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Germany 4-0 Denmark

Goals by: Magull (21e), Schüller (57e) Lattwein (78e) and Popp (86e) for Nationals
Sent off: Kühl (90+4e)

For their first group match, Danes logically lost 4-0 against a team from Germany who could not have been more ready, who were already taking their revenge for the quarter-final lost against the Rod-hvide during Euro 2017.

The daughters of Lars Søndergaard will have lived through hell on the lawn of Brentford. German hostilities began on the 4e minute, when Schüller sends a cross for Bühl into the box. This is followed by a very heavy strike from Rauch which hits the square of Christensen (10e) then a lunar action where the Nationallf touch the uprights twice without success, with the crosses of Rauch and Schüller (13e). Finally Magull manages to conclude by scraping a ball back too short and hits hard with the outside of the foot in the top corner (1-0, 21e). You have to wait for the 28e minute to see the first Danish opportunity after a nice control-shot sequence from Brunn.

The Danes return from the locker room with the key element they have been missing until now: ball control. But it was without counting on the vice of a Mannschaft grounded, who took advantage of two Danish changes to shatter all the certainties of the opponents thanks to a goal from a corner by Léa Schüller (2-0, 57e). After a false signal for offside, the Germans score the 3-0 goal. Just entered, Lattwein is forgotten by the Danish defense at the far post and rushes to sink at the far post (3-0, 78e). This goleada will finally end with a header in the middle of the race from the legend Popp who thus signs his return to the highest level after two missed Euros (4-0, 86e). Too bad that in parallel, the young Danish Kühl, who discovers the competition, leaves the field with tears in her eyes after a second yellow (90 + 4e).

The Reds and Whites just saw red this Friday.
Germany (4-3-3): Frohms – Gwinn, Hendrich, Hegering, Rauch – Oberdorf (Lohmann, 83e), Däbritz (Lattwein, 61e), Magul (Dallmann, 69e)- Huth, Schuller (Popp, 61e), Bühl (Brand, 61e). Coach: Martina Voss-Tecklenburg.

Denmark (3-4-3): Christensen – Sevecke, Pedersen, Veje – Thomsen, Troelsgaard (Kuhl, 55e), Junge-Pedersen, Svava (Sorensen, 70e) – Madsen (Geji, 55e), Bruun (Nadim, 55e), Harder. Coach: Lars Sondergaard.


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