Several European Championship qualifications has been played the last weeks. Iceland, with Malmö's Asthildur Helgadottir and Dora Stefansdottir, surprisingly defeated France 1-0 at home. "Iceland's finest victory ever", according to coach Eyjólfsson. In the match against Serbia a few days later a record crowd of 5,976 turned up - twice as high as any women's match at Iceland before - to see a comfortable 5-0 win, Stefansdottir scoring the opener already in the third minute.
Norway defeated Israel away 3-0, with Lise Klaveness (Umeå) and Bente Nordby (Djurgården) playing 90 minutes. A few days later they hosted Austria and won 3-0 again, Nordby in goal and Klaveness starting but substituted after 68 minutes.
In the African Olympic qualifications Nigeria advanced after coming back from a 1-0 away defeat to Algeria, winning the home leg with 6-0. Sunnanå's incoming striker Perpetua Nkwocha (joins July 1) showed form and scored a hat-trick for Nigeria. The Sweden based players did not travel. Cynthia Uwak (Falköping) has a minor knee injury, that has kept her on the sideline for the last few matches and Linköping's contract with Maureen Mmadu and Faith Ikidi keeps them in Sweden until the league takes the break for the World Cup in China.
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Ok, one link. Dedicated fans can find the entire Iceland-France match (including 30 minutes pregame conversations and reporting in Icelandic) at http://dagskra.ruv.is/streaming/clip/?file=4349929. The good stuff is 2 hours and 13 minutes in to the broadcast.
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