Norway qualify for Ladies’s World Cup final 16 after thrashing Philippines | Ladies’s World Cup Information

Sophie Roman Haug scored a hat-trick as Norway beat the Philippines 6-0, guaranteeing progress into the knockout stage.

Sophie Roman Haug scored a hat-trick as Norway put a turbulent two weeks behind them and made it to the knockout phases of the Ladies’s World Cup on objective distinction, with a 6-0 thrashing of the Philippines at Eden Park.

Winger Caroline Graham Hansen and Guro Reiten additionally scored on Sunday to assist the 1995 champions end in second place in Group A above co-hosts New Zealand with their first win of the match.

The Philippines, who completed backside of the group regardless of their first World Cup win over New Zealand, ended the match with 10 gamers after defender Sofia Harrison was proven a pink card within the 67th minute for a foul on Thea Bjelde.

With their match on the road, Norway seemed like they meant enterprise from the beginning.

They opened the scoring within the sixth minute when proper again Bjelde lofted the ball as much as Roman Haug, who completed from a good angle with a sensational volley.

Roman Haug made it two within the seventeenth minute when she powered a superbly positioned header in off a deep move from midfielder Vilde Boe Risa.

Graham Hansen despatched one previous a diving Philippines goalkeeper Olivia McDaniel from outdoors the field within the thirty first minute, justifying her place within the beginning workforce after being controversially benched for Norway’s earlier match.

Issues went from dangerous to worse for the Philippines when fullback Alicia Barker put the ball into her personal web three minutes into the second half and Reiten transformed a penalty 5 minutes later.

Roman Haug bought her third with a well-placed header in second-half stoppage time without work an help from Reiten.

Norway completed second in Group A behind Switzerland, who held New Zealand to a scoreless attract Sunday’s different match. They’ll play both Spain or Japan within the final 16.


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