South American women’s soccer improving but some way to go


              Argentina national women's soccer team player Marina Delgado controls the ball during a training session at the Argentina Football Association, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Thursdays, June 16, 2022. Argentina will play the Copa America from July 8 to 30 in Colombia and will be part of Group B together with Brasil, Perú, Venezuela and Uruguay. (AP Photo/Gustavo Garello)
            
              Argentina national women's soccer team player Florencia Bonsegundo plays the ball during a training session at the Argentina Football Association, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Thursdays, June 16, 2022. Argentina will play the Copa America from July 8 to 30 in Colombia and will be part of Group B together with Brasil, Perú, Venezuela and Uruguay. (AP Photo/Gustavo Garello)
            
              Argentina´s national women´s soccer team players sit on the bench during a training session at the Argentina Football Association, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Thursdays, June 16, 2022. Argentina will play the Copa America from July 8 to 30 in Colombia and will be part of Group B together with Brasil, Perú, Venezuela and Uruguay. (AP Photo/Gustavo Garello)
            
              Argentina women´s national soccer team players Marina Delgado, right, points at Julieta Cruz during a training session at the Argentina Football Association, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Thursdays, June 16, 2022. Argentina will play the Copa America from July 8 to 30 in Colombia and will be part of Group B together with Brasil, Perú, Venezuela and Uruguay. (AP Photo/Gustavo Garello)
South American women’s soccer improving but some way to go