Colombia England and England meet in the quarter-finals on Thursday, August 10 Women’s World Cup 2023 at Accor Stadium. The Colombian team has been making impressive contributions to the World Cup, however, they will have to face one of the undefeated teams in the tournament. Check out the programming of the channels that broadcast the game.
On which channels to watch Colombia VS. England
The 2023 Women’s World Cup quarter-final match between Colombia vs England will be broadcast across Colombia on Caracal TV, RCN and Cole Caracol’s signals, while for the rest of South America, the signal has been activated to broadcast the match. DirecTV Sports. Also, you can follow minute-by-minute on the DT El Comercio website.
Where to watch Colombia VS. UK, Online
You need to create a DSports account to watch online transmission of Colombia vs England match.
Colombia qualified for the quarter-finals of the Women’s World Cup after defeating Jamaica 1-0.
This is the first time Colombia have progressed to the third round of a major women’s football tournament and they now face England, the favorites to lift the trophy, this coming Saturday.
Catalina Usme scored in the 51st minute after receiving a cross from youngster Ana Maria Guzmán.
The goal caused an explosion of joy in the arena at the Rectangular Stadium in Melbourne, where loyal Colombian supporters once again dominated the arena.
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.
Ramirez, in particular, did not escape a high-intensity fight with defender Santelle Swabi, who was booked for his tough tackle as he tried to stop the Colombian.
The Coffee Makers found it difficult to cope with Jamaica’s physical play and they defended their possessions with strength and some tough play.
Things changed in the second half as left-back Guzmán, making his World Cup debut, sent a high cross to the feet of Usme, who overcame the resistance of Caribbean goalkeeper Rebecca Spencer.
“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.
“When the ball hit the net all the emotions came to my head.”
Colombia maintained control and went back in search of a goal that didn’t crystallize in Caicedo’s skillful plays.
The Jamaicans strengthened their presence in the Columbia area, which redoubled their surveillance of Shaw and company to stop their efforts to achieve equality.
The Caribbean’s best chance 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.