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Full time: Spain beat England 1-0 in thrilling World Cup final
FIFA Women's World Cup Final 2023

Full time: Spain beat England 1-0 in thrilling World Cup final

La Roja faced the Lionesses at Stadium Australia in Sydney this Sunday, 20 August

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Sunday, 20 August 2023, 11:56

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Some of the world’s best players faced off against each other as Spain and England meet in the final of the Women’s World Cup at the Stadium Australia in Sydney this Sunday, 20 August.

Neither side had reached this stage of the tournament previously.

Minute by minute...

)90th minute plus 15 minutes: Second half and match ends, Spain 1, England 0.

90th minute plus 8 minutes: Attempt blocked. Salma Paralluelo (Spain) left footed shot from the left side of the box. Assisted by Teresa Abelleira.

Attempt blocked. Aitana Bonmatí (Spain) left footed shot from outside the box is blocked. Assisted by Teresa Abelleira

90th minute: Attempt blocked. Alexia Putellas (Spain) header from very close range. Assisted by Teresa Abelleira with a cross into the box.

90th minute: Substitution for Spain. Alexia Putellas replaces Mariona Caldentey.

90th minute: Attempt blocked. Jenni Hermoso (Spain) left footed shot from the left side of the box. Assisted by Mariona Caldentey.

89th minute: Attempt blocked. Millie Bright (England) left footed shot from outside the box is blocked. Assisted by Lauren James with a headed pass.

87th minute: Substitution for England. Bethany England replaces Ella Toone.

74th minute: Missed attempt. Lucy Bronze (England) right footed shot from more than 30 yards.

73rd minute: Substitution for Spain. Ivana Andrés replaces Laia Codina due to injury.

72nd minute: Delay in play due to Laia Codina injury (Spain).

69th minute: Missed penalty! Jenni Hermoso (Spain) wasted an excellent chance to score, as the England 'keeper Mary Earps saved the shot.

66th minute: VAR decision: Penalty to Spain.

62nd minute: Missed attempt. Aitana Bonmatí (Spain) left-footed shot from outside the box just misses the crossbar.

60th minute: Substitution for Spain. Oihane Hernández comes onto the pitch, replacing Alba Redondo.

55th minute: Lauren Hemp (England) receives a yellow card for a dangerous foul.

54th minuute: Missed attempt. Lauren Hemp (England) left-footed shot from the middle of the box.

50th minute: Stopped shot. Mariona Caldentey (Spain) right-footed shot from outside the box.

Second half kicks off, with two substitutions for England. Chloe Kelly replaces Rachel Daly and Lauren James replaces Alessia Russo.

45th minute (plus 2 minutes): First half ends, Spain 1, England 0.

37th minute: Irene Paredes (Spain) left-footed shot from the right side of the box goes wide following a set piece move.

29th minute: Goal! Spain 1, England 0. Olga Carmona (Spain) left-footed shot from the left side of the box.

16th minute: Lauren Hemp (England) hits the bar with a left-footed shot from the centre of the box.

The FIFA Women's World Cup final match between Spain and England kicks off on time

To reach the final, Spain beat Sweden 2-1 in a dramatic semi-final clash where all three goals were scored in the final ten minutes of regulation time.

England, meanwhile, saw off co-hosts Australia 3-1 in an enthralling contest in Sydney. History beckons, with both nations aiming to claim a maiden Women's World Cup title.

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