Colombia vs England LIVE They will face each other in the quarterfinals this Saturday, August 12 Women’s World Cup 2023 at Accor Stadium. The match will be telecast on Caracol TV, DirecTV Sports and RCN. Find out what time they play, possible lineups and more about this important commitment. Also, on El Comercio you can see all the incidents in real time, minute by minute.
WHEN COLOMBIA VS. England
2023 Women’s World Cup quarter-final battle, Colombia vs. The English teams will face each other at Aghor Stadium on August 12.
What time does he play? Colombia VS. England
The match between Colombia vs. England are scheduled to play at 05:30 (Peruvian time). We leave you the schedule of other countries so you don’t miss this important game.
- Mexico: 04:30 hrs
- Ecuador: 05:30 hrs
- Colombia: 05:30 hrs
- Bolivia: 06:30 hrs
- Venezuela: 06:30 hrs
- Chile: 06:30 hrs
- USA: 060:30 hrs
- Argentina: 07:30 hrs
- Paradise: 07:30 pm
- Uruguay: 07:30 hrs
- Brazil: 07:30 hrs
WHAT CHANNEL TRANSMITS COLOMBIA VS. England
The match between Colombia vs. England’s goal for the 2023 Women’s World Cup quarter-final will be broadcast on Caracol TV and RCN channels across Colombia, while the rest of South America can be watched on DirecTV Sports. Also, you can follow minute-by-minute on the DT El Comercio website.
This is how Colombia comes in
Colombia secured historic qualification for the Women’s World Cup quarter-finals with a 1-0 win over a goalless Jamaica on Tuesday, while France progressed with a 4-0 win over Morocco.
The Europeans will face co-hosts Australia in the quarter-finals, while the South Americans will try to make history against England.
It’s the first time Colombia have progressed to the third round of a major women’s soccer competition and now they meet cup-lifting favorites England in Sydney next Saturday.
Colombia’s Catalina Usme scored Jamaica’s first and last goal of this World Cup in the 51st minute, receiving a cross from youngster Ana Maria Guzmán and sparking an explosion of joy in the stadium at Melbourne’s Rectangular Stadium.
Colombia is the only CONMEBOL team still alive at the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, and Jamaica is the last CONCACAF team in the tournament.
“It’s a patriotic pride, a regional pride, we’re worthy representatives of Colombia, South America, we’re the team representing America, and that’s sweet for us as a coaching staff,” said coach Nelson Abadia. .
Jamaica’s “Reggae Girls” started with a very gutsy performance, with pressure on Colombian output and portly captain Khadijah Shah’s ball handling.
But after about 15 minutes of Jamaica’s dominance, the “Powerpuff Girls” looked for scoring opportunities, with runs from Colombians Mayra Ramirez and Linda Caicedo, with Lizzie Santos controlling the midfield.
The Colombians turned things around in the second half, despite struggling to cope with the physicality of the Jamaicans.
World Cup rookie Ana Maria Guzmán crossed for Usme, who overcame the resistance of Caribbean goalkeeper Rebecca Spencer and got in skillfully.
“I only saw the ball coming, I dominated it as best I could and it was up to me to score,” Usme recalled in a press conference.
Colombia maintained control and went back in search of a goal that didn’t crystallize in Caicedo’s skillful plays.
The Jamaicans also strengthened their presence in the Colombian area, and the best chance for the Caribbean came in the 83rd minute with a header from midfielder Drew Spence.
Jamaica coach Lorne Donaldson agreed that “Colombia played well and they deserved to win”.
Of the clash next Saturday, Abadia admitted, “England is one of the favourites, it’s the European champion. But we still face Germany smartly, with our game and the integrity of our footballers,” Abadia recalled of the 2-1 group stage win over the Germans.
This is how England is coming
European champions England qualified for the quarter-finals of the Women’s World Cup on Monday after beating Nigeria 4-2 in a penalty shootout in Brisbane, Australia.
The game was played in Brisbane in front of 50,000 spectators, with Nigeria missing two decisive shots as the game was tied 0-0 after regular time and extra time.
“This is the team, this team is special. We did it in the Eurocup, we did it in the finalsima, we keep pushing and this team has things to come,” Chloe Kelly told the BBC after the match.
England will face the winner of the match between Colombia and Jamaica in Tuesday’s quarter-final in Brisbane.
The Nigerians dominated most of the match with England’s Lauren James sent off in the 87th minute with one more man throughout extra time, but failed to convert that dominance into goals.
James, one of England’s key attacking players, derailed his team by stepping on his side in late regulation and will not play in Saturday’s quarter-final.
England opened the penalty shootout with a deflected shot from Georgia Stanway, but Desire Oberanosi also missed Nigeria’s first charge.
Beth England scored her shot for England and Nigerian Michel Aloisie sent her shot over the crossbar to keep the Europeans at bay until Chloe Kelly’s final charge.
Last year’s European Championship winners ‘The Lionesses’ were favorites to comfortably defeat the Africans, ranked 40th in the FIFA world rankings, but they proved to be a tougher opponent than expected.
“The first thing is we’ve come together as a team,” England manager Sarina Wickman said after the win.
“It was a very tough match and then we got a red card but we made it through extra time and then we won on penalties,” he added.
“The way we did it and the way the team continued to play, I’m very proud of them,” Weickman said.
The Nigerians have confirmed that they are in a position to play against any opponent at the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.
They beat hosts Australia 3-2 in the group stage thanks to their quick turnarounds.
They used the same tactic against England, who were repeatedly stunned by the Nigerian attack.
“To come here and play as well as they did tonight, I think we were as good as England,” Nigeria manager Randy Waldrum said.
“We had chances to reach the result and unfortunately we didn’t achieve it,” lamented the coach of the American national.
Statements by the Colombian National Team TD
Colombia became the last representative of the Americas at the Women’s World Cup with a win over Jamaica on Tuesday, filling their coach Nelson Abadia with pride.
“It’s a patriotic pride, a regional pride, knowing that we’re worthy representatives of Colombia, South America, that we’re the team representing the United States, and that’s sweet for us as a coaching staff,” Abadia said.
“Not to be arrogant, but we’re a coaching staff that represents the whole of America,” he added, visibly proud of his team’s qualification for the quarterfinals.
At the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, Jamaica was the last representative of an American nation, apart from Colombia, after surprisingly eliminating the USA, Brazil and Canada.
“We know what Jamaica has, we know where to counter, we know the spaces they can give us and we know their strengths in terms of attack,” Abadia said of his opponent on Tuesday.
His Jamaican colleague Lorne Donaldson admitted that the coffee pots were superior to his “reggae girls”.
“Colombia played well and they deserved to win,” admitted Donaldson. “We played hard and we had a good campaign (at the World Cup). Nobody likes to lose, but they managed to leave us and it’s over.”
Installed as one of the favorites to win the trophy at the World Cup, Colombia will face England in the quarter-finals on Saturday.
“England is one of the favourites, they are the European champions. But we still faced Germany smartly, with our game and the integrity of our footballers,” Abadia recalled about the 2-1 group stage victory over the Germans.
“This is how we are going to face England,” he added.