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Ary Borges Becomes Youngest Brazilian To Score Women's World Cup Hat-Trick

The 23-year-old Ary Borges became the fourth and youngest Brazilian to score a hat-trick in the FIFA Women’s World Cup history. The 2007 runners-up Brazil started the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 with a 4-0 win.

Sandipan Ghosh
Last updated: 24.07.2023
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The 2007 runners-up Brazil started the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 with a 4-0 win against the tournament debutant Panama. The 23-year-old Ary Borges became the fourth and youngest Brazilian to score a hat-trick in the FIFA Women’s World Cup history.

It was Borges’ first match in the FIFA Women’s World Cup, where she shined with a hat-trick by scoring goals in 19’, 39’ and 70 minutes, respectively. Bia Zaneratto scored the other goal of the match in the 48th minute.

Borges became the first player to record a hat-trick in the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023.

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Fourth Brazilian to record a hat-trick in the FIFA Women’s World Cup history.

  • At the age of 23 years and 208 days, Borges became the youngest Brazilian to score a hat-trick in the FIFA Women’s World Cup history.


Brazilians with hat-tricks in the FIFA Women’s World Cup


Player

(Number of goals)

Final scoreline

Opposition

Stage (Year)

Sissi (3)

7-1

Mexico

Group (1999)

Pretinha (3)

7-1

Mexico

Group (1999)

Cristiane (3)

3-0

Jamaica

Group (2019)

Ary Borges (3)

4-0

Panama

Group (2023)

 

Fifth player to score a hat-trick on FIFA Women’s World Cup debut.


Hat-trick on FIFA Women’s World Cup debut


Player (Team)

Opposition

Stage (Year)

Carolina Morace (Italy)

Chinese Taipei

Group (1991)

Kristin Sandberg (Norway)

Nigeria

Group (1995)

Mio Otani (Japan)

Argentina

Group (2003)

Gaëlle Enganamouit (Cameroon)

Ecuador

Group (2015)

Ary Borges (Brazil)

Panama

Group (2023)

 

FIFA Women’s World Cup: Brazil secured their joint third-biggest victory margin

The 4-0 win against Panama was the joint third biggest victory margin for Brazil Women in their FIFA Women’s World Cup history.

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