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Ary Borges scores three goals, and Brazil overtakes Panama in the opening of the Cup

With three goals from newcomer Ary Borges, Brazil thrashed Panama and started the Women’s World Cup with victory; Brazilian team maintains positive record in debuts

O Brazil ran over the Panama 4-0 this Monday, the 24th, and started the 2023 Women’s World Cup with victory. Ary Borges (three times) and Bia Zaneratto secured the triumph of the Brazilian National Team at Coopers Stadium, in Adelaide, Australia, in the match valid for the first round of Group F.


With the result, Brazil won three points and an important goal difference to assume the leadership of the group, which also has France It is Jamaica. With the goalless draw between the French and Jamaicans, the Brazilians are two points clear in the first place in Group F.

The teams return to the field for the second round of the group stage later this week. On Saturday, July 29, at 7 am (Brasília time), Brazil will face France, at Brisbane Stadium. On the same day, at 9:30 am, Panama faces Jamaica.

Performance in premieres

In the ninth participation in nine editions of World Cups, Brazil maintained the 100% success rate in debuts. The South American selection triumph against Japan, Sweden, Mexico, South Korea (twice), New Zealand, Australia It is Jamaica. See the history of the last eight premieres:

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1991: 1×0 JAP – Elane
1995: 1×0 SUE – Roseli
1999: 7×1 MEX – Pretinha (3), Sissi (3), Katia C
2003: 3×0 COR – Marta and Katia C (2)
2007: 5×0 NZL – Daniela, Cristiane, Marta (2) and Renata C
2011: 1×0 AUS – Rosana
2015: 2×0 COR – Ant and Marta
2019: 3×0 JAM – Cristiane (3)

Brazil remains invincible in World Cup debuts
Brazil remains invincible in World Cup debuts (Credit: GettyImages)

The game

Favorite in the match, Brazil dominated the first half. In the first minute, the team attacked from the left, Bia Zaneratto received a pass from debinha through the middle and sprinted out to throw Adriana in the area. The number 11 shirt sent the right foot and demanded a good defense from the goalkeeper Bailey.

The Brazilian team remained in control of the attacking actions, putting pressure on Panama for the ball, and the goal came in the 18th minute, with Ary Borges. in the bid, Tamires played for Debinha, who made the cut for the middle and crossed for shirt 17 to head no chances for the goalkeeper: 1 to 0.

Brazil reached the second goal in the 38th minute of the opening stage, with another ball in the net by Ary Borges. In the bid, Adriana played for Tamires, who charged to the bottom line and crossed for shirt number 17 to head into the small area. Goalkeeper Bailey made the save, but the Brazilian only had the job of pushing: 2-0.

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The second half started in the best way possible: with a goal. After just three minutes, Brazil increased the score to 3-0, this time with a goal by Bia Zaneratto. In a beautiful collective move, Tamires opened for Debinha on the left, who paired with Adriana. Shirt number 11 crossed for Ary Borges, who touched back heel to leave Bia free: 3 to 0.

The rout was confirmed in the 25th minute, with the third goal by Ary Borges. In the bid, Geyse received from Tamires on the left, made the cut and crossed with a left hand. The marking faltered and Ary, alone, headed: 4 to 0.


Ary Borges scores three goals, and Brazil overtakes Panama in the opening of the Cup

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