Chile faces Canada and achieves its first victory in the Olympics

Friday 23 July 2021

At 3:30 on Saturday, the women’s national team will play a tough obstacle course at the Tokyo Olympics. The “red” will be measured against Canada, the competitor who knows about this competition, since they have achieved two bronzes in their last two Olympic events.

The Chilean women’s team faces Canada in the second date of the Olympic Games. Those led by Jose Letelier fell out in the first match against Great Britain and they have to add if they want to fight for a place in the quarter-finals. But the challenge is not easy, as they are measured against the eighth best team in the FIFA ranking.

The Canadians and Chileans will face each other starting at 3:30 national time at the Sapporo Dome. North America tied Japan in their first match, a result that benefited Chile in its aspirations to qualify.

Kristen Sinclair is the national team’s top scorer with a five-game unbeaten record. For his part, the “red” did not get a victory in four matches.

Possible exercises:

Chile: Christian Endler; Nyadette Lopez, Daniela Pardo, Carla Guerrero, Camila Saez; Yesenia Lopez, Karen Araya, Francesca Lara; Daniela Zamora, Maria Jose Urrutia, Yanara Ido.

Canada: Stephanie Lab. Ashley Lawrence, Kadisha Buchanan, Shelena Zadorsky, Alisha Chapman; Desiree Scott, Rebecca Quinn, Jesse Fleming; Janine Becky, Kristen Sinclair, Nichelle Prince.

Referee: Esther Staubley (SUI)

Venue: Sapporo Dome

Starting time: 3:30 hours

Television: TVN and Claro Sports

All the details: Live it with Prensaf Fú and its mobile application.

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