Ingrid Engen and Caroline Graham HansenFC Barcelona players, will appear in the list called by Hege Riise, coach of the Norwegian national team, for two friendly matches. will visit Spain at the Palladium Can Misses stadium in Ibiza on April 6th Sweden at Gamla Ullevi in Gothenburg on the 11th.
Due to the existing conflict with the Spanish team, they will not face each other except to surprise most Barça internationals: Sandra Paños, Mapi León, Irene Paredes, Aitana Bonmatí, Patri Guijarro, Mariona Caldentey, Claudia Pina and Alexia Putellas. The last three, in addition, were injured. Yes they can deal with it Laia Codina, Salma Paralluelo or Nuria Rábanowhich is usually mentioned by Angel Vilda.
The return of Hansen and of Ada Hegerberg are two of the new items on the list offered this Monday for the final tests before the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, as well as having Cecilia AndreassenRosenborg midfielder, who has yet to make his senior team debut.
To participate in both meetings, Hansen up to a hundred games. In the 98 he played, he achieved a total of 44 targets, two more than hegerberg.
In the last ‘window’, in February, Norway beat Uruguay 1-0, lost to Denmark 2-0 and drew 0-0 against France.
Aurora Mikalsen (Brann), Sunniva Skoglund (Stabaek) and Guro Pettersen (Valerenga).
Anja Sonstevold (Inter Milan/ITA), Thee Bjelde (Valerenga), Guro Bergsvand (Brighton/ENG), Maren Naevdal Mjelde (Chelsea/ENG), Marit Bratberg Lund (Brann), Tuva Hansen (Bayern Munich/GER), Mathilde Hauge Harviken (Rosenborg)
Vilde Boe Risa (Manchester United/ENG), Cesilie Andreassen (Rosenborg), Ingrid Syrstad Engen (Barcelona/ESP), Frida Leonhardsen Maanum (Arsenal/ENG), Guro Reiten (Chelsea/ENG), Emilie Bosshard Haavi (Rome/ITA) , Amalie Vevle Eikeland (Reading/ENG), Elisabeth Terland (Brighton/ENG).
Julie Blakstad (Manchester City/ENG), Anna Langas Josendal (Rosenborg), Karina Saevik (Valerenga), Ada Hegerberg (Lyon/FRA) and Caroline Graham Hansen (Barcelona/ESP).
Source: La Verdad
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