Mexicans Abroad

Mexicanas Abroad in Europe: Recaps & Previews – Week 49

There was a lot of action on the old continent this past week, and it looks like some of the Mexicanas Abroad will be playing through the international break as well. Daniella Diaz and Ballerup-Skovlunde Fodbold (BSF) are playing on Saturday, while Silvana Flores and Ipswich Town play on Sunday. Most of the rest will be with the Mexican National Team, while Briana Woodall will continue to heal from her injury and Sofia Álvarez and Pamela Tajonar remain in Spain.

ÖFB-Frauenliga (Austria)

Briana Woodall was not on the game day roster for SPG SCR Altach / FFC Vorderland in their 3-1 win over FC Bergheim on Saturday, April 4th. Altach/Vorderland are in sixth place on the table with 14 points, six behind SoccerCoin USV Neulengbach and 14 behind league leaders spusu Sankt Pölten. Their next match is at SoccerCoin USV Neulengbach on Sunday, March 17th.

Division Slutspil (Denmark)

Daniella Díaz played in Ballerup-Skovlunde Fodbold (BSF)’s come-from-behind 5-1 win against Fredensborg on Saturday, April 2nd, assisting on Caroline Jacobsen’s game winning goal. BSF are in first place with eight points, a point over Solrød. BSF’s next match is hosting Solrød on Saturday, April 9th.

FA Women’s National League (England)

Silvana Flores was not on the game day roster for Ipswich Town with an injury, as the Tractor Girls lost to Southampton 2-1 on Sunday, April 3rd. Ipswich are still in first place with 54 points, one over Southampton, however Southampton has two games in hand over Ipswich. Ipswich has four matches left on the season, the next of which is hosting Chichester & Selsey on Sunday, April 10th.

Division 1 Féminine (France)

Emily Alvarado played all 90 minutes in Stade de Reims’ 2-1 win over Montpellier on Saturday, April 2nd. With the win, Reims was able to gain ground on Montpellier and Bordeaux, closing the gap to Reims’ 23 points to Montpellier and Bordeaux’ 29. Reims’ next match is at home against Soyaux-Charente on Saturday, April 16th.

Eredivisie Vrouwen (Netherlands)

Anika Rodriguez played all 90 minutes as PSV beat Heerenveen 1-0 on Friday, April 1st. PSV are in fourth place with 33 points, one behind Feyenoord and 12 behind league leaders Twente. Critically, PSV are also 11 behind second place Ajax for the final UEFA Champions League spot. With just five league games remaining, PSV has a tough road ahead. Their next match is the KNVB Cup Final against Ajax on Monday, April 18th, and their next league match is at VV Alkmaar on Friday, April 22nd.

Liga Iberdrola (Spain)

Sofia Álvarez was not on the game day roster as Valencia drew Athletic Club 2-2 on Saturday, April 2nd. Valencia are in 12th place with 25 points, one behind Madrid CFF and 53 behind first place Barcelona. Valencia’s next match is hosting Barcelona on Saturday, April 16th.

Pamela Tajonar was an unused substitute for Villarreal as they lost 6-1 to Barcelona on Saturday, April 2nd. Villarreal are in 14th place with 24 points, tied with Sporting Huelva, one behind Valencia, and more importantly five clear of Eibar and the relegation zone. Villarreal’s next match is hosting Sporting Huelva on Sunday, April 17th.

Itzel González was not on the game day roster as Sevilla lost 3-0 to Levante on Sunday, April 3rd. Sevilla are in eighth place with 32 points, two above Deportivo Alavés and nine behind Levante and Athletic Club. Sevilla’s next match is hosting Real Sociedad on Saturday, April 16th.

Kenti Robles was subbed out at the half for Ivana Andrés as Real Madrid lost 3-0 to Sporting Huelva on Sunday, April 3rd. Real Madrid are in fifth place with 47 points, three behind UDG Tenerife and Atlético Madrid, who are tied for third place and the final UEFA Champions League spot. Madrid plays at Alavés on Sunday, April 17th.

Damallsvenskan (Sweden)

Bri Campos was subbed out for Sarah Mellouk in the 64th minute of Umeå’s 3-0 loss to Brommapojkarna on Sunday, April 3rd. Just two games into the season, Umeå is in 12th place with one point. Umeå’s next match is hosting Campos’ former team Vittsjö GIK on Friday, April 15th.



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