Chile eliminated after missing a late penalty
Chile eliminated from the women’s World Cup after missing a late penalty that would have sent them through in a 2-0 win against Thailand on Thursday.
Yanara Aedo’s strike jumped off the message and right into the feet of keeper Waraporn Boosing as Chile scored their first women’s World Cup goal, Maria Jose Urrutia doubling the lead in the second half however the South Americans showed up simply short.
The U.S. beat Sweden 2-0 to cover the group and Thailand, that acknowledged 13 objectives in their opening game against the defending champion Americans with a different caretaker, completed without a factor.
Francisca Lara’s 86th-minute place kick-rattled the bar as Chile ended up third in Group F however short by one goal of advancing right into the knockout stage.
” We’re entirely at peace with all that we did as well as all of the players that have participated in the process so far.”
” Football does produce this kind of circumstance wherein from one minute to another you go via all sorts of feelings; from the top of happiness to the midsts of misery, that’s what it’s everything about it.
” I do feel happy of the effort the players were able to make in this match as well as up till currently,” Chile coach Jose Letelier told a news meeting.