Colombia U-20 lost to Japan and got complicated in the Sud Ladies Cup

Colombia U-20 lost to Japan and got complicated in the Sud Ladies Cup
Colombia U-20 lost to Japan and got complicated in the Sud Ladies Cup

On this Wednesday afternoon, the Colombia under-20 team played the second game of the South Ladies Cup, friendly tournament that takes place in France and that serves as preparation for the World Cup of this category that will take place after the middle of the year precisely in Colombian territory.

For this opportunity, the coffee makers were measured with Japan and the result was 2-1 in favor of the eastern team, which is close to reaching the final of this sporting event.

The first to open the scoring were the Japanese, who surprised Colombia at 48′ thanks to a shot by Nana Kashimurawho sentenced the result for his team.

Already at minute 62, those directed by Carlos Paniagua found the tie thanks to a shot almost from medium distance by Natalia Hernandez, who with his left leg gave the team some peace of mind.

See also: Colombia sub-20 defeated Mexico and obtained the first victory in France

But Japan did not stop and 73′ Rio Sasaki expanded the score, thus leaving goalkeeper Luisa Agudelo and the ‘tricolor’ team that dreamed of reaching the final without options.

Thus, the only thing left to do is know how the next date will be to establish who Colombia’s next rival will be, taking into account that the coffee makers will rest precisely the next day.

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