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Spain beat England with a goal by Olga Carmona that will go down in history

Spain beat England to win the Women’s World Cup final

The Spanish women’s soccer team made history at the Olympic Stadium in Sydney, where they won the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. It was his first major title at the absolute level, for which he beat England, a rival who was in excellent shape and whom he met again a year later.

Spain gave a happy ending to its history in Oceania. After writing the best pages in New Zealand, he added the finishing touches in Australia, confirming with great success the growth of national football in recent years, already reflected at the lower tiers and at club level at Barcelona FC, who still had to reach it with the absolute.

The team led by Jorge Vilda smashed down doors at the World Championship. He had never won a knockout game, had never progressed past the quarterfinals of a major tournament, and had never played in a final. All that is already over with the fulfillment of the dream of embroidering the star onto his shirt, the ultimate challenge for which he beat the reigning European champions and the rival who crossed his path last summer.

England were one of the big favorites for the title and will be fighting for it without losing a single game and with a defensive solidity in football that is perhaps less brilliant than that offered in ‘their’ European Cup. They won their first title at home, an experience that could give them a slight advantage over a Spanish side that certainly has players who already know what it takes to win the title of champion or titles in lower categories. In fact, if she wins, she will become the current Absolute, U20, and U17 World Champions, which is unprecedented in the world of women’s football.

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