The 2017 Cyprus Cup is in full swing. Day 3 of the tournament finished with Switzerland and South Korea earning places in the final. For squad lists and schedule, check out our Cyprus Cup guide.
Italy 0–6 Switzerland
All Switzerland in this one. Fabienne Humm opened the scoring in the 6th minute. Géraldine Reuteler netted a brace (22′, 50′) while Lia Wälti added one in the 32nd minute. Ana-Maria Crnogorčević added a brace in the final stages of the game (82′, 84′ pk).
North Korea 4–1 Belgium
North Korea booked its ticket into the match for third place with the win, finishing second in Group A. It was a lackluster showing from a Belgium team that opened the tournament with a 2-2 draw with Group A champion Switzerland.
Austria 1–3 Scotland
Jane Ross, Leanne Ross, and Lisa Evans all scored to help put Scotland into the fifth-place match against Wales. Austria made it interesting in the 65th when it equalized off a Nicole Nilla goal, her second on the tournament.
New Zealand 0–2 South Korea
New Zealand finished an underwhelming tournament, leaving Cyprus with zero wins and a -6 in goal differential South Korea topped Group B with the win and faces Switzerland in the final.
Ireland 1–0 Wales
Katie McCabe’s goal in the 20th minute was the difference and dashed Wales’ hopes of a final appearance. Ireland tops Group C but goal differential puts them in the match for third place.
Czech Republic 1–2 Hungary
Both teams scored their first goals of the tournament in this one.