Women’s World Cup 2023: Norway beat Philippines 6-0 Group A  

Women’s World Cup 2023: Norway beat Philippines 6-0. Norway’s Sophine Roman Haug scored 3 goals and Caroline Graham Hansen, Alicia Barker, Guro Reiten scored 1 each. Sophia Harrison of Philippines is shown the red card. The match was played between Norway and Philippines at Eden Park. Norway advanced to the last 16 after defeating the Philippines 5–0.

 

 

Women’s World Cup 2023: Norway beat Philippines 6-0 Group A  

 

Norway vs Philippines – Women’s World Cup 2023

  1. Norway has advanced to the last 16 of the Women’s World Cup after thrashing the Philippines 6-0.
  2. Norway’s Sophine Roman Haug scored the first goal in the 6th minute to take a 1-0 lead against the Philippines.
  3. Norway’s Sophine Roman Haug scored the second goal in the 17th minute to give the Philippines a 2-0 lead.
  4. Norway’s Caroline Graham Hansen scored the third goal in the 31st minute to make it 3-0 to the Philippines.
  5. Norway’s Alicia Barker scored in the 48th minute to seal a 4-0 victory for the Philippines.
  6. Norway’s Guro Reiten scored in the 53rd minute to make it 5-0 against the Philippines.
  7. Norway’s Sophine Roman Haug scored the third goal in the 90+5 minute to make it 6-0 against the Philippines.
  8. Sophia Harrison of the Philippines was shown the red card and had to be sent off.
  9. Norway’s Sophine Roman Haug scored 3 goals and Caroline Graham Hansen, Alicia Barker, Guro Reiten scored 1 each.

 

 

norway vs philippines summary

Norway’s Sophine Roman Haug scored the third goal in the 90+5 minute to make it 6-0 against the Philippines.

Norway’s Guro Reiten scored a penalty kick against the Philippines to score her team’s fifth goal.

Norway’s Alicia Barker scored an own goal to put the Philippines away by scoring 4–0.

Norway’s Caroline Graham Hansen scored the third goal for her team, which was the main reason for Norway’s victory.

Her team’s second goal was scored by teammate Sophie Roman Hogg to give Norway a 2–0 lead.

Norway’s Sophie Roman Hogg scored her first goal to give Norway a hope of victory.

Sophia Harrison of the Philippines talks with Philippines head coach Alan Stajic after being shown the red card.

Philippines: Olivia McDaniel (GK), Jessica Cowart, Jacqueline Sawicki, Hallie Long (C), Sarina Bolden, Sarah Egeswick, Isabella Flanigan, Angela Beard, Alicia Barker, Quinley Quezada, Katrina Guillau.

Norway: Aurora Mikkelsen (GK), Tuva Hansen, Maren Mjelde (C), Vilda Bo Risa, Caroline Graham Hansen, Guro Reiten, Thea Bjelde, Mathilde Harviken, Frida Manam, Emily Havi, Sophie Roman Hogg.

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