Women’s soccer: 1-0 against Colombia, Brazil won the Copa America – soccer

Brazil won the America’s Women’s Football Cup by defeating Colombia 1-0 in the final match, which was played in front of more than 20 thousand fans in Bucaramanga (Northeast Colombia). Depenha scored the winning goal from a penalty kick in the 39th minute for the Brazilians, who dominated the continental championship with six victories in the same number of matches, scoring 20 goals without conceding a net.
Thus, Canarinhas once again confirmed its overwhelming dominance by winning the eighth Copa América tournament in nine editions (only the 2006 edition it escaped, losing in the final to Argentina).
Sweden’s Pia Sundag, coach of Brazil for three years, adds the title to her list that also includes two Olympic gold medals collected at the helm of the United States in 2008 and 2012. Having reached the final, Brazil and Colombia qualified for the 2023 World Cup. The trophy is scheduled in Australia. and New Zealand, and for the Paris 2024 Games.

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