Germany vs Austria LIVE: Team news, line-ups and more for tonight’s Euro 2022 quarter-finals

Voss-Tecklenburg expects ‘insanely intense’ Euro 2022 QF meeting with Austria

Germany meets Austria tonight in the second quarter-finals of Euro 2022 at the Brentford Community Stadium. The Germans arrived in England with low expectations but are title contenders after a perfect group stage. They defeated Denmark, Spain and Finland, won all three group games and finished first in Group B. The eight-time European champions will now be confident of reaching the semi-finals when they meet an overpowered Austrian side tonight.

Austria is one of the biggest outsiders in the competition. No one expected them to progress through the group stage but a confident performance against England on Matchday 1 showed they may have been underestimated. Despite losing that game 1-0, they responded by defeating Northern Ireland before beating Norway 1-0 in the crucial final group game to finish second behind England and reach the quarter-finals.

No side gained more ground in the group stage than Austria and they need to put in another determined performance if they are to upset Germany tonight. Many of Austria’s teams also play in the women’s Bundesliga, so both sides are familiar with each other and the winner will face either France or the Netherlands in the nest round.

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Team change Germany vs. Austria

Germany coach Martina Voss-Tecklenburg makes four changes to the team that beat Finland 3-0 in their last Group B game.

In midfield, Lena Oberdorf, Felicitas Rauch and Lina Magull step in for Sara Doorsoun, Lena Lattwein and Linda Dallmann, while Sophia Kleinherne makes room for Kathrin Hendrich at the back.

The Austrians, who defeated Norway 1-0 in the last group game, only made one change. Defender Marina Georgieva replaces Viktoria Schnaderbeck from Arsenal FC.


Line-up Germany vs. Austria

Germany XI: Frohms, Gwinn, Hendrich, Hegering, Rauch, Magull, Oberdorf, Dabrtiz, Huth, Popp, Buhl

Austria XI: Zinsberger, Wienroither, Wenninger, Georgieva, Hanshaw, Puntigam, Hickelsberger-Fuller, Zadrazil, Feiersinger, Dunst, Billa


Germany vs Austria

This is only the third game between the teams and the first outside of Germany in which the hosts have emerged victorious from the previous two encounters.

The last encounter came in October 2018 in Essen when Horst Hrubesch’s Germany won 3-1, although Nicole Billa’s goal canceled out an early goal from Alexandra Popp (8) in the 34th minute. Linda Dallmann (56th) and Lea Schüller (84th) both scored after the break to win.

The first game between the two countries took place in October 2016, Germany celebrated a 4-2 victory in Regensburg. Laura Feiersinger (48′) and Nina Burger (54′) equalized for Austria in the first half after Anja Mittag’s brace before the hosts scored late with goals from Verena Faisst (75′) and Lena Petermann (81′, penalty). restored their two-goal lead.


News about the German team

Germany XI: Frohms, Hendrich, Hegering, Oberdorf, Huth, Popp, Dabritz, Gwinn, Rauch, Buhl, Magull


Fuhrmann on preparing for “intense game”

Austria coach Irene Fuhrmann spoke about her expectations for today’s game:

“We can expect a very intense match. The two teams on the pitch are both very physical and Germany are the clear favourites. We have to put pressure on from the first minute.

“The roles are clear. We have to be very mature and clever. We have to try to keep Germany away from our goal for as long as possible and at the same time be dangerous offensively.”


Georgia Stanway mixes teamwork and timing to deliver England’s most spectacular moment

It was the kind of goal Georgia Stanway, who grew up in the footballing outpost of Barrow-in-Furness and played in the back garden with her brothers, would always have imagined scoring. The kind of insistent, sweeping blow befitting such a stage that deserved to secure England a spot in the semi-finals of another major international tournament.

But in the white heat of extra time victory over Spain in Brighton when that dream became a reality it was a moment she could scarcely remember.

“Everything feels like a huge fog at the moment,” said the Bayern Munich midfielder after the final whistle. “I need to watch it again and see where I’ve been, how it’s been doing on the net, I literally can’t remember. I remember saying to one of the girls, ‘At what moment did we actually meet?'”


Germany vs Austria

Germany were European champions in eight of the tournament’s 12 host cities, winning the competition six times in a row between 1995 and 2013.

Their bid for a seventh consecutive title ended in a surprise quarter-final defeat to eventual runners-up Denmark in 2017, but this time they were in brilliant form.

Will the national team win the title for the ninth time this year?


Germany vs Austria

Germany meet neighbors Austria in a first competitive match between teams, with a place in the semi-finals of the 2022 Women’s Championship at stake at Brentford Community Stadium.

While Germany have progressed beyond the group stages in all seven editions of the tournament since its inception in 1997, Austria have managed to reach the knockout rounds in both EURO appearances.


More than nine million viewers tune in to the Euro 2022 quarter-final thriller

Over nine million people watched as England beat Spain from behind in the Euro 2022 quarter-finals on Wednesday night.

The Lionesses needed a brilliant extra-time goal from Georgia Stanway to get into the last four after Esther Gonzalez’s opening goal for Spain was canceled out by Ella Toone in the 84th minute.

A peak audience of 7.6 million watched the match on BBC One, with a further 1.5 million streaming via iPlayer and the BBC Sport website.


Georgia Stanway recalls an impulsive moment that took England to the semis

Expressing joy after sealing England’s dramatic Euro 2022 quarter-final win over Spain with a stunning goal, Georgia Stanway admitted: “I don’t know why I shot but I’m glad I did have.”

The tournament hosts advanced to the semifinals after coming from behind at Amex Stadium, with substitute Ella Toone leveling in the 84th minute to equalize Esther Gonzalez’s 54th-minute opener before Stanway’s show-stopper in the sixth minute of overtime a 2 -1 victory secured.

The midfielder, who switched to Bayern Munich after leaving Manchester City in the summer, took the ball from Keira Walsh, drove into the penalty area and fired a wonderful shot from around 20 meters past the falling Sandra Panos.

It was a second goal of the tournament for Stanway, the other being a penalty in their 8–0 group stage win over Norway at the same stadium. Germany vs Austria LIVE: Team news, line-ups and more for tonight’s Euro 2022 quarter-finals

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