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The Englands captain’s opening goal and strong leadership helped her side through to the quarter finals on Thursday, where they will face Norway.
Yesterday, the hosts France knocked out Brazil. We say goodbye to one of the favourites with a few facts about the country and a review of a book about its most famous women player.
I really like to watch and play football because it is really tense and exciting. It is a team game, so you need to work together. When you show off your tricks and skills to go on and score a goal it is an amazing feeling.
Football is my favourite sport and playing it is a pleasure. if you go to a match the atmosphere is electric – even more so if your team wins a trophy!
My favourite footballers are Firmino, Mané and Salah because they are influential and exciting to watch.
England is a really good team and I’ll love it if they win the world cup. I hope I grow up to be an England player.
The chosen match today is between the European nation ranked 13 in the world and the reigning champions.
Without laws people will go crazy and the world will be wrecked. For example, people under 18 years old would start drinking alcohol and they wouldn’t know how to control themselves.
The other match today:
Sweden 1-0 Canada.
This Thursday promises to be a terrific day!
In the morning
The 2019 Everycolour Quiz takes place at the National Football Museum. Teams will be hunting the galleries for information, taking penalties, playing each other at table football and finishing the morning with the quiz itself under the flags of the World Cup nations.
In the afternoon
The 2019 Everycolour Football Tournament takes place after school. Hosted again by Broad Oak, all four Everycolour schools will compete for the trophy. Below are last year’s winners enjoying their momnet of triumph.
In the evening
And as if that wasn’t enough, the Lionesses take on Norway in the quarter finals… c’mon England!
“I found the magazine interesting and fun. the comic bits were funny too. I liked how England and Scotland women players have proved the doubters wrong.”