Monday, December 4, 2023

Spain makes history and is a semifinalist in the Women’s World Cup

The Spanish women’s soccer team has qualified this Friday for the semifinals of the World Cup that is being played in Australia and New Zealand after defeating the Netherlands 2-1 after a match that has needed an extension and decided by one goal by Salma Paralluelo.

Spain has signed a great first half in which they have had very good chances and have dominated their rival, but did not take the lead until minute 81 through a penalty scored by Mariona Caldentey.

However, that’s where the team led by Jorge Vilda got nervous, who couldn’t prevent the current world runner-up from equalizing in added time through Van der Gragt to take the match to extra time.

There, the Netherlands has forgiven two good chances and Salma Paralluelo, in an individual action, has given the historic victory to a team that is among the four best in the world and that will face the winner of Japan-Sweden.

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