The Belgian women football have Sunday for their sixth world cup qualifier in Chisinau against Moldova won with 0-7. The Red Flames have to group profit is forgotten, but can still go to the world cup via said.
After a messy openingskwartier names the Red Flames, the party firmly in the hands. There was a lot of threat from the left with Yana Daniëls, but the final pass or finish was lacking. On the stroke of peace, succeeded to the Flames. Janice Cayman came first on the Moldovan doelvrouw and the revival was the pole in the way. The third time it was touch for Cayman. Again she got the leather in the feet, and this time spooned they learn outside the range of the rechtkrabbelende goalie: 0-1.
After the break camped the troops of coach Ives Serneels on the half of the republic of Moldova and was the one where doelpuntenfestival. Chloé Vande Velde doubled the lead with a low shot distance. Tessa Wullaert tried it on the hour with a subtle heel, a moment later, she placed the leather against the junction. Aanvoerster Aline Zeler (64.) she picked up her goal and pushed close to 0-3. Julie Biesmans (77.) missed first close up, but stood a moment later, however, on the scoreboard. After an own goal from Colesnicenco (80.), that daniel’s a goal held, Belgium was given a penalty. Wullaert (83.) put the team credentials and stay up flawlessly. Cayman (.) explained with a fantasy the 0-7 position.
After the 3-0 victory of Italy against Portugal last Friday, the Red Flames not the winner crowns in kwalificatiepoule 6. The Belgian women have to focus on the second place in the group, giving the right to a ticket for the world cup. The four best school years known as seconde (in seven groups) play off in two rounds: semi-finals (round 1 October 2018, back 9 October) and a final (5 november 2018, back, november 13). The winner of these picks the last European world cup ticket.
Italy has, after seven games, the maximum of 21 points. Belgium is second with 13 points. Afterwards, Portugal (4 pts), Romania (4) and Moldova (1). The women of coach Ives Serneels play on August 31 in Romania, the campaign five days later against Italy to end.