There were plenty more internationals yesterday, featuring victory for Brazil over Germany and a six-goal thriller between Sweden and Norway.
Brazil won 2-1 in Germany, Tamires and Ary Borges netting in the first half, Jule Brand pulling one back in added time.
Sweden overturned a Norway lead in the dying minutes, only to conceded a stoppage-time equaliser. Sweden led through Fridolina Rolfö, Frida Maanum and Karina Sævik then turned the game round, Nathalie Björn and Olivia Schough switched the score back in the Swedes’ favour late on but Arsenal’s Maanum forced a draw in the 96th minute.
Belgium’s Tessa Wullaert scored two second-half goals when held 2-2 at home by Slovenia, whose Kaja Korosec had opened the scoring with Zara Kramzar netting an 89th-minute leveller.
Netherlands fought back from conceding a goal by Poland’s Weronika Zawistowska, as Malgorzata Grec’s own-goal was followed up with one apiece from Lineth Beerensteyn, Lieke Martens and Jill Roord for a 4-1 victory.
Italy beat Colombia 2-1 after a late exchange of goals, Valentina Giacinti’s opener eventually cancelled out by Catalina Usme before an own-goal from Monica Ramos.
Nigeria were 3-0 winners over New Zealand, with a goal apiece from Onome Ebi, Onyi Echegini and Desire Oparanozie.
Spain defeated China by the same score, Teresa Abelleira, Athenea del Castillo and Alba Redondo with the goals.
Denmark edged Japan 1-0 as Moeka Minami put through her own goal a dozen minutes from time.
After a goalless first half, Grace Geyoro and Lea Le Garrec gave France a two-goal lead over Canada, Jordyn Huitema halving the deficit in the 71st-minute.
Brighton’s Lee Geum-min hit a hat-trick including two penalties and Park Eun-sun a brace, as South Korea beat Zambia 5-0.
Austria beat Czech Republic 2-0 with second-half goals by Marie-Therese Höbinger and Katharina Elisa Naschenweng.
Iceland led in Switzerland through Glódís Viggósdóttir, Seraina Piubel levelled but Sveindís Jane Jónsdóttir restored the advantage with what turned out to be the winner.
Azerbaijan 0-0 Türkiye
Hungary 2-0 Israel
Estonia 0-1 Ukraine
Ghana 1-0 Senegal
Romania 1-0 Morocco
Algeria 3-0 Tanzania
Paraguay 2-1 Ecuador