On Tuesday 22nd January England U-19 Women’s National team beat Denmark U-19’S 1 – 0 at St George’s Park,Burton-Upon-Trent.This was the first of a two game friendly,the second game was played today at the same venue but this time Denmark beat England 3 – 1


England 1 – 3 Denmark

Goals From:

Amalie Thestrup 6′ (Denmark)

Mie Jans 65′ (Denmark)

Karoline Lykkebo 77′ (Denmark)

78′ (England)

DBU match report:

Denmark made a good start. After only a minute coming Denmark to battle first end of a corner kick, giving Luna Gewitz possibility, but she misses the target.

Denmark continued pressure, and a few minutes later there is another opportunity for the Danes to bring forward. Fred Thøgersen comes through on the right edge and sending a perfect cross into the Amalie Thestrup which scores and brings Danes in front after just six minutes.

The Danes dominated clear the first half and came, unlike the British, for many endings. However, without the last field several times, and Denmark could go to the break with a 1-0 lead.

During the break did coach Soren Randa Boldt four replacements. Out went Mille Poulsen, Amalie Thestrup, Kristina Andersen and Laura Larsen. They were replaced by Caroline Well, Karoline Lykkebo, Camilla Andersen and Nikoline Frandsen.

2 half started just as good as the first, the Danish defense starts with an error that looked like the error England scored on Tuesday, but this time lacked the English sharpness and the ball went happily off target.

A few minutes later, it again Danes are upstairs and have played their way into an opportunity. Mie Jans kicks the ball in the goal and Denmark ahead 2-0 after 65 minutes.

After 67 minutes of play makes Denmark again a replacement. Anna fisherman goes out and is replaced by Julie Nowak.

10 minutes later there is again a great opportunity to Denmark. After a nice opspil of Fred Thøgersen, shifted Julie Nowak and Camilla Andersen, can Karoline Lykkebo put Denmark ahead 3-0.

Minute later, however English is sharpest. A nice long range shot goes behind Josefine Alberts and England reduces to 3-1.

In the last minute, Denmark has several good chances, but the shot goes wide or is saved and the game ends 3-1 to Denmark after a great fight of the girls.

Source: Entire Pedersen, DBU

Story: http://tema.3f.dk/article/20130124/FODBOLD/130129949/1861/fodboldportal&template=fodboldportal

  1. gromit 9 years ago

    Just posted on WSU an Elodie Thomis’s interview (my translation from footofeminin’s article).

    France will play without Wendie Renard who is suffering from a light viral infection, and who, by precaution, was sent away for one week.

    It will be interested to see if Bruno Bini chooses again to play with two central forwards (Delie and Thiney) as against Finland, and who will compose the midfield (Abily-Nécib-Bussglia or Abily-Nécib-Soubeyrand, ot Abily-Nécib-Bussaglia-Soubeyrand). Other question : will Camille Catala, who hasn’t play any match since C1’s SF with Juvisy against Lyon, have some playing time ? And will MHSC’s Viviane Asseyi have her first international cap ?

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