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Brazilian Debinha gets her second National Women’s Soccer League Challenge Cup MVP honors

Brazilian Debinha gets her second National Women’s Soccer League Challenge Cup MVP honors.

Debinha of Brazil won the NWSL Challenge Cup MVP award for the second consecutive year on Tuesday after helping the North Carolina Courage to their first championship in the standalone event.

The midfielder scored five goals during the competition and assisted in the 2-1 victory against the Washington Spirit on Saturday.

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Ashley Hatch and Ashley Sanchez of the Spirit finished second and third in MVP voting.

Kerolin, a Brazilian national team player, was previously voted Player of the Final, an encouraging indicator ahead of the women’s World Cup qualifiers this summer.

Brazil’s two most recent friendly saw them battle to a 1-1 draw with Spain and defeat Hungary 3-1 last month.