Santiago 2023: Mexican team will fight for gold in women's soccer
Mexico defeated Argentina 2-0, semi-final match women's soccer, held this Tuesday at the Elías Figueroa Stadium in Valparaísoy will play next weekend for the gold medal in the XIX Pan American Games Santiago 2023.
𝗔 𝗹𝗮 𝗳𝗶𝗻𝗮𝗹! ⚽️🙌
With a double from Lizbeth Ovalle, the women's national soccer team 🇲🇽, beats Argentina 2-0 🇦🇷; access the duel for the gold medal 🥇 in #Santiago2023.
🔹️Equals his best Pan American performance, after the silver obtained in Winnipeg 1999 🇨🇦. pic.twitter.com/6JQUiYK6Us
— CONADE (@CONADE) October 31, 2023
The Mexican squad, that started as a favorite thanks to a solid first phase in which they finished first in the group, They accredited this condition with a good match against the Argentines.
Lizbeth Ovalle was once again an unbalancing factor for the Mexican eleventh as it was the author of a doublet con which the Argentine resistance was defeated.
The midfielder of UANL Tigers He took advantage of one of his best virtues, arriving at the area on the second line, to open the scoreboard at 32 minutes of party.
Until then, the control of the ball and the game belonged to the Mexicans, who had two other opportunities before opening the scoring at the feet of Diana Ordóñezthe agile forward of Houston Dash, of the American professional league.
In the second part, the trend was the same: Mexicans managing their advantage and trying to duplicate it and the Argentines trying to link enough passes to stand in front of the goal, but without luck in the final meters.
The sentence and tranquility for Mexico, what in Lima 2019 fell in the group stage, it came at the last minute, thanks again to oval, one of the players of the tournament.
The final will be this Friday, October 3, at 5:00 p.m., central Mexico time.
(With information from EFE)
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