Qualifying round (Group 6 : NOR / RUS / POL / AUT / ISR) - 23/08/2007 - 18:30CET (18:30 local time) - ADA Stadion Anger - Anger
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Russia look good in Anger

Published: Thursday 23 August 2007, 17.06CET
Austria 1-5 Russia Russia moved to the top of UEFA WOMEN'S EURO 2009™ qualifying Group 6 with an emphatic comeback win in Anger.

Match statistics

AustriaRussia

Goals scored1
 
5
Attempts on target1
 
5
Attempts off target0
 
0
Corners0
 
0
Fouls committed0
 
0
Yellow cards0
 
0
Red Cards0
 
0

Standings

Group 6 : NOR / RUS / POL / AUT / ISR

PPts
Russia Russia39
Poland Poland47
Norway Norway26
Israel Israel41
Austria Austria30
Last updated: 19/04/2013 10:41 CET

Legend:

P: Played   
Pts: Points   
Published: Thursday 23 August 2007, 17.06CET

Russia look good in Anger

Austria 1-5 Russia Russia moved to the top of UEFA WOMEN'S EURO 2009™ qualifying Group 6 with an emphatic comeback win in Anger.

Russia moved to the top of UEFA WOMEN'S EURO 2009™ qualifying Group 6 with an emphatic comeback win in Austria.

Shock opener
A crowd of 1,500 saw Ernst Weber's side take a shock lead after six minutes as Viktoria Schnaderbeck crossed for Irene Fuhrmann to thunder an unstoppable volley past Russia goalkeeper Elvira Todua. However, they could not carry their lead until the interval as Olesya Kurochkina managed to find the target for the visitors after 36 minutes.

Russia revived
Russia showed their class in the second half with Natalia Mokashanova and substitute Natalia Barbashina both scoring twice to send Yuri Bystritsky's side back to the top of the section on head-to-head record above Poland, with their vital trip to Norway on 27 October next on their agenda. Weber, whose side face Israel in their next qualifier on Sunday with both teams on one point, said: "We did well against the group's favourite for an hour and then our physical strength failed. Russia are the strongest side in the group and are unbeatable for us, but against Israel we have to get three points."

Last updated: 27/03/13 7.20CET

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Lineups

Austria

Austria

Russia

Russia

3
BergerIsabella Berger
Substitution67
2
DyachkovaMaria Dyachkova
11
BurgerNina Burger
Substitution78
4
KozhnikovaAnna Kozhnikova
8
FuhrmannIrene Fuhrmann
Goal6
10
KurochkinaOlesya Kurochkina
Goal36
6
HanschitzMarlies Hanschitz
17
ShlyapinaNatalia Shlyapina
Goal48
Goal65
1
LeitnerBirgit Leitner (GK)
9
MorozovaElena Morozova
10
SchnaderbeckViktoria Schnaderbeck
6
PertsevaNatalia Pertseva
Substitution46
7
SpielerSonja Spieler (C)
8
SavchenkovaValentina Savchenkova
Substitution46
2
WenningerCarina Wenninger
16
SergaevaOlga Sergaeva
5
FischerMélanie Fischer
5
SkotnikovaTatiana Skotnikova (C)
4
HöllmüllerKathrin Höllmüller
1
ToduaElvira Todua (GK)
9
StrakaKertsin Straka
Substitution46
3
TsybutovichKsenia Tsybutovich

Substitutes

17
GstöttnerMaria Gstöttner
Substitution67
20
BarbashinaNatalia Barbashina
Substitution46
Goal62
Goal90+3
12
LegensteinTanja Legenstein
Substitution46
18
KremlevaOlga Kremleva
Substitution46
13
GahleitnerSusanna Gahleitner
11
LetyushovaOlga Letyushova
14
PfaffenederSonja Pfaffeneder
Substitution78
14
PetrovaOlga Petrova
21
BelschakKathrin Belschak (GK)
12
PigalevaMaria Pigaleva (GK)
Substitution69
13
SidorovskayaAlla Sidorovskaya
Substitution69
15
LevykinaNadezhda Levykina

Coach

Ernst Weber (AUT) Iouri Bystritsky (RUS)

Referee

Maaren Olander (EST)

Assistant referees

Jaanus Mutli (EST), Rein Pajunurm (EST)

Fourth official

Christine Bango (AUT)

Legend:

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  • Own goalOwn goal
  • PenaltiesPenalties
  • Missed PenaltiesMissed Penalties
  • reds_cardRed Cards
  • yellow_cardsYellow cards
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  • SubstitutionSubstitution