The women’s roller hockey team will fight for its eighth world title


The Spanish women’s roller hockey team will play in the final of the World Skating Games that are being held in Argentina after signing another win in the semifinals, this time 5-1 against Italy.

In this way, the national team will play for the tenth time in its history for a world title that it has won seven times, the last three consecutively. His rival will come from the winner of the duel between the host Argentina and Portugal.

Spain tried to dominate from the start, but could only express their superiority in a great second half where they ended the resistance of an Italy that came with options after Pamela Lapolla equalized Marta Piquero’s penalty goal.

After the break, Ricard Muñoz’s team maintained control of the clash and their scorer, Aina Florenza, was in charge of returning the lead on the scoreboard after having previously warned with a shot off the crossbar.

With no time for the Italian team to take the blow and react, Berta Busquets increased the difference and from then on everything was easier for the current champion, who closed the scoring with a new goal from Florenza and another from Mariona Colomer.