Highlights & Results: NWSL players on international duty
Brynjarsdóttir scores twice in Iceland's upset of Germany

It may be the NWSL offseason, but there’s plenty of international duty for many NWSL players this week. Here’s a quick at look at the highlights and results from the latest round of international games.

October 24: Brazil 2 China 2 (2017 Yongchuan Four Nations Tournament)

Marta scored on a penalty kick for her fourth goal of the Four Nations Tournament as Brazil and China tied 2-2 in the final game. Brazil won the tournament with a 2-0-1 record. Four NWSL players were on Brazil’s roster for the tournament: Marta (Orlando Pride) and AndressinhaBruna Benites and Poliana of the Houston Dash.


October 24: Mexico 0 Korea DPR 1 (2017 Yongchuan Four Nations Tournament)

Mexico fell in their final game of the Four Nations Tournament, a 1-0 loss to Korea DPR. Reign forward Katie Johnson started for Mexico in the game.

October 24: Ireland 2 Slovakia 0 (2019 World Cup Qualifying)

Courage midfielder Denise O’Sullivan scored as Ireland won their World Cup qualifier 2-0 over Slovakia.

October 24: Wales 0 Russia 0 (2019 World Cup Qualifying)

Jess Fishlock (Reign FC) and Wales played to a 0-0 with Russia in World Cup Qualifying.

October 24: Iceland 1 Czech Republic 1 (2019 World Cup Qualifying)

Dagný Brynjarsdóttir scored as Iceland tied the Czech Republic 1-1 in their World Cup Qualifier.

October 24: Scotland 5 Albania 0 (2019 World Cup Qualifying)

Seattle Reign FC defender Rachel Corsie captained Scotland as they beat Albania to pick up another three points in World Cup Qualifying.






October 22: Japan 2 Switzerland 0 (Friendly)

Seattle Reign FC midfielder Rumi Utsugi and Japan topped Switzerland 2-0 on a friendly on Sunday.

October 22: South Africa 4 Brukina Faso (Friendly)

Dash defender Janine Van Wyk captained her side as South Africa won their friendly vs. Brukina Faso 4-0.

October 21 : Brazil 2 Korea DPR 0 (2017 Yongchuan Four Nations Tournament)

Marta scored both goals and Andressinha added an assist as Brazil won their second game of the Four Nations Tournament.


October 21: Mexico 2 China 3 (2017 Yongchuan Four Nations Tournament)

Katie Johnson started again for Mexico as they fell 3-2 to China in their second game of the Four Nations Tournament. Bianca Henninger, who was injured in the opening game, did not dress for the match.

October 20: Iceland 3 Germany 2 (2019 World Cup Qualifying)

Portland Thorns FC midfielder Dagný Brynjarsdóttir scored in the 15th and 58th as Iceland upset Germany 3-2 in a World Cup Qualifier. It’s Germany’s first World Cup qualifying loss since 1998.

October 19: Scotland 2 Belarus 1 (2019 World Cup Qualifying)

With Seattle Reign FC defender Rachel Corsie captaining the squad, Scotland won their World Cup Qualifier vs. Belarus by a score of 2-1. It’s the opening game of their road to France 2019. Match Report


October 19: Brazil 3 Mexico 0 (2017 Yongchuan Four Nations Tournament)

Orlando Pride forward Marta scored a goal and added an assist as Brazil beat Mexico 3-0 in the opening game of the Four Nations tournament in China. After Marta scored the opening goal of the game in the 54th minute, Houston Dash defender Bruna Benites headed in a Marta free kick to make it 2-0 in the 59th.

Dash goalkeeper Bianca Henninger started in goal for Mexico, but left due to injury in the 55th minute. Match report

Houston’s Poliana and Andressinha started for Brazil in the game. Seattle Reign FC forward Katie Johnson started for Mexico.




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