Boca Juniors' Yamila Rodriguez, center, celebrates with teammates after scoring in the Superliga women's soccer tournament in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on Saturday, March 9, 2019. The women competed in one of Argentina's most famous stadiums on Saturday, a milestone for the female players who are fighting for the same rights as male soccer players in the country's most popular sport.
Boca Juniors' Yamila Rodriguez, center, celebrates with teammates after scoring in the Superliga women's soccer tournament in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on Saturday, March 9, 2019. The women competed in one of Argentina's most famous stadiums on Saturday, a milestone for the female players who are fighting for the same rights as male soccer players in the country's most popular sport. Natacha Pisarenko AP Photo
Boca Juniors' Yamila Rodriguez, center, celebrates with teammates after scoring in the Superliga women's soccer tournament in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on Saturday, March 9, 2019. The women competed in one of Argentina's most famous stadiums on Saturday, a milestone for the female players who are fighting for the same rights as male soccer players in the country's most popular sport. Natacha Pisarenko AP Photo