Colombia – England in the Women’s World Cup live: results, goals and live data

England continue to look like a renewed team against Colombia after looking so sluggish against Nigeria in the round of 16.

This time, it’s Rachel Daly who comes closest to putting England on the board in Sydney, her header from close range flying straight into the grateful arms of Catalina Perez.

Moments later, Daly once again tries his luck, choosing to shoot from long range with the effort of her simply flying over the bar.

The pressure from the Lionesses is definitely mounting.

15 mins ago
Colombia grows in the game after England’s good start, still 0-0
By Ben Morse
England may have had the most promising start to proceedings, but Colombia is just beginning to show why they are in the quarter-finals.

Linda Caicedo is at the heart of most of the good things Las Cafeteras are creating, displaying her extraordinary dribbling and pace to keep her England counterparts on their toes.

25 minutes and still 0-0.

19 mins ago
The Usme family accompanies Catalina from the América de Cali sports venue
By Wilson Boat

The family of Catalina Usme, the top scorer of the Colombian women’s soccer team, follows the quarterfinal match from the América de Cali sports venue.


27 mins ago
Great opening run for England as the Lionesses look much better than they did in the last 16
By Ben Morse

The Colombians Jorelyn Carabalí and Catalina Pérez in action with the English Alessia Russo. Jaimi Alegría/ReutersColombia’s Jorelyn Carabali and Catalina Perez in action with England’s Alessia Russo REUTERS/Jaimi Joy

Although it was finally annulled for offside, how did the ball not end up in the back of the net this morning?

Alessia Russo has had multiple chances to spike the ball in the first 10 minutes, but there are Colombia defenders and the goalkeeper on the way to deny it.

Although the flag is raised for offside early in the match as Russo was beyond the last defender, it is a warning for Colombia and a good sign for the Leonas.

Minutes later, Russo is the first in a cross again, but her header flies straight into the arms of Colombia’s goalkeeper, Catalina Pérez.

39 mins ago
England and Colombia seek a place in the semi-finals
By Ben Morse
After all the drama from Australia and France, we have one last quarter-final to feast our eyes on.

Both Colombia and England know that a win will see them play co-hosts Australia in the final four.

The anthems are ready, the players are ready… here we go!

1 hour ago
This is how the teams of Colombia and England are formed


2 hours ago
How was the road to the quarterfinals of Colombia and what follows
The Colombian team qualified for the quarterfinals after beating their Jamaican team by the slightest difference. It might seem like one more result for statistics, but it is pure history, because with the pass to the quarterfinals, the coffee makers reached their best participation in this competition.


This is how the victory of Colombia lived the family of Linda Caicedo 2:26

3 hours ago
The Colombian team inspires her country and becomes one of the favorites in the Women’s World Cup
The Colombian women’s team is enjoying an impressive run at this year’s World Cup and their historic achievements are garnering all the attention in their country.


3 hours ago
Colombia goes for glory
The remaining eight teams will play the quarterfinals of the World Cup between this Thursday and Saturday. And, of course, one of the duels that attracts the most attention is that of Colombia against England. The South American team is making history in oceanic lands since it qualified for the first time for that instance. In addition, it is the only representative of the American continent that is still in competition.


3 hours ago
The preview: how do Colombia and England arrive at their 2023 World Cup quarterfinal confrontation?
Without a doubt, Colombia has been the biggest revelation of the tournament. In the group stage, it was the leader of its zone: it reaped two victories (one of them against the powerful Germany) and one defeat (against Morocco) to qualify as first place in group H.

The experienced Catalina Usme and the teenager Linda Caicedo have combined experience and youth to establish themselves as the figures of the selection so far.

The “coffee makers” reach the quarterfinal match against England as the only American team that continues in the World Cup. Likewise, her arrival at this instance is historic, since it means the best participation in a World Cup for the women’s team.


3 hours ago
How to watch live?
FIFA points out that the match can be seen at:

Colombia: DIRECTV Sports, DIRECTV Go
Argentina: DIRECTV Sports, DIRECTV Go


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