Qualifying round (Group 6 : NOR / RUS / POL / AUT / ISR) - 21/06/2008 - 18:00CET (18:00 local time) - Ertl Glas (SKU) - Amstetten
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Austria - Norway 0-4 - 21/06/2008 - Match page - UEFA Women's EURO 2009

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Norway keep on winning

Published: Saturday 21 June 2008, 9.45CET
Austria 0-4 Norway
Lene Mykjåland's hat-trick and a Solveig Gulbrandsen goal ensured Norway kept up their perfect record in Group 6.

Match statistics

AustriaNorway

Goals scored0
4
Attempts on target0
4
Attempts off target0
 
0
Corners0
 
0
Fouls committed0
 
0
Yellow cards1
 
0
Red Cards0
 
0

Standings

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

PPts
Norway Norway618
Russia Russia512
Poland Poland67
Austria Austria66
Israel Israel71
Last updated: 19/04/2013 10:41 CET

Legend:

P: Played   
Pts: Points   
Published: Saturday 21 June 2008, 9.45CET

Norway keep on winning

Austria 0-4 Norway
Lene Mykjåland's hat-trick and a Solveig Gulbrandsen goal ensured Norway kept up their perfect record in Group 6.

Norway kept up their perfect UEFA WOMEN'S EURO 2009™ qualifying record with a comfortable win in Austria.

Perfect run
Having won their first five Group 6 games, the 2005 runners-up added a sixth victory – and a 23rd goal without reply – against an Austria side on a high after their 4-2 victory in Poland last month. If Norway win in Poland on Wednesday, they would at worst only need to avoid a four-goal defeat in Russia on 2 October to top the group and reach the finals in Finland.

Early goals
The home side were never overwhelmed but fell behind on eight minutes when Ingvild Stensland's corner found Marit Fiane Christensen; her header was blocked by goalkeeper Birgit Leitner only for Lene Mykjåland to turn in the rebound. It was 2-0 eleven minutes later after good work from Lene Storløkken and Leni Larsen Kaurin set up Solveig Gulbrandsen.

Hat-trick complete
Just before the hour Norway scored a third. Again a Stensland corner was met by the head of Christensen and Mykjåland applied the finishing touch. Mykjåland completed her hat-trick with 17 minutes left after good work from Kaurin. Austria remain fourth although a point in Israel on Wednesday would take them above Poland should the latter lose to Norway.

Last updated: 27/03/13 6.45CET

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Lineups

Austria

Austria

Norway

Norway

1
LeitnerBirgit Leitner (GK)
1
SkarbøErika Skarbø (GK)
3
RuissInes Ruiss
2
StangelandAne Stangeland (C)
4
HanschitzMarlies Hanschitz
Yellow Card49
3
FølstadGunhild Følstad
5
HöllmüllerKathrin Höllmüller
4
StenslandIngvild Stensland
Substitution63
6
HöllerSusanna Höller
5
NordbySiri Nordby
Substitution70
7
GumpenbergerBirgit Gumpenberger
Substitution74
6
M. KnutsenMarie Knutsen
8
FuhrmannIrene Fuhrmann
Substitution58
8
GulbrandsenSolveig Gulbrandsen
Goal19
9
GröbnerMarion Gröbner
11
KaurinLeni Kaurin
Substitution75
10
BurgerNina Burger
17
MykjålandLene Mykjåland
Goal7
Goal58
Goal74
14
AignerNina Aigner (C)
19
ChristensenMarit Christensen
17
GstöttnerMaria Gstöttner
Substitution37
21
StorløkkenLene Storløkken

Substitutes

21
GrossmannSarah Grossmann (GK)
13
NilsenChristine Nilsen (GK)
2
KochSusanna Koch
7
RønningTrine Rønning
11
TieberElisabeth Tieber
Substitution58
9
HerlovsenIsabell Herlovsen
13
GahleitnerSusanna Gahleitner
Substitution37
14
G. KnutsenGuro Knutsen
Substitution75
15
LegensteinTanja Legenstein
Substitution74
15
LundMarita Lund
Substitution70
16
ProhaskaNadine Prohaska
16
ThorsnesElise Thorsnes
Substitution63
20
LieKristin Lie

Coach

Ernst Weber (AUT) Bjarne Berntsen (NOR)

Referee

Kateryna Monzul (UKR)

Assistant referees

Natalia Rachynska (UKR), Oksana Yermakova (UKR)

Fourth official

Christine Bango (AUT)

Legend:

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