Women's World Cup in Live Stream: France - See Brazil live on the Internet
The Women's World Cup continues on 23 June: Two round of 16 matches are scheduled for Sunday. First of all, Cameroon meet in Valenciennes England. While the English women have won all their games so far, Cameroon has made a victory to reach the last 16. In the evening, the match between hosts France and Brazil will rise in Le Havre. The French also brought three wins so far. For the South Americans to superstar Marta, however, it was enough for the group stage, only for third place.
The match between England and Cameroon is broadcasted by the ARD and is available on the internet as a stream, the game France against Brazil will not be shown on TV, but is also available on sportschau.de as a live stream and will also be broadcast by DAZN ,
England - Cameroon: Sunday 17.30
France - Brazil: Sunday 21.00
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After the undefeated victory over Nigeria in the World Cup round of 16, the German football women have one week to prepare for their next opponent. Only next Saturday, the DFB team plays in the quarter-final against Canada or Sweden. Both teams meet on Monday in Paris.
In the 3-0 win over Nigeria in the Stade des Alpes de Grenoble on Saturday, captain Alexandra Popp headed the lead in her 100th international match (20th minute). Sara Däbritz (27.) increased by a penalty, Lea Schüller (82) provided for the decision. It was the eighth victory for the DFB women in the eighth game against Nigeria.
Regeneration and substitute training are scheduled for Sunday morning. In the afternoon, the next move is for the DFB team. The way leads back to Rennes, where the German team had already played their first World Cup match against China (1-0). The first bus to Lyon is Saint-Exupery Airport. There the DFB-Tross climbs a plane to Rennes. The arrival there in the team quarter is planned for shortly after 22 o'clock.
National team player Giulia Gwinn does not believe that the team could get out of the tournament due to the relatively long break. "It's nice to have a bit of regeneration time and prepare for the next game in peace," she said. "Then on Saturday the grass will burn again."