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Norway without a chance: England women with a record quarter-final score

Norway without a chance: England women with a record quarter-final score

Norway without a chance
England Women’s Quarter-Final Record Score

The English women’s football team in the European Championship quarter-finals, and how. The British outperformed Norway and scored goal after goal. In the end, a new record was set at 8:0. Better watched, the DFB women could be rivals for goal-hungry opponents in the quarter-finals.

With the highest win in European Championship history, English footballers stormed into the quarter-finals early. The Lionesses of the national team coach Sarina Wegmann outperformed former world champion Norway 8-0 (6-0) and boosted their title ambitions impressively. On Friday, the hosts can crown their strongman group stage against the outsiders from Northern Ireland.

In the quarter-finals, England is a potential opponent for the German national team – provided they finish Group B in second place. The DFB selection duel against Spain on Tuesday (9pm) is of great significance.

England did not give Norway a chance on Monday. Georgia Stanway (12th) with a converted penalty, Lauren Hemp (16th, according to video evidence), Ellen White (29th, 41) and Beth Mead (34th, 38th) provided clear terms before the break. For comparison: England’s highest European Championship win so far was 6-0 against Scotland in 2017, and five years later Alicia Russo (66th) and Meade (81st) set the record for the second round.

Austria and Norway in a direct duel

Austria benefited from the clear English win, and climbed to second place in the group. National coach Eren Foreman’s side had previously beaten the newcomer 2-0 (1-0) at the European Championships in Northern Ireland and are now ahead of Norway on a better goal difference. On Friday (9 pm), the two teams will compete for the second quarter-final ticket.

Katharina Schechtel (19), who plays Werder Bremen, gave the favorite Austrians the lead. Shortly before the end of the match, Katharina Nashinweng (88th), active in TSG Hoffenheim in the Bundesliga, increased after a strong solo performance.

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