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Matildas of Australia Qualify for Paris Olympics

Matildas of Australia Qualify for Paris Olympics
Sean Young    , ,   -

Matildas of Australia Qualify for Paris Olympics

Last updated on March 2nd, 2024 at 12:23 am

The Matildas of Australia qualified for the Paris Summer Olympics. Australia’s Women’s Soccer Team demolished Uzbekistan, 10-0. Also, Michelle Heyman proved she belongs to the national squad. Many assumed her international career was over when she turned 35 years old. Heyman was a replacement for Sam Kerr, who suffered an ACL injury.

According to bookie PPH experts, playmaker Heyman has not played for the Matildas in six years. She is expected to start for Australia in the Olympics and play a vital role in their gold hopes.

In Wednesday night’s game, Heyman was rested for the second half after scoring a triple trick in only 15 minutes and adding a fourth goal in stoppage time during the first half.

The Matildas have a shot of bettering their record-setting performance at the 2023 World Cup now that they have a spot reserved for the following July and August Olympics in Paris.

Australia almost missed a podium finish at their home event, losing to Sweden. It was reminiscent of their 2021 Olympic campaign in Tokyo when they were defeated 1-0 in the semifinals by the United States of America and ultimately lost in a bronze medal play-off.

Matildas of Australia Heading to Paris in Summer

Matildas of Australia Qualify for Paris OlympicsSteph Catley, captain, expressed frustration at the team’s fourth-place result during the pregame news conference. Catley is not entirely out of her mind. Wednesday’s lineup includes 31-year-olds Catley and Gorry, 35-year-old Heyman, and 30-year-old Emily Van Egmond.

The Matildas have officially made Melbourne their hunting ground. No one will soon forget their 4-0 come-from-behind victory over Canada at the World Cup, but Wednesday at Docklands, they had already doubled that goal by halftime against Uzbekistan.

The 10-0 score on Wednesday was even more surprising than the 3-0 triumph in the first qualifying match in Tashkent. However, the 54,120-strong local audience, who had only seen their favorite national team once throughout the World Cup, enthusiastically welcomed it.

Even though it was a sweltering 39 degrees outside, supporters nonetheless made their way to Southern Cross on trains, where they studied up on the off-side rule. Most people focusing on a single sport to wager choose soccer because it is available throughout the year.

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