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Sweden beat Canada, get QF match with Germany

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Sweden's Stina Blackstenius struck in the second half as they won 1-0 against Canada, who missed a late penalty, at the women's World Cup to set up a quarterfinal against Germany.

In sweltering conditions at the Parc des Princes, the two teams struggled to register any shots on target in a first half despite Canada dominating possession.

Laurens: Sweden emerges as darkhorse for World Cup title

That all changed after the break when the Swedes stepped up a level and they were finally rewarded in...

Sweden advance to quarterfinals, emerge as World Cup dark horse

PARIS, France -- Sweden booked their place in the World Cup quarterfinals on Monday thanks to a 1-0 win against Canada. The Olympic runners-up are emerging like real dark horses in the competition and will be full of confidence when they face Germany in the next round on Saturday. Here are five takeaways from their victory at the Parc des Princes on Monday.

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In terms of football, the last 16 of this 2019 Women's World Cup has not always been spectacular. But it has packed drama, from...

U.S. gets revenge against Sweden to win Group F

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Relive the USWNT's victory over Sweden in LEGO form, as Jill Ellis' side wins Group F to progress to the round of 16.
Following the USWNT's 2-0 win over Sweden, Kate Markgraf and the FC crew examine what lies ahead in the round of 16 and beyond.

Goals either side of half-time saw the United States beat Sweden 2-0 to win Group F at the Women's World Cup on Thursday night in Le Havre, setting up a round-of-16 match with Spain.

After making seven lineup changes for the match against Chile, coach Jill Ellis went back to the front three she used in the opener: Megan Rapinoe, Alex Morgan and Tobin Heath. Julie Ertz was not in the lineup for the U.S. as a precautionary measure because of a hip contusion after she started and scored in the 3-0...