VFL Wolfsburg footballers have another German national player: Pia-Sophie Walter made her debut in the 3-1 victory of the German national team in the European Championship qualifier against Ireland on Tuesday evening. They arrived in the 62nd minute for club colleague Kathryn Hendrich. Daddy, 23, drew with Thomas Walter – a former Bundesliga professional who completed an international in 1992. Also used by VfLers Lena Oberdorf and Svenja Hooth.
DFB-Elf, with eight wins from eight matches, and national coach Martina Vos-Teklenberg scored 46 goals, the first and only goal against Ireland.
Fridolina Rolfe and VFL newcomer Rebecca Blomkvist, who allowed themselves to be called Wolfsburg from December 1, faced Sweden 6-1 at the same time in a 6-1 victory over Slovakia, with both Wiflers contributing to each goal from the start.
Shortly afterwards, the Dutch women beat Kosovo 6-0. Not used by Dominic Jansen, future Wolfsburg Joel Smiths (Moves to VFL next summer) Played the second half, Shane van de Sanden came into the game in the 63rd minute.
However, the VfLers have no more time to relax: VfL will start their next competitive game on Sunday. Coach Stephen Lerch’s team welcomes MSV Duisburg to the 16th DFB Cup Round at the OK Stadium (2pm). Wolf-TV broadcasts the game live on YouTube, with Captain Alexandra Pope currently out of action due to a capsule rupture in his leg, acting as co-commentator.
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