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Humm hits right notes in Swiss goal spree
 Women's Football News 13 Jun 2015
 
Switzerland 10 (Ponce og 24, og 71, Aigbogun 45, Humm 47,49,52, Bachmann pen 60,61,81, Moser 76)
Ecuador 1 (Ponce pen 64)

Switzerland added to Ecuador's woes with a 10-1 thrashing in Vancouver which included the fastest World Cup hat-trick in history by Fabienne Humm. 
 
There was little sign of what was to come during the opening stages with Switzerland pressing but not really looking like scoring. The deadlock was broken in the 24th minute when Humm burst into the area on the right and cut the ball back across goal where Angie Ponce, in her attempts to intercept, could only divert it into her own net.
 
Ramona Bachmann missed a great chance when she shot wide and the Swiss had to wait until injury time before doubling their lead. Humm netmegged her marker on the goal line and sent in a low cross for Eseosa Aigbogun to slot home from point blank range.
 
Two minutes into the second half, Bachmann slid a pass into the path of Humm who beat one player before planting her shot past Shirley Berruz from the edge of the area.
 
Suddenly the floodgates were opened and just two minutes later, Martina Moser broke down the left where her deflected cross was headed home by an unmarked Humm. The striker went on to complete a record five minute hat-trick when she bundled in a low cross from Aigbogun.
 
Bachmann was brought down in the area by Nancy Aguilar on the hour mark and picked herself up to tuck in the sixth goal from the spot, then a minute later Bachmann made a powerful run at the Ecuador defence, gliding past three players before finding the far corner with a firm strike.
 
Ecuador did salvage some pride when an Ana Palacios free kick resulted in Monica Quinteros being barged over in the area and a penalty was awarded, Ponce drilling her kick past Gaelle Thalmann. However a bizarre day for Ponce was completed when a short corner resulted in Moser's cross not being dealt with and the defender sliced into her own net for a rather unusual 'hat-trick', two of the goals being scored for the opposition.
 
Moser joined the goal spree with a strike from 20 yards which Berruz could not keep out, and Bachmann completed the rout as well as her hat-trick with nine minutes remaining, firing home following a neat turn in the area. 
 
Switzerland: Gaelle Thalmann, Rahel Kiwic (sub Selina Kuster 72mins), Caroline Abbe (sub Cinzia Zehnder 51mins), Rachel Rinast, Noelle Maritz (sub Nicole Remund 57mins), Ana Maria Crnogorcevic, Martina Moser, Fabienne Humm, Lia Waelti, Ramona Bachmann, Eseosa Aigbogun.

Ecuador: Shirley Berruz, Katherine Ortiz (sub Alexandra Salvador 45mins), Nancy Aguilar, Ana Palacios (sub Adriana Barre 69mins), Mayra Olvera, Angie Ponce, Ingrid Rodriguez, Kerlly Real, Denise Pesantes, Mabel Velarde (sub Erika Vasquez 79mins), Monica Quinteros.

Player of the match: Ramona Bachmann.


 
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