Colombia Women’s National Team vs Brazil Live Streaming, Time & TV Copa America – International Football – Sports

Colombia will not only have eleven players when it takes on the heroic mission of defeating the giants of women’s football in South America. About 25,000 souls will accompany the coffee makers in a duel against Brazil for the Copa America title.

Colombian players celebrate their victory over Argentina, which gave them a place in the World Cup and the Olympics.

A favorite on paper, Debinha’s Canarinha, Beatriz Zanerato and Adriana have some of the best players on the continent. But the Colombians, led by 17-year-old prodigy Linda Caicedo, will have a yellow wave in the stands.

The numbers reflect David’s duel against Goliath: Brazil won seven out of eight in the contested Copa America, reached the World Cup final (2007) and won two Olympic silver medals (2004 and 2008).

Only Argentina defied the “Verdeamarelas” era in the Copa America, when they defeated them in the 2006 final with the Jose Maria Minilla Stadium in Mar del Plata as a square.

On the other hand, Colombia has two runners-up in the Copa America (2010, 2014) and only once, In the 2015 World Cup Canada, he passed the group stage of the World Cup or the Olympic Games.

Colombia vs. Brazil

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Colombia: 0
Brazil: 1 (Debinha, 38 PT)

Minute 7: A change in Brazil due to Angelina’s injury, Duda enters.
20th minute: Osmi’s free kick, a great opportunity.
22nd minute: A chance for Brazil, shot by Antonia.
32nd minute: A great angle shot by Adriana.
36th minute: Penalty kick for Brazil, a foul by Vanegas.
38th minute: Brazil goal.
53rd minute: A great free kick from Zanerato, passing from close range.
54th minute: A great save by Perez.

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Women’s Copa America Final Lineups

Only one change made Colombia participate in the match against Brazil. Daniela Caracas enters in place of Monica Ramos, the starting right-back, who goes to the bench.

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Colombia vs. Brazil
7 pm
Bucaramanga
TV: DirecTV Sports, regional channels and Win Sports +

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