UEFA Women's Euro 2013 qualifying Group 2

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The UEFA Women's Euro 2013 qualifying – Group 2 was contested by six teams competing for one spot for the final tournament.

Spain's María Paz set a new competition record when she scored seven goals against Kazakhstan.[1]

Standings[edit]

     Team qualified for UEFA Women's Euro 2013
     Team competes in Play-off round
Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Germany 10 9 1 0 64 3 +61 28
 Spain 10 6 2 2 43 14 +29 20
 Romania 10 5 1 4 20 20 0 16
  Switzerland 10 5 0 5 29 24 +5 15
 Kazakhstan 10 2 1 7 4 55 −51 7
 Turkey 10 0 1 9 4 48 −44 1

Fixtures[edit]

All times are UTC+2.

Kazakhstan 0 – 3 Romania
Report Rus Goal 7'
Bortan Goal 15'
Laiu Goal 51'
Attendance: 205
Referee: Caroline De Boeck (Belgium)

Germany 4 – 1  Switzerland
Bajramaj Goal 32'66'
Bresonik Goal 73'
Müller Goal 79'
Report Bachmann Goal 68'
Attendance: 6,632

Turkey 1 – 10 Spain
Güngör Goal 20' Report Adriana Goal 9'51'
Borja Goal 11'65'
Boquete Goal 26'46'69'
Sonia Goal 44'
Corredera Goal 82'
Olabarrieta Goal 86'

Switzerland  4 – 1 Romania
Crnogorčević Goal 43'87'
Bachmann Goal 73'84'
Report Duşa Goal 54'

Kazakhstan 2 – 0 Turkey
Li Goal 57'
Kirgizbaeva Goal 89'
Report

Turkey 0 – 0 Kazakhstan
Report

Romania 0 – 3 Germany
Report Goeßling Goal 21'
Bajramaj Goal 56'
Behringer Goal 59' (pen.)

Spain 3 – 2  Switzerland
Adriana Goal 19'36'
Boquete Goal 71'
Report Bachmann Goal 58'
Mehmeti Goal 69'

Kazakhstan 0 – 4 Spain
Report Sonia Goal 19'82'
Adriana Goal 50' (pen.)
Meseguer Goal 86'

Romania 7 – 1 Turkey
Laiu Goal 6'
Sârghe Goal 34'
Duşa Goal 37'47'60'
Rus Goal 74'86'
Report Defterli Goal 45+2'

Germany 17 – 0 Kazakhstan
Okoyino da Mbabi Goal 3'10'14'16'
Popp Goal 5'11'31'59'
Laudehr Goal 23'41'
Behringer Goal 36' (pen.)
Bajramaj Goal 51'
Peter Goal 62'65'89'
Müller Goal 74'85'
Report
Attendance: 6,528

Romania 0 – 4 Spain
Report Sonia Goal 42'
Boquete Goal 52'73'
Adriana Goal 84'
Attendance: 106

Turkey 1 – 2 Romania
Ficzay Goal 86' (o.g.) Report Rus Goal 11'
Ficzay Goal 62'
Attendance: 282

Switzerland  8 – 1 Kazakhstan
Dickenmann Goal 4'45+1'81'
Mändly Goal 16'
Moser Goal 28' (pen.)
Wälti Goal 44'
Bachmann Goal 56'60'
Report Karibayeva Goal 42'

Spain 2 – 2 Germany
Boquete Goal 57'
Willy Goal 90+1'
Report Goeßling Goal 27'
García Goal 30' (o.g.)

Turkey 0 – 5 Germany
Report Marozsán Goal 10'
Okoyino da Mbabi Goal 11'
Bresonik Goal 71'
Behringer Goal 76'90'
Attendance: 1,342

Romania 3 – 0 Kazakhstan
Bănuță Goal 53'87'
Duşa Goal 65'
Report
Attendance: 60

Germany 5 – 0 Spain
Okoyino da Mbabi Goal 24'58'68'86'
Popp Goal 61'
Report
Attendance: 11,617

Switzerland  5 – 0 Turkey
Mändly Goal 3'9'
Bachmann Goal 30'
Crnogorčević Goal 53'
Dickenmann Goal 87'
Report
Attendance: 1,200

Spain 13 – 0 Kazakhstan
Boquete Goal 20' (pen.)68' (pen.)
Bermúdez Goal 22'
Borja Goal 29'54'
Vilas Goal 33'38'45'51'59'60'79'
Torrejón Goal 78'
Report

Switzerland  0 – 6 Germany
Report Okoyino da Mbabi Goal 16'38'71'85'
Mittag Goal 24'
Egli Goal 64' (o.g.)
Attendance: 3,600

Germany 5 – 0 Romania
Bresonik Goal 1'
Popp Goal 34'50'90'
Marozsán Goal 40'
Report

Switzerland  4 – 3 Spain
Bachmann Goal 18'80'
Crnogorčević Goal 54'
Zumbühl Goal 82'
Report Paz Goal 25'
García Goal 37'
Boquete Goal 73' (pen.)

Spain 4 – 0 Turkey
Sonia Goal 13'
Paz Goal 32' Goal 34'
Kıraç Goal 73' (o.g.)
Report

Romania 4 – 2  Switzerland
Rus Goal 41'60'81'
Duşa Goal 61'
Report Crnogorčević Goal 8'
Abbé Goal 64'

Kazakhstan 0 – 7 Germany
Report Okoyino da Mbabi Goal 8'42'
Odebrecht Goal 33'
Mittag Goal 55'
Schmidt Goal 63'
Müller Goal 86'
Goeßling Goal 87'
Attendance: 1,000

Turkey 1 – 3  Switzerland
Uraz Goal 27' Report Dickenmann Goal 25'
Bachmann Goal 70'73'

Kazakhstan 1 – 0  Switzerland
Yalova Goal 58' Report

Germany 10 – 0 Turkey
Okoyino da Mbabi Goal 17'74'
Mittag Goal 24'
Laudehr Goal 45+1' (pen.)
Behringer Goal 52'60' (pen.)
Müller Goal 72'86'90+2'
Bajramaj Goal 85'
Report

Spain 0 – 0 Romania
Report

Goalscorers[edit]

17 goals
11 goals
10 goals
8 goals
7 goals
6 goals
5 goals
4 goals
3 goals
2 goals
1 goal
1 own goal

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Germany and Spain in the goals, Finland ahead". UEFA. 5 April 2012. Retrieved 7 April 2012.