The Venezuelan queen and striker, Deyna Castellanos, dressed again in red wine after a cycle and commands the training sessions of the women's national team during her stay in Bilbao, Spain.
Castellanos joined the concentration last Sunday, along with 16 players out of 21 in the call, and adds two days of work preparing what will be the start this Thursday of the Basque Country International Women's Cup whose competition begins tomorrow on Basque soil.
Yesterday, the second day of the module, started for the Creoles with a session of the day with circuit exercises at the Fadura High Performance Center and then they went to the field where they followed the instructions for offensive and defensive exercises given by the strategist Pamela Conti.
On the other hand, casualties continue to increase in the call. After the fall of Petra Cabrera, Natasha Rosas and Gabriela García, they were joined yesterday by the Santiago Morning mixed midfielder, Paola Villamizar.
As reported by the journalist Franjolys Borges, the midfielder will not be able to attend the concentration in Spain due to "the restrictions between Chile and European countries that there is the covid-19 pandemic."