The Red Flames are 4-0 strongest for Poland – international football

Five days after the 19-0 win over Armenia, the Red Flames were strong for Poland in a crucial World Cup qualifier in Louvain on Tuesday. Poland had to score 4-0, at the break it was already 3-0.

After Davina Philtjens was honored for her 100th international match, the Belgians had trouble getting into the tournament. Poland started the tournament very enthusiastically, but the Flames captured just before the end of the opening quarter. Tine de Keigny opened the scoring in the 15th minute with the help of Tessa Wullert, who gave the Bildgens the lead. Hannah Urlings doubled the lead in the 33rd minute. Polish goalkeeper Carolina Glabis blocked a shot by Julie Beasmans, but Urlinges followed suit. Five minutes later, record international Janice Cayman (120 caps) took his goal with a cannon shot from just outside the sixteenth. The fourth goal came in the 51st minute after a brilliant match between Wullaert and Cayman, but it was Polish defender Malcorsatta Messas who passed the ball to his own goalkeeper. There were still opportunities for fires, but Clapis saved his country from a great punishment.

Thanks to the success, Flames is briefly at the forefront of Group F. With 13 points from six games, they are two points ahead of Poland and at the same level as Norway. The latter country will take a three-point lead again on Wednesday. It worked in Armenia for the last twenty minutes of the game, which was stopped 0-9 due to heavy fog on Tuesday. Albania, in fourth place with six points behind Belgium and Norway, won 1-3 in Kosovo on Tuesday. The team winner qualifies for the finals in Australia and New Zealand (20 July-20 August), playing a second jump-off.

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After Davina Philtjens was honored for her 100th international match, the Belgians had trouble getting into the tournament. Poland started the tournament very enthusiastically, but the Flames captured just before the end of the opening quarter. Tine de Gaikney opened the scoring in the 15th minute with the help of Tessa Wullert, who gave the Bildgens the lead. Hannah Urlings doubled the lead in the 33rd minute. Polish goalkeeper Carolina Clobis blocked a shot by Julie Biesmans, but Urlinges followed well. Five minutes later, record international Janice Cayman (120 caps) took his goal with a cannon shot from just outside the sixteenth. The fourth goal came in the 51st minute after a brilliant match between Wullaert and Cayman, but it was Polish defender Malcorsatta Messas who passed the ball to his own goalkeeper. There were still opportunities for fires, but Clapis saved his country from a great punishment. Thanks to the success, Flames is briefly at the forefront of Group F. With 13 points from six games, they are two points ahead of Poland and at the same level as Norway. The latter country will take a three-point lead again on Wednesday. It worked in Armenia for the last twenty minutes of the match, which was stopped 0-9 due to heavy fog on Tuesday. Albania, in fourth place with six points behind Belgium and Norway, won 1-3 in Kosovo on Tuesday. The winner of the group qualifies for the finals in Australia and New Zealand (20 July-20 August) and plays the second jump-off.

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