International Watch: Corredera features

Marta Corredera

Plenty of Arsenal Ladies were in action during the recent international break! Find out who played when and how they performed below.



Alex Scott England

Alex Scott, Casey Stoney, Dan Carter, Fara Williams, Jordan Nobbs 
Thursday, September 15, England 5-0 Estonia
Tuesday, September 20, Belgium 0-2 England
Dan Carter played the full 90 minutes and scored a hat-trick as England beat Estonia in their EURO 2017 qualifier on Thursday. The Arsenal Ladies forward opened the scoring after nine minutes, with Jill Scott scoring England’s second goal. Carter found the net again in the first half, before completing her hat-trick in the 59th minute. A penalty from Karen Carney rounded off the scoring.
Jordan Nobbs also played the full 90 minutes, while Alex Scott was an unused substitute. Fara Williams did not feature.



Jordan Nobbs played 90 minutes as England beat Belgium 2-0 in Leuven to finish top of their EURO 2017 qualifying group. Goals from Nikita Parris and Karen Carney were enough to seal the win. Dan Carter played the first half, with Alex Scott as an unused substitute. Casey Stoney and Fara Williams did not feature.



Marta Corredera Spain

Marta Corredera, Vicky Losada
Thursday, September 15, Spain 13-0 Montenegro
Tuesday, September 20, Spain 5-0 Finland
Marta Corredera and Vicky Losada were both among the goals as Spain trounced Montenegro 13-0 in Madrid. Veronica Bouquet scored twice before Sonia Bermudez added the third goal. Amanda Sampedro then made it 4-0 before Bermudez grabbed another two goals. Corredera then found the net to make it 7-0 after 25 minutes. Boquete scored twice more, before Bermudez found the game’s 10th goal. Losada added the 11th with 16 minutes remaining, before Alex Putellas and Bermudez completed the scoring.  



Marta Corredera played 90 minutes as Spain recorded a 5-0 win over Finland. Marta Torrejon opened the scoring before an Irene Hernandez double. Amanda Sampedro scored the game’s fourth goal before Jennifer Hermoso rounded things off. Vicky Losada was an unused substitute.



Josephine Henning Germany

Josephine Henning
Friday, September 16, Russia 0-4 Germany
Tuesday, September 20, Hungary 0-1 Germany
Josephine Henning played the first half as Germany kept a clean sheet and won 4-0 against Russia in Khimki. Steffi Jones’ side took the lead when Ksenia Tsybutovich scored an own goal, before doubling their lead when Leonie Maier found the net. Kathrin-Julia Hendrich and Lena Petermann were also on target for the visitors.



Josephine Henning played the full match as Germany picked up a narrow 1-0 win over Hungary. Viktoria Szabo’s own goal was all that separated the two sides.



Emma Mitchell Scotland

Emma Mitchell
Tuesday, September 20, Iceland 1-2 Scotland
Emma Mitchell played 90 minutes as Scotland won away in Iceland. Jane Ross gave the visitors the lead before Fanndis Fredriksdottir levelled the scores. Ross then struck again to win the game for Scotland.



Danielle Van de Donk Netherlands

Danielle Van de Donk, Dominique Janssen, Sari Van Veenendaal
Tuesday, September 20, USA 3-1 Netherlands
Sari van Veenendaal, Dominique Janssen and Danielle van de Donk all played 90 minutes as the Netherlands lost 3-1 to the United States. Shanice van de Sanden’s second-minute strike gave the visitors the lead before a Carli Lloyd double and an own goal from Mandy van den Berg won the game for the hosts.



Katie McCabe Ireland

Katie McCabe
Tuesday, September 20, Ireland 0-1 Portugal
Katie McCabe played 90 minutes as Ireland lost 1-0 to Portugal at Taillight Stadium. Claudia Neto’s strike sealed the win for the visitors.


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