The group phase of the FIFA Women’s World Cup Soccer has ended.
As the women are preparing for the knock-out stage, let’s take a look at how they did.

Group AWinsDrawsLossesPoints
France3009
Norway2016
Nigeria1023
South Korea0030
Group BWinsDrawsLossesPoints
Germany3009
Spain1114
China1114
South Africa0030
Group CWinsDrawsLossesPoints
Italy2016
Australia2016
Brazil2016
Jamaica0030
Group DWinsDrawsLossesPoints
England3009
Japan1114
Argentina0212
Scotland0121
Group EWinsDrawsLossesPoints
Netherlands3009
Canada2016
Cameroon1023
New Zealand0030
Group FWinsDrawsLossesPoints
United States3009
Sweden2016
Chile1023
Thailand0030

5 teams were able to win every single match in their respective groups.
France, Germany, England, The Netherlands, and the United States were the top teams of their respective groups.
South Korea, South Africa, Jamaica, New Zealand, and Thailand were the teams who weren’t able to get at least 1 point.

Knockout stage

The knockout stage will start the 22nd of June 2019.
Germany vs Nigeria 22/06 17:30 CEST
Sweden vs Canada 24/06 21:00 CEST
Italy vs China 25/06 18:00 CEST
Netherlands vs Japan 25/06 21:00 CEST
Norway vs Australia 22/06 21:00 CEST
England vs Cameroon 23/06 17:30 CEST
France vs Brazil 23/06 21:00 CEST
Spain vs United States 24/06 18:00 CEST

TeamTeamDateCESTEDT
GermanyNigeria22/0617:30 PM11:30 AM
NorwayAustralia22/0621:00 PM3:00 PM
EnglandCameroon23/0617:30 PM 11:30 AM
FranceBrazil23/0621:00 PM 3:00 PM
SpainUnited States24/0618:00 PM 12:00 PM
SwedenCanada24/0621:00 PM 3:00 PM
ItalyChina25/0618:00 PM 12:00 PM
NetherlandsJapan25/0621:00 PM 3:00 PM

The FIFA Women’s World Cup Knockout Stage will be very interesting for many!
*CEST stands for Central European Summer Time.
*EDT stands for Eastern Daylight Time

So let’s look at the top goal scorers after the group phase!

Alex Morgan is number two!
It seems that a lot of women found their own net, as “OWN GOAL” is ranking number 1 with 8 OWN GOALS!
Let’s go!

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