Danish Real Madrid duo get scratched in record match at Camp Nou

The Danish national team players Sofie Svava and Caroline Møller, together with their club, Real Madrid, have finished in the Champions League in women’s football.

But despite a 2-5 defeat to Barcelona, ​​the parting with the tournament was certainly a memorable experience for the Danish duo.

The match was played at a packed Camp Nou, where with 91,553 spectators a world record was set for a women’s football match.

The previous record was 90,195, which watched the World Cup final between the USA and China in 1999. The record for a club match has so far been 60,739 for a showdown between Atlético Madrid and Barcelona.

The many spectators at Barcelona’s famous stadium were rewarded with a clear victory over the rival club from the capital.

The heavily under-tipped guests, who had lost the first showdown at home by 1-3, otherwise prayed well for themselves. Real put themselves ahead 1-0 and then 2-1.

But three Barcelona goals within ten minutes of the start of the second half turned 1-2 into 4-2. Norwegian Caroline Graham Hansen ended the goal celebration with the Catalans’ fifth goal 20 minutes before time.

Sofie Svava played the first 74 minutes for Real Madrid, while Caroline Møller was replaced in the middle of the second half.

By Editor

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