Malditas Mixtape: Goals, goals, goals!
ABS-CBN Sports on Apr 09, 2018 01:25 PM
Check out some Malditas' offensive highlights, including a fantastic finish from Sara Castañeda in the UAAP! (Photo courtesy of Mia Montayre/The Philippine Football Federation)
Still on a high from the Malditas’ big win over Jordan last week?
Yeah, so are we.
So while we get ready as our Philippine Women’s National Football team gets set to take to the pitch once again, this time against eight-time champions China PR in the Group Stage of the 2018 AFC Women’s Asian Cup, we thought we’d check out some of our Malditas’ offensive highlights, you know, something like a mixtape.
What better way to get excited, right?
First off, here’s our hero against Jordan, Sarina Bolden and her recent game-winner!
…looks like she’s got a knack for game winners, as she’s also hit one for Loyola Marymount University, which checks in at #4.
Goalkeepers are known for preventing goals, not so much making them, but here’s UAAP champion Inna Palacios making a goal of her own in her final match as a member of the DLSU Lady Archers!
How about Hali Long finishing off a free kick with a header back in her Little Rock soccer days?
But wait, there’s more! Hali also in last year’s Asian Cup Qualifiers agaisnt Iraq…
…and followed that up with a hat trick against Tajikistan!
Here’s co-captain Tahnai Annis and some of her best conversions from her time at Florida!
Former UAAP MVP and UAAP Champion Alesa Dolino shows off at the PFF Women’s League!
Speaking of former UAAP stars, here’s former UAAP Best Striker and Ateneo star Cam Rodriguez with some fantastic conversions
Here’s one more from the UAAP, courtesy of UAAP champion and former Rookie of the Year Sara Castañeda!
How about some from Caitlyn Kreutz, scoring for her UNLV Runnnin’ Rebels?
And here’s Ryley Bugay finishing a free kick for the Marquette Golden Eagles!
WATCH: Clinical finish for Ryley Bugay on the eventual match winner for her first career goal. pic.twitter.com/nH9JtiwPjm— MARQUETTE Soccer (@MUWomensSoccer) August 27, 2017
With this much firepower on the Malditas’, it’s no surprise that they’re doing as well as they are now!
Go get ‘em, girls!
*Credit goes to the owners of the videos. Thanks!*