England stormed into the semi-finals of the Women’s World Cup for the third time in a row with a thrilling 2-1 win over Colombia in the quarter-finals on Saturday. England will play their next match against Australia in the semi-finals.
England beat Colombia 2-1 to reach Semifinals as Australia Women’s World Cup 2023
England face Colombia in Women’s World Cup quarter-final
England beat Colombia to book a place in the semi-finals of the Women’s World Cup.
Colombia’s Leicy Santos scored in the 44th minute to give England a 1-0 lead.
England’s Lauren Hemp scored in the 45+6 minute to level the score against Colombia at 1-1.
Alessia Russo scored a goal in the 63rd minute for England to win 1-2 against Colombia.
England beat Colombia 2-1 and will play their next match against Australia.
England are the last team to reach the semi-finals of the Women’s World Cup and they had to work hard in this.
England will take on hosts Australia in Sydney on Wednesday for a place in the first World Cup final.
The quarter-final match between England and Colombia drew a crowd of 75,784 at Stadium Australia.
england vs colombia summary
England’s Lauren Hemp and Alessia Russo scored 1-1 to win against Colombia.
Leicy Santos of Colombia managed to score in the opening period but could not give her team the victory.
England have reached the semi-finals of the Women’s World Cup after beating Colombia 2-1.
Returning to the World Cup for the first time, Sarina Wigman’s team will take on the hosts in Wednesday’s semi-final at Stadium Australia.
Gland XI: Earps; Greenwood, Carter, Bright, Bronze, Daily; Walsh, Stanway, Toon; Rousseau, hemp
Colombia XI: Perez; C. Arias, D. Arias, Carbali, Venegas; Ospina, Bedoya; Santos; in it, casido