30 November 2021
great success at the end of the year
Important victories for Switzerland, Spain and Denmark
Qualification will resume in February 2022
The final qualifying matches for the 2021 FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia and New Zealand 2023™ have been rich in lessons, with more than 200 goals scored, multiple record falls and potentially decisive breakthroughs.
For remembering :
Group ASweden registered a 2-1 win against Finland at the cost of a bang in the last half hour. The winning goal is the work of Lena Hurtig ten minutes from the final whistle. In the process, Sweden left Slovakia no chance (3–0). These two victories involving a draw (1–1), which cleared the debate between the Slovaks and the Irish, now allow them to consider the rest of the competition more calmly. Welcoming Sweden coach Peter Gerhardsson, “It allows us to end 2021 in the best possible way. It was a good year for us. We now have all the cards to look forward to the World Cup”, Welcoming Sweden coach Peter Gerhardsson. Best – FIFA Women’s Football Coach.
For their part, the Republic of Ireland bowled the powder against Georgia (11–0). The Irish are now in second place with seven units.
Group BThe top game between Spain and Scotland promised a lot. Pedro Martínez Llosa’s Scotland were still undefeated as they neared the meeting, thanks to Abi Harrison’s winning goal against Ukraine within minutes. At the same time, the Spaniards made no extension against the Faroe Islands (12–0). Scotland’s last visit to Spain lost in the play-offs for UEFA Euro Women’s 2013 and the British missed their point once again. 22nd in the FIFA/Coca-Cola Women’s World Rankings was a massive 8–0 lead.
Group CThe Czech Republic, of course, does not succeed in the Netherlands, the vice-world champions. Like in the first leg of September, in November also both the teams could not decide among themselves. Held 1–1 in Groningen, the Dutch had to settle for a new draw (2–2) at Ostrava. By Stephanie van der Gragt, the visitors also had to wait extra time (90′ + 3) to snatch the draw.
Iceland, which has a late game, took advantage of the leader’s misstep to come close thanks to a final (4-0) win over Cyprus. The Scandinavians have nine points from four matches, two lengths behind. orange lioness, in which there is another game.
group dThe English won the group poster against Austria narrowly (1–0) in Sunderland. Elle White celebrates her 100th selection with Lioness Signing the only goal of the game in the 39th minute. Irene said, “Loss is a defeat, but I’m very proud of my players. They stayed together and they perfected or nearly perfected our strategy. There are so many positive things to take away from this daring performance.” Fuhrmann, coach of Austria.
A few days later, his team dominated Luxembourg (8–0), while England beat Latvia 20–0. Sarina Wigman’s players posted the biggest win in their history, while White broke the England team’s goal record set by Kelly Smith. Meanwhile, Northern Ireland has recorded two solid successes. Days after Kenny Shiels’ charges recorded the biggest success in their history (11–0) in Skopje against the same opponent, they beat North Macedonia 9–0 in Seaview.
Group EAbsent from the 2011, 2015 and 2019 editions, Denmark hopes to return to the final in 2023. For their first outing in November, the Danes won against Bosnia-Herzegovina 3–0 in Zenica, thus bringing their counters to 15 units. , They then faced Russia, who were still undefeated since their initial start. The game turned to the advantage of players from Lars Sondergaard, who won 3–1 to take another step towards Australia and New Zealand.
Group F19-0 is the score at which Belgium sent their Armenian opponents to the locker room. NS red flames Celebrated the biggest victory in their history, surpassing the 12–0 success achieved against Moldova in September 2017. This spectacular coup will undoubtedly help Norway forget the massive loss (4-0) suffered in the latest month. Belgium confirmed its recovery against Poland. Tyne de Cagney (2), Hannah Urlings and Janice Kayman found the net in turn wins (4-0). Meanwhile, Norway continued their winning streak at the expense of Albania (7–0). The match against Armenia was interrupted in the 71st minute as the Scandinavians took a 9–0 lead due to weather conditions. The game will resume from December 1.
Group GSwitzerland continues to advance in these qualifications. NS Birth Signed their most important victory since the start of the preliminary competition: their success (2–1) against Italy could be overwhelming at the time of the final scoring. Before this match both the teams had won everything. The Swiss then consolidated their first position by defeating Lithuania (7–0). Italy, however, have not spoken their last word, as evidenced by their (5-0) loss to Romania.
Group HGermany continues to fly over the debate in this group. For my last outing of the year at home, National team Particularly thanks to a hat-trick from Lee Schouler (10′, 11′, 67′) beat Turkey 8-0. In the end, the Germans traveled to Faro to face Portugal, their most dangerous rival on paper. A victorious 3-1, team coached by Martina Vos-Tecklenburg enters winter break with five lengths from their first chaser.
Group ISix different scorers and fifth win in five matches: the French were smiling at the end of the match against Kazakhstan. “We wanted three points, now it’s done. The scenario of the match allowed us to turn on the workforce quickly and offer Grijs Mbock ten minutes of play”, coach Corinne Deacon commented at the end of the game. . The Olympic defender Lyonnais returned to the French team after a long absence due to injury. Some time ago Greece’s winners clashed with Wales Blue The goal was to consolidate his first position. The mission was successfully accomplished, thanks to two achievements signed Kadidiatou Diani and Selma Bacha.
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