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Armenia Women’s national team lost to Poland
08.04.202200:09
Armenia Women’s national team lost to Poland

Women’s World Cup 2023 qualifying round match between Poland and Armenia took place in Polish city Gdinya on April 7. Poland won with a score of 12:0.

 

 

 

Poland – Armenia 12:0 (6:0) 

Stadion Miejski w Gdyni, Gdynia

Referee: Désirée Grundbacher (SUI)

Goalscorers: Karczewska, 4, 24, 27, 46, 51, 73, Zawistowska, 17, 58, Grabowska, 44, Achcinska, 45+2, Buszewska, 65, Zapala, 67

   

Poland

22. Kinga Szemik, 3. Gabriela Grzywinska (5. Klaudia Lefeld, 68), 4. Paulina Dudek (c), 7. Malgorzata Mesjasz, 10. Weronika Zawistowska (13. Klaudia Maciazka, 68), 14. Anna Zapala, 16. Dominika Grabowska, 17. Zofia Buszewska, 18. Nikol Kaletka (21. Weronika Kaczor, 75), 20. Nikola Karczewska (9. Ewa Pajor, 75), 23. Adriana Achcinska (8. Kinga Kozak, 90+2)

Substitutes: 1. Katarzyna Kiedrzynek, 12. Karolina Klabis, 6. Anna Redzia, 11. Dominika Kopinska, 15. Katarzyna Konat, 19. Natalia Padilla-Bidas

Head coach: Nina Patalon

 

Armenia

1.Anastasia Klimova (12. Mariam Tsolakyan, 37), 3. Liana Ghazaryan, 4. Maria Sakhinova (10. Armine Khachatryan, 70), 5. Ani Karapetyan (9. Oksanna Pizlova, 70), 7. Nancy Avesyan (18. Veronika Asatryan, 60), 8. Maral Artin (c), 13. Sydney Vermillion, 14. Claudia Cholakian, 17. Nora Yeghyan, 20. Anna Dallakyan, 22. Ani Ghukasyan

Substitutes2. Diana Grigoryan, 11. Luiza Ghazaryan, 15. Anyuta Galstyan, 21. Heghine Chopikyan

Head coach: Artak Adamyan

 

VBET Armenian Premier League

N Teams GP Pts
1. FC Pyunik 32 75
2. Ararat-Armenia 32 74
3. FC Alashkert 32 51
4. FC Ararat 32 46
5. Urartu 32 40
6. Noah 32 39
7. Noravank 32 28
8. Van 32 25
9. CSKA 32 18