Panama falls to Brazil in its historic debut in the Women’s World Cup

Angel Valdes | July 24, 2023

The Panamanian team fell 4-0 in its historic first match in a Women’s Soccer World Cup, held in the city of Adelaide, Australia.
The Panamanian players were very moved when they sang the national anthem at the start of the game, a moment that was very special for them as they were in their first World Cup.
In the game, the Panamanian defense had a lot of work from the start of the game due to the pressure exerted by the Brazilians, which paid off at minute 19 when Ary Borges scored with a header, with 6 minutes left to finish the first half, once again Ary Borges appeared to make it 2-0.
In the second part, almost immediately, the Brazilians made it 3-0 through Beatriz Zanerato, who received a taquito pass from Borges. At minute 70, once again the figure of the match, Ary Borges achieved the fourth of the game and the third in his personal account.
In the last minutes of the match, the Panamanians managed to create plays that brought danger to the Brazilian goal, the clearest being that of Riley Tanner who made the goalkeeper Letizia Lima reach out and stop Tanner’s shot.

In Group F after the first day, Brazil is the leader with 3 points, followed by France and Jamaica with 1 and Panama without points.
Panama’s next game will be on Saturday, July 29, against Jamaica starting at 7:30 in the morning in the city of Perth, Australia.

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