“An 8-0 should never happen,” laments Norwegian Ada Hegerberg
Norway striker Ada Hegerberg after the 8-0 loss to England:
“We shouldn’t be making excuses, to be honest. We have to accept this defeat. We have a third game ahead of us against Austria. Obviously it’s going to be a tough night tonight, tomorrow also maybe … An 8-0 should never happen, but there is still one game left. We had the ambition to qualify, we are still alive in this group, we will have to show pride. head and restore that coat of arms.”
07/11 at 22:53
90+3′ – END OF THE MATCH AND A HISTORIC VICTORY FOR ENGLAND AGAINST NORWAY, 8-0!
The English offer themselves the biggest victory ever recorded during a Euro, men’s and women’s, and a qualification for the quarter-finals. An 8-0 victory notably marked by the hat-trick of Beth Mead.
07/11 at 22:41
82′ – And 8-0 for the English, the hat-trick for Mead!
The Arsenal striker continues her show and offers herself a hat-trick by taking a long strike from Keira Walsh blocked by Thorisdottir, which she follows well and pushes in, 8-0.
07/11 at 22:26
66′ – 7-0 for England with a fine header from Russo, just entered!
The nightmare continues for the Norwegians, who concede a goal from a player who has just entered: Alessia Russo. On a lobbed cross from Lucy Bronze, the Manchester United striker headed in perfectly and sealed the 7-0.
07/11 at 21:51
45+2′ End of this first period, a one-way match for England, 6-0
The English lead logically 6-0 at the break, having been the only team to get chances, while Norway seem to have never entered their match as the team is lost.
By the way, the Lionesses set themselves a record: that of the greatest number of goals scored in one period during a Women’s Euro match. They also equal the record for the number of goals scored in a match in the competition, having played only 45 minutes.
07/11 at 21:43
40′ – 6-0, a double for Ellen White!
It continues for the English who continue to chain the goals. Number 10 Francesca Kirby projects very quickly between the Norwegian lines and sends a cross that runs along the line. At the far post, Ellen White cuts the trajectory and signs (already) the 6-0.
07/11 at 21:40
38′ – 5-0, the English break the record for Les Bleues!
An exceptional solo number from Hemp who dribbled past three players in the area before sliding the ball past the Norwegian goalkeeper. It’s 5-0 in 38 minutes, better than Les Bleues and their 5-0 in 39 minutes yesterday.
07/11 at 21:36
34′ – 4-0 IN 34 MINUTES! Better than Les Bleues last night!
It turned into a correction for the Norwegians, who conceded a fourth goal in 34 minutes, on a very fine cross from Hemp for Mead’s header in the area, 4-0.
07/11 at 21:31
29′ – And 3-0 for England!
Pressing the Norwegian raises, Ellen White manages to recover a ball in the feet of the defense and goes alone to the goal, 3-0.
07/11 at 21:19
16′ – And already 2-0 for England, who break thanks to Hemp!
On a goal first refused for offside then finally checked at the VAR and accepted, Hemp manages to cut at the far post by attempting a madjer which passes on the wrong side of the leg and allows the Lionesses to lead 2-0 against the Norway.
07/11 at 21:14
12′ – Penalty for England after a dubious collision, 1-0!
Ellen White falls in the area after being hooked by a Norwegian defender, and the referee immediately whistles the penalty without checking the VAR. Georgia Stanway grabs the ball and shoots perfectly under the bar, 1-0.
07/11 at 20:12
The compositions of this England-Norway clash
Only one change for England, Wiegman renews his confidence in the team which won 1-0 against Austria in the opening match.
For his part, Norway coach Even Pellerud made several changes to put the team in the spotlight, after an easy 4-1 victory against Northern Ireland in the first group match.
07/11 at 19:56
90+4′ – End of the match and a fine 2-0 victory for Austria against Northern Ireland
After a defeat in the opening match against England, Austria made up for it and signed a logical 2-0 victory against the minnow of this Euro, Northern Ireland.
07/11 at 7:50 PM
87 ‘ – The break finally made by the Austrians, 2-0!
On a very long clearance in midfield, the Austrian side Naschenweng continues with very good control then projects before adjusting the Northern Irish door dropped by the defense. It’s 2-0 for the Austrians, who confirm their good game.
07/11 at 18:52
45′ – Still 1-0 at half-time for Austria-Northern Ireland
Despite numerous attempts, the Austrians did not manage to widen the gap and the referee sends everyone back to the locker room with the score of 1-0.
07/11 at 6:25 PM
Wendie Renard absent from the cleaning of the Bleues
In the aftermath of the 5-1 victory against Italy, the training of the French women’s team begins at the moment at the base camp with a major absentee: Wendie Renard, left in treatment. All holders on Sunday evening, Peyraud-Magnin, Diani, Cascarino, Perisset and Tounkara begin the session with a bike at the edge of the field.
07/11 at 18:23
19 ‘ – The opening of the score of Austria thanks to Schiecht, 1-0!
Clearly dominating the start of the game, Austria ended up opening the scoring thanks to a free kick perfectly taken from the penalty spot by Schiecht, 1-0.
07/11 at 17:15
Austria-Northern Ireland: the compositions
For this first match of the second day, Austria and Northern Ireland open the ball before the clash Norway-England tonight.
07/11 at 15:00
Already 29 goals in this Euro
At the end of the first day, 29 goals were scored in 8 games, which gives an average of 3.63 goals/game since the start of the competition. France is the best attack (5 goals), ahead of Spain, Norway and Germany (4). With her hat-trick, Grace Geyoro is logically the top scorer.
07/11 at 14:56
Switzerland weakened by “gastrointestinal” disorders
The Swiss women’s team canceled its media activities on Monday, two days before facing Sweden at the Euro, “due to gastrointestinal symptoms in eight players and eleven staff members”, said the Federation.
“Training this (Monday) morning and the media point scheduled for this afternoon must be canceled at the last minute due to gastrointestinal symptoms in eight players and eleven staff members”, is it written in a message transmitted to the followers of the Swiss selection.
A training session was originally scheduled for Monday morning in Leeds, with thirty minutes available to the media, before a roundtable with players in the afternoon.
The Swiss were held in check on Saturday by Portugal (2-2) for their entry into the running in group C. They must play their second match on Wednesday (6:00 p.m.) in Sheffield against the Swedes who are among the favorites of the competition.
07/11 at 14:56
Netherlands: Sari Van Veenendaal out of the rest of the competition
Dutch goalkeeper Sari Van Veenendaal, injured against Sweden, has withdrawn from the remainder of Euro 2022 due to a shoulder injury. A real blow for the Dutch team, which lost both its goalkeeper and its captain. The Dutch could also find the Blue in the quarter-finals depending on the results of the two groups.
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07/11 at 7:40
An England-Norway clash in Group A
Five days after a sluggish victory against Austria at the start of “their” Euro (1-0), England welcomes Ada Hegerberg’s Norway to Brighton at 9 p.m., for what constitutes the shock of group A between the two favorite teams to reach the quarter-finals. A few hours earlier, the underdog match pitted Austria against Northern Ireland.
The program for Monday July 11:
6 p.m.: Austria-Northern Ireland (at Southampton)
9 p.m.: England-Norway (at Brighton)
Group A standings:
1. Norway (3 pts, +3)
2. England (3 pts, +1)
3. Austria (0 pts, -1)
4. Northern Ireland (0pt, -3)
07/11 at 7:33
Euro 2022 continues in England, with the second day of the group stage. During the first matches, several teams left a good impression, in particular France, which swept Italy (5-1), but also Germany, eight times European champion, which torpedoed the Danes (4-0 ). Follow all the information related to the competition in this live.
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