In the first match of Day 3 of the Women’s Pan American Cup, Mexico and Chile played. In the opening minutes, Chile’s Manuela Urroz shot and a deflection by Mexico put Chile ahead 1-0 over Mexico. Soon after, Chile was awarded the first penalty corner of the match, but the shot was blocked by Mexico’s defense. Chile had another penalty corner shot blocked by Mexico’s keeper Selma Flores Ladron de Guevara. Chile continued their offensive attack and earned a couple more penalty corners that were again was well defended by Mexico. In the 21st minute, Manuela Urroz scored to give Chile a two goal lead against Mexico. Five minutes later, Francisca Vidaurre made the score Chile 3, Mexico nill. In the 31st minute, Vidadurre scored again this time off a penalty corner to give Chile a four goal lead in the match. Chile kept up their attack and Daniela Caram made it Chile 5, Mexico nill. Mexico, however, did not let up and earned their first penalty corner of the match in the final minute of the first half. Mexico’s shot was blocked by Chile’s keeper Claudia Schuler and the score at halftime remained Chile 5, Mexico nill.
At the start of the second half, Chile quickly earned a penalty corner, but the shot went wide. Mexico did not let up and earned a penalty corner, but were unable to score off it. Chile went back on attack and Camila Caram’s hard shot gave Chile a six goal lead. Three minutes later Camila Caram scored off a penalty corner to make it Chile 7, Mexico nill. Mexico then substituted starting keeper Flores Ladron de Guevara with reserve Monserrat Inguanzo Garay. Mexico then had a shot that was blocked by Chile’s defense, and Chile went back on attack. Mexico had some opportunities down in their attacking end, but Chile prevented them from taking shots. In the 63th minute, Camilia Caram scored her third goal of the match off a beautiful lifted shot that went high into the goal. Mexico countered by running down on attack, but Chile quickly regained possession. In the 67th minute, Daniela Caram scored again, this time off a penalty corner, to make the score Chile 8, Mexico nill. With two minutes remaining, Mexico earned a couple penalty corners, but both were blocked by Chile’s defense. Thus, the final score was Chile 9, Mexico nill.