Sport Werder women reach the quarter-finals of the Cup

19:40  28 february  2021
19:40  28 february  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

The Rashica promise: "Nobody else has this potential"

 The Rashica promise: For the first time since the end of November, Milot Rashica played for Werder Bremen over 90 minutes against Freiburg on Saturday. Here and there the highly talented Kosovar was able to hint at his potential again. In any case, coach Florian Kohfeldt is hopeful. © imago images Milot Rashica is well on the way for Werder Bremen again. When Milot Rashica is about to sprint, only a few professionals in the Bundesliga can keep up.

The Werder Bremen women have reached the quarter-finals of the DFB Cup. The North Germans won the round of 16 on Sunday against Bundesliga rivals SV Meppen on penalties 5: 3 (2: 2, 1: 1, 1: 0). In the round of the last eight, the Bremen women will play at the series cup winners VfL Wolfsburg on March 20 or 21.

Bremens Lina Hausicke (l) in Aktion. © Uwe Anspach / dpa / archive image Bremen's Lina Hausicke (l) in action.

Bremen's Lina Hausicke (26th minute) and Victoria Krug (60th) for the guests were successful in regular time. Meppens Agnieszka Winczo missed the big chance to make it 2-1 in the 80th minute when she failed with a penalty kick against Lena Pauels.

In extra time, Jannelle Flaws took Meppen's 2-1 lead (101st), which Agata Tarczynska equalized four minutes later. Tarczynska made the decision on penalties.

1. FC Köln vs. Bremen Live: All information about the broadcast .
Munich - In the early Sunday game of the 24th matchday, 1. FC Köln will face Werder Bremen at home. The game starts at 3:30 p.m. An overview of where you can watch the game live on TV and on the Internet. © 2020 Getty Images Cologne-Bremen [seo_anchor] In the table there are five points between the two opponents before the duel between Cologne and Werder. FC have taken 21 points so far and with a win in today's game they may be able to take another small step away from the relegation ranks.

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