The Canadian women’s national team continues to make history, and today it has already established itself as one of the great forces of world women’s football. This is further evidenced by Arnold Clarke’s victory over Germany in the final of the Cup.
To recap a bit, the Arnold Clark Cup is the first edition of a tournament organized by the UK. Four world powers are participating in the Sheffields Cup, simulating the design of the American tournament.
In the opening edition, the host of the tournament, England, invited the selection of Spain, Germany and Canada in a match where four guests would face each other in the same match.
In Canada’s debut match, they drew 1-1 with England. Artwork by Janine Becky for Maple Leaf.
However, this Sunday, February 20, Canada got a historic result, beating them against a powerful German team that came from a goal draw with Spain on the first day of the second day of the tournament.
The nets moved only once the game started when Vanessa Gilles scored for the Canadians, so minutes passed and the first half was over, the game continued its course in the second half and as the clock progressed, an end ended in a historic record. Canada.
The game was over and Canada won a huge victory over Germany. Canada thus surpassed their first victory without conceding a goal against Germany.
It should be noted that this Canadian team has very young footballers on its team and, on the other hand, could not trust its biggest man Christine Sinclair due to the loss of sensitivity of his mother.
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