FIFAWWC: Brazil 4-0 Panama, Ary Borges Bag HAT-TRICK! (VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS)

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Brazil recorded a big 4-0 victory against Panama in their opening match at the FIFA Women’s World Cup, MySportDab reports.

Ary Borges scored the first hat trick of the tournament which automatically put her as the leading goal scorer for now.

It wasn’t an easy one for the Panamanian women who were showed with four goals and they had no respond all through the 90 minutes.

Full Match Report

Incredible stuff from the Brazilian women who are know for being ruthless and one of the best teams in the World today.

Panama Women came in the match hoping they could frustrate their opponent in which they did well for the first 15 minutes.

Ary Borges scored the opening goal in the 19th minutes of the game after a wonderful teamwork effort saw her making it count 1-0.

The game cooled down a bit as both teams pushed each other back and front with nothing else until Ary Borges scored her brace making it 2-0 in the 39th minutes.

Both goals was enough as Brazil cooled down as they headed inside for the break with a 2-0 lead already against Panama who had nothing.

It was another 45 minutes which saw a lot more coming from the women from South America who added more to their tally.

Panama got stricken again in the 48th minutes making the scoreline 3-0 as they progressed thanks to the finish which came from Beatriz Zaneratto Joao.

Ary Borges scored her hattrick in the 70th minutes which ended the goal scoring as scoreline was able 4-0 and nothing else to add.

Things became calm as both sides became evenly balanced and nothing else could materialized in the match which entered the 90th minutes.

Brazil ended up claiming the 4-0 victory against Panama who had nothing to offer as they watched on while they concede a number of goals.

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