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Colombia have a bye to face New Zealand in 2023

Colombia have a bye to face New Zealand in 2023

Goodbye to a historic 2023! The Colombian women’s national team will face the New Zealand national team again in their last game of the year.. This is the second friendly of the year against this national team After they met last Saturday, December 2 at El Campan, a game ended goalless.

The match was attended by more than 20,000 fans. He was trapped in midfield. The altitude of the city affected the players of the two national teams who were not used to these conditions and our people did not see the performance they consistently showed. Licey Maria Santos Herrera is one of the highest scorers of the national team. Was very important in the Colombian attack.

“Truth is a distinct sense, I have been to the stadium many times and today I can play with my family in El Campan, there is no equal with this great group, “It’s a dream come true.” said Catalina Perez, goalkeeper of the German tricolor and Werder Bremen.

This will be Bogota’s fourth time hosting the women’s national team tournament, but the For the first time it is being played at the Metropolitano de Teco, although Bogotá residents will not be able to enjoy the match Because it will be behind closed doors. Previously, two friendlies were played in the capital: against Chile in 2010, first at Club La Fortaleza (September 18) with a 2-0 win, then, two days later at what is now the FCF sports headquarters and Again they won 2-1.

The Colombian national team faced a safe and orderly New Zealand. about that Things that could improve this new commitment against New Zealand, Myra Ramirez He promised that “There are things that need to be worked on, we have to mention, But another game is coming and we have to learn and come back.

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After this double friendly date, The tricolor will continue to be prepared for the W Gold Cup and the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. The goal is to get a medal. For now, the direct coach continues to be Angelo Marsiglia, who was named in charge following the departure of Nelson Abadia on August 31.

Possible forms from Colombia and New Zealand

Colombia: Catalina Perez; Carolina Arias, Zorelyn Carabali, Viviana Acosta, Manuela Vanegas; Lorena Bedoya, Daniela Montoya; Leicy Santos, Marcela Restrepo, Catalina Usme, and Mayra Ramírez.

TD: Angelo Marsiglia (E).

New Zealand: Anna Leit, Michaela Leigh Foster, Katie Bowen, Rebecca Stott, Mackenzie Barry, Betsy Hassett, Malia Steinmetz, Paige Satchel, Jackie Hand, Ava Collins and Grace Zale.

TD: Zhitka Klimkova.

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