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Sarah Wijnants
Sarah Wijnants
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Personal information
Full name Sarah Wijnants
Date of birth (1999-10-13) October 13, 1999 (age 21)
Place of birth Leuven, Belgium
Playing position(s) Forward
Club information
Current team
Anderlecht
Number 11
Youth career
-2014 NS Tervuren
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2014-2017 Standard Liège
2017- Anderlecht
National team?
2014 Belgium U15 1 (0)
2014-2015 Belgium U16 5 (0)
2014-2016 Belgium U17 14 (3)
2016-2017 Belgium U19 12 (1)
2017- Belgium 9 (0)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 3 June 2017
? National team caps and goals correct as of 8 April 2019

Sarah Wijnants (born 13 October 1999) is a Belgian footballer who plays as a forward for Anderlecht and the Belgium women's national football team (also known as the Belgian Red Flames).

Club career

Wijnants started her career at the youth of NS Tervuren. She transfers in 2014 to Standard Liège. The season after she joined Standard Liège she made her first UEFA Champions League debut on 10 October 2015 against Frankfurt. The game was lost with 6-0. In the season 2015-16 She played in Super League as in the First Division and Standard won in both leagues the championship title. At the end of season 2016-17 Wijnants left Stander Liège to play for Anderlecht.[1]

International career

Wijnants played her first game with the Flames U15 on 26 March 2014 against the Netherlands. The game was lost 0-6.[2] The same year, she played for the Flames U16 and U17. She made her first cap for the U16 on a tournament in Magglingen, Switzerland against Croatia. The game was won 0-4.[3] Her last game for the U16 was on 7 May 2015 against Norway in Castro Verde, Portugal.[4]

On 6 October 2014 she made her first cap with the U17 in a 3-0 victory against Latvia on which she scored the opening goal. This was the first goal as an international.[5] She played in total 14 games and was able to score 3 goals. She played her last game for the U17 on 29 March 2015 against England, the game was lost 2-0. In 2016 she made her first cap for the U19 in a match against Ireland and won with 2-1. The friendly game was played in Tubize, Belgium on 19 September.

Wijnants made her first senior appearance in a friendly match against France in Clairefontaine on 19 January. She played 10 minutes and the game ended with a 1-2 victory.[6] The Red Flames where invited to participate on the Cyprus Cup. Wijnants didn't made it to the selection at first but because of the injury of Laura de Neve she was called up in extremis for the selection.[7]

Statistics

Club

As of match played 3 May 2017[8]
Champions League
Year Apps Goals
2015 1 0
2016 3 1
Total 4 1

International

Youth

As of match played 17 May 2017[9]
Red Flames U15
Year Apps Goals Minutes
2014 1 0 70
Total 1 0 70
Red Flames U16
Year Apps Goals Minutes
2014 3 0 181
2015 2 0 110
Total 5 0 291
Red Flames U17
Year Apps Goals Minutes
2014 3 1 181
2015 7 2 508
2016 4 0 281
Total 4 3 970
Red Flames U19
Year Apps Goals Minutes
2016 4 0 360
2017 2 1 171
Total 6 1 531

Senior

As of match played 17 May 2017[9]
Red Flames
Year Apps Goals Minutes
2017 4 0 68
Total 4 0 68

Awards

References

  1. ^ "Biesmans en Wijnants spreken over hun vertrek bij Standard". Vrouwenvoetbalkrant.be (in Dutch). 2017-05-20. Retrieved .
  2. ^ URBSFA, Delaey Tom - Landsheere Koen - KBVB -. "Internationale wedstrijden - KBVB". static.belgianfootball.be (in Dutch). Retrieved .
  3. ^ URBSFA, Delaey Tom - Landsheere Koen - KBVB -. "Internationale wedstrijden - KBVB". static.belgianfootball.be (in Dutch). Retrieved .
  4. ^ URBSFA, Delaey Tom - Landsheere Koen - KBVB -. "Internationale wedstrijden - KBVB". static.belgianfootball.be (in Dutch). Retrieved .
  5. ^ URBSFA, Delaey Tom - Landsheere Koen - KBVB -. "Internationale wedstrijden - KBVB". static.belgianfootball.be (in Dutch). Retrieved .
  6. ^ URBSFA, Delaey Tom - Landsheere Koen - KBVB -. "Internationale wedstrijden - KBVB". static.belgianfootball.be (in Dutch). Retrieved .
  7. ^ "Sarah Wijnants vervangt Laura De Neve in Cyprus". Vrouwenvoetbalkrant.be (in Dutch). 2017-02-27. Retrieved .
  8. ^ "UEFA Women's Champions League". uefa.com. Retrieved 2017.
  9. ^ a b "Sarah Wijnants" (in Dutch). Retrieved 2017.

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