Panama and Honduras made no difference in their meeting for date 2 of group F, held this Monday at the Félix Sánchez Olympic stadium.
The locals began by winning with a goal from Emily Cedeño in the 57th minute of the complementary stage, while through Larissa Arias the visitor equalized the match a few minutes later.
Panama lost the chance to take the lead 94 minutes into the second half, hitting the post with a ball that Wendy Natis regretted.
The figure of the meeting was Larissa Arias. The midfielder from Honduras stood out against Panama as he converted 1 goal and kicked 3 times on goal.
Another of the key players at the Félix Sánchez Olympic Stadium was Emily Cedeño. The Panama striker converted 1 goal and kicked 2 times on goal against Honduras.
It was a game full of infractions, with a high dose of rough play and full of interruptions. There were several cautioned: Alessandra Canahuati, Ana Rodríguez, Sofía Morales and Karla Calix.
Panama’s coach, Raiza Gutierrez, arranged a 4-3-3 formation on the field with Alejandra Garay in goal; Ana Rodríguez, Hilary Jaén, Wendy Natis and Yamileth Palacio in the defensive line; Erika Arauz, Deysire Salazar and Aldrith Quintero in the middle; and Emily Cedeño, Ana Quintero and Mickeylis Gutiérrez in the attack.
For their part, those led by Juan Carlos Tenorio stood with a 4-5-1 strategy with Ashley Fonseca under the three sticks; Daniela Zuñiga, Yeymi Lanza, Karol García and Anyeli Rodriguez in defense; Alessandra Canahuati, Emelly Chicas, Karla Calix, Larissa Arias and Sofía Morales in midfield; and Allison Pastrana up front.
The designated referee for the match was Carly Shaw-Maclaren.
Panama will visit Guyana on the next day, while Honduras will visit Mexico at the Félix Sánchez Olympic Stadium.
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