Women's World Cup: Round of 16

Brazil became the first seed to fall at the Women's World Cup when it lost to Australia, 1-0, on a late goal by Kyah Simon. France made quick work of South Korea with a 3-0 win in Montreal that set up a much-anticipated match against Germany on Friday at the Olympic Stadium. Canada stayed alive when it edged Switzerland, 1-0, on a goal by Josee Belanger, who was shifted from defense to the frontline for the game.

Germany served notice that it is ready to contend for the Women's World Cup title as it opened the round of 16 with a 4-1 win over Sweden. China edged upstart Cameroon, 1-0, to set up a date with the winner of the USA-Colombia match in the quarterfinals.

Celia Sasic
scored two goals and joined Anja Mittag, who scored once, as the tournament's top scorers with five goals apiece. Germany dominated the game with a 25-7 edge in shots. It did lose veteran defender Saskia Bartusiak for the quarterfinals as she picked up her second yellow card of the tournament.



Round of 16:
June 20 in Ottawa
Germany 4 Sweden 1 (Highlights). Goals: Mittag 24, Sasic pen 36, 78, Marozsan 88; Sembrant 82.
Germany -- Angerer; Maier, Krahn, Bartusiak, Kemme (Cramer, 77); Goessling, Leupolz (Marozsan, 46), Laudehr; Mittag, Popp (Lotzen, 89), Sasic.
Sweden -- Lindahl; Berglund (Hjohlman, 80), Ilestedt, Fischer, Samuelsson (Nilsson, 46th), Rubensson (Asllani, 67); Sembrant, Seger, Sjogran, Jakobsson, Schelin.
Yellow Cards: Germany -- Bartusiak, 28; Sweden -- Ilestedt, 35, Schelin, 68.
Att.: 22,486.
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June 20 in Edmonton
China 1 Cameroon 0 (Highlights). Goal: Wang Shanshan 12.
China -- Wang Fei; Wu Haiyan, Li, Liu, Wang Shanshan (Gu 90); Tan, Ren, Wang Lisi (Lou, 72), Tang (Wang Shuang, 40), Han; Rong.
Cameroon --
Ngo Ndom; Meffometou Tcheno, Manie, Awona, Leuko; Feudjio; Yango, Onguene, Zouga (Nchout, 64), Enganamouit, Ngono Mani (Akaba, 74).
Att.:
16,915.
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June 21 in Moncton
Brazil 0 Australia 1 (
Highlights). Goal: Simon 80.
Brazil -- Luciana; Fabiana, Monica Hickmann, Rafaelle Souza, Tamires (Raquel Fernandes, 83); Formiga, Thaisa (Beatriz, 83), Marta, Andressa, Andressa Alves; Cristiane.
Australia -- Williams; Alleway, Kennedy, Catley, Kellond-Knight; Butt (Gorry, 72), Van Egmond; Foord, De Vanna, Kerr, Heyman (Simon, 64).
Yellow Cards: Brazil -- Fabiana 14; Marta 81.
Att.: 12,054.


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June 21 in Montreal
France 3 South Korea 0
(Highlights). Goals: Delie 4, 48, Thomis 18.
France -- Bouhaddi; Houara, Renard, Georges, Boulleau; Henry, Abily (Hamraoui, 77), Thomis, Necib; Le Sommer (Thiney, 74), Delie (Diani, 84).
South Korea -- Kim Jung-Mi; Kim Soo-Yun, Shim, Kim Do-Yeon, Lee Eun-Mi, Cho; Kwon (Lee So-Dam, 60), Kang (Park Hee-Young, 78), Lee Geum-Min, Park Eun-Sun (Yoo, 55); Jeon.
Yellow Cards: France --  Hamraoui 80; South Korea -- Lee Eun-Mi 33, Lee Geum-Min 86.
Att.: 15,518.
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June 21 in Vancouver
Canada 1 Switzerland 0 (Highlights). Goal: Belanger 52.
Canada --
McLeod; Buchanan, Sesselmann, Chapman; Wilkinson (Nault, 88), Lawrence (Kyle, 76), Scott, Schmidt; Tancredi (Filigno, 69), Belanger, Sinclair.
Switzerland --
Thalmann; Maritz, Abbe, Kuster (Burki, 61), Rinast (Kiwic, 80); Walti, Bernauer, Moser (Humm, 72); Crnogorcevic, Bachmann, Dickenmann.
Yellow Cards: Canada -- Sinclair 13, Buchanan 74; Switzerland, Kuster 46.
Att.: 53,885.
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June 22 in Ottawa
Norway vs. England
TV: 5 pm ET, Fox Sports 1, NBC Universo
June 22 in Edmonton
USA vs. Colombia

TV: 8 pm ET, Fox Sports 1, NBC Universo
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June 23 in Vancouver
Japan vs. Netherlands
TV: 10 pm ET, Fox Sports 1, NBC Universo

Quarterfinals:
June 26 in Montreal
Germany vs. France (game 46)
TV: 4 pm ET, Fox, NBC Universo
June 26 in Ottawa
China vs. USA-Colombia winner (game 45)
TV: 7:30 pm ET, Fox, NBCDeportes.Com
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June 27 in Edmonton
Australia vs. Japan-Netherlands winner (game 47)
TV: 4 pm ET, Fox Sports 1, Telemundo
June 27 in Vancouver
Norway-England winner vs. Canada (game 48)
TV: 7:30 pm ET, Fox Sports 1, NBC Universo

Semifinals:
June 30 in Montreal
Winner 45 vs. Winner 46 (game 49)

TV: 7 pm ET, Fox, NBC Universo
July 1 in Edmonton
Winner 47 vs. Winner 48 (game 50)

TV: 7 pm ET, Fox Sports 1, NBC Universo

Third-Place Game:
July in Edmonton
Loser 49 vs. Loser 50

TV: 4 pm ET, Fox, NBC Universo

Final:
July 5 in Vancouver
Winner 49 vs. Winner 50
TV: 7 pm ET, Fox, Telemundo

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