The Chilean women’s team on Sunday leaned 3-0 against the powerful United States combined, in their second presentation at the 2019 World Cup in France, played against a good crowd frame at the Parque de los Príncipes de P Stadium you’re going. With this result, the Americans are at the helm of Group F with six points and a goal difference of +16, while Chile was stationed in third place without units and -5. If he wants to enter the final steefall as the best third, the national draw must win Thailand and hopefully with a goal. Despite stopping a line of five players, the team led by José Letelier could not stop a first-tier team, intense and that takes advantage of every mistake of the opponent, and who also contests this contest as defending champion. Without Alex Morgan on court, the great Figure of the American ones, the squad led by Jill Ellis was aggressive in attack, clearly presented the possession of the ball and took more advantage of the stopped balls. The United States may have structured a much looser marker, but the planetary monarch encountered a wall called Christiane Endler, the figure of Chile, presenting at least six notable interventions under the three sticks. The first figure of the brega came in after 11 minutes. After a bad rejection of the national lag with his head, Carli Lloyd pulled out near the crescent a left-handed volley that left Endler unnecessary. At 26′ they increased the number one FIFA ranking in the City of Light. After a corner throw from the left, Julie Ertz overcame Daniela Zamora’s slack mark and with a certain header sent the ball to the back of the net. All three of the game were in the first round. Lloyd scored his double in the 35th minute, scoring unopposed with a certain frentazo in the area. In the add-on, Ellis’s continued their clear dominance of both spherical and territorial, but failed to increase the board. The figure of Endler was responsible for this, who on at least five occasions drowned out the rival goal cry. He also consigned that the United States lost a penalty launch in the 80th minute via Carli Lloyd, who took out a deviated forehand. The fault was charged by German referee Riem Hussein after consulting the VAR, despite the offence being committed outside the area. For the third and final day of Group F, the ‘Red’ will be measured on Thursday 20 June to Thailand at Roazhon Park, in Rennes.