Live broadcast – Euro 2022: England celebrate a historic victory over Norway and qualify for the quarter-finals of the European Championship

90 + 3′ – The end of the match and a historic victory for England against Norway, 8-0!

The English present themselves with the biggest victory ever recorded during the European Men’s and Women’s Championships, qualifying for the quarter-finals. An 8-0 victory marked the Beth Meade treble.

82′ – And 8-0 for the English, Triple Lamed!

The Arsenal striker continued her showing and gave herself a hat-trick with a long kick from Keira Walsh that was saved by Thorsdottir, who followed suit well and advanced 8-0.

66′ – 7-0 for England with a great header from Russo, I just got in!

The nightmare continues for the Norwegians, who conceded a goal from a player just entering: Alicia Russo. On a cross from Lucy Bronze, the Manchester United striker managed to advance brilliantly and seal the score 7-0.

45 + 2′ end of this first half, one-sided match for England, 6-0

The English lead logically 6-0 at the break, as they were the only team that got chances, while Norway seems to have never entered their game as the team lost.

By the way, the lionesses set a record for themselves: one of the most goals scored in one period during a women’s Euro match. They also equal the record number of goals scored in a match in the competition, having played only 45 minutes.

40′ – 6-0, a double for Elaine White!

And the same goes for the English who keep ordering goals. Number 10 Francesca Kirby quickly stands out between the Norwegian lines and sends a cross that runs along the line. In the far corner, Eileen White cut the track and signed (already) 6-0.

38′ – 5-0, the Englishman breaks the record for Lee Blue!

An exceptional single number from Hemp who dribbled past three players in the area before passing the ball past the Norwegian goalkeeper. It’s 5-0 in 38 minutes, better than Les Bleues and 5-0 in 39 minutes yesterday.

34′ – 4-0 in 34 minutes! Better than Les Bleues last night!

And it turned into a shot for the Norwegians, who received a fourth goal in the 34th minute, after a superb cross pass from Hem headed for Med in the area with a score of 4-0.

29′ – 3-0 to England!

Pressing the Norwegian lift, Elaine White manages to recover a ball at the feet of the defense and goes on her own to the goal, 3-0.

16′ – and already 2-0 to England, who broke thanks to Hemp!

On a goal initially denied for offside and then finally verified by VAR and accepted, Hemp was able to cut into the far corner with a madman attempt to pass on the wrong side of the leg and allow the Ducks to lead 2-0 against Norway.

12′ – Penalty kick for England after a suspicious 1-0 encounter!

Elaine White drops in the area after being dropped by a Norwegian defender, and the referee immediately whistles the penalty without checking the VAR. Georgia Stanway grabbed the ball and hit it brilliantly under the crossbar, 1-0.

The writings of this clash between England and Norway

Just one change for England, Wegman renews his confidence in the team that beat Austria 1-0 in the opening match.

For his part, Norway coach Evin Bellerod made several changes to put the team in the spotlight, after an easy 4-1 win over Northern Ireland in the first group match.

90 + 4′ – The end of the match, Austria’s 2-0 victory over Northern Ireland

After the defeat in the opening match against England, Austria made up for it and signed a logical 2-0 victory against Euro Minh, Northern Ireland.

87′ – The Austrians finally break 2-0!

In a very long midfield clearance, Austrian Nachenwing continue to have very good control and then projects before adjusting to the Northern Irish door that was brought down by the defence. It’s 2-0 for the Austrians, who confirmed their good game.

45′ – still 1-0 at halftime for Austria and Northern Ireland

Despite many attempts, the Austrians did not manage to widen the gap and the referee returned everyone to the locker room with a score of 1-0.

Wendy Renard misses the blues cleaning

In the wake of the 5-1 win over Italy, France women’s national team coaching begins at the moment in the base camp with a major absentee: Wendy Renard, left in treatment. On Sunday evening, all the winners, Berod Magnin, Diani, Cascarino, Periset and Tonkara, start the session with a bicycle on the edge of the field.

19 ‘- Opening result of Austria thanks to Schecht 1-0!

Austria clearly dominated the start of the match, and ended up opening the scoring thanks to a perfectly executed free kick from the penalty spot by Schecht, 1-0.

Austria and Northern Ireland: the works

In the first match of the second day, Austria and Northern Ireland open the ball before facing Norway and England tonight.

Already 29 goals in this euro

At the end of the first day, 29 goals were scored in 8 matches, which is an average of 3.63 goals/match since the start of the competition. France offers the best attack (5 goals), ahead of Spain, Norway and Germany (4). With a hat-trick, Grace Giroud is logically the top scorer.

Switzerland weakened by ‘digestive’ disorders

On Monday, the Swiss national football team canceled its media activities, two days before facing Sweden in the European Championship, “due to gastrointestinal symptoms in eight players and eleven employees,” according to the Federation.

“The morning training (Monday) and the press point scheduled for this afternoon must be canceled at the last minute due to gastro-intestinal symptoms in eight players and 11 employees,” it was written in a message conveyed to the Swiss team’s followers.

A training session was originally scheduled for Monday morning in Leeds, with thirty minutes available to the media, before a round table with the players in the afternoon.

The Swiss were looked after on Saturday by Portugal (2-2) to enter the race in Group C. They should play their second game on Wednesday (6:00 pm) in Sheffield against the Swedes who are among the favorites to win. The competition.

France Press agency

Netherlands: Sari van Veenendaal out of the rest of the competition

Dutch goalkeeper Sari van Veenendaal, injured against Sweden, has withdrawn from the remainder of Euro 2022 due to a shoulder injury. A real blow to the Dutch national team, which lost its goalkeeper and captain. The Dutch could also find the blue in the quarter-finals depending on the results of the two groups.

>> More information here

England vs Norway in Group A

Five days after its slow victory over Austria at the start of the “Euroha” (1-0), England will receive the Norwegian team Ada Hegerberg in Brighton at 9 pm, what constitutes the shock of the first group between the two favorites to reach the quarter-finals. -finals. A few hours ago, it was the underdog match between Austria and Northern Ireland.

Monday, July 11th program:

6 pm: Austria – Northern Ireland (in Southampton)

9 pm: England – Norway (in Brighton)

Group A ranking:

1. Norway (3 points, +3)

2- England (3 points, +1)

3. Austria (0 points, -1)

4. Northern Ireland (0pt, -3)

Good morning all

Euro 2022 continues in England, with the second day of the group stage. During the first matches, several teams made a good impression, especially France, which swept Italy (5-1), as well as Germany, the eight-time European champion, which blew the Danes (4-0). Follow all the information about the competition in this live broadcast.

>> Find out the news of the first day of the 2022 European Football Championship

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