germany 2017

VfL Wolfsburg lead Alliance Women’s Bundesliga 18th February 2018

 

Köln 0 – 3 FFC Frankfurt

Goals From:

Lise Overgaard-Munk 29′ 68′ (FFC Frankfurt)

Kumi Yokoyama 76′ (FFC Frankfurt)

 

SC Sand 2 – 2 Werder Bremen

Goals From:

Sylvia Arnold 9′ (SC Sand)

Nina Burger 31′ (SC Sand)

Pia-Sophie Wolter 34′ (Werder Bremen)

Katharina Schiechtl 49′ (Werder Bremen)

 

Duisburg 2 – 1 Freiburg

Goals From:

Lucia Harsanyova 3′ (Duisburg)

Janina Minge 42′ (Freiburg)

Danica Wu 90′ (Duisburg)

 

USV Jena 0 – 5 Turbine Potsdam

Goals From:

Viktoria Schwalm 30′ (Turbine Potsdam)

Rahel Kiwic 49′ (Turbine Potsdam)

Johanna Elsig 64′ 67′ (Turbine Potsdam)

Nina Ehegotz 84′ (Turbine Potsdam)

 

Bayern München 2 – 1 SGS Essen

Goals From:

Turid Knaak 24′ (SGS Essen)

Nicole Rolser 76′ (Bayern München)

Fridolina Rolfö 89′ (Bayern München)

 

Hoffenheim 0 – 1 Wolfsburg

Goals From:

Pernile Mosegaard-Harder 15′ (Wolfsburg)

 

German Allianz Frauen-Bundesliga Leading Goalscorer:

Pernille Mosegaard-Harder – Wolfsburg  13

Lina Magull – Freiburg  7

Nina Burger – Sand  6

Alexandra Popp – Wolfsburg  6

Giulia Gwinn – Freiburg  6

Klara Buhl – Freiburg  5

Tabea Kemme – Turbine Potsdam  5

Rahel Kiwic – Turbine Potsdam  5

Mandy Islacker – Bayern München  4

Simone Laudehr – Bayern München  4

Lucie Vonkova – Bayern München  4

Zsanett Jakabfi – Wolfsburg  3

Sarah Freutel – SGS  3

Svenja Huth – Turbine  3

Fridolina Rolfö – Bayern München  3

 

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