On the bill: Germany-Spain
The German ogre, the eight-time Euro winner, faces a Spanish selection without a record: on paper this Tuesday’s meeting in Group B may seem preordained. And yet… The roja, 7E In the International Football Federation (FIFA) classification, the nation is one of the competition’s outsiders. After reaching the quarter-finals of Euro 2017 and the round of 16 of the 2019 World Cup, Jorge Wilda’s players (in office since 2015) are eager to win their first national trophy.
After easily defeating a weak Finnish selection for their first match on Friday, July 8 (4-1), the Spaniards will have to fight back. Women’s team On the feet, their aggressive attacks however made martyrs of a solid Danish team (4-0). Led by Barcelona’s Irene Paredes RojaStrong in the technique of her midfield, they can be as lethal as they are strong, with the Germans generally pressing hard.
The winners of this meeting at London’s Brentford Community Stadium at 9pm will top Group B, crucial to qualify for the quarter-finals.
Earlier (6pm), Denmark, shaky after a heavy defeat against Germany, will try to open up their points and goals against a more accessible Finland team.
Euro star: Pernille Harder
“We looked nervous and our passes weren’t on target. It didn’t work for us”. Observations made by Harder in Perncaptain and regular scorer of the Danish selection, there was no appeal at the end of the heavy defeat against Germany (4-0), Friday, July 8. Isolated at the front of his team, the German defense at face value, Chelsea’s center forward was in great pain at the entrance to the Euros.
But vice Ballon d’Or 2018 is not the type to disappoint. An ill-fated finalist of the 2017 European Championship (the Netherlands won by 2 goals), the 29-year-old striker, after imposing herself at every club she passed through, will be looking to confirm her status with a first international win. Title.
A win against this Tuesday is essential for thisHelmets Finnish. Pernille Harder will have an extra incentive for this match: if her team qualifies for the final, she will have the chance to face her teammate in Chelsea in the semi-finals, along with her life partner, Swede Magdalena Eriksson.
In Skylight: The Swiss stand still
Sie wurden mit Magendarm-Symptomen vom Team isoliert They are isolated from the team due to digestive symptoms… https://t.co/utkoidGQAG
Switzerland continues its string of disappointments. Nils Nielsen’s players, who operate on the outskirts of Leeds, switched training camp on Wednesday July 6, with the first considered below professional standards. Three days later, the opening match Natty It ended in a draw against Portugal (2-2), which will make it difficult to qualify for the quarter-finals, as the two remaining opponents are Sweden and the Netherlands, two big teams.
Finally, since Sunday, Helvetii has been hit by an epidemic. “Eight national team players and eleven staff members were sidelined from the team between Sunday and Monday due to gastrointestinal symptoms”, The Swiss Football Association announced on Monday. Monday’s training session and a press conference scheduled two days before the Ax match against Sweden were cancelled.
Corner of the Blue Sky: France-Italy, the spectators followed him
Les Bleus have won everything going into Sunday evening’s match, dominating Italy (5-1). According to Médiamétrie, Grace Gioro’s first-half hat-trick was watched by 4.44 million viewers on TF1 (almost a quarter of the audience share) and 514,000 on Canal+, making this a successful first match for Corinne Deacon’s men. Pitch.
To prepare for the match against Belgium on July 14, a national holiday, the French women returned to their base camp in Ashby-de-la-Souch (near Leicester) before setting fire to the New York Stadium in Rotherham, England. , and television screens in France.
Volleyball: Lina Magul talks about the minimum wage
“We footballers have to earn enough from the second division so nobody has to work on the side. I am talking about a minimum wage of 2,000 to 3,000 euros per month.
If Lina Mughal shines Women’s team Against Denmark on Friday July 8 (one goal and one assist), it was these remarks that excited the German media on Monday. Inn An interview with the press across the Rhine Build, the Bayern Munich midfielder supported the introduction of a minimum wage in Germany’s professional women’s soccer leagues. The statements were widely welcomed and taken up by the media in Germany, along with the continued growth of women’s football worldwide.
In retrospect: England have already qualified, Northern Ireland are out
The second matches of the Euro 2022 group stage will be played in England on Monday evening, July 11. The host nation did not detail as they crushed Norway 8 goals to 0! With 6 points, taking into account Austria’s victory over Northern Ireland a while ago (2-0), the Lions have already secured qualification to the quarter-finals and first place in the group.
England’s opener in a narrow win over Austria (1-0) left everyone a little unhappy, but on Monday night they scored six goals from their first eight shots, a record twenty-four hours. France with five gains in 45 minutes. The win took the Lions’ unbeaten run to sixteen, their record since Zarina Wigman came on the bench, with 92 goals scored and 3 conceded in the period.
In this Group A, Ireland are already out of the quarter-final match with 0 points from two games.
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