Women’s football has not been able to enjoy the great Betis-Sevilla derby this year. The maximum rivalry duel could not be disputed by the strike (first leg) and the coronavirus health crisis (return). However, and in the absence of the big party on the pitch of this match, both teams have experienced a healthy derby of talents this year, with her young pearls Rosita Márquez and Olga Carmona. Betica and Sevilla player have been two of the great sensations of the season in the First Iberdrola, going from being promises to reality in this category. The two players, eternal rivals and companions in the categories of the Spanish team, They represent the future of two youth teams that have made a strong commitment to women’s football in recent years.From a Baetic family, Rosita Márquez was destined to wear the white-green elastic, which has been worn since the age of eleven. It was at this age that Mairena del Aljarafe’s career began as a Betica player. “The first call I received when I was 11 years old and it was while I was on vacation on the beach in El Palmar. Soccer was a hobby for me and I told him to my father, who is very betic, that I could go and try but I didn’t think I was leaving since I was comfortable in my team where I had my friends. But once you put on the Betis shirt … It is something else and I stayed, “he recounted a few days ago. Carmona and Rosita Márquez, European Under-19 championsThe Betis midfielder is pure talent in the engine room. His quality with the ball at his feet has gradually made him a benchmark for the Verdiblanco first team, where he debuted in 2015. Rosita Márquez, who is a recognized admirer of Andrés Iniesta, has in her boots the perfect mix of intelligence, speed, dribbling and definition. With the ’17’ on her back, Rosita has managed to earn even the call of the National Team, with which she was called up last year at just 18 years old. A fact that came after proclaim champion of Europe U-19, competition in which she was chosen as one of the members of the ideal eleven along with the aforementioned Olga Carmona. Both players, who are united by great friendship, have had an even growth in the lower categories of the National Team.Carmona, who debuted in the First Division in 2017 at the age of 17, has become one of the pillars of Sevilla’s first team. The Sevillian midfielder has experienced a great leap in level in recent years, coinciding with the title at the European Under-18 Championship, in which he shone with goals of great importance. With a lot of quality in his boots, Carmona is the second footballer of Seville with the most minutes this season, a fact that makes her one of the young women with the most filming in the First Iberdrola. The Spanish soccer player, who has soccer in her veins, with two brothers who are also soccer players, has become a benchmark for future generations.Both Carmona and Rosita Márquez They were called to be two of the stars of the Sub-20 in the World Cup in Panama and Costa Rica set for this summer. The coronavirus has postponed the World Cup, an opportunity in the air for two soccer players with an innate talent. It has not yet been decided if the players who had qualified for this World Cup will play this World Cup. Among the names of these footballers is Carmona and Rosita Márquez, who hope to continue to succeed in appointments of this level. For now, they are already stars of their respective teams. Both are pure art born from the depths of Seville football.