Brazil’s hat-trick hero Borges exceeds her wildest dreams on World Cup debut

Brazil’s hat-trick hero Borges exceeds her wildest dreams on World Cup debut

Brazil’s Ary Borges expressed her range of emotions during her Women’s World Cup debut, stating that she was pleasantly surprised to score a hat-trick in her first game at the tournament. Borges netted three goals and assisted another with a brilliant back-heel flick, leading Brazil to a victorious start against Panama. The 23-year-old, who plays for National Women’s Soccer League club Racing Louisville, described it as one of the happiest days of her life. After the match, Borges, who couldn’t hold back tears after her first goal, said, “I couldn’t have imagined this in my wildest dream.”

Borges acknowledged that her World Cup debut was a special moment, but she sees it as just the beginning of a long journey ahead. She experienced a rollercoaster of emotions throughout the day, ranging from extreme happiness to nervousness, tears, and smiles. Reflecting on her performance, Borges admitted that if someone had told her beforehand that she would score three goals in her debut, she would have laughed at them.

With her hat-trick, Borges joined an elite group of Brazilian players who have achieved the same feat in a Women’s World Cup game, including Pretinha, Cristiane, and Sissi. However, she is the first to accomplish this on her debut. Borges expressed her joy at being part of this select group and acknowledged the efforts of the women who have fought for football in Brazil, emphasizing the significance of this moment in her career.

Borges was named the Player of the Match for her outstanding performance and received the trophy from Brazilian veteran Marta, who has scored a record 17 goals in the Women’s World Cup. Borges specifically requested to receive the award from Marta, as she admires and is motivated by her. Sharing this special moment with Marta meant a lot to Borges, and she expressed her deep admiration for the veteran player.

In conclusion, Ary Borges had an unforgettable Women’s World Cup debut, scoring a hat-trick and experiencing a whirlwind of emotions. She recognizes the significance of her achievement and the impact of women’s football in Brazil. Being named Player of the Match and receiving the trophy from Marta added to the specialness of the moment for Borges.

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