The United States played a goalless draw with Australia, while the Netherlands defeated China 8-2 in the women’s soccer tournament at the Tokyo Olympics in the final round of the group stage.
|The US national team was unable to win the women’s soccer group stage (Image: AFP)|
The Americans in the first match 3–0 rip off from the swedes, Then New Zealand against already 6-1 re they won. Then in the last round of the group stage Australia took the field against United States of America, In the meeting, both teams developed many positions, but no goals were scored (0–0). With a better goal difference, the American team advanced to second place.
At another meeting of Group A Swedishk easily, 2–0 they won New Zealand Eileen.
a Japan He won a varied match to the max 1–0-ra Chile against a while Canada 1–1-es play equalizer with Britain.
In the last round of group F. Holland China Took the field against. Chinese 1–0 After they can still draw, but for half the time 3-1-on Dutch led by the parties. After the inning, the Dutch scored another five goals, while the Chinese scored only one 8-2 re won HollandWho scored 21 goals in three matches in his group. Occupying second place in the four Brazil 1-0 hit him Zambia.
The women’s soccer tournament at the Tokyo Olympics continues with the quarter-finals on Friday, July 30.
Women’s soccer, group, third round
G . group
United States and Australia 0-0
New Zealand-Sweden 0-2 (0-2)
Group G end result: 1. Sweden 9 points 2. United States 4 points (6-4) 3. Australia 4 points (4-5) 4. New Zealand 0 points
Progressing: Sweden, USA, Australia (2nd best Group C)
Chile-Japan 0-1 (0-0)
Canada – Great Britain 1-1 (0-0)
The end result of group E: 1. Great Britain 7 points, 2. Canada 5 points, 3. Japan 4 points (2-2), 4. Chile 0 points
Progressing: Great Britain, CanadaAnd Japan (best in Group C)
F . group
Brazil – Zambia 1-0 (1-0)
Netherlands – China 8-2 (3-1)
The end result of group F: 1. Netherlands 7, 2. Brazil 7, 3. Zambia 1 (7-15), 4. China 1 (6-17)
Progressing: Holland, Brazil
July 30, 10:00 a.m.: Canada and Brazil
July 30 at 11:00 a.m.: Great Britain and Australia
July 30, 12:00: Sweden and Japan
July 30, 1 p.m.: The Netherlands and the United States