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a goalkeeper error has introduced the German women's football national team in the penultimate international match of the season an avoidable defeat.
at 1: 0 (1: 0) victory of the French team on Thursday in Strasbourg Marked Kenzi Dali (30th) with a spacer shot the hit of the evening, who surprised the Merle Frohms posted too far before her gate. About 3000 spectators - only on Wednesday 5000 visitors had been allowed - was the DFB-EC eleven over wide stretches of the first half-time game-determining. But the larger chances, however, posted the hosts that won earned. On Tuesday, the German team plays at the end of the season in Offenbach against Chile (15.00 o'clock / ZDF).
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Many conversions in the DFB team
National Trainer Martina Voss-Tecklenburg was forced to numerous changes due to a more and longer list of prominent failures. Compared to 3: 1 against Norway in April, only Lena Oberdorf, Jana Feldkamp and Svenja Huth in the starting eleven stood. On the other hand, the national trainer on Lina Magull, Sara Doorsoun, Sara Däbritz, Marina Hegering and Melanie Leupolz had to do without injury or illness, other players were not available for injuries from the outset.
Voss-Tecklenburg never wanted to see actions of her young team. And the delivered. Until the leadership of the French women only played the DFB team. Led by the Bayern Players Sydney Lohmann and Linda Dallmann played the German ball-proof out of their own defense and made a significant overweight with a lot of pace. Only the creating of opportunities did not succeed, as the crucial passports were played too inaccurate or technical mistakes prevented this.
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"It's disappointing that we take the defeat home. We had imagined that differently. Phasewise we did not do that badly. We had chances, but have not played consistently. We can not accuse us too much, we have everything pure, "Felicitas said smoke.goose from the nothing
The goal, which fell practically from that nothing, made for a crack in the German game. The last quarter of the first half of the first half belonged to the hosts who gave the great opportunity for 2: 0 through Grace Geyoro after 37 minutes. Alone on Frohms, she failed at the strongly reactive German Torfrau, which escaped her mistake of the goal.
Even after the change, the German team initially no longer returned to the performance of the first half hour. The hosts developed some good chances for ball losses of DFB-Eleven, where Bavaria-Angreferin Viviane Asseyi (52nd) awarded the best. Only then did Germans become better after individual actions. So a Dallmann possibility (54th) was blocked after a long solo of Clara Bühl at the last moment.
A regulated game build was not concluded because the French defensive behavior became better and the hosts succeeded in disturbing early. Thus, the Team was taken the pace.
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