Spain insisted on a dramatic 2-1 victory against Sweden in Auckland on Tuesday and secured a place in the first final of the Women’s World Cup. Spain reach first-ever world cup final with dramatic win.
In the last few minutes of her busy schedule, when the teenager Salma Paralero had a great opening for Spain in the 81st minute, she thought she put the game to bed.
However, Sweden’s successor, Rebecka Blomqvist, found the equaliser in a wonderful final in 88th place.
However, Captain Olga Carmona immediately advanced Spain, so the celebration did not last long – and this time forever.
In Sunday’s final, Spain will play against the Australian co-driver and the Euro 2022 England winner who will play on Wednesday.
The loser will play against Sweden in 3rd place in the Saturday game.