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Spain Victory Women’s World Cup for the First Time History, Properly Whopping England in Sydney

Editor: Murtuj Khadri           

As fireworks lit up the night sky and a wave of golden ribbons rained down on the winners at the trophy presentation, thoughts turned to the Spanish players who had lost their chance at the sport’s top prize due to a dispute between the players and the coach who staff and the National Football

Division and uncertainty

  1. Spain won the World Cup without some of their best players, talents who are the best in the world at their jobs. 
  2.  In the three previous World Cups, Spain never got past the round of 16. Sure, tremendous progress has been made, the country is currently the best in the world, but the future, particularly for these exiled players, is as unclear as it is bright.

The Best Team Wins

It was the final between the top two teams in the tournament, a fascinating and entertaining game. 

  1.  As expected, Spain took control – with over 50% possession in the first half – and La Roja’s technical superiority allowed them to maneuver the ball around the field with finesse, slinging the ball through the Lionesses’ heels.  
  2.  Salma Paralluelo, a 19-year-old came on as a substitute and played a key role in the semi-final win over Sweden, started the game and justified her choice as proving she was still an attacking threat.  
  3.  It was 15 minutes before the game got going when Lauren Hemp curled a shot from outside the box into the bar. 
  4.  Almost immediately afterwards, a superb save from England goalkeeper Mary Earps stopped Alba Redondo’s shot, but the Spaniard should have done better from close range. 
  5.  The first goal came in the 29th minute. Carmona shot poorly in the corner after playing Spain’s left flank well. Lucy Bronze’s attack from the field left a gap in the English defence, which Spain capitalized on. 
  6.  Irene Paredes should have doubled Spain’s lead when Paralluelo’s first shot hit the post just before the break. 
  7.  Spain continued to lead and dominated after the break. Victory seemed sealed in the 68th minute when Jennifer Hermoso converted the penalty after Keira Walsh was cautioned for a hand ball.But a fantastic save by Earps, who dived deep left to stop Hermoso’s attempt, kept England in the game. 
  8.  support, England had their best season of the game. Substitute Lauren James forced the entry of Spain’s Cata Coll, but despite all their energy England were unable to penetrate La Roja’s defense and ended up victorious, finishing the game stronger. 
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