Switzerland beats the Philippines in their first World Cup game.

Late in the first half, Ramona Bachman scored from the penalty spot to give the Swiss the lead. In the 64th minute, Seraina Piubel scored from close range to make it 2-0.

After a good start for the Philippines, Katrina Guillou found the back of the net after 16 minutes and thought she had scored her country’s first World Cup goal. However, it was quickly called out because she was offside.

With this win, Switzerland is now in first place in Group A, ahead of co-hosts New Zealand because they have scored more goals.

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The Philippines, who were playing in either the men’s or women’s World Cup for the first time, got off to a good start by moving forward and making it hard for Switzerland to keep the ball.

But after Guillou’s goal was called back, the Swiss got into the game and put the Philippines on the back foot by missing close-range chances by Geraldine Reuteler and Ana-Maria Crnogorcevic.

After a review by the video assistant referee, Inka Grings’ team was finally given a penalty for a late charge by Jessika Cowart, who missed her clearance and kicked Coumba Sow in the ankles.

Forward for Paris St. Germain Just before halftime, Bachmann carefully put the ball into the bottom left corner, past a still Olivia McDaniel, to give her team the lead.

Switzerland dominated the second half, and after Crnogorcevic and Sow both had shots saved by McDaniel, the ball ended up in Piubel’s path, and he was able to tap it in easily.

Even though Alen Stajcic’s team tried hard and McDaniel ran into the Swiss box, they were not able to score their first World Cup goal.

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