Spain paint the town red

On August 20th, in Sydney
Spain’s soccer team, La Roja, overcame the strong effort of the English team to win their first big championship title. Despite facing many problems and disagreements in the months leading up to the game, they managed to come together and win with a score of 1-0 in a tough final match of the Women’s World Cup. Captain Olga Carmona scored the only goal in the first half. Spain won the game’s biggest prize at only the third try. They had lost some of their best players because of a mutiny against coach Jorge Vilda a few months ago.
Aitana Bonmati and Teresa Abelleira controlled the game from the middle of the field for Spain, and they would have won by a larger margin if the England goalkeeper, Mary Earps, didn’t save a penalty in the second half.
“It’s really hard to believe,” said Bonmati, who plays in the midfield and was chosen as the best player of the competition. I am speechless and shocked. What we have achieved is impressive, we have learned how to endure and have fun. We are the winners, we have the small star. This is what every soccer player dreams about. I am completely satisfied and don’t want anything else.
Vilda is the second male coach since 2000 to win important women’s tournaments like the World Cup, the Olympics, and the Euros. England lost their second match out of 39 since Sarina Wiegman became coach. This loss prevented them from winning their first-ever world title, in addition to the European Championship they won last year. Reuters is a news agency that provides information and reports on various topics from around the world.

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