Brazil women’s team beat Chile and win Manaus International tournament

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a Brazil women’s team Defeated Chile, this wednesday, on Arena Amazon, 2–0, and won the Manaus International Tournament. The national team scored three victories in the competition as they defeated India (6–1), in a game that marked the departure of the defensive midfielder. Ant, and Venezuela (4 to 1). Chile has already won over Venezuela (1-0) and India (3-0).

The start of the first half was balanced and the Chile team showed good tactical formation. The main attraction was Urutia. Still, it was the Brazilian team that created the biggest opportunities. One with Arya Borges and one with Caroline.

Brazil took control of the match after 25 minutes. With better physical preparation, Piya Sundage’s technical team started putting pressure on the marking and spent more time in the attacking field.

Antonia on the right made good opportunities that were not exploited, mainly by Debinha, who missed at least two good opportunities to open the scoring at the end of the first half.

Both teams returned more aggressively from the locker room for the final leg. Each team had an opportunity, but Brazil opened the scoring in five minutes with Caroline completing a very swift counterattack.

The match was contentious until the 20th minute, when a physical fall was possible despite the change. Brazil remained more active and with a well-marked scoring, which culminated in an error from the Chilean ball. Giovanna took the opportunity to score second and take the win.

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