What was the score between England and Sweden?

England were 0-2 behind after just 22 minutes against Sweden, the earliest they’ve ever been two goals down in a Women’s World Cup match. Kosovare Asllani’s opener was her third goal at the 2019 Women’s World Cup – the most by a Sweden player at a single edition of the tournament since 2011 (Lisa Dahlkvist, 3).

How are England and Sweden doing in World Cup?

England and Sweden have never met at a World Cup, so this promises to be an interesting encounter. Both teams have caught the eye throughout the tournament, and neither will be taking this match lightly. There is still the matter, too, of the golden boot for England’s Ellen White.

Where did England Womens Soccer team finish in the World Cup?

England missed out on the bronze medal at the Women’s World Cup as they were beaten 2-1 by Sweden in Saturday’s third place play-off in Nice. Sweden capitalised on a disjointed and lethargic start from England as Kosovare Asllani and Sofia Jakobsson fired them into a two-goal lead inside 22 minutes.

What was the opening goal for England against Sweden?

Sweden create the first real opening of the game, Jakobsson played in behind down the right and seeing her drilled cross deflected over the bar for a corner. The set piece is dealt with comfortably and England break quickly, but Kirby’s drilled ball into the box is held by Sweden goalkeeper Lindahl.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic produced a stunning four-goal display to turn the game around and give Sweden a 4-2 win over England. Ibrahimovic had put the home side in front in Stockholm after 20 minutes but goals from Danny Welbeck and Steven Caulker on debut gave England the lead before the break.

Who are the players in the England v Sweden game?

Sweden eventually began to rally and that prompted Hodgson into action – Daniel Sturridge, Wilshere, Shawcross, Tom Huddlestone and Jenkinson the players introduced.

How many goals did Zlatan Ibrahimovic score against England?

Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored four goals – including an amazing overhead kick – as Sweden marked the opening of their new stadium with victory over England. The Paris Saint-Germain striker poked home to open the scoring before Danny Welbeck volleyed an equaliser.