DFB women are subject to Canada
The German footballers at the EM-Testing tournament in England moved to Canada the shorter. The team of Bundestrainer Martina Voss-Tecklenburg underlined in Norwich in the duel between the 2016 Olympics and 2021 a bit unhappy with 0: 1 (0: 1).
Only 200 spectators in the Carrow Road Stadion met Vanessa Gilles (7 minutes) for the gold medal winners of Tokyo against a passionately occurring, but spare weakened German national team.
It was the first defeat of the German team since the 0: 1 last April against France. The tapered DFB selection that had to give up corona or injury to 14 EM candidates at the Arnold Clark Cup anyway, stepped up with a low-changed starting eleven against Spain compared to the 1: 1 against Spain. As Ann-Katrin Berger stood instead of Stammkeeper Merle Frohms (Eintracht Frankfurt) in the goal. The 31-year-old from FC Chelsea and their foremen were caught in wind and rain even after a few minutes of ice cold, as Gilles headed for a corner to the 1-0.
Federal Trainer Voss-Tecklenburg rotated
Defense Chef Lena Oberdorf from VfL Wolfsburg had to look at this due to lightweight donors from the grandstand. Voss-Tecklenburg had switched to seven positions. Thus, their players first showed great vote problems and many ball losses. Bad luck, when a shot of Captainin Lina Magull was blocked by the FC Bayern by Goalkeeper Gilles with his hand, but there was no penalty (20th).
Only after a good half hour also the attack on Hoffenheim Jule Brand and Munich Klara Bühl was better in the game. With a dangerous throttle of Bühl, Canada Keeperin Kailen Sheridan was on the hat (41.).
Test graduation on Wednesday against England
After the break, Torjäger Lea Schüller came from FC Bayern, who had achieved her 24th gate in the 35th country match against Spain. Happiness had Torfrau Berger, when she came to the ground, but she remained without consequences (52.). Otherwise, the German team posted much more game shares than in the first round, but remained at the end without Fortune.
In the third and last game, the DFB women meet on Wednesday (20:30 pm / ZDF-Livestream) in Wolverhampton on host England. The test tournament is considered important location determination for the European Championship in July also in England.