The Moroccan women’s under-17 football team lost to their Brazilian counterpart by a narrow score of 1-0 on Tuesday, in the opening match of the 7th edition of the U17 Women’s World Cup, which took place in India from October 11 to 30.
The task was far from simple for the National Women’s Under-17 team, which began its World Cup campaign with a clash against Brazil. The national young players lacked experience and confidence at times to finally lose with a score of (0-1).
For their debut in the Women’s Under-17 (U17) World Cup, the young players of the national team faced a daunting challenge when they faced Brazil, a regular in the competition.
Unfortunately, a goal conceded very early in the match (5th minute) by the star center forward of the Brazilians, Jhonson came to complicate the task of the Moroccans who already promised to be very difficult given the experience of the opponent. The Lionesses were able to hold on to prevent the Brazilians from scoring more.
The national team plays in pool A alongside India (host country), the United States, and Brazil.
Reigning champions Spain, who beat Mexico in the 2018 final, are both in Group C with Colombia, and China while Group D includes Japan, Tanzania, Canada, and France. Pool B includes Germany, Nigeria, New Zealand, and Chile.(With Map)