Halftime: France – Norway 0: 0
Neither goalkeeper had to save seriously. See you in 15 minutes.
45 minutes: Majri slips in on the left and hits a cross in the direction of the long post. It is distracted for a corner.
41 min: Graham Hansen shoots from the right into the box but her shot from a tight corner does not beat Bouhaddi at her near post.
40 minutes: "I have no problem winning 13: 0 if that's your thing," says Alan Kirkup. "I have a problem with OTT celebrations, but if that's your thing, so be it, if the USWNT wanted to get noticed (and, strangely, the competition as a whole), they did a brilliant job on the back of the owner, however, has been much larger, if they do not win this thing, they have to take a lot of clubs, and every neutral player now supports anyone who plays against them. "
39 minutes: Diani turns away from the gasping Minde, but the French attacker finally has to settle for a corner. Your final product was missing.
36 minutes: The quality has declined somewhat in the last few minutes. Both sides need to show more composure. Or maybe France could continue to aim for crosses near the unfortunate Hjelmseth. The Norwegian goalkeeper gets another and looks like she's going to beat her. Again she flutters. The ball reaches Le Sommer, who pulls him back to Thiney. However, the midfielder takes too long to shoot if the goal is unguarded.
31 minutes: Minde, who had a hard half, drops a long ball over her head and passes to Diani. The happy Norwegian left-back Diani can not do anything with his cross.
29 min: The impressive Diani gushes clearly on the right side and for a moment it looks like she is shooting. Until she decides not to prevent anyone from giving her a reprieve.
25 minutes: Majri crosses from the right. Hjelmseth comes because he has attacked with flapping hands and clown shoes. Devilish goalkeeper. Fortunately, her teammates save her and Minde bundles the ball when he is thrown into the six-yard box. Nothing comes from the corner.
24 min: The stubborn Diani runs to the right of Minde, turns back and forth and drills a low ball in the middle. It's behind Gauvin, but the striker tries a clever rear wheel. Not smart enough. Hjelmseth makes the save.
23 minutes: Le Sommer dribbles left into space, but her cross is poor. "I have no problem with the USA scoring and celebrating 13 goals," said Rob Coughlin. "This is the World Cup, right? Men or women, it's the World Cup. "
22 minutes: Diani slips to the right and digs a cross in the middle. The ball jumps through the area, Norway tries its best to present it to a French attacker, but at some point he is gone. This is a decent game.
15 minutes: The second turn does not work. "After hearing all the criticisms, I looked at the highlights of the 13 USA goals and it left a sore taste in my mouth," says OB Jato. "Although I do not agree with anyone who said he was supposed to give the gas after his fifth goal (as that would have made the opponents even more disrespectful), they were apparently stuck in a simple FIFA game in a FIFA game." Score a goal now and then, but also celebrate after the goal with the same force 13th goal! Giving the fans a good time is a good thing, but sometimes it can be too much of a good thing. Surely shooting an unfortunate number of goals (13) will not come back to hurt her in the end? "
14 minutes: The corner is sent by horse riding nearby. Engen throws a glance at the goal, but is distracted by a French defender. That was a decisive touch. It was probably on the way.
13 minutes: Norway has a strong press on the right and Seivik wins the ball in front of Majri. Hervord runs at Renard and wins a corner.
11 minutes: Norway is growing with confidence. They turn left, riding whips into another cross. France doze a bit and Saevik arrives at the far post, only up to the knee.
10 mins: A short break while one of the assistant referees chooses a faulty flag. It turned out that she needs a new one and we have to wait a while before one arrives. Sort it out Fifa!
8 minutes: France gets into a mess at the back, Mbock Bathy can not match the busy presence of Herlovsen as they chase a long ball. Herlovsen prevails against France, and Bouhaddi has to break away from his line to stand against Norway. The goalkeeper, however, can not convince, and here too Herlovsen is too strong. Eventually it looks as if Bouhaddi overturn the striker. Instead, the ball free rolls to the left and Herlovsen turns around and shoots a cross that gets out of the game.
7 minutes: Norway has sneaked out of its own half. They will have to work hard to cope with this early French unrest. The home fans also make a lot of noise.
5 minutes: It's a typical quick start from France, suggesting that they sniffed raw steak before they emerged from the locker room. They win another corner, this time on the right, but Henry can not do anything with Majri's good performance.
4 minutes: "There is nothing wrong with a 13-0 balance, but it would have created much more happiness and joy in the world if the US had been on the zero side," says Charles Antaki.
2 minutes: The brilliant Le Sommer storms to the left and hits a cross into the field. It is only half clear and Norway gets a bit panicked as a rebound gets the ball back in Henry's way. But she is offside when she shoots far. No reason to worry.
Have a look! France, in its dark blue, started the game in Nice. Norway, all in white, immediately concede a free kick on the left side. Your bubbling is dangerous, but Diani can not report at the other post.
The teams are out. Time for the hymns!
Hands up to warm up …
It is the generation game …
Team news: France – Norway
France: Bouhaddi, Strom, Mbock, Renard, Majri, Bussaglia, Henry, Diani, Thiney, Le Sommer, Gauvin
Norway: Hjelmseth, Moe Wold, Mjelde, Thoris, Minde, Sævik, Bøe Risa, Engen, Horseback Riding, Graham, Herlovsen
Hello. I believe in 13: 0! I believe in 13: 0! I believe in 13: 0! Ok, maybe not tonight. It is unlikely that this is a terrible mismatch. France were fast, skilled and strong in the opening game against South Korea, but the hosts will face a tough test against the strong Norwegians, who proved their menace in the wake of Ada Hegerberg's 3-0 win over Nigeria. He could decide who wins Group A and promises to be tense and entertaining through and through. That's exactly what I earned after sitting in the last race 0-0 against Japan.
Kicking off: 8 pm CEST, 9 pm CET.
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