After 1: 1 against Spain at the beginning of the tournament, Bundestrainer Martina Voss-Tecklenburg changed her starting eleven to the same seven positions: only Feldkamp, Bühl, Brand and Player Magull again stood again in the launch.
A standard brings Canada in the lead
The game started completely bad for the DFB women, because with the first chance Kanada was in the lead: a corner of the right side headed Gilles to 1: 0 (7.). It was generally a first half with barely scorchancies. But a big opportunity could have got the eleven of Voss-Tecklenburg, but a penalty whistle remained after Gilles blocked the shot of Magull with his arm. Here you could have been able to show the point.
Otherwise, Germany was offensive for a long time. Shortly before the break, however, there were two good degrees: Bühl’s Schlenzer parished Sheridan class (42.) and Feldkamps Shot went past the left (45- + 2). Thus, it went with the scarce guidance for the Canadians in the cabins.
Berger in happiness – Gwinn misses the compensation
Prince offered a good chance to 2-0, but they praised (47.). Great luck had Torfrau Berger, when her emergency brake remained unexpectedly before the criminal area edge (52.). In the course of the second passage, the DFB women then got better in the encounter. The Dongus Dongus Distance Shot was too central (67.). Dangerous was the substitute Gwinn, which fails to the beautiful pass of Anyomi with their flat shot at Torfrau Sheridan (71.). The German women threw everything forward, but the compensation should not succeed.
Thus, the DFB women have only one point after two games of the mini tournament. Continue on Wednesday evening (20.30 clock) with the last game of the competition against host England.