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Swiss Women's National Team

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The Swiss women's national team is on the right track with their preparation for the Olympic Games: The Swiss beat Germany with 2-0 and 2-1 in Zuchwil this weekend. The four goals were recorded by four different players.

Photo: athleticpictures.ch / Andreas Haas

Head coach Daniela Diaz was satisfied with the performance of her team in the two games: "We've seen a lot and we'll now make the roster decision for the games in November, December, and January. It was important that we were able to improve our performance from period to period and were able to win the games with a great effort in the third period."

Alina Müller (photo) and Nina Waidacher on Saturday, as well as Christine Meier and Tess Allemann on Sunday, lead the team to victory with their goals. The Swiss played without those players who were busy in Sweden, the USA or Canada this weekend. It is to be expected, however, that they will be part of the roster for the Halloween Cup, which will take place in November.

Switzerland - Germany 2-0 (0-0, 0-0, 2-0) 

Goals: 42. Müller (Sara Benz, Nina Waidacher) 1:0. 57. Nina Waidacher (Müller, Sara Benz) 2:0.

Penalties: 4 x 2 minutes against Switzerland, 2 x 2 minutes against Germany.

Switzerland: Brändli; Sigrist, Bullo; Thalmann, Gass; Forster, Laura Benz; Wetli, Vallario; Isabel Waidacher, Meier, Raselli; Rüedi, Müller, Rüegg;  Nina Waidacher, Ryser, Sara Benz;  Monika Waidacher, Allemann, Fischer.

Remarks: Shots: 20 to 21 against Switzerland.

 

Switzerland - Germany 2-1 (0-0, 0-0, 2-1) 

Goals: 52. Meier (Raselli, Isabel Waidacher) 1:0. 54. Allemann (Rüegg, Bullo) 2:0. 55. Delarbre 2:1

Penalties: 3 x 2 minutes against Switzerland, 5 x 2 minutes against Germany.

Switzerland: Maurer; Thalmann, Forster; Gass, Meier; Sigrist, Laura Benz, Vallario; Ninq Waidacher, Raselli, Bullo; Isabel Waidacher,  Müller, Sara Benz; Monika Waidacher, Rüegg, Rüedi; Fischer, Allemann, Ryser.

Remarks: Switzerland without Wetli (healthy scratch). Shots: 44 to 28 for Switzerland.

Last Update: 08 October 2017, 06:41 PM | dmo/mso/jca

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