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England routs Turkey with early blitz
September 26th, 2013 11:42PM

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[WOMEN'S WORLD CUP 2015 QUALIFYING] Toni Duggan scored two goals in the first three minutes and completed her hat trick in the 37th minute as England raced out to a 6-0 lead and went on to beat Turkey, 8-0, in their 2015 Women's World Cup qualifier.

Florida State star Dagny Brynjarsdottir went the distance for Iceland in its 2-0 loss to visiting Switzerland. The Swiss goals were scored by former Ohio State star Lara Dickenmann, who now plays for Lyon, and former Atlanta Beat forward Ramona Bachmann, who now plays for Swedish league leader Malmo.

Seattle Reign FC's Jessica Fishlock captained Wales to a 1-0 win over Belarus. Manon Melis had a hat trick for the Netherlands in its 4-0 win at Albania.

Group 1

Croatia 1-1 Ireland
Slovakia 1-3 Slovenia
Group 2
Italy 1-0 Romania
Group 3
Iceland 0-2 Switzerland
Group 4
Poland 6-0 Faroe Islands
Scotland 7-0 Bosnia-Herzegovina
Group 5
Greece 1-5 Portugal
Albania 0-4 Netherlands
Group 6
Wales 1-0 Belarus
England 8-0 Turkey


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