Women’s World Cup 2023: South Africa beat Italy 3-2 Group D – as it happened  

In the final of Group G played in Wellington, New Zealand, South Africa and Italy faced each other for a place in the last 16. In which South Africa defeated Italy 3–2 and entered the last 16. South Africa’s Thembi Kgatlana, Hildah Magaia, Benedetta Orsi scored 1-1 to win against Italy. Ariana Caruso of Italy scored 2 goals for her team.  

 

 

Women’s World Cup 2023: South Africa beat Italy 3-2 Group D – as it happened  

  

South Africa vs Italy Women

South Africa secured a place in the last 16 with a 3–2 win against Italy.

Italy’s Ariana Caruso scored her first goal from the penalty spot in the 11th minute to put South Africa ahead 0-1.

South Africa’s Benedetta Orsi scored his first goal in the 32nd minute to draw Italy 1-1.

South Africa’s Hildah Magaia scored in the 67th minute to take a 1-2 lead against Italy.

Italy’s Arianna Caruso (74) scores her second goal to seal a 2-2 draw against South Africa.

South Africa’s Thembi Kgatlana scored a late goal in the 90+2 minute to make it 3-2 against Italy.

South Africa’s Thembi Kgatlana, Hildah Magaia, Benedetta Orsi scored 1-1 to win against Italy.

Ariana Caruso of Italy scored 2 goals for her team. But a 3–2 defeat against South Africa followed.

 

south africa vs italy summary

The 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup match between South Africa and Italy took place at the Wellington Regional Stadium in New Zealand on Wednesday.

South Africa 3-2 Italy – Caruso’s penalty and Magaiah turns it in before an own goal, Caruso equalises but kgatlana takes the lead.

Thembi kgatlana of South Africa scored against Italy in 90+2′.

Italy’s Cristiano Girelli scored against South Africa in the 74′.

South Africa’s Hilda Magaia scored against Italy in the 67th minute.

South Africa’s Benedetta Orsi scored an own goal in the 32nd minute.

Italy’s Ariana Caruso scored against South Africa in the 11th minute.

Italy: Durante (GK), Di Guglielmo, Linari, Orsi, Botin, Giugliano, Dragni, Bonancia (C), Beccari, Giacinti, Caruso.

South Africa: Swart (GK), Gemede, Matlou, Mbene; Ramalpe, Moodali, Motlhalo, Dhalamini; Magaiya, Seoposenwe, Kagatlana (C).

 

 

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