Mexicans Abroad

Mexicanas Abroad: Recaps & Previews – Week 29

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After returning from the international break, play resumed across the globe. Anika Rodríguez scored a goal, Verónica Jiménez and Perla Morones’  team won 14-0, and while others may not have had as much success this week, it’s good to see so many getting minutes at clubs. Hopefully more will become more permanent fixtures on starting elevens as time goes on.

Kvindeliga (Denmark)

Daniella Diaz was not on the gameday roster as Brøndby lost 3-1 to Thy ThystedQ on Saturday, September 26th. Brøndby sits in fourth place with 10 points, five behind Thy ThistedQ and nine behind league leaders Køge. They play Køge in the Kvindepokalen (Danish Women’s Cup) on Wednesday, September 29th before hosting Thy ThystedQ in Kvindeliga play on Sunday, October 3rd.

FA Women’s Super League (England)

Silvana Flores was an unused substitute as Tottenham beat her old club Reading 1-0 on Sunday, September 26th. Tottenham are second in the table with nine points in three games, behind Arsenal only on goal differential. They’ll play Arsenal on Wednesday, September 29th in the Women’s FA Cup before hosting Leicester City in Super League play on Sunday, October 3rd.

Division 1 Féminine (France)

Emily Alvarado played all 90 minutes in Stade de Reims 4-1 loss to Montpellier on Saturday, September 25th. Reims is in last place with one point, but are two behind Soyaux, Dijon, and Issy, who they play on Saturday, October 2nd.

Liga Nacional de Fútbol Femenino (Guatemala)

CSD Suchitépequez thrashed CSD Sacatepéquez 14-0 on Sunday, September 26th. It’s unclear if either Verónica Jiménez or Perla Morones played in the match. Suchitépequez is in first place in Group A2 with 16 points, three over CD Marquense. Their next match is Saturday, October 2nd at Deportivo Amatitlán.

Eredivisie Vrouwen (Netherlands)

Anika Rodriguez played all 90 minutes and scored a goal as PSV beat FC Twente 2-1 on Sunday, September 26th. PSV are in second place with seven points, two behind PEC Zwolle after three games. PSV will be in The Hague for a match against ADO Den Haag on Friday, October 1st.

Campeonato Nacional Feminino (Portugal)

Myra Delgadillo played all 90 minutes and picked up a yellow card as SC Braga beat FC Famalicão 2-0 on Sunday, September 26th. Braga is 2-0-0 and ahead of Lank Vilaverdense on goal differential. Braga will be on the road as they face Clube Albergaria/Durit on Sunday, October 3rd.

Liga Iberdrola (Spain)

Pamela Tajonar was an unused substitute as Villarreal lost 2-0 to Deportivo Alavés on Saturday, September 25th. Villarreal sits in eighth place with four points, three points. Their next match is hosting Barcelona on Wednesday, September 29th, and they’ll face Real Sociedad on the road on Sunday, October 3rd.

Kenti Robles came on for Lucia Rodríguez in the 77th minute of Real Madrid’s 1-1 draw against UDG Tenerife on Saturday, September 25th. Real Madrid sits in 14th place with just one point on the season. Their next match is hosting Real Sociedad on Wednesday, September 29th, and they’ll be at Athletic Club on Sunday, October 3rd.

Damallsvenskan (Sweden)

Bri Campos came on in the 58th minute for Tove Almqvist as Vittsjö GIK drew Piteå IF 1-1 on Sunday, September 26th. Vittsjö are in seventh place with 22 points, behind Linköping on goal differential and 23 points behind first place Rosengård. They’ll face Jitex in a Svenska Cuppen match on Wednesday, September 29th before hosting Linköping on Saturday, October 2nd in Damallsvenskan play.

National Women’s Soccer League (United States)

Sabrina Flores was not on the gameday roster as Gotham FC beat the North Carolina Courage 3-1 on Saturday, September 25th. Gotham are in eighth place with 25 points, one point behind the Washington Spirit who are in sixth place, which is the last playoff spot in the NWSL. Gotham will be on the road to face Racing Louisville on Friday, October 1st.

Katie Johnson subbed on in the 87th minute for Mal Pugh as the Chicago Red Stars beat the Portland Thorns 2-1 on Saturday, September 25th. Chicago are in fourth place with 29 points, tied with North Carolina and six behind third place OL Reign. Their next match is Saturday, October 2nd when they host the Orlando Pride.

Karina Rodríguez subbed on in the 88th minute for Ashley Sanchez in the Washington Spirit’s 2-1 win over Kansas City on Sunday, September 26th. The Spirit are in sixth place with 26 points, two behind Orlando. The Spirit will be on the road against the North Carolina Courage on Friday, October 1st.

Jimena López was not on the gameday roster as OL Reign beat the Orlando Pride 3-0 on Sunday, September 26th. The Reign are in second place with 35 points, three behind first place Portland. OL will be on the road against archrivals Portland on Saturday, October 2nd.




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