Argentine ex-world champion surrenders to Alianza fans who packed Matute in the women’s final

The bi-championship achieved by the Alianza Lima women’s team was not only highlighted nationally, but also internationally. Quite apart from the resounding 3-0 victory against Carlos A. Mannucci, the blue and white team was recognized by the 30,000 fans it brought to the Alejandro Villanueva stadium and which set a new record in Peruvian women’s football.

From Argentina, a former world champion and runner-up in the Copa América with the Albiceleste surrendered to the number of fans that the La Victoria team had last Thursday, October 6. It’s about the former soccer player Juan Pablo Sorin who now works as a commentator and promoter of women’s soccer. Through social networks, the historic River Plate player greeted Alianza Lima for what has been achieved.

“Women’s soccer doesn’t interest anyone… 30,000 people to see and celebrate the title of the now two-time champions Alianza Lima 3-0 Carlos Mannucci. Beautiful party at the Alejandro Villanueva stadium. I hug all the people of Peru! wrote on his Twitter account.

The presence of the 30,000 fans in the final of the 2022 Women’s League not only set a new record in the Peruvian tournament, but also internationally.

With respect to South America, this attendance record was among the first three places, while worldwide it entered the top 10, a select list along with FC Barcelona and Real Madrid.