Not much has changed between Spain and Germany since the final of the U-17 European Championship, with just three and two changes in the two squads, respectively.
Germany will take on Spain in the semifinal of the FIFA women’sU-17 World Cup in what will be a reprise of the European Championship final from the summer. The Spaniards will get an occasion to retaliate the penalty shootout loss then at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium on Wednesday.
“ I always say football is a endless vengeance, ” said the Spanish trainer Kenio Gonzalo.
Not much has changed between the two sides since also. Spain and Germany have nearly the same outfits as the Euros with just three and two changes, independently. Germany, still, will be without its head trainer Friederike Kromp, who tested positive for Covid- 19 before the platoon’s quarterfinal, on the touchline.
Julia Simic, the German adjunct trainer, expects an violent hassle against Spain. “ We’re looking forward to an violent game. We played them doubly in a friendly and the Euros, and they were the most violent games. You ca n’t switch off against them. We want to go for the palm, ” said Simic.
Defending champion Spain has n’t had the smoothest of runs despite its dominance with the ball( 68 average possession) and attacking approach( 75 shots). All their four pretensions have come after the 60- nanosecond mark and it needed the individual brilliance of midfielder Vicky Lopez to score doubly in the final many twinkles against a strong Japan to earn a comeback palm.
Germany, on the other hand, has had a strong run to the last four stages with 13 pretensions to its name and seven different goal scorers.
The Euro winners controlled the quarterfinal palm over Brazil to reach its first semifinal since 2012. The return of attacking midfielder Alara Shitler, who was n’t involved against Brazil, will add further creativity to the German attack.
In the first semifinal of the day, Colombia faces Nigeria as they both end for a major final situation. Nigeria did the unbelievable by getting past the United States of America in the quarterfinal, while Colombia took piecemeal Tanzania to reach the last four.
In Colombia’s four matches, it has mixed its style against different opponents. Las Cafeteras were happy in conceding possession and soaking up the pressure before hitting on thecounter-attack against Spain and Mexico but were assertive with the ball when it went up against China and Tanzania.
Carlos Alberto Paniagua’s women will probably go on the descent when it goes up against the Flamingoes and one can anticipate a back- and- forth contest.
Nigeria, too, has had dominant jaunts so far with its pace in attack, while defending the spaces as a collaborative in front of tougher opponents.
Nigerian midfielder Emmanuel Blessing said the platoon is thriving off the support from back home. ” The further is veritably high after beating the USA, ” she said.
The Colombia trainer was reminded of Nigeria’s literal success in the once two meetings in the event in 2012 and 2014. “ We’ve a saying in Colombia that you’ll be third time lucky. As a group, we’re in high spirits. We do n’t want to lose this beautiful occasion to get to the final. Our dream is to go back home with the World Cup, ” said Paniagua.
Colombian striker Linda Caicedo, who went off injured in the quarterfinal palm, has returned to training and is anticipated to take her place in the starting XI. Know More Latest News…