10/13/2021 at 11:14 PM CEST
A hat trick from Danish Caroline Moller In the first half, it laid the groundwork for a comfortable Real Madrid victory over Icelandic Breidablik (5-0) on their home debut in the group stage of the Women’s Champions League.
Messe; Ivana Andrés, Galvez, Peter; Kenti Robles (Nahikari, min.53), Lorena Navarro, Zornoza (Corredera, min.53), Claudia Florentino (Carmona, min.46), Lucía Rodríguez; Athénée et Moller (Match, min.73).
Ivarsdottir; A. Arnadottir, K. Arnadottir, Lillyardottir, Halldorsdottir; Antonsdottir (Sigurgeirsdottir, min, 62), Tomasdottir (Kristjansdottir, min.89) Ziemer (Fiedriksdottir, min.89); Magnusdottir (Georgsdottir, min.89), McCarty (Soree, min.62) and Albertsdottir.
1-0, M.5 : Moller. 2-0, M.19 : Moller. 3-0, M.42 : Moller. 4-0, M.47 : Carmona. 5-0, M.88 : Lorena Navarro.
Sandra Bastos (POR). The admoneste Halldorsdottir (min.44).
Alfredo Di Stefano. 473 spectators.
The White team began to be determined to score quickly to avoid surprises. And it only took five minutes to do it. It was carried out by Moller herself, who after a first warning received a good pass between the lines of the right of the Mexican Kenti Robles to control delicately and define with force.
It was the first bar of his private recital. Eager to learn more, she kicked the ball off after a good combination with Athenea and immediately moved a few inches from the goalkeeper head-to-head. The luck he lacked there was near the twentieth minute, when a ball caught under the sticks by a rival defense fell on his feet and then set calmly..
There was still dynamite left for the Dane, who shortly before the break put the icing on a great team game that was born on a wall of Kenti Robles with Lorena Navarro and followed by further assistance from the Mexican culminating in the heart of the region.
Back in the green, the festival continued. And he was joined by Olga Carmona, who just entered the playing field won a ball under pressure and, with the help of Moller’s pass, scored the fourth goal of the night.
Despite the comfortable advantage, the host did not back down, aware that the number of goals in his favor could ultimately be decisive in sealing the top spot. And had Nahikari the possibility of extending the rent, first with a shot that grazed the crossbar and then with a head in a comfortable position that came out too weak.
At the end it was Lorraine Navarro who closed the “little hand” with a close range shot.
With this result, the Whites added six points out of six possible and set their sights on Paris Saint-Germain, with whom they will likely end up fighting for the lead.