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Gain rich knowledge of goals for the women of the Austrian Football Association |  DiePress.com

Gain rich knowledge of goals for the women of the Austrian Football Association | DiePress.com

Team boss Erin Furman was satisfied with her 6:1 test win over Romania, but took on a work assignment with her. Switzerland is already waiting for Wednesday.

Marbella. Team boss Erin Furman carefully selected friendly opponents for the first track of the European Championship. Romania, ranked 42 in the world, after Austria (21), should serve as training for Northern Ireland, the opponents in the World Cup qualifiers (April 8) and in the European Nations Cup finals (July 11). This was achieved on Sunday in Marbella with a 6-1 win. “We can be completely satisfied with both the result and our performance in the individual stages of the game,” Foreman summed up.

It was hoped that the ÖFB women were creative in possession and created a number of opportunities, a total of six players Barbara Dunst (second), Laura Weinrother (ninth), Katharina Nashinweng (45th), Nicole Bella (47th, 54th) and innovator Julia Magarl (2nd place) 85) too. Hoffenheim striker Bella scored her team’s two goals with 39 and 40, which means that it is less than the record set by Nina Berger (53). “Of course it helps when the match is decided quickly, but the substitutions and changes in the break did not allow us to lose track of the match,” said the team boss. The goal scored by Ana Maria Vladiolescu (69) was also the goal of the business. “We have shown that we have to exert influence in the transitional phase after losing the ball.”

From a red-white-red perspective, the return of Victoria Schnaerbeck and Julia Heckelsberger was particularly enjoyable. For captain Schnaerbeck, this was the first assignment for the Austrian team since October 2020 after a long injury, the 31-year-old is an important support for the central defence. Because for Virginia Kirchberger, taking part in the European Championships after breaking her tibia and fibula in December would be a race against time. Hickelsberger is back 16 months after her cruciate ligament rupture and will regain her pace on the wing.

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Eye-level duel

A more difficult task awaits on Wednesday (6pm, live ORF Sport +) against the participants in EM Switzerland. The Confederations, who were still in the group with Austria in 2017 (they won 1-0 at the time), are “an equal opponent,” says Fuhrmann. World number 17. So there will be a foretaste of the finals in England in the summer, where there are two big hurdles in the preliminary round plus Northern Ireland with hosts (6 July) and Norway (15 July).

(Swiss)