The upcoming Superclásico winner of Argentine football will determine the first female champion of the era of professionalism. After a difficult year in 2020, as the coronavirus pandemic forced the cancellation of the tournament, in November the ball rolled again so that, finally, Boca and River face each other in a definition that would remain in the history of national sport.
What time are they playing?
Xeneize and the millionaire will face each other for the title, this Tuesday From 19:10 At Jose Amalfitani Stadium, arbitration by Maria Laura Fortunato.
Where to watch the final match?
This super classic women’s soccer game It will be broadcast live on TNT Sports. But you’ll also be able to follow it here, at first.
How did you get to Boca?
The wrestlers are the favorites to win the first female professional football tournament in Argentina. They had a great campaign when football was back, and before that too. When the competition for the 2019/2020 season was canceled, they remained at number one on the table, along with their place in this year’s Copa Libertadores.
Then at the end of November when football was back, the performance was preserved, Reaching the final with a fence unbeaten, with a total of 26 goals in six matches. on fire!
Those dressed in blue and gold lead the record for the decade versus Nunez, with 14 wins out of 24 matches played. In addition, they are the most amateur era winners, with 23 victories in the country.
How does the river get?
Although the millionaires had to struggle a little more on their way to the Grand Final, they would be there to make history. They won all of their matches They defeated UAI Urquiza twice in the semi-finals, after a 2–2 draw that was decided from a penalty kick, with River’s 3–1 victory.
Before stopping due to the epidemic, those led by Daniel Reyes occupied fourth place in the table, but what has been done this season has allowed him to remain in second place to compete in the extreme continental championship, which will be held on Argentine soil.
During a conversation with Olé, DT was confident of his Superclásico players. “We got to the final very well against Boca. We really wanted to face them again. I feel that everything we developed during that period allowed us to play very good matches and reach the Final in the best way. “
Bucca: Lorena Oliviros. Julieta Cruz, Florencia Kignones, Nulia Espendola and Ileana Stabil; Lorena Benitez, Clarissa Huber, Fabiana Vallejos; Carolina Troncoso, Andrea Ojeda, Yamela Rodriguez.
River: Florencia Chiribelo; Laura Philip, Andrea Lopez, Daniela Meirelles, Betiana Sunetti; Melina Moreno, Vanessa Benona, Justina Morcello; Carolina Bizampere, Lourdes Lescano, Lucia Martelly.