Sweden finished third at the FIFA Women’s World Cup. It is the third place in two consecutive competitions following the 2019 competition.
Sweden defeated Australia 2-0 in the third-place match of the 2023 Australia-New Zealand Women’s World Cup at Brisbane Stadium in Australia on the 19th. Sweden ranks third and Australia 10th in the women’s FIFA rankings.
Sweden, which finished third at the 2019 French Games, also finished third in two consecutive Women’s World Cup tournaments. Sweden’s best performance in the Women’s World Cup history was the runner-up in 2003.
In the last round of 16, he made a big difference by beating the U.S., the No. 1 FIFA ranking, after a penalty shoot-out, and also beat Japan 2-1 in the quarterfinals to reach the semifinals. However, after losing the semifinals against Spain and being pushed to the third-place match, it ended well.
Australia, on the other hand, had to settle for the semifinals in the third-place match after reaching the semifinals for the first time in its history at the 2002 Korea-Japan World Cup.
Australia is on the verge of advancing to the finals by beating Denmark in the round of 16 and France in the quarterfinals. However, after losing 1-3 to England in the semifinals, he also lost the final third-place match and had to shed tears. 스포츠토토
Sweden broke the balance 30 minutes into the first half. Australian defender Claire Hunt committed a foul on Stina Blockstenius, who was digging into the right side of the penalty area. A penalty kick was declared after the referee’s on-field review, and kicker Pdolina Rolfoe finished with her left foot.
Australia, which was hit hard, launched a counterattack amid unilateral support from home fans. However, the long-awaited equalizer did not come out, and rather, he lost an additional goal in the 17th minute of the second half. In a counterattack, Kosovare Aslani kicked the ball given by Blockstenius with his right foot inside the arc.
Australia tried to spark the chase, but failed to shake Sweden’s net. Sweden’s concentration, which is about to win third place, was not easily disturbed. The match ended with Sweden’s 2–0 victory. In the third-place match, where only one team laughed, the joys and sorrows of the two teams were also sharply divided.