The guests perform a good action in the 2nd minute, and Lejla Redžović shot accurately from the left side and put Luxembourg in the lead.
Lana Beffort in the 32nd minute, as the last player of the defence, stopped Petra Kuršević with a foul and got a red card. A minute later, Kurešević made an excellent free kick from about 25 meters and equalized the score.
Jenny Soares brought a new advantage to Luxembourg in the 44th minute, and ten minutes later, Kurešević brought things back to the beginning with her second goal. Charlie Jorge Maga scored the winning goal for the visiting team in the 69th minute.
The head coach Ilija Lucić fielded the following line-up: Džalila Ovčina (69th, Lejla Burek), Anja Đukić, Merjema Šuman (63rd, Snježana Marković), Uma Hadžihajdarević (69th, Tamara Vukelić), Ana Jurić (69th, Emela Cibra), Sara Malić (54th, Milana Šunjka), Zorana Rosić (54th, Samija Bećirović), Lana Dizdar (63rd, Ana Daničić), Leona Žulj, Marija Batos (63rd, Amina Hasanović), Petra Kurešević (63rd, Farah Hadžibajrić).
In the second match of the tournament, Slovenia beat Albania convincingly 12:1 in Doboj near Kakanj.
After two rounds, Slovenia is first in the table with 5 points, Luxembourg and Albania won 3 each, and Bosnia and Herzegovina 1 point.
The third round is scheduled for Sunday, 11th September. Bosnia and Herzegovina will play with Albania in Butmir at 10:00 h, while the Luxembourg-Slovenia match is scheduled for 10:00 h in Doboj-Kakanj.