UP Kyah Simon scored for Australia in their 1-1 draw against world champions USA on Tuesday evening. Ashley Hatch had opened the scoring for the USA but Simon hit an 88th-minute equaliser to force the draw in the game at Newcastle, Australia. That came four days after the USA had beaten the Matildas 3-0, with Simon playing 45 minutes.
So-Hyun Cho featured for the full game as South Korea won 2-1 against New Zealand last Saturday at the Goyang Stadium. The midfielder delivered an inch perfect cross to Seon-joo Lim from the left side of the box who headed into a gaping net in the 80th minute to seal victory for the hosts.
November’s Barclays FA WSL Player of the Month nominee Ria Percival, meanwhile, earned her 154th cap for the Football Ferns but was unable to prevent her country from defeat in South Korea.
The two sides then met again on Tuesday as preparations continue for the AFC Women’s Asian Cup in January, with New Zealand this time coming out on top with a 2-0 win at the Goyang Stadium thanks to two late goals. Cho played 73 minutes before being substituted while Percival played the entire game.
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OBITUARY – JOHNNIE HILLS
We were saddened to hear of the passing of John ‘Johnnie’ Hills, a defender who spent 11 years at the Club as an amateur and professional between 1950-61. He passed away at home in Brussels, Belgium, on Friday, 26 November, aged 87.
Club historian John Fennelly looks back at what supporters were reading on their way, at half-time and heading home afterwards when NORWICH CITY visited in March 1938.
RIDE FOR UGO
Laurence Gant, Head of Academy Sports Medicine and Science, is set to take part in a five-day charity cycle in memory of his friend, and our former Under-23s coach Ugo Ehiogu.
BIG WIN OVER EVERTON
GAME ZERO ACHIEVES NET ZERO CARBON STATUS
Sky this week published a case study revealing that Game Zero, our Premier League match against Chelsea here in September, achieved net zero carbon emissions.
LIVING IN THE MOMENT
Exclusive interview with our young midfielder OLIVER SKIPP, now an established member of our first team and also a familiar face to today’s opponents, who is enjoying every moment in the Premier League spotlight.
MEET OUR FIRST-YEAR UNDER-18S PLAYERS
TOUGH DAY AGAINST COTTAGERS
Looking back at Spurs hat-tricks scored against tonight’s opposition.
WHERE ARE THEY NOW ?
A creative midfielder who was full of heart and desire, LEWIS HOLTBY made his Spurs debut against this afternoon’s opposition back in January 2013 and went on to make 42 appearances in our colours, scoring three goals. We caught up with the Germany international to discuss his time at the Club and find out what he is up to now…