In Sydney, co-hosts Australia progressed to the quarter-finals with a comfortable 2–0 win against Denmark. More than 75,500 fans were present at the stadium for the match between Australia and Denmark.
Australia wins against Denmark 2-0, Enter the Quarter-Final Women’s World Cup 2023
Women’s World Cup 2023: Australia registered a comfortable 2-0 win over Denmark in Sydney.
Australia made the quarter-finals in front of over 75,500 fans.
Australia’s Caitlin Foord scored in the 29th minute to take a 1-0 lead against Denmark.
Australia’s Hayley Raso scored the team’s second goal in the 70th minute to seal a 2–0 win against Denmark.
Australia defeated Denmark to reach the quarter-finals and Denmark were eliminated from the World Cup.
Australian defender Claire Hunt reported that, “We’re feeling really, really happy.”
Australian star player Sam Kerr has appeared in this World Cup for the first time.
Caitlin Ford and Hayley Raso scored for Australia against Denmark.
australia vs denmark summary
Co-hosts Australia on Monday stormed into the quarter-finals of the FIFA Women’s World Cup with a 2-0 win over Denmark at Stadium Australia with captain Sam Kerr for the first time in the tournament.
Australia, which has reached the last eight in the last three World Cups but never progressed. Australia will play either France or Morocco in Brisbane on Saturday for a place in the semi-finals.
Goalkeeper: Mackenzie Arnold
Defence: Steph Catley (c), Alanna Kennedy, Claire Hunt, Ellie Carpenter
Midfield: Caitlin Ford, Hayley Raso, Katarina Gorrie, Kyra Cooney-Cross
Forwards: Emily van Egmond, Mary Fowler
Goalkeeper: Len Christensen
Defence: Stine Balisgar, Rikke Seveke, Simone Boe, Katrin Wedge
Midfield: Karen Holmgaard, Kathryn Kuhl, Rikke Marie Madsen, Janine Thomson
Forwards: Amalie Wangsgaard, Pernille Harder