Player Stats, UEFA Women's Champions League

Player Stats, UEFA Women's Champions League Table
Playing Time Performance Per 90 Minutes
Player Nation Pos Age Apps Starts Min Mn/Ap Gls Ast PK PKatt SoT Fls CrdY CrdR Gls G+A G-PK G+A-PK SoT Matches
Nadine Prohaskaat AUTMF,FW2522180900000100.000.000.000.00Matches
Fanny Vágóhu HUNFW2522180901000000.500.500.500.50Matches
Isabella Krescheat AUTGK1722180900000000.000.000.000.00Matches
Alexandra Bíróovásk SVKMF,DF2522180900000100.000.000.000.00Matches
Mateja Zversi SVNFW2822180900000000.000.000.000.00Matches
Gina Babickyat AUTDF2322180900000000.000.000.000.00Matches
Jennifer Pöltlat AUTMF2222164820000000.000.000.000.00Matches
Jasmin Ederat AUTMF2322138690000000.000.000.000.00Matches
Claudia Wasserat AUTMF2121103520000000.000.000.000.00Matches
Barbara Dunstat AUTMF182199500000000.000.000.000.00Matches
Viktoria Pintherat AUTFW171190901000001.001.001.001.00Matches
Adina Hamidovicat AUTDF181190900000000.000.000.000.00Matches
Julia Tabottaat AUTDF221190900000000.000.000.000.00Matches
Rafaela Andrade de Moraesbr BRAMF352167340100000.001.340.001.34Matches
Evelyn Kurzat AUTFW161026260000000.000.000.000.00Matches
Carina Mahrat AUTDF191023230000000.000.000.000.00Matches
Laura Krumböckat AUTMF161010100000000.000.000.000.00Matches
Squad Total21,9802100201.001.501.001.50

Goalkeeping Stats, UEFA Women's Champions League

Goalkeeping Stats, UEFA Women's Champions League Table
Player Nation Pos Age Apps Starts Subs Min Mn/Ap GA GA90 SoTA Save% W D L CS CS% Matches
Isabella Krescheat AUTGK172201809001100.0Matches
Squad Total2201809001100.0

Scores & Fixtures

Scores & Fixtures Table
Round Day Date Time Venue Result GF GA Opponent Attendance Captain Referee Match Report Notes
Round of 32Wed2016-10-0520:20 HomeL02dk Brøndby950Jasmin EderPernilla LarssonMatch ReportLeg 1 of 2
Round of 32Wed2016-10-1218:00 AwayD22dk Brøndby1,679Jasmin EderGyöngyi GaálMatch ReportLeg 2 of 2; Brøndby won

Round of 32 (October 5, 2016 to October 13, 2016)

Oct 5
St. Pölten
Brøndby
Oct 12
Brøndby
St. Pölten
Brøndby won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Round of 16.

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