Story Yet-Women’s World Cup: Record-breaking Phats, Vacant Seats


Story Yet-Women’s World Cup: Record-breaking Phats, Vacant Seats.

Story Yet-Women’s World Cup: Record-breaking Phats, Vacant Seats.

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For athleticism, for speed, for attacking prowess, the US is without equal. Indeed, no team has ever scored more in the group stages of this competition than the 18 goals netted by the title holders.

Ellis has a wealth of attacking talents to choose from and, as the 13-0 walloping of Thailand in the team’s opening fixture proved, the US forwards are ruthless. Alex Morgan — a record five goals in that headline-generating win over Thailand — and Carli Lloyd already have a healthy goal tally, which is ominous for opponents.

There are no surprises in the knockout stages. The top 10 ranked teams in the world are through — US, Germany, England, France, Canada, Australia, Japan, Netherlands, Sweden and Brazil.

Spain, ranked 13th in the world, has made it to the last 16 for the first time and must now play the US on Monday, while China has maintained its record of having never failed to progress beyond the group stages.

Italy caused the biggest upset of the group stages by beating Australia in the final minutes of its opening group match and the reward is progress to the knockout stages for the first time since 1991.

The Italians could be the surprise outfit of the tournament and beating former finalists China does not seem out of the question. The last-16 fixtures are as follow:

  • June 22: Germany vs. Nigeria; Norway vs. Australia
  • June 23: England vs. Cameroon; France vs. Brazil
  • June 24: Spain vs. US; Sweden vs. Canada
  • June 25: Italy vs. China; Netherlands vs. Japan

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The world’s best top the charts

Two players top the scoring charts and their names will come as no surprise. Alex Morgan — who, during the defeat of Thailand, became only the second American to score five in a World Cup match — and Sam Kerr, the first Australian to score a hat-trick at a World Cup, lead the way with five goals each.

Following close behind is Brazil’s Cristiane on four goals. The Brazil striker scored the first hat-trick of the tournament and became the oldest player in World Cup history to hit a treble as Brazil beat Jamaica 3-0 in Group C.

Aged 34 years and 25 days, Cristiane beat the record held by Cristiano Ronaldo, who was 33 years and 130 days old when he scored a hat-trick in Portugal’s 3-3 draw with Spain at Russia 2018.

Brazil’s Marta, who scored her 17th goal this week to become the most prolific scorer in World Cup finals history, has scored twice in France. A decent return considering the six-time FIFA Player of the Year was featured in just two of Brazil’s three group games — being on the pitch for a total of just 129 minutes.


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