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Red Flames have no problem with Albania and stay on the Norwegian route

Red Flames have no problem with Albania and stay on the Norwegian route

The Red Flames beat Albania 0-5 in Elbos on Thursday, the seventh day of qualifying for the 2023 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand (July 20 – August 20, 2023). The Belgian football women are second in their group.

The Flames took a while to find a start, but ten minutes before the break, national coach Eves Cherniels’ players took the lead. Dyne de Keigny (37) was hit in the head by a cross from Dilos. De Geckney converted a cross from Tessa Wullert (39.) two minutes later with a header. Before the break, De Geigny (43.) took a 0-3 lead. Ten minutes into the second half, Wollard (56.) won 0-4, and the hunger of the Belgian players was not yet contained. Substitute Jassina Blom (79.) recorded the final score at 0-5, again scoring a header.

The Red Flames are currently second in Group F with 16 points from 21, following President Norway (19 points). The group winner will qualify directly for the World Cup and play in the second play-off. The Belgian football women have never qualified for the World Cup, but they will play in the European Championship this summer (July 6-31 in England) for the second time since 2017.

The Flames took a while to find a start, but ten minutes before the break, national coach Eves Cherniels’ players took the lead. Dyne de Keigny (37) was hit in the head by a cross from Dilos. De Geckney converted a cross from Tessa Wullert (39.) two minutes later with a header. Before the break, De Geigny (43.) took a 0-3 lead. Ten minutes into the second half, Wollard (56.) won 0-4, and the hunger of the Belgian players was not yet contained. Substitute Jassina Blom (79.) recorded the final score at 0-5, again scoring a header. The Red Flames are currently second in Group F with 16 points from 21, following President Norway (19 points). The group winner will qualify directly for the World Cup and play in the second play-off. The Belgian football women have never qualified for the World Cup, but they will play in the European Championship this summer (July 6-31 in England) for the second time since 2017.

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