The French women's team qualified for the 2023 World Cup after their victory over Slovenia

A small goal, a narrow victory and a ticket to the World Cup. Tickets for the 2023 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand on Tuesday, April 12 were verified by the French women’s soccer team by a narrow margin (1-0) against Slovenia in the MMArena du Mans, the last day of the European Championship. Eligibility. Dolphin Cascarino, who scored in the evening, was manipulated by their opponents after the first period when the French women returned from the locker room (48th). Thanks to an eighth win in several games, Les Bleues signed into an almost perfect qualifying campaign and topped Group I (24 points).

They needed a little spark. Upon his return from the locker room, after a long possession, one of the most important tricolors, the Dolphin Cascarino, threw himself into the area to capture a center from Clara Matteo, a center that had been apparently missed by Marie-Antoinette Gotto. Tonight.

Released, Goren Deacon’s players passed in the second act and Jala Mersnik continued to put pressure on the goal, unable to double the lead. Okay, the main thing was somewhere else. With this victory, the twelfth consecutive victory, the French women are guaranteed to compete in the fifth World Cup in their history, after four years on home soil in 2019.

Still, the first period was tough on Le Mans’ MMArena meadow. In the kick-off their team faced the runners Les Blues controlled the ball, but struggled to create hard-hitting attacks. Surprisingly feverish (like Sandy Baltimore’s slip in the 41st minute), Goren Deacon’s players could not really find themselves on the ground and did not succeed in their attacks. On the contrary, Slovenia was under surveillance and proved dangerous against the defensive errors of the French soldiers (9th, 39th, 43rd), saved by an imperialist Pauline Peyraud-Magnin. Before Cascarino took matters into his own hands.

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Had to wait until the last day to check eligibility, the French team never doubted this campaign. With eight wins in eight games, Les Blues is far ahead of Wales, finishing second with eight points. Driven by incredible attacking speed (40 goals scored and only three conceded), they have mastered their lesson from first resistance to last. What will be on the legs before the next deadline of the euro to be held in the UK this summer.

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