- 2nd Half
- Bonsegundo (P)90'
- Alexander (o.g.)79'
- 1st Half
Scotland (W) - Argentina (W)
Women's World Cup - 19 June 2019
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Correa's punched clearance from a corner kick into her area wasn't the best, but Scotland's shot when the ball dropped wasn't great and the clearance was made after some pinball.
Scotland have the look of a team who are oozing with confidence. They are enjoying themselves and if they keep going like this there's a good chance they could score another!
She scored the second goal, but more than that Beattie has been excellent at the back for Scotland this evening. The centre back, who has just signed for Arsenal, has been very impressive.
Scotland have heeded Kerr's warning and are back on the front foot here. They recognise that a third goal could be huge for their hopes of qualifying from the group.
That is a slightly strange change from Argentina. Banini didn't look too happy about being taken off, especially for a player who has never played for her country before. Weird!
- OffEstefanía BaniniArgentina (W)
- OnMilagros MenéndezArgentina (W)
Argentina make their first change and it's Banini who comes off for Menendez... who is making her debut!
How is that not a booking? That was such a late tackle from Larroquette on Docherty, but the referee decides to keep her cards in her pocket. Corsie is making the argument. She has a point.
Cuthbert is so difficult to get off the ball. Argentina literally had to drag her to the floor to stop her from launching a counter attack for Scotland there. What a great talent she is.
Kerr has come to the edge of her technical area to demand that her players continue to press forward. She doesn't want Scotland to sit back and invite pressure on top of themselves.
There is a sense here that Scotland could really turn the screw on Argentina. The South Americans are starting to look tired and haven't offered much in the final third for a while.
As things stand, Scotland would finish third in Group D with England top of the standings with three wins from three and Japan in second place. That might be enough for Scotland to qualify.
Scotland didn't just need a win from this final group game, they needed a convincing win and they are on their way to register one. That second goal could be huge for their tournament.
- GoalJennifer BeattieScotland (W)
GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOAL! Scotland 2 (49 mins - Jennifer Beattie) Argentina 0. Scotland have a two-goal lead! That could be huge for them! Beattie got on the end of a cross into the middle and powered a header past Correa in the Argentina goal! The cross from Weir from the left wing was outstanding, as was the header!
In Scotland's last two Women's World Cup games, they have been poor in the first half and have much improved in the second. So if that pattern continues Kerr's team will be in good shape.
So Little's goal is the difference between the two teams after 45 minutes of play. Scotland have been the better team, but they'll want another goal to boost their chances of making the next round.
- 2nd Half
The second half is under way! Scotland are 1-0 up against Argentina in this Women's World Cup Group D game.
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- End of 1st Half
HALF TIME: Scotland 1-0 Argentina. Little's goal is the difference between the two teams at the half time interval. Scotland need a win from this game and they are on course to get one.
Just one minute of stoppage time to be played at the end of the first half.
Bravo had the opportunity to get a cross into the box there, but Alexander came out to gather comfortably. She hasn't been bothered since Argentina hit the crossbar with a header.
With the exception of a 10-minute spell near the start of the match, Kerr will be pleased with how her Scotland team have played in this first half. They have been the better team.
Cuthbert is the youngest player in this Scotland squad, but she is so often the one talking to her teammates and to the referee as well, on occasion. She is such an impressive talent.
Scotland's last seven wins have been by just the odd goal. They need a comfortable victory this evening if they are to boost their chances of qualify from the knockout rounds from this group.
Little is starting to make her mark on this game. She has the quality to control matches like this. She is their marquee talent. Little missed the Euros two years ago with an ACL injury.
Chance for Cuthbert! Evans' cross into the middle was half cleared, the ball landed at the feet of Cuthbert, but despite controlling well and getting the shot away Argentina managed to block it.
Cuthbert and Little are much closer to each other than they were against both England and Japan. That is giving Scotland a platform higher up the pitch. Very encouraging for the Scots.
Argentina have been hailed for their defensive organisation at this Women's World Cup, but they are showing more attacking intent this evening and proving that they can cause problems.
A second goal before the half time interval would really put Scotland in command of this match. They are starting to turn the screw on Argentina, who are slipping deeper and deeper into their own half.
Evans was played into space down the left side and looked for Emslie in the middle with the low ball. However, Argentina were able to scramble the clearance away before she could get there.
However, Argentina are still doing a good job of controlling things in the centre of the pitch. She has the opening goal, but Little has to do a better job of getting on the ball for her team.
Kerr's team look dangerous whenever they break into the final third. They have direct players in the form of Cuthbert, Weir and Emslie, players who can make something happen.
Scotland started poorly against both England and Japan, conceding two goals before half time. They were desperate to avoid that pattern repeating itself again in this third group game.
Argentina are still capable of scoring and creating opportunities, so Scotland certainly afford to get too comfortable here. But that opening goal could prove to be a big moment in their tournament.
Strike from distance! It's Benitez again who takes aim from about 25 yards out, but she was always leaning back and sends her shot well over the bar. Alexander wasn't worried about that.
To recap... a win here wouldn't necessarily be enough for Scotland to get out of their group. They are relying on being one of the best placed teams that finish third. They will still be made to sweat.
News from the other game... of course, there's another match being played in this Women's World Cup group right now and White has given England a 1-0 lead over Japan.
That was just what Scotland needed. They got a scare and then scored the opener just moments later. Now they must build on that. Their place in the knockout rounds wouldn't be assured with a 1-0 win.
- GoalKim LittleScotland (W)
GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOAL! Scotland 1 (19 mins - Kim Little) Argentina 0. It has come against the run of play, but Scotland won't care! They have the lead in this crucial game! Correa made a strong save from Cuthbert, then Cuthbert guided the ball into the path of Little in the middle and she finished into the empty net! Scotland have the lead!
Scotland were the pre-match favourites for this one, but Argentina have had the better of the opening 20 minutes and really should be ahead. This isn't going to plan for Kerr's team.
Off the crossbar! Argentina should be ahead! Larroquette got on the end of a cross to the back post and powered a header against the woodwork! Then Alexander made a big save from Jaimes! Wow. What a chance!
Wasted chance! That was an opportunity for Argentina to get a freekick into the box, but Benitez took the effort on herself from about 35 yards out and floated the ball well over the target.
Cuthbert had an early chance for Scotland in the opening few minutes, slicing a half volley well wide, but it's been slim pickings since then. Argentina are growing into the game.
Apologies for the lack of updates from this match. We were suffering from some technical gremlins, but fingers crossed we are good to go now! It's still goalless after 14 minutes of play in Paris.