England will play Spain in their first Women’s World Cup final. Sarina Wiegman and her players are hoping to bring the game’s biggest prize home to England from Sydney. This is the first time that either the England men’s or women’s team has reached a football World Cup final since 1966. The whole nation is expected to come to a halt to watch this historic occasion.
Full Time 1 – 0 to Spain
13 Minutes of Extra time, a couple of corners in the last minute.
Yellow card to SALMA PARALLUELO (78′)
Hand Ball Penalty Decision given to Spain. Penalty saved by Lioness goalkeeper Mary Earps, got to claim her award for winning the Golden Glove.
Spain makes substitution.
Yellow Card handed to L. HEMP
Game Resumes for Second Half
Half Time Spain 1 – England 0
Goal by OLGA CARMONA (29′)
Here we go. For the final time.
England’s fans belting out the national anthem with pride inside Stadium Australia. The decibel levels go up another few notches as the person on the public address system asks fans: “How loud can you be? Let’s make Stadium Australia the loudest place on earth.”
Sarina Wiegman’s England side are just one game away from glory after beating tournament co-hosts Australia 3-1 to set up a clash with Spain in the final.
In April England’s Lionesses win the first ever women’s Finalissima