Women's Euro England 2022: Sweden and the Netherlands seal their ticket to the Quarterfinals |  Tweet

Sweden sealed this Sunday his pass to Quarter finals of the Women’s Euro Cup England 2022as the first of Group C, by crushing 5-0 to Portugal; while, Netherlands also had a feast by beating 1-4 to Swiss and pass second with seven points, the same as the Scandinavians.

Ldutch aces will continue to defend the title, thanks to their victory against Swiss, although they could not avoid the confrontation before France, passing as second in the group. Thus, the swedes await their rivalwhich will be decided this Monday between Iceland, Belgium and Italy, fighting for second place in the Group D, as escorts of the galas.

Sweden left their meeting on track before the break. With an exalted superiority before a Portugal weak in defenseboth of Filippa Angeldal they knocked out those of Francis Net. As if that were not enough, an own goal from Carole Costa completely annulled the aspirations of the lusas in the addition.

Portugal, that in the tournament he had already recovered from two goals behind on two occasions, this time he was paralyzed before the superiority and success of the rival. The fourth came from eleven meters after the hand of Diane Silva, who deflected the ball into the box. Asllani did not forgive and increased the income of the Swedes.

And there was still time for Blackstenius, who had already seen a goal disallowed shortly before, made it 5-0, with an excellent arched shot from the edge of the area in added time. Thus, Sweden got their victory with the largest margin in a final phase of the European Championship.

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The other party in the sector also experienced a landslide, although with greater suffering. The Netherlands ended up beating Switzerland, that fell apart in the final minutes and ended up overwhelmed. The meeting did not have a dominating score until the second half. The first to get ahead were the Dutch thanks to Stefanie van derGragt after the break.

The quick reaction of the Swiss allowed them to get hooked on the game again and put it in a draw (1-1) with a goal of Geraldine Reutler, who took advantage of the poor marking of the first scorer of the afternoon to restore equality to the scoreboard.

The tie served the Dutch to go to the next round, but the relief came in the last ten minutes with two goals from Leuchter and one of Pelova, that sentenced a combative Switzerland to the gates of the quarterfinals.

(With information from Europe Press)


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