Sao Paulo e Santos The historic rivalry will ignite the decision for the Women’s Cup title, with the match scheduled to take place on Sunday, 10:10 a.m., at Allianz Parque. The showdown is the end of the women’s soccer season.
In the first stage of the Women’s Cup, São Paulo had a 100% success. The team won three victories, 1-0, over Ferrovia, América de Cali (Colonel) and Internacional. On the other hand, Santos tied with Palmeiras at the start, but then easily beat River Plate-ARG and Flamengo.
The Tricolor would have a significant variance in resolution: Striker Glocia, the team’s top scorer for the season, has sustained a serious knee injury and will be undergoing surgery. And coach Lucas Pequeno, who is suspended, will not be on the edge of the field to direct the Sao Paulo team.
On the Santos side, confidence is in a sharp-footed pair. Caitlin Wiggers and J. Fernandez are the team’s top scorers in the Women’s Cup, with two goals each.
“Because it is a short tournament, the idea was to shoot all the girls and we had to be ready when the opportunity arose. Thank God I prepared myself to start as a rookie against River Plate, because of the Flamengo match and I got the goals,” said Santos, J, who is 16 Only, “We see how important this work is at the grassroots level, and how girls arrive more ready to take on the responsibilities when they make it to the main cast.”
It will be the fifth confrontation between the teams of the season. Sao Paulo has the advantage in 2021, with three wins over Santos once.
So let’s start the classics in the final!!!
Next Sunday (12/19), we will have the final between mermaids and tricolor at Allianz Parque!!!!
And yes, we will have fans in the final yes!!!!!
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BrasilLadiesCup December 17, 2021
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