The France U-20 women’s national team expelled the Canadian team from the Costa Rica 2022 U-20 Women’s World Cup, defeating it 3–1 leaving it without the option of advancing to the next stage.
In the second game for both teams in Group C, Galas celebrated his first victory since losing his debut against Nigeria.
Canada, traditionally considered one of the strongest nations in women’s football, disappointed after losing 2–0 to South Korea and now to France in this World Cup.
The victory was deserved by the Europeans, who were better throughout the game, even opening the scoring in the first half, but it was stopped by Canadian goalkeeper Karpenko.
France dominated and Canada showed a low level, so it is not surprising that Magnaba Folquet opened the scoring at 50 minutes. In a free kick action, Foulquet took advantage of Canada’s poor record, overtook the defense and hit the nets with his head.
Folquet himself scored the 32nd goal of this World Cup and scored his second individual goal of the match, got the ball inside the field and then finished 2–0 on the right. Esther Mbakam-Niaro made it 3-0 88 minutes after taking advantage of a terrible start from Canadian goalkeeper Diana Karpenko, who went out to catch the ball but dropped it and left it at the Frenchwoman’s feet to finish. Gave.
Canada scored an honor in the 95th minute through Oliva Smith, who took a poor clearance from the French defense and ended up with a hard right foot to make the final 3-for-1.
Canada showed little or nothing because in 70 minutes of play, the North Americans had not even scored a straight shot to score.
In that time period, France had 21 shots, eight direct and Canada only two deflections, too poor for a team that many had as a candidate for the title. In the end, France finished with 28 shots and ten straight shots. The Canadian made five and two direct.
France defines which of the two advances to the quarter-finals against South Korea on Wednesday, both have three points, while Canada bids goodbye to the World Cup against Nigeria, the group’s leader and already with 6 points. classified. two commitments are at 8 p.m.
lined up with France: M. Petiteau, C. Hossin, A. Sombath, T. Samoura, J. Le Guilly, L. Fazzer, M. Holtzell, M. Traore, M. Folquet, V. Becho and O. . Hartrey.