Old Trafford was silenced and history was made

After having his Champions League dream dashed weeks ago against Barcelona in the semi-finals, Mayra Ramirez needed a deserved revenge in his first season in Europe.

Now, in the Premier League, he gets a chance to create history during a game against one of his long-time rivals Manchester United and the iconic 'theatre of dreams' of Old Trafford.

For this, he had two marks and two assists in his personal account, which helped contribute to the final 0-6 of the game. With 55 points, like Manchester City in the second box, the London team took the trophy due to a positive goal difference against the light blue team (53 to 46).

What was done by the Colombian in a stadium with the history of English football should be included in the history books of Colombian women's football, in addition, it sets a precedent again for the practice and its representatives. It is of the world.

Mera's first season at Chelsea

Participated in a goal every 102 minutes

He scored in the Champions League

An exhibition on the final day against Manchester United against WSL champions Chelsea

Women's Chelsea – Myra Ramirez | Photo: Image taken from X's profile @ChelseaFCW

It is remarkable that the Sibet-born goalscorer managed to reach these important marks in just a few games because he was injured for some long stretches of the season. Precisely against United, he responded to demands and returned to finish.

Chelsea lost at Old Trafford

Emma Hayes, Chelsea Women's Coach

Emma Hayes, Chelsea Women's Coach | Photo: Chelsea Girls.

The 47-year-old Englishman was named United States women's soccer coach. She ended her adventure with the 'Blues' with a seventh Women's Super League (WSL) title.Managed to dominate in last five years in 2015 and 2018.

“I can't say it's very sweet, but I can definitely say it's very hard. That's probably why it tastes so good. “I'm very relieved it's over,” Hayes told Sky Sports.

In this edition, his team only beat Manchester City (2nd, 55 points) on goal difference.

During this last match, Colombian player Mayra Ramírez, who arrived in West London in January, shone again during Saturday's visit to Old Trafford, scoring a double (2, 45) and providing two assists.

*With information from AFP.

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