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Turbine Potsdam get past FSV Gütersloh in German Women’s Cup Round 2

Turbine Potsdam get past FSV Gütersloh in German Women's Cup Round 2 (Photo: CPD Football)

Women’s Bundesliga giants 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam registered a convincing 6-0 win in a German Women’s Cup (DFB-Pokal) Round 2 away fixture against FSV Gütersloh 2009 on Sunday.

Bundesliga 2 side FSV Gütersloh gave Potsdam a good fight in the early stages of the game, but conceeded their first goal in the 22nd minute. Rahel Kiwic opened the score sheet for the two-time UEFA Women’s Champions League winners and six-time Bundesliga champions.

Potsdam increased the lead five minutes later through Anna Gasper, while Tabea Kemme (43′) added a third goal to hand the visitors a 3-0 lead at half-time. Bianca Schmidt (50′), Eseosa Aigbogun (54′) and Nina Ehegötz (78′) sealed the 6-0 win at the Tönnies-Arena.

Gütersloh put up a spirited performance against one of the best women’s teams in Europe despite the 6-0 scoreline. Potsdam were too good for the side coached by Britta Hainke and they will now fully focus on their Bundesliga 2 campaign.

Potsdam on the other hand will be looking to get the maxium out the 2017/18 season as the star-studded side aim to claim the Bundesliga title and the DFB-Pokal.

DFB-Pokal der Frauen | Tönnies-Arena

FSV Gütersloh 2009 0-6 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam

0-1 Rahel Kiwic (22), 0-2 Anna Gasper (27′), 0-3 Tabea Kemme (43′), 0-4 Bianca Schmidt (50′), 0-5 Eseosa Aigbogun (54′), 0-6 Nina Ehegötz (78′)


FSV Gütersloh 2009
26 Sarah Rolle – 30 Birgitta Schmücker, 6 Lena Lückel, 16 Pia Lange – 8 Kamila Kmiecik, 15 Marina Hermes (57′ 14 Noreen Günnewig), 7 Melanie Ott (72′ 23 Katrin Posdorfer), 11 Isabelle Wolf, 19 Marie Pollmann – 17 Shpresa Aradini, 9 Josephine Giard (85′ 20 Melissa Schulz)

1. FFC Turbine Potsdam
1 Lisa Schmitz – 20 Bianca Schmidt (55′ 18 Gina-Maria Chmielinski), 25 Rahel Kiwic, 14 Amanda Ilestedt, 3 Caroline Siems – 7 Anna Gasper, 21 Tabea Kemme (55′ 22 Nina Ehegötz) – 6 Elise Kellond-Knight, 16 Eseosa Aigbogun, 13 Lia Wälti – 9 Svenja Huth (69′ 17 Viktoria Schwalm)

Match Officials

Sina Diekmann

Assistant Referees
Francine Poschmann, Antonia Geyer

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