#FIFAWWC Warm-Ups: Over 30,000 watch Dutch win

Shanice van de Sanden scored twice as the Netherlands beat Australia 3-0. (PA Images)

Netherlands beat Australia 3-0 in front of a record crowd, Belgium hit six, Norway netted seven and Japan denied Spain victory late on.

Ella van Kerkhoven hit a hat-trick as Belgium beat Thailand 6-1 in Loeven. Tessa Wullaert, Janice Cayman and Yana Daniels added a goal apiece before Kanjana Sungngoen got a stoppage-time consolation.

The Netherlands had a record crowd of 30,640 for the visit of Australia to Eindhoven. They were rewarded with a 3-0 win as Shanice van de Sanden scored on half time and doubled her tally in the second half, after Vivianne Miedema had made it 2-0 on 50 minutes. One down side for the Dutch was a fracture suffered by Kika Van Es.

Spain led Japan for an hour in Le Touquet, France, following a Jennifer Hermoso penalty by but Marca Sugasawa equalised 5 minutes from time.

Norway thrashed South Africa 7-2 in Amiens, France, with Isabell Herlovsen scoring three times in a 31-minute spell straddling the interval. Vilde Rise and two goals in as many minutes by Lisa-Marie Utland had made it 3-0, Emilie Nautnes got a late goal for Norway, with Kholosa Biyana and Amanda Mthandi netting in the second half for Banyama Banyama.

One friendly remains, with Wales welcoming New Zealand to Leckwith Stadium, Cardiff, for a 7pm kick off on Tuesday 4 June. The game is live on BBC Red Button and BBC Sport website.

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