Signe Bruun set a new record by scoring five goals when the women’s national team beat Bosnia-Herzegovina 8-0 in their World Cup qualifier in 2023 at home in Viborg.
Pernille Haarder was also on the team magazine as the women ran with riots and scored four in each half.
It takes their goal difference to 23-0 in just three games.
Russia’s struggle is crucial
Up next is a draw in Montenegro next Tuesday, followed by a trip to Bosnia on November 25, and then the big one!
Russia, which travels to Denmark on November 30, also has nine points from three matches.
In contrast, their goal difference is 10-0 and all their matches have been at home.
Danes signed on Indycar team
Danish motorsport perspective Christian Lundgaard, 20, has landed on a drive in Indycar next year. He will drive about Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing. The move is something of a step-up from Formula 2. The length of his contract is not stated, but is believed to be for several years. Lundgaard drove for the team in August to test his punch in a one-off appearance.
Misery in Europe for every team bar Randers
Both Brøndby and FC Copenhagen lost their European ties this week, while FC Midtjylland and Randers managed a draw. The results leave none of the teams in the automatic qualifiers for the last 32 with half of their games now played. Brøndby lost 0-2 away at Rangers, and FCM played 1-1 at home against Crvena Zvezda in the Europa League, while FC Copenhagen lost 1-2 at Parken to PAOK after being reduced to 10 men after 9 minutes, and Randers jumped back from two goals down to save a 2-2 draw away at Jablonec in the Conference League.
The hunting team misses out on bronze after killing
The Danish 4,000 meter pursuit team, which has radically revised their line-up since winning silver at the Olympics, has missed out on a medal at the World Cup in France. The cyclists lost to France in the semis and then to Great Britain in the race for third place. The average age of the team is now just under 20. Only Rasmus Lund Pedersen survived the dismissal, and in the last race he was simply too fast for his teammates to keep up.
Swimmer apologizes … again
Former swimmer Jeanette Ottesen has apologized for describing her former teammate Lotte Riis as a classic victim of bullying in what should be an excuse to be part of a group that bothered her a bit. Ottesen, who is doing a poor job of publishing her new book, admitted via Instagram that she had “wronged Lotte again”.
Source: The Nordic Page