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Spain and Sweden are the first teams through to the Women’s World Cup semi finals after their respective 2-1 victories over Netherlands and Japan.

Mariona Caldentey had appeared to give Spain the win in normal time when she slammed home an 80th-minute penalty via the post after Stefanie van der Gragt handled in the box, but van der Gragt went from zero to hero within minutes after smashing home a stoppage time equaliser.

But the jubilation was short-lived, as 19-year-old Salma Paralluelo became Spain’s youngest ever World Cup star after slotting home the winner to knock out the 2019 finalists.

A quarter-final match billed as a style of clashes was swiftly dominated by Sweden. And Japan could offer no riposte as Amanda Ilestedt fired her side ahead after the half hour mark before nightmare of a start to the second half saw Japan concede a penalty that Filippa Angeldal converted comfortably.

Japan were given a life line as Riko Ueki won a penalty with less than 20 minutes remaining, but the striker’s effort smacked the crossbar. The match was placed on a knife edge as Honoka Hayashi slotted home for Japan just moments after another smacked crossbar effort from Aoba Fujino. But despite a frenetic ending, Japan’s revival proved too late as Sweden booked their place in the semi-finals.

Elsewhere England boss Sarina Wiegman faced the media ahead of the Lionesses’ own battle for a semi-final place.

England will have to navigate their quarter-final draw without Lauren James, sent off five minutes before extra time. James has had a two-month ban confirmed by FIFA’s Disciplinary Committee as she escapes a full three-match ban.

Australia are preparing for their mouthwatering Saturday morning showdown with France with all eyes on Chelsea striker Sam Kerr amid her injury issues. She returned off the bench in their last 16 win over Denmark.

Keep up to date with the latest World Cup updates and injury news below.

That’s all from us

Join us tomorrow for live updates from England’s quarter-final clash against Colombia.

11:30am kick-off.

In case you don’t know who Linda Caicedo is…

Yes, you’ve heard the name. If you haven’t, you still probably have. She’s the 18-year-old Real Madrid phenom promising to squash England’s World Cup hopes like she did Germany. And she’s more than capapable of doing it too.

Read all about the startlet and her incredible journey from a debut at the age of 14 to cancer diagnosis at 15 to the world’s biggest stage at 18.

ICYMI: Sarina Wiegman gives verdict on Lauren James FIFA ban ahead of England quarter-final

Sarina Wiegman believes it will take a “team effort” to cope without Lauren James in England’s World Cup quarter final with Colombia, writes Jack Lacey-Hatton.

Wiegman is aiming to take the European Champions to a third consecutive semi-final at the finals, but they will have to get past a team who have already stunned Germany in Sydney. The Lionesses will have to navigate the challenge without their star of the tournament so far, who is serving the first of a two-game ban.

James was sent off during the Lionesses last 16 tie with Nigeria, after she stood on Michelle Alozie in the dying minutes of normal time. A three-game ban, which would have ended her tournament, was possible but instead she will only serve a two-game suspension.


(Andy Stenning/Daily Mirror)

From chippy to quarter-final

The Beth England narrative arc is nothing short of extraordinary – and that’s just taking into account her last half season leaving long-time club Chelsea to join London rivals Tottenham Hotspur in a (successful) bid to reinstate herself in Sarina Wiegman’s World Cup plans.

BEngland’s tenacious spirit was name checked by Wiegman when the manager was queried on England’s inclusion. Where does that spirit get its roots?

Read all about the striker’s inspiring journey below.

David Beckham sends Lionesses good luck message and word of advice for England star

The star of the Euro 2022 final told how she swapped England shirts with Becks and he gave her tips before she flew out to Australia for the Women’s World Cup, writes Neil Moxley.

And he told her to always remember that the finals would be the ‘highlight of her career’. When she scored against China, she received a well done text to wish the team all the best Down Under.

Beckham earned 115 caps – 58 as captain for six years – and she said: “He has been one of my idols since I was a little girl. It was amazing to meet him, he was really really nice and it was a pinch me moment in terms of women’s sport.


Eidevall drops transfer hint

Unceremoniously dumped out of the Women’s World Cup, the reigning world champions USA are siftting hrough some calamitous debris at the moment.

The post-mortems have been ruthless and unapologetic. But for all the appraisals and politically driven headlines, one player has emerged from the rubble with her stock categorically higher than where it started – Naomi Girma.

Girma has cut herself one of the most exciting young defenders on the world stage and Jonas Eidevall likes her style.

So does Ian Wright for what its worth. And when Wright and Eidevall are both praising a defender, we think their club might want to listen up.

Read the full story on Arsenal’s link to Girma here.

Naomi Girma of USA and San Diego Wave (Jose Breton/Pics Action/NurPhoto via Getty Images)


Lauren James has handed a two-match ban for her red card against Nigeria in the Round of 16 encounter. It’s a punishment that has drawn out pevlenty of speculation and scrutiny, but can it inspire a response from Engalnd?

It might have to.

If England are seeking any additional motivation to make it to this year’s Women’s World Cup Final, they need look no further than FIFA’s ruling on Lauren James ‘ looming suspension, writes Beth Lindop.

Read Beth’s full piece here.

Colombia boss reveals surprise preparation ahead of quarter-final clash with England

Colombia’s coach Nelson Abadia prepared to face England by taking a day off – and ordered his players out to dinner, writes Neil Moxley.

The Coffee Growers shaped up for the quarter-final against the Lionesses by treating his entire squad and backroom staff to a slap-up meal to break the boredom of hotel life.

The 67-year-old wanted to give his players some down-time before they took on Sarina Wiegman ’s side.

Read the story here.

Colombia players celebrate after the team’s 1-0 victory and advance to the quarter final (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

Will England line up with Russo and Hemp up top?

It’s the question that speaks to the larger question at hand of course: Just how will Sarina Wiegman line up against Colombia?

On whether the Lauren Hemp and Alessia Russo combo was working, Russo told the media ahead of Saturday: “When I’m up and around the box you enjoy yourself. Hempo (Lauren Hemp) and I have lots of conversations and it’s good.”

You can read everything the Arsenal striker had to say ahead of Saturday by clicking the link below.

Earps ramps up England ahead of Saturday

With the Lionesses standing three games away from sporting immortality, FIFA’s best keeper suggested that Sarina Wiegman’s side hasn’t yet hit top gear, writes Neil Moxley.

That confidence will be tested to its limits on Saturday as Colombia prepares to turn Stadium Australia into a sea of yellow at the quarter-final.

Read the full piece from Mary Earps below.

Today’s results in full

  • Spain 2-1 Netherlands
  • Japan 1-2 Sweden

England fired warning ahead of Saturday

The Lionesses face Colombia on Saturday and warnings should be heeded, writes Neil Moxley. With a huge ex-pat backing, a tempestuous coach, players who booted Ireland out of a friendly and then told them to ‘eat s***’ for complaining, and a teenage Real Madrid starlet causing all sorts of problems on the pitch, Colombia are no one’s idea of ideal quarter-final opponents.

“England are one of the favourites,” he said after Catalina Usme’s goal defeated Jamaica, “that goes without saying – they are the European Champions.

“But we also faced Germany – they are the second-best worldwide – but we were wise enough.

“We will be composed against England.”

Read the full story below.

Alex Greenwood helps create epic AI team talk

Yes. You read that right. Ahead of the season starting (and Saturday’s crucial Round of 16 clash), Under Armour created the ultimate team talk using input from players like Alex Greenwood and Trent Alexander-Arnold into what motivates them, alongside famous speeches generated with AI.

The result is pretty impressive.

On the project, Greenwood said: “I’ve been fortunate enough to play in lots of different teams, lots of different dressing rooms, in different countries. I’ve learned a lot from coaches and teammates. For me, clarity is important. Understanding what your coach needs from you as a group, but also as an individual, is key.”

You can watch the video here.

Mary Earps – “Best is yet to come”

With the Lionesses standing three games away from sporting immortality, England’s number one Mary Earps suggested that Sarina Wiegman’s side hasn’t yet hit top gear.

The FIFA Best goalkeeper has said the ‘best is yet to come’.

First two semi-finalists confirmed

Spain and Sweden are your first two semi-finalists of this year’s Women’s World Cup.

That match will take place on Tuesday, August 15 at 9am.

Joy for Sweden

They will face Spain in the semi-finals.

Lina Hurtig and Nathalie Bjorn of Sweden celebrate after the team’s 2-1 victory and advance to the semi final (Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images)

A new World Cup champion is upon us

With Japan’s exit, no remaining team has ever lifted the Women’s World Cup trophy. It’s befitting of a tournament that has thrown up shock after shock. The established order has been well and truly upended.

Magdalena Eriksson of Sweden celebrates her team’s 2-1 victory and advance to the semi final (Photo by Phil Walter/Getty Images)

Celebration for Sweden

Very few expectedd Sweden to produce what they did. But that’s been the theme of the tournament, hasn’t it?

Amanda Ilestedt of Sweden celebrates her team’s 2-1 victory and advance to the semi final (Phil Walter/Getty Images)

Heartbreak for Japan…

Jun Endo of Japan is consoled by her teammate Shiori Miyake after the team’s 1-2 defeat and elimination from the World Cup (Photo by Buda Mendes/Getty Images)

FT: Japan 1-2 Sweden

And breathe.

A breathless, frenetic and thrilling end to a match that was relatively benign for 70 minutes. The pressure point: Sweden are through, Japan are out. Yes, the Japan that looked the most convincing and consistent have produced one of their worst performances and despite a dramatic ending, couldn’t produce the redemption they wanted.

Final two minutes

90′ + 8′: Japan are desperate now. It’s all chaos in the box, congested and what not but Japan’s intricate play very nearly looks to pay off as Endo goes down in the box but the official isn’t budging on this one.


Japan probing

90′ + 7′: We’re getting into the nervy part of these final minutes. Japan are desperately trying to find an opening but Sweden’s defense looks to be unsolvable. Sweden are (rightfully) trying to execute the old fashioned blue print of corner flag football until the whistle blows when they do get possession.


The Japan goal…

Honoka Hayashi scores Japan’s first goal of the match against Sweden (Buda Mendes/Getty Images)

Japan free kick…

90′ + 4′: Endo delivers but it just strikes the heads of Sweden’s defence. The second phase goes out for a goal kick.


Surprise from Japan…

A change, and it’s Hamano, who was believed not to be fit enough for this clash.

If ever a time to ignore the advice of the team physios presented itself, it’s now.


Ten minutes added on…

90′: The drama is real.


GOAL! Japan!

87′: Honoka Hayashi! Japan capitalise on a missed clearance by Sweden in the box and the substitute makes no mistake in slipping her strike beyond Musovic just moments after another crossbar denial!

We have a game!


Crossbar! Japan!

87′: Musovic… what sort of witchcraft has she done to that goal! Fujino takes a free kick and in a cruel twist of deja vu, it comes off the post and the bar, then hits Musovic but somehow doesn’t go over the line. How did that not go over. We’re flabbergasted.


Play continues

77′: No explanation is given for the pause. It looked like Sweden were about to get dished a serving of millimetre pie as the ball ricoheted off the underside of the bar but it bounces on the right side of the line from Sweden’s perspective.

Japan… that’s surely it. A big chance blown.


Hold up…

76′: The official blows her whistle… and they’re checking for something….