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France defeated Iceland 2-0 to record a second successive victory in qualifying for the 2005 UEFA European Women's Championship.
Against a strong Iceland side in Bonneuil-sur-Marne on Monday, the first half was a tight affair, but the breakthrough arrived five minutes into the second period as a Sonia Bompastor cross was converted by Stéphanie Mugneret-Béghé to give the home side the lead.
The goal gave Elisabeth Loisel's team the momentum to push forward, and 12 minutes later the match was effectively ended as a contest as another Bompastor cross found Laetitia Tonazzi, who headed France into a two-goal lead.
The win, coupled with France's 4-0 victory against Hungary in May, meant that Loisel's side have a maximum six points from two matches, and lie a point behind Group 3 leaders Russia with a game in hand. Iceland dropped to third place with four points from three matches.
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