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Wednesday, October 5, 2022

Spain beat Australia 3-0 and will play Mexico in the quarter-finals of the Women’s Under-20 World Cup.

Spain will play Mexico in the quarter-finals of the Women’s Under-20 World Cup in Contra Rica, beating Australia 3-0 on Tuesday to top Group A thanks to a hat-trick by Inma Gabarro.

The Sevilla striker scored three goals against Australia in the 19th, 24th and 61st minutes at the Alejandro Morera Stadium in Alajuela, northwest of the Costa Rican capital.

After the victory, Spain finished first with 7 points, as did Brazil, but with a +1 goal difference in favor of the Iberians. They are followed by Australia with 3 units and Costa Rica with zero.

Spain, currently ranked second in the world, will play in the quarter-finals on the 20th against Mexico, who finished second in Group B, beating Germany 1-0. The fight will take place at the National Stadium in San Jose.

For their part, Brazil will meet at the same stage and on the same day with Colombia, which finished first in Group A.

In their victory over Australia, Gabarro soon put the ball into the center, scoring a goal from a center forward, completing a cross from the right under the sticks.

Soon the same story. The Sevilla player caught the ball and sent it into the net. In the third, Gabarro took advantage of a series of failures in the box to break through the net.

Spain once again showed great performance in all their lines, with touchdowns and combinations on the lookout, with Julia Bartel and Ariadna Mingeza at the helm and Gabarro’s shot, who scored four goals in two matches.

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