‘Unstoppable’ Spain reigns supreme in women’s soccer.
Spain won its first ever Women’s World Cup title with a 1-0 victory over England in the final of the 온라인카지노 FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia-New Zealand 2023 at Stadium Australia in Sydney, Australia, on Tuesday (June 20).
Spain opened the scoring through Carmona in the first half and then held England at bay with solid defense. In front of a staggering 75,784 fans, they stood tall as the world’s best.
The Golden Ball was won by Spain’s Bonmati. Farahuelo celebrated by winning the Young Player of the Match award.
England started with Epps in goal, followed by Greenwood, Bright, Carter, Daly, Toon, Walsh, Stanway, Bronze, Hemp and Russo.
Spain started with Batier-Paredes-Cordina-Carmona-Abeleyra-Bonmati-Hermoso-Redondo-Faralluelo-Caldentei in goal.
England took the early initiative. Spain struggled under England’s intense forward pressure and conceded a crucial goal in the 16th minute to Hemp. It hit the post, giving Spain some breathing room.
A minute later, Spain hit back immediately. A precise passing combination from the back led to Redondo’s shot. Epps made a great save to keep it out of the net. From this point on, Spain began to put England under intense pressure.
After pounding away at the England goal, Spain finally took the lead in the 29th minute when Carmona fired home a pass from Gallentei. Faralluelo hit the post in first-half stoppage time.
England brought on James and Kelly at the start of the second half to try and turn things around, but Spain held firm. In fact, they won a penalty in the 70th minute that sent England’s hearts racing. Of course, Hermoso missed, and there was no extra point.
Time was on Spain’s side. A whopping 13 minutes of extra time were awarded, but the tide of the game was not about to change. In the end, Spain beat England to claim their first title.