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Triumphant Brazil Glides into Gold Cup Final, Dominating Mexico with a 3-0 Victory

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Brazil beat Mexico 3-0 in San Diego to win the CONCACAF Women’s Gold Cup and move on to the final.

With a 3-0 win over Mexico, Brazil earned their spot in the CONCACAF women’s Gold Cup final. Since the USA or Canada haven’t played their semi-final match yet, the winner will play the winner of this match.

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Adriana scored the first goal in the 21st minute after Stephany Barrera, a goalkeeper from Mexico, made a mistake. The game changed in favor of Mexico when Nicolette Hernandez was given a red card for a hit on Bia Zaneratto. This was confirmed by VAR.

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Antonia scored an amazing goal that gave Brazil a bigger lead, and Yasmim scored a creative goal soon after break that sealed the win. Even though Mexico tried and Lizbeth Ovalle almost succeeded in her brave try, Brazil was clearly the best team, showing how strong they are and going straight to the final.

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