This is how the quarterfinal crosses of the women’s World Cup went

He Women’s World Championship it was filled with countless surprises and eliminations of great groups like Germany and Brazil in the first round.in addition to the USA’s advance to the 1/8 finals.

It was very difficult for Conmebol and Concacafe, who only see it in the reflection. Colombia to the sole representative of the American continent one of the top 8 teams in the world.

Colombia celebrates the winning goal against Jamaica in the Women’s World Cup Round of 16 (Photo: WILLIAM WEST/AFP via Getty Images)

How did the quarterfinals go?

The quarter-finals will open next Friday, August 11, with a star-studded showdown between Spain and the Netherlands.the winner of this key will face the winner of another star clash in which they will star. Japan and Sweden.

Host Australia will play tough France on Saturday. which until now has been very well managed by Herve Renard.

Japan celebrates reaching the quarter-finals after defeating Norway (Photo: GRANT DOWN/AFP via Getty Images)

Winners Australia vs France, they will meet in the semi-finals against the winners of the match between England and Colombiaa party that attracts the attention of the entire American continent.

After the elimination of the world champions and other important teams, there are strong teams that will compete for the trophy in the World Cup, which showed that the distances were very well shortened.

keep reading:
. Catalina Usme after a goal against Jamaica, thanks to which Colombia reached the quarter-finals of the World Cup: “We want to continue to make history”
. Meghan Rapino suffers sarcastic scorn from Donald Trump for US elimination at the 2023 Women’s World Cup.
. Linda Caicedo: The young star who made waves in Colombia with her goal against Germany at the Women’s World Cup.

Author: Arnaldo Fernandez
Source: La Opinion

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