The German women’s national team wins the top game against Spain 2-0. Thanks to the three, the team of national coach Martina Voss-Tecklenburg is early in the quarter-finals of the European Championship. The game to read in the ticker.

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Goals: 1:0 Bühl (3rd), 2:0 Popp (37th)

Germany: Frohms – Gwinn, Hendrich, Hegering, Rauch (61 Kleinherne) – Magull (46 Lattwein), Oberdorf, Däbritz (72 Dallmann) – Huth, Popp (61 Waßmuth), Bühl (87 Bühl)

Spain: Panos – Batlle, Irene Paredes, Maria Leon, Leila – Aitana, Patri, Aleixandri (70. Athenea) – Garcia (70. Cardona), Lucia Garcia (62. Pina), Mariona (84. Irene)

Germany – Spain

07/12/2022 | 9:00 p.m

Without goal guarantor Lea Schüller, the German soccer players have to contest the European Championship hit against Spain. The positive corona test of the 24-year-old striker overlaid the preparation for the second group game of the team of national coach Martina Voss-Tecklenburg on Monday and dampened the anticipation. Nevertheless, the DFB women want to continue advertising their sport at the long-desired prime time – and take a giant step towards the quarter-finals. “Girls, I believe in you, you can do it,” Schüller wrote on Instagram.

“For us, that means first and foremost that we stand even closer together as a team and play for Lea. It is important that Lea is fine,” said Voss-Tecklenburg. “The attacker from FC Bayern Munich only feels slight symptoms. She was immediately isolated,” said the DFB before the game between the two title candidates on Tuesday (9 p.m. / ARD and DAZN) at Brentford Community Stadium.

Schüller himself expressed his consternation. “I don’t even know what to say about that,” wrote the goalscorer. “For two years I managed not to get it and to protect myself as best I could and I just hoped not to get it during or just before the European Championships.”

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