Rio 2016: Calcio donne, la Svezia batte il Sudafrica

Linda Sembrant (R) of Sweden in action against Sanah Mollo of South Africa during the women's first round match between Sweden and South Africa of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games Soccer tournament at the Olympic Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 03 August 2016. EPA/YOAN VALAT
Linda Sembrant (R) of Sweden in action against Sanah Mollo of South Africa  during the women's first round match between Sweden and South Africa of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games Soccer tournament at the Olympic Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 03 August 2016.  EPA/YOAN VALAT
Linda Sembrant (R) of Sweden in action against Sanah Mollo of South Africa during the women’s first round match between Sweden and South Africa of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games Soccer tournament at the Olympic Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 03 August 2016. EPA/YOAN VALAT

RIO DE JANEIRO. – La Svezia ha battuto per 1-0 il Sudafrica nella prima gara in assoluto delle Olimpiadi di Rio. Il match era valido per il gruppo E del torneo femminile di calcio.

Domani scatterà anche il torneo maschile con l’atteso debutto del Brasile di Neymar in campo contro il Sudafrica.