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Norway book last-16 spot with win over S. Korea

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Norway booked a ticket to the last 16 at the women's World Cup after an uninspiring 2-1 win in Group A against a battling South Korea team thanks to a penalty in each half from Caroline Graham Hansen and Isabell Herlovsen.

Norway, the 1995 champions, join hosts France in the knockout stage and will face either Italy, Brazil or Australia, while Korea finished without a point but with some pride restored after Yeo Minji scored late for an exciting finish.

Norway finished second in the section with...

Nigeria upset South Korea for rare World Cup win

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Nigeria players celebrate after Doyeon Kim of Korea Republic scores an own goal,
Nigeria's women celebrate after the first goal.

Nigeria took their chances against the run of play on Wednesday to beat South Korea 2-0 for rare success at the Women's World Cup to set themselves up to advance to the next stage of the tournament in France.

A first half own goal at the Stade des Alps and a breakaway attack, brilliantly finished by Asisat Oshoala, ensured the Africa champions only their fourth win in eight World Cup finals appearances and a chance to go to the second round for just a second time.

The Koreans, beaten 4-0 by hosts...

VAR used for first time in women's football in Cup opener

PARIS -- History was made Friday night during the opening game of the Women's World Cup in Paris between France and South Korea when the video assistant referee was used for the first time in women's football.

Referee Claudia Umpierrez disallowed Griedge Mbock Bathy's goal for France in the 26h minute after the VAR, led by Mauro Vigliano, showed she was offside by a few centimetres. The French centre back had hit a wonderful right foot volley after a flick by Wendie Renard. Les Bleues celebrated...

France cruise to win in Women's World Cup opener

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France began the Women's World Cup the way it ended last year's men's tournament: with an emphatic victory.

Wendie Renard, at 6-foot-2 the tallest player in the tournament, scored a pair of headers off corner kicks, and Les Bleues overwhelmed South Korea 4-0 Friday night in a gala World Cup opener.

Eugenie Le Sommer and Amandine Henry also scored on a cool, windy night at Parc des Princes, the home of Paris Saint-Germain. French pop star Jain provided the pre-game entertainment for the sellout...

2019 Women's World Cup team previews: South Korea

Considering that South Korea didn't establish its Women's Football Federation until 2001, it's shocking how far the 11th-ranked team in the world has come. A round-of-16 loss in Canada four years ago was a huge step forward for a team that had previously qualified only once. Four years on, can the tough-nosed Taeguk Nangja defy expectations again?

How they got here

In last year's AFC Women's Asian Cup group stage, Australia, Japan...