USA and Brazil are through to the quarterfinals of the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup 2022 from Group A. India play Brazil and Morocco face USA, both on October 17. Get IND vs MAR highlights.
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After a humiliating 0-8 thrashing against USA in their FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup 2022 opener, hosts India put a much better show before going 0-3 down to Morocco in their second match at the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar on Friday. The Indians created few chances in the first half but failed to convert them. Morocco too had their chances but Melody Chanu was rock solid under the bar to go into the break at 0-0. Morocco turned the tables in the second half as they took the lead from a El Madani Doha penalty. Yasmine Zouhir and Djennah Cherif added the second and third on 61 and 91 minutes respectively to lodge full points in the tournament. With USA drawing against Brazil in another Group A encounter earlier in the day, both India and Morocco are out of quarterfinal contention. India will play Brazil in their final group match on October 17. Get IND vs MAR highlights.
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That's it. Morocco register their first win of the FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup 2022 with a 3-0 victory over hosts India.
FULL-TIME ⌛— Indian Football Team (@IndianFootball) October 14, 2022
That’s the end of the game tonight and Morocco seals the win and take away the 3️⃣ points against India.
🇮🇳 0-3 🇲🇦#INDMAR ⚔️ #U17WWC 🏆 #BackTheBlue 💙 #ShePower 👧 #IndianFootball ⚽ pic.twitter.com/nhVUlJoYVX
Third goal for Morocco. Samya's crosses from outside the box for Djennah Cherif, who makes no mistake to make the scoreline 3-0 in the 91st minute.
Easy chance squandered by India. Anita gets the ball from a beautiful cross from Lynda on the left but shoots wide.
85' Five minutes left for the regulation time into the game and India is still searching for a goal!— Indian Football Team (@IndianFootball) October 14, 2022
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🇮🇳 0-2 🇲🇦#INDMAR ⚔️ #U17WWC 🏆 #BackTheBlue 💙 #ShePower 👧 #IndianFootball ⚽ pic.twitter.com/6Z5u8Y1kg2
Second substitution for India. Rejiya comes in for Nitu Linda in the 76th minute.
Naketa shots it wide. She tries her luck and shoots from the free kick spot but lacks power and goes wide.
Melody Chanu saves again. Morocco's Said Hajar looks to turn towards the goal after recieving the ball in the penalty area but Chanu to the rescue.
Morocco double the lead. Yasmine Zouhir scores the second goal against India just after an hour mark.
Morocco score their first goal at th FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup 2022. El Madani Doha scores from the spot.
First change for India. Sudha Tirkey IN, Kajol Dsouza OUT. Second half begins
Both India and Morocco created chances but failed to break the deadlock at the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar. Pretty impressive performance from the hosts on Friday, after they were 0-5 down in the first half against USA, a couple of days earlier.
Brilliant clearance from Subhangi as she sweeps the ball away. India going strong so far.
37’ What a clearance!— Indian Football Team (@IndianFootball) October 14, 2022
Shubhangi sweeps the ball away from El Madani Doha’s feet inside the box! MATCH ON for 🇮🇳
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🇮🇳 0-0 🇲🇦#INDMAR ⚔️ #U17WWC 🏆 #BackTheBlue 💙 #ShePower 👧 #IndianFootball ⚽ pic.twitter.com/rPPRA9dCf8
Melody Chanu keeps Morocco at bay again. Zouhir aims the bottom corner of the net but Chanu was at the right place at the right time to avert the danger.
India have so far looked good against Morocco. The hosts are have created few chances but failed to convert them.
30’ End to end action at the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar, but both teams are yet to open the scoresheet.— Indian Football Team (@IndianFootball) October 14, 2022
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🇮🇳 0-0 🇲🇦#INDMAR ⚔️ #U17WWC 🏆 #BackTheBlue 💙 #ShePower 👧 #IndianFootball ⚽ pic.twitter.com/sarTu1Oxso
Nitu, the saviour as she heads away a free kick from the right flank.
India Survive! Morocco captain Zouhir shoots on rebound through El Madai Doha, but hits the bar. No damage done.
Samya in action again. She shoots from outside the box but the ball goes striaght at the hands of Melody Chanu.
Free kick for India about 40 yards away. Neha shoots it wide. Scores remain same.
Brilliant play by Anita Kumar as she dribbles into the box, tries to square it, but Morocco defenders are alert enough to clear the danger.
Morocco attack from the start. Samya Masnaoui takes a long range shot from the left flank but it goes straight into the hands of India goalkeeper Melody Chanu.
Morocco's Starting XI vs IND: Wissal Titah (GK), El Assaoui, El Ghazouani, Nadia Bennasou, Hajar Said, Doha el Madani, Samya Masnaoui, Dania Boussatta, Djennah Cherif, Mina el Hamzaoui, Yasmine Zouhair
Substitutes: Louisa Derbali (GK), Hiba Karami, Lina Nabila Aich, Kenza Laksiri, Dania Mrabti, Kamilia et Tayyeby, Houda Elmestour, Ameerah Jo Maamry, Ambre Basser-Drunet, Iman El Hannachi
India's Starting XI Vs MAR: Melody Chanu (GK), Naketa, Shilky Devi Hemam, Astam Oraon (C), Kajal, Kajol d'Souza, Babina Devi Lisham, Shubhangi Singh, Nitu Linda, Neha, Anita Kumari
Substitutes: Monalisha (GK), Anjali Munda (GK), Varshika, Purnima Kumari, Lynda Kom Serto, Lavanya Upadhyay, Shelia Devi Loktongbam, Sudha Anita Tirkey, Rejiya Devi Laishram
🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳#INDMAR ⚔️ #U17WWC 🏆 #BackTheBlue 💙 #ShePower 👧 #IndianFootball ⚽️ pic.twitter.com/ADaRDuglkV— Indian Football Team (@IndianFootball) October 14, 2022
Title contenders Brazil and the USA played out a 1-1 draw in a fast-paced Group A match as both teams qualified for the quarterfinals of the FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup on Friday. Both the goals were scored in the first half, in the space of four minutes. Nicollette Kiorpes gave USA the lead in the 33rd minute but Carol restored parity in the 37th minute. The draw meant that both hosts India and Morocco, who face each other later in the day, were out of reckoning for a quarterfinal berth. Both Brazil and the USA have four points after their respective wins against Morocco and India. Who tops Group A will be decided on Monday when India face Brazil and the USA take on Morocco.
🗣️ Head Coach Thomas Dennerby: "We have to show the right attitude today" 💪🏼#INDMAR ⚔️#U17WWC 🏆 #BackTheBlue 💙 #ShePower 👧 #IndianFootball⚽️ pic.twitter.com/eFP6ItSBUw— Indian Football Team (@IndianFootball) October 14, 2022
School kids getting ready to enjoy some wonderful football ⚽ and cheer for their favourite team at #KalingaStadium.🏟️#KickOffTheDream #U17WWC pic.twitter.com/sUYnUQGcN9— Odisha Sports (@sports_odisha) October 14, 2022
𝘼𝙣 𝙀𝙫𝙚𝙣-𝙨𝙩𝙚𝙫𝙚𝙣 𝘼𝙛𝙛𝙖𝙞𝙧 ⌛— Odisha Sports (@sports_odisha) October 14, 2022
The referee blows her whistle and ends another nail-biting game.
Both teams end their match with a draw 🤝
FT: BRA 🇧🇷 1-1 🇺🇲 USA#U17WWC #BRAvsUSA #KickOffTheDream #OdishaForSports pic.twitter.com/WbkRf6LUZE
Learning the local language. 😌👏 @NGSuper_Falcons | #U17WWC pic.twitter.com/3PBoSA9Qwb— FIFA Women's World Cup (@FIFAWWC) October 14, 2022
No. Stopping. That! 🚀— FIFA Women's World Cup (@FIFAWWC) October 14, 2022
Four goals and three points for @NGSuper_Falcons! #U17WWC | #KickOffTheDream pic.twitter.com/mtrA33G8Lw
The Young Tigresses 🐯 have arrived at Kalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar 🤩#INDMAR ⚔️ #U17WWC 🏆 #BackTheBlue 💙 #ShePower 👧 #IndianFootball ⚽️ pic.twitter.com/kSqjIb6dLR— Indian Football Team (@IndianFootball) October 14, 2022
Thomas Dennerby has earlier stated that India are eyeing a quarterfinal berth. Although the odds are heavily stacked against India, a win for the hosts will give them a glimmer of hope to make it to the last eight.
Hello and welcome to the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar for the Group A match between India and Morocco.
The battle field is ready 🏟️🏟️#INDMAR ⚔️ #U17WWC 🏆 #BackTheBlue 💙 #ShePower 👧 #IndianFootball ⚽️ pic.twitter.com/3fcxRl7n1g— Indian Football Team (@IndianFootball) October 14, 2022
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