On Tuesday, Vietnam and the Netherlands will conclude their 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup group stage campaign against each other at the Forsyth Barr Stadium. Esmee Brugts and Jill Roord scored twice and Lieke Martens, Katja Snoeijs, Daniele van de Donk scored 1 each to give the Netherlands a win against Vietnam. The Netherlands have entered the last 16. Vietnam is out of the tournament.
FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023: Netherlands beat Vietnam 7-0 Group E
Netherlands’ Lieke Martens scored in the 8th minute to give Vietnam a 1-0 lead.
Netherlands’ Katja Snoeijs scored the second goal in the 11th minute to give Vietnam a 2-0 lead.
Esmee Brugts scored Netherlands’ third goal in the 18th minute to take a 3-0 lead against Vietnam.
Jill Roord of the Netherlands celebrates a 4-0 win against Vietnam by scoring her fourth goal on 23 minutes.
The Netherlands celebrated a 5–0 win against Vietnam when Daniele van de Donk scored her fifth goal on 45 minutes.
Netherlands’ Esmee Brugts scored her second goal in the 57th minute to give Vietnam a 6-0 lead.
Jill Roord of the Netherlands celebrates a 7-0 win against Vietnam with an own goal in the 83rd minute.
Forsyth Barr Stadium match took place between Vietnam and Netherlands on Tuesday.
The Vietnamese are already out of the tournament and the Dutch need just one point here to seal their place in the knockout rounds.
Vietnam is making its debut in the World Cup 2023 and lost 3-0 to the United States in their first game.
vietnam vs netherlands summary
Esmee Brugts and Jill Roord scored twice and Lieke Martens, Katja Snoeijs, Daniele van de Donk scored 1 each to give the Netherlands a win against Vietnam.
Daniel van de Donk scored the fifth for the Netherlands. Netherlands 5-0 Vietnam
Jil Roord scores the fourth after some lovely build-up play for the Netherlands. Netherlands 4-0 Vietnam
Esmi Brugts scored a belter from the edge of the box. netherlands 3-0 vietnam
Katja Snoij scored the second for the Dutch. Netherlands 2-0 Vietnam
Leeke Martens lifted the ball over the Vietnamese keeper to give the Netherlands a one-nil lead.
Vietnam: Thi Kim Thanh Tran; Thi Thu Thuong Luong, Thi Thu Tran, Thi Lon Hoang, Thi Diem My Le, Thi Thu Thao Tran; Thi Hai Linh Tran, Thi Van Duong, Thi Thanh Nha Nguyen, Thi Bich Thuy Nguyen; Hai Yen Pham.
Netherlands: Van Domselaer, Van der Gragt, Roord, Spitse, Snoij, Van de Donck, Martens, Groenen, Pelova, Jansen, Bruggets