Australia at the high of women’s world cup, defeats Thailand

Australia now leads Group B of the FIFA Women’s World Cup after players Emily van Egmond and Sam Kerr scored two goals in opposition to Thailand, beating Thailand 2-1. Thailand nonetheless made it to the quarter-finals as a third-place group, together with Vietnam. Up next, Thailand will play against Japan within the quarter-finals on Sunday. Thailand began the cup this Monday, shedding its first sport in opposition to the Philippines. Thailand then beat Indonesia 4-0, additionally on Monday.
Thailand’s recreation towards Japan will start at 3pm on Sunday. Japan is on the high of Group C after a 1-1 draw with South Korea, who are second in Group C. The Thai staff is assured about their place within the cup this 12 months, even though it’s nonetheless enhancing on some mistakes, stated coach Miyo Okamoto. After the team misplaced to the Philippines, Miyo mentioned players need to work more on their offensive abilities, and never just maintaining the ball on their side. The players have worked on their expertise by studying the Philippines team’s ways, she mentioned. The group hopes that player Chaba Kaew will help it qualify for the 2023 Fifa Women’s World Cup.
โซล่าเซลล์ราคาถูกคุณภาพดี -five groups and co-host Australia will characterize Asia at the 2023 World Cup. Two sides from the Women’s Asian Cup will compete in the 10-team playoff tournament which presents three more spots within the finals.
Even although Thailand misplaced towards the Philippines and Australia, its expertise are noticeably ahead of Indonesia’s. The Indonesian coach said the Thai players have been forward of his in their fitness levels, and also management and choice making. The coach informed the Bangkok Post, “Thailand has the experience of enjoying within the Fifa World Cup however we’ve another two matches to play and we wish to make an impression. Our players, particularly the youthful ones, have to attempt to control the sport.”

This year’s cup is hosted in Mumbai, India.
Sources: Bangkok Post | Bangkok Post | Google Women’s Football

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