Scotland 5 Switzerland 0
Updated Sunday, 21st August 2011
Scotland's women got their preparations for the EURO2013 qualifying campaign off to a flyer.
Scotland were really dominant and in control for the whole game with some really good one touch football in the first half. Gemma Fay in the home goal was untroubled throughout the game and I can only remember her being called to action for one save in the second half. Signeu was very pleased with the performance of her players both in attack and defence. She said: "I am very pleased and very proud of the players. The performance in the first half was brilliant but we lost a bit of tempo and momentum in the second. I am very pleased with the individual performances and glad to see Julie (Fleeting) back because, although she was back for us against France and playing for Arsenal, she has been struggling with her foot and her injuries and it was good to see her timing her header brilliantly (for her goal). She looked sharp and that was pleasing and I think she enjoyed it. It was good to see Jane Ross scoring two goals and they played well together both defensively and linking up well. The way they (the Swiss) lined up with five in midfield against our four so Kim (Little) and Megan (Sneddon) did really hard work in defence in the first half and Kim did not get on the ball in attack and we had to go around and over a little more just because it was so crowded in the middle."
Scotland: Fay, Dieke, Ross, Little, Sneddon, Fleeting, Small, Ross, Corsie, Fernon, Lauder
Subs: Lynn, Jones, Beattie, Love, Murray, Brown, Mitchell
Switzerland: Thalmann, Bertschart, Graf, Walti, Molser, Meyer, Abbe, Crnogorcevic, Remund, Zumbuhl, Mehmeti
Subs: Kuffer, Egli, Bartlome, Maendly, Keller