Historic win for KDFF – Alice Nilsson hero of the match
When Alice Nilsson smashed in the winning goal against Bröndby she got more than warm looks from the 379-strong public at the historic match.
Of course Alice Nilsson had to tell everyone about the goal. It secures her place in the history of the club as a winning striker in the world's biggest tournament for club teams.
– It was great to be able to show them I could score, she says.
”I don't see us as some kind of underdog against any of the teams in this mini-tournament”Elisabet ”Beta” Gunnarsdottir, trainer
A historic goal?
– Yes, it's terrific, for I've been waiting for a long time for today.
Bröndby had one really big chance in the whole game, in the first half. But when a second goal did not materialise, things began to get a bit shaky towards the end.
– But never really nervous, we had quite a good grip of things, said trainer Elisabet ”Beta” Gunnarsdottir.
On Saturday KDFF will meet Bordeaux, a crucial match if they are to go on to the last qualifying step for the Champions' League.
– It's a home match, and we're full of self-confidence. So I don't see us as some kind of underdog against any of the teams in this mini-tournament, the KDFF trainer says.
Kristianstads DFF is one of the teams in what is known as the 'League path' , which is decided in mini-tournaments with four teams in each group. The winner goes on to the second round in the Champions' League.