'Job done': ベルギーがアルメニアを槌で打つ 19-0 in Women's World Cup qualifying to set team record

ベルギーはアルメニアを全滅させた 19-0 on Thursday night in their Women’s World Cup qualifying 衝突.

キャプテンTessaWullaertは5回得点しました, while Amber Tysiak and Tine De Caigny どちらも netted hat-tricks.
Janice Cayman, Hannah Eurlings and Jarne Teulings scored twice each and goals for Justine Vanhaevermaet and Sarah Wijnants 完了 the rout in Leuven.
    The 19-goal margin smashed the team’s previous goals record of 12-0 set against Moldova in September 2017.
      The official Twitter account of the Red Flames celebrated the emphatic victory with a simple tweet: “Job done.
        Belgium’s heavy winning margin was not a record though; there are four occasions where a team has won by a 21-goal margin.
        に 1997, in its first international match, Guam lost 21-0 to Japan. に 1998, Canada beat Puerto Rico 21-0 in Toronto in the 1998 CONCACAF Women’s Championship.
          And in Oceania’s Women’s Championship tournament in 1998, New Zealand beat Samoaits first internationaland Australia smashed American Samoa, both with a score of 21-0.
          Extraordinarily, Belgium had raced into a 10-goal lead after just 34 minutes against Armenia. By halftime, the lead was 11-0, a lead the official team website 説明 なので “solid.
          ベルギー's Wullaert and Armenia's Karine Yeghyan pictured in action.

          It took the team just five minutes after halftime to equal the team’s previous record, with Wullaert finishing between four defenders.
          The scoring rate slowed down somewhat afterwards, with WullaertBelgium’s all-time top scorerscoring her fifth in the 92nd minute only for Teulings to wrap up the victory two minutes later.
          A true monster score,” the Belgium team website と呼ばれる the win, which bolsters the team’s hopes of qualifying after a disappointing 4-0 defeat to Norway in their last match.
            Belgium now sits in third, three points behind Norway, and will face Polandwho sit second, one point ahead of Belgiumnext time out.
            It wasn’t the only game that was packed with goals, as Spain beat the Faroe Islands 12-0 and Northern Ireland won 11-0 away at North Macedonia.