VfL The 12 women footballers from Wolfsburg are in the World Cup qualifiers with their national team, which is the best performance Jill Rudd has ever had. VfL striker scores three times in Dutch women’s 8: 0 in Cyprus! “Of course I am very happy with the victory and my three goals, but it is definitely very difficult to play football against a country like that,” Roord told NOS. “You’re just standing in the back, there’s some space. In that sense it was a disturbing game. In addition to Rudd, Dominic Johnson (starting eleven), Joel Smiths and Shanis van de Sanden (both substitutes) were joined by two other VFlers. Definitely hope you get a chance to play. You know that you have an extra chance to score against a small opponent. I’m glad it worked, “she said later.
The crucial points will continue to be played against Belarus on Tuesday (6.30pm). In Group C, the Dutch continue to dominate with seven points from three games ahead of the Czech Republic (four points).
Swawa with two assists
Wiflerin Sophie Swava is unbeaten with Denmark in Group E after the third match. The 21-year-old fullback scored two goals in the 8-0 win over Bosnia and Herzegovina. Denmark will face Montenegro on Tuesday (6pm).
Rebecca Blomquist had to watch Sweden 1-0 against Ireland and it was not used. In Group A, the Olympic runner-up is unbeaten after three matches and the next task awaits Tuesday (8:05 pm) with Scotland.
The German team struggled to win 1-0 in Israel on Thursday. She warns: “We did not always make the right decisions, either holding the ball too long or playing the wrong player. We found it more difficult. “Israel” defended enthusiastically, and it needs to be recognized. However, we expect more from ourselves. “The trip to Israel was not just about football, so the DFB-Elf visited the Yad Washem Memorial and took a tour of Jerusalem.
The second quarter starts next Tuesday (from 4:05 pm) in Essen.
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