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

Spain beat England by 1-0 to win their maiden Women’s World Cup title at Stadium Australia on Sunday.

Spanish Captain Olga Carmona scored the only goal of the final match in the first half that proved to be the winner.

While England’s Mary Earps denied Spain the chance of doubling their lead with a stunning penalty save in the second half, it wasn’t to be for the Lionesses.

La Roja outplayed England to deservedly claim their first major title in only their third World Cup in front of 75,784 fans.

This was England’s second defeat in 39 matches since Sarina Wiegman took over as coach denying them the chance to add a maiden world title to the European Championship crown they won last year.

The latest feat makes Spain the only second nation in history to win both the Women’s and Men’s FIFA World Cup.





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