The Women’s Soccer World Cup continues to be full of exciting encounters and historic moments. On this occasion, Colombia managed to advance to the quarterfinals for the first time in its history after a thrilling victory over Jamaica. Colombian attacker Catalina Usme became the protagonist by scoring the only goal of the game at minute 51 after receiving a pass from debutant Ana María Guzmán. Joy spilled over into Melbourne’s Rectangular Stadium as Colombia celebrated their advance.
Colombia becomes the only Conmebol team that is still competing in the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. Now, they will face a challenging matchup against England in the quarterfinals. Although England is considered one of the favorites to lift the cup, Colombia coach Nelson Abadía is optimistic and confident in his team’s ability to face any challenge.
On the other hand, in another exciting match, France demonstrated their dominance on the pitch by beating Morocco. The French, known as the “Bleues”, stood out with their skill and precision in the game, scoring four goals in total. The team led by Hervé Renard is ready to face Australia in the quarterfinals.
Excitement and anticipation continue to build at the Women’s World Cup, with teams from around the world competing for the coveted title. The quarterfinals promise to be exciting and action-packed matches, and fans around the world will be watching to see who will advance in this exciting competition.