From dream to nightmare. After winning their first qualifying victory in a major competition at the end of October against North Macedonia, Luxembourg experienced a brutal comeback on Tuesday night, swept away (0-8) by Austria in a match counting for the World Cup qualifiers.
Dan Santos’ daughters had already conceded four but after half an hour of play at the Luxembourg stadium. Author of a hat-trick, Stefanie Enzinger first took advantage of two bad raises (16th and 17th, 0-2) before offering himself a third achievement by scoring in the empty goal after a strike on the bar that struck the back of the Grand Ducal goalkeeper, Lucie Schlime (23rd, 0-3).
See you in April 2022
Nicole Billa then widened the gap after a disagreement between the goalkeeper and her side Kimberley Dos Santos (27th, 0-4). Despite a few parades from Schlime at the end of the first period, Luxembourg lost again at the start of the second period on a strike in the top corner of Barbara Dunst (48th, 0-5).
Overwhelmed by the speed of the Austrians and unable to create opportunities, the Luxembourgers gave in again at the hour mark on a header at the penalty point of Marie Therese Höbinger (60th, 0-6) then on the second goal of Nicole Billa (62nd, 0-7). Sarah Zadrazil concluded the Luxembourg ordeal with a powerful strike (68th, 0-8). Dan Santos’ daughters will have time to recover from this defeat as they will play their next qualifying match in April, against Latvia, beaten (0-20) by England on Tuesday evening.
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