The Lionesses qualified for the World Cup and secured the perfect attendance

Once again and as is a custom in world field hockey, Las Leonas got a new ticket to the World Cup, which will be played in Europe in July, after they got into the final of the Pan American Cup that is played in Santiago de Chile. Fernando Ferrara’s team defeated Canada 3-0 in one of the semifinals of the tournament and, in addition to being able to define the title on Saturday, they also secured one of the three tickets available for the Spain-Netherlands World Cup.
The score was only opened in the third quarter of play, when in the 2nd minute Agustina Gorzelany took advantage of a short corner to score. Already in the last quarter, the triumph was confirmed thanks to two goals from Jimena Cedrés, at 22 and 26 to confirm the passage to a new series.” I am satisfied with the result, the qualification to the World Cup, to finish in zero and to play the game with control and absolute dominance, “said Ferrara after the victory of the team, which in the group stage had beaten Uruguay 6-0 and Chile 4-0 to get into the definition. In this way, Las Leonas made sure to be perfectly in another world event, which this time will be held from July 1 to 17 in Terrassa and Amstelveen. Throughout its history, Argentina has two titles (Perth 2002 and Rosario 2010), and also has three silver and three bronze medals. In the last edition, in London 2018, they finished seventh.

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