Scotland Women Have Qualified for the World Cup, While England Women’s Team Thrash Kazakhstan 6-0.

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The Scotland women’s team reached World Cup finals for the first time. The Welsh team‘s hearts were broken. The England team showcased impressive muscle strength in depth. The Welsh team glanced as their hope for qualifying for the France 2019 Women’s World Cup hopes were blown by the wind. Scotland’s Jane Ross netted a potentially life-changing goal that ensured that the team qualified for the World Cup. They won the game 2-1 sending Albania home. England’s manager, Phil Neville’s tenure had concluded that the Lioness’s World Cup qualifying campaign was successful with a resounding 6-0. The Kazakhstan team was helpless as they witnessed their skin get pealed. England side’s 3-0 win over the Welsh team had already guaranteed the team that they had finished top of the group. This win meant that they had already booked their ticket to the next summer’s showpiece.

The game against Wales was played in Newport. Scotland will now join the three lionesses in the travel to France. The team was greatly inspired by Kim Little. Scotland’s manager Shelley Kerr’s managed to head the team to celebrate their automatic qualification. They emerged the winners of the group two. Ross’s goal did wonders. It enabled them to triumph. Their earlier goal had been cancelled with an Albanian equalizer. When Coach Shelley Kerr was interviewed, she was lost for words and even started becoming emotional as his girls did her proud. She explained that they had a tough campaign and all the way, the team had shown determination and urged to end the campaign as victors. Shelley’s team showed a lot of maturity and urged to win in every game. The manager explained that such moments never come too often. She noted that it would take long for the girls to believe that they qualified for their first World Cup.

Scotland’s captain, Rachel Corsie noted that at the end of the final whistle, everybody was confused with what to do. The moment was exciting for them. They felt happy. Rachel said that the team would enjoy the moment for a long time. They worked very hard during the campaign and finished it on a high note. During the match, the players seemed comfortable as they created chances of scoring now and then. With the frequent attacks, they knew that a second goal was coming. They believed in themselves. The team persevered all along and controlled the game professionally.

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