Portugal scored again in the Women’s European Hockey Championship, this time France, with a score of 9-1, in the second round of the tournament being held in Pavilhao Municipal de Luso, in Milhada, in Aveiro.
After 11-0 over England, on his debut, the Portuguese again showed a clear superiority, in a challenge that in the first half was already 5-1 ahead.
Marilyn Souza, with a score of 39 seconds, ended prematurely with Galic’s resistance, who conceded another goal five minutes later, seconds after Anna Catarina scored the third goal.
It was signed by Maria Sofia Silva 4-0, in the 14th minute, but France reduced it by Vanessa Daribo, at 20. However, after three minutes,
Anna Catarina increased the lead (5-1) and at the age of 35 made it 6-1.
Ana Catarina (38), Marilyn Souza (45) and Raquel Santos (49) will extend the bottom line.
Portugal leads with six points from two matches, followed by Spain with one game in hand and Italy with three points, while France and England have not scored yet.
This Wednesday, Portugal will face Italy at 20.00, while Spain will face England at 17.30.
Spain holds the record with six titles – including the last five, with Portugal reaching the final in the last four – followed by Portugal with three, Italy and Germany, with two, and France with one.
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