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Cymru vs. Germany | 2025 European Women’s Championship – UWNL League Stage – Grp A3

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      1. Match Summary

        Cymru draw 0-0 with world no.6 Germany to conclude their UEFA Nations League campaign. With relegation to League B already confirmed Gemma Grainger’s side had nothing to lose tonight at Swansea.com stadium.

        Cymru got off on the front foot in the opening half. Rachel Rowe looked to put Cymru ahead early when Sophie Ingle put her through on goal, she struck hard and low and her effort ricocheted off the post before deflecting off Merle Frohms for a corner.

        Brand provided a rather quiet German side with their first chance when she flew through the Cymru box delivering a shot which drifted past the front of the goal. Not only did Cymru prove a threat upfront but defended well with Gemma Evans executing several crucial tackles throughout the night.

        After the break, the Germans cranked it up a notch in their efforts to push ahead and secure a goal. Olivia Clarke stepped up again to tip over Elisa Senß’s effort from the edge of the box.

        Cymru looked eager for a win in the game and made a double substitution with Ceri Holland and Ella Powell entering the pitch. Holland was quick to make an impact with a shot that drifted over the crossbar following a strong counter-attack.

        Germany struggled to create chances throughout the match and waited until the final minutes to pile the pressure on. Grainger’s side remained strong throughout, with last-ditch defending from Kayleigh Green, RhIannon Roberts and Ingle to see out the game and take home their first point of the campaign.

        Despite relegation already decided, tonight provided a positive note to end the year on and a glimpse of what’s to come from Cymru in 2024 as we enter our UEFA EURO 2025 Qualifying journey.

      2. Substitution

        MORGAN Ffion Alys replaces FISHLOCK Jessica Anne

      3. Cymru will take 0-0 draw to world no.6 Germany. While not the campaign we were hoping for tonight ends on a positive note of what’s to come from Cymru in 2024 💪

        An impressive performance from Grainger’s side who created chances and defended well to keep the German’s pretty quiet and take home a well earned point.

      4. Last ditch tackles from Roberts and Ingle as Germany pile on the pressure in the final minutes!

      5. Another save from Clarke to keep Cymru level after Buhl’s low strike at goal.

      6. Last ditch clearance from K.Green to deny Popp a shot on goal!

      7. Substitution

        LENA LATTWEIN replaces SJOEKE NÜSKEN

      8. Substitution

        LENA PETERMANN replaces KATHRIN HENDRICH

      9. Substitution

        GREEN Kayleigh replaces HUGHES Elise

      10. Dallman has a shot on goal for Germany after dribbling through the box but it’s a comfortable save for Clarke.

      11. James takes the corner for Cymru, it’s punched clear by Frohms before Holland picks up the loose ball sending it to Fishlock and her effort is saved.

      12. Substitution

        NICOLE ANYOMI replaces JULE BRAND

      13. A good attacking spell from Cymru ends in a shot from Holland which just breezes over the crossbar!

      14. Substitution

        POWELL Ella replaces WOODHAM Lily

      15. Substitution

        HOLLAND Ceri replaces ROWE Rachel

      16. Great save by Clarke to tip the ball over the bar following a Senß’s strike from the edge of the box!

      17. Woodham pings the corner to find Evans and her volley is picked up by Frohms.

      18. Action is back under way. Popp takes the free-kick for Germany and it’s safely into the hands of Clarke.

      19. Substitution

        LINDA DALLMANN replaces SVENJA HUTH

      20. Substitution

        GIULIA GWINN replaces PAULINA KRUMBIEGEL

      21. And we’re level at half-time! Despite no goals it has been a solid first 45 minutes for Cymru who have kept the German’s at bay!
        Cymru saw most of the posession with a few chances whilst Germany have looked rather quiet.

        It is all still to play for in the second-half🙌

      22. Linder strikes just over the crossbar for Germany! Their first real chance of the game.

      23. Corner for Cymru. Woodham takes and it’s picked up in the box before falling to Ingle who volley’s the loose ball but it’s cleared for another corner.

      24. Crunching tackle from Gemma Evans to stop Germany in the counterattack!

      25. Brand with Germany’s first chance of the game as she dribbles through the defence and shoots passed the goal line.

      26. CYFlE! Ingle breaks through the defence to find Rowe! She strikes low and it hits the post before being saved by the keeper!

      27. The crowd erupt every time Cymru are on the ball! Fantastic support here at Swansea.com ❤️

      28. TÎM 🫶

      29. A good attacking phase for Wales as another corner is won. Rowe takes and the ball just skims Hughes head!

        A positive start for Wales 💪

      30. Rowe takes the corner finding Ingle whose volley is well saved by the German keeper!!

      31. Elise Hughes wins us our first corner of the game after her shot is deflected.

      32. And we’re off! C’MON CYMRU!!!

      33. Your final Cymru tîm of the year! 🙌

        Gemma Grainger has made three changes since our defeat to Iceland, with Josie Green, Charlie Estcourt and Elise Hughes all coming into the starting eleven!

      34. Two hours until kick-off!

        Tonight concludes this UEFA Nations League campaign, the sides last met in October in Sinsheim which resulted in a 5-1 win for Germany.

      35. There is no live report available for this match

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