2022 World Cup Group B Game 3 September 25th

On Sunday, Mali put up quite a fight after finding the tournament tough, but still lost to France 74-59. Any momentum for Serbia from the last game was not carried over in their 69-54 loss to Australia. Earlier results meant that Canada could officially qualify for the quarterfinals with a win and they looked very strong in this game, building a lead early on their way to a 70-54 win over Japan.

https://www.fiba.basketball/womensbasketballworldcup/2022/game/2509/Mali-France#|tab=boxscore
Mali [59]: Kone 18/18r Korouma 11 N’Diaye 8 Coulibaly 8 Dembele 7 Haidara 3/6r Balayera 2 Dabou 2 Gandega 0 Tirera 0 Traore DNP Sangare DNP
France [74]: Williams 14/7r/6a Chartereau 12 Toure 10 Rupert 8 Fauthoux 8 Tadic 8 Badiane 6 Michel 5 Berkani 3 Paget 0 Ciak DNP Chery DNP

https://www.fiba.basketball/womensbasketballworldcup/2022/game/2509/Australia-Serbia#|tab=boxscore
Australia [69]: Allen 16 Tolo 12 Talbot 10 Whitcomb 10 Jackson 9 Magbegor 6 George 4/7r Blicavs 2 Madgen 0 Wallace 0 Garbin DNP Maley DNP
Serbia [54]: Anderson 16/7r/6a Cado 12 Nogic 7 Krajisnik 6 Djordjevic 4 Topuzovic 4 Raca 3 Stankovic 2 Jovanovic 0 Zec 0 Katanic 0 Skoric 0

https://www.fiba.basketball/womensbasketballworldcup/2022/game/2509/Japan-Canada#|tab=boxscore
Japan [54]: Takada 11 Okoye 9 Hirashita 9 Mawuli 6 Akaho 5/6r Tokashiki 5 Yamamoto 5 Miyazaki 4 Todo 2 Yasuma 0 Yoshida 0 Miyazawa 0
Canada [70]: Carleton 19/6r Colley 13/7r Amihere 10/6r Fields 9 Nurse 7 Alexander 6/11r Achonwa 6/8r Hill 0 Konig 0 Gilles DNP Kyei DNP Hanson DNP

Standings:
1. Canada 3-0
2. France 2-1
3. Australia 2-1
4. Serbia 1-2
5. Japan 1-2
6. Mali 0-3

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