From the first minute Malvín came out to show his favorite badge and despite the defensive pressure from the Reds of the Market he knew how to find the necessary spaces to hurt. Florencia Somma with her medium distance shot managed to start to balance the period. As the minutes passed, the jerseys began to play their game and quickly found solutions with their outside launch. Despite Cynthia Díaz’s attempts to control the rival generation, the base could do nothing and the first quarter ended 28-7 in favor of the multi-champions.
In the complement of the first part, Agustina Aceredo became the main offensive weapon of Juan Pablo Serdio’s team. The number 20 took advantage of the opportunities that were generated and had Malvín play at her own pace. Despite the changes, the jerseys did not lower the performance they had been showing and they managed to further expand the distances. Sabina Bello’s re-entry was accompanied by a goal and dynamism when raising the ball. Already with the oiled gear the blue ones enjoyed good health and went to the long rest winning 44 to 13.
After the stop, Malvín returned to dominate the offensive actions and maintained his defensive pressure to continue controlling the match from that place. When the ball reached the hands of Sabrina Blanco, those led by Gustavo Méndez had the most dangerous moments at the time of attack. The errors at the time of raising the ball by Montevideo came at the best moment of the shirts and Carolina Fernández along with Fiorella Martinelli were in charge of transforming them into quick goals. A good finish by Florencia Cardoso allowed the best of the reds to be seen in the market despite entering the last 10 minutes losing 76 to 26.
The last period served to comply with the regulation. On the side of the multi-champions Florencia Fernández showed her entire range of offensive options and had to mistreat the rival defense while on the other side Cardoso had his best version and shortened the distance although the match was already defined. Malvín managed to close the game 97-37.