Canada: at most as a viewer: DFB women without Bühl in the EM final

Women's European Championships 2022: Germany's success is above all its earnings

 Women's European Championships 2022: Germany's success is above all its earnings Almost ten million people were feverish on Thursday (July 21, 2022) in front of the television with the DFB women in the neighborhood duel against Austria. Due to the 2-0, Germany has been back in a big tournament in the semi -finals for the first time since the 2016 Olympics. © Imago/Pro Sports Images The DFB women celebrate their entry into the European Championship semi-final after the victory against Austria on Thursday (July 21, 2022).

The German footballers will contest the European Championship final in Wembley without Klara Bühl. The striker of FC Bayern Munich is still in the Corona quartan and can be there as a spectator against England on Sunday (6:00 p.m. MESZ/ARD and DAZN).

Hat es nicht rechtzeitig geschafft sich freizutesten und fehlt den DFB-Frauen im EM-Finale: Klara Bühl. © Sebastian Gollnow/dpa did not manage to free itself in time and lack the DFB women in the European Championship final: Klara Bühl.

«She is currently symptom -free. If it has been tested negatively, she can also go to the stadium, »said national coach Martina Voss-Tecklenburg at the final press conference.

In the case of a negative Corona test, it would no longer be possible on Sunday that Bühl is in the play squad. «We will stick to the UEFA protocol. This means that medical examinations are only made, »said Voss-Tecklenburg. "But we would be very happy if Klara were freely tested and could come to the game."

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left wing Bühl missing in the final

The DFB announced last Tuesday that the striker from FC Bayern Munich had been positively tested for the virus. According to the UEFA regulations, the 21-year-old is entitled to play again if she has a negative test after five days and has no symptoms.

Bühl was set as a left wing in the team of the Record European Champion until her failure and had achieved the important 1-0 in the preliminary round against Spain. For them, however, captain Alexandra Popp jumped into the Bresche and has now marked six goals at the European Championship. After moving the German team on Thursday, Bühl was departed from Brentford to a hotel to Watford by her teammates to the new accommodation.

in the semi -finals against France (2-1) replaced the Jule Brand Bühl, who were changing from Hoffenheim to Wolfsburg, in the attack. Except for Bühl, national coach Voss-Tecklenburg can fall back on the complete squad in the final.

"A magnificent EM has ended: How is the women's football going now?" -The European Championship column by Julia Simic .
Julia Simic played a total of 186 Bundesliga games for FC Bayern, Turbine Potsdam, VfL Wolfsburg and SC Freiburg. The former German international was active for West Ham United in the FA Women's Soccer League and a year for AC Milan in Serie A. The 33-year-old works for the DFB as assistant co-trainer for the U17 juniors and works as a TV expert for DAZN, Sky and Magenta Sport.

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