On Saturday Boca showed all its power and ended up beating River 3 to 0, while on Sunday, UAI Urquiza started winning, San Lorenzo turned it around and El Furgón managed to tie it and take the definition to penalties, where it prevailed and was became the second runner-up in the AFA football top flight women’s tournament.
Boca, a landslide and fatherhood
Boca, who lost the Apertura in the penalty shootout against the Cyclone, reached the semifinal with nine wins and one defeat in the tournament, precisely against Boedo’s club. While River did it in undefeated condition, with nine wins and a draw, so it was presumed an even match.
However, Las Guerreras stretched paternity over their lifelong rival with an unappealable 3 to 0, on the El Porvenir court, with goals from Clarisa Huber (PT 6m), Yamila Rodríguez (PT 20m) and Andrea Ojeda (PT 44m). ), Boca won again in the Superclásico, which was played at the Ciudad de Caseros stadium, owned by Estudiantes de Buenos Aires.
In the second half River was able to discount through a penalty, but goalkeeper Oliveros stopped the Uruguayan Birizamberri from shooting.
The “Gladiadoras” came from beating Independiente in the quarterfinals by 1 to 0, while the “Millionaires” had won over Gimnasia and Esgrima de La Plata by 4 to 2.
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Boca lost only one occasion in the last 22 games it played against River. In the last 20 years, there is a record of four victories for Núñez’s team in 40 crosses. The previous game they played between them, the Gladiators thrashed 5-0.
The Van returns to a final
UAI Urquiza eliminated the champion San Lorenzo this Sunday in the penalty shootout (4-2) and qualified for the final of the AFA women’s Clausura tournament, which he will define with Boca Juniors.
The UAI got their ticket after drawing 2-2 in regulation time thanks to a Daiana Falfán goal with 10 minutes remaining in the match at the All Boys’ Islas Malvinas stadium.
The Villa Lynch club, which will seek its sixth women’s crown in Argentine football, took the lead with a goal from Micaela Sandoval (6m. PT) but Las Santitas managed to reverse the story with goals from captain Eliana Medina (5m. ST -of penalty-) and Débora Molina (22m. ST), until Falfán’s tie came.
The final is scheduled to be played on December 5. Boca is the maximum champion of AFA women’s football with 24 titles, but the UAI and Xeneize “have antecedents in definitions: although they will decide the title for the first time in the professional era, in the amateur stage the university team defeated it in the Final Tournament 2014 and in the Championship 2017-18.
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– AFA (@afa) November 21, 2021
In reserve there was “Millionaire revenge”
In the semi-finals of the Reserve Tournament, River beat Boca by 1 to 0 and Platense defeated SanLorenzo by 5 to 1. The final between the Millionaires and Calamares still has no date or time.