Brazil won its fourth straight Copa America Femenina title Saturday, downing Colombia 1-0 to clinch the team’s eighth championship.
Debinha scored Brazil’s lone goal, burying a penalty kick after drawing a foul in the game’s 37th minute.
Brazil receives a PK for this challenge pic.twitter.com/SV8GKJe1jC— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) July 31, 2022
Brazil receives a PK for this challenge pic.twitter.com/SV8GKJe1jC
BRAZIL ON TOP 🇧🇷🔥Debinha buries the PK to take the lead! pic.twitter.com/82CRAv9pMh— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) July 31, 2022
BRAZIL ON TOP 🇧🇷🔥Debinha buries the PK to take the lead! pic.twitter.com/82CRAv9pMh
Brazil maintained the tournament clean sheet, finishing the competition with 20 goals scored and none conceded.
With the victory, Brazil coach Pia Sundhage becomes the first female coach to lift the Copa America trophy. Brazil walks away with $1.5 million in prize money, while Colombia will take home $500,000.
Brazil and Colombia both clinched World Cup and Olympic berths after finishing in the top three in Bucaramanga.