San Pedro Sula, Honduras.
The match was played at Morazán Stadium in San Pedro Sula as the fans who arrived at the sports stadium enjoyed a beautiful afternoon of football.
Alcatracha troupe led by mexican Juan Carlos Tenorio, They achieved an important win since they were defeated 6-0 by Haiti on their debut.
With this score, the duo finished third in Group E with three points. The two leaders are Cuba and Haiti which add 6 units.
The next commitments will be the women’s H against Cuba, next March 7 at the Antonio Maceio Stadium in Santiago de Cuba and on the 11th of the same month against San Vicente at Morazán Stadium.
The Women’s World Cup consists of six groups of five teams, and the winners from each group will advance to the final stage called CONCACAF 2022, where the United States and Canada will be merged.
This latest round will award two direct tickets to the World Cup and two will go on to play an Intercontinental Playoff.
In the 27th minute of the first half, Catracha climbed onto the scoreboard thanks to the right hand of the steering wheel Kimberly Diaz.
Only at the beginning of the supplemental part, the girl Linda Moncada set the second goal in favor of H when it was played only in the 47th minute.
In the 74th minute, Kendra Haylock received a through pass and entered the area and crossed to the goalkeeper for the third.
The best of the match came in the 77th minute through Kimberly Lopez. Karacha took out a shoe fixed to the bottom of the net, impossible for the visiting goalkeeper to stop.
Honduras: Sherry Arzo, Barbara Murillo, Ana Valadares, Dania Reyes, Christina Giron, Kimberly Diaz, Deborah Tobias, Mirian Martinez, Kendra Haylock, Trumali Ramirez and Linda Moncada.
DT: Juan Carlos Tenorio.
BVI: Britney Peters, Zuleta Bamford, Ariel Muhammedk, Makeda Fahey, Kelly Brickwood, Kara Lewis, Zina Sheikh, Gabriel Jermain, Kezia Jumps, Jasmine Fox and Alicia King.
DT: Wayne Philip.
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