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09 de February de 2024. 9:53 pm.

In a spectacular match, Rayadas de Monterrey defeated Pumas 3-2 at the Estadio Olimpico Universitario.

Las regias  started looking for the opponent's goal and managed to go up on the scoreboard. In the second half, Pumas scored two goals, but Rayadas de Monterrey managed to turn the game around.

17' PUMAS 0-1 RAYADAS | Jermaine Seoposenwe
Jermaine drove and shot the ball past Ana Mendoza to open the scoring.

Minutes later, Stephanie Ribeiro tried to caught Pamela Tajonar off guard with a shot from distance, but the ball hit the post.

At the 31st minute, Seoposenwe came close to scoring the second one for Monterrey, after driving the ball down the right flank, cutting back to the center and shooting, but goalkeeper Heidi Gonzalez prevented the Albiazul goal.

In the second half, las felinas went up on the scoreboard, but in the end the Rayadas prevailed.

Pamela Tajonar saved a powerful shot by Paola Chavero at 47'.

After a foul by Alejandra Lua inside the Rayadas' box, the referee awarded Pumas Femenil a penalty kick at minute 59.

59' PUMAS 1-1 RAYADAS | Desiree Monsivais
With a powerful shot, Desiree made the penalty kick effective.

61' PUMAS 2-1 RAYADAS | Stephanie Ribeiro
Stephanie Ribeiro scored the second for Pumas Femenil with a powerful shot.

68' PUMAS 2-2 RAYADAS | Myra Delgadillo
After a long ball from Merel Van Dongen, Myra Delgadillo cut back to Dania Padilla and scored to tie the game. Goal, Myra!

After a series of rebounds inside Pumas' box, Yaneisy Rodriguez committed a handball and the referee awarded Monterrey a penalty kick at minute 74.

75' PUMAS 2-3 RAYADAS | Rebeca Bernal
Rebeca Bernal scored Monterrey's third with a powerful right-footed shot.

With this result, Rayadas now have 16 points and move up to third place in the overall standings.

On Monday, March 4, at 7:00 p.m., Rayadas will host Santos at Estadio BBVA after the women's FIFA Women's Day

Andrés Jiménez