It hadn’t had an impact on the game but Silvia Navarro was there for Malaga’s last shot, the shot that, if entered, gave the title to the locals; The Valencian rejected it, the rebound went to the hands of a teammate and it was over: 29-25, for a total of 46-46, which is decided in favor of the Canary Islands for that of double the value of the away goals in case of a tie (21-17 in Telde).

In three weeks three women’s titles have been distributed among as many teams: the Queen’s Cup for Malaga, the League for Bera Bera, and the EHF European Cup for Rocasa; At the start of the season, Elche won the Super Cup. Nobody repeats what it means that the year has been balanced and competitive.

Other details: it was played at the Martín Carpena in Málaga, and 7,200 spectators entered, a female record in Spain that had never exceeded 5,000. That is to say, Málaga prepared the second leg with care, pulled their fans, had a tremendous response, and a detail leaves him without a title, the one he defended after winning it the previous year,

The match was tense and full of nerves, but each team got the better of them at different times. From the outset, the Rocasa ran aground, which He found a way to control the Brazilian Medeiros: every time his defense tilted, the winger punished as the first local option. 11 goals without fail, but in the last quarter, exhausted, she missed three goals in a row.

With Madeiros as a stiletto, Málaga escaped, scoring six goals, and went into the break with 16-11 and the feeling of superiority. But when they came back Maria Gómes and Sanya Mbanye, who forced Malaga to send a misxa about her. Ten minutes from the end 22-21 and it seemed that Malaga was sinking.

Now Silvia Arderíus made two decisions: either she or the pivot; and she was. So many from the Madrilenian or assists to Campligi to place himself in the decisive income, and he had the 5 goal difference before Alba Spugnini grabbed an impossible ball and made it 29-25, because with nine seconds the local fast action was rejected by Silvia (43 years old), to get excited as a youth in this third continental title that she achieves with Rocasa, the three that the club has won, and with her partner Mizuke Oshoe making history for her country: the first Japanese to be crowned in Europe.

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