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England (W) - Sweden (W)
Women's World Cup - 6 July 2019
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SWEDEN HAVE WON IT! England finish the World Cup with fourth place. They have done well to reach this stage, but they do still lack a ruthlessness that the top sides above them can exploit. There is room to improve, but much to be proud of.
- Yellow cardJade MooreEngland (W)
Moore is booked for a cynical hack to stop a Sweden counter.
Greenwood runs onto a cross that drifts to the back post, and she slices it miles wide when it needed to be put back towards goal. A minute left.
At the other end, Telford has to beat away a shot from Jakobsson as she counters and has a chance to make victory certain. The action is picking up.
Carney bobbles a shot from distance at goal in the first of four minutes of added time indicated.
Bronze watches the ball drop onto her foot in the box, and she lashes a shot at goal past the 'keeper, only to see Fischer head off the line!
Jakobsson has another chance but this time Telford is able to hold onto the shot, in contrast to the first half.
- Yellow cardHedvig LindahlSweden (W)
Lindahl is booked as Sweden attempt to run down the game.
- OffAbbie McManusEngland (W)
- OnRachel DalyEngland (W)
Daly is on for England with their last sub.
White scuffs a shot at goal after the ball drops to her in the box, but it's taken off her toes and spins wide of the near post.
- OffNikita ParrisEngland (W)
- OnKaren CarneyEngland (W)
Carney comes on for Parris.
- OffNathalie BjörnSweden (W)
- OnAmanda IlestedtSweden (W)
Ilestedt comes on.
Kirby is slopped in behind the defence, but her pullback goes straight to Lindahl who cuts it out.
Sweden are content to leave England the ball, confident in their ability to defend.
Greenwood's corner is swung into the near post, and Houghton heads way over. Half an hour or so left for England to get something from this.
Bronze's cross is turned behind for a corner on the right wing.
Kirby forces a shot from a tight angle at goal, but Lindahl is able to stop it squeezing through.
England need some of Neville's fiery spirit.
Jakobsson receives a throw in high up the pitch, and kicks it straight out of play.
Another poor cross from Greenwood, and the danger passes for Sweden.
- OffBeth MeadEngland (W)
- OnJodie TaylorEngland (W)
Taylor is on for White.
Greenwood makes space for a cross on the left, and sends a deep ball into the box and behind for a goal kick.
Lindahl hoiks the ball clear after being chased down by England in the box.
We go again.
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That's half time, see you in 15 minutes.
Parris' cross from the right after some neat passing with Bronze and Kirby is collected by the 'keeper. Sweden then race up the other end of the pitch, Blackstenius seizes on dithering from England, and sends a lob just over the bar.
Five mnutes of added time indicated.
Here's a clip of the transgression.
DISALLOWED! The goal is rescinded after White was judged to have handballed it in the box when she chested the ball down.
There is a VAR check for a potential handball from White.
GOAL! England 2-2 Sweden. White scores - White grabs the equaliser, and her seventh of the tournament. She chests a cross into the box, spins her marker and drives a shot past Lindahl.
- GoalFrancesca KirbyEngland (W)
GOAL! England 1-2 Sweden. Kirby scores - That's an excellent finish. She pulls off down the right, is found by Scott, and then cuts inside, into the box, before she curls in a low shot around Lindahl.
England move the ball swiftly in the box, working an opening for White, one-on-one with the 'keeper and she punts it wide. It strikes a defender and is cleared, but that was a dreadful waste.
- OffFridolina RolföSweden (W)
- OnLina HurtigSweden (W)
On comes Hurtig.
The game pauses for a drinks break. Meanwhile, the CIA are getting involved.
Bronze almost gets her side back in it with a half-volley from outside the box, that the 'keeper does well to scramble towards and palm behind.
- GoalSofia JakobssonSweden (W)
GOAL! England 0-2 Sweden. Jakobsson scores - Receiving the ball on the left hand corner of the box, she takes a couple of touch towards goal and curls an excellent shot to the far corner.
Sweden keep the ball away from England as they swap passes in defence.
Jakobsson breaks behind the defence, leathers a shot past the beaten Telford, and the ball strikes the post, the 'keeper's head, and bounces out for a corner. They're up against it here.
White darts down the inside left, behind Glas, but she's offside.
England again struggle to clear a ball into the box and concede throw on the right, high up the pitch.
The poor clearance came from Greenwood.
- GoalKosovare AsllaniSweden (W)
GOAL! England 0-1 Sweden. Asllani scores - A cross from the left isn't properly cleared, it drops to Asllani in the box, and she squeezes in her shot against the 'keeper and into the net.
Sorry - it's Houghton, not Mead who is injured. She's OK to continue now...
This time Mead is penalised for a foul, in midfield. She appears to have injured her right ear in the process.
Jakobsson concedes a foul on the left wing in England's half.
It's a pretty gentle start so far, the heat and the dead rubber feel of the game won't help.
- 1st Half
The match gets underway.
The Swedes are looking to get over their disappointment after losing to the Netherlands in the other semi-final. They look an impressive side, so England are certainly not clear favourites today.
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A not ideal start for the fans in the ground.
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This game will be a chance for the England side to leave on a high. It will be tough, perhaps, to motivate themselves after blowing a decent opportunity against the US earlier in the week, but Sweden are eminently beatable.
Here's some news from the England camp about Toni Duggan.
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Here are the teams for today.
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