2019 Women’s World Cup: USWNT Dominate Sweden; Netherlands Get By Canada

Written By High Press 10 on June 20, 2019

The USWNT continued their dominate run in the 2019 Women’s World Cup on Thursday.

The Americans handily defeated Sweden 2-0, avenging their 2016 Olympics loss in resounding fashion.

The US wasted no team getting on the board, as Lindsey Horan finished a Sam Mewis feed in the 3rd minute.

From there, Sweden was able to create some opportunities and slow the game down. However, in the 50th minute Tobin Heath created an individual moment of brilliance to tally an own goal on Sweden and ice the game for the US.

The goal was the US’ 18th in the group stage, setting a new record.

Netherlands control Canada

In a game where the eye test doesn’t match the game stats, Netherlands defeated Canada 2-1 to win Group E.

Netherlands looked like the better team, but Canada controlled possession (51-49%) and shots on goal (12 / 2 to 8 / 2).

Updated Women’s World Cup Odds

Going into the knockout stages, here’s the new Women’s World Cup title odds.

USA +175France +370
Germany +650England +700
Netherlands +1400Australia +1800

What’s Next for US?

The USWNT will play Spain on Monday the 24th.

Canada will also play Monday vs Sweden.

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