Bloodworth is helping Germany to a large win to stand a chance of FC Twente in the CL

The women, of FC Twente as well as eliminated in the eighth finals of the Champions League. The Tukkers have lost on Wednesday to the heenwedstrijd against VfL Wolfsburg, Dominique Bloodworth won’t stand a chance with a 6-0.

FC Twente started off as an absolute underdog in the encounter with Germany, which was one of the favorites to be the Champions League final to win it. The Germans have won the miljoenenbal in 2013 and 2014, and have reached by the 2016, and 2018, with a place in the final.

The difference in quality was clear from the outset. Germany was the lord of it, though it took until the 24th minute with the opening goal came from. Zsanett Jakabfi, only for the keeper to Daphne van Domselaar set, and the closed coldly down.

For more than ten minutes later, the Hungarian is also responsible for the second, German one hit. Van Domselaar, processed with a header from Alexandra Popp, are not very good, so Jakabfi the rebound was able to save it.

FC Twente were full do not stand a chance against Germany. (Photo: Getty Images)

Bloodworth scored for the second time in a rest

Twente came back after a rest is not in a position to score, and to reduce the size and it took a quarter of an hour of peace is also on the third hit. The orange-international-Dominique Bloodworth, who is the all-match join and found a goal from a corner, and threw the game on lock.

Germany was also not the gas. Pernille Harder in my lap for twenty minutes before the time for the 4-0 lead inside, and not long after signed a Fridolina Roflö on the lower side of the bar for the fifth, and German hits. The final chord was made to Bloodworth, who was in the 89th-minute goal saw a free kick.

Due to the great results it seems to the return of about two weeks at the Grolsch Veste is nothing more than a formality. FC Twente reached the never been to the quarter-finals of the Champions League. In 2015 and 2016, and was the eighth-finals, the final stop before the team’s coach, Tommy Stroot.

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