Spain creates history & reaches Women’s FIFA World Cup finale for first time


The women’s football team of Spain created history and reached the finals of the Women’s FIFA World Cup for the first time.

According to media reports, Spain’s football team defeated Sweden by two goals to one in the first semi-final and qualified for the finals of the Women’s FIFA World Cup for the first time. They will face the winner of tomorrow’s second semi-final between hosts Australia or England in the final.

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The first semi-final of the FIFA World Cup was held in Auckland. Spain and Sweden attacked each other’s goalpost well in the first half but could not score. In the second half, the struggle between the players of both sides to get the ball into the net continued, the game accelerated in the last ten minutes of the game, in the 81st minute, Salma Paralluelo scored a goal to give Spain the lead, which was scored by Sweden’s Rebecca in the 88th minute. He scored a goal in the minute and equalized the match.

A minute later, Spain’s Carmona scored the team’s second goal, and the match ended with the same score. Spain has reached the final of the FIFA Women’s World Cup for the first time, where they will face hosts Australia or England on Sunday.