Four-nation tournament: DFB women are defeated by Canada in EM endurance test

Four-nation tournament: DFB women are defeated by Canada in EM endurance test

Status: 02/21/2022 at 12:26 PM

In the second game of the Arnold Clark Cup at the start of the European Championship year, DFB Women suffered their first defeat on Sunday (February 20, 2022). Olympic champion Canada was very strong.

German football players lost to Canada in the European Championship test tournament in England. National coach Martina Vos-Tecklenburg’s team lost somewhat inadvertently with a 0:1 (0:1) draw at Norwich in a duel between the 2016 and 2021 Olympic champions.

in front of only 200 spectators cairo road Stadion met Vanessa Giles (7th minute) for Tokyo gold medalists against a passionate but vulnerable German national team. It was the German team’s first defeat since a 1-0 loss to France last April.

The revived DFB selection, which had already been to do without 14 European Championship candidates in the Arnold Clark Cup due to coronavirus or injury, began with a vastly different starting eleven compared to a 1–1 victory against Spain. So Ann-Katrin Berger was in goal instead of regular keeper Merle Froomes (Eintracht Frankfurt). from 31 years old Chelsea FC And the front got caught in the cold in wind and rain a few minutes later when Giles went 1-0 from a corner.

Voss-Tecklenburg spins

VfL Wolfsburg’s defense boss Lena Oberdorff had to watch the game from the stands due to a minor knee problem. Voss-Tecklenburg was changed to seven positions. His players therefore initially showed major coordination problems and multiple ball losses. They were unlucky when a shot from FC Bayern captain Lena Magal was intercepted by goalie Giles, but there was no penalty (20′).

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Half an hour later, Hoffenheim’s Joule Brand and Munich’s Klara Buhl’s attack came into play. Canada keeper Kellen Sheridan was wary of a dangerous flick from Buhl (41′).

finish against england

After the break, FC Bayern goalkeeper Lee Schuler, who scored his 24th goal in 35 internationals against Spain, came in. Goalkeeper Berger was lucky when he pushed attacker Nickel Prince to the ground, but it was of no consequence (52′). Otherwise, the German team recorded much higher game shares than in the first round, but remained without luck in the end.

In the third and final game, the DFB Women meet hosts England in Wolverhampton on Wednesday (8.30 pm). The Test tournament is also considered an important venue in England for the European Championships in July.

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