The Brazil women’s national team lost to the United States in Orlando

Marta worked during the conflict with the United States
Photo: Sam Robles / CPF

The Brazilian women’s team is not opposed to the strength of the best team in the world. Sunday (21) also created a consistent battle with the United States, but it lost 2-0 in Orlando, a match valid for the second round of the She Believes Cup, seen as preparations for the Tokyo Olympics.

The US national team, who was the match host, opened the scoring with ten minutes remaining in the first half of the Christine Press match. After coming off the dives several times to win, he set victory in the final round of 42 with Megan Robinho.

Sunday’s match is Brazil’s fifteenth match with Pia Sundaki, who led the team to victory after the World Cup 2019. Without a doubt, it was very difficult. It ended with a loss for the second team, winning nine times with the Swedish coach and tied four more times.

The result is that the United States is closer to the championship title as they beat Canada 1-0 and will only have to draw with Argentina on Wednesday to retain the title. On the same day, the Brazilian national team, which beat Argentina 4-1, will face the Canadians at 6:00 pm (Brasilia time).

Pia measures Brazil against USA: Barbara; Kathilan (Josinara), Bruna Benitez, Raphael, and Tamier; Pia Sanato (Julia Bianchi), Andressinha, Andressa Alves (Christian) and Martha; Ludmila (Giovanna) and her two sons.

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