12:33 PM4 months ago30 Half-hour matchParity is maintained in the game. Still 0-0. 12:30 PM4 months ago25' The game does not change muchThe match is still tied, with a lot of fouls in the last minutes. 12:29 PM4 months ago20' Still goallessStill no dangerous actions. It's a very close match for now. 12:17 PM4 months ago15' First quarter of the matchWe still have no clear scoring chances in the match.
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LIVESTREAM IFAF European Qualifier: Sweden @ Switzerland, October 16th, 14:00 CET (2 pm, 8 am ET)Graphic: Igor Lazarevic The Swiss national team will host the current silver medalist, Team Sweden, in this International Federation of American Football European qualifying matchup, Sunday, October 16 in Basel, Switzerland. This is the first time the Swiss will play this season, while the visiting Swedes are coming off of a close win last week against Serbia. The last time Team Switzerland took the field, they lost to Team Russia 36-9 a year ago.
1:39 PM4 months ago79' GOOOOAL for Sweden! HENNA BENISON! The midfielder's shot near the box was impossible for Thalmann, who stretched as far as he could, but it was not enough. 1:37 PM4 months ago79' Sweden substitutionEntra Rebecka Blomqvist en lugar de Stina Blackstenius. 1:35 PM4 months ago72' Switzerland substitutionFabienne Humm replaces Ramona Bachmann. 1:33 PM4 months ago70' Sweden had it! Goalkeeper Thalmann had come out to cut out a cross, collided with a teammate and released the ball, which was left for Blackstenius, who shot, but Rinast saved on the line. 1:32 PM4 months ago68' Switzerland - SubstitutionSandrine Mauron replaces Sandy Maendly. 1:31 PM4 months ago68' Sweden double substitutionHanna bennison and Johanna Rytting Kaneryd come on in place of Filippa Angeldal and Lina Hurtig.
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1:25 PM4 months ago66' Sweden came closerBlackstenius' shot went over the goal. 1:23 PM4 months ago59' Double change for SwitzerlandRachel Rinast and Nadine Riesen replace Eseosa Aigbogun and Géraldine Reuteler. 1:17 PM4 months ago55' GOOOOAL for SwitzerlandRamona Bachmann! The striker fired a shot into the left-hand corner of the post after goalkeeper Lindahl left the ball loose while trying to push away a cross. The game was quickly tied. 1:15 PM4 months ago53' GOOOOAL for SwedenFridolina Rolfö! The Swedish striker entered the box and shot low to the right post to beat goalkeeper Thalmann. 1:13 PM4 months ago52' Sweden had it! Thalmann made a good save to keep out the striker's shot on her way into the box.
The players still look very uncomfortable on the field. 12:02 PM4 months agoMatch startsThe game between Sweden and Switzerland is underway. 12:00 PM4 months agoTeams on the fieldThe players of Sweden and Switzerland take the field at Bramall Lane. 11:55 AM4 months agoMatch officialsReferee: Marta Huerta De Aza - Spain Assistant No. 1: Guadalupe Porras Ayuso - Spain Assistant No. 2: Francesca Di Monte - Italy Fourth Official: Emikar Caldera Barrera - Venezuela VAR: José María Sánchez - Spain Assistant VAR: Guillermo Cuadra Fernández - Spain11:50 AM4 months agoSubstitutes - Switzerland12. Livia Peng (GK), 21.
Highlights and goals: Sweden 2-1 Switzerland in UEFA Women's EURO 2022 | 07/13/20221:56 PM4 months ago90+6' End of the match! The match is over! Sweden beat Switzerland 2-1 in the second matchday of UEFA Women's EURO 2022 Group C. 1:50 PM4 months ago90' Additional timeSix more minutes will be played in the match. 1:50 PM4 months ago89' VAR Decision: ¡No goal! The referee is told by her assistants that she must overrule the play. 1:48 PM4 months ago88' GOOOOAL for SwedenREBECKA BLOMQVIST! The striker scores after an empty pass and a low finish inside the right post. The play is reviewed in the VAR. 1:47 PM4 months ago85' Last five minutesSwitzerland has not been able to respond to try to tie the game. Last five minutes.
Expect the Swiss to give the Swedish national team all they can handle as underdogs in this game. Sweden’s offense will look to find an identity after a lackluster performance in last week’s game, mustering up a mere 165 yards of total offense. Philip Juhlin will look to spread the ball around as a veteran quarterback. Look for the experienced passer to target Edvin Almeida and Kevin Börzei as Sweden needs to create some big plays on offense. Playmakers Oliver Lundberg, Anton Jallai and Johan Hallgren also hope to get some space to move the sticks more consistently for Sweden Defensively, however, Sweden looked great holding Serbia to 165 yards, blocking a punt for a touchdown and holding them to well under 200 yards. Coach BD Kennedy will have his defensive unit ready to go once again as veterans Mattias Erikson and Malcolm Engstrom look to get Sweden back in gold contention.
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