Palmeiras faces ESMAC seeking to surpass 2021 numbers in the Brazilian Championship
Palmeiras takes the field this Sunday (7), at 11am (Brasília), against Esmac. The match, valid for the last round of the first phase of the Brazilian Women's Championship is crucial for the Palestrinas to stay on top of the table. In addition, the team seeks to overcome marks achieved last season.
Under the command of Ricardo Belli in 2021, the Verdão was in second place throughout the initial phase of the competition, behind Corinthians, on https://cricketbetting10.in/ipl-betting/. In 15 games, they scored 45 goals - best attack - and 13 conceded - best defense, tied with the leader.
This performance gave confidence to the athletes who also did well in the knockout stages, reaching the final of the tournament for the first time in history, but finishing with the silver medal.
Currently, the team also has Belli on the bench. However, until the 13th round, Hoffmann Tulio was in charge of the squad and, with him, Palmeiras had good results and achieved an unprecedented victory over Corinthians, something that had not occurred since the reactivation of women's soccer at the club, in 2019. In the last round, then, the Palestrinas can overcome numbers from last year, such as the goals scored - currently with 41 - and those conceded - currently with 12. If they win the final clash, the score will be the same, with 37.
For this, the Alviverde takes the field this Sunday (7), at 11am (Brasília), in front of ESMAC. The opponent is second from last in the table of the Brazilian Championship with eight points from 14 games. And here is the table itself.