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Women’s World Cup 2023 top plays: New Zealand vs. Norway

The 2023 Women’s World Cup is here!

First, Group A takes center stage on Thursday (3:00AM ET on FOX and the FOX Sports app), as hosts New Zealand take on Norway at Auckland’s Eden Park Stadium in front of a crowd of more than 40,000.

New Zealand has 10 first-time World Cup players and is captained by angel city Star Ali ReillyAfter failing to qualify from the group stage at the last World Cup (2019), they are aiming to get off to a good start.

Norway are also looking to get off to a hot start after reaching the quarter-finals in 2019.captain and star striker Ida HegbergThe former Women’s Ballon d’Or winner and contender for this year’s Golden Boot is back after an absence in 2019.

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New Zealand have participated in five World Cups, including the last four, but have yet to win a match at the tournament. “Hopefully this time around we can achieve our goal of winning a World Cup game and do it at home and it’s going to be the greatest game of my career,” Riley added.

Norway, on the other hand, have progressed from the group stage in seven of their previous eight World Cup appearances. What’s more, Norway is one of seven teams to have participated in every World Cup since the first in 1991, and is one of only four countries to have won the World Cup in history, having won it once in 1995.

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