Denmark score late winner to mark World Cup return

Denmark score late winner to mark World Cup return


Denmark players celebrate scoring
Denmark failed to qualify for the previous three editions of the Women’s World Cup

Amalie Vangsgaard scored a late winner as Denmark marked their their return from a 16-year Fifa Women’s World Cup absence with a 1-0 win over China.

The substitute, who had only been on the pitch for five minutes, headed home Pernille Harder’s corner in the 90th minute in Perth, Australia.

There were doubts over whether the goal would stand but VAR officials decided that Danish defender Rikke Sevecke had not interfered with China’s goalkeeper Xu Huan as the ball hit the back of the net.

The result moves Denmark to the top of Group D, level on points and goal difference with England, who secured a 1-0 win over Haiti earlier on Saturday.

More to follow.



Formation 4-3-3

  • 1Christensen
  • 4SeveckeBooked at 40mins
  • 3Ballisager
  • 5Boye
  • 11Veje
  • 2Hasbo
  • 6Holmgaard
  • 12KühlSubstituted forBruunat 62′minutes
  • 19ThomsenSubstituted forVangsgaardat 85′minutes
  • 10Harder
  • 14SørensenSubstituted forMadsenat 72′minutes


  • 7Troelsgaard
  • 8Snerle
  • 9Vangsgaard
  • 13Thrige
  • 15Thøgersen
  • 16Larsen
  • 17Madsen
  • 18Gevitz
  • 20Bruun
  • 21Gejl
  • 22Bay
  • 23Svava


Formation 4-4-2

  • 12Xu
  • 2LiSubstituted forGaoat 85′minutes
  • 11Wang
  • 8Yao
  • 15Chen
  • 6ZhangSubstituted forWangat 45′minutes
  • 10Zhang
  • 13Yang
  • 19Zhang
  • 17WuSubstituted forGuat 90+1′minutes
  • 14LouSubstituted forShenat 78′minutes


  • 1Zhu
  • 3Dou
  • 4Wang
  • 5Wu
  • 7Wang
  • 9Shen
  • 16Yao
  • 18Tang
  • 20Xiao
  • 21Gu
  • 22Pan
  • 23Gao

Marie-Soleil Beaudoin

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