Argentine triumph in Levico. River Plate wins the Pulcino d’Oro tournament

Argentine triumph in Levico. River Plate wins the Pulcino d’Oro tournament
Argentine triumph in Levico. River Plate wins the Pulcino d’Oro tournament

River Plate repeats itself and wins the Pulcino d’Oro International Trophy for the second consecutive year. The ninth edition of the football tournament dedicated to the young champions of tomorrow, who battled to win the title on the pitches of Levico Terme, is therefore Argentinian. After the victory obtained twelve months ago, the boys from Buenos Aires were able to impose themselves again this year by defeating Atalanta in the last decisive match. Internationality reigns supreme at the Pulcino d’Oro, a sign of an event capable of embracing more and more different worlds with radically opposing realities and cultures. On the final day, eight teams remained to compete for the coveted trophy, emerging from the scoreboard that was outlined in the previous days: in addition to the winners of River Plate, in fact, there were also the teams of Juventus, Milan, Roma and, precisely, Atalanta defending the Italian colours, as well as the Spanish Atletico Madrid, the Portuguese Benfica and the English Leeds United. A combination that generated great entertainment in the various ‘arenas’ built ad hoc in the Levico Terme stadium where, in the stands, a day of great celebration took place, with a multitude of colours. The same thing also applied to the girls involved in the Pulcino d’Oro Girls, where the Inter players prevailed, also making their second consecutive success. Inclusivity, respect and sportsmanship reigned supreme and brought joy and satisfaction to everyone, from the participants to the organizers. There was no better way to close a ninth edition with great emotions and already think about what will be, with the double digits starting to get closer and closer.

 
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