France vs Morocco: Women’s World Cup 2023 Result (4-0)

Photo of France celebrates after scoring during the FIFA Women's World Cup 2023 Round of 16 match against Morocco at Hindmarsh Stadium on August 08, 2023 in Adelaide

The Round of 16 has concluded, shaping the quarter-final lineups. France and Colombia have successfully advanced to the quarter-finals. Prepare for in-depth coverage of the upcoming Spain vs Netherlands and Japan vs Sweden matches on Friday.

Recapping the earlier fixture of the day in the Women’s World Cup. Colombia clinched a spot in the quarter-finals with a hard-fought victory over Jamaica in Melbourne. Catalina Usme scored the lone goal of the match, propelling the South American squad forward. Despite their determined efforts, the Reggae Girlz couldn’t level the score and bid adieu after an impressive inaugural World Cup participation.

France exhibited notable prowess against Morocco, yet they need to summon their utmost excellence when they meet Australia on Saturday. The co-hosts triumphed over Denmark in an impressive manner on Monday, as Sam Kerr reappeared in the team, entering from the bench.

The Matildas will bask in the enthusiastic support of a devoted crowd in Brisbane. In a friendly match held in Melbourne right before the initiation of the World Cup, these two teams faced each other.

Australia emerged victorious with a 1-0 win, courtesy of Mary Fowler’s goal in the latter half. However, the forthcoming Saturday match carries even greater significance.

The quarter-final pairings have been officially determined

Anticipate thrilling matches scheduled for both Friday and Saturday:

Spain will meet Netherlands in Wellington on Friday.

Japan will compete against Sweden in Auckland on Friday.

Australia is set to confront France in Brisbane on Saturday.

England will challenge Colombia in Sydney on Saturday.

A touching moment takes place in Adelaide. Benzina sits on the bench, tears flowing down her cheeks. Irrespective of the result tonight, she has ample cause to take pride in her World Cup experience.

She accomplished a significant feat by being the inaugural player to wear a hijab in a World Cup, delivering remarkable displays, notably in the crucial group match against Colombia. In the preceding nine months, Morocco has celebrated remarkable World Cup accomplishments across both their men’s and women’s teams.


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