The Orange women also won their ninth European Championship qualifying match on Tuesday.

Sarina Wiegman's team, already certain of a ticket for the European championship, won 0-6 against Kosovo.

Katja Snoeijs was the star at Orange in her fourth international match with a hat trick.

Daniëlle van de Donk, Lieke Martens and Vivianne Miedema made the other hits in the Fadil Vokrri stadium in Pristina.

The Dutch already qualified for the European Championship in the summer of 2022 last Friday by winning 7-0 against Estonia in Groningen.

The reigning European champion has won all his nine matches in Group A and has a telling goal difference of 42-3.

In principle, the Wiegman team will take action twice this year.

The KNVB is still looking for an opponent for a friendly match on November 27 and Kosovo will visit Zwolle on December 1 for the last group match in the European Championship qualification.


Summary Orange Women-Kosovo (6-0)

Miedema not fit enough for basic place

The Orange Women started without Miedema, who was not fit enough to play an entire match.

Even without the all-time top scorer, the Netherlands had little trouble scoring.

Already in the eleventh minute it was 0-1 via Van de Donk.

The midfielder hit low in the corner, after a wide pass from Martens.

As expected, Kosovo defended slightly better than Estonia, but the number 125 in the FIFA ranking was no match for the vice world champion.

After half an hour, Snoeijs made her second international goal on the instructions of Van de Donk and shortly afterwards it was already 0-3 via Martens, who could easily score after keeper Florentina Kolgeci released a free kick from Sherida Spitse.

Snoeijs determined the halftime score at 0-4 from a cross by Lynn Wilms, who had a chance as a right back.

In the second half, the Netherlands slowed down a bit and Kosovo even came half way from Orange a few times, without becoming really dangerous.

After an hour, Miedema and Shanice van de Sanden came in and in injury time, Miedema and Snoeijs lifted the score to 0-6.

Katja Snoeijs (center) also scored against Estonia on Friday.

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