Armenia is the Red Lantern in the Red Flames group for a reason. In the last 4 matches, the Armenian women did not score any goals and conceded 17 goals.
The Eurlings kick-started the Goals Fest after 3 minutes tonight. After 10 minutes of play, a 4-0 lead is already flashing on the scoreboard.
Almost every Belgian chance was scored before the end of the first half. Thanks to a hat-trick from De Caigny and goals from Wullaert (2), Tysiak (2), Eurlings (2), Wijnants (1) and Vanhaevermaet (1), Flames managed to wave in the first half with an 11-0 bonus.
Without De Caigny (replaced as a precaution), the Belgian balls did not initially enter smoothly after the coffee break.
In the last 20 minutes, the engine ran again, with 6 goals. Teulings put the final score 19-0 on the board.
The Red Flames remained third in their qualifying group. Tuesday awaits an important confrontation with Poland No. 2. Only the winner of the group will receive a direct ticket to the World Cup, while the second will play.
After winning by 19-0, the Red Flames team entered the history books. Their previous record win was 12-0, four years ago against Moldova.
The Flames wrote not only the history of Belgian football, but also the history of world football. 19-0 is the biggest win ever in the Women’s World Cup preliminary round.
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