Women’s World Cup Vine: Amadine Henry Nets Long-Range Cracker In France’s 5-0 Rout Of Mexico

Alan Duffy

17th, June 2015


By Alan Duffy

France bounced back from their shock Women’s World Cup defeat by Colombia to batter Mexico 5-0 in Ottawa, in a win sees Les Bleues top Group F ahead of England.

France impressed throughout by Amadine Henry’s long-range strike was the pick of the goals. A fine effort which topped off a fine team performance.

Photo: Getty Images

Vines: meg linehan & Women’s Soccer United

Posted in International football, Newsnow, Skills, Vine, Women's Football, World Cup

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  1. Ron says:

    This is why I don’t watch the women’s WC. Look at that defense! I play harder in my weekly pick up scrimmages for fucks sake.

  2. squiggle says:

    To my uneducated eye the defense looks much like those in the men’s game when someone scores a good, unexpected long-distance goal.

    I was glad to see France putting the Colombian result behind them pretty emphatically.

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