The win this year confirms the strength of Colombia in the women’s soccer sport. The team overwhelmed their rivals, going undefeated without conceding a single goal.
MOSQUERA, Colombia ꟷ The Colombian women’s futsal team was crowned champion of the IV World Cup held in their country. They beat the Canadian team by a score of 12 to zero. Futsal is a form of indoor soccer endorsed by FIFA, popular throughout Europe and Latin America. In addition to Colombia and Canada, the podium featured Venezuela, which defeated the Catalan team three to zero.
The win represents Colombia’s second title by the national team. In 2013, the team took the crown after a close match against Venezuela, winning three to two. In their previous championship match in 2017, the team played in Balaguer, Spain. The Colombians finished third, beating Paraguay three to zero.
The win this year confirms the strength of Colombia in the women’s soccer sport. The team overwhelmed their rivals, going undefeated without conceding a single goal. They advanced smoothly in their group stage with massive victories over Canada (8-0), Australia (13-0), and Uruguay (7-0). In the quarterfinals, they beat Paraguay (9-0); and in the semifinals they overcame Venezuela (6-0).
Led by Professor Willington Ortíz, the team closed out the tournament with six overwhelming victories, 55 goals for, and zero against. Colombia proved itself the undisputed world champion.
All photos by Dagoberto Garzón Q.
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