China’s Steel R上海419论坛女神会所oses got off the mark at the FIFA Women’s World Cup on Thursday, shooting d
own their critics and rumors of a rift between head coach Jia Xiuquan and star player Wang Shuang in the process.
In a dominant display that lacked only for more goals, a first-half volley from striker
Li Ying proved enough to earn the points against South Africa at Parc des Princes in Paris.
The 1-0 win leaves China third in Group B, level on points with secon
d-place Spain to set up a mouthwatering showdown between the two teams on Mo
nday (Tuesday morning Beijing time), when a spot in the knockout stage will be up for grabs.
Wang’s omission from the starting XI (she was eventually introduc
ed after the interval) in the opening 1-0 loss to Germany had raised eyebrows and sp
arked speculation on social media that the Paris Saint-Germain star had somehow fallen out with coach Jia.