Qualifying round (Group 2 : SWE / ITA / HUN / IRL / ROU) - 03/05/2008 - 13:00CET (13:00 local time) - Sóstói - Szekesfehervar
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Sweden strike six to go top

Published: Saturday 3 May 2008, 15.45CET
Hungary 0-6 Sweden
Sweden moved to the top of Group 2 with a comfortable win in Hungary keeping up their perfect record of four wins without a goal conceded.

Standings

Group 2 : SWE / ITA / HUN / IRL / ROU

PPts
Sweden Sweden412
Italy Italy512
Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland612
Romania Romania51
Hungary Hungary61
Last updated: 19/04/2013 10:41 CET

Legend:

P: Played   
Pts: Points   
Published: Saturday 3 May 2008, 15.45CET

Sweden strike six to go top

Hungary 0-6 Sweden
Sweden moved to the top of Group 2 with a comfortable win in Hungary keeping up their perfect record of four wins without a goal conceded.

Sweden moved to the top of UEFA WOMEN'S EURO 2009™ qualifying Group 2 with a comfortable win in Hungary.

Perfect record
Having won all three of their games before today without conceding a goal, Sweden have now caught Italy and the Republic of Ireland on 12 points, but with one and two games in hand respectively. A defeat of Italy on Wednesday would take Sweden to within one victory of the finals in Finland.

Goals
Maria Karlsson gave Sweden the lead before Sara Larsson added another midway through the first half. Therese Lundin made it 3-0 at the break before Nilla Fischer, Lundin against and Josefine Öqvist wrapped up the win. Hungary visit Romania on 28 May hoping to climb of the bottom of the group.

Last updated: 27/03/13 6.49CET

http://www.uefa.com/womenseuro/season=2009/matches/round=2381/match=85417/postmatch/report/index.html#sweden+strike

Lineups

Hungary

Hungary

Sweden

Sweden

1
SzvordaMelinda Szvorda (GK)
1
LindahlHedvig Lindahl (GK)
3
SümegiÉva Sümegi (C)
2
RohlinCharlotte Rohlin
5
SzekérAnita Szekér
5
SegerCaroline Seger (C)
Substitution78
6
SmuczerAngéla Smuczer
6
ThunebroSara Thunebro
8
PádárAnita Pádár
7
S. LarssonSara Larsson
Goal23
9
GaspárCecilia Gaspár
Substitution82
8
M. KarlssonMaria Karlsson
Goal12
11
NagyAnett Nagy
9
LundinTherese Lundin
Goal34
Goal69
13
BenkõMonika Benkõ
Substitution71
10
LandströmJessica Landström
Substitution62
14
JakabfiZsanett Jakabfi
13
ÖstbergFrida Östberg
15
KantaKrisztina Kanta
Substitution71
15
SjögranTherese Sjögran
Substitution67
18
TálosiSzabina Tálosi
18
FischerNilla Fischer
Goal37

Substitutes

12
ŠipošHajnalka Šipoš (GK)
12
K. HammarströmKristin Hammarström (GK)
2
StefánAnita Stefán
Substitution71
3
SegerströmStina Segerström
4
SzeitlSzilvia Szeitl
4
NilssonLina Nilsson
7
G. TóthGabriella Tóth
Substitution82
11
AronssonMaria Aronsson
Substitution62
10
FoglKatalin Fogl
14
EdlundMadelaine Edlund
Substitution67
Goal79
16
GálTímea Gál
Substitution71
14
ÖqvistJosefine Öqvist
17
FerencsikEvelin Ferencsik
17
AlmgrenJohanna Almgren
Substitution78

Coach

Attila Vágó (HUN) Thomas Dennerby (SWE)

Referee

Snjezana Focic (CRO)

Assistant referees

Blaženka Logarušić (CRO), Lidija Kraljić (CRO)

Fourth official

Brigitta Makkosne Petz (HUN)

Legend:

  • GoalsGoals
  • Own goalOwn goal
  • PenaltiesPenalties
  • Missed PenaltiesMissed Penalties
  • reds_cardRed Cards
  • yellow_cardsYellow cards
  • yellow_red_cardsYellow/red card
  • SubstitutionSubstitution