. Chile, in last place without points.

Martha was able to score in the fifth consecutive Olympics. Photo: A.P.

Brazil and Martha did their thing against China. Gerrard saved nothing at the start of the match, beating China 5-0. The Brazilian star scored two goals (9 ′ and 74), He scored in his fifth consecutive Olympics. What else, Reaches 12 goals, behind Christian, the second highest-scoring athlete at the Olympics.

The other scorers of the day were Debinha (22), Andresa (80) and Beatrice (89).

Martha Athens scored three goals in 2004, 2008 in Beijing, two in London 2012 and two in Rio 2016.

In other fights of the same group, The Netherlands drowned Zambia. Like Chile, Orange won 10-3 against Africans who made their debut at the ring event.

For Europeans, Vivian Midema (9 ′, 15 ′, 29 ′ and 59), League Martens (14 ′ and 38), Shanis van de Santon (44), Jill Rudd (64 ′), Lynette Pierstein (75) and Victoria Belova (80).

Champion goals were scored by Babra Banda a triple (19 ′, 82 Bab and 83).

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Thus, in Group F the Netherlands and Brazil in second place, both teams took the lead with three points. Third and fourth China and Zambia were without units.

Lena Hardick (with jersey number 8) celebrates with her teammates with a 3-0 win over the United States. Photo: Reuters.

The surprise team of the day was G.C. Sweden beat the United States 3-0, leaving the Americans unbeaten in 44 games.

The current World Champions in France 2019 fell 3-0 with the scores of Stina Blacksteinius (25 ′ and 54) and Lina Hurting (72).

Group G leads Sweden (3 points), Australia (3), New Zealand (0) and the United States (0).