Ona Batlle gives an unprecedented Spanish touch to the Manchester derby

Ona Batlle gives an unprecedented Spanish touch to the Manchester derby

Good Batlle (Vilassar de Mar, Barcelona, ​​21 years old) is one of the pearls that Spanish football has exported abroad in recent years, specifically to the English League. The Catalan footballer is leaving very good feelings in her time in England, where tomorrow (20:00) will make history by being the first Spanish to play a Manchester derby. Batlle aims to start with United in search of a decisive victory that will allow them to endure the pulse of Chelsea (1st) for the lead.

The winger arrived at Manchester United last summer after finishing his contract at Levante, in which he signed two successful seasons for gain a foothold in the National Team and become one of the great talents of the country. After having also passed through Barça, the team in which she was formed, and Madrid CFF, the Catalan footballer has continued to shine on British soil.

Her early stages in the FA Women’s Super League, the Women’s First Division in England, have turned out to be a success. Batlle is one of the rising stars of the English League, in which he has played with great performance on the green a total of eleven games. The Catalan side has also participated with the ‘red devils’ in the WSL CUP, in which she has played two games.

Added to the good feelings and achievements of Ona Batlle in England is her consolidation in the Spanish National Team. After passing through all the lower categories, Barça’s youth squad has been making its way to La Roja, in which it has already added six international matches. The full-back has entered Jorge Vilda’s last list for the 2022 Eurocup qualifying matches against Azerbaijan and Poland in the FIFA break that starts next Monday.

Speed ​​and delivery stand out among Ona Battle’s many skills on the field. What’s more, her versatility on both bands makes her an indispensable player for both her club and the national team. Despite her young age, the defender has ample experience in big events, to which she will add this Friday the great Manchester derby.

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