Germany Defeated Morocco

Germany Defeated Morocco

[Women's World Cup] 'Ranked No. 2' Germany defeated Morocco 6-0... Pope multi-goal (overall)

The strongest team in Group H in Korea… Fierce goal hunting until extra time Brazil overcame Panama 4-0… Borges 'No. 1 hat-trick'

At the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, Germany, which belongs to the same group as 바카라사이트 Korea,

Showed off its'powerful firepower' in the first match of the group stage against Morocco, winning by 6 points.

Germany beat Morocco 6-0 with Alexandra Pope's multi-goal in the first match of group H of the tournament held at the Rectangular Stadium in Melbourne, Australia on the 24th.

Germany, which ranks second in the FIFA rankings and achieved its first ever two consecutive women's World Cup titles in the 2003 US and 2007 China tournaments,

Is also one of the favorites to win this tournament along with the US, Sweden and England.

With this victory, Germany extended its winning streak in the first game of the finals, which has continued since the 2003 tournament, to six games.

In addition, the record of scoreless wins against African teams in the World Cup stage was extended to six matches.

Morocco is the lowest in Group H with a FIFA ranking of 72nd, and is the second-lowest among all participating countries after Zambia (77th).

She finished runner-up at the 2022 African Women's Cup of Nations and stood on the stage for the first time in the World Cup finals.

The Korean national team, led by coach Colin Bell, will play the long-awaited first match against Colombia at 11 am on the 25th.

Then Morocco on the 30th and Germany on the 3rd of August.

Germany played a one-sided match, overwhelming Morocco in terms of physique, speed and activity.

Pope, who holds the record for the most goals in an A-match among active German female players, scored two goals with her head alone in the first half.

In the 11th minute of the first half, Pope finished Katrin Hendrich's cross with a high-run header to score the first goal.

In the 39th minute of the first half, Clara Bühl's corner kick from the left led to a diving header and scored an additional goal.

With two goals scored that day, Pope increased his career A-match record to 64 goals.

Germany made it 3-0 at the start of the second half.

In the 1st minute of the second half, he calmly finished the ball with a right-footed grounder shot and scored.

Morocco, who did not give up and sought a chance to pursue a goal, shook the net with Anissa Rahmari's right-footed shot in the 7th minute of the second half.

Morocco collapsed in the ninth minute of the second half, when Hanane Ait el Haji and Gineve Reduani scored consecutive own goals in the 34th minute.

In the 45th minute of the second half, Leah Schiller's key goal was even scored, and Germany showed a terrifying performance by eagerly attempting to score even in the 9th minute of extra time.

Italy defeated Argentina 1-0 in Group G match at Auckland's Eden Park.

In the 42nd minute of the second half, Cristiana Girelli finished off Lisa Boatin's diagonal cross from the left with a header to seal the tight match with Italy's victory.

Italy (3 points, goal difference +1, 1 point) placed second in the group behind Sweden (3 points, goal difference +1 point, 2 points), which beat South Africa 2-1 the previous day.

In Group F, Brazil defeated Panama 4-0 with the 'One Woman Show' of Ari Borges, who even scored a hat-trick, and began their challenge for their first championship.

Brazil jumped to first place in the group (three points), beating Jamaica and France (above 1 point), which ended in a 0-0 draw in the previous match.

Borges, who scored consecutively in the 19th and 39th minutes of the first half, completed Geise's cross in the 25th minute of the second half with a header that passed between the goalkeeper's legs and recorded the 'No. 1 hat-trick' of this tournament.

Borges also helped Via Sanerato's extra goal in the 3rd minute of the second half.

Borges neutralized the defense with an exquisite backheel pass in front of the goal, and Sanerato scored with a light shot.

In the 30th minute of the second half when Brazil was leading 4-0, 37-year-old 'legend' Marta was put in.

Marta, who made her World Cup debut at the 2003 U.S. competition and participated in every competition, stepped on her 6th World Cup stage on this day.

Marta has scored in every World Cup he has played in so far, scoring a total of 17 goals, holding the record for most World Cup goalscorers for both men and women.

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