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    Colombia shock Germany with World Cup Victory, New Zealand eliminated in Disheartening Defeat

    Germany started their Women’s World Cup campaign with a dominant 6-0 victory over Morocco, cementing their status as one of the tournament favorites. However, they suffered a setback in their second match against Colombia, who were fueled by the exceptional performance of 18-year-old Linda Caicedo. Caicedo scored one of the tournament’s best goals, weaving past two defenders before curling the ball into the top corner. Germany managed to equalize late in the game, but Colombia secured a last-minute victory with a close-range header from Manuela Vanegas. With six points, Colombia currently tops Group H, followed by Germany and Morocco with three points each, and South Korea with zero. In the next round of group matches, Germany will face South Korea while Colombia takes on Morocco.

    Meanwhile, in Group A, Norway and Switzerland made it through to the last 16 in an intensely competitive group. Norway secured their spot with a resounding 6-0 victory over the Philippines, while Switzerland held New Zealand to a goalless draw. Despite a strong performance from New Zealand, they were unable to find the winning goal they needed to advance. In Group B, Australia is hoping to avoid a similar fate as New Zealand when they face Olympic champions Canada. They will be relying on their captain and star striker Sam Kerr, who has declared herself available after a calf injury. Nigeria, a surprise-package in Group B, only needs to avoid defeat against already-eliminated Ireland to progress. In Group C, former champions Japan and title contenders Spain will face off to determine the group winner, with both teams already securing a place in the last 16.

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