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Colombia national team shines in its debut

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Colombia national team shines in its debut

The Colombian women’s team shone in its first match in the Women’s Gold Cup against its namesake from Panama. The victory was overwhelming: 6-0. Several of the stars of the national team were at the meeting.

Catalina Usme, Jorelyn Carabalí and LInda Caicedo. The Real Madrid player scored her goal, after a maneuver in the danger area, eluding two rivals and clearly crossing in the 84th minute of the match, declaring the score 5-0 at that moment. The other scorers of the match were Usme, Liana Salazar, Manuela Vanegas and Manuela Pavi who scored a double in the match. The midfielder was the figure of the match due to her display and definition.

Colombia is one of the candidates for the title and the possible greatest rival of the American team, who is the top favorite due to its track record in world championships and the quality of its players.

The Women’s Gold Cup or Concacaf W Gold Cup, is celebrating its inaugural tournament and is based in the United States. The match between the tricolor and Panama was played on Wednesday night at the Snapdragon Stadium in San Diego.

The Colombian team shares a group with the aforementioned Panama, Brazil and Puerto Rico, who in their match finished 1-0 in favor of the “verdeamarela”. The two winning teams will face each other next Saturday at 10:30 p.m. While Panama will seek to score its first points against the Puerto Rico team.

The Concacaf W Gold Cup matches are being broadcast by the international network ESPN and the Star Plus platform.

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