Newsletter

Germany Triumphs Over Netherlands in Women’s Nations League: Live Updates and Final Score

Germany vs. Netherlands: Women’s Nations League in the live ticker for reading

Conclusion: The DFB women have done it: Germany defeated the Netherlands 2-0 and is at the Olympics after their victory in the summer. Horst Hrubesch’s team more than earned their participation in the Olympics after a strong second half. After goals from Klara Bühl and Lea Schüller, Germany left nothing untouched in the last few minutes before the final whistle.

Germany vs. Netherlands: Women’s Nations League in the live ticker for reading – final whistle 2nd half

90.+6. Final whistle. Germany wins and secures its ticket to the Olympic Games.

Germany vs. Netherlands: Women’s Nations League in the live ticker to read – yellow card Gwinn

90.+4. Giulia Gwinn fouls on the right sideline and doesn’t want to release the ball. That’s what yellow is for.

90.+2. And that’s where it becomes extremely dangerous again in the German penalty area. The German defense cannot clear a free kick from the right side. There is a commotion in the six-yard box and the ball lands on the post before Frohms can secure the ball.

90. The injury time is five minutes.

89. Oberdorf tries a long-range shot from around 30 meters. But her shot goes over the Dutch goal.

88. The Netherlands still seems to be lacking ideas. Andries Jonker’s team did not pose any real danger a few minutes before the end of regular time.

Germany vs. Netherlands: Women’s Nations League in the live ticker for reading – change Germany

85. And Horst Hrubesch also reacts again. Endemann can celebrate her international debut. Klara Bühl leaves the field for them.

Germany vs. Netherlands: Women’s Nations League in the live ticker for reading – change Netherlands

84. Andries Jonker brings two new players for the final phase. Van de Sanden and Snoeijs come for Martens and Spitse.

82. Germany is now of course retreating a bit into its own half. However, the Dutch have not yet appeared dangerous in front of Merle Frohms’ goal.

80. The gate to the Olympics is now wide open for the DFB team. Will Germany take the two-goal lead over time? There are still ten minutes plus added time to play here in Heerenveen.

Germany vs. Netherlands: Women’s Nations League in the live ticker for reading – Goal Germany

78. Too bad for Germany. And there’s the hit! The Netherlands cannot properly clear a corner from the right side. The second ball lands again at Bühl, who hits the ball into the center. Her cross is found by Lea Schüller, who heads the ball into the bottom left corner. Is that the decision in this game?

76. Germany is pressing for the second goal. Horst Hrubesch’s team is currently charging forward tirelessly.

75. After a cross from Linder, Schüller heads the ball in the penalty area. Your attempt just misses the box. A pity.

72. A German corner can be extended by Popp at the first post. Beerensteyn can just clear the ball intended for Hegering. That could have been dangerous for van Domselaar.

70. The pace is getting harder, there is of course a lot at stake: Oberdorf is roughly taken away from the two of them by Brugts. But there is no card for it.

Germany vs. Netherlands: Women’s Nations League in the live ticker for reading – change Netherlands

68. Andries Jonker reacts immediately. Egurrola comes on for van de Donk.

Germany vs. Netherlands: Women’s Nations League in the live ticker for reading – Goal Germany

66. Too bad for Germany. Schüller isn’t back on the pitch yet and Germany still makes it 1-0. Oberdorf drives the ball forward in the center and plays it out to Brand. Janssen cannot clear her cross, Oberdorf gets the ball again and heads the ball to the free-standing Klara Bühl. She stays cool from close range and scores the opening goal through van Domselaar’s arms.

64. Lea Schüller lies on the grass after a collision with van Domselaar. Schüller tried to take a rebound from Klara Bühl and was then hit by the Dutch goalkeeper. Schüller then pulls himself together again, his face consumed with pain.

Germany vs. Netherlands: Women’s Nations League in the live ticker for reading – yellow card Janssen

61. During this action, Popp was rudely cleared by Janssen, who was shown a yellow card for this offense.

61. Next good action from the DFB women. Popp passes the ball in the center to Brand, who moves into the middle in the penalty area and then looks for the finish. Your shot is blocked and goes out of bounds.

59. Schüller gets the ball on the left side and heads towards the Dutch goal. Janssen was able to thwart the attacker at the last moment.

57. Beerensteyn has a lot of space on the German left side. The attacker is not sufficiently disturbed and can move into the middle and finish. But Frohms holds the ball safely.

Germany vs. Netherlands: Women’s Nations League in the live ticker for reading – change Netherlands

54. Dijkstra appears to have been injured in this action. Wilms is now on the field for them.

53. Van de Donk plays a ball steeply to Dijkstra. Popp is able to clear the Dutch team’s attempt at the expense of a corner.

51. Yes! Stéphanie Frappart doesn’t give the goal after the help of VAR.

50. Germany takes the lead! Schüller is released on the left side, who keeps her nerve in front of van Domselaar and shoots the ball into the far corner. But the flag goes up immediately. Was Schüller one step too far forward when passing?

48. The first German chance in the second half! Oberdorf crosses the ball from the right into the box, where it then jumps to Nüsken in the backcourt. Van Domselaar can just clear her shot for a corner. The following corner remains harmless.

Germany vs. Netherlands: Women’s Nations League in the live ticker for reading – change Germany

46. ​​Horst Hrubesch makes one substitution during the break. Lea Schüller comes into the game for Sydney Lohmann.

Germany vs. Netherlands: Women’s Nations League in the live ticker for reading – kick-off 2nd half

46. ​​It’s time for the second half, the ball is rolling again.

Half time: We see an intense and balanced game between Germany and the Netherlands in Heerenveen, which is still 0-0 after 45 minutes. In the 25th minute, the DFB team could have taken the lead after a great attempt by Nüsken. The Netherlands woke up after hitting the post, and Beerensteyn in particular kept causing problems for the DFB women. We have an exciting second half ahead of us.

2024-02-28 21:46:00
#Womens #Nations #League #live #ticker

Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Trending