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The women's soccer team seeks a brilliant closure to the turbulent 2022

MADRID, 14 Nov.

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The women's soccer team seeks a brilliant closure to the turbulent 2022

MADRID, 14 Nov. (EUROPA PRESS) -

The Spanish women's soccer team will try to maintain its good run and close the turbulent 2022 with a new victory this Tuesday (8:00 p.m.) at La Cartuja in Seville against the competitive Japan, in what will be its last friendly before facing 2023, marked for the World Cup dispute.

Spain closes its season in the same scenario where it did it last year, then at the end of November and on a night with an atmosphere full of happiness since the night before facing Scotland in the qualifying phase for the England European Championship, Alexia Putellas made history with the conquest of her first Ballon d'Or.

The win against the British team was the finishing touch to enter a 2022 that aroused many illusions, but that since last summer has been blurring until the last conflict, which will now find a break and a time for reflection to try to find any solution.

At the moment, the 'new' team that Jorge Vilda is trying to build is fulfilling and scratching at a good level, something that they will need to add their third consecutive victory against Japan, which although it seems far from its best level of yesteryear, promises more ' battle' than the one that Argentina could give last Friday at the Álvarez Claro de Melilla.

Spain showed off against the albiceleste, which they thrashed 7-0 in an excellent night of football, which raised their spirits even more. After the valuable draw against Sweden (1-1) and the historic victory against the United States (2-0), he showed power against a rival one step lower, led by one of his new values, Salma Paralluelo.

The FC Barcelona striker was finally able to make her international debut and she did it in a big way, with a hat-trick almost in the blink of an eye in a duel where there were six other debutants. The Aragonese is emerging as a new starter in an eleven where the Andalusian Inma Gabarro could also have her starting opportunity, who also debuted with a goal and scored a brace against the Japanese U-20 in the World Cup final.

Now, the match is also relevant, as Vilda himself assured in the preview, because the Spanish and Japanese will face each other in the group stage of the World Cup and it can be a good rehearsal to see their respective weaknesses and strengths eight months from now of the big date.

Japan has also had to face its transition and is currently out of the 'Top 10' of the FIFA ranking after being world champion in 2011 and runner-up in 2015. The Asian team also arrives 'wounded' after falling 4-0 to the champion of Europe, England, in a friendly played at the Pinatar Arena, in Murcia, and will want to improve its image.

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