Valerenga outside the Champions League: a big loss after a strong start

Valerenga outside the Champions League: a big loss after a strong start

Vale (VG) (Valerenga – Real Madrid 0–3, aggregate 1–5) They put Real Madrid under pressure in the first 27 minutes. But Valerenga had to lose to Spanish supremacy.


Therefore, Valerenga Brann will not follow as the first Norwegian women’s team to reach the group stage of the Champions League. Bergens thrashed Glasgow City 6-0 in two legs. For Valerenga, it ended – as in 2021 – with a playoff loss.

But the opening was good

Real Madrid arrived in Oslo with the winner of the World Cup final, Olga Carmona, and seven new Spanish world champions. But Valerenga was the one who drove the car from the beginning.

Carmona actually lost the ball after three minutes. Felicia Roglic’s post ended with Selma Petersen putting the ball over her and setting the tone for the first part of the playoff.

The second part was about Olaug Tvedten.

Valerenga had their biggest chance after a Real Madrid handball outside the penalty area. Tvedten hit the crossbar.

The 6,341 spectators at Intility were a sensation.

Tvedtun was also close to a cross from Roglic, who tricked Real Carmona’s captain down the right wing. Moreover, the Western player crossed a few centimeters after 27 minutes.

Soon after, Real Madrid came out on top.

  • 0-1: Linda Cassido won a duel with Yelin Teneppo. The ball went to a completely unmarked Sandy Toleti. She was able to roll the ball past Valerenga goalie Jalen Thompkins.
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Spanish Jubilee: Real Madrid celebrates Sandy Toleti's goal in Oslo.

– It’s an incredibly brutal feeling, says VG+ Sports commentator Karl-Erik Torp.

Vålerenga captain Ingibjörg Sigurdardóttir scored the late goal “watch the ball” “watch the ball” The term soccer refers to a defender who gravitates toward the ball rather than marking opponents.during the break.

We have to take care of these opportunities. “We don’t get a lot of them,” the Icelander said.

Valerenga lifted the team and pressed from the start in the second half, but Real Madrid were close to scoring when Naomi Feller launched a counterattack.

Sigurdardottir played Felicia Roglic a perfect pass inside the box, but Spain’s Valerenga top scorer put the ball straight past Real goalkeeper Mesa Rodriguez.

  • 0-2: Instead, Real Madrid were given another transfer opportunity. Naomi Feller pushed in a rebound from goalkeeper Thompkins after chaos inside Valerenga Stadium.

Karina Sævik created another great chance for Vålerenga in the final minutes. But Elise Thorsness missed the ball.

This was not a night where the Margins played blue, red and white.

  • 0-3: In extra time, the home team advanced. Athena del Castillo managed to score the last goal.

The rest of the season revolves around two Norwegian Valerenga titles. Oslo club is one point behind Rosenborg in the first division. The two teams will also meet in the cup final on November 26.


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