Lyon played with fire: Hegerberg embellished eleven statistics for wild goals

Lyon played with fire: Hegerberg embellished eleven statistics for wild goals

(Lyon – Brann 3-1) An ugly defensive error led to Ada Hegerberg scoring the 61st goal in the Champions League. However, there was improvement for Brann’s Justine Kyland, who left her mark on the scoresheet.


61 goals in 64 matches in the prestigious tournament is Norway’s super striker.

After Wednesday’s goal against Brann, Hegerberg raised the record for the player who has scored the most in the Champions League at women’s level.

At the bottom of the list is No. 2, Anja Mittag, who is now retired. She scored 51 goals.

Father Stein Erik Hegerberg was present in Lyon. Hegerberg’s performance was summarized as follows:

-She’s on her way back. If she had come back, she would have scored two goals today. She needs just 90 minutes to be herself again. But I am very happy with it today,” he told NRK during the break.

This fall, Hegerberg suffered a stress injury and was therefore substituted after 65 minutes.

– There was a class difference, says NRK expert Karl-Erik Torp about the power difference between the two teams.

Numerous Injuries: Hegerberg has suffered from a number of injuries in recent years.  And now it looks like she's on her way back.  It bodes well for both Lyon and Norway.

Both the first score and Hegerberg’s second goal came after ugly defensive errors by Brann’s side.

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First, Caroline Hoogland tried to pass the ball to Marit Brattberg Lund in her own half, but instead she passed the ball to Kadidiato Diani. The French woman hit the ball into the roof of the net.

When Hegerberg scored, Brann tried to play. Martine Østenstad got the ball, but came under tremendous pressure and lost the ball. Thus Hegerberg was able to put the ball into the goal from close range.

– It just looks stupid. Ostenstad is unable to move. Torp says there were two critical errors that led to both results.

– It’s painful to see the defensive game here, says NRK expert Alexander Shaw.

After the break, Diagne scored his second goal of the evening.

– They punish us severely when we make mistakes. Of course it’s boring to lose, but we will really be able to see where the list falls, says Signe Gaupset to NRK.

Delivered: Signe Gauset.  Here is from the previous Champions League match against St. Pölten.

There were few who would give Brann a chance away from home against one of the best teams in the world. In the local league, Lyon won ten out of ten, and the goal difference was 46-4.

However, there was a hole in the boil.

Justine Kelland reduced for Brann after 72 minutes. This goal came after Raquel Ingesvik served Kyland in the penalty area.

In addition to Kielland and Ingesvik, 18-year-old Gaubset received plenty of praise for his performance against the first team.

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She was involved in most of the chances created by Brann, and was active and free as she progressed and developed into many experienced players on the international stage.

– I think this deserves respect, says NRK expert Ingrid Kvernvolden.

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The match against Lyon came too soon for Ada’s sister, Andrine Hegerberg. She had to watch the match from home after being sidelined for four months due to a knee injury.

St. Pölten and Slavia Praha met earlier on Wednesday. That match ended 0-0, a dream result for Brann, who now has every chance of advancing to the quarter-finals.

Brann is at the top of the group with six points. Lyon leads by nine points.

Brann has two matches remaining. Lyon is at home and Slavia Prague is away, each with one point.


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