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Norway downs South Korea 2-1, while France edges Nigeria 1-0 in the Women’s World Cup: Live stream, game time thread, how to watch

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Germany has already qualified for the knockout rounds, while South Africa is barely alive. Meanwhile, China and Spain will be playing probably for second place.

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Norway holds off South Korea 2-1

[Update 5:00PM EST]: Norway’s Isabell Herlovsen added another penalty conversion in the 51st minute before Yeo Min-ji scored the lone goal for South Korea in the 78th minute.

[Update 3:25PM EST]: Caroline Graham Hansen converted a penalty in the 5th minute to give the Norwegians an early lead.

France sneaks by Nigeria 1-0

[Update 5:00PM EST]: Wendie Renard’s 79th minute penalty kick conversion was the difference in this game.

[Update 3:25PM EST]: France is controlling play, but has not been able to break through as of yet.


Germany 4, South Africa 0

[Update 1:30PMEST]: Lina Magull’s 58th minute tally extends the Germany lead to 4-0!

[Update 12:40PM EST]: Alexandra Popp drilled home a header in the 40th minute for a 3-0 Germany lead. This game has quickly gotten out of control. It really should be at least 5-0 give all of the opportunities that the Germans have had.

[Update 12:30PM EST]: Former Bayern Munich midfielder Sara Dabritz perfectly placed a rebound into the corner to give Germany a 2-0 advantage in what has been a pretty dominant effort.

[Update: 12:17PM EST]: Bayern Munich’s Melanie Leupolz perfectly placed a header into the back of the net to give Germany an early 1-0 lead in the 14th minute.

Spain 0, China 0

[Update: 1:30PM EST]: Spain is getting chances, but can’t convert!

[Update: 12:17PM EST]: Nothing to see here...yet.


Group B: South Africa vs Germany (12:00 pm EST)

Group B kicks off the action today, as South Africa hosts group-leader Germany in Montpellier. Germany is already through to the knockout stage with 6 points and can win the group with only a draw. South Africa, meanwhile, is fighting for survival. Realistically, only a win against Germany might put them in the top four third-place teams, allowing them to advance to the round of 16. Germany may rest some players, but should still handily win.

Group B: China vs Spain (12:00 pm EST)

While Germany is likely to win the group, second and third in group B is up for grabs: Spain and China will be playing at the same time. They are both tied for points at 3, and Spain currently sits in second place on +1 goal difference. Spain is favored to win, but China could well surprise them.

Group A: South Korea vs Norway (3:00 pm EST)

South Korea almost certainly will not advance beyond the group stage, unless they somehow beat Norway by multiple goals. Norway could solidify its position in second place in Group A behind France with a win.

Group A: Nigeria vs France (3:00 pm EST)

France, one of the favorites to go all the way, faces third-place Nigeria. A win would make three of three for them, while Nigeria will have all they can do to stop France from scoring several goals against them to keep their round-of-sixteen hopes alive.


If you’re looking to watch the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup, fuboTV has you for your streaming needs and, as always, Live Soccer TV can tell you where to find the World Cup on television or streaming in your country.

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