The quarterfinals of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand have been decided.
As France and Colombia settled last on the 8th, the quarterfinals of the tournament were all drawn.
Sweden (3rd) – Japan (11th), Spain (6th) – Netherlands (9th), England (4th) – Colombia (25th), France (5th) – Australia (10th). .
Among the 8 countries, 5 belonged to the European Football Federation (UEFA) showed strength, and 2 belonged to the Asian Football Confederation (AFC), Japan and Australia. Colombia is the only South American team to make the list.
Japan is the only country that has ever won the World Cup. In 2011, he reached the top at the German competition.
The U.S., which had won the most titles (four) and was aiming for its first ever three consecutive Women’s World Cup titles, was eliminated in the round of 16 after being defeated by Sweden in a penalty shoot-out.
Germany (twice) couldn’t even get past the Group H group stage, and Norway (1st) packed up first, losing 1-3 to Japan in the round of 16.
With Hinata Miyazawa leading the scorer with 5 goals, Japan will compete against Sweden on the 11th to advance to the semifinals.먹튀검증
On the same day, Spain, a strong European powerhouse, aims to advance to the semifinals for the first time in its history against the Netherlands, the runner-up in the previous tournament.
On the 12th, Australia, the co-host, will face France and Colombia, aiming for the first four rounds, side by side against England.