In the match against the Netherlands, coach Martine Voss-Tecklenburg left the team as an outsider. Dutch women are after all the ruling European champions. Women's football in the Netherlands provides a lot of stadiums – 25,000 spectators saw the game. Stadium in Utrecht was sold in half an hour.
Every less than 49 minutes, the Swiss fight at best and prevented good organization and a bit of luck. Then the European champion hit ice cold. Sherida Spitse, a key player in the middle half, hosts Liecke Martens (71), World Player of the Year 2017, and Vivianne Miedema (79), achieved a calming pillow on Tuesday in Schaffhausen,
Even if the victory of a marvelous favorite would have been greatly deserved, the Swiss were probably upset about the amount of the mortgage, but the first two goals were not required. Goalkeeper Gaelle Thalmann looked bad on the score 0: 1, but was caught by Spitses's free kick from a good 20 meters in the top corner. And with Mertens at 0: 2 it was a very simple mistake in selecting SFV in the structure of the game that is ahead of us. Geraldine Reuteler could not stand up for the first time in a match and lost the ball, which found the way to Martens through Shanice van de Sanden.
Video: Other Gateways of Dutch Women
She must only enter: Martens secures 2: 0 for the Netherlands. (Video: SRF)
The Swiss counter-attack rejects: Miedema 3: 0. (Video: SRF)
Dutch women have not fired the expected offensive fireworks from the very beginning, but SFV's choice had to meet in the fifth minute. After a cross from Jackie Groenen the ball slapped from the chest Martens to the crossbar. After that, Switzerland continued to be surprisingly good, until half an hour play on the superiority of the hosts did not lead to further chances. However, the last attempts remained too inaccurate or Swiss were clarified in difficult needs.
Despite SFV selection for a long time defending itself to defensive, they were insignificantly left to attack. Missing Captain Lara Dickenmann (cruciate ligament tears) and Ramona Bachmann locked up heavily. Due to the lack of alternatives – Malin Gut and Viola Calligaris have disappeared hurt – Voss-Tecklenburg began an offensive on a teenage troika. Reuteler, Alisha Lehman and Rahel Tschopp together in the European Championship at the age of 19 in their country, have now faced a different caliber: the ruling European champion at the sold stadium.
While Reuteler and Lehman barely had a good scene and lost a lot of duels, the debut Tschopp made a positive appearance. The 18-year-old from Lucerne FC was not impressed by the set design, and the opponent was too brave, and made his technical abilities repeat over and over again. The attacking player is a promise for the future.
In order to reach the second World Cup qualification after 2015, Swiss fans need a football wonder on Tuesday in a second game in Schaffhausen. Although Bachmann and probably Calligaris and Gut are returning to the team, a mortgage from the first leg, but strives to a large extent. At least a sold stadium would earn a team when they left Voss-Tecklenburg, but. As women's football celebrates next to the square, it showed impressive Dutch women in Utrecht. A good 25,000 spectators and a great stadium offered a background worthy of a European champion.
Netherlands – Switzerland 3: 0 (0: 0)
Utrecht. – 25,000 spectators. – SR Larsson (SVE).
tor: 49. Spitse 1: 0. 70. Martens 2: 0. 79. Miedema 3: 0.
Netherlands: Geurts; Van Lunteren, Dekker, Bloodvorth, Van Es; Spitse; Groenen (59th Roord), Van de Donk; Van de Sanden (72th Beerenstein), Miedema, Martens (85th Jansen).
Switzerland: Thalmann; Crnogorcevic, Kivic, Buhler, Maritz; Valti, Bernauer (84th Megroz); Aigbogun, Tschopp (88th Vidmer), Lehmann (72nd Ismaili); Reuteler.
Notes: Netherlands without Van de Gragta (injured), Switzerland without Bachmann (suspended), Calligaris, Dickenmann and Gut (all injured). 5th shooter Martens. Caution: 66. Roord (foul). 77. Ismaili (foul). (Tzi / SDA) is
Created: 09.11.2018, 21:51 timer
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