Colombia’s key defender Joreline Caraballi, 26, who helped the team reach the quarterfinals of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, lost her younger brother in a shooting, the Associated Press reported on Friday .According to police in Cali, Colombia, Caraballi’s younger brother was killed in the shooting at a nightclub in the city in the early hours of Thursday, local time. The younger brother, who was three years younger than Caraballi, was working as a deejay at the club .A central defender, Caraballi had played well at the Women’s World Cup, helping Colombia reach the quarterfinals, their highest-ever finish. 카지노사이트킹 She started all five matches, from the first group game against South Korea (2-0 Colombia) to the quarterfinal against England (1-2 Colombia), and played the full game in four of them .In the second leg against Germany (2-1 Colombia), which was a watershed moment in the round of 16, she assisted on Linda Caseido’s goal in the seventh minute .Caraballi played a key role in the team’s best-ever finish, but the loss of her family left her without a smile on her face. The Colombian soccer federation has decided to hold a large ceremony to welcome the women’s team home on Friday as planned.”Caraballi thanked her teammates for their support in the wake of her brother’s death,” said the Colombian soccer federation, which did not say if she would attend the welcome ceremony.
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