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Latvia’s National Women’s Football Team Secures Playoff Spot In The B League

Less than three minutes before the end of regular time, Anna Kristīne Gornela earned a yellow card in the ranks of the Latvian national team.

In another group game, the duel between Andorra and Moldova ended in a 0-0 draw.

In the first subgroup of the C League, Malta took the first place with 16 points and secured a place in the B League, while Latvia finished second with ten points, which was enough to enter the playoffs and continue the fight for entry into the B League. Andorra collected four points, while Moldova got three points.

On Friday, the Latvians beat Andorra 4-0 at home, Olga Ševtsova scoring three goals, while Moldova drew 0-0 at home with Malta in the second game of the group.

The teams will play a two-round tournament until December, after which the winner of the group will get the right to play in the B League in the qualifying stage of the European Championship, while the three best runners-up will fight for such an opportunity in the “play-off” games.

List of candidates for the Latvian women’s football team:

goalkeepers – Enija Anna Vaivode (Visby “P18”, Sweden), Sofja Nesterova (Riga), Alina Sklemenova (Salaspils “Super Nova”);

defenders – Anastasija Ročāne (Sosnovec “Czarni”, Poland), Anna Flakse, Marina Telukeviča, Sofija Gergeležiu (all – “Riga”), Ligita Tumāne (“Spezia”, ​​Italy), Paula Linda Liniņa, Kristīne Evelina Lodziņa (both – ” Metta”), Sandra Voitāne (“Keflavik “, Iceland);

midfielders – Karlina Mikson (Czarni Sosnovec, Poland), Olga Ševcova (Fenerbahce Istanbul, Turkey), Viktorija Zaichikova (IBV Vestmannaeyja, Iceland), Anna Kristine Gornela (Mura, Slovenia), Nelle Treimane, Katrina Dalilova, Anastasia Vainer, Amelia Lipšane, Signia Šenberg (all – “Metta”), Anna Marija Valak (“Riga”);

forwards – Diana Suvitra, Anastasija Poliuhoviča (both – “Riga”).

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