Find out Josephine Henning performed for Germany in Rio.
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Friday, August 19, Sweden 1-2 Germany
Tuesday, August 16, Canada 0-2 Germany
Friday, August 12, Germany 1-0 China
Tuesday, August 8, Germany 1-2 Canada
Saturday, August 6, Germany 2-2 Australia
Wednesday, August 3, Zimbabwe 1-6 Germany
Josephine Henning was an unused substitute as Germany beat Sweden 2-1 in Friday night’s final in Rio.
Two second-half strikes saw Silvia Neid sign off an 11-year managerial spell with a gold medal at the Maracana, with Dzsenifer Marozsan opening the scoring before Linda Sembrant scored an own goal.
Stina Blackstenius reduced the deficit for Sweden, but Germany held their nerve to give Neid the perfect send-off and end as tournament winners.
Josephine Henning was also an unused substitute as Germany beat Canada in the semi-finals in Rio de Janeiro. Melanie Behringer opened the scoring, converting a penalty after Kadeisha Buchanan felled Alexandra Popp. Germany then added a second goal just moments before the hour mark when Sara Daebritz found the net.
Henning was an unused substitute as Germany beat China 1-0 in Rio. Melanie Behringer's goal was enough to seperate the two sides.
Henning played 45 minutes of Germany's 2-1 defeat against Canada. Melanie Behringer put Germany in front before Melissa Tancredi scored twice.
Henning played 45 minutes of Germany’s 2-2 draw with Australia in Rio. Samantha Kerr opened the scoring, before Caitlin Foord doubled the Australian's advantage. Sara Dabritz pulled one back for Germany before the break, before Saskia Bartusiak fired home a dramatic equaliser with two minutes remaining.
Henning was also an unused substitute in Germany’s 6-1 win against Zimbabwe. Dabritz opened the scoring, before Alexandra Popp doubled their advantage. Kudakwashe Basopo pulled one back for Zimbabwe, but Melanie Behringer then hit a brace. Melanie Leupolz added a fifth, while Eunice Chibanda added an own goal.