August 10, 2022

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The red torch makes history with a place in the quarter-finals of the European Football Championship |  European Women's Championship 2022

The red torch makes history with a place in the quarter-finals of the European Football Championship | European Women’s Championship 2022

  1. 90 + 2′ – Follow Janice Cayman by Cassandra Mississippi
  2. 81′ – Follow Christiana Girelli to Daniela Sabatino
  3. 80′ – Follow Valentina Bergamci from Valentina Cernoia
  4. 68′ – Continue to Flaminia Simonetti by Valentina Gicintic
  5. 66′ – Follow Hannah Eurlings by Willy Dellacao
  6. 66′ – Follow Jodi Vangelo Laura Delos
  7. 65′ – Yellow – Lisa Poatin
  8. 59′ – Follow Elena Donut by Marie Minart
  9. 58′ – Followed by Martina Rusucci by Ariana Caruso
  10. 49′ – Goal – Tyne de Kinney (0-1)

For the first time in history, Belgian women’s football teams have qualified for the quarter-finals of the European Football Championship. Red Flames defeated Italy in their last group match, while opponent Iceland was unable to face France.

Flame Triumph in a nutshell:

  • important momentAfter 50 minutes, a free kick remains inside the Italian penalty area. Tyne de Kinney reacts lightly and shoots 0-1 against the ropes without a doubt.
  • match playerThe defense duo Biesmans-Kees did not succumb to Italian pressure in the second half. 21-year-old Sari Kiss is particularly impressive in this European Championship.
  • noticeable: Iceland eventually drew in the other group game of Group D. A draw wasn’t enough to push the Belgians away.

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Several scenarios were possible in Red Flames’ last group game against Italy. The win was the easiest and so did our Belgian women.

In a more than decent first half, the Flames were at least on par with Italy. However, they never got more than a few chances through Elena Dhont and Hannah Eurlings.

Nicky Evrard was on the other side of the court, just like in the previous two games. Shot returned from Bonansea. Everything was decided in the bloody second half.

Soon after the break it was Taine de Kinney who broke the spell. The great Hoffenheim striker reacted quickly after the Italians failed to escape with a free kick. Dry up in the lower corner and ecstasy in the Belgian camp.

Watch Tine De Caigny’s crucial goal:

Sweden is waiting in the quarter-finals

Italy was not upset and immediately dominated the match. Girelli first hit the ball on the crossbar and then a header with a wide header. Hot situations piled up in front of Everr’s goal, but the Belgians held on in front of the goal.

Giacenti came close, but the ball deflected enough. The Kees-Biesmans defensive duo showed strength and kept two clean sheets.

In injury time, Tessa Walart – who had a great game – almost made a climax. The blast was stranded on the shaft.

The final whistle freed the Belgian team. Serneels and his forces complete Milestone and advance to the next round. In it they met the powerful Sweden, ranked second in the world.

  1. The second half, the 98th minute, the game is over
  2. The second half, the 98th minute. It’s over! Date! The match ended and Flames advanced to the quarter-finals. What an achievement for our Belgian team. Serneels pit jumps in the air. .
  3. Giacinti kicks far from the offside position. Giacinti tries again, but he slips off. She is waiting for the whistle of redemption. . Second half, 97th minute.
  4. The second half, the 96th minute. Everr puts himself on the ball. Was this the last act the Italians did? Time is running out. .
  5. The second half, the 95th minute. Minart now clears the ball. She throws it blindly towards the Italian goalkeeper. Two more minutes…
  6. The second half, the 94th minute. The flame cannot take the ball out of the goal area. It’s raining corner kicks. .
  7. The second half, the 93rd minute. Free kick Italy. Free kick from Italy in the corner of the big back line. Then again a little wait and watch the flames. De Caigny defuses the sharp-edged ball. .
  8. Second half, 93rd minute. Pegeltje van Wullaert hits the post.

    Pegeltje van Wullaert on the column

  9. Second half, 92nd minute. Mississippi replaced battle-weary Cayman. Repeat again: with this position, the Belgians qualify for the quarter-finals of the European Championship. .
  10. The second half, the 92nd minute. Substitution in Belgium, Cassandra Missibo, Janis Kayman outside
  11. Wullaert is almost having a magical moment. Wullaert almost ended the match with a beautiful shot. The ball hit the post. Cayman shoots in recoil. & nbsp; . The second half, the 91st minute.
  12. The second half, the 90th minute. A better moment than the flame. The flame has gone out a bit under pressure in the past few minutes. Cayman with her last strength tries to keep up with the ball, but is pushed over the sidelines. .
  13. The second half, the 88th minute. Cernells summons the Missipo. The Belgian national coach looks tense. You can of course for less. .
  14. The second half, the 87th minute. Cayman counter plays poorly. Wullaert waits for a counter and sends Cayman away, but he doesn’t have good control of the house. chance gone. .
  15. The second half, the 86th minute. Another chance for Italy. Bonansea gets a chance to tackle the edge of the 16 but decides too weak. Evrard goes well. .
  16. The second half, the 85th minute. It seems that Evrard is able to continue. I kicked the ball away, but still felt my thigh afterwards. .
  17. With Evrard a problem. Nikki Everr sits on the floor for a moment. Did she feel something in her leg? Or does she just want to give her team a little rest? . Second half, 83rd minute.
  18. The second half, the 83rd minute. The Italian pressure continues. Evrard just in time to grab the ball from Giacinti’s feet. Another 10 minutes will be long. .
  19. The second half, the 82nd minute. There is a cure for an Italian storm and this is a goal. Aster Nziyimana.
  20. The second half, the 81st minute. Substitution for Italy, Daniela Sabatino inside, and Cristiana Girelli.
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