The powerful message from Las Campeona2 and Chingona2 before the Clásico Nacional. | OneFootball

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·30 September 2022

The powerful message from Las Campeona2 and Chingona2 before the Clásico Nacional.

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Win or win. There is no other option for Chivas Femenil when it comes to facing our club's top sporting antagonist, in addition to the fact that a win would bring the Rebaño closer to the possibility of finishing the tournament as overall leader for the first time in its history, which is why this Sunday night's Clásico Nacional at the Akron Stadium is doubly important.

Which is why this Friday the traditional Media Day was held at the Akron Stadium, a forum that Carolina Jaramillo, Adriana Iturbide and Susan Bejarano took advantage of to share their points of view on this duel that has aroused much expectation due to the soccer momentum of both teams.

Carolina Jaramillo: "When 'Pato' Alfaro took over the team he told us what he wanted to achieve, right now we are in first place, but we know that a Clasico is played to the death, it doesn't matter if America is in last place or we are in first or vice versa, it is going to be a very intense match and the fans are going to support both teams."

"We have been working well, we have been affected a little by the injury to 'Licha' (Cervantes), but the team has to be prepared for any kind of situation, it doesn't matter to us who scores the goal to win the 3 points."

Adriana Iturbide:"América is a good rival, they have brought very good foreign players who come to the league to demonstrate, in the end we are playing with pure Mexicans, that is what is important, we are representing Mexico and demonstrating why we are in first place."

"It feels like a nice environment, people are supporting, that's what I have felt off the field, because inside I can't say it until I play, the most important thing is not to disappoint the fans, we know what it means to play this kind of games and we are going to give everything on the field."

Susan Bejarano:"With being in first place we haven't won anything, it's going to be an even match, we know what we work on day by day, the key is to play as a team which is what has given us so far and the support of the fans has been very important for us."

"I am excited to be back and play a Clasico, they are different games, but we play with the same intensity as we do all week because there is more at stake than just 3 points."

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