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Frauen Bundesliga: Eintracht Frankfurt qualify for UWCL

Last matchday of Frauen Bundesliga gave us the answer of the last participant in the Women’s Champions League for the next season. After Turbine’s defeat against Bayern, Eintracht Frankfurt secured the third spot in international competition. Wolfsburg secured the title already last week and finished the season with a 7-1 win over Bayer Leverkusen. SC Sand and Carl Zeiss Jena are demoted to 2. Frauen Bundesliga.

Frauen Bundesliga, Matchday 22

Sunday, 15th of May

FC Köln – SC Freiburg 0-0 (0-0)
Scorers: /
Yellow cards: 32′ Adriana Achcinska (K), 40′ Sabrina Horvat (K), 41′ Luisa Wensing (F), 48′ Greta Stegemann (F), 51′ Mandy Islacker (K)

FC Bayern München – Turbine Potsdam 5-0 (4-0)
Scorers: 4′ Jovana Damnjanović (B), 14′ Klara Bühl (B), 33′ Linda Dallmann (B), 42′ Jovana Damnjanović (B), 88′ Lea Schüller (B)
Yellow cards: 51′ Sara Agrež (T)

Eintracht Frankfurt – Werder Bremen 4-0 (1-0)
Scorers: 10′ Nicole Anyomi (E), 58′ Laura Freigang (E), 63′ Sjoeke Nüsken (E), 87′ Laura Freigang (E)
Yellow cards: 42′ Barbara Dunst (E), 52′ Lina Hausicke (W)

Vfl Wolfsburg – Bayer Leverkusen 7-1 (6-0)
Scorers: 3′ Lena Lattwein (W), 13′ Tabea Wassmuth (W), 35′ Ewa Pajor (W), 38′ Friederike Abt (W) og, 41′ Ewa Pajor (W), 45′ Tabea Wassmuth (W), 70′ Shanice van de Sanden (W), 74′ Julia Pollak (B)
Yellow cards: /

SGS Essen – Carl Zeiss Jena 3-0 (3-0)
Scorers: 8′ Selina Ostermeier (E), 15′ Vivien Endemann (E), 25′ Felicitas Fee Kockmann (E)
Yellow cards: 55′ Verena Volkmer (C), 81′ Tina Kremlitschka (C)

TSG Hoffenheim – SC Sand 3-3 (1-0)
Scorers: 36′ Katharina Naschenweng (H), 50′ Shai Pearl (S), 53′ Summer Green (S), 58′ Celina Degen (H), 79′ Dorthe Hoppoius (S), 90+4′ Chantal Hagel (H)
Yellow cards: 49′ Michaela Specht (H), 69′ Sarai Linder (H)

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